Editor's note: Every couple weeks, Alan Scherstuhl, the film editor at our sister publication The Village Voice, will be taking a hard listen to the music in which millions of Americans soak. We're happy to share his findings. By Alan Scherstuhl Brad Paisley, Southern Comfort Zone Current Billboa ... More >>
Karl "Jack" Frost, who tried to make a "citizen's arrest" of a jogger last week in Gilbert, told police he struggles with "inner demons" now that he's no longer a police officer. Frost believes he was right to restrain the 52-year-old jogger, but police arrested him after the morning dust-up on sus ... More >>
Last week, one of the dudes hired by the Pittsburgh Pirates to run around in a pierogi costume was fired for comments he made about the team on Facebook. Not being from Pennsylvania, I could've cared less about the ridiculous mascot and his social media woes. But the incident did ... More >>
Put some lines in the water at Papago Park
As was widely reported at the end of last week, Jamie Foxx released his new video for the song "Blame It," and the response in the blogosphere has been one of elation. He's Jamie Foxx, for one thing -- and that alone opens him up to an endless roster of Academy Award-winning actors, directors and pr ... More >>
P-town's scratch-master sharpens his talons over Mayor Goober's crime stats, markers for dead cops and Jarrett Maupin's anti-N-word campaign
Right on 'cue
Valley export Mark Davis plots to kill his lounge-pimp alter ego, Richard Cheese
Tastes of 2004 that stuck to the ribs
Calico Cow's comfort menu of old-time favorites is as good as itgets
From the week of December 7, 2000
Valley church group finds salvation in Andy Griffith Show reruns
Busk Showalter, the Diamondbacks' workaholic manager, proves that there is crying in baseball.
Did Kiss rip off an old Alice Cooper anthem, or is this just a case of sincere homage?
L.A. pop band the Negro Problem makes an art of playful provocation
Clay Pigeons pokes and pries at country discomforts
IN 1978, THE SCOTTSDALE COPS HAD A DEAD CELEBRITY AND A GREAT SUSPECT. WHAT THEY DIDN'T HAVE WAS PROOF.