In this week's issue, we speak with guitarist Sir Richard Bishop, whose path from Phoenix and his days in the Sun City Girls has found him at the forefront of guitar experimentation from his home base in Seattle and around the world. Deftly blending and/or shifting between Middle Eastern ragas, saun ... More >>
Ever since Fred and Jennifer Unger breathed life into the quietly crumbling Hermosa Inn in 1992, the property has been beloved for many reasons, including its '30s-era architecture, rich history, splendid dining patio, and modern American food.
Now it's poised to be the city's number-one destinatio ... More >>
Image courtesy sxc.huBet you thought grenadine was cherry flavored!A short while ago, a letter scripted in brilliant ruby-red ink landed on my desk. It read:
A friend just presented me with a bottle of homemade grenadine for my birthday. What do you recommend I do with it?
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A young Jack Rose, years before he put together the deal for the Goodyear Ballpark.Jack Rose, the man who put together the deal to bring the Cleveland Indians and Cincinnati Reds to Goodyear for spring training, only to be driven from the project under a cloud of suspicion, has been charged ... More >>
In these harsh economic times, it's easy to start crying. But yesterday, while perusing the unpaid bills of the West Valley's fallen bigshot developer, Jack Rose (pictured), we found ourselves laughing.
Rose, as loyal New Times readers will remember, was the boy wonder whose gree ... More >>
We understand that in the 24-hour news cycle it can be difficult to keep up. Worry not! We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries:
Greedy West Valley Political Kingmaker Jack Rose's Unpaid Bills
Phoeni ... More >>