Feeling warm? Don't let it get to you...seriously. Look, we know you're miserable now that the heat's really kicking in, but just crank up the A/C, grab a ice-cold beverage, and think happy thoughts. You can't stay inside all the time, especially there is many an excellent show to see during the mon ... More >>
As of last week downtown Scottsdale has a stylish, new hangout for coffee and craft beer fans. Sip Coffee and Beer House, located at 3617 North Goldwater Road, is now open and serving a small menu of breakfast and lunch items, caffeinated drinks from Cartel coffee, craft beer, wine, and a menu of ... More >>
You submitted nominations for awards given to the Valley's emerging creatives and the results are in. Introducing our Big Brain 2013 Finalists. Leading up to the Big Brain Award awards announcement and celebration on April 27, Chow Bella and Jackalope Ranch will introduce the finalists. Up today: ... More >>
Leslie Lysy tells New Times that the Santa Cruz Sheriff's Office is refusing to return about $10,000 they impounded along with the Yukon she and her boyfriend were traveling in when he shot himself in the head with a 9mm Glock. That was on April 10, 2011 -- a traumatic incident made worse with how ... More >>
Our diabolical duo sets Sugar Daddy's ablaze for the first-ever Saints 'n' Sinners Ball
Eleanor Eisenberg dances off into the sunset
Letters from the issue of Thursday, August 18, 2005
Sound Tribe Sector 9 finds new ways to improvise
Environmental groups sent out a worldwide call to save the gray whale from a Mexican salt plant. They got millions of dollars and thousands of new members. But scientists found no threat to the whales.
Scottsdalians should cast write-in votes for one Mechanic that can be trusted
A once-powerful Arizona Boys Ranch football team struggles to find its way into the end zone
Arizona is awash in crystal methamphetamine, a highly addictive stimulant that makes the weak strong, the lazy motivated, the fat thin, the trivial profound. Abuse it enough, and it can also make you psychotic.
Wallace and Gromit filmmakers tackle Gumby Noir
FARMERS IN THE GILA RIVER BASIN HAVE ALREADY SUCKED DOWN $500 MILLION IN GOVERNMENT PORK. NOW THEY WANT ANOTHER $20 MILLION FOR A SENSELESS FLOOD-CONTROL PROJECT.
BRANDING COMES OUT OF THE CORRAL AND INTO THE FASHION ARENA
IN OTHER PLACES, ABANDONED FIELDS GO BACK TO NATURE ON THEIR OWN. IN THE DESERT, THEY NEED LAURA JACKSON'S HELP.
ROBERT EARL KEEN JR.'S SONGS HAVE MORE MEAT THAN A LONE STAR BARBECUE