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Jan. 7 In Blogs: First Friday, Soulja Boy, Peter DeRuvo, and Gremlin

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Today's entries:

Jackalope Ranch: Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend

Brent Bond, Joe Jankovsky, Lawrence McLaughlin, Moderncat and More at Tonight's First Friday

Up on the Sun: 'Whip My Hair' Songwriter Lashes Back at Soulja Boy With Diss Track

DJ Blonde NOize Talks Das Bunker, Sadisco, Receiver, IDM, and More

Chow Bella: Brit Grit and Pub Grub: Dinner and a Movie

Peter DeRuvo Hired as Chef at Prado

Valley Fever: Claudia Washburn, Mother of Prison Escapee John McCluskey, Gets Prison Time for Aiding Son's Escape

Suspect Who Goes by Name "Gremlin" Sought in Eloy Bar Stabbing

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