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The 25 Best Coffeehouses in Greater Phoenix

4 months ago by New Times Staff
Including newcomers and old favorites, these 25 are our favorite coffee shops in greater Phoenix.
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Metro Phoenix's Essential Indigenous Kitchens: A List

6 months ago by Chris Malloy
A guide to Indigenous-run stands, restaurants, trailers, trucks, and pop-ups.
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SB 1070 Inspired a Decade of Social Justice Art in Metro Phoenix

9 months ago by Lynn Trimble
How SB 1070 inspired a decade of social justice art in metro Phoenix.
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Seven Coffee Shops With Great Food Menus in Metro Phoenix

9 months ago by Bri Cossavella
Attention, sunrise champions and 2 a.m. creatives: Here's some Valley spots with coffee and tasty eats.
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Migrant Fathers Seek Damages From USA for Family Separations

2 years ago by Hannah Critchfield
They didn't see their children from two months. Now they're asking for $3 million each in damages.
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How Curator Tiffany Fairall Is Mixing It Up in Mesa

2 years ago by Lynn Trimble
Tiffany Fairall has big plans now that she's chief curator for Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum.
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Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum is distinguished by its thoughtful, imaginative approach to showing works by local, national, and international artists. Its solo and group exhibitions often feature women artists and artists of color, bringing much-needed diversity to the art scene. We never tire of seeing the museum's El Mac mural...
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On Chuck Taylor’s and Having It Better than Guatemala

12 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
First of all, please don't think that I'm a self-loathing Mexican; I was born in the U.S. to northern Mexican parents. As far as I know, my ancestry is just Indian, Spanish, and a little French. For some strange reason, I have developed an intense fascination, and you might say,...
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Numbers Dwindle Inside New Migrant Holding Facility in Yuma

2 years ago by Hannah Critchfield
Despite this, Border Patrol agents fear what will happen if funding for the family-only facility runs out.

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