The Spot: Los Olivos Mexican Patio, 7328 East Second Street, Scottsdale, 480-946-2256. www.losolivosrestaurants.com (Second location: Los Olivos Norte, 15544 North Pima Road, Scottsdale, 480-596-9787) The Hours: Old Town location: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 11 a.m to 11 p.m. Friday ... More >>
From now 'til we publish the 2012 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times and Chow Bella present 100 Tastemakers -- Valley residents who make the cut in our culinary scene. Some you'll know; for others, it'll be a first introduction (but likely not the last). While you're here, check out our 100 Creat ... More >>
Painting from Lisa Marie Sipe (on left) and Christopher Jagmin (on right).Hooray! It's a new artist workshop! I love these things.And it's an encaustic workshop...one of my all-time favorite media. Encaustic is a painting method that uses melted wax to cover a surface. Of course, wax is thick and ... More >>
Rivera retrospective hits theaters . . . 50 years later
By Lilia Menconi I'm not going to bore you with the ga-jillionth summary of Frida Kahlo's life. But, just in case you missed the movie with Selma Hayek, the autobiography, the children's book, the plush toy, the poster and the endless websites made by teenage girls dedicated to this artist, here' ... More >>
Los Tres Grandes are still turning the art world on its head
Mexican cuisine done right at Coyoacán
Letters from the week of February 19, 2004
Art of tattoo no longer taboo
Mexican films give new meaning to "cinema fare"
Julie Taymor and Salma Hayek paint a spectacular portrait of Frida Kahlo
From brilliance to madness and beyond, Jacob Martinez's artistic and personal journey has taken him further than he'd ever dreamed. The fire inside now quelled by medication, the nightmare of his mental illness is over. But at what price?
The glamorous Jacques and Natasha Gelman outshine much of the work they collected in 'Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Twentieth-Century Mexican Art'
Show offers weakest works of great Mexican artists
Tim Robbins misses the mark in Cradle Will Rock
El Nopalito / Tequila's
New exhibit proves old medium still reigns