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Investigate Life, Or Qatsi Through A Film Trilogy

Consciousness Calendar Feb. 11 to 25: Featured Is A Film Trilogy Exploring Modern Life, But Also In The Spotlight Are Political Events, Public Interest Discussions And Much More.

Sen. McCain's Institute Tackles Info War

Consciousness Calendar Jan. 28 to Feb. 11: Featured Is An Information War Discussion, But Also Highlighted Is Police Accountability, Sheriff Joe Arpaio Fundraising, Women of Color In Politics, Citizenship Forum, More.

Arizonans Decry Move To Limit Videotaping Of Cops

Sen. John Kavanagh Has Introduced A Bill That Will Make It A Crime For Anyone To Record Police Within 20 Feet, But A Professor Says SB 1054 Is Likely Unconstitutional And At Best, Redundant.

Should Arizona Implement Auto Voter Registration?

Despite Staunch Opposition From Republicans, Senator Andrew Sherwood Will Introduce Automatic Voter Registration Legislation For A Second Time.

Cobra Arcade Bar Is Gaming Nerd-Vana

The Newest Addition To The Downtown Nightlife Scene Delivers Videogame-Themed Booze, Classic Titles and Affordable Gaming.

The Phoenix Metro Goes All-In To Celebrate MLK

Consciousness Calendar Jan. 13 to 27: Featured Are Martin Luther King Celebrations But Also Highlighted Are Indian Nations And Tribes Legislative Day, Voting Awareness And Economic Forecasts.

Modern Times Magazine's Arizona Prime Cuts 2015

The Most Read Arizona Stories Of The Year Include The End Of A Political Era, Marijuana, Roosevelt Row, The Super Bowl, Video Games, Whiteness, Bernie Sanders And More.

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Measuring Up With James Cagney

When Two Young Writers Interviewed James Cagney In 1986, The Result Was A Sojourn Into The World Of Celebrity And Entertainment That Could Be The Script For A Hollywood Movie.

GOTG, Super Bowl Ads, Elba Spin Movie News Mixtape

Movie News Mixtape: James Gunn Releases New Guardians Set Photos, Blockbuster Trailers To Dominate Super Bowl And Idris Elba Cleans Up At The SAG Awards.

Tucson Rocks, Rolls With Gems, Jams

Unlimited Arts Feb. 4 to 19: Featured Is The Music And Art Of The Tucson Gem And Mineral Show But Also Catch A Cacophony Of Plays, Music And Artwork.

Arizona Record Label ReThinks The Music Industry

Two Twenty-Somethings From Tempe Have Created ReThink Records To Shake Up The Industry And Offer Up-And-Coming Artists An Alternative To The Status Quo.

Peter Falk: Common and Preferred

The Iconic Actor, Most Lovingly Remembered As The Calculated Bumbler Columbo, Was Also An Artist, Thinker And Regular Guy.

Is The Big Short Headed For Oscar Glory?

Movie News Mixtape: The Big Shorts Recent Awards Show Success Could Foreshadow An Oscar Victory. Also: The Academy Doubles Down On Diversity And Key & Peele Hit The Big Screen.

Five Local Bands Set To Hit It Big In 2016

Undiscovered Sounds: Jared & The Mill, Bear Ghost, Harrison Fjord And More Highlight The List Of Arizona Locals With Their Eyes Set On The National Stage In 2016.

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Modern Times Magazine’s Sports Prime Cuts 2015

The Most Read Sports Articles Are A Home Run, Touchdown And Buzzer Beater All-In-One With Tongue-In-Cheek Columns And In-Depth Breakdowns Of Some Of The Best Moments In Sports.

New Dbacks Uniforms: Be Afraid

With The Unveiling Later Today, Leaks From One Uniform Expert Indicates That The New Uniforms Just Might Make For Heated Discussions Now And Well Into The Future.

Jeff Gordon May Be Retired, But His Legacy Is Golden

After Ending On A Stellar Note This Season, The Former Outcast And California Kid Is Much More Than Just A Former Open-Wheel Racer, He Is One Of The All-Time Greats.

Disabled Athletes Redefine Limitations In Phoenix

A New Rendition Of The Duel In The Desert Showcased Some Of The Best Amputee Basketball Players As Well As Wheelchair Soccer And Lacrosse Matches.

Arizona Cardinals Need To Replace Carson Palmer

Although The Quarterback Is Having A Stellar Season, There Can Be Little Doubt That He Will Eventually Succumb To Father Time And The Team Needs To Have His Successor In The Fold Before That Happens.

Paralympic Rugby Athletes Transcend Disability

The Only Contact-Filled Adaptive Sport Came To The Phoenix Metro To Select The Team That Will Need To Win An Upcoming, Pressure Packed, South American Tournament.

Mesa's Benedictine U Plans 100-Inning Ballgame

In Launching The Softball Program For The Mesa Campus, Coach Decided On A Unique Fundraiser That Will Also Feature Softball-Related Activities And Some Appearances By Political Figures.

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Defending The Most Literate Gospel

Luke, Former Jesus Fanboy And Author Of One Of The Most Creative Stories Of The Bible, Refutes Allegations That His Gospel Rips Off The Story Of Horus And Other Works In The Savior Genre.

Modern Times Magazine's Fiction/Satire Prime Cuts 2015

Confederate Flags, God, Valentine's Day And The Third Coming Of Jesus Christ Are Among The Subject Matter Featured In This Year’s Most-Read Fiction Works.

MTM Exclusive: The War on Christmas

When a elementary student tackles his Christmas presentation to the class, he makes the mistake of consulting Uncle Mickey who tells him all about Ayatollah Obama.

Why Did the Peahen Cross the Road?

After Running Into A Wayward Peahen, A Writer Ponders Her Safety And The Intentions Of The Bird Before Finding Salvation From A Colorful Couple.

MTM Exclusive: João Cerqueira

When Jesus of Nazareth comes back to Earth — maybe for the third time, maybe not — he finds that not all of those known as his most dedicated followers see things from a similar point-of-view.

Four Festivals Fold In Favor Of Touring Mega-Spectacle

Coachella, Sasquatch, Bonnaroo, And Austin City Limits Will Be Closing Up Shop As Of 2017 And Changing The Format Of American Music Festivals Forever.

Marvel Fiction Finalists Unleash Their Powers

The Stories Are In And With Much Joy, Excitement, And Laughter, Modern Times Magazine Is Proud To Release The Two Finalists That Will Have The Chance To Win Two Free Passes To The Marvel Experience.

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Are Videos The Satirical Medium For The Digital Age?

As More And More Amateur Satire Videos Fill Up YouTube And Facebook, Viewers May Lose The Context And Run The Risk Of Fooling Too Many People Because They Miss The Message.

Bill Cosby Charged With Felony Sexual Assault in Pennsylvania

The Man Once Identified As America's Dad Faces Charges Related To Sexual Assault Accusations Made By Andrea Constand More Than 10 Years Ago.

Modern Times Magazine's Nation/World Prime Cuts 2015

From The A In Aggravated Assault, To The Z in Buzz, This Year's Nation/World Prime Cuts Run The Gamut, Including Drones, Mass Shootings, Disneyland, And Hypoallergenic Cats.

Surviving The Most Dangerous Time Of The Year

The Holiday Season, While Joyous, Compels Many Americans To Celebrate Their Way To Injury, Food Poisoning And Withered Bank Accounts.

Fear Grips U.S. Muslim Students After Trump Proposal

The GOP Front Runner's Plan To Bar Muslims From Entering The U.S. Sparks Fear, Concern Amongst Students.

Monster El Nino Could Spawn A Decadal Shift

Climatologists Speculate That Above-Average Conditions Now Churning In The Pacific May Accelerate Global Warming And Increase The Severity Of Short-Term Episodes of The Phenomena.

Can MoviePass Really Save You Money At The Theatre?

The MoviePass Subscription Program Offers Filmgoers The Chance To See One Movie A Day For Just $30 Per Month, But It's Not Without Its Shortcomings.

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