The numbers are in and somehow Joe Arpaio, our 80-year-old codger of a sheriff, has secured another four-year term as the county's top lawman. If that wasn't enough to get your blood boiling, the self-professed "America's toughest sheriff" is promising to run for Maricopa County Sheriff again in 201 ... More >>
Pancho needs your prayers, it's true
Weezer's auteur takes a tentative step into the real world
Stranded on Cereal Aisle
Letters from the week of September 30, 2004
A recent grad dishes dirt on ASU's party daze
You've seen Legally Blonde, but did you know Elle Woods really grew up in Paradise Valley?
2002 spent the year in a 9/11 hangover. Through the confusion, notable and amazing works still arose
Inside the Beautiful Mind of John Nash lies madness and magic
A Phoenix City Council race is pitting Hispanic hopes against black history
With the rerelease of their 1988 debut, the Sand Rubies finally seem ready to start making music again
Brain-dead Skulls hasn't a thought in its head
Jack Rose was a golden boy, a precocious businessman and political insider. Then he ran into a buzz saw at the Arizona Corporation Commission.
The Talented Mr. Ripley is a who's who of identity crises
Weepy One True Thing rings false--and overly familiar
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.
Storied author Ron Carlson gives ASU students the word
When KFYI radio host John Dayl spews mindless hate, David Winkler listens
In the sixth congressional district, J.D. Hayworth and Steve Owens have run campaigns so devoid of content it's almost scary
Homeless people hawk three different publications on curbs all over the Valley. What's brought about the proliferation of street sheets, and who, if anyone, benefits?
HIS HOME AND PERSONAL LIKE SMOLDER, AND DR. DRE STILL PLAYS WITH FIRE