For those days where you wake up and think, "Gee, I could use a cup of coffee and a piece of buttered vagina bread" (don't lie, you know who you are), we present The Vagina Toaster. No, it's not a joke. It's a real thing and you can buy your own for just $34.95 on Amazon.com. You can even choose t ... More >>
An actual person has agreed to pay thousands of real, American dollars for Sheriff Joe Arpaio's (likely) smelly and dead-skin-encrusted arm sling.The buyer, retired California cop Buck Dikes, won the eBay auction with a $2,600 bid.
On November 29, 2012, Epic Hot Dogs, a food truck serving weenies from all over the world (sorry), sputtered out after just over a year of being in the mobile-kitchen business. See also: - Six Phoenix Food Trucks, Rated - Hao Bao Food Truck Hitting the Brakes -- For Now But that doesn't mean the t ... More >>
The wait, as they say, is finally over. You can cease all the speculation of who the hell is officially playing this year's Coachella as Goldenvoice unveiled the lineup in grand fashion. See also: -Who Is Really Playing Coachella This Year? -The Rolling Stones Aren't Playing Coachella, but Some ... More >>
We try not to judge a book by its cover, but when it comes to food presentation, having the right serveware and bakeware can inspire one to bake and cook away the day. Good looking "ware" also makes it look like you know what you're doing no matter what the outcome. See also: The Making of The Bak ... More >>
Tempe's Josh Gooday is obsessed: The 29-year-old collects and restores vintage analog synthesizers. "I started going to law school and spending all of my loan money on buying synthesizers, and it just started to get out of control," Gooday says. The habit eventually gave Gooday and his friends ... More >>
Photo: Ebay The husband of a woman killed in a wrong-way crash on the Loop 101 freeway on Thursday had been worried about the safety of her and their children just prior to the crash, officials said. The Glendale woman, Patricia Evans, was killed along with her 6 ... More >>
There's just about an hour left in a charity auction of a limited edition red and black 12" of The Love Me Nots most recent record on May Cause Dizziness Records.Proceeds go to The Susan Komen Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month.Why? Well, in case you missed the news, LMN singer ... More >>
Luke HolwerdaArctic Monkeys: Anticipation has a habit to set you up. More photos from our slideshow here.The blessing of Arizona's spot at the proverbial Coachella Kiddie Table is the huge number of shows we get by bands looking for a layover on their way Indio. On Thursday, Arctic Monkeys played ... More >>
The Arizona Department of Health Services will increase its fees for close to 2000 child state care facilities. The current licensing fee for child care providers is $150 for three years. With the increase, licenses will cost between $581 and $13,442, depending on the number of children...It's be ... More >>
A company in Luxembourg is funding research for Valley company T-gen. The research will involve testing and storing blood and tissue samples.T-gen doctor Jeffrey Trent called the Luxembourg contract big news for the Arizona bio-research community...Police are still investigating a possible case of s ... More >>
After losing to the Oakland A's 2-6 on Sunday and the San Diego Padres 7-9 on Monday, the Arizona Diamondbacks look to redeem themselves at tonight's home game against the Padres. Monday's victory was the 10th in a row for the San Diego team...A 16 year-old boy is dead after diving from a clif ... More >>
Courtesy of Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre Singin' in the Rain's three stars (from left, John Ramsey, Megan Wean, and Michael VanGemert) are safe from the Commissary Sofa of Death. For now.It's not an inherently bad thing to have a comfort zone. If every stimulus you took in, every day, were a ... More >>
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