SPLCCan you spot the Sand Landers in this cover art?Arizona has made the cover of the Summer 2010 issue of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Report magazine, but for all the wrong reasons, as you might expect.The issue is devoted to the resurgent "patriot" movement, a conspiratorial gra ... More >>
Cristopher Broughton (left) and Pastor Anderson outside church Sunday night: Anyone else thinking of a certain Gnarls Barkley tune? Before I hit you with my account of this Sunday's evening service at Tempe's Faithful Word Baptist Church -- home to Obama-death-wish preacher Steven An ... More >>
from usadefender1's YouTube site Thar he blows! Neo-Nazi J.T. Ready spouts off, as Republican Mike Harris looks onThere was so much attention paid to anarcho-libertarian AR-15 bearer Christopher Broughton in the wake of President Barack Obama's visit to Phoenix last Monday that some of the ... More >>
as seen on Freedom's Phoenix The sort of racist filth they find amusing over at Ernie Hancock's Freedom's Phoenix (see below) According to local news reports, Arizona's office of tourism is all worked up about Arthur Frommer's blog comments regarding Arizona wackos carrying AR-15s outside eve ... More >>
Six pilots violated air space restrictions during President Obama's visit to Arizona on Sunday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA restricted air space within a 30-mile radius of Sky Harbor, allowing only scheduled airline flights and emergency aircraft. The pilots who viol ... More >>
Arpaio's neo-Nazi problem was documented at length in this recent New Times cover storyIn a response to the tragedy today at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum where 88-year-old white supremacist James von Brunn allegedly opened fire killing a security guard before being severely wounded himself, Ph ... More >>
No harm, no foul
Holding on loosely and making a scene
Hi, Mom! I'm crossing the border!
Two fingers of punk and a splash of country-rock
Omaha's dance-punk gods try fame on their own terms
Michael Crow has made ASU's frat boys his bitches.
Letters from the week of March 11, 2004
Letters from the week of October 2, 2003
Make downtown attractive to locals, not to outsiders wearing knee socks and nametags. It only makes sense.
Letters from the week of September 18, 2003
Down by the tracks, there's a thriving jazz scene so authentic it's even got heartbreak
Ronald Reagan was president, Michael Jackson and Phil Collins ruled the charts and a bunch of little rock bands were changing lives
Rockabilly Hall of Famer Jody Reynolds kicks off a new tour with friend and hometown legend Al Casey
A guitar maker's yarn
Images from 25 years of Phoenix music
Beer, conversation, an assault at the VFW hall on Memorial Day
November 5-11, 1998
Meet the man who fathered America's favorite teenage cretins
An art exhibit featuring Old Glory has city and state officials scrambling to do something
Some nonprofits get propertytax bills from Maricopa County
THE CATHOLIC CHURCH FROWNS ON PRETENTIOUS COMING--OUT PARTIES FOR LATINA GIRLS. BUT YOU ONLY TURN 15 ONCE.
The problems of straightening up in Superior