July 20 In Blogs: God, Ryan Avery, Kesha, Trader Vic's, and the Arizona Diamondbacks

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​​In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs.

Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: God Files SB 1070 Motion Via His "Messenger" Mariette Do-Nguyen

Jackalope Ranch: Ryan Avery, What Are You Wearing?

Life of Hollywood Regency Co-Owner Heidi Owens (1953-2010) Celebrated Over the Weekend

Up on the Sun: Kesha Comes to Marquee Theatre; Talks Roadkill, Glitter and 'SNL'

Jay Bennett Talks Nothing Not New on KJZZ

Chow Bella: Pickled Perfection in Just Three Days: Locally Made

Trader Vic's: Happy Hour Report Card

Valley Fever: Elderly Michigan Woman Receives Package Full of Weed -- Of Course it Came from Arizona

Arizona Diamondbacks Hope to Lure Fans to Chase Field With Singles Night This Friday (Yes, Tequila Will Be Present)

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