What does spaghetti have to do with love? Only Laurie Notaro knows, and she's not telling -- not til Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m. when Chow Bella presents Candy Hearts, our second public reading at Crescent Ballroom in downtown Phoenix.
- Laurie Notaro's Eight Food(ie) Terms Past Their Ex ... More >>
Next Tuesday, February 14, Arizona celebrates 100 years of statehood. So where are the eats? The official state food eats?
Sadly, there's not one to be found. Which is why, after this long, it's time to get hungry for an official state food.
Here's an excerpt from my column in this week's specia ... More >>
Have you seen the Phoenix New Times Resolution Guide 2012 yet? You might want to give a read. It's packed with thoughts on resolving to love the Valley through the city's art, architecture, nightlife, and more -- all from my fellow scribes and friends Amy Silverman, Robrt L. Pela, Benjamin Leatherma ... More >>
Eye Opener Family Restaurant
The refreshed Eye Opener in Sunnyslope.Imagine going to a restaurant where the owner knows your name and has your steaming cuppa joe and two egg platter -- cooked over easy with wheat toast, just as you like it -- on the table before you even ... More >>
It brings me great joy to report that Up On The Sun was named the Best Features Blog in the state by the Arizona Press Club in a ceremony Saturday night in downtown Phoenix. Niki D'Andrea, Jonathan McNamara, Stephen Chilton and I made up the winning team. (Full results here.)The "Best Features Bl ... More >>
Jasmine Hobeheidar and Peter Storch sweep two Press Club design categories, take three first places, and Storch wins Designer of the Year.
Phoenix New Times writers won 26 awards - including 13 first-places -- over the weekend at the Arizona Press Club awards banquet for work publishe ... More >>
Nowhere Man and a Whiskey Girl will perform tonight at the Ruby Room Lounge.
Maybe it's just us, but doesn't it just seem like a really nice day outside today? Mild weather, cool breezes, and lots of clouds. Basically, the perfect kinda weather to be out all weekend on the sidewalks of downtown Pho ... More >>
"Diane took it really hard today," the clerk said, bagging up the purchases of the last customer of the day, yesterday afternoon, at Diane Ribbon & Notion, a craft supply warehouse favored by Phoenix artists and the latest casualty of what economists are struggling to name, but for these ... More >>