A Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled yesterday that the city of Glendale must reveal records by Friday that show what incentives it's offering to a new owner of the Phoenix Coyotes ice hockey team. Among the potential team buyers are Chicago White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf, and Daryl Jones o ... More >>
Pizza, beer and lobsters? The lobster claw game at Bostons's Pizza Kitchen in Tempe. It appears the claw's on the other foot for area lobsters as the newest rage in crustacean entertainment is hitting area bars harder than the whipping tail of a lobster heading fo ... More >>
Robert J. Maynard Jr., the LifeLock founder who resigned from his own company after New Times revealed his lies and shady past, is now the CEO of an ocean adventure business in Waikiki. A Federal Trade Commission order from the 1990s apparently bars Maynard Jr. from returning in ... More >>
Chandler police say they've lost 685 crime scene photos, because tech workers neglected to back up computer files. The photos were used as evidence in 23 cases, ranging from domestic violence to death...Tom Fraker, CEO of Special Olympics Arizona, has resigned. The board has formed a search committe ... More >>
Be swept away on page and screen
Current shows, exhibitions, and installations
Current exhibits, installations, and shows
Artist Gwyneth Scally swims with the jellyfish
The Studio Albums 1967-1968
That whole talking-animal genre? Let's be done with it
JAWS Unleashed is as sloppy as it is gory
Why them? Why now?
No shades of gray in Antarctic survival doc
Lee Lee Oriental Supermarket
Cruel, vapid and unfunny, this Shark bites
Blair Witch meets Jaws
50 First Dates is a patchy toss-off strictly for Sandler fans
Phoenix Zoo rolls out the peril
San Carlos Bay Seafood Restaurant
Cherryblossom Noodle Cafe
Parents, take heart: Finding Nemo is better than the average Disney 'toon
Wildlife World Zoo
Pool & Brew
From the week of December 13–19, 2001
Ecologists are still trying to spin their phony 'Save the Whale' campaign
From the week of December 6–12, 2001
Environmental groups sent out a worldwide call to save the gray whale from a Mexican salt plant. They got millions of dollars and thousands of new members. But scientists found no threat to the whales.
Mexican officials were quite capable of stopping one of the world's largest corporations on their own
At the same time hundreds of dead gray whales were washing up on beaches, their birthrate was plunging. Theories abound, but little hard data has been gathered to solve this environmental puzzle.
When the captain brought the journalist along on the whale hunt, the elders predicted trouble. The elders were right. The whale tried to kill them all.
From the week of August 2, 2001
Chowing down in Cave Creek with the choreographer to the stars.
The Western Pacific gray whale, once thought extinct, clings to life in a remote Siberian sea. Biologists fear their research is providing cover for massive oil drilling that threatens to wipe out this lost tribe once and for all.
Siberian Eskimos on the edge of the Earth and the brink of starvation saved their lives and their culture by reviving the lost tradition of whale hunting. Now they worry the gray whales are poisoned.
The majestic gray whale inspires awe, conflict and troubling environmental questions from the icy seas of Russia to the warm lagoons of Baja.
A couple of upcoming movie events may provide some relief from the midsummer night's cinema doldrums
Mixmaster Mike takes his turntable wizardry on tour with the Beastie Boys
An edifying look at James Cameron's first movie, Piranha II: The Spawning