Josh Tillman sighs into the phone, taking a breath before launching into a personal sentiment that's a signature of his tell-all take to his music -- something he's fond of exploring rather than simply talking about his inspirations. As the man behind Father John Misty, the psych-folk act that's fo ... More >>
P-town's scratch-master sharpens his talons over Mayor Goober's crime stats, markers for dead cops and Jarrett Maupin's anti-N-word campaign
Letters from the issue of Thursday, September 22, 2005
Even after catching the big unit's masterpiece, Robby Hammock still marvels that he's made it to the show.
Rick Bloom's got a mike, and "funny" has a whole new meaning
No more room at the inn. Our Bunker of the Apocalypse has been filled.
Modest man Darts to the rescue
Phoenix counselor finds a different kind of gold at the Winter Olympics
From the week of October 18, 2001
Between optimism and despair, there's comic (and author) Richard Lewis
The artists currently known as Less Pain Forever reveal their greatest hoaxes. But will the last time be the charm?
Power-pop icon Marshall Crenshaw refuses to be pigeonholed as a nerdy relic of the early '80s
Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved, and is that so wrong?
Carrey does Kaufman in unenlightening Man on the Moon
Marilyn Manson saved himself from a life of decadence, and now he thinks he can save rock 'n' roll
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.
WITH HIS WIT AND EXPERT TV COMMENTARY, GARY MCCORD BRINGS PANACHE TO A PRIM AND PROPER GAME. BUT SOME GOLF PURISTS THINK HE'S OUT OF BOUNDS.
WHAT MAKES A KID WASH HIS HANDS 100 TIMES A DAY, CHANGE HIS CLOTHES HOURLY AND OTHERWISE DRIVE HIS PARENTS NUTS? TOURETTE'S SYNDROME.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST-- OR DUMBEST-- ROCK 'N' ROLL BAND REFUSES TO DIE. PUCKER UP, BUTTERCUP.