Shining Soul has been relentlessly promoting their newest release Sonic Smash in both the hip hop and activist community over the past few weeks, including interviews, radio appearances, and their Sonic Smash Tour (we talked to them back in September.) The entire endeavor culminated with their welc ... More >>
The future 's looking pretty damn bright for Steven Chung, which is probably why he's wearing those Von Zipper shades in the picture above. Over the next 72 hours alone, the 31-year-old house music maestro (who performs as DJ Tranzit) will open for EDM wunderkind DallasK this evening at Wild Knigh ... More >>
See also: Treasure Mammal's SxSW "Real Talk Diaries" by Tye Rabens We see our first hipster in the Las Cruces, New Mexico gas station; we must be getting closer to SXSW. We gunned it in the rented Kia Forte straight to El Paso, where we have a fly-by, "gas station money" gig at a place called M's ... More >>
from ACLU.orgThe ACLU started the legal war against SB 1070 in earnest todayAs it had announced it would do last week, the ACLU along with several other groups filed suit in federal court today, seeking to have Arizona's "papers please" legislation enjoined before it's scheduled to take effect by th ... More >>
A mediocre record and coddling thugs on his team didn't keep ASU football coach Dirk Koetter from getting a big raise
Bring out your dead
Letters from the issue of Thursday, June 23, 2005
The Phantom Surfers and Neil Hamburger run with the big dogs at Phoenix Greyhound Park.
Looking for local restaurants to ease the pain
ASU coach Rob Evans rocks his world
You don't know about NITTY GRITTY in your city?
Indie combo Pinewood Derby reinvents itself. Again.
Finding Glory at the Phoenix Greyhound bus station
From the week of February 2, 1999
From the week of January 21, 1999
Singer/songwriter Billy Sedlmayr has spent half his life battling the law and his own dope demons
To George Zraket, it's an evil zoning plot by old Sscottsdale cronies; to Janie Ellis, it's the only way her timeworn art colony can survive.
AFTER THE FORMER SOCIALITE WENT TO A HOMELESS SHELTER, EVERYONE THOUGHT SHE WAS IN DEEP TROUBLE. BUT HELEN WHITNEY'S STORY WAS NEVER THAT SAD--OR THAT TIDY.
CHARRERIA, HACIENDA-BRED RODEO, IS THREATENED FROM WITHOUT BY ANIMAL-RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AND FROM WITHIN BY SHORTSIGHTED LEADERSHIP. FRED CHAVEZ KNOWS THAT IF THE GRAND SPORT OF MEXICAN NOBILITY IS TO SURVIVE, IT MUST CHANGE.