We've already told you where the best student-friendly restaurants are around Arizona State University's main campus in Tempe. But don't worry, Downtown Phoenix students, we've got some suggestions for you too. Taking classes on the Downtown Phoenix campus gives you the opportunity to explore an u ... More >>
Several Valley restaurants have ditched the car keys and put the pedal to the asphalt to get food to hungry customers. Last time we checked, gas prices were still below the $4 a gallon mark, but maybe this move to bike delivery is more about the environment. Or maybe these people just really like to ... More >>
If you pick up a copy of the brand new New Times (or, I guess, just click this link) you'll come across my latest Sonic Truth column, a followup to the "Downtown is Ovah" column I penned predicting that the demise of Modified Arts will lead to a shift of live music and local bands to Tempe. Hopef ... More >>
Most Arizona voters hate the idea of cutting education to help balance the state's budget, says a new poll by KAET-TV and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism. Sixty-nine percent of respondents answered "education" to the question, "The one area in which I think cut ... More >>
If we had it to do over, would we publish the satirical saga of Chef Kaz Yamamoto? Hell yes! Punk you, if you can't take a joke!
GOP bigwigs and their pandering pals in the mainstream press are apoplectic about a state senator and New Times' fight to discover the truth. What're these pols trying to hide?
Taxpayers are footing the bill for a death row inmate's media kit. How much, you ask?
ASU journalism prof vows to boycott luncheon honoring Rooney
The Arizona State Board of Medical Examiners is failing to protect the public from potentially dangerous doctors
Arizona Senator John McCain is ready for a presidential run if the national press corps has anything to say about it