Sept. 7 In Blogs: Marcia Powell, Adult Swim, Chromeo, Thai Elephant, and the Mesa Acid Attack

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Marcia Powell Cage Death: County Attorney Releases ADC PowerPoint, Internal ADC Investigation Not Reviewed by CA

Could Marcia Powell Happen Again? Prisoner Kept in Tucson Cage Overnight, Warden Sanctioned

Jackalope Ranch: Adult Swim's Labor Day Massive: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

Venue of Scottsdale Gets "Creative" with Name Change and Interior Decoration

Up on the Sun: Album Stream: Chromeo, Blonde Redhead, The Walkmen, Of Montreal

!!!, Titus Andronicus, First Friday, Adult Swim, You Hang Up, and Screaming Females Over the Weekend

Chow Bella: Thai Elephant: Happy Hour Report Card

Now Open: Five Guys at CityScape

Valley Fever: Spokesman for Rodney Glassman Says Dem Senate Candidate Supports Making Bush-Era Tax Cuts for Middle Class Permanent

Suspect Sketch Released in Mesa Acid Attack; Cops Still Looking for Female Attacker

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