Phoenix has the eighth most LGBT-friendly businesses per capita in the nation.Vocativ, a media company that relies on data mining, made the discovery as part of its effort to find the most LGBT-friendly cities in America. Although Phoenix has a lot of LGBT businesses, it did not land on the list of ... More >>
The Arizona Cardinals have a problem figuring out the tight end thing, as evidenced in the Cards' 20-32 to the San Francisco 49ers yesterday.49ers tight end Vernon Davis caught eight passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns. Gee, who would've thought a team would try to throw to the tight end against ... More >>
If your car-buying options in Scottsdale seem to be getting a little weak, don't worry -- McLaren's coming.Consider the McLaren P1, a 903-horsepower hybrid. Of course, you'll need $1.15 million, which is a little on the high side.
Benny Benassi and Congorock @ Marquee Theatre|10/25/12 Last night was a late night -- things didn't kick off until 11 p.m., with Italian-born Congorock starting things off, and progressive house master Benny Benassi not taking the stage until well after midnight. Maybe it was the late hour, but des ... More >>
Mitt Romney promised on Thursday night to put Americans back to work and help give the country the rewards it deserves. Following speeches by Clint Eastwood and others at the Republican National Convention from Tampa, Florida, Romney touted his business credentials and Mormon faith as qualities th ... More >>
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See also Babeu's Mexican Ex-Lover Says Sheriff's Attorney Threatened Deportation See also Babeu Turns Distortion of Truth in to An Art Form A blurb posted on Facebook by Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu treats us to an oldie-but-goodie phrase right out of his Book of Babeuisms -- y'know, those ph ... More >>
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People around the country reacted differently to last week's Supreme Court decision to uphold the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare."Amber Leah Gardner sure had a unique reaction.Gardner's apparent response was to go to a Mesa deli with a stone hammer, rant about O ... More >>
Wikfors on Sunday Square Off, sparking a firestorm Mitt Romney may be attempting a shift to the center on immigration, but word has yet to trickle down to the hardcore nativists of the Arizona Republican Party.As the GOP presidential hopeful was in Florida yesterday trying to woo the National A ... More >>
www.funnybabytshirts.comNational Football League officials will receive Arizona's official bid to host the 2015 Super Bowl today, which -- as we noted in April -- means one thing: thousands and thousands of underage hookers will invade the state to cash in on the testosterone of Super Bowl weeke ... More >>
Image: Ethan Miles' Facebook siteThis isn't Ethan Miles, obviously, but Miles -- who posted this picture as his Facebook profile -- apparently shares John Lennon's sentiments.A Flagstaff man was among 14 people arrested today by the FBI as part of an investigation into last December's hack of Pay ... More >>
bustedtees.com Could be America's wallet, too.A Canadian financial institution released a survey saying one in five maple leaf-ers want to hop the border to live in the United States, and before you yell "border fence," consider their intent: they want to invest in America's housing market ... More >>
Skankstress Katy Perry just announced a tour date for Phoenix's Comerica Theatre on August 3.It's part of a "California Dreams" tour that starts on June 7 in Atlanta and runs through August 14, the second show in Katy's hometown Santa Barbara, California. Tickets, priced pretty modestly at $3 ... More >>
The Maine are playing a much-hyped show at The Nile Theatre in Mesa next Friday.Actually, though, that's just the mid-point in a massive tour to promote their Billboard-charting second album Black & White. They team up with Never Shout Never for a tour of small theaters and large clubs starti ... More >>
www.yankees2000.comAfter a pathetic showing in the '09 season, most D-backs fans would probably prefer that the lovable losers not play anyone next season, let alone the soon to be World Series Champion New York Yankees.Unfortunately for Phoenicians who don't just go to Chase Field when the ... More >>
Courtesy of The Lucky Princess Boutique Don't you wish your kids wore hot clothes like Raul Ibanez's daughters? Take a look at this behind-the-scenes video (courtesy of MLB.com) from Monday's 2009 All-Star Game Home Run Derby and let us know what you think of the cool threads on display. Adorable, ... More >>
The biggest game in Arizona Cardinals history -- the second-biggest in Arizona sports history -- is over, and what can we take away from it? Sure the Cardinals snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, but they certainly had the odds-makers in Vegas sweating. For the fourth g ... More >>
The Phoenix Suns longest road trip of the year was a disaster -- until the Big Three (no, not those Big Three) found a way to win against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. We're talking about Steve Nash, Amar'e Stoudemire, and Shaquille O'Neal. Nash played so brilliantly against the Hawks ... More >>
This unidentified westside cat, who's apparently living large, was a previous target of Nik Richie's scorn. Call me crazy, but has TheDirty.com gotten a little tired? Don't get me wrong, I've had loads of fun gawking at ribald snapshots of Ed Hardy-clad scenesters or other human train wrecks that ... More >>
In our wildest dreams, we never thought we'd be saying Arizona Cardinals and Super Bowl in the same breath. We never thought we'd be saying Arizona Cardinals and two consecutive playoff wins in the same breath. But here Kurt Warner (pictured) and the Cardinals are, ... More >>
Parents are being told to sleep babies on their backs to avoid SIDS. The medical establishment has ignored the unintended consequences -- and that's making one Tempe company very, very successful
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Marc Anthony's rabid fans divulge the key to his Latin-pop crossover triumph, and the rules of salsa
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In 1998, the Phoenix Civic Plaza lost $20 million. City officials don't mind. They made up the loss with your tax money, just as they do every year.
Robin Wilson and the Gas Giants have a phantom hit
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The Church of Scientology has a reputation for ruthlessly going after its enemies. Robert Cipriano claims Scientologists rewarded him for helping them do just that. Now he's turned on them.
The taxpayers would get soaked and the Arizona Cardinals would get fat at Rio Salado Crossing
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THE OFFICE OF THE COURT MONITOR IS SUPPOSED TO HOLD THE MENTAL-HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM ACCOUNTABLE TO ITS CLIENTS. BUT NOBODY'S BEEN HOLDING THE OFFICE ITSELF ACCOUNTABLE.
FRED SCHRADER WOULDN'T PULL THE TRIGGER IF HIS LIFE DEPENDED ON IT. UNFORTUNATELY IT DID.
WAIT 'TIL SQUARE ONE BECOMES A PARKING LOT