By Dave Good It's hard not to notice: Indie bands seemingly soundtrack just about every sitcom, film and television commercial today. But why? Influential music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas swears it's not just about cheap labor. "It's far more of a creative decision than a monetary one," she say ... 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 >>
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 >>
Every week, there's a cornucopia of Phoenix food news, features, and reviews to report here at Chow Bella. If you're like most people, you probably just don't have the time to get to all of it. It's kind of like those burgers at Old Town Whiskey; it just won't all fit in your mouth ... or in this ca ... More >>
See also: Well, Gastro My Lounge! See also: Winner of Arizona Cocktail Week is Lead Bartender at Blue Hound Stephen Jones Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails Hotel Palomar, CityScape 2 E. Jefferson Street, Phoenix 602-253-6633 www.bluehoundkitchen.com This is part one of my interview with Stephen Jones ... More >>
Chef Jerry Alday of Nello's Pizza sees himself not as just a chef but an artist who's latest medium is food. "I actually wanted to be a rock star," Alday says, "A guitar player. Of course, everyone wanted to be Eddie Van Halen or Jimmy Gage from Zeppelin! But that didn't happen."
public.asu.edu Brace yourselves, Sun Devil fans; you might need some tissues (or a lot of alcohol) for this one. ESPN is counting down the 50 most painful losses in college football history this week and the Sun Devils are pretty high on the list. ASU's crushing, last-second loss to Ohio State ... More >>
And a little child shall lead them...In case you missed it, the video above is of First Lady Michelle Obama, accompanied by Mexico's First Lady Margarita Zavala, visiting with a group of Maryland second graders on Wednesday. One kid raised her hand to ask if it was true what her mommy says that Bara ... More >>
Image: Arizona State University In 2004, Arizona State University geologist Phil Christensen put out a request via Internet: Send rocks.In five years, children and adults worldwide have answered the call, big-time. Last week, ASU reported the Rock Around the World program was sent its 10,000th rock, ... More >>
Toy boy gets shirty
This Graduate tribute deserves no honors
Balling for fun
Letters from the week of July 22, 2004
Terminal 11 breaks the rules of musical genres
Route 66 traverses same ol' schtick
SMoCA's "PHX/LA" show really stinks
Jerry's gotten rich on our backs. Here's how the $400 million Phoenix Suns deal went down.
Edgar Degas never worked in bronze. So don't let the Phoenix Art Museum fool you.
Kill Bill's missing something -- like, oh, a proper ending
This show impressed even the harshest critic
Leslie Uggams sparkles in the 'burbs
White Oleander is blond but ambitionless
Romance gets retarded in Pumpkin
Larry Gelbart is one of TV's last great writers. So why can't he stay tuned?
From the week of October 4-10, 2001
Influential hip-hop group the Pharcyde comes clean on its five years of silence, its pared-down lineup, and why its new record isn't its best
Show offers weakest works of great Mexican artists
L7 declares an all-out assault on Warped boys and Lilith Fairies with slap-happy
Everyone has his crossovers to bear, but doesn't rock have enough problems without Garth Brooks signing up for membership?
Politics and rap make for strange bedfellows in farcical Bulworth
Bridges scores, Coens overshoot lane in wacked-out Big Lebowski
Renowned trial consultant helped Symington defense decide who would serve on the jury
Arizona's quiet visionaries yearn to make the state a hub of commercial space travel
Dale Watson says Nashville's country music is on the rocks. That's why he serves hisstraight-up.