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Valley Fever
2:55 pm
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Video: Arizona Lawmaker Suggests Law Requiring Attendance at Church Republican Arizona Senator Sylvia Allen suggested this week that lawmakers should debate forcing people to attend church services once a week. Allen acknowledged such a law would never be allowed... More >>
Valley Fever
1:13 pm
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Wife Bites Husband: Pinal County Employees Fight at Work, Leave Marks A Pinal County janitor bit her husband, a court bailiff, during a recent fight over a cell phone in the Superior Court building. Heather Ojeda, a facilities maintenance worker, is suspected of su... More >>
Up on the Sun
9:30 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Phantogram's Josh Carter Reveals Details on Collaboration with Outkast's Big Boi Phantogram has been making the big-time festival rounds over the past half-decade or so, and even though it isn't really a jam band, the group will stop at this weekend's McDowell Mountain Mus... More >>
Up on the Sun
8:50 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Right Hear, Right Now: 5 Great New Songs By Phoenix Artists Mitchell Hillman listens to more local music than just about anyone in the Valley. He presents his picks for best new music in his column, Right Hear, Right Now. The Senators - "Hummingbird"... More >>
Jackalope Ranch
8:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Postcommodity Retools Mechanisms of Western Culture to Critique Itself at SMoCA Indigenous art collective Postcommodity's two installations currently on display at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art as part of its "southwestNET" series until April 26, 2015 transform idy... More >>
Chow Bella
7:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
The Dressing Room to Open This Summer on Roosevelt Row You already may have seen the sign in the window of the building at 220 East Roosevelt Street in downtown Phoenix, but, according to Troy Watkins, it's going to be a few more months until the ne... More >>
Jackalope Ranch
6:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
"Minimally Speaking" Plays With Art History at Bentley Gallery in Phoenix Plenty of ink has been spilled on the topic of minimalism, a particular type of art process and product popularized during the 1960s. John Reyes, director for Bentley Gallery, describes it as ar... More >>
Valley Fever
5:55 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Arizona Lawmakers Weakening Animal-Cruelty Laws, Animal-Welfare Advocates Say Animal-welfare advocates are calling on Governor Doug Ducey to veto a bill that the advocates say weakens the state's animal-cruelty laws. House Bill 2150, passed by the Arizona Legislature this... More >>
Up on the Sun
3:54 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Drawing from Classic Rock and Funk, ?Valley Teen Gus Campbell Is Ready to Rock Though it's premature to call Gus Campbell a guitar god, he is a true talent. One could use adjectives like "wunderkind" or clichés like "He's an old soul," but the truth of the matter is the ... More >>
Up on the Sun
3:48 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
20 Years After His Death, Eazy-E Deserves a Spot on Rap's Mount Rushmore For Eazy-E, the concept of gangsta rap was fully formed in his mind. By 1986, the genre, which nobody then called "gang­sta rap" ("reality rap," please) had begun to sprout in L.A. by way of ... More >>
Ask a Mexican!
12:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Ask a Mexican on Mexicans Putting Down Their Own People Why are we put down by our own people for being educated and articulate (I've been called gabacho, and I'm as brown as the next guy) while the... More >>
Film Feature
12:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Can Generation X Grow Up Already? Noah Baumbach has always had a dash of hypochondria, but in the past few years, his doctor’s visits have changed. “If you're a worrier... More >>
Film Feature
12:00 am
Mar. 26, 2015
Phoenix News
Two Generations, One Actress: Sutton Foster on Her Empowering Role in Younger Doing everything right in one generation just makes you old-fashioned, even obsolete, in the next. That’s the harsh reality that confronts... More >>
Up on the Sun
12:16 pm
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Fifteen for '15: The Phoenix Acts to Watch This Year With summer preparing to give us a triple-digit reminder why the snowbirds leave in April, local musicians are hard at work. Lucky us, because we get to reap the fruits of their labors. The Pho... More >>
Up on the Sun
11:40 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Van Halen to Play Ak-Chin Pavilion on Monday, September 28 Van Halen is retuning to Phoenix later this year for the first time since 2012. The band known for hits like "Jump," "Hot for Teacher," and "Running With The Devil" will perform at Ak-Chin Pav... More >>
Valley Fever
11:35 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Phoenix 4-Year-Old Finds Gun, 3-Year-Old Brother Fires It A 3-year-old Phoenix boy fired a gun on Sunday while playing with his siblings in their parents' bedroom, police say. The kids, ages 3, 4, and 9, were playing in the bedroom when a handgun fell ... More >>
Chow Bella
10:00 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Andrew Calisterio and Micah Olson of Crudo in Arcadia: Spring Cocktail Guide, Continued One of the questions I like to ask bartenders is what they throw on the stereo while they're opening or closing -- when no one, save for their co-workers, are listening. Because what really s... More >>
Jackalope Ranch
9:00 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
2015 Arizona Governor's Arts Award Winners Announced Winners of the 2015 Arizona Governor's Arts Awards were announced in a Tuesday, March 24, ceremony at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel. The awards honor both individuals and businesses who h... More >>
Up on the Sun
8:47 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Original PHX Riot Grrrls Burning Bush Reignite for Reunion Show Before the Riot Grrrl movement of the early '90s or before the advent of social media, there wasn't a network of like-minded all-female bands across the country working together. All you had was... More >>
Valley Fever
8:29 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
"Secret Police Bill" Passes in AZ Senate Amidst Protest Members of the ACLU, NAACP, and other local activist organizations assembled at the State Capitol minutes after the Arizona Senate passed SB 1445, the controversial bill that prevents police de... More >>
Up on the Sun
8:22 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
The DJs of Thievery Corporation Still Are Peerless Samplers Twentieth-century writer Charles Colton coined the saying "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." For veteran club DJs Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, their modern interpretation of the phr... More >>
Chow Bella
8:00 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
7 CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) in Metro Phoenix 'Tis the season for Community Supported Agriculture! If you love great produce and supporting local farmers (and who doesn't?!), then this list is for you. ... More >>
Up on the Sun
7:49 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Heritage Hump Day: Less Pain Forever - "Throw Your Babies" Every Wednesday is Heritage Hump Day! That's because every Wednesday from now to the end of the year or before someone really big stops us, Heritage Hump Records (a temporary subsidiary of Onu... More >>
Jackalope Ranch
7:00 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
9 Signs You're Falling into a Thirst Trap A photo posted by Aylen A (@aylen25) on Mar 13, 2015 at 8:05pm PDT In the days before our lives became dominated by texting and social media, ambiguously sexual messages had to be sent out one... More >>
Valley Fever
6:30 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Arizona on Track to Close Gender Pay Gap -- in 29 Years Arizona could be one of the first states in the nation to close the gender pay gap, according to a new report from the Institute for Women's Policy Research. Women in the United States are paid ... More >>
Valley Fever
6:00 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
Debra Milke: I Had "Absolutely Nothing" to Do With Son's Murder Debra Milke spoke publicly for the first time yesterday after more than two decades on Arizona's death row for her son's murder. A federal court overturned Milke's conviction after finding that t... More >>
Up on the Sun
4:03 am
Mar. 25, 2015
Phoenix News
10 Must-See Bands At McDowell Mountain Music Festival Long before the Valley of the Sun was boasting multiple major music events, as seems to be the rage these days, McDowell Mountain Music Festival stood alone as the premier metro Phoenix outdoo... More >>
Valley Fever
1:44 pm
Mar. 24, 2015
Phoenix News
Positive Developments in Sky Harbor Noise Problem For any Phoenix residents expecting an evening of lip service by the city's Aviation Department, last night's Community Outreach Meeting was a pleasant surprise. After six months of disruptive... More >>
Valley Fever
11:14 am
Mar. 24, 2015
Phoenix News
New Tax Break for Arizona Religious Groups Approved by Governor Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill that gives a new tax break for certain religious groups. House Bill 2128, being pushed by the Center for Arizona Policy, was vetoed by Governor Jan Brewer after... More >>
Chow Bella
10:00 am
Mar. 24, 2015
Phoenix News
Sumo Maya Mexican-Asian Kitchen: Happy Hour Report Card The Spot: Sumo Maya Mexican-Asian Kitchen 6560 North Scottsdale Road 480-397-9520 sumomaya.com The Hours: Happy hour is daily from 2 to 6 p.m. Perfect for: Bringing anyone to happy hour, if th... More >>
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