[caption id="attachment_114754" align="aligncenter" width="610"] The Summer Set performs at the Clubhouse in Tempe.Photo by Noemi Gonzalez[/caption]
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Have you ever had to remove a suspicious pair of purple panties from beneath a secluded booth in a restaurant?
Repent for your sins, whore! God hates homosexuals!
Heralded as a collective favorite of the Phoenix music community, Wooden Indian tugs and grasps a special place in the hearts of its fans.
Local bands, promoters, graffiti writers and various Tempe hipsters hyped on Americanos and armed with sharpies have all found themselves in this private quarter. I learned that nothing is quite as awkward as realizing how long you've suspiciously occupied a restroom.Small-bladdered people prancing around within earshot of the sound of a camera shutter really put a damper on one's graffiti admiration. I also learned that toilets are really high off the ground. My love affair with bathroom graffiti began in the women’s restroom at Long Wongs during a show last year. I have a photo from that night of the sweet graffiti they used to have before they recently began to repaint. (Actually, the photo is of a Thoreau quote I scribbled on the wall after the cute door guy gave me and my friend a paint marker and told us to use it.)We left my guy friend on purse duty out on the patio and headed together into the bathroom, promising the poor guy we’d be back straight away. What we didn’t anticipate is what the photo I have doesn’t show: a succession of very unfortunate events I like to think of as our version of a scene in a “Dumb and Dumber” movie.
We’ve all seen it on social media.
SPM Acoustics: Sundressed from The State Press on Vimeo.
Kharli Mandeville and Ryan Espinoza-Marcus are members of a class ever-shrinking among their friends — non-drivers. SPM brought the two writers together to talk of misadventures, close calls and strange friends encountered on public transit.
My stomach twisted in knots.
Ever since I have been old enough to consider it, marriage hasn’t yet crossed my mind too often.
Following years of outcry from Hispanics and activists fighting his controversial policies and a re-election campaign that spent more than $7 million, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has been rewarded a sixth term in office.
It is essential that we talk to one another other if we are to provoke and enact any sort of societal change.
Last Thursday I was fired from my job.
Last night’s presidential debate accomplished nothing.
The teaching profession is a noble one.
The streets of London swarmed with some 52,000 demonstrators in Nov. 2010 when the British Parliament proposed a stark university tuition increase for its students. The protests continued into late 2011 and sometimes became violent.
As long as anyone can remember, women have struggled for equality, fair representation and in finding a strong, resounding voice within society.
ASU students are still looking beyond campus for deals after a recent study that showed students have saved millions of dollars through the alternative textbook options state universities have been promoting since 2006.
ASU Police reported the following incident Thursday:
In an effort to raise money for homeless youth, Gamma Rho Lambda, an all-inclusive social sorority that promotes tolerance, will host its fourth annual Kingdom Come Drag Show on Thursday at Sky Lounge on First and Washington streets near the Downtown campus.