Nils Lofgren's ranch in Scottsdale almost feels hidden. It's not far from the city, from the clubs of Old Town and the shops at Scottsdale Fashion Square, but his large plot shares none of the bustle. It's secluded and quiet, with mesquite trees rustling in a soft breeze.
See also: Medical-Marijuana Supporters Plan Rally at Phoenix PD Headquarters on Wednesday at 5 p.m. See also: Judge Orders Arizona to Implement Medical Marijuana Act Marijuana advocates rallied outside Phoenix police headquarters yesterday evening, demanding respect for state law. Motivated at lea ... More >>
Ty SegallWelcome to another installment of Up on the Sun's 2011 Review. Over the next week, we'll be counting down our favorite songs, shows, national and local releases of 2011. Enjoy! Is it just me, or was 2011 weird? Like, really weird? Lou Reed and Metallica made an album together. It w ... More >>
For all the talk of Rose Johnson's good-bye fete at the Icehouse being a celebration rather than a memorial, the emotional climate at Saturday night's send-off was more somber than sunny, as hundreds of people gathered to honor the former Phoenix artist. The Icehouse proved to be a particularly fit ... More >>
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Spelled in Bones
Prodigy Nick Sterling spirals toward stardom
Childsplay boosts kids' esteem
Hoping to stir a buzz in the Valley
Ugly Casanova may fail as a hoax. But as an offering from Modest Mouse's enigmatic front man, it works just fine.
For Califone's Tim Rutili, there's no difference between a picture and a thousand words
The sheriff's not talking, but records reveal that taxpayers are spending big bucks to defend controversial jail operations
International group urges immediate stop to Arpaio jail practices
Arpaio tries to distance himself from pronouncements about punishing inmates
North Carolina's Archers of Loaf is on a roll, even if the group is off the wagon