Andrew Jackson Jihad might be the best band Phoenix has produced. And unlike certain local punk bands from the '80s, they remain relevant. Unlike most musicians who move elsewhere to "make it," totally neglecting their hometown later, Sean Bonnette and Ben Gallaty have made every effort to stay invo ... More >>
Last year we marked the hundred day countdown to Best of Phoenix by sharing some of our favorite food folks' "Personal Best" lists. This year we're bringing back our list of 100 Favorite Dishes. Have a suggestion for a dish you'd like us to try? Leave it in the comments section or email lauren.saria ... More >>
Former U.S. Surgeon General Rich Carmona and Congressman Jeff Flake are fighting hard to win the senate seat being vacated by retiring Senator Jon Kyl.
Image: @jeffgokeeCheck out this and other shots from readers of last night's "jegos" on the New Times site. Nothing against the Sudanese, but "haboob" is a dumb-sounding name to English-receiving ears. It inspires more ridicule than the awesomeness these wind-blown monsters deserve.The news m ... More >>
International artist showcases pretty junk at DBG
Biebs, Bangs and a Bad, Bad ManSometimes a new video comes along and hogs all the internet headlines for a week -- sometimes even two may share the limelight. Not this week. No sir, this week there are three -- three -- magical new music videos for your skewed viewing pleasure.Violent JJ, the son of ... More >>
Nearly two million views and growing, Stevens' redneck anthem "Come To the U.S.A."I'm sure everyone under the age of 45 is scratching their heads, going, "Ray, who?" But Ray Stevens was actually popular in the '70s for a second, crooning silly comedy songs about streaking and one called, believe it ... More >>
By Martin Cizmar Local photographer and musician Elliot Lincis is doing what he can for the people of Darfur, the region of Sudan that’s been the scene of bloody conflict since 2003. He’s recorded a song called “Never Again,” an old school “We Are The World” style anthem that features t ... More >>
Nonfiction continues its ascent on screen
Doc treats Sudanese lost boys as feel-good fodder, ignoring their plight and their history
The best underground black music from the U.S., Brazil, the U.K., the Caribbean and Africa
Letters from the issue of Thursday, September 15, 2005
Kerry's a wuss. Dubya's a doof. How can anybody vote for either of these clowns?
Skeleton crew pulls the strings
Refugee story stirs the heart
Our critics pick the flicks that the best-of list overlooked
Antoine Fuqua and Bruce Willis lend nobility to brutes
La FOMMA stages a revolution
The boy-to-man adventure of The Four Feathers returns for a new generation
Playback Theatre's performances belong to the audience
Nobody can say why Loi Nguyen fell through the cracks. All they can say is they're sorry.