Dozens of medical-pot dispensaries dot the state from nearly every corner since the first one, Arizona Organix of Glendale, opened in November. A recent newsletter to patients released by the state Department of Health and obtained by New Times shows the addresses of 48 of these pioneering business ... More >>
If there seems to be an increase of pitas, laffas, and kabobs in the Valley over the next few months, look to the northeast -- they're coming from Denver, kind of. See also: - Sam Fox's The Yard, Featuring Culinary Dropout, to Open February 11: Think Live Music, Tetherball, and (Later) Oysters -Aa ... More >>
Just like many of you, I've been transfixed this weekend watching the TV news coverage of the slaughter of the innocents at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. And like a bad case of acid reflux, the national debate has begun -- for the umpteenth time -- over the issue of gun ... More >>
Today, the Phoenix location of Morton's The Steakhouse, located at 2501 East Camelback Road (in The Shops at the Esplanade), has been shuttered. The Denver Post reports the closing of the Phoenix Morton's and eight other locations across the country, each employing around 40-60 people, coincides wi ... More >>
Image: www.jensenfarms.comCantaloupes containing a potentially deadly bacteria that has killed 13 people were shipped to Arizona, but aren't known to have caused problems here, health officials said Tuesday.Dozens of people have been sickened by listeria in at least 14 of the 25 other states to w ... More >>
MCSO/Denver PostNorma Vera-NolaskoHere's a tip: If you're trying to fly to Mexico to evade a felony warrant, you may want to pony up the extra couple of bucks for a direct flight. Apparently, 37-year-old Norma Vera-Nolasko didn't heed that advice, as Phoenix police arrested her at Phoenix Sky Ha ... More >>
Tom Horne Republicans are anti-marijuana and anti-tax. Unless there's a buck to be made. Tom Horne, the state's new Attorney General, just came out in favor of taxing the medical marijuana soon to be sold in Arizona. True, a small tax on the product isn't such a bad idea. The pot shops will ... More >>
www.anotherblackconservative.comJeb Bush is not feelin' AZ's new immigration law.Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, brother of former President George W. Bush and a possible GOP presidential candidate himself, doesn't like Arizona's controversial new immigration law because, he says, his children ... More >>
An Arizona blogger is having a "Joe the Plumber" moment.He's not quite Joe the Plumber -- but a local blogger named Peter Fleckenstein is still in the midst of something akin to his 15 minutes of fame. And as Joe the Plumber would learn, that's both a good thing and a bad thing.For one thing, he' ... More >>
County Attorney Andrew Thomas is attempting to capitalize on a national trend by attacking local judges
What I wanna know is how long before someone attempts a dive off this puppy? If the Denver Post, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and certain online testimonials are to be believed, the much ballyhood Grand Canyon Skywalk may be a colossal dud, an eyesore, or at the very least, a rip-off. I have ... More >>
Denver's Rainville mines rocky new territory
Pensive Colorado quartet hits the Street
Arizona faces a "Waco-level" threat from Mormon fundamentalists.
On the trail of a bizarre hospital crime, New Times finds a cryogenically frozen head, a witch hunt for a wiccan and a stumped detective. And still nobody knows . . .
Jerry Colangelo got a crash course in baseball economics. Time will tell what his grade will be.
Arizonans will be asked to pay a share of $45.1 million retirement packages for three U S West executives