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Valley can-do man Jerry Colangelo built it in 1992, and they've come in droves to watch pro sports (including the NBA's Suns, the WNBA's Mercury, the NHL's Coyotes and the Arena Football League's Rattlers), concerts, monster truck rallies, religious revivals and other touring events at the 18,422-capacity facility.
The center, then named America West Arena, was built by Valley can-do man Jerry Colangelo in 1992, and is now the home of the Phoenix Suns and Phoe...
The choice of mascot says a lot about your team. Take the Arizona Rattlers, for instance. With a devastating plus-16 turnover margin earned from po...
Justin Timberlake is coming to Phoenix in December, and because he's Justin Timberlake that means tickets are on sale today at 10 a.m. Also because he's Justin Timberlake: The tickets, at least during... More »
The Phoenix Mercury should write a book on failing forward. The Merc managed to have each of their two worst seasons just in time to draft two of the most highly touted prospects in WNBA history. In 2003, this meant Phoenix got to draft guard... More »
Tommy Grady is in a slump. A year ago, the Utah Blaze quarterback posted the greatest season of any passer in Arena League history. Grady shattered the records for passing touchdowns and yards and almost single-handedly dragged a mediocre Blaze... More »
Black Sabbath -- that is, Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, and Geezer Butler, for the moment -- have been teasing a summer tour of North America for weeks, and when they finally announced the full tour on T... More »
It’s hard to be terrible in the Arena Football League. Salaries are essentially the same for every team and player, the league is small enough to allow for a decent sized talent base, and the rules of the game are slanted heavily in favor of... More »
When everyone's favorite pop weirdo stopped by US Airways Center in March, Lady Gaga brought the spectacle that follows her wherever she goes. That was to be expected. The woman who once wore a dress made of meat and showed up to the Grammys in a giant egg has a bizarre legacy to live up to, for sure, but seeing it in person is another story. During the second stop on her Monster Ball tour, the pint-size Gaga made her first appearance in a see-through plastic dress, surrounded by gorgeous... More »
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