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Editor's Note: An abridged version of this article appears in this week's issue, featuring 100 Songs that Defined Arizona. In celebration of Arizona's centennial, we spoke with Eric Swedlund, a writer, photographer, editor, and all-around-good-dude in Tucson, Arizona, about "We Got Cactus," sort of ... More >>
Clanging acoustic guitars, pitched somewhere between Led Zeppelin's ballads and John Fahey's American Primitivism, and then, a voice, singular and unmistakable. It is the voice of Lou Reed: "I would cut my legs and tits off when I think of Boris Karloff and Kinski / In the dark of the moon / You ... More >>
Inside the new Naked Pizza in Goodyear. Ever since filmmaker Morgan Spurlock gained 25 pounds in one month by eating McDonald's grub for his documentary Super Size Me, the public eye has scrutinized fast food's contribution to the American obesity epidemic. Obama's 2010 legislatio ... More >>
Paula Deen chewing "butter gum," Rachael Ray at 7-Eleven, and wait -- is that Gordon Ramsay yelling at a nun in a soup kitchen? Like many celebrities, TV chefs get jabbed by the spoof stick, too. We don't mind, as long as it's all in good fun. And now that it's summer, we thought we'd chill inside ... More >>
Steel yourself for 2008 with a look back at the year's best scripts
The Taloned One ogles white pride wenches, welcomes an infamous mining titan to town, and takes another swipe at illegal-immigrant-bashing car king Rusty Childress
A rogues' gallery of rock 'n' rollers reflects upon the USA's big day
How slow can they go?
An evening of rage, frustration and risk
All revved up with no place to go, Valley teens -- and hemi-ed up husbands -- go wild on the streets
Still seething, Speedealer stretches out and slows down a little
Did Phoenix police drive an incomprehensibly drunken man to his death?
Get it before it gets hot as this fair-weather, and decidedly upscale, farmer's market
Make-ups, breakups and other local band gossip abound
Rev 9 (Not Lame Records)
City zoning rules make it tough for Larry Jany to sell his property and retire
Will you be next in the line of gang fire?
Nursing a broken heart and bruised ego, Trashman seeks solace and finds . . . Bush
The Blair Witch Project pitches camp for terror
Fromthe Week of May 13, 1999
The sting targeted stores selling over-the-counter medicines that could be cooked into meth. But the cops warned major retailers to stop the sales while throwing the book at mom-and-pop shops, most of which are owned by Arab immigrants.
Trashman observes a trailer-park family cursed by tragedy
Sheriff Arpaio's deputies say his vaunted posse does little more than waste money and slake their boss's thirst for publicity
THEY MET BY ACCIDENT AT SAGURO LAKE. A WEEK LATER, THEY WRER IN JAIL.