7 years ago | Longform
Second of two parts. Read Part One: The Curious Death of Sergeant Sean Drenth Heston Silbert stepped to the pulpit and got straight to the point. The veteran Phoenix police lieutenant had rehearsed his eulogy for Sergeant Sean Drenth to himself a ...
8 years ago | Longform
First of two parts Sean Drenth died instantly and violently on the evening of October 18, 2010, in a quiet alley a half-mile south of the Arizona Capitol building. The cause of death was a single shotgun shell, whose contents entered just under th...
Ike Diogu (Onetime ASU Basketball Great) and Eric Boateng (Onetime ASU Not-So-Great) In Olympic Games8 years ago | Sports
See Also: Destiny's Child See Also: Winning Season It doesn't seem that long ago, but it's almost been a decade since a precocious freshman basketball player named Ike Diogu led Arizona State University to the second-round of the NCAA championship...
8 years ago
We disagreed with Alexander Cockburn, well, more than half the time, and that was a good thing. We had read him for years when he was with the Village Voice(long before the New Times chain took over the New York City alternative weekly giant), and...
8 years ago | News
See Also: DEBT IN THE WATER: "ZERO-DOWN " BANKRUPTCY FIRMS COST THEIR CLIENTS PLENTY Now and then in this line of work, you come upon a source so impassioned about his point of view on a volatile subject that you just have to slow him or her down....
8 years ago | Sports
These days, the once-proud Houston Astros are more like a Triple-A minor league franchise than a bona fide big-league team. So when the `Stros came to town over the weekend, it was welcome news for the up-and-down Arizona Diamondbacks, who are (or...