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September 13 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Mesa, Black Label Society, Cafe ZuZu, and Bomb Threats

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce's Pal Franklin Bruce Ross, Logan Pearce, and Others Sign for Wannabe Pearce Foe Olivia Cortes

Jackalope Ranch: Main Street, Mesa (c. 1908)

Rosson House: Take a Step into Phoenix History

Up on the Sun: Weezer, Black Label Society, Keith Urban, and More Cancel Phoenix Dates

Black One on Sampling Artists, Kanye West, And What Tucson Could Learn From Phoenix

Chow Bella: Chocolate Covered Strawberry Shot Glasses. That's Right. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Shot Glasses.

Cafe ZuZu to Host Monday Night Chef's Table Featuring Wines from Viña Errazuriz

Valley Fever: Mary Purcell Called in Bomb Threat to Keep Family From Flying on Eve of 9/11 Anniversary

Facebook Status Leads to Arrest of Fugitive Matthew Ledbetter

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