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In Defense of Five Junk Food Favorites

6 months ago by New Times Food Staff
Twizzlers to Funyuns and magical Cool Ranch Doritos, our food writers defend their favorite snacks.
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Bar Flies at Valley Bar in Downtown Phoenix: Here's the March Lineup

5 years ago by Amy Silverman
Bar Flies — the New Times/Valley Bar live reading series — is bursting at the seams. So we're trying to something new on March 10, when the same lineup of readers will perform twice in one night. Doors open at 6 p.m. for a show at 7, and another at...
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Immigrants Stitch Together the Quilt of Phoenix Culture. Will It All Come Undone?

4 years ago by Stuart Warner
Documented or not, immigrants are woven into the fabric of Phoenix. You see their influence anywhere you turn, in our restaurants, our homes, our businesses, our schools, our theaters, our political arenas, our judicial system, our news publications. But is that fabric coming undone?
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Forked: Tales from the Front Lines of Food Service

4 years ago by Elizabeth Maria Naranjo
This month we asked some of our favorite writers to share tales of some of their favorite — and least-favorite — food workplace memories. You're welcome.
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Joey Robert Parks to Talk "26 Blocks" and the Downtown Phoenix Exhibit’s Ambitious Future

5 years ago by Robert Isenberg
Nearly six years ago, Joey Robert Parks came up with an idea: What if he paired writers and photographers to make an exhibit about Phoenix? Not just the major landmarks, but the inner city, the nooks and crannies, the regular buildings and side streets and open lots. “I had the...
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Does the World Really Need One More Coffee Shop with Scantily Clad Baristas?

4 years ago by Robert Isenberg
A new coffee concept promises to keep it breasty but G-rated.
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Krampuslauf Brings Germanic Christmas Demons to Downtown Phoenix

4 years ago by Robert Isenberg
Nothing says “Christmas cheer” like a horned demon.
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Infusion's Espresso and Orange Juice: How Does It Taste?

4 years ago by Robert Isenberg
Espresso is a dense form of coffee, and OJ is an even denser juice, so the drink is both filling and time-consuming to finish, allowing you to relish Infusion's ultra-hip environment. But does it taste good?
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