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Grinding Justice: Operation Streamline Costs Millions, Tramples the Constitution, Treats Migrants Like Cattle, and Doesn't Work

11 years ago by Stephen Lemons
In the border town of Nogales, Sonora, where buses drop off the newly deported every few hours on the American side, almost everyone seems to have been through Operation Streamline, a U.S. Border Patrol program that aims to hit all migrants entering the United States illegally with a criminal conviction...
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Concert Calendar for This Weekend: Blessthefall, The Stiletto Formal, Green Jell├┐, Ben Kenney, and More

13 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
By Benjamin Leatherman Young Buck is scheduled to perform on Saturday at Martini Ranch in Scottsdale...
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Pimp My Bod

14 years ago by Megan Irwin
I am standing topless in front of a photographer. My back is against the wall as she snaps picture after picture of my bare breasts. This is quite possibly the most embarrassing day of my life. Not only am I half-naked with a stranger, but the lighting in here is...
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Move Over, Ann Coulter

14 years ago by Megan Irwin
Last fall, a sophomore at Arizona State University named Matthew Jezierski started a club in honor of a group he considers to be oppressed and undervalued: the white male. The Caucasian American Men of ASU grabbed attention thanks to the club's name, but Jezierski insisted it wasn't a white pride...
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Letters

Bathhouse Blues David Holthouse's vivid description of a gay bathhouse ("Slippery Chute," March 16) questions why it is treated differently by the city than heterosexual sex clubs. Gay men meet in bars, bathhouses, bushes and bookstores because we're not permitted to meet in schools, churches and living rooms. We're not...
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Parking Breaks

25 years ago by Michael Kiefer
"I don't happen to like baseball and I don't understand it," says Margaret Mullen, executive director of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. Mullen doesn't "do computers"; she doesn't need to. With her computerlike memory, she accesses chapter and verse of exactly why there will be only two daytime baseball games during...
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MUSIC REVIEWS

30 years ago by Ted Simons
Passionflies, Squid and Cherry wine New Times feasts on a banquet of local recordings It's Arizona Music Conference and Showcase '91 week in the Valley, so let's celebrate local acts. In the spirit of the event--one designed to focus national attention on Arizona's homegrown talent--we decided to feature the latest...
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De-Lovely

PG-13
Drama, Musical
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The Lost World

NR
Action/Adventure, SciFi/Fantasy

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