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October 19 In Blogs: Arpaio, Dave Longstreth, Mamma Mia, and Don Stapley

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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:
Joe Arpaio's Racist Rampage, and ICE Honcho John Morton's Hypocrisy

Up on the Sun:
International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Fest, Howl at the Moon, Tiki Lounge Party and Uncorked and Unplugged Over the Weekend

Q&A: Dave Longstreth of Dirty Projectors sure does like Wikipedia

Chow Bella:
Prado's Pavle Milic Leaving to Start His Own Restaurant

"Fat Bitch Sub" at Mamma Mia

Valley Fever:
Stapley Resisted Handcuffing (Mildly), Say Deputies; Reports Don't Back Up Chief Deputy's Claim of Attempted Interference

Mormon Church Uses TV Drag Queen in New Arizona Promotional Ad

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