This week Attorney General Tom Horne paid a visit to recalled ex-state Senate President Russell Pearce's Ban Amnesty Now radio show, where he regaled Pearce's tens of listeners with his heroic legal work of late, despite Pearce's incessant efforts to turn the conversation back to his ridiculous "buy ... More >>
You'd think a practicing lawyer, former president of the Arizona Board of Regents, and erstwhile GOP gubernatorial candidate would possess a lick of sense. But Tucson attorney John Munger is proof positive that possession of a swell resume is no guarantee of intelligence.Munger is the fella who rece ... More >>
Legendary concert promoter Barry Fey's Twitter bio is pretty revealing: "Its Barry Fey. I am a rock promoter. I have promoted a few shows here and there. Maybe you have heard of me?" Fey, "The Rockfather," retired from the business in 1997, but not before establishing himself as one of the big name ... More >>
Side one of the new anti-Pearce flier. Side two, featuring Pearce and the Ernst Roehm of the East Valley. I've been screaming in the wilderness about the links between avowed neo-Nazi J.T. Ready and state Rep. Russell Pearce for well-over a year. Now Republican consultant Nathan Sproul has taken ... More >>
Veteran Phoenix lawyer Gary Peter Klahr fought The Bar and The Bar won
After years of wildly blasting the Chandler power structure, self-proclaimed civil rights advocate Ramon Gomez now finds himself under attack
Monkeybone, like a dream, is best when half-remembered
Alex Ross, painter of supermen and superwomen, makes it easy to believe in heroes
Will Scottsdale voters preserve "The West's Most Western Town," or opt for "a little bit of Venice"?
The Backsliders' Chip Robinson perseveres tochronicle the trials andtribulations of daily life, including his own
The "Phoenix Lights" made Frances Emma Barwood the darling of the global space-alien lobby. And it'stransformed computer geek Jim Dilettoso into a star in the UFO firmament.
Son Volt's Jay Farrar doesn't waste his words
After one drunken afternoon in 1994, longtime ASU law lecturer Michael Berch was forced to take an extended leave of absence. Now, despite allegations that he sexually harassed students and colleagues, he's returning to the classroom.
SURE, CONSTITUTIONALIST CRUSADER FRANK ELLENA IS LOUD AND OFFENSIVE. BUT IS THAT A FEDERAL OFFENSE?