In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
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www.politicalmotivation.com From the moment everybody learned the identity of the high-priced hooker who helped bring down former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, there's been a mad-dash among media outlets to get that hussy to strip down for some photos. That is, show the world what t ... More >>
www.babble.comAfter only a few short weeks of "recovery" at a sexual addiction rehabilitation center in Mississippi, it appears as though Tiger Woods may be cured of his desire to -- as the saying goes -- nail everything that moves and is ready to return to the links in about two weeks.That, like ... More >>
This building on Broadway Road used to house Hustler Hollywood Tempe. It couldn't find customers, and now it's becoming -- a preschool. What is the world coming to?
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 >>
In the future, there will be nothing but lists, lists, and more lists. We will worship lists as the ancient Egyptians once venerated the sun. There's no use in resisting. So take a sedative, a hit of Scotch, a toke or two of the medical-grade shit, and prepare to be listed, Feathered Bastard-style. ... More >>
Roy Warden addresses the troops, all six of 'em...I confess, I'm drawn to the deep and abiding weirdness of the nativist movement for the same reason I watch televangelists, bird-dog neo-Nazis, and listen to on-air wackjobs like Michael Savage or Glenn Beck. Freaks are fascinating, let's be honest. ... More >>
The choleric crow uncovers Rusty Childress' anti-avian plots, and kicks it with First Amendment hero/porn mogul Larry Flynt
The Cards sure played like wimps last year, but essentially naming their stadium Pussy Park?!
Welcome to the Cult of Katie Rose. Hope your liver can handle it
Not even Hollywood would bite on this one: Loose Change tells what, heh, really happened on 9/11
Jett and Kreme slip between the sheets and go Roman at Dos Gringos
It's G's up, ho's down at the season's illest event, Snoop Dogg at Cricket Pavilion
A new entrant in a competitive meat market
The Den of Iniquity
Bikers, skinheads, punks and coeds love getting bent at the PV, the divey-est dive in Tempe.
The Kreme Team kicks it with the poets and playas of P.I.'s Blunt Club
Bite Me gets raw
The 'patriotic' squelching of Bill Maher is a scary sign of an emerging groupthink
Documentary The Eyes of Tammy Faye lifts lid on lash rites in a story too strange to make up
Product placement comes to adult videos...hey, watch where you put that thing!
Carrey does Kaufman in unenlightening Man on the Moon
Valley jazz musician Rob Schuh pounded skins, pumped iron, shot steroids, went to prison and almost died. Now the feisty trapsman has added an organ to his repertoire -- a transplanted kidney.
If TV's a vast wasteland, Sid and Marty Krofft are really cleaning up, recycling their Saturday morning dynasty
Once a week, skaters and fetishists take over the studio
Johnny Chan, the world's greatest poker player, stakes his reputation at a local Indian reservation casino
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.
Why the current, slick Courtney Love actually rings truer than the disheveled baby doll of the past
Lightweight EDtv could stand some dramatic fine tuning
Palmetto's faux noir barks up wrong tree
Hollywood's ubereccentric rewrites the book on weird
Larry Flynt doesn't go all the way
CHUCK BOWDEN EXTOLS ARIZONA'S UNIQUE PLANTS AND ANIMALS. HIS LATEST SUBJECTS ARE WEASELS IN THREE-PIECE SUITS.