Editor's Note: A version of this article appears in this week's issue, featuring 100 Songs that Defined Arizona. In celebration of Arizona's centennial, we spoke songwriter Howe Gelb, who has led the constantly mutating Giant Sand in Tucson and all around the world since 1985. Gelb is known for his ... More >>
"It's different than a traditional beer festival; it's a party." That, friends, is straight from the mouth of Louis Dolgoff, founder of the Beer for Brains Foundation -- a national nonprofit association of craft beer lovers, distributors and brewers committed to raising awareness and dollar ... More >>
Jamie PeacheyJuicy barbecue, ice cold beer, and a good cause? This one's a no-brainer, or, in the case of Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue in Cave Creek, a Beer for Brains fundraiser. At 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 12, Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue will be pairing up 'que and beer ... More >>
Louis Dolgoff, beer aficionado and Founder of the Beer For Brains Foundation Talk to Louis Dolgoff for a moment or two and you'll understand what a busy guy he is. He's working on a beer pairing television show for PBS. He continues to orchestrate several ornate, beer-tasting dinners all ove ... More >>
Animal rights activists sue researcher
From the week of January 18, 2001
Dr. Michael Berens has been vilified by animal rights activists for drilling holes in beagle puppies. Is he on the path to curing brain cancer?
Instead of removing Michael Cooley's brain tumor, a surgeon cut out healthy tissue. Fifteen years later, Cooley's settled malpractice cases against his doctor and his lawyer. The tumor still must be removed.