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McCain talks politics at bookstore


David Lukens
Arizona Sen. John McCain speaks about immigration and the war in Iraq at the annual convention of the National Council of La Raza at the Phoenix Civic Center on Saturday.
Sen. John McCain cracked jokes and answered questions for more than 350 people Saturday afternoon while signing copies of his new book at Changing Hands Bookstore in Tempe.

McCain spoke to the crowd before signing copies of "Character Is Destiny: Inspiring Stories Every Young Person Should Know and Every Adult Should Remember," which was released Oct. 25. But McCain spent more time discussing current events rather than the collection of inspirational stories in the book.

Congress wants decision on Plan B

National representatives introduced a bill Thursday hoping to force the Food and Drug Administration to decide whether Plan B contraception, or the morning-after pill, can be offered over the counter.

Police release sketch of robbery suspect

ASU police released a sketch of the man who allegedly robbed an ASU student at gunpoint last week outside a south campus residence hall.
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Football: Sun Devils hold off Cougars

PULLMAN, Wash. - ASU coach Dirk Koetter expected quarterback Rudy Carpenter to have some growing pains when the redshirt freshman took over for injured starter Sam Keller two weeks ago.

But Carpenter's growth has been in his offensive numbers: 782 yards and five passing touchdowns in his first two collegiate starts.
SOCCER

Soccer: Sun Devils await NCAA selection show

LOS ANGELES - The ASU dream of making it to the postseason might remain just that - a dream.

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The Cost of Culture

On the first Friday of every month, humble brick buildings turn into houses for festivals of light and sound. Innocent front yards are transformed into outdoor clubs as DJs spin records while pedestrians venture off the sidewalk to try a few new dance moves. The walkways come alive with people from every side of the Valley: roller derby enthusiasts, punks, soccer moms and college students.

Appropriately titled "First Fridays" what started as an agreement between a few galleries to hold openings on the same night has turned into one of the largest art walks in the country. A perusal of newspapers across the country reveals such art walks aren't uncommon in major cities and neither are the problems that come with their success.
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Dimensional: Psychic Sleuth

Allison DuBois does more than see dead people, she communicates with them. But you won't find her sitting behind a table, waving her arms around a crystal ball and speaking in tongues.

Instead, she uses her psychic abilities to help solve crimes. DuBois, 33, is the inspiration behind NBC's hit show "Medium."
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Studio Visit: Karl Kroeppler

Karl Kroeppler dreams of writing his memoirs, but you won't find his story in any bookstore. Instead, the experiences and characters of Kroeppler's life are found in his paintings.
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