• Issue Archive for
  • Apr 9-15, 2009
  • Vol. 26, No. 7

News & Opinion

  • Danehy

    A series of Phoenix newspaper columns sheds light on the insanity of our country's immigration policies
  • East Side Story

    Downtown's future will be shaped in part by what's about to happen in the area around the Rialto and the Warehouse District
  • Semi Strife

    Congress votes down a NAFTA-mandated trucking program, and Mexico brings on the tariffs
  • Guest Commentary

    Want to really conserve water? Then consider a composting toilet
  • Messina

    Hey, readers: The future of newspapers is in your hands

City Week

  • City Week

Cinema

  • Teen Feelings

    If you like sappy, cute, formulaic films—and a lot of you do—go see ‘The Black Balloon’

Music

  • Remedial Punch

    Meet the Vivian Girls, a harmonizing pop-punk trio from Brooklyn who trade in short, sharp songs
  • Live

    Great Lake Swimmers, Kate Maki

Arts & Culture

  • Powerful Women

    Family-friendly fare amuses at Gaslight, while poignant adult material stars at LTW
  • Fresh Stories

    'Best of Contemporary Mexican Fiction' intros readers to living writers from across the border

Chow


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