We spent an abundance of time last week around the local high school football scene. First, of course, was the publication of "Friday Night Frights" (still on the newstands for a few more days, and available here for a lot longer than that), about the trials and tribulations of ... More >>
President-Elect Barack Obama is showing his social savvy in the Digital Age. As reported in The Washington Post last week, Obama not only put his weekly Democratic address on YouTube last Saturday, but pl ... More >>
An ugly chapter of Arizona's past
The plumed wonder hates to agree with GOP gun moll Ann Coulter philosophically, but about our 9/11 memorial . . .
Pop quiz. Whos Arizonas other U.S. senator? Heres a clue: He makes Dubya look like a liberal
Shedding light on old photos
Acquanetta has left the building.
After spearheading the post-punk revival, GoGoGo Airheart is still on its own island
Seabiscuit is a different breed of summer "ride" movie
Iraq and roll don't go together well when rockers protest
Folksy Norman Rockwell exhibition explores magic in the mundane
Phoenix owes its art museum and its cultural life in part to the late Philip Curtis
Comedian Bob Somerby
Holocaust exhibition bristles with rage, succeeds despite inappropriate installation
Artist Roger Shimomura plays historian and reporter with cartoonish impressions of life in an internment camp
Honey Child walks away with H.O.R.D.E. slot at strangely unrepresentative contest
U.S. District Court Judge Carl Muecke ruled on the letter of the law, but his liberal views and tough courtroom style made him the judge that conservatives love to hate
The life and style of Queensbridge, New York, "street journalist" Nas: in his own rhymes
A BROADCASTER KEEPS AIRING LIBERAL VIEWS TO A TINY PART OF NORTH PHOENIX. THE GOVERNMENT SAYS HE'S BREAKING THE LAW.
Look out, McCain. There's a woman after you.