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Dec. 15th In Blogs: Sean Gaines, Hollywood Regency, Henry Rollins, Cookies, and Camelback Corridor

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Sean Gaines Gets 25 Years in Skinhead Slaying, While Patrick Bearup Remains on Death Row

Jackalope Ranch: Hollywood Regency, Now Called Antique Sugar, Saved From Closure

Cycle: Phoenix's Trails for Every Rider

Up on the Sun: Club Candids: No Headphones Required! at 910 Live

Henry Rollins Reveals He Produced an Album For Killer Charles Manson

Chow Bella: Tomato Soup Spice Cupcakes

Cookie Showdown: Adulterated Mother-in-Law Macaroons

Valley Fever: Man With Extremely Stupid Face Tattoos Sought Following Officer Involved Shooting

Camelback Corridor: Phoenix City Council Deciding Whether To Strip Building Restrictions From 44th Street & Camelback Road Project

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