Say bye-bye to Chad Tracy, who's pretty much done as a Diamondback.This is how the Arizona Diamondbacks' abortion of a season ends, not with a whimper but a bang: The bungling boys in Sedona red took two of three from the Chicago Cubs over the weekend in the Windy City to bring a merciful e ... More >>
Doug Davis: The D-Backs' defense did him in early.By the time the Arizona Diamondbacks caught up to San Francisco Giants pitcher Barry Zito on Wednesday night, the little things had all but done the D-Backs in. And by the "little things," we mean putting down a sacrifice bunt, throwing accurately to ... More >>
Harry Potter tribute band The Remus Lupins are scheduled to perform at the Scottsdale Public Library's Mustang Branch on Saturday. Who says there's nothing to do during the summertime besides planting yourself in front of either the television or the air conditioner? Certainly not us, since we've a ... More >>
Martin CizmarLucero: Music to mosh to!Dear ex-hardcore kids,Please stop ruining roots music.Look, I get it, you're pretty much aged out of hardcore shows, but you're covered in tattoos and have plugs in your earlobes, and it's hard to find a scene. Every band you've ever liked seems to be starting a ... More >>
Down them stairs, lose them cares
Videos lay down soundtrack for the skateboard generation
Is NBT the next mockumentary cult classic?
Soulful rap artists make it hurt pretty
The story of a doomed relationship makes up the Good Life's new album
Teatro Bravo returns to the Verge
Pela's play predictions
Holy saccharine. Absolve this man of his sinful affection for pop-punk.
Letters from the week of October 17, 2002
The Soul and the Edge: The Best of Johnny Paycheck (Columbia/Legacy)
Arizona's gay rodeo is one of the largest and most competitive in the country. And that's no bull.
Susan Clark-Johnson has yet to leave the board of directors of Harrah's Entertainment
The nation's largest newspaper chain buys the state's biggest paper -- but will anyone even notice the difference?
Johnny Cash sings of Love, God, Murder and how all three make him a legend
Robin Wilson and the Gas Giants have a phantom hit
Three-chord heroes take the hokey out of karaoke
Jack Rose was a golden boy, a precocious businessman and political insider. Then he ran into a buzz saw at the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Ragtag downtown neighborhood gets a touch of the iron
Afterthoughts on the 1999 Burning Man Festival, from a four-year veteran
Exhuming Arizona's most notorious prostitute
Playing with fire at the 1997 Burning Man festival
Sky Harbor shows provide a sense of place, however fleeting
Garage-pop heroes rebound from rhythm-section implosions
ASU's 5 AZ Pieces scores a 10
Strange days and fiery nights at the 1996 Burning Man Festival
FOR THE ARIZONA THUNDERSTORM CHASERS, THE SKY'S THE LIMIT. AND THEREIN LIES THE RUB.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN LAUGHLIN, NEVADA, AND CLINT'S WELL, ARIZONA, YOU MIGHT FIND THE MEANING OF LIFE IN THE '90S. ROGJT.
THE FORMER OAKLAND A'S PITCHER GOT ENTANGLED IN THE THEFT OF A MILLION-DOLLAR PICASSO. EXCEPT IT WASN'T A PICASSO.
SHIREE FOSTER WAS TREATED LIKE A BLONDE JOKE UNTIL SHE MET JOE STEDINO. THEN IT GOT WORSE.
THE STRUGGLE BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTALISTS AND INDUSTRY OVER PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS HAS TAKEN ON A RELIGIOUS FERVOR
The ghosts of Christmas trees past