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Ring the bell, it's time for Last Call, in which JK Grence, bartender at Shady's, serves up booze advice and recipes. Got a burning question for your bartender? Leave it in the comments and it might be answered in a future column. Every now and again, a movie comes along where the supporting actors ... 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 >>
Napoleon Dynamite: This is pretty much the worst video ever made. Kip: Napoleon, like anyone can even know that. Let me go, I need to narrate. Wilma!Kip's right. How can anyone know what's the worst (or the best) of anything? TLC's hoping we'll trust their judgment with its new show, Best Food ... More >>
Helen and Jan from Sweet Republic will soon be on TV, along with five other local food faves.The Food Network has given a lot of love to Phoenix area restaurants over the past few years, but now another TV channel is about to showcase a slew of local food faves.TLC's new series, Best Food Ever, p ... More >>
No wonder all the bees are dying
Why in Gods name did Carell take the paycheck?
Lane-lubbers, kingpins and strike-aholics converge on AMF Tempe for Xtreme Bowling
Fattoush serves up stellar lamb in record time
For less than $20, even a poor scribe can afford to eat like a Renaissance pope
What better way to await the end of civilization than with the pupu platter at Drift?
This time, it's personal: Our look back at an intimate year in music.
Jungle fever fails to fully catch hold again in this routine sequel
Storytelling continues Todd Solondz's bluster of sex, rage and insanity
DEJ Productions tries to give 'direct-to-video' a good name
Trying to remember the best in a forgettable year of film
Monsters, Inc. opens the door to a world so good it's scary
My First Mister proclaims the transcendence of a pretty young freak
Off-kilter but funny, One Night at McCool's isn't a bad way to spend an evening
Joel and Ethan Coen's O Brother, Where Art Thou? hits a Homer
The Emperor's New Groove is a new groove for Disney, too
State fair means music -- and the most toothless people you'll ever see
Coyote Ugly's tavern toughies fail bar exam
The Scary Guy goes to the head of the class as a school motivational speaker
Earthlings beware What Planet Are You From?
Ricky Martin is in a show-biz tailspin. The boy needs help. And he needs it now.
Scorsese's Bringing Out the Dead is a bumpy gurney into the dark side
Valley filmmaker Paul Wilson captains an over-the-top remake of The Poseidon Adventure
Bridges scores, Coens overshoot lane in wacked-out Big Lebowski
The Borrowers doesn't know when to leave well enough a loan
Tune-packed Blues Brothers 2000 is a wail of a sequel
If only Fallen were as tightly and shrewdly constructed as its ad
The Blues Brothers, Marilyn, The Killer, Ol' Blue Eyes, Der Bingle and The King himself! The "Legendary Superstars" revue takes a Las Vegas formula to Apache Junction and audiences are, well, doubled over.
Gordon, Nolte fake their way through a clear Night