Just in time for a round of political debates and candidate forums -- including one tonight -- an anonymous letter to the Arizona State Bar Association has prompted an investigation of Lawrence Robinson, a candidate in the race for a District 8 seat on the Phoenix City Council. [Chicanos Por La Cau ... More >>
We finally got our hands on the arrest report for alleged kiddie-porn connoisseur John Landrum Jr. Aside from having hundreds of images and videos of "child erotica" stored on his computer, he was actually downloading more as the cops entered his home to arrest him.It also turns out that Landrum' ... More >>
Much-revered, rarely seen film finally gets its due
Meth addiction isn't impossible to beat -- but the treatment's not cheap. And good luck finding it
Black people calling Phoenix the promised land? The Katrina evacuees in the Valley haven't been getting out enough
Arizona's prisons are packed. Building more would cost millions. Governor Janet Napolitano wants to lockup even more people. But others say it may be time to let a few out.
Sun City's very own Nasty Stanley holds the key to perpetual virginity
Another kind of retro: Three different bands speak on the Hypno-Twists' demise.
Billy Joe Shaver has a stunning new album in stores. But he can't enjoy it.
The dearth of affordable housing has reached the crisis stage
After a decade of legal battles, the unsinkable Robert Burns is once again shaping his dream metropolis of Sun Valley
Billy Bragg and Wilco continue to decipher the mystery and misunderstood legend of Woody Guthrie with the second installment of Mermaid Avenue
Home on derange after a three-year absence, local stage stalwart John Sankovich whips Quills into shape
For the price of a can of soda, you can give love and shelter to some of the neediest, most neglected albums of the last century
Veteran Valley female impersonator Tish Tanner bows out
Everyone has his crossovers to bear, but doesn't rock have enough problems without Garth Brooks signing up for membership?
Twenty years ago-- as gangs began their rise in the valley-shortsighted civic leaders slashed youth programs. Today's troubled kids are still paying the price.
Exhuming Arizona's most notorious prostitute
April 22-28, 1999
Yesteryear's Big Eye art is still raising eyebrows
He survived two bullets in the face from a man he claims killed five in South Phoenix last month
Seagram's merger invites a look into how the suits took record labels away from the true music enthusiasts
Phoenix Community Alliance's new plan for the Capitol Mall sends the homeless scrambling while the city looks the other way
A dying narcotics agent opens his files, and out pours Miguel, just one of a legion of Mexicans who embraced drug-running as their ticket to the American dream
May 7 - 13, 1998
Spanging, squatting and looking for Hot Dog Jesus with Tempe's street kids
An obscure old folk album reveals a place where stories--both spoken and sung--are priceless heirlooms
THE BLOND BOMBER FROM TEXAS STILL HAS A LOTTA RHYTHM LEFT IN HIS ROCKIN' BONES
THOSE THINGS THAT CLUTTERED THE FLOOR OF YOUR CAR IN THE SEVENTIES ARE NOW COLLECTIBLE TO RETRO-FIEND GARY MARTIN
LEROY JACKSON TRANSFORMED HIMSELF FROM A PHOENIX STREET WINO INTO A CHARISMATIC NAVAJO ENVIRONMENTALIST. HIS FRIENDS THINK HE WAS MURDERED FOR HIS EFFORTS.