The search for a bagel that lives up to New York's finest is universal for everyone outside The Big Apple. For those of us who eat gluten-free, it's a lost cause. We've already gone through Kubler-Ross' five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and, finally, acceptance. But we hav ... More >>
Arizona has an up-and-coming food scene, and there's a lot to be proud of, for sure. But when Chow Bella published a list of things that make Phoenix a better food town than New York City, I just had to laugh. The difference in size alone makes the two incomparable. Since moving back to New York six ... More >>
As of Monday, there's now one less restaurant at the Shops at Gainey Village in Scottsdale. Cask 63 American Eatery & Wine Bar has shuttered. See also: - CLOSED: X-Tapa Joe's in North Scottsdale - Cheuvront Restaurant in Phoenix to Close at the End of May The lunch and dinner concept from partner ... More >>
"Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful?" asks Lana Del Rey in the chorus of her latest song, "Young and Beautiful"--the first single from The Great Gatsby's soundtrack. Del Rey teamed up with the film's director, cowriter, and co-producer, Baz Luhrmann to bring us another so ... More >>
If the recent death of Storm Thorgerson was any indication, music is often married to its album art. All the more reason to take something incredibly iconic in the age of Pirate Bay and iPods and turn it on its head, like the graphic reinventions of Christophe Gowans. The former Esquire art director ... More >>
Matt Taylor Market Street Kitchen 20825 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale 480-278-7044, marketstreetkitchen.com See also: -- Matt Taylor Becomes Head Honcho at Market Street Kitchen; Robert McGrath Stays On as Consultant -- Maple-Rye Creme Brulee at Market Street Kitchen This is part one of my interview ... More >>
David Dimmick isn't much of a braggart -- at least as far as we can tell -- but he's got every effin' right to be. Since becoming a DJ in 1996, the dude's C.V. includes sharing stages with some pretty stellar icons from hip-hop history, like the Wu-Tang Clan, Pharohe Monarche, A Tribe Called Quest, ... More >>
Markus Schulz, the winner of 2012's America's Best DJ will be making a return appearance to Scottsdale, his old stomping grounds, on May 10 at The Venue. After residing for some time in Arizona as a resident DJ, Schulz plans to bring the party back home for his North American Scream bus tour. Lots ... More >>
Reporters for the New York Times rode a subway this week to ask riders about Scottsdale.In the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau's latest attempt to get New Yorkers to visit Scottsdale, it's decorated subway cars, themed with potential tourist draws, like golf. The best part of this being, o ... More >>
Republican Congressman Paul Gosar has asked Remington Arms to move out of New York, and start making guns in Arizona.Why? Because people in the Colt Single Action Army Revolver state "cherish our Constitution, including the Second Amendment," Gosar wrote in a letter to Remington's CEO.
The Guilty Pleasure: Sour Cream Enchiladas Where To Get It: Los Olivos, two Scottsdale locations (but you want the original one in Old Town) Price: $7.95-$13.95, depending on your combination plate of choice. What It Really Costs: A whole day's worth of calories on one convenient plate. I have come ... More >>
Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it. Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix. And here are a few of the coolest -- our top five must-see shows this week.
New Yorkers are certainly no strangers when it comes to obscene wait times for meals, but, hey, it's different in the Valley. So whether you have reservations or not, is waiting for a table at a popular restaurant worth it in the end? I asked Valley chefs and restaurateurs how long they would stick ... 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 >>
Saturday is the Belmont Stakes, the final race of the Triple Crown series. Most years, the Belmont is ho-hum after two different horses win the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness. This year, it looked like we were in for an exciting race as Derby long shot I'll Have Another had a shot at all the marbl ... More >>
Cupcake takes the CakeThat sure is a Bacon Donut on top of a cupcake! Earlier this week we went on a little bit of a rant about a bacon wrapped matzoh ball. It was just too much and we couldn't contain our disgust any longer. Of course we still love bacon, but we don't want to write ab ... More >>
Julie Peterson To see and taste the beautiful finished Cherpumplemince, you have to come to Pie Social tomorrow in downtown Phoenix.About a year ago, Charles Phoenix, awesome connoisseur of all things pop-culture and especially vintage, was inspired to invent the Cherpumple, a massive and ... More >>
One of our freelancers recently wondered what kind of feedback, if any, comes in after I've given a negative restaurant review. Well, it's been a mixed bag over the years. Most of the time, I'm greeted with silence, leaving me to wonder whether any of my constructive criticism sank in. Of course, I ... More >>
by Djh57The Padres' Gonzales says MLB should pull the 2011 All-Star Game from AZIf a boycott of Arizona over its new "papers please" legislation is to be a home run, Major League Baseball could be the effort's star player.MLB Players Association Executive Director Michael Weiner issued a statem ... More >>
Memphix's DJ mastermind says adios to the 'Nix
DJs Megadef and Fact bring a touch of youth and New York flavor to the local hip-hop scene
Boiler Room serves up the sons of Gordon Gekko
Travolta, Duvall and filmmaker Steven Zaillian make a case for A Civil Action
So would Scottsdale Community College, where Sheridan made his Academy Award-winning student film
Telemarketers rake in millions of dollars by telling donors they're helping Native Americans. But the biggest beneficiary by far is the charity itself.
Luis Sharpe led a double life. In public, he was an admired NFL star. In private, he was a crackhead hell-bent on self-destruction.
Creator Kate Millett puts a lid on the art controversy that won't die
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