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For me, the night the Desert Sky Pavilion opens its gates for the first show of the season marks the beginning of summer. Comment?
One brand-new way to validate your musical tastes in front of your friends: Tell them that you were a fan of Huey Lewis and the News before he put on a raincoat and murdered Weird Al Yankovic with an ax. Comment?
Justin Timberlake is coming to Phoenix in December , and because he's Justin Timberlake that means tickets are on sale today at 10 a.m. Also because he's Justin Timberlake: The tickets, at least during limited presages, ranged in price from $62.50 to $1,950. That $62.50 ticket will get you high enough up the steps at US Airways Center that you'll ... (more) Comment?
Earlier in May, Justin Timberlake announced he would be coming through Phoenix on his enormous solo tour, which set off a concert-excitement bomb the likes of which hadn't been seen since -- well, since those Prince shows, I guess, even earlier in May. Comment?
Looking for something to put in your mouth this weekend? We've got you covered. Check out what's on our plate. Comment?
Pizzeria Bianco and Cibo may be downtown's mainstays for top-notch pies, but on Tuesday, May 28, another pizza powerhouse will enter the ring: Pomo Pizzeria. Comment?
What We Bought: With seven Valley locations, cheap prices, and specialty Mexican ingredients, Pro's Ranch Market is a great place for grocery shopping on the cheap. Comment?
Phoenix is just a few hip vegan restaurants and bakeries away from being officially cool. Comment?
Fans of The Yard, restaurateur Sam Fox's 53,000-square-foot dining and hangout space on Seventh Street in north Central Phoenix, can now add seafood to the multi-use urban mix. Comment?
Who else but the guy who thought to nudge semi-senile, publicity-obsessed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio into shilling for a restaurant called Pink Taco? The flack who bent campaign sign laws to get his sushi-slinging client publicity? The man who got himself fired by the Special Olympics for making a special ed joke on Twitter? quiet lately, ... (more) Comment?
Southwesterners often pride themselves on their knowledge of Latin American food, mostly focusing on the all-encompassing "Mexican" description. Comment?
For years, the Isac Amaya Foundation has been raising funds for scholarships to distribute to Arizona students to attend college and/or a university. Comment?
Imagine what it would be like to have a Phoenix business with an all-too-similar name to Amy's Baking Company , and you'll feel ABC Cake Decorating Supplies' pain. Comment?
A volunteer dance teacher who's worked with kids at several Valley high schools and a private dance studio is accused of having sex with a then-underage boy who was a student at Mountain Pointe High School in Ahwatukee. Comment?
Pastor Warren Stewart's life in Phoenix has been deeply rooted in fighting for civil rights, and he has been a bold voice for immigrants' rights and immigration reform. Comment?
Floyd Stilwell, former president of Marsh Aviation in Mesa, has been sentenced to a $250,000 fine and five years' probation for upgrading military aircraft engines for the Venezuelan Air Force. Comment?
Phoenix civil-rights leader Reverend Jarrett Maupin is moving forward with a complaint to the Department of Education about Queen Creek High School's "Redneck Day." Maupin has shared with New Times some of the correspdonance he's had with the Department of Education, and the department's Office of Civil Rights will at least "evaluate" Maupin's ... (more) Comment?
Kristen Suggs, a 25-year-old Phoenix resident, ran over and killed a pedestrian and drove away, police say. Comment?
Phoenix police and Mayor Greg Stanton have announced that another $100,000 from an anonymous donor will keep the gun-buyback program going. Comment?
Jodi Arias claims she prefers the death penalty to life in prison. If that's true, says the state AG's Office, she could be executed in as little as four years if she decides not to appeal. 1 comment