Nils Lofgren's ranch in Scottsdale almost feels hidden. It's not far from the city, from the clubs of Old Town and the shops at Scottsdale Fashion Square, but his large plot shares none of the bustle. It's secluded and quiet, with mesquite trees rustling in a soft breeze.
It's that fantastic time of the year again where the ballparks open up and out-of-towners start flooding into the Phoenix area. Whether you're excited to test drive the new Cubs' stadium or just looking to support the D-Backs in as many games as you possibly can, chances are you'll be hopping all ar ... More >>
[Editor's Note: In his column Serrano Time, award-winning writer and goofball Shea Serrano writes about his life and times.] I went running the other morning. I used to run all the time. I was in shape, and had a six-pack for a week. I then threw all of my shirts in the trash, which was not that sm ... More >>
They came, they saw, they protested, they partied. I'm talking about the local pro-immigrant activists who have been promising for at least a few weeks now to "shut down" the Phoenix Field Office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday, October 14. Though Monday was Columbus Day, a f ... More >>
If there were a field guide to spotting members of a political party, the Arizona Democrat would be listed as a "rare bird."Still, there are some identifiable types of Democrats from here, as observed in their natural habitats. Check out our run-down of 10 types of Arizona Dems: