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Three Reasons to Watch Puscifer's Latest Streamed Concert (While You Still Can)

2 hours ago by Jennifer Goldberg
Don't sleep on getting your ticket to the band's "Billy D And The Hall Of Feathered Serpents Featuring Money $hot By Puscifer" show.

The Best Live and Virtual Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Week

9 hours ago by Lynn Trimble
Try yoga at your local brewery, enjoy a live concert, watch a cult film classic, or shop an artisan market.

CBD Coffee Is Brewing Differently on McDowell Road

10 hours ago by Allison Cripe
Now serving the world's safest speedball.

Phoenix Public Library Is Booking Limited In-Person Visits at Select Locations

10 hours ago by Lynn Trimble
Here's how you can make an appointment for a 45-minute library visit at one of eight library locations.

The Maggiore Group Is Opening a Mexican Restaurant in Paradise Valley

10 hours ago by Lauren Cusimano
The Mexicano will be a Mexico City-inspired eatery opening in late summer 2021.

Closing May 15: Chef Chrysa Robertson's Rancho Pinot in Scottsdale

19 hours ago by Lauren Cusimano
Chef Chrysa Robertson announced Sunday she will be closing her acclaimed Scottsdale eatery.

Lil Durk Concert Outside of Celebrity Theatre Disrupted By Chaos and Panic

23 hours ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Something that sounded like gunfire brought an early end to the packed show.

10 Great Middle Eastern Restaurants in Metro Phoenix

2 days ago by New Times Staff
Looking for kabobs, falafel, grape leaves, or baklava? The Valley has plenty to offer when it comes to Middle Eastern food.

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