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StrfkrThere's a curious balance at work in the music of Oregon's Starfucker (STRFKR, for the less profane), a mix of the dark and dancey, as evidenced on the band's 2011 album Reptilians, and the track "Death as a Fetish" in particular. Over bouncy beats and buoyant synth, singer Josh Hodge ... More >>
Adam Nollmeyer/Acme Photography Don't be shocked if you see something like this on the light rail this Sunday."Grab your best underwear! No Pants AZ is coming!" This is the message emblazoned across the homepage of local urban prankster group Improv AZ by its organizer Jeff Moriarty announcing t ... More >>
photo by Adriane Goetz Joe, showing a little leg...You cheeky devil, youSheriff Joe Arpaio's circus came to ASU's Cronkite School of Journalism Monday night, only to be cut short by the sounds of a pro-immigrant ditty, sung to the tune of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody.The evening was filled with protest ... More >>
www.fiscalconservatives.com Arizona Congressman John ShadeggCongressmen John Shadegg and Trent Franks are two of four legislators calling for an investigation into a potential threat in Washington D.C. -- a possible conspiracy where Muslims plan to infiltrate the highest levels of the U.S ... More >>
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal
Doing justice to Mariane and Daniels story
The taloned one takes on the 9/11 liars' confab in Chandler and rips the white sheet off right-wing radio hatemonger "Dumbass Darrell" Ankarlo
The Bond franchise takes a gamble on a new guy, and comes up aces
You've seen the G-rated HBO documentary on the Arizona legend, but there was so much more to Goldy than that
Our eagle-eyed scribbler talons Commander Crow, the Dalai Lama's merchandisers, columnist Jon Talton and the artful Phoenix City Council
Beam me up, Becky
Moore's controversial documentary paints a portrait of incompetence
Wardriving hackers take the revenge of the nerds to the street
Michael Moore goes threshing about in search of fear itself
From the week of October 4-10, 2001
The 'patriotic' squelching of Bill Maher is a scary sign of an emerging groupthink
How will Hollywood react now that real life is more terrifying than fiction?
John Vanderslice is an excellent musician and songwriter. He's also a pretty good prankster.
Propagandhi's singer sets the record straight -- he's not gay, straight-edge, or prone to violence
Dishing with Lucianne Goldberg
Meet the Parents' premarital mayhem has a too-familiar ring
Brain-dead Skulls hasn't a thought in its head
My assignment tracking Governor Hull across the pond was a real riot
Unfunny, product-placement-packed Austin Powers sequel can go shag itself
County prosecutors seeking capital punishment for Tovrea killer
Dr. Pietr Hitzig of Maryland has prescribed a fen-phen panacea for all manner of ailments to thousands of patients he has never met. One of them, Alvin Chernov, killed himself.
Arizona's militias aren't the exclusive domain of white supremacists - people of color are joining the ranks, too.
CITING POSSIBLE DIVESIVENESS. MOUNTAIN VIEW HIGH PRINCIPAL CENSORS STUDENT EDITORIAL
THE FEDS DESPERATELY WANTED THE CROATION IMMIRANT TO BE AN ILLEGAL GUNRUNNER. WHEN HE REFUSED, THEY BUSTED HIM ANYWAY.
A REVOLUTION ERUPTS ON THE CHEMEHUEVI INDIAN RESERVATION.
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