July 8 In Blogs: Bragg's Pie Factory, Templar, Arizona, Weird Al, Cafe Zuzu, and Lil Wayne

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Today's entries

Feathered Bastard: Anti-SB 1070 Art Show at Bragg's Pie Factory

Jackalope Ranch: Book Week: Templar, Arizona: Trouble Every Day by Spike

Dick Van Dyke to Host Saturday Night Live?

Up on the Sun: Weird Al Yankovic Coming to Celebrity Theatre

Steel Train Rocks Rhythm Room

Chow Bella: Jim Schindel at Cafe Zuzu

Free Happy Hour Bar Snacks and New Mid Day Menu at St. Francis

Valley Fever: Lil Wayne Apparently A Lot Funnier Now That He's in Jail and Off that "Purple Drank"

Tell Arizona Diamondbacks President/CEO Derrick Hall How Pissed You Are During a Live Chat at 2 p.m. Today

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