DJ Brook B will be a part of the final Social tonight at Incog.There's a certain dilemma involved with this weekend. Should one go all out and spend the next 48-72 hours living it up? Or do you pace yourself and conserve some energy since there's only three days or work (if that) next week due to ... More >>
Backward Theatre presents a strange salute to a dark day
By Joe Lanman on flickr Creative CommonsYou're going to need something bigger than that.I did my fair share of being out and about these past two weeks, soaking up the Nick Cave lecture at SMoCA, making a jaunt to First Friday and hitting the Canalscape opening at ASU Art Museum (among other even ... More >>
It's been 16 years since the Furious Styles Crew first busted onto P-Town's cultural landscape back in 1993. And in that time span, the premier b-boy/hip-hop dance collective has been popping and locking up a storm. Their dances have become a major draw during First Fridays as well, drawing hund ... More >>
Poetry Industrial Complex addresses naps both violent and dirt-related
PAM goes native with PHX Chicano exhibit
By Lilia Menconi By Goran Konjevod. With marriage, the one year anniversary may mark the time when things have slowed down a bit. Life has hit its routine, you don't really go out that much anymore and maybe you just don't crumple the sheets like you used to. It could be time for a little inspir ... More >>
Falk and Lopez strike again -- just not where you'd think
Our 2006 guide to the crème of the creepy crop
Welcome to Creepy Town
A terrifying bag o' fun
Phoenix's Moulin Rouge says au revoir
OutFar! film fest outdoes itself
"Mutated vaudeville" cuts through the tinsel
A user's guide to Art Detour
Wreck your head at 'HAZ MAT'
Exhibition hails art's elite
Irreverent production gives new meaning to "Christmas roast"
From brilliance to madness and beyond, Jacob Martinez's artistic and personal journey has taken him further than he'd ever dreamed. The fire inside now quelled by medication, the nightmare of his mental illness is over. But at what price?
Letters from the week of June 6, 2002
The movement that Phoenix's Chicano artists began 25 years ago is far from dead. But the gallery that was their headquarters soon will be.
Only the disorganized, cluttered opening of 'Chaos Theory' bears any relation to this forgettable exhibit's title
ASU museum showcases "another" Arizona
April 2-8, 1998