The State of Arizona will be footing the bill for the Grand Canyon to stay open through October 27.The state's paying $93,000 a day to the National Park Service to keep the park open, and the governor's office says the state will get a refund if the federal government shutdown were to end.
Eye of the tiger, indeed...State Senate hopeful Jerry Lewis, the man seeking to topple the most powerful politician in Arizona, landed several verbal blows both during and after his debate in Mesa Thursday with state Senate President Russell Pearce, as you can see in this latest video from my collea ... More >>
The Arizona Office of Tourism wants Denver residents to think of sunny Arizona this winter by posing with cutouts of scenes from the state. Local marketing and advertising firm Moses Anshell sent a news release to New Times' sister paper, the Denver Westword, this morning announcing the promoti ... More >>
Another week full of random acts of stupidity
Bank One Ballpark was touted as a powerful economic engine for downtown. Data show, however, that BOB has fueled sales mostly for BOB. The meager spillover doesn't bode well for the Arizona Cardinals' stadium aspirations.
It's named after Kemper Marley, the apparent inspiration for the murder of newsman Don Bolles. It's full of inaccuracies, racism, Chamber of Commerce blather and third-rate gimmickry.
Tribal War plays the reggae music, mon. With a Havasupai flavor, don'cha know.
ULYSSES SANCHEZ WANTS TO TAKE PHOENIX FOR A RIDE. AND HIS DREAM OF A $200 MILLION THEME PARK IN THE DESERT MAY NOT BE AS CRAZY AS IT SOUNDS.
ARIZONA'S TRADE REPRESENTATIVE TO MEXICO WAS CUTTING DEALS WITH HIS FRIENDS AND FAMILY. A SECRETARY REPORTED THE PROBLEM--AND PROMPTLY GOT CANNED.