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Phoenix, the nation's sixth largest city, aims to save money and add convenience by allowing its 650,000 registered voters to cast ballots for Tuesday's city election at any of 26 voting centers.
With much ado and maybe moist palms, the makers of Old Spice after-shave have announced that Phoenix is the sweatiest city in America. There is lots of math involved. The average Phoenix-ian sweats more than 26 ounces of, uh, sweat every hour on a typical 95-degree summer day — meaning that the entire city sweats enough to fill more than 53,000 beer kegs in an hour, or an entire swimming pool's worth in three hours.