The Maricopa County medical examiner identified Raul Silva Corona as the wrong-way driver who hit Mesa Police Officer Brandon Mendoza early yesterday morning, killing both of them.People had reported to police that a driver was going the wrong way on Loop 101 near Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in nor ... More >>
Welcome to the Phoenix Bucket List. Robrt Pela and Amy Silverman -- two New Times contributors and longtime Phoenicians -- have put together a list of 100 things to do in this city before you die. Each week we're presenting another 10; in March we'll wrap it all up in a cover story in New Times. For ... More >>
This Saturday, October 5 we're hosting a blow out party to celebrate our Best of Phoenix issue. And if you don't already have your tickets, unfortunately you're out of luck. As of yesterday the 14th annual Best of Phoenix A'fare is officially sold out. For those who got your tickets already, we c ... More >>
This year is shaping up to be a busy one for chef and first-time restaurateur Michael O'Dowd. In May, the ex-Kai chef, who put the nationally renowned restaurant on the map during his 10-year reign, opened Renegade by MOD, his restaurant of eclectic global eats in North Scottsdale, under his new co ... More >>
Legendary Valley chef Charleen Badman of FnB, her Scottsdale restaurant she owns with partner Pavel Milic, is no stranger to the spotlight. See also: Charleen Badman and Pavle Milic to Open FnB on Craftsman Court and Tastemakers 2012 - Charleen Badman So not surprisingly, the Arizona native and a ... More >>
Cupcakes, the food trend that, like your ex, keep coming back no matter how many times you've said it's over, are in the Valley's news scene once again -- and this time, they're arriving in the form of the nation's biggest franchise.
Keyon FareghiWe covered background, heritage and his son's exotic eating habits yesterday. Today we cotinue our chat with Christopher Nicosia of Sassi. Nicosia's "garlic and Gaelic" heritage, as he put it, has contributed to why he became a chef. He took an interest in cooking at a young a ... More >>
"Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum" photographed by Julius Shulman (1964) from VISUAL ACOUSTICS, an Arthouse Films release 2009. Copyright J. Paul Getty Trust. Now that Arty Girl doubles as the Assistant Night and Day Editor, I know dang well that New Times has already given you plenty reason to check ... More >>
As our blogger Yvonne Zusel noted a couple days ago, there's plenty of things to see and do in the Valley this weekend that have absolutely nothing to do with the hoopla surrounding the 2009 NBA All-Star Game. And here's the proof to back up said statement: our regular weekly round-up of all the no ... More >>
Pack the piñata and pass the lime
If we had it to do over, would we publish the satirical saga of Chef Kaz Yamamoto? Hell yes! Punk you, if you can't take a joke!
Letters from the issue of Thursday, June 2, 2005
Salon show buzzes Scottsdale
Geek when you're spoken to
Dogging the town's frankfurter joints
Putting together the missing pieces at Scottsdales Mosaic
It's one from Country A, one from Country B on Mosaic menu
Forget dog days, August will be the month of the Iguana
After years of wildly blasting the Chandler power structure, self-proclaimed civil rights advocate Ramon Gomez now finds himself under attack
Chic spa cuisinery serves up Elements of style
Tomaso Maggiore is still the man behind the meatballs
Tempe officials need to keep thinking about the design of Tempe Beach Park
April 14-21, 1999
February 18 - 24, 1999
January 28 - February 3, 1999
Two shows at Phoenix Art Museum redefine heroes as both victims and bullies
Accusations flow as Scottsdale selects group to redevelop area near downtown
It's named after Kemper Marley, the apparent inspiration for the murder of newsman Don Bolles. It's full of inaccuracies, racism, Chamber of Commerce blather and third-rate gimmickry.
PHOENIX'S INFILL HOUSING PROGRAM IS SUPPOSED TO ENCOURAGE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY CORE WHILE CURBING URBAN SPRAWL. BUT WHEN IT SUBSIDIZES LUXURY HOMES IN EXCLUSIVE NEIGHBORHOODS, THE PROGRAM FILLS THE WALLETS OF BUILDERS
AN ESTIMATED $250 MILLION IN TAXES WILL HELP BUILD A DOMED STADIUM. HERE'S WHAT ELSE IT COULD PAY FOR.