Miniature Tigers Crescent Ballroom Thursday, March 8 See the full Miniature Tigers slideshow here. I'm gonna go ahead and start with the general takeaway feeling from Thursday night's lineup of four, under-the radar(ish) bands playing before an audience of Phoenix's finest (and drunkest) indie ... More >>
Zach Fowle Alicia Jorgensen Veterans of the food industry will attest that while it's one thing to begin working in an established restaurant, it's another thing entirely to be part of the crew that opens a new one. The experience can be stressful, especially at an eatery as hyped-up as Be ... More >>
Rodney GlassmanAside from having a law degree, U.S. Senate candidate Rodney Glassman has a Ph.D. in arid land resource sciences.The subject of arid land resource science may bore you to tears but his dissertation on the subject is somewhat entertaining. That's because it seems some of it was writ ... More >>
www.chichi2121.comIf you happen to be cheating on your significant other, you better be prepared to hide, wash, or burn your undies after the deed is done, thanks to a Phoenix laboratory that's offering its DNA testing services to people who suspect they're being cheated on.For about $100, ... More >>
Global warming threatens to sink Santa's workshop and push reindeer toward extinction, a renowned climatologist tells New Times. As we've read in recent months, climate change could melt the ice cap at the North Pole during the summer in 10 to 20 years, according to some estimates. Scientists aren't ... More >>
A breakfast that makes you go "mmm?" Not in Chandler, reportedly, where a teacher said his McDonald's bag contained a special ingredient: A live scorpion. Jeff Tallman, according to Channel 15 (KNXV-TV), found the critter along with his meal last Friday morning afte ... More >>
Everybodys all-American on desert-island tour
Jonathan McNamaraThe Koi Pond at the Japanese Friendship Garden If you've been to the Ro Ho En Japanese Friendship Garden lately you may have noticed how green it is. No, we're not talking about the vegetation. We're referring to the water in the koi pond. Japanese gardens, even those in Japan, ar ... More >>
Arizona Game and Fish employees have become the first ever in the United States to capture a wild jaguar.The gorgeous, spotted cat in this picture was captured southwest of Tucson and quickly released with a satellite tracking collar. The cat weighed 118 pounds and was in good health, says the news ... More >>
So we've all heard Al Gore foretell the end of days in his Oscar-winning doc An Inconvenient Truth. But let's be honest: Al Gore, God love him, isn't the most, shall we say, engaging of speakers. This is the man who made kissing his own wife look creepy and robotic. So when we heard that the Arizona ... More >>
And were not talking about Ron Paul
by Amy Silverman Ice, ice baby. Well, maybe not. I know ice is all any of us want, right about now, but beware. After my gross discovery last week, I decided to focus on ice and drinks (and the stuff that they come out of) as a theme this week. Makes me want to stick to my bottles of Propel, ... More >>
And were not talking about Ron Paul
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Schwarzenegger reproduces the best of all his movies with a conceptual twist in The 6th Day
Why sales of pressurized laughing gas are sky high in Arizona
That's a question Phoenix Fire Department officials are asking as firefighters continue to test positive for tuberculosis
Judge flushes allegations that water was tainted by Motorola
Dave Wegner's career with the Bureau of Reclamation seemed to be at peak flow. He had no idea it was about to run dry.
Where endangered Sonoran pronghorn antelope play under the roar of U.S. Air Force jets on live-fire bombing exercises
From spikedaces to spotted owls, the Southwest Center for Biological Diversity has logged the legal system and rewritten the book on environmental activism
THERE ARE 34 SPECIES OF SCORPIONS IN ARIZONA. ONE OF THEM IS IN YOUR SHOE.