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    The Mexican Clears Up Some Canadian-Held Misconceptions

    In Canada, we have a huge problem with illegals coming up from the south, mainly to escape Bush or for our free healthcare. The solution is inspired by the same damned Yankees that we need to keep out: build a big wall. Problem is, we could never get...

    by Gustavo Arellano on November 6, 2008
  • Mixed Martial Arts’ Unsung Pioneer: “Grapple Girl” Michelle Farrow


    Mixed Martial Arts Unsung Pioneer: Grapple Girl Michelle Farrow

    Michelle Farrow stands in one corner of an octagonal fighting cage, glaring at her opponent in the opposite corner. The 5-foot-7, 143-pound Farrow is no pushover -- she's got black belts in judo and jiu-jitsu, and her muscular arms look like mini-can...

    by Niki D'Andrea on November 6, 2008
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    Feedback from the Issue of Thursday, November 6, 2008

    COURTNEY'S TRAVESTY Incompetence galore in Maricopa County: Wow! Great article! You got it straight ("Nursing Injustice," Stephen Lemons, October 30). The police officer, the defense attorney, the judge, and the County Attorney's Office should all...

    on November 6, 2008
  • ICE’s Matthew Allen and Dennis DeConcini Get Ripped Apart by the Taloned Terror


    ICEs Matthew Allen and Dennis DeConcini Get Ripped Apart by the Taloned Terror

    MR. DISINGENUOUS This ornery oriole's given up on expecting candor from the new head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Arizona office, Matthew Allen. Back in April, hard on the heels of Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Hispanic-hunting sweeps i...

    by Stephen Lemons on November 6, 2008
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    Phoenix New Times, Village Voice Executive Editor Mike Lacey Responds

    My invoking the argot of Black artists achieved a level of insensitive stupidity almost galactic in scale. Whatever discussion lingers about the use of the words "bitch" or "ho" in hip-hop, comedy, film or literature, there is no question about the N...

    @ Valley Fever by Bill Volhein on April 12, 2008 @ 3:04 pm
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    This Weekend: Rockin', Racing, Risque

    The Minibosses get down to 8-bit rockin' this weekend at Yucca Tap Room By Jonathan McNamara Looking for something racy to do this weekend? Check out the Phoenix International Raceway for all the high-speed action you can handle. Tonight is the Ba...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 11, 2008 @ 10:24 am
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    Martini Mixology: The Scottsdale Culinary Festival hosts a night of cocktails at Suede Lounge

    By Aja Viafora There was nothing sleeker than mini-dresses and not-so mini martinis Thursday night at Suede Lounge for the On the Rocks segment of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. Ladies with long legs and black dresses packed the inside dance fl...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 11, 2008 @ 10:04 am
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    Ortloff Guilty On All Counts

    By Paul Rubin Minutes after a jury convicted Robert Stanley Ortloff of murdering 20-year-old Kathleen Smith back in October 1984, one of her brothers summed it all up perectly. "I felt it could go either way because of all the time that had passed...

    @ Valley Fever by Paul Rubin on April 10, 2008 @ 4:42 pm
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    It's Texas' Turn to battle with Polygamy

    By Rick Barrs More than 400 young girls have been freed from the bonds of "spiritual marriage" to older men as the result of a police raid of a polygamist compound operated by the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in San Ang...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 10, 2008 @ 1:54 pm
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    Containing the Fury: Roller Girl Media

    By Jonathan McNamara This issue's Niki at Night feature chronicles Music Editor Niki D'Andrea's introduction to the world of roller derby super fans. Niki at Nite: Exploring the depths of "fan-archy" with Roller Derby superfans started as an artic...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 10, 2008 @ 2:39 am
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    Baristas, Bartenders and Bouncers: Pocket full of Benjis

    By Jillian Sloan The daily grind becomes the nightly run-around for valets like Travis Guinta at Barcelona on Scottsdale Road and the Hayden Greenway Loop. The North Scottsdale hot spot has its occasional celebrity sightings, but most nights it's ...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 10, 2008 @ 1:15 am
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    Plymptoons at ASU

    By Jonathan McNamara It's appropriate that Bill Plympton's latest cartoon is about a murder. He gets away with it all the time. Where most animators would concentrate on making characters move fluidly, Plympton prefers stick with a bare minimum o...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 9, 2008 @ 10:50 am
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    2,700 Lawyers Can Be Wrong

    Russell Pearce By Sarah Fenske We posted previously about State Representative Russell Pearce's plan to exempt "public officers" from the oversight of the State Bar of Arizona - a pretty appalling idea on its face (See our previous post .) Now he...

    @ Valley Fever by Sarah Fenske on April 8, 2008 @ 6:45 pm
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    Club Candids: Les Dispenser

    Cherry Bomb!'s April Pre-Pride party at the Rogue on Thursday, April 3rd. By: Lilia Menconi Like it? Click here for more. Oh, Thursdays. Our favorite night to go out. We've all got an early morning, so instead of drunkenly agreeing to go home with ...

    @ Valley Fever by Lilia Menconi on April 8, 2008 @ 6:44 pm
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    The Shoe Still Don't Fit, But...

    Robert Ortloff By Paul Rubin After hearing two months of occasionally riveting testimony, the jury in the Robert Ortloff murder case finally will begin its deliberations tomorrow morning. Just got back from the closing arguments, which took up the...

    @ Valley Fever by Paul Rubin on April 8, 2008 @ 6:27 pm
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    Style Watch: Arizona Tattoo Expo

    By: Aja Viafora: May, a local tattoo artist herself, showed off her unique style at the AZ Tattoo Expo on Sat., April 5. For this ensemble she shopped at her friend's store Only the Lonely who set up a tent at the event. The shirts you will fin...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 8, 2008 @ 10:47 am
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    Russell Pearce: The Savior of Andrew Thomas?

    Dennis Wilenchik By Sarah Fenske Last fall, when special prosecutor Dennis Wilenchik wasn't yet "disgraced former special prosecutor Dennis Wilenchik" and was coming after New Times like a paid assassin, Wilenchik had a quick retort for anyone com...

    @ Valley Fever by Sarah Fenske on April 7, 2008 @ 8:51 pm
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    What This World Needs

    By Paul Rubin Many years ago, an enigmatic and brilliant fellow named Don Van Vliet (who lived somewhere in the Mohave Desert) wrote a tune under his moniker of Captain Beefheart. He called it "Buggy Boogie Woogie." Don growled his way through the...

    @ Valley Fever by Paul Rubin on April 7, 2008 @ 2:54 pm
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    Arizona Tattoo Expo

    By: Aja Viafora Better than: watching LA Ink. Who needs the safety of your own home when you can wander around an expo full of needles? The annual Arizona Tattoo Expo was flooded Mesa Centennial Hall with color and fashion this weekend. Thousands...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 7, 2008 @ 11:02 am
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    Over the Weekend

    By: Jonathan McNamara On Friday a band of Guadalupe residents including mayor Rebecca Jimenez protested Sheriff Arpaio's latest round of anti-immigration sweeps. For more on this story, see Stephen Lemons' story in Feathered Bastard. To see a slide...

    @ Valley Fever by Jonathan McNamara on April 7, 2008 @ 10:17 am
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