Charleen Badman FnB 7125 East Fifth Avenue, Suite 31, Scottsdale 480-284-4777, www.fnbrestaurant.com See also: -- Charleen Badman and Pavle Milic to Open FnB on Craftsman Court on Tuesday -- FnB's Charleen Badman Tells Food & Wine Her Favorite Places to Eat, Shop and Sleep in the Valley -- 15 Met ... 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 >>
Who doesn't love peering into the lives of our favorite (and even our not so favorite) celebrities?Here at Chow Bella, we have food on the brain at all times and when we spotted this list of Top Ten Homes of Your Favorite Celebrity Chefs, we couldn't help but click through. We wanted to see what ... More >>
Meet Navy rescuer and true rock and roll Zelig
Band: Mike LennonTitle: Save The EarthBasics: A tame record from self-proclaimed rockabilly fanatic Mike Lennon, Save The Earth shows that absolutely anyone and everyone can get out there and record an album if they have the time and money to do it. Though that's no guarantee they have the talent ... More >>
Call me a shameless arugula eater, but I still can't get over the Obama family's choice of dinner destination when they were in Phoenix this past Saturday night: Macayo's Mexican Kitchen on Central Avenue, the flagship among the Southwestern chain's 18 locations. Seriously? Sure, Macayo's has b ... More >>
Kinch Makes Advances by Giving Their First Album Away
The changing face of Bob Dylan on film
Slammin' South Dakota band cuts the sap
Here we go again at the Maricopa County health department. Why can't the Board of Supervisors get its act together?
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From shoes to blues
Letters from the week of August 21, 2003
Spinal Tap tapped,
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Campbell Scott looks for lust in all the wrong places as Roger Dodger
Songstress paints the Cajun House Red and Gray
Performing at the Rhythm Room November 28
Tim Blake Nelson's new Othello seems to be a man out of time
Andy Partridge polishes off Apple Venus' second installment, the mostly electric, totally stress-free Wasp Star
New Yorker characters revealed in multileveled Joe Gould's Secret
Our quarterly roundup of the latest in music books
The first of our monthly roundups of the latest jazz, blues, country, folk and roots releases
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Mr. Jealousy is funny that way
Tempe power trio proves that it really is a fine line between clever and stupid
U2 still hasn't found what it's looking for--but has it given up trying?
Fictional account of '69 gay-rights riot can't hurdle Stonewall
The vocalist reinvents herself on a new album
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