Phoenix has been blasted by The Republic because it believes the city wrecked its chances to house a Barry Goldwater Library. There's been considerable angst over the city not jumping on a project that bears the Goldwater name. "Phoenix's dropped ball is now in Mesa's hands, and Mesa deserves great ... More >>
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The family feud at the Phoenix Fire Department
You've seen the G-rated HBO documentary on the Arizona legend, but there was so much more to Goldy than that
Hi, Mom! I'm crossing the border!
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The story you never read on the back of a baseball card
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Gay activist spent 1,000 often harrowing hours aboard 'spy plane' at center of U.S.-China crisis
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Superchunk's Jon Wurster talks about the group's new album, rocking indie style in Taiwan and being name-checked by Bruce Cockburn
Johnny Chan, the world's greatest poker player, stakes his reputation at a local Indian reservation casino
Yesteryear's Big Eye art is still raising eyebrows
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The "Phoenix Lights" made Frances Emma Barwood the darling of the global space-alien lobby. And it'stransformed computer geek Jim Dilettoso into a star in the UFO firmament.
Their record company just dumped them; Fiesta Bowl sponsors think they're dips; but Tempe still love its Refreshments
ARIZONA'S TRADE REPRESENTATIVE TO MEXICO WAS CUTTING DEALS WITH HIS FRIENDS AND FAMILY. A SECRETARY REPORTED THE PROBLEM--AND PROMPTLY GOT CANNED.
Slugging it out in the slow-overhead world of snail ranching