Following in the footsteps of our sister papers of South Florida, Miami New Times and Broward-Palm Beach New Times, we bring you the weekly roundup of visitors to the desert's own Fourth Avenue Jail.This week, the jail saw some happy campers and not-so-happy campers, so this week's collection of mug ... More >>
In early 2011, filmmaker David Lynch (you know, the dude behind the cult classic television show Twin Peaks, the terribly confusing movie Lost Highway, and my favorite, Blue Velvet) dove into a new venture -- coffee.
We've heard it's pretty tasty stuff (you can learn more about it and buy ... More >>
By this time you should be out of your turkey coma, foraging through your garage for that shabby box labeled: Christmas Lights.
All that talk about department stores jumping the gun after Halloween is behind us, because it's time to show your Christmas cheer and light the night skies with those fam ... More >>
When you're filmmaker David Lynch and need to promote your new line of organic coffee, talking to a Barbie Doll is just what you do. After all, you're David Lynch.
Available in House Blend, Espresso, and Decaf French Roast. Points deducted for not calling them Wild at Heart House Blend, Eraserhead ... More >>
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik received more than 5,000 e-mails in the three days following the January 8 Tucson massacre
Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik has nearly become a household name across the country following his emotional, public statements that talk radio and "vi ... More >>
There are few things on the face of god's green earth more disgusting than a public bathroom -- the lone turd floating in the bowl, the piss everywhere, and the weirdo standing next to you at the urinal who subtly tilts his head in your direction for no other reason than to check o ... More >>
I don't care whether you actually need to go or not -- just pop your head in the restroom the next time you're at Joe's Farm Grill in Gilbert. Yes, more people checking out the loo at this idyllic Agritopia retro burger spot will make the line longer for the folks who really do need to use the fa ... More >>
A couple hours from Phoenix, tens of thousands of Mexicans work on maquiladora assembly lines for $1 an hour, making the toys and tools of American convenience. Critics say the maquila system lets U.S. corporations maximize profits on the backs of Third W