DJ Pete "SuperMix" SalazTo say that Pete Salaz wears a lot of hats would be a major understatement. The dude's not only trained in both Tai Chi Chuan and kung fu, but he's also a full-time parent, prize-winning salsa maker, and one of several managing partners of Bar Smith. (In the spirit of full ... More >>
Jeff Otto is the last one of three surviving arsonists to plead guilty in the June 14, 2009 torching of the Young Champions of America headquarters in PhoenixThe third member of a group of karate instructors who burned down the Young Champions of America headquarters last June, ... More >>
Latin American Carnaval parades into Tempe
No metal-chair skull-cracking allowed. Yet.
Worlds Most Dangerous Mans got his dojo workin
Soothing Japanese fest has the cure for what ails you
Jet Li goes out with a whimper, not a bang
Big dog flight at Encanto
Rage in the Cage promoter Roland Sarria lets loose the Valley's modern-day gladiators
Breaking all the rules
Our Dirty Phat Bastard rides solo at Shepherd's Super Soak-Her Sunday.
Smithsonian brings CultureFest to Valley
Aikido builds brain and brawn
Or, what does Miramax have against Asian films?
There really are a lot of interesting people in Phoenix
Central City cyclists discover downtown
Laurita Jiu-Jitsu and Karate Academy
Nikki's Bear Walk-A-Thon fuels fight against cancer
Kicking some serious dance moves
Mad Props humors Tempe
It's no art movie, but Bulletproof Monk finally gives American audiences the real Chow Yun-Fat
Fighting monks take their show on the road
Brazilian martial art draws devotees in Valley
Kung fu monks put meditation in motion
Heritage Park hosts two days of arts, culture and food
Homer Moore's got the rage, Celebrity Theatre has the cage
The raucous rhythms and superb athletics of Bale Folclorico da Bahia
By any other name, soundtrack or edit, The Legend of Drunken Master is still an action classic
Shaolin Warriors come to the Valley
Amateur fighters get down and dirty in Mesa
The senator says extreme fighting should be banned. You got a problem with that? Eddie Goldman does.
Amnesty International's Dr. Daniel Georges-Abeyie coolly argues the case against capital punishment in our hang-'em-high state
THEY'RE JUST A COUPLE OF NICE BOYS WHO CHOKE PEOPLE, CRACK JOINTS AND THROW THEIR WEIGHT AROUND. IT'S CALLED JUDO, AND THEY'RE NATIONAL CHAMPS.