September 15 In Blogs: Allison Crouse, Slightly Stoopid, Los Sombreros, and the Phoenix Fireball

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Today's entries:

Jackalope Ranch: Allison Crouse's Salt River

Sneak Peek at Sweet Salvage's September Sale

Up on the Sun: Slightly Stoopid's Rymo On the Band's New Album, Surfing, and BBQ

BroLoaf: Ben Brah and Coach Grundy in the Raw

Chow Bella: Art of the Menu: New Website Features Well-Designed Restaurant Menus From Around the World

Hibiscus Quesadillas from Los Sombreros

Valley Fever: "Mysterious" Phoenix Fireball Not a UFO. Probably Just a Boring Meteor, According to NASA *VIDEO*

Jan Brewer Appoints Jay Heiler to Board of Regents. Dems Not Happy

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