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Downtown Tempe presents Foodie Fri-YAYs at Tempe Beach Park- a new nighttime event series- every Friday from 5pm-9pm in the month of May. Each week features a rotating lineup of local food trucks and vendors, beer & wine, and live music. Free Admission. downtowntempe.com/FoodieFriyay
Are you ready to challenge yourself this Spring? Test your limits by participating in the A Mountain Challenge, which runs March 12 through April 30. Enjoy the outdoors while tackling hikes and achieve milestones that earn prizes. Register at: downtowntempe.com/AMountain
Happy 4/20! Here's our playlist of songs to groove to when you're celebrating tonight. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/18-songs…
The final writings of Phoenix punk icon Stevie D will be available tomorrow from a Tucson publishing house. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/the-late…
Rachel Mitchell will be the next Maricopa County Attorney, amid mixed reaction. Voters will decide if she keeps the job. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/rachel-mi…
Rachel Mitchell will be the next Maricopa County Attorney, amid mixed reaction. Voters will decide if she keeps the job. ow.ly/lkzG50IO8il
GOP Consultant: “Jim Lamon's TV ads would be so much better if they didn’t have Jim Lamon in them.” This time, the U.S. Senate hopeful claims he's Arizona's savior. On Easter. Voters verdict: Epic fail. ow.ly/H31K50INIKz
GOP Consultant: “Jim Lamon's TV ads would be so much better if they didn’t have Jim Lamon in them.” This time, the U.S. Senate hopeful claims he's Arizona's savior. On Easter. Voters verdict: Epic fail. ow.ly/itJM50INIVo
Maricopa County Attorney hopefuls walk away from "Stop the Steal" claims. ow.ly/oXXF50INJ1g
This tree sucks. But that may just help save the planet. ow.ly/7zEy50IMx8W
Are you ready to challenge yourself this Spring? Test your limits by participating in the A Mountain Challenge, which runs March 12 through April 30. Enjoy the outdoors while tackling hikes and achieve milestones that earn prizes. Register at: downtowntempe.com/AMountain
An Arizona man will spend more than a decade in prison for helping to supply rising rap star Mac Miller with the pills that killed him. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/an-arizo…
Maricopa County judge denies death penalty appeal, clearing state clemency board to consider Clarence Dixon case. ow.ly/KCJf50IMS1u
It looks like Brnovich's bid for U.S. Senate has hit choppy waters. ow.ly/Stfq50IMujY
Each year in Phoenix 420 becomes a bigger deal. Here's how to get your groove this year. ow.ly/1NT150ILC6z
A peek behind the tech curtain of how robots make fake news, the kind that's wrong, not the kind politicians don't like. How bots hijacked a New Times story is revealing. ow.ly/4x3050ILBRS
A lot is going on with Arizona's pot scene, as next week's 4/20 holiday approaches. A recap.ow.ly/6mra50IKFq5
Make the most of this perfect weather in Downtown Tempe- your spring destination. Hike “A” Mountain, rent a boat on Tempe Town Lake, and find your perfect happy hour or brunch on Mill Avenue. downtowntempe.com/Spring
The loud, nonstop drumming brought Mirabella residents out on onto their balconies and drew approving honks from passing cars. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/tempe-re…
Far-right candidates in key Arizona races continue to rake in the cash on bombast over border, 2020 election conspiracies. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/kari-lake…
We're looking for a news editor to lead our small but scrappy staff. Think you have the stuff? Or know somebody who does? Apply: ow.ly/IIq250IKFvm
Gemini Pizza is now open inside Bitter & Twisted in downtown Phoenix. phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/ge…
Events celebrating 420 start tonight in Phoenix. Here's where to go for parties, deals, and everything else marijuana-related. phoenixnewtimes.com/arts/best-420-…
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors seems to be breaking with tradition in seeking an interim county attorney by interviewing candidates for office. And there's a litmus test. ow.ly/Iwrt50IKSqW
You've got plenty of concert options this weekend around Phoenix. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/phoenix-…
It's not too late to make Easter reservations at one of these metro Phoenix restaurants. phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/20…
Arizona is on the move. The numbers are staggering. ow.ly/UlTf50IKFcp
They even spell marijuana differently in the Beltway, but that hasn't stopped Congress moving two pot research bills. But will they help? ow.ly/4gmZ50IKF9c
ASU built a senior community across the street from a music venue. Now, a judge has ruled that noise complaints from Mirabella could mean the end of Shady Park. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/tempe-mu…
Get what you need for the upcoming Passover holiday at these metro Phoenix restaurants and markets. phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/ho…
Is a Scottsdale man's pot water invention a miracle cure? Science says no, but testimonials from patients are striking. You judge: ow.ly/jvpG50IK3BO
The new owner of Lost Leaf has big plans for Phoenix's arts and music scene. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/david-ca…
It's looking like the end of the road for beloved Tempe landmark Big Surf Waterpark. phoenixnewtimes.com/arts/big-surf-…
Promoters expect 5,000 people to come to the first Buds-a-Palooza pot fest on Roosevelt Row. ow.ly/U4rv50IIU3B
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is readying to execute the first condemned inmate Clarence Dixon, but his lawyers say the clemency board is unfairly stacked against him. ow.ly/rO9X50II9uY
A new bill has paved the way for an Alice Cooper Arizona license plate. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/the-imag…
Kids have struggled in the pandemic with anxiety, depression and other mental health concerns. Could pot be a remedy? A new poll suggests most parents say: yeah, maybe. ow.ly/8ZPC50IHENt
Ripping off seniors is an old tradition in Arizona. Here are some of the whys and ways we've become a magnet for con-artists. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/arizona-s…
ASU is facing a free speech controversy over using student fees to pay for an anti-Semitic speaker. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/jewish-gr…
Beloved farmers' market staple La Belle Vie now has a home of its own in Scottsdale. phoenixnewtimes.com/restaurants/la…
We've got your weekend plans in Phoenix right here. phoenixnewtimes.com/arts/six-thing…
A contest we don't want to win: Phoenix's rate of inflation is the highest in the U.S., according to a new study. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/common-se…
If you're not at Country Thunder this weekend, you've still got plenty of concert options, including Chromeo, Baby Keem, and Rob Zombie. phoenixnewtimes.com/music/phoenix-…
Looking for a Sunday filler? Downtown Tempe has your back once a month with Second Sundays on Mill! Second Sundays will feature local artisans and artists, baked goods and unique gifts, with live musicians, free activities and more in the heart of Tempe. downtowntempe.com/SecondSundays
Get down to earth this Sunday, April 10, from 10 am – 3 pm, at 2nd Sundays on Mill. Mix good weather with good fun and celebrate all things sustainable and green in honor of Earth Month. Enjoy live music, street performances, and more! Discover More at: ow.ly/App950IEiRm
Steven Lemus was allegedly murdered by his cellmate.
Arizona’s dispensary license lottery is going ahead as planned on Friday.
The 19-year-old was arrested in Phoenix for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend. phoenixnewtimes.com/news/gateway-p…
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