Kudos to former Scottsdale mayoral candidate John Washington for calling out both the Arizona Republic and state Representative Michelle Ugenti on his Scottsdale Trails blog, and for introducing me to the hilarious and currently inactive parody Twitter site RubbingUGently, a wicked send-up of the Sn ... More >>
In this week's issue of New Times, you'll see our annual Resolution Guide. This year: a collection of writers and contributors resolved to love their city. Some failed and succeeded (read Snapshots of a City, and New-Found Love for a Hometown), and others found reasons to love Phoenix because of ... More >>
photo by David ShankboneMy advice to Al: Wear a wire, Rev. It's like going to visit a mafia don.It promises to be more scintillating than the Thrilla in Manila, though, sadly, this verbal donnybrook will mostly behind closed doors, according to the Rev. Al Sharpton's camp.I'm talking about the news ... More >>
The choleric crow uncovers Rusty Childress' anti-avian plots, and kicks it with First Amendment hero/porn mogul Larry Flynt
Let's get this straight: Lots of voters think Janet Napolitano's a closeted lesbian, but she's against Prop 107 and gay marriage?!
You've seen the G-rated HBO documentary on the Arizona legend, but there was so much more to Goldy than that
A biased documentary exposes the vicious attempt to bring down Clinton
Louis Schwartzberg aims for America's Heart, but mostly sticks to the surface
Preachy Emperor's Club teaches old-school, but will it fly with today's kids?
From streetwalker to Wall Street, Candy Wilson has flown high and fallen hard. Now, her failing brokerage and anti-porn Internet company have left a trail of angry investors.
The road to Ellen was paved with the best of intentions
Clint Bolick is trying to change the world, one lawsuit at at time.
Oh to be a professional ice cream taster
Documentary The Eyes of Tammy Faye lifts lid on lash rites in a story too strange to make up
Tammy Faye Bakker's back, but don't be afraid this time
State Representative Steve May is a walking, talking contradiction
As we reach the fifth anniversary of Doug Hopkins' suicide, his best music remains unheard by all but a few friends
Larry Flynt doesn't go all the way