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Debbie Reynolds Dies at 84

3 years ago by Becky Bartkowski
Just a day after her daughter.
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The 30 Best Concerts in Phoenix in May 2019

The summertime concert season is upon us.
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Even With Stopgap, Water Cutoff May Leave New River High and Dry

2 years ago by Joseph Flaherty
The clock is ticking for water-seeking residents in the New River and Desert Hills communities north of Phoenix.
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Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver Makes the Car Chase Soar Again

3 years ago by Bilge Ebiri
Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver is a remorselessly entertaining, impeccably assembled action-musical in which cars and people defy the laws of physics and common sense. They leap into gunfire and hop over hoods and careen down streets in perfect time to the beats of an unimpeachably cool soundtrack. It’s all absurd,...
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Ducey's Faith Office Assails 'Start by Believing' Advocacy Program for Rape Victims

3 years ago by Ray Stern
The Arizona Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family is admonishing police and prosecutors around the state to rethink their support of Start by Believing, a nonprofit initiative aimed at removing obstacles to the reporting of sexual violence.
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Nino McCurley of Nomadic Ice Cream Rolls on Tres Leches Cafe and Getting Motivation From Shia LaBeouf

3 years ago by Lauren Saria
From now until we publish the 2016 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times is naming 100 Tastemakers — members of our local culinary community who help shape the way we eat, drink, and think about food in Phoenix. Some you'll know, and for others, it'll be a first introduction,...
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The 40 Best Arizona State Fair Concerts of the Past 40 Years

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Think the Arizona State Fair’s annual concert series is nothing but has-beens and country bumpkins? Huh. You obviously have never been to one recently, pal. While it's true that years ago, the concert selection was sort of a mixed bag or heavy on country, things have sort of changed. These...
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Courtney Marie Andrews May Be A Wandering Soul, but Phoenix Is Home

4 years ago by Kristian C. Libman
Courtney Marie Andrews is always in flux and she wouldn’t have it any other way. The Phoenix born-and-raised folk artist has spent the better part of her adult life in some state of movement, never lingering in one place for too long. Though Arizona will always be home – “It’s...
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Todd and Kelly Bostock of Dos Cabezas WineWorks Share The Best Place For Post-Hike Picnics in Arizona

4 years ago by Lauren Saria
From now until we publish the 2016 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times is naming 100 Tastemakers — members of our local culinary community who help shape the way we eat, drink, and think about food in Phoenix. Some you'll know, and for others, it'll be a first introduction,...

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