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Dec. 7 In Blogs: Andrew Thomas, Phoenix Fringe Festival, Daft Punk, Cafe Boa, and Suicide

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Andrew Thomas' "Reckless, Four-Year Campaign of Corruption and Power Abuse"

Jackalope Ranch: Phoenix Fringe Festival Looking for Freaky, er, Eccentric Applicants

Phoenix Delays Parking Fees For Valley Parks and Hiking Spots

Up on the Sun: Daft Punk: Tron Legacy (Original Soundtrack)

'In Darkness and In Light' Ticket Announcement from The Maine

Chow Bella: Cafe Boa Serves Reindeer Tasting Menu for the Holidays

Brewed For Battle: Robust Porters

Valley Fever: (VIDEO) Ladies and Gentlemen: A Cat Jumping From a 30-Foot-Tall Utility Pole

Three Suicides in Peoria in 24 Hours Prompts Police to Remind Residents Not to Kill Themselves

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