On a sunny Saturday morning in April, more than two dozen men, women, and children march up Central Avenue, on the final stretch of the Pride parade. The pro-gay march has taken place in Phoenix every year since 1981, but it's the first time this particular group has joined the thousands of people c ... More >>
David Dimmick isn't much of a braggart -- at least as far as we can tell -- but he's got every effin' right to be. Since becoming a DJ in 1996, the dude's C.V. includes sharing stages with some pretty stellar icons from hip-hop history, like the Wu-Tang Clan, Pharohe Monarche, A Tribe Called Quest, ... More >>
www.icanhazcheezburger.comRemember last summer when Glendale police found what appeared to be the beginning stages of a sex dungeon being built in the backyard of alleged kiddy-porn connoisseur William Willis? Well, he was released on bail as his case works its way through the court system, and h ... More >>
Chef Charleen Badman's interest in food stems from two unlikely sources: Her mom's less-than-stellar cooking and the teenage dream of owning a car. What started as a means to dream fulfillment - both edibility and mobility - grew into a passion for food that has Badman traversing continents and stak ... More >>
www.buffalorising.com Carl Paladino, the Republican nominee for governor in New York.Most people convicted of a hit-and-run DUI in Arizona have a tough time getting a job at McDonald's. One man, however, has overcome the limitations of a DUI conviction and landed himself a pretty sweet gig ... More >>
Ed Magedson calls himself an advocate. His enemies call him an extortionist
Another winning season ends for Pat Murphy and his baseball team. Now, it's ASU management's turn at bat
The Psychedelic Furs' Richard Butler turns punk Sinatra on his heartbroken solo disc
Phoenix's downtown is not a place for artists and business owners looking for a fashionable address or an established scene. But it's just right for those who want to blaze urban trails into a city with a suburban soul
Jarret Maupin is the reverend Al's handpicked protégé. Is Phoenix City Hall ready?
As Dirt McGirt growls louder, Russell Jones becomes invisible before our eyes
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
From streetwalker to Wall Street, Candy Wilson has flown high and fallen hard. Now, her failing brokerage and anti-porn Internet company have left a trail of angry investors.
Eating with Jim Rose is a picnic, if not a circus
Power-pop icon Marshall Crenshaw refuses to be pigeonholed as a nerdy relic of the early '80s
The man who created Josie and the Pussycats can't understand why his girls don't belong to him
Music critics reveal their deepest, darkest record-buying secrets in New Times' annual poll
Meet the Parents' premarital mayhem has a too-familiar ring
Sonny Vincent, still on the road less traveled
Trash-talking abortionist Dr. Brian Finkel has a message for pro-life zealots: "Kiss my ass."
Long hailed by his peers, Ahmad Jamal at last has the critics firmly in his corner
How a baton twirler from Filer, Idaho, grew up to be Scottsdale's Mayor Sam Campana
Phoenix theater companies love his work, even if audiences always don't
A Tempe activist wins the first round in a civic skirmish to soften the city's innovative rental-housing rules. But look for a new and improved version later this year, after landlords and tenants forge a compromise code.
Metalhead murder trial exhumed in documentary Paradise Lost
Clients of deprogrammer Rick Ross call him a savior. Perhaps that's why people he's branded cult leaders want to crucify him.
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