Saw is cinematic carnage of the highest order
Move Over, ALCOR. Phoenix-based Preserve A Life wants to make sure the dearly departed are ready for their close-ups.
Navajo warriors, buff babes and, um, Saddam's bald bro rip up the ring at The Sets.
A little-known novel from 1945 finds surprising new relevance on the big screen
Tragedy brings out the best in Valley musicians, as top bands unite for a benefit concert
Vincent D'Onofrio may be the best actor of his generation, but who would notice?
Skip Spence made one brilliant album, then spent the next 30 years dying in obscurity. Now, a new tribute album is giving him life again.
As we reach the fifth anniversary of Doug Hopkins' suicide, his best music remains unheard by all but a few friends
Friends bid adieu to eccentric Tempe street artist and club fixture
Tempe's Pistoleros learn that the waiting really is the hardest part
Since the Great Depression, Izora Hill has helped the mentally ill, raised five children, worked as a cook, a teacher, a laundress and a janitor, invested in real estate, run for office, advised political leaders and spied on them. She achieved success as
The Chimeras are the Tempe band that would not die
Governor Symington has spoken of helping needy kids and improving the welfare system. His welfare agency, the Department of Economic Security, is famous for astonishing incompetence and children who die.
WITH HIS WIT AND EXPERT TV COMMENTARY, GARY MCCORD BRINGS PANACHE TO A PRIM AND PROPER GAME. BUT SOME GOLF PURISTS THINK HE'S OUT OF BOUNDS.