They were known as Lord and Lady, the yacht-sailing Scottish royal couple. Nobody suspected they were actually on welfare
Scope Mouthwash pulled off quite the April Fool's joke with its weeklong campaign to introduce consumers to a new product: bacon-flavored mouthwash. We'll admit, they really had us going, thanks to a dedicated product website and a well-produced video released a full four days before April 1. See ... More >>
He's not a grape geek per se, but local cartoonist Doug Pike knows a hell of a lot more about wine than the average recreational drinker. You might say he makes wine his business, given that he earns a nice chunk of change creating wine-centric cartoons for the likes of The Wall Street Journal, Forb ... More >>
According to what we're sure was a real thorough analysis by CNBC, Democratic Congressman Raul Grijalva can flush the Dow Jones Industrial Average straight down the toilet just by appearing on television and speaking about things.
We first came upon John Dowd when he represented Major League Baseball in the Pete Rose scandal. Dowd was the consummate Washington D.C. bigtimer who could bloviate with the best (or the worst) of `em. (If you have trouble viewing this clip, try Firefox). At least a few readers may remember ... More >>
J.D. HayworthWith all the fun taking place in the District 3 Congressional primary, and because his campaign's pretty much been dead-in-the-water since news of his infomercial stardom made headlines, former Congressman J.D. Hayworth's futile attempt to become Arizona's next senator has been pushe ... More >>
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner met with President Barack Obama yesterday prior to Obama's speech at ASU. Obama invited Warner to play basketball with him at the White House, and Warner offered to pray for Obama's family...L. William Seidman, former business school dean at Arizona State Un ... More >>
Sonic Jihad (Guerrilla Funk/Groove Attack)
Congressional hopeful Craig Columbus charts a course for a brave new Arizona.
Posthumous solo debut shines a light on Joey Ramone's defiantly upbeat final days