Nov. 16 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, ASU, My Chemical Romance, Chris Bianco, and the Zachary Marco Murder

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce, and Neo-Nazi Arizona on Video Blast

Joe Arpaio's Latest Lame Raid, Documented by Carlos Galindo

Jackalope Ranch: Dojo Collective and CO+HOOTS Host Collaborative Events for Local Designers

ASU Redefines "Museum" Starting Tonight

Up on the Sun: My Chemical Romance Re-Boycotting Arizona? WTF?

Stereolab: Not Music

Chow Bella: New Tex-Mex Footlong Quarter Pound Coney from Sonic: Football Meets the Footlong

Chris Bianco Brings Chef Claudio Urciuoli on Board

Valley Fever: Zachary Marco Murder: Two Suspects in Custody. Dad to Alleged Accomplice: "Deal's Off the Table"

Tempe Man Shows 12-Year-Old Girl Porn Movie Titled "Like Cousins." Mother of Victim Doesn't Seem to Mind

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