Sept. 20 In Blogs: John McCain, Radio Phoenix, Fall Frenzy, Oktoberfest, and Tasers

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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: John McCain's Shame: Blocking the Dream Act

Joe Arpaio and Nativist Nutbars Terrorize Elementary School

Jackalope Ranch: Robert Black Hosts Vintage Fashion at the Heard Museum

Radio Phoenix Summer's End Pool Party: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Up on the Sun: Fall Frenzy in Photos

Fall Frenzy, Radio Phoenix's Pool Party, Brazilian Day at Club 910 Live, and The Final Tranzylvania Over the Weekend

Chow Bella: Oktoberfest in Phoenix -- Mark Your Calendar

It's Restaurant Week. Do You Know Where You're Eating?

Valley Fever: Candidate for Maricopa County Attorney Says He Wouldn't Prosecute Potheads or Prostitutes; Conservative Morality Cops Gotta Love This Guy

Drunk Woman Goes Berserk On Cops and Hospital Staff Because She Didn't Want to Turn Down Stereo; Zapped Twice With Taser Before Punching Nurse in Face

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