Editor's note: After the insanity of the last two weeks, we decided that the Amy's Baking Company saga desperately needed some context. New Times food critic Laura Hahnefeld graciously complied. A tall, thin man with long, gray hair and a pair of saggy but expensive jeans shakes the handles of tw ... More >>
Are you excited for the "grand re-opening" of Amy's Baking Company? We're thinking it could go one of three ways: anti-climactic, shit show, or surprisingly well. While we're waiting anxiously for tomorrow's events, check out our most-read Amy's Baking Company stories from last week. If you're one ... More >>
Seemingly moments after most of us were making Amy Bouzaglo's cat impersonation ("Meow, meow, meow -- meow, meow!"), uttered on last Friday's season finale of Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, the ringtone on our cell phones, the Internet decided to blow up, bonkers-style. See also: - Meet Amy's ... More >>
It was inevitable that Jason Rose represent Amy's Baking Company. Who else but the guy who thought to nudge semi-senile, publicity-obsessed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio into shilling for a restaurant called Pink Taco? The flack who bent campaign sign laws to get his sushi-slinging client pub ... More >>
The post-election dust has settled, and we would be remiss not to take a look at the scorecard for one of our favorite public-relations stuntmen -- famous (some would say infamous) spin-master Jason Rose. We see that he lost a few more petals in May, but Rose tells New Times that busine ... More >>
If your public relations firm happens to represent an organization that advocates for people with disabilities, it's probably in your best interest to not make fun of people with disabilities. Just ask Valley PR honcho Jason Rose, who took to Twitter over the weekend to compare a "knucklehea ... More >>
jelly-shot-test-kitchen.blogspot.com Hungry for your early morning serving of food news, with no preservatives or additives?Chili for CharityThis evening, head down to Z'Tejas on Mill Ave. in Tempe for their 6th Annual Chile Fest benefiting Special Olympics Arizona. This years Chile Fest menu wil ... More >>
. . . will it be any better than downtown Tempe?