Nov. 4 In Blogs: Karl Rove, CityScape, Best Coast, Hemp Drink, and Strip Poker

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Karl Rove To Be "Arrested" November 9 in Phoenix: Couldn't Happen To a Nicer Guy

Jan Brewer on Blast at United Nations Periodic Review, by Arizona ACLU and Sal Reza

Jackalope Ranch: CityScape: A Semi-Guided Tour of the City's New Jungle

The Coconut Lime Mojito at PrimeBar

Up on the Sun:Best Coast, Bad Religion, Exposé, and More in This Week's Issue

Smashboxx Holds Its Launch Party Tonight

Chow Bella: Hemp Drink: This Stuff is Gooooooood

Pie Social: No Need for Humble Pie

Valley Fever: Former Jehovah's Witness Preacher Arrested for Playing Strip Poker With 14-Year-Old Boy -- Get All the Grody Details Right Here

Woman Puts Glue on Fingertips to Avoid Being Identified by Border Agents

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