Why Arizona wine? In 2000 -- the year I planted my first vineyard at the end of a lonely, dusty road in Cochise County, 12 miles south of Willcox -- one of the 10 Best 'How to Lose Money' jokes on Saturday Night Live was: Plant a Vineyard In Arizona. Arizona is all Sonoran Desert, obviously suicid ... More >>
This week's New Times cover story examines the music industry's only 21st-century success story: The incredible boom in live music in general and festivals in particular. Since you might still be in the throes of a Coachella hangover--or maybe you're getting ready to camp out at That Damn Show Sat ... More >>
Two juveniles were arrested by Phoenix police for allegedly shooting at traffic signs and speed enforcement cameras with BB guns. DPS officers stopped a black Volvo after reports of shots fired on eastbound Interstate 10 and took a male and a female into custody. There were reportedly five ju ... More >>
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Shoeless Joe makes twangy art out of broken dreams
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Wry Metroland whips life choices into an English lather
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A disgruntled employee, the auditor general and the media painted the ASU Art Museum director as a self-serving spendthrift--then hung her out to dry. Marilyn Zeitlin may not be the greatest boss, but she's no crook.
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