Among the FBI's Most Wanted are individuals from Arizona (or with ties to the state) who have evaded authorities for decades in cases involving child porn, the sexual assault and sodomy of children and defrauding the public out of millions of dollars. Suspects featured here are presumed innocent - ... More >>
Restaurant bars stopped being strictly bars years ago. Nowadays, many people consider them the best seats in the house for a casual dinner that doesn't require reservations, waiting, or a deep reservoir of patience. Because most of them operate on a first-come, first-served basis, customers are free ... More >>
If you get pulled over with 1,000 pounds of weed in your vehicle, it's probably going to be pretty hard to come up with an excuse.Case in point: Authorities say 31-year-old Efrain Nunez was pulled over in Glendale yesterday while driving a van with nearly 1,000 pounds of marijuana in it, and explain ... More >>
Aaron Chamberlin St. Francis 111 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix 602-200-8111 www.stfrancisaz.com See also: -- Update: Aaron Chamberlin Hopes to Open Cafe in Former Urban Grocery Space By Early Next Year This is part one of my interview with Aaron Chamberlin, chef-owner of St. Francis Restaurant. Come ... More >>
Remember when America's Taco Shop, the casual, counter-service Mexican eatery from America Corrales and husband Terry Bortin used to be a charming little renovated house on Seventh Street in Central Phoenix? That was 2008. But times (sigh), they do have a way of a-changin'. See also: America's Ta ... More >>
Baltimore MC Height (known by his mother as Dan Keech) got his start rapping with Wounds and Dogg and Pony and Keech's first solo show was opening for Animal Collective in mid-2000. Eight years later, Keech started collaborating with other Maryland musicians, starting Height With Friends. As part ... More >>
See also: Chef Pete DeRuvo To Head Kitchen at New Davanti Enoteca See also: Tastemaker #21: Pete DeRuvo Pete DeRuvo Davanti Enoteca 6316 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale 480-659-1800 www.davantiscottsdale.com This is part one of my interview with Pete DeRuvo, executive chef at Davanti Enoteca. Come ... More >>
The City of Tempe is proud to report that Tempe's Mill Avenue District area was near the top of some list of "America's Most Fun, Affordable Cities."Since Ocean City, Maryland topped the list, it was kind of an indication that this one could be tossed in the garbage, but a city press relea ... More >>
See also: Vans Warped Tour 2011 See also: Hot Chicks at Wicked Tattoos at the Vans Warped Tour If you're going to The Vans Warped Tour this Thursday, look around and try to spot the dinosaur. It won't be a giant carnivorous lizard with huge teeth and disproportionately small arms. It will be me. ... More >>
Image: Google Street ViewThe fire hydrant seen here blocking the curb ramp along Bethany Home Road at 3rd Avenue was relocated after Thomas Vickery complained. The scooter-driving disabled man wants the city to address the sidewalk's other problems.Thomas Vickery lit a fire under the butts of cit ... More >>
An 86-year-old Scottsdale man pleaded guilty this morning to endangerment in the assisted-suicide case of a Phoenix woman who killed herself in 2007. Right-to-die advocate takes one for the team In April, a Maricopa County jury could not agree on whether Franklin Langsn ... More >>
www.kpho.comSusan Brock, the teen-touching somewhat-estranged wife of Maricopa County Supervisor Fulton Brock, was sentenced yesterday to 13 years in prison for carrying out a three-year sexual relationship with a teenage boy she met through the Mormon Church -- and KPHO seems to think that ... More >>
The Grand Canyon State tends to keep things pretty gangsta.Good news: according to rankings from an international think tank, Arizona is not the most violent state in America, which may come as a shock considering we're one of only two states in the entire country to consider having its own ... More >>
The White Stripes: Oh-so-sweet. (We will miss you Jack and Meg!)Let's face it. The White Stripes is was a band that without question defined music for this generation. Whether you liked them or not (and most everyone did, at one time or other) they were constantly in the news, challenging convent ... More >>
The best ethnic food is often the most difficult to find. So each week we'll spin the globe and search for a new other-worldly spot to expand our eating horizons around the Valley.This week we go to Poland at Europa Pastry Cafe. Carrie Wheeler The small pierogi and stuffed cabbage plate ... More >>
www.thepeoplegroupllc.comIn addition to protesting the funeral of the 9-year-old girl murdered during Saturday's shooting rampage in Tucson, the lunatics from the Westboro Baptist Church tell New Times they plan to protest the funeral of Federal Judge John Roll and picket the very corner at ... More >>
Louis Dolgoff, beer aficionado and Founder of the Beer For Brains Foundation Talk to Louis Dolgoff for a moment or two and you'll understand what a busy guy he is. He's working on a beer pairing television show for PBS. He continues to orchestrate several ornate, beer-tasting dinners all ove ... More >>
Up on the Sun is counting down the days until the unveiling of music editor Martin Cizmar's personal Best of 2009 list with some other lists from Phoenix New Times' stable of excellent freelancers. Today we bring you a list from Mike R. Meyer, a New Times contributor, wannabe musician, video game en ... More >>
www.televisiontrac.com John Allen MuhammadThe daughter of a Tucson man believed to have been murdered by the D.C. sniper plans tol be front and center today when the state of Virginia is scheduled to pump a lethal dose of potassium chloride into the murderer's bloodstream.
Everything you ever wanted to know about swamp coolers, but were afraid to ask the guy at Home Depot
A new entrant in a competitive meat market
A marriage of tasty and gourmet
Letters from the week of April 25, 2002
An Arizona filmmaker gets an additional taste of success in the vineyard
Who has the right to write about the lord of the Ring's fictional tongues?
Despite the chaos, a revamped Sugar High and a renamed 40 Watt Las Vegas debut; meanwhile, James Hall spreads the gospel.
Make a joyful noisemaker
John Vanderslice is an excellent musician and songwriter. He's also a pretty good prankster.
Middle Eastern staple stakes its claim in Phoenix
There's BOB hope for hungry and thirsty Diamondback fans
From the week of April 12, 2001
Ex-Navy man Christian Valentino sees future in gay male porn
A 93-year-old career criminal looks back in danger
After six years in the garage, the Bratmobile revs louder than ever
Venerable Valley roots club is on the move
March 25 - 31, 1999
It took years, and some luck, to unravel Symington's web of deceit
Phonoroyale carries the torch song into the modern world
IS JAMES J. DILETTOSO A TECHNO GOD OR JUST ANOTHER FLOPPY DISCIPLE? EVEN HE CAN'T SAY FOR SURE.