It's "Candidates Day" at North Scottsdale Christian, a conservative, non-denominational place of worship just north of Pima Road and Dynamite Boulevard, where about 60 Democratic, Libertarian, and Republican candidates have assembled on a recent Sunday to introduce themselves. The politicians are a ... More >>
www.paperbackswap.comOver the past few weeks, the Catholic Diocese of Phoenix has researched and cataloged an index of its clergymen accused of sexually abusing kids, and now it's now releasing their identities to the public. Spearheaded by Bishop Thomas Olmsted, the Catholic Diocese of Phoe ... More >>
Prior to allegedly being responsible for the deaths of three people in a make-shift death tent, snakeoil salesman James Arthur Ray reportedly told participants of his "Spiritual Warrior" self-help retreat near Sedona in 2009 that when they emerged from the sweat lodge, they will have "faced [thei ... More >>
Sometimes people ask me, "Martin, why are you so hard on noted junkie and sometimes rock singer Scott Weiland?"Well, for one, because he's a pathetic piece of trash who makes donations to a "charity" that's actually just his late brother's family. Also, because he seems to have been caught lip-sy ... More >>
Celebrate thirty years of awesome Pride
Scott Weiland's back, without STP and heroin
Shanleys old-school Sister calls out the Catholic Church
The foul fowl crows over Scottsdale's vote-down of the anti-lap-dance prop, a major slap-down of Mayor Mary Manross
Too bad it stands a snowball's chance in the Sonoran Desert of passing, because a bill banning armed Minutemen makes sense
The plumed wonder on Roosevelt Row artists who hate crazies, Scottsdale's refunding of 1,964 camera tickets and the new Catholic homophobia
Letters from the issue of Thursday, July 21, 2005
Cher was a whole other thing
Letters from the week of March 10, 2005
Letters from the week of March 3, 2005
Move Over, ALCOR. Phoenix-based Preserve A Life wants to make sure the dearly departed are ready for their close-ups.
Letters from the week of April 29, 2004
Our resident foodie travels to the far reaches of the Valley for the best sushi
What Would Jesus Do?
The "asylums" depicted in The Magdalene Sisters undermine both the Catholic Church and the popular image of Ireland
Letters from the week of June 12, 2003
Priest accused of child molesting ,as well as fathering a baby girl, shielded by Bishop Thomas O'Brien
'Postmodern' pastor digs rock 'n' roll, loathes religion, but loves Jesus
God willing, Late Nite Catechism is a class worth cutting
The bandit Jesus Malverde has been dead for nearly a century. He's still wanted on both sides of the border.