The FBI has broken up a spy network based in Houston that "enhanced" the capabilities of the Russian military by exporting sensitive, U.S.-made electronics. Alexander Fishenko and 11 others have been charged with falsifying documents and generally fooling the U.S. Department of Commerce in the last ... More >>
Massachusetts' electropop outfit Passion Pit got fans moving with its full-length debut, Manners, in 2009. The group followed it up this year, with Gossamer, full of the same catchy synth tones, but with much darker undertones. Songs like "I'll be Alright" provides a glimpse into songwriter Michael ... More >>
Just utter (or type) the words food and truck in close proximity, and some people freak out -- while others drool. It's the same among Chow Bella's staff, which is why when we decided to unveil our first "Point-Counterpoint" (with thanks/apologies to our sister blog in Houston, Eating Our Words) the ... More >>
It was somewhat of a surprise that NOFX sold out last night's Marquee Theatre show at the very last minute. In spite of Fat Mike's poo problems and outspoken attitude toward our city, we welcomed the band with open arms and screamed along to the songs as if our lives depended on it. To top off our ... More >>
Getty ImagesThose devilish Danes have done it again. Curse their delicious Nordic cuisine! (Not really. Pass the Greenland musk ox, please.) Restaurant magazine and S. Pellegrino's annual "World's 50 Best Restaurants" list is out and it seems Denmark, the land of Lego AND Hans Christian A ... More >>
The Twelves are scheduled to perform on Sunday at 910 Live.Like many other DJs and EDM artists have done in recent years, the Brazilian beat-blasting duo of João Miguel and Luciano Oliveira (a.k.a. The Twelves) made it to the big time via the blogosphere.After their raucous remixes of MIA, Asobi Se ... More >>
Image: MCSO Marcos Domingo Mejia has been sentenced to one year in jail for graffiti tagging.Phoenix prosecutor Will Gonzalez says he's "fascinated" by the case of Marcos Mejia, the 42-year-old graffiti vandal who recently received a one-year jail sentence for taggin ... More >>
Arizona's cunning culinary wizard Chef Kaz Yamamoto prepares taboo illegal moveable feasts for the elite and über-rich
Maricopa County jail personnel handled an unruly prisoner so harshly that he died. So what else is new?
Move over, Bono; here comes Brandtson
A hot new sport -- from France -- gives teens an excuse to act like kindergartners
Octogenarian dancer still on his toes
Music critics reveal their deepest, darkest record-buying secrets in New Times' annual poll
Gourmet House of Hong Kong
A couple hours from Phoenix, tens of thousands of Mexicans work on maquiladora assembly lines for $1 an hour, making the toys and tools of American convenience. Critics say the maquila system lets U.S. corporations maximize profits on the backs of Third W
Spawn's creator revolutionized the comic-book industry. But did he survive Hollywood with his soul intact?
Starbucks, the high-powered gourmet coffee-house chain, finally finds grounds for expansion into Arizona
THE FEDS DESPERATELY WANTED THE CROATION IMMIRANT TO BE AN ILLEGAL GUNRUNNER. WHEN HE REFUSED, THEY BUSTED HIM ANYWAY.