August 31 In Blogs: Linda Bentley, Al Page, North Dakota, Cowboy Ciao, and Peggy Neely

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce's Fave "Reporter" Linda Bentley's Continued Smear of Benita Lantigua

Jackalope Ranch: Al Page's Hip Hop and Indie Rock Thriftiness

Cycle: Joe Berman's Tips for Beating the Heat During Summertime Rides

Up on the Sun: Club Candids: Cue Bar's Sweet Sixteen

North Dakota, Chad Krystals, and Twingiant

Chow Bella: Oatmeal Throw Down: Burger King vs. McDonald's

Cowboy Ciao's Marianne Belardi Says Goodbye After Fifteen Years

Valley Fever: Joe Arpaio on Technology: "I'm the First One Who Put [www.MCSO.org] on All Our Patrol Cars. We Have High-Tech"

Councilman Claude Mattox and former Councilwoman Peggy Neely Barely Got More Votes Than Unknown Tea Party Candidate

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