Scramble, the four-year-old fast casual breakfast spot in Sunnyslope, is expanding to Scottsdale. And although the cheery theme, size, and breakfast and lunch menu of familiar American dishes will remain pretty much the same as the original, the Scottsdale Scramble will offer something the Sunnyslo ... More >>
Beer: Sunbru Brewery: Four Peaks Brewing Co. Style: Kolsch ABV: 5.2 percent If you people are any part the beer geeks you claim to be, you'll journey outside your homes on Saturday, May 18, into the increasingly balmy summer air and over to the AmeriCAN Canned Craft Beer Festival. You'll get to lis ... More >>
It may be lacking a few finishing design flourishes, but Gringo Star Street Bar, destined to be the coolest new hangout on Mill Avenue, is up and running and has been since last Thursday. Owner Julian Wright says he wanted to "capitalize on the graduation market" and did. The place was packed the fi ... More >>
If you're one of those people who bakes a pie to cheer up a friend, makes your specialty carrot/red velvet/whatever cake for everyone's birthday, and routinely pulls together all manner of adorable goodies for your children's school programs and bake sales . . . well, bully for you (and the rest of ... More >>
Looking for something to put in your mouth this weekend? We've got you covered. Check out what's on our plate. See Also: - Kevin Binkley to Open Bink's Midtown in Phoenix on Wednesday - Urban Cookies Bakeshop's Brady Breese: Caramelpalooza Candymakers 2013 Arizona Rare Fruit Grower's Spring Plant ... More >>
Attorney Mark Hummels was taken off life support last night, and he became the second person to be killed as a result of Wednesday's office-building shooting in Phoenix.The attorney for the Osborn Maledon law firm and businessman Steve Singer were shot by 70-year-old Arthur Harmon, after they were a ... 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 >>
Remember yesterday when the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office put out a press release saying how it used its "cell phone technology" to track down an inmate who escaped from an MCSO jail? Well, that was bullshit.We spoke to U.S. Marshal for Arizona David Gonzales this morning, and he tells us the ... More >>
A minimum-security inmate at one of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's jails escaped "several days ago," but was arrested this afternoon at his girlfriend's house in New Mexico, the MCSO announced this afternoon.If this is the first you're hearing about an escaped MCSO inmate, that's because th ... More >>
The Margarita Lite at IslandsCourtesy of Islands RestaurantsIt used to be that if we wanted a margarita under 100 calories, we'd just take a shot of tequila, salt first, lime last. But there's a new trend blending behind the bar. From Islands to Blanco Tacos, low-cal margaritas -- most often c ... More >>
http://www.etsy.com/shop/rebeccaheartsny Mom always said breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and who are we to argue? Whether you're just waking up or never went to sleep, a big plate of something delicious is vital -- and we're full of ideas about where to get it. Here are Chow ... More >>
Courtesy of Jeff ArundelArundel's music improved as times got tougherThis week's music feature is on singer-songwriter Jeff Arundel taking a trip down memory lane. Depending on how narcissistic or realistic they are, asking an artist to review the work he did a decade ago could either go pretty w ... More >>
There's much debate in the culinary community about the origin of Eggs Benedict in the US. Some say the dish was created by a couple who used to dine once a week at the famed Delmonico's restaurant in New York City. A letter printed in the September 1967 issue of New York Ti ... More >>
Alberto grew up in Phoenix, after his illegal-immigrant parents took him here when he was two years old. The young man, now 18, left town this summer for New Mexico to escape Arizona's oppressive, anti-undocumented fervor.Santa Fe's The New Mexican newspaper details his story in its online e ... More >>
Food Network Nom Nom TruckEarlier this week we mentioned four Arizona food truck companies that are season 2 nominees for The Great Food Truck Race on The Food Network. We hope you follow the link to vote for your local food roadsters and a chance for you to win a trip to NYC for The Food ... More >>
With a seemingly endless supply of pineapples at their disposal, Carl's Jr. is adding another new menu item to its list of those sporting the Dole seal of approval. The Hawaiian grilled chicken salad will join the Teriyaki chicken sandwich, and the single, double, and six-dollar Teriyaki burger ... More >>
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January 21 - 27, 1999
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