globemagazine.comJoe Arpaio, once again makin' Maricopa County proud He's swiped $100 million from taxpayer-protected funds to use for his own pet programs, engaged in high-profile shenanigans with former fellow Sith Lord and ex-County Attorney Andrew Thomas -- monkeyshines rivaling Watergate in cor ... More >>
Here's how a Kentucky inmate conned Tempe cops and the County Attorney's Office into believing he'd killed a stripper, who really was a victim of the Baseline Killer
Good and bad hair days in Scottsdale
Ex-Meat Puppet Curt Kirkwood, now with Eyes Adrift, rambles on for the sake of rambling
Fifteen Minutes Fast is in no hurry to use up its quarter-hour of local fame
Scottsdale astrologist spices up dinner with celestial seasonings.
On the trail of a bizarre hospital crime, New Times finds a cryogenically frozen head, a witch hunt for a wiccan and a stumped detective. And still nobody knows . . .
From the Week of February 17, 2000
The tale of a Nebraska woman who was murdered for passing herself off as a man gets a dreamy but haunting treatment in Boys Don't Cry
The JonBenet case, shrink-wrapped by Valley forensic psychiatrist and sleuth Steven Pitt
Six years ago, Ryan Page and Mike Pallagi were high school kids who idolized eccentric actor Crispin Glover. Now they're producing films with him.
Tempe shutterbug executes celebrity- death-scene knockoffs!