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Looking for a place to puff
The cranky cockatoo criticizes Sheriff Joe's new jail mail policy, and agitates the agitators at last week's kooky counter-protest
Satire falls short of incendiary
The taloned one sucks up to breast-feeding MILFs, observes that Smoke Free Arizona ain't no pot initiative and squawks at union boss Billy Shields
A powerful addiction
Comic Attell makes his way to the Tempe Improv
Letters from the week of April 15,2004
Mark Brnovich stands up and opposes the smoking ban
King Tut Cafe & Catering
Long Wong's is still a smoky dive, but the smoke is on the patio
Letters from the week of November 14, 2002
Thousands of Arizonans smoke marijuana. Get over it.
The Original Hamburger Works
Letters from the week of July 4, 2002
Having a drink - but not a smoke - with the number one enemy of Proposition 200
The doors are closing on the Valley's most eclectic coffee house.
Fifty years into his career, Merle Haggard is still stubbornly going against the grain
The Famous Door
Is secondhand cigarette residue responsible for blues legend David Trippy's inoperable cancer?
25 East Monroe
Dialectrics' main man readies an intimate solo effort
The state's antitobacco ads get more nauseating--and popular--by the week
The struggle to undo Mesa's antismoking law ranges from the reasonable to the hysterical
Mayor Rimsza urges reticent council to embrace local antitobacco enforcement
Rimsza blasts cigarette makers, then endorses tobacco-industry legislation
There are Friends of Tobacco. And antismoking advocates worry that behind-the-scenes machinations may water down a state campaign to discourage teen smoking.