After writing about PETA's letter to the National Buffalo Wing Festival earlier this week, we received a letter of our own from Amanda Schinke, senior media writer for the organization. Schinke wanted to share a "separate analysis" of the research she mentioned in the original letter. This study, c ... More >>
How do you feel about taking someone else's leftovers? We can totally see the draw of being able to easily giving away that half-eaten container of chow fun from last night that you want to believe you'll eat for lunch tomorrow, except that you have a lunch date with your friend at that new Mediterr ... More >>
We're starting the year in style by choosing the memoir so stellar, it inspired us to create Chow Bella Book Club. We're reading Blood Bones and Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef by Gabrielle Hamilton this month and it will be capped off with a visit from the author hers ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsJane ScottMusic writer Jane Scott, who covered just about every music legend you can think of during her 50-year tenure at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, died early Monday morning at age 92.As a female music journalist, Scott was a pioneer. She was the only woman reporter at a Cl ... More >>
Kris Kobach, defensive and dodgy in this Fox 10 interviewFox 10 News has posted a 13 minute interview that reporter Steve Krafft recently did with nativist law prof Kris Kobach, the guy who'll be "training" all 881 of Sheriff Joe's gendarmes on immigration law. It's an interesting watch, if only to ... More >>
The Motor City Madman: Ted NugentTed Nugent talks a lot about discipline. Speaking on the phone from his ranch outside Waco, Texas, the Detroit-born guitarist of "Cat Scratch Fever" fame comes back to it again and again. His life of clean living is the way to go, he says, living another way is nothi ... More >>
After looking like political asses in the '90s, Arizona Democrats have the money, moderation and 800-pound gorilla to kick some pachyderm tail
Ugly urban sprawl's the problem, not drought. Metro Phoenix has water to support 10 million souls
The Arizona Legislature may prove to be too much for ASU's unsinkable Michael Crow
The love story that may spark Arizona's New Economy.
A landmark Arizona court ruling leads a Mesa woman, her former physician and expert witnesses through a continuing controversy over flashbacks of long-ago sexual abuse.
The name sounds familiar...
History tells us that musicians who turn to the written word are just asking for trouble. Occasionally, though, something special sneaks through.
Jazzman Jay Busch hasn't given up on his 20-year struggle to bring something more than the status quo to the Valley music scene
Officials suppress documents that say how much developers would profit from a hockey arena and commercial complex that's seeking at least $350 million in public subsidies
The Crips who raped a retarded girl sprang from a 'hood where too many kids aspire to the thug life
ASU's Donald Johanson redefined our understanding of man's origins. But when he told the world about it in books and on TV, some scientists thought he talked too much.
Beyond Arizona, musicians rave about it, but the Phoenix Symphony, at 50, plays to half-empty houses at home. Can its new maestro, Hermann Michael, fill the seats?
Tucson's Black Moon Graffiti waxes large with a hip-hop/funk mlange that always comes correct @
ASU'S BASEBALL WIZARD LOVES TO PLAY HARDBALL. THIS YEAR, HE'S HAD TO.
THE MEN'S GYMNASTS WERE TRUE SCHOLAR-ATHLETES. THEY WON CHANPIONSHIPS, EARNED DEGREES AND STAYED OUT OF JAIL. NO WONDER ASU KILLED THE PROGRAM.