<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  133  |  ...  |  266  |  ...  |  399  |  ...  |  445  |  446  |  447  |  ...  |  532  |  Next Page >> 8901 - 8920 of 10625

  • Article

    Can't Miss: Living Space

    Standing in the vacant lot beside Modified Arts, 407 East Roosevelt, this plywood wall created by (from left in photo) students Marcial White, Jordan Womack, and Ben Hyde, provides attendees with a chance to pick up some spray paint and create "live ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 1, 2007
  • Article

    Can't Miss: Tilt Gallery

    The masterful black and white copper-plate photogravures from Angela Franks Wells' "Parts & Labor" series are highlighted at Tilt Gallery, 919 West Fillmore Street. More than two dozen images feature an "intimate view" of the workspaces and tools of ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 1, 2007
  • Article

    Virtually Perfect - Virtua Fighter 5 delivers . . . exactly what you'd expect

    For the aging videogamer, nothing's as sorely missed as the corner arcade. Unlike the family-friendly Dance Dance Revolution discos you see today, classic arcades were seedy little dives tucked into strip malls -- dark caves thick with the musty bou...

    by Gary Hodges on March 1, 2007
  • Article

    Weed Killer

    Tenacious D in the Pick of Destiny (New Line) You probably already know where you stand on Tenacious D, the pudgy hard rock comedy duo that made Jack Black famous. And if you haven't heard of them, this isn't the place to start: Their DVD of short...

    by Robert Wilonsky on March 1, 2007
  • Article

    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of February 27

    Bratz: Fashion Pixiez (Lions Gate) Conversations With God (Fox) Cool It Carol (Image) Deep Red (Blue Underground) Dreamland (Image) Filmation's Ghostbusters (Brentwood) George Carlin: Life Is Worth Losing (MPI) Journey to the End...

    on March 1, 2007
  • Article

    Crafty Folk - Straddling the border of kitsch

    In serious art circles, "craft" is a dirty word. It means crocheted doilies and wooden birdhouses, the handmade kitsch you would find at church rummage sales. Form is secondary to function. Installation artist Bruce Nauman, who was featured in PBS' A...

    by Wynter Holden on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    Do Me - Making a Collective Gesture

    Any scene worth its salt comes with cliques, and the coolest club in the Phoenix art world is Collective Gesture, a group of artists, curators, and writers who communicate mostly via an invite-only listserv. Sometimes they come out to play, and this ...

    on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    Reviews of current exhibits, shows and installations

    "Tenacious" at Tempe Public Library's Connections Caf: At first glance, artist Barbara Burton's quirky monoprints of bunnies and teacups seem well-suited to a coffee shop that's just a stone's throw from dog-eared copies of Brer Rabbit and Winnie th...

    by Wynter Holden on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    Channel Surfing - There's more than one way to play with your Wii

    So you've beaten Zelda and can hurl a 90 mph fastball in Wii Sports without shattering your 50-inch plasma. Now what? It's time to explore the rest of the "channels" -- some of them included with your Wii, and most free to download. Like cable TV,...

    by Chris Ward on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    Chick Flick

    Shut Up & Sing (Genius) It's a shame that one of 2006's best documentaries is being released without extras; it would have been nice, for instance, to hear feisty Natalie Maines talk with directors Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck about her reactio...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of February 20

    Apartment Zero (Anchor Bay) Babel (Paramount) The Bros. (Lions Gate) Crooked (Lions Gate) Crossover (Sony) Curious George: Zoo Night and Other Animal Stories (Universal) Dark Castle Horror Collection (Warner Bros.) Flushed Away ...

    on February 22, 2007
  • Article

    Sad Sedaris - Was it naive to hope for more from a play about a big ball of cheese?

    David and Amy Sedaris' The Book of Liz is a smart, funny, shrewdly crafted piece of writing, full of sly social commentary and jam-packed with goofy double entendres. None of this is apparent in Space 55 Theatre Ensemble's leaden production of the pl...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    Judy Kaye - You have to be good to sing that badly

    Who says Phoenix doesn't turn out winners? Not former Phoenician Judy Kaye, on whose mantel rests a Tony Award for her portrayal of Carlotta in The Phantom of the Opera. Along the way, she's appeared in the original Broadway Grease (as a replacement ...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Munched: This workshop reading of local actor/author Kim Porter's new play features Ken Love in a story about Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, a psychiatric disorder in which mothers poison their kids in order to get attention for themselves. Here, we m...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    Do Not Disturb - Hotel Dusk is a great game for people who haven't heard of "books"

    Lately, the Nintendo DS has become a virtual Monster.com. You can play a defense attorney (Phoenix Wright), surgeon (Trauma Center), and even a cook (Cooking Mama). Now, thanks to Hotel Dusk: Room 215, you can add private eye to that list. But do...

    by Gary Hodges on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    Royal Flush

    Marie Antoinette (Sony) Sofia Coppola's third feature grabs you by your frilly lapels from the jump, with Gang of Four's "Natural's Not in It" showering guitar chords all over the credits as Kirsten Dunst nods to the audience, as if to say, Hang t...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of February 13

    Bicycle Thieves: The Criterion Collection (Criterion) The Boy From Lebanon (Picture This) The Butcher Boy (Warner Bros.) The Cave of the Yellow Dog (Tartan) The Departed (Warner Bros.) Devil's Den (Starz) F**K (ThinkFilm) Green f...

    on February 15, 2007
  • Article

    Cause Celeb - The golden touch

    Make a Saturday morning stop at the neighborhood garage sale, and you might find a stack of watercolors depicting flowers, butterflies and landscapes, at 25 cents apiece. They look like public-access how-to works, and they really aren't that great. M...

    by Lilia Menconi on February 8, 2007
  • Article

    Reviews of current exhibits, shows and installations

    "Armor de Amor Agave Art for the 21st Century" at five15 Gallery: Artist Carrie May Kreyche pairs natural objects with manmade materials to make humorous, yet profound, observations about the world around us. In her Suckulent series, a baby-bottle ...

    by Wynter Holden on February 8, 2007
  • Article

    Mustache Ride - In the latest WarioWare, you can pick your friend's nose

    Explaining the appeal of the WarioWare series is like trying to describe a fever dream: It doesn't make sense unless experienced. Nevertheless, here goes: Mario's Bizarro-universe twin, the greedy Wario, has invented more than 200 absurd microgam...

    by Chris Ward on February 8, 2007
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  133  |  ...  |  266  |  ...  |  399  |  ...  |  445  |  446  |  447  |  ...  |  532  |  Next Page >> 8901 - 8920 of 10625
Phoenix Concert Tickets

Find an Arts Event

Phoenix's 100 Creatives

From the Print Edition

Local Galleries Are Suffering from Heat Exhaustion This Summer Local Galleries Are Suffering from Heat Exhaustion This Summer

Misery loves company. I guess that's why people won't stop talking about the fiery furnace that is a Phoenix summer. Arizonans have a complex when it comes to the heat,… More >>

Loading...