September 20 In Blogs: Cade Gallery, Phoenix Food Truck Festival, Four Peaks, and Samurai Swords

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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:

Jackalope Ranch:
Cave Creek's Running of the Bulls Introduces its (Lame) Lineup

Downtown's Cade Gallery Closes, May Reopen in New Location

Up on the Sun:
Musical Lineup Announced For First Annual Phoenix Food Truck Festival

Justin James on the Shark Attack That Started His Career

Chow Bella:
Caffeine Meets an Airstream (Trailer) in New Mobile Espresso Bar

Four Peaks' Pumpkin Porter is Here!

Valley Fever:
Anthony Rios Used Samurai Sword in (Failed) Bicycle Robbery

Convicted Rapist Edward Hartley to 13-Year-Old: My Penis is Too Small to Hurt You

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Here give a well post. It give a little suggestion for the food truck festival. The food trucks could have on brick and mortar restaurants that are heavily invested in the communities they serve and whose sales tax revenue stays in city and county coffers.


Thanks for your list, they are all very useful to me, and it is in time.

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