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Monica Robles' New Windsor Hotel

8 years ago by Claire Lawton
Artist: Monica Robles Medium: Digital Photography Ever since I moved to Phoenix I have been fascinated by this hotel. I was drawn to the old neon sign and interesting textures on the weathered walls. I feel this hotel has many stories to tell. I just love that Phoenix still has pre...

Wine, Winemakers and Winos: What You Missed at the Paso Robles Winemaker Dinner

8 years ago by Hannah E Williams
Where there is wine and winemakers, you can be damn sure there will be winos, which is why we hit the trifecta at the Paso Robles winemaker dinner at Petite Maison this Monday. The winemakers of Paso Robles showcased their signature Rhône varietal blends with a five-course meal Chef James Porter specifically concocted to complement the wines, but the entertainment really started when the wine started flowing freely.

J.R. Williams' Desert Discovery

8 years ago by Claire Lawton
Artist: J.R. WilliamsMedium: Phoenix Tourism AdvertisementIn 1930, cartoonist J.R. Williams (of Out Our Way fame) was commissioned to draw a panel for the Valley of the Sun. The advertisement was used in conjunction with winter rates on the Transcontinental Railroad to "a romantic desert country of intriguing wonders." The countdown to Best of...

Feedback from the Issue of Thursday, November 12, 2009

DO THE HASSLE The coward will probably be promoted: Thanks, New Times, for the story of William Robles in Guadalupe. Robles is a brave man, and Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy Loren Gaytan is an unprofessional coward. If Gaytan worked for a real police force, he'd probably be fired. But seeing...
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Best Guadalupe Activist

William Robles

If there's anything going down in Guadalupe, William Robles is the first to know about it. That's one reason why so many reporters stay in contact with the local community activist, who can often be seen doing security for different private and city events or patrolling the square-mile municipality of...

Feedback from the Issue of Thursday, November 26, 2009

THE DEFIANT ONES Uh, Joe's a politician, not a cop: We're sick and tired of New Times always bashing the best police officer we have, Joe Arpaio, and building up those who oppose his crime fighting. This only helps the criminal element. That's why it was nice to see The...

The MCSO Retaliates Against a Guadalupe Activist; Plus, John Huppenthal Spews Bogus Stats During a Prejudice Party at the Arizona Capitol

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
LOCAL HEROES Ever since the MCSO's contract for police services with the town of Guadalupe was renewed earlier this year, a small band of residents of the square-mile town has sought to monitor the interaction of sheriff's deputies with Guadalupanos. A month and a half ago, these half-dozen or so...

Police Women of Maricopa County Set to Premier on TLC on February 25

9 years ago by James King
The Maricopa County Sheriff's Office's latest stab at reality TV is set to premier on February 25, says the show's network, TLC.Police Women of Maricopa County is the followup to TLC's first chick-cop reality show, Police Women of Broward County.The show follows four MCSO lady-cops as they peruse the county and...

3 Best Things to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix

5 years ago by Lauren Saria
Dia de los Muertos Celebration Saturday, November 1 and Sunday, November 2 This weekend Barrio Queen Tequileria in Old Town Scottsdale will be offering a variety of dining and drinking specials in honor of Dia de Los Muertos. The restaurant and bar will have deals such as $10 Hibiscus Margaritas...

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