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Carlos Mendoza, Disgraced Justice of the Peace, Is Back

11 years ago by Sarah Fenske
Carlos Mendoza, the justice of the peace who "retired" under questionable circumstances in May 2008, appears to be exploring another run for office.Mendoza filed paperwork in December suggesting that his long dormant campaign-finance committee is again active, according to county records. The paperwork indicates that Mendoza has yet to collect...
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February 15 In Blogs: Strong Beer, Gallo Blanco, and Carlos Mendoza

11 years ago by Jonathan McNamara
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: Feathered Bastard: Joe Arpaio a Liability in Orange County Sheriff's Race, and His Photo-Op with Hispanic Hater...
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'Die Soon Traitor': Hate Targets City Council Candidate Carlos Garcia

2 years ago by Steven Hsieh
"He is not American born. We need TRUE BLOODED AMERICANS running AMERICAN cities and states."
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Under fire, Justice of the Peace Mendoza retires

13 years ago by Sarah Fenske
By Sarah Fenske This just in: Carlos Mendoza is retiring. Now, the idea of "retirement" may sound a little fishy to you. After all, Mendoza, a justice of the peace in the Downtown Justice Court, was facing charges from the Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct for some pretty serious stuff:...
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Isreal Correa, Local Activist Involved in Fake Home Invasion Claim, Running For Justice of the Peace

11 years ago by Sarah Fenske
Two years ago, Phoenix resident Isreal Correa was arrested on charges of false reporting and aggravated harassment -- after police say he staged a home invasion and accused then-Justice of the Peace Carlos Mendoza of being its mastermind.The incident led to police rousting Mendoza from bed and cuffing him, before...
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30 Best Concerts in October in Phoenix

5 years ago by Phoenix New Times
There's simply no shortage of things to see and do in October. Discounting all of the hullabaloo of Halloween at the end of the month, there are fall festivals to attend, tankards of German ales to quaff at Oktoberfest gatherings, pleasant weather to enjoy (no...really), and all the thrills and...
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CALA's Cumbia Festival Takes Over Civic Space Park

6 years ago by Carlos Reyes
You'll often hear about how the Arizona State University downtown campus has revitalized downtown Phoenix, but you rarely hear credit given to the other demographic whose growing presence in the area has thrived: Latinos. From gourmet cuisine to hair salons that become art galleries at night, there's a sense of...
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New Dance Night at Crescent Searches for Phoenix's Alt-Latin Audience

6 years ago by Carlos Reyes
"A monthly exploration into Latin Rhythms across genres" reads the subtitle of Clandestino!, a highly rumored and now-realized Latin night at Crescent Ballroom. Does Phoenix have a "Latin Alternative" audience big enough to sustain a monthly party at the most relevant music venue in town? El Nico, curator and mastermind...
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6 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

6 years ago by Phoenix New Times
Lots of options this weekend. Check out our picks below, and browse our comprehensive concert calendar for more options...
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Mary Rose Wilcox Investigation by Arpaio and Feds has Hurdles to Clear

11 years ago by Ray Stern
Josh Bernstein of Channel 15 [KNXV-TV] reported a story over the weekend that seems to be pushed heavily by the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and doesn't deliver the goods on Mary Rose Wilcox. But it comes close. Wilcox, [pictured], one of five County Supervisors and a longtime political opponent of...

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