Thousands of fans of all ages packed into US Airways Center to see American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson, co-headliners The Fray (who closed the show), and Carolina Liar. Clarkson was supporting her latest effort "Stronger" and the Fray were touring behind their third release "Scars and Stories." Both acts delivered the goods and performed their biggest hits.
During hot summer days, Mill Avenue is easy to navigate- you can easily find an unoccupied parking meter, and the lines in bars and restaurants aren't too long thanks to ASU students going home between semesters. The same cannot be said for weekend summer nights, as certain Mill hotspots are...
Alcohol and pork was the name of the game at the Revenge of the Pig dinner hosted by Citizen Public House in Scottsdale on Tuesday, July 31. At $75 per person, guests gobbled down six courses of Miss Piggy, and sipped six pork-paired cocktails.
by Alex Rodriguez
The torrential rainstorms that drenched Phoenix on Saturday, July 28, weren’t enough to stop the good old-fashioned dirty fun of from happening. Members of local swashbuckler enthusiast group the Dread Pirate Fleet presented an evening of mud wrestling outside of Revolver Records featuring the...
About 200 hundred people peacefully protested Saturday morning against the immigration policies of Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the federal government in a march starting at a Central Phoenix park and ending at a local immigration office. Read the full story here.
Photos by Uriel J. Garcia.
Despite the famous last name -- and the fact that he plays the same instrument as his father -- Ravi Coltrane, son of jazz icons John (sax) and Alice (piano), doesn't pretend to be anything more than just a saxophonist. He could claim rights of royalty or expect open doors, but such notions...
Guests trickled into the jazz-filled After Hours Gallery complete with skyline views, natural lighting, and the il Tocco staff preparing sweet and savory bites.
Couples, friends, and a few solo artists seated themselves around the kitchen on couches and at a dining table. Though they were more...
It was a ghastly good time at Rip’s Ales & Cocktails on Saturday night during their 2nd Annual Zombie Beach Party. Zombie makeup was provided for a small donation and four different bands rocked the house throughout the night.
Photos by Gabriella Jaffee
Beer-lympics, a bachelorette party, and birthdays all on Friday night at Calico Jack's Cantina in Glendale. What better way to get into the Olympic spirit than playing in the Beer-lympics?
Photos by Melanie Mathieu
On Thursday night at Spanish Fly Mexican Beach Club in Old Town Scottsdale, there was a bikini contest replete with sexy ladies, plenty of drinks, and did we say bikinis? Women strutted their stuff to the hoots and hollers of the crowd and the New Times was there to capture it all.
Some of the stories that marked the month of July included Sheriff Joe Arpaio taking the stand in his racial-profiling trial, Timeless Ink Tour 2012, Fourth of July madness and more. Check out the top stories of the month captured in photos. Phoenix New Times Staff.