September 26 In Blogs: Russell Pearce, Betsey Johnson, Ashton Kutcher, Black Xantus, and Don Bivens

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce's Opponent Jerry Lewis a "No Vote" on SB 1070

Jackalope Ranch: Stories from Bartenders

Betsey Johnson's Fall Collection at W Scottsdale This Week (VIDEO)

Up on the Sun: Check Out A Life of Science's Comic Book, "The Apenist"

Duos With More Chemistry Than Jon Cryer and Ashton Kutcher

Chow Bella: Nectar Ales' Black Xantus

Is Cartel Coffee Lab Getting Ready to Brew Beer?

Valley Fever: Don Bivens, Former Democratic Party Chief, Announces Senate Candidacy

Jason Schechterle Hosts His Annual "Scholarship Ball"--Cool Event Draws Hundreds

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