Ninety percent of medical-marijuana cardholders didn't qualify for nothing but "chronic and severe pain," as Channel 5's Morgan Loew reported last week, the director of the Arizona Department of Health Services told us this morning. New Times writer Matthew Hendley wrote several articles recently a ... More >>
Based on the cops' account, 64-year-old Eugene Maraventano's alleged murder of his wife and son were pathetic.Not only did Maraventano allegedly stab both of them to death for extraordinarily poor reasons, but he also tried unsuccessfully for the next four days to kill himself.See also:-Eugene Marav ... More >>
Love is in the air -- and as with other airborne pathogens, you'd prefer to keep a safe distance. For the Hallmark haters and the Valentine adverse, Chow Bella has put together a list of the 5 least romantic cocktails around. Order one for yourself or send some over as a gritty gesture to the PDA co ... More >>
Bring your Yuletide-inspired frowny face to Cruisin 7th
Foxy Shazam front man Eric Nally made a very interesting point about the private lives of rock stars when I spoke to him last week. He brought up the factor of their ambiguity and how they were considered to be characters that all their fans wanted to know everything about even though they were n ... More >>
Phoenix Pride shows the Valley some loving
courtesy of www.PhotosByJoseMunoz.com Mary Rose Wilcox at St. Anthony's in Phoenix this Monday Long before the judges and lawyers got into the act (excepting such stalwarts as Danny Ortega and Antonio Bustamante, who've been active since the beginning), Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose W ... More >>
Youll laugh. Youll cry. Youll heave.
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Objectivists screen film by controversial naysayer
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Searching for a Former Clarity
Punk with a conscience
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Memorial Rodeo hits the ring
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Valley lab aims to catch adulterers with their dirty underpants down
Finally, a Baltimore Waltz that gives AIDS the treatment it deserves
THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S HARD-LINE POLICY ON GUN CASES HAS GOTTEN HIM GOOD PRESS. IT'S ALSO CLOGGED THE COURTS, COST A LOT OF MONEY AND NEEDLESSLY IMPRISONED FIRST OFFENDERS.