Think back on a gig you saw six or seven years ago, and about how much the landscape in our fair city has physically changed since. Now try imagining a gig from 46 or 47 years ago, and how much history has been paved over--then you'll get some idea of the amount of digging Arizona music historian Jo ... More >>
Cory Wells of Three Dog Night.Chances are you're familiar with the music of Three Dog Night. It was either popular while you, or your parents, were in high school, or just enough of it has permeated popular culture (especially TV, movies, and commercials) that you can't help but recognize that op ... More >>
Ron Sterr, the principal of Litchfield Elementary School who sent a "joke" letter to teachers berating students' intelligence, has been demoted. The school board voted with a 4-1 vote to have Sterr demoted to assistant principal at another school. The majority of parents who spoke at the board me ... More >>
KTAR Morning Man Darrell AnkarloThe ultra-"moral" morning man for 92.3 FM (KTAR), Darrell Ankarlo, returned to the airwaves with a vengeance today, after a five month absence after a car accident that nearly ended his career.
Cancer could have killed Jane Fendelman. Instead, it brought her back to life. And her video documentation of her painful treatment and miraculous recovery (which she edited and released as a documentary titled Jane Doe) has brought her accolades -- most recently, a nomination at the Inter ... More >>
The Coward of the County finally goes toe-to-toe with Dan Saban -- in this video, if nowhere else. Activist Dennis Gilman, the Michael Moore of the local lefty community, has made happen what no one thought was possible this election cycle: A debate between challenger Dan Saban and our cowardly, co ... More >>
The cleated tweeter tackles O.J. Simpson, The PHX's hip-hop Klan war, and Police Chief Harris' second helpings of salary pie
If you tuned into MTV's Video Music Awards this year, you may have noticed one big thing: they sucked. Between Britney Spears' underwhelming performance (note to Brit: your career is over; you might as well pose for Playboy while your body is still somewhat nubile), Kanye West's temper tant ... More >>
Kid (right) with Ruben (left) and LL Cool J (center). ***UPDATED WITH COMMENT FROM POWER VP NAT GALVIN BELOW*** Hip-hop radio employees slipping on KKK hoods to pay a visit to their rivals? As incredible as it sounds, that's the tale told by a lawsuit filed August 21 by 101.5 Jamz DJ Krazy Kid Ste ... More >>
The feisty finch spars with KTAR's Darrell Ankarlow-brow, suggests anger management for an Assistant P-town police chief, and skewers fake Art Detour Gypsies
The taloned one takes on the 9/11 liars' confab in Chandler and rips the white sheet off right-wing radio hatemonger "Dumbass Darrell" Ankarlo
Fernwood 2Nite's Barth Gimble (Martin Mull, left) and Jerry Hubbard (Fred Willard, right). Think Greg Patterson's a fan? How do you know when someone's brain has been gnawed away by provincialism? I'm not talking about reporting or discussing local events, restaurants, bars, happenings, etc ... More >>
A Hall of Fame is born
McFarlane's got toys for tots and tools
Arizona filmmakers keep it reel
The Spike has been moving and shaking with the best of them lately
You've seen Legally Blonde, but did you know Elle Woods really grew up in Paradise Valley?
Make downtown attractive to locals, not to outsiders wearing knee socks and nametags. It only makes sense.
Fans remember Valley icons
A new play raises the curtain on the off-screen life of Arizona's favorite TV clown
Should journalists sign a confidentiality agreement to attend a Survivor party? The Spike votes that idea off the table.
'Warped kids' are the nuts on the topping
Skippy to Phoenix: "It's All Good"
Wallace & Ladmo Show channels beloved Valley TV nut fest
March 26-April 1, 1998
In the sixth congressional district, J.D. Hayworth and Steve Owens have run campaigns so devoid of content it's almost scary
Sam and the son of Sam want Mofford to step aside
It takes more than money to buy your dreams