When it comes to shopping for Halloween candy, everyone knows the basics: no generics, no toothbrushes, no mystery baked goods, and if you're giving out king-sized candy bars, word will quickly spread through the trick-or-treat grapevine that your house is the jackpot. But what are the specific ca ... More >>
Yee-hawGet ready, Arizona: another John McCain-esque "build the danged fence" campaign ad is apparently on the horizon --this time, compliments of Congressional candidate Matt Salmon.GOP sources tell New Times Salmon headed down to the border last week to shoot an ad for his District 6 Congressio ... More >>
Who says you have to wait until the sun goes down to have a good time? After surviving another holiday visit with the family in Michigan, where a new rule was set each time the temperature dropped another five degrees (don't knock the nativity set over when you're fencing on the Wii, don't ... More >>
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Two serial murderers loom among us. Inside the case of the Baseline Killer's first Phoenix victim
Heartagrams and heavy living with H.I.M.'s Ville Valo
One infant dies with her head in a noose, another dies inside a toy chest. Each was in a father's care, and homicide cops want answers
Disco Bloodbath it ain't, but the raunch is real and the drinks are cheap at Jonny Noir's Filthy/Gorgeous
Despite all the sex toys, Tim Contreraz and Shawn Drake weren't exactly living together in bliss
Officer Dave Uribe's murder made no sense, until detectives made the killer as a doper bent on shooting a cop
Custard's last stand
Rival eateries play chicken
At 54, William Windsor sleeps in a crib, eats in a high chair and does it in his diaper -- by choice. Believe it.
Kreme and Jett court madness, drunkenness and death runnin' after absinthe's La Fée Verte.
Pay no attention to that action comic behind the movie
Representative Leah Landrum-Taylor just says "No" to cross burning
Whose Line cutups break out
Demons Dance Alone
The Residents' Petting Zoo (Cryptic/East Side Digital)
A ragtag group of Valley janitors says a local maintenance company needs to come clean with how it does business
Here and Now (Live!) (Sympathy for the Record Industry)
The life and high times of Phoenix cannabis crusader Christie Bohling
The recently rediscovered Lee Hazlewood finds his place among a new generation of fans
A man possessed, plumber turned amateur exorcist Paul Hernandez wants to get the Hell out of Phoenix.
To the Max satisfies if you're missing Michael Jordan
After a messy split, Sugar High returns, refining its sweet sound with Ice Cream Anti-Social
Bright days ahead for Mark Norman and Ghetto Cowgirl
Call me a heretic, but this follicle fashion is cause for sheer terror
Johnny Chan, the world's greatest poker player, stakes his reputation at a local Indian reservation casino
For gangbangers and delinquents, Project Challenge boot camp is a last chance to avoid prison
Gene Autry would turn over in his grave
Trashman finds that he can no longer enjoy a beer in peace
Dramatic justice not served by dinner theater's interactive courtroom melodrama
Valley power-pop scene takes a serious hit with the breakup of Sugar High
With Suge Knight in prison, onetime receptionist Norris Anderson is now the big man on Death Row
in*er*tia (in-ur-sha)-- 1: A property of matter by which it remains at rest unless acted upon by some external force. 2: A founding deejay in the Valley rave scene.
How hardy Texas cattle became prestige pets for the rich and nostalgic
WEEDING BETWEEN THE LINES AT AMERICA'S FIRST-EVER CANNABIS COMMERCE CONVENTION
EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT TINY TIM. DON'T ASK.
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