If you ask any of the local musicians that have performed at The Sail Inn what they'll miss about the Tempe venue -- and we did -- you can expect its outdoor stage to be one of the most common answers. And probably some memories about all the many great shows they either saw or participated in while ... More >>
decker. @ Sail Inn|3/1/13Sedona-based songwriter Brandon Decker bounced around the Sail Inn like a pinball, shaking hands, raising drinks, and grooving intently to the lineup of bands dueling between two stages. Decker's a humble enough guy, but it was impossible to deny: Last night was his night. T ... More >>
Welcome to Vine Geeks, with your hostess on all things wine, Kate Crowley. Crowley is not a sommelier, but learned to pour a glass of wine properly at ten years of age -- because it is an important life skill to master early. See also: - 10 Favorite Metro Phoenix Wine Bars - Wine Tasting 101. L ... More >>
Raymond P. Perry, president and CEO of Arriba Mexican Grill, a local New Mexican-style Mexican food chain with six locations in the Valley, was among four people killed on Saturday when their helicopter crashed into the Verde River on a flight from Sedona to the Scottsdale Airport, the Republic repo ... More >>
If you know a guy with these tattoos, call the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office.Yavapai County sheriff's deputies found the unidentified body of a man floating in the Verde River Saturday night, and they're hoping tattoos (pictured) on the man's body will help investigators figure out who he is.A ... More >>
Yavapai County sheriff's deputies found the unidentified body of a man floating in the Verde River Saturday night, and authorities are asking for the public's help in figuring out who he is.About 5:45 p.m. Saturday, Yavapai County sheriff's deputies responded to a call of a man's body floating in ... More >>
In the 24-hour news cycle, it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries:
Inside, outside just get wet
The Southwest's last free-flowing stream ran dry for eight days in mid-July. It's time to act
Letters from the issue of Thursday, June 2, 2005
Are 18 birds in the nest worth 21 billion gallons of water down the drain?
Bookman's hosts its own "March Madness"
Business and environmentalists agreed for once, and a beautiful Arizona stream will return to us.
Canoeists conquer the Verde
Photographer Jack Stuler whets passion for nature
The new governor appears to have double-crossed environmental supporters in choosing some new agency heads.
Yavapai children used to call themselves "dumb Indians." Now they know better.
It's all quiet on the Preserve front
Cruising the Valley's irrigation system with the zanjeros, ditch riders of the old Southwest
Tolerance of ranching puts The Nature Conservancy at odds with the environmental community
Natives finally glean a few reparations for a legacy of genocide
Ninety years ago, an electric company harnessed all 14 miles of Fossil Creek. Now, environmentalists want the water set free.
Should boom towns like Prescott let little things like water shortages keep them from growing?
State official harshly criticizes Phelps Dodge environmental record; mining firm's development delayed
Phelps Dodge wants to turn a dusty plain of toxic mine tailings into what it says is an environment-friendly golf course near the Verde River. No one can be sure whether the unprecedented plan will work. But that hasn't stopped anyone from fighting abo
THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S HARD-LINE POLICY ON GUN CASES HAS GOTTEN HIM GOOD PRESS. IT'S ALSO CLOGGED THE COURTS, COST A LOT OF MONEY AND NEEDLESSLY IMPRISONED FIRST OFFENDERS.
WHEN ITS YOUTHS FALTERED IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS, THE TRIBE LOOKED WITHIN