The Arizona Republic published a TKO of its editorial board this weekend, after the writers declared that the state's voter-approved medical-marijuana program was "one of the biggest cons around."Dr. Gina Mecagni, a local emergency physician, simply annihilated the Republic's assertion that most med ... More >>
Every Dying DayLocal rock band Every Dying Day is convinced their current line-up is their best ever. Why? Their new drummer, Wes Sanders, is endorsed by Soultone Cymbals, and you don't just get an endorsement for throwing around your sticks blindly.See if he and the rest of the band has the righ ... More >>
Most Arizona residents prefer larger cultivation facilities for medical pot and residency requirements for dispensary owners, says a poll commissioned by the folks who brought you Prop 203.Joe Yuhas of the Arizona Medical Marijuana Association spoke of the poll results today at the medical m ... More >>
www.insidesocal.comThe rumor mill is turning and it sounds like the Tiger Woods shame-train might be rolling through the Grand Canyon State sometime after Christmas.The Daily Mail is reporting that Tiger, in wake of his now super-public philandering, is "planning to go into rehab in Arizona in th ... More >>
Local punk trio JJCNV brings the noise and the knee-length, airbrushed boob T-shirts
Move over, Dannielynn; Anna Nicole's Native son is alive and well on the Tohono O'odham reservation, and he may be the rightful heir to the tabloid temptress' millions
Step away from those chords
Well, you know, we all want to change careers
The Scully and Mulder of PHX-Files fame discover Goth/Industrial vamps and tramps at Area 51
Bite Me crashes a wacky wedding shindig
Bite Me seeks the secret of service
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
Daredevil is a grown-up adaptation, but still too two-dimensional
Our hung-over gal tries to remember what the Super Bowl was like at Fox Sports Grill.
A roundup of the latest batch of eclectica that fell through the cracks
Hot Shots II(Astralwerks)
On the trail of a bizarre hospital crime, New Times finds a cryogenically frozen head, a witch hunt for a wiccan and a stumped detective. And still nobody knows . . .
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it
Hazy regulations allow Americanos to write their own tickets in Mexican pharmacies
Dr. Willard Hunter's repeated misprescription of dangerous drugs has contributed to two deaths. But the state medical board doesn't see any reason to revoke his doctor's license.
When laws are broken, somebody's got to be punished. In the case of Cindy McCain, that somebody is Tom Gosinski