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September 14 In Blogs: Andrew Thomas, Vancouver's Decentralized Dance Party, Pickster One, Chicken Curry, and Michele Bachmann

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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: Andrew Thomas' Rachel Alexander: "Incompetent" Bankruptcy Lawyer with a $128K Price Tag, and Counting

Jackalope Ranch: Missoni Fabric for Sale at Vintage by Misty

Vancouver's Decentralized Dance Party Possibly Coming to Phoenix in December

Up on the Sun: Pickster One on RoQ'y TyRaid, Peachcake, and Boys and Frogs

Club Candids: High Society Friday at Jackrabbit Lounge

Chow Bella: S'Mores Smackdown: Frank & Albert's vs. Beckett's Table

Farah Khalid's Chicken Curry

Valley Fever: Retired Arizona Public Officials Sue to Keep "Hundreds of Millions" in Pension Payouts Being Denied Because of New Law

Michele Bachmann and Mitt Romney in Town For Campaign Stop; Each Trying to Woo Sheriff Joe Arpaio

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