September 8 In Blogs: Postville Immigration Raid, Goddess Temple, Anthrax, Latte Art, and Susan Brock

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Joe Arpaio's Iowa Mirror: Postville Immigration Raid Documentary Screens Tonight at ASU

Jackalope Ranch: Police Reveal More Details of "Operation Goddess Temple"; More Prostitution Indictments to Come

Burning Man 2011 in Photos

Up on the Sun: Anthrax's Charlie Benante on Worship Music and the Band's Name

IAMWE's "So They Say," as Explained by the Band

Chow Bella: Scraping Vanilla Beans with Mellow Mushroom's Jenna Cacciamani

Latte Art, The Simple Farm's Planting List and Sunday "Gravy" Recipe from The Food Tramp Diaries

Valley Fever: Susan Brock Not Playing Nice in Prison; Gets First Disciplinary Infraction Four Months into 13-Year Sentence

Amos Andreas Pleads Not Guilty to Murder in Shaking Death of 5-Month-Old Daughter

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