10 years ago, Songs: Ohia released its tenth and final album, Magnolia Electric Co., marking the end of that band and the beginning of another, which would take its name from Songs: Ohia's final effort. Eight months ago, Jason Molina, the genius behind the record, passed away in Indianapolis from or ... More >>
Three boys whose grandfather forced them on torturous marches across tough Grand Canyon trails told rangers their entire summer had been filled with travel and abuse.The three boys -- 8, 9 and 12 -- told how their grandpa, Christopher Carlson of Indianapolis, injured them repeatedly during t ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsDue to being dead for almost 18 years, G.G. Allin will NOT be appearing with his Murder Junkies this week.Next month marks the 18-year anniversary of punk pariah G.G. Allin's death. Yes, G.G. Allin is dead, but that hasn't stopped his older brother Merle from using his name to ... More >>
The Vinlanders Social Club, out of business in AZ because of the Career Criminal SquadAccording to records on file with the Maricopa County Superior Court, the investigators of the Phoenix Police Department's elite Career Criminal Squad, with the assistance of the local Anti-Defamation League,& ... More >>
www.facebook.comAlex Chambers (left) spent his summer traveling to each of the 13 WNBA cities. What would drive someone to use their summer vacation to travel to exotic destinations like Indianapolis, Minneapolis, and Detroit? For one Phoenix man, the motivation came from one of the most unlikely ... More >>
Phoenix Mercury players pose with fans, and their two championship trophies.How big of a deal was Friday's WNBA championship game in Phoenix? Well, consider this: the only other time a basketball team's won a championship in this city, it was the Boston Celtics beating the Phoenix Suns on ... More >>
E. Groves Diana Taurasi was too late hitting her stride in game two.After a high-paced, high-scoring, record-breaking game one, Valley sports fans turned out at US Airways Center last night for a big disappointment in game two of the WNBA finals. To say the Phoenix Mercury, 2007 WNBA Cham ... More >>
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