In case you haven't noticed, since Oct. 6, 2012 (the 50th anniversary of the release of "Love Me Do"), we've been on a half-century celebration cycle in which we are scheduled to relive every Beatles innovation, every release of the Beatles' landmark career in real time, right until the inevitable 5 ... More >>
In case you missed any news action this week, we've got you covered.Here's our recap of the most-read news stories of the week:
Back in the dark ages, Republicans used to be all about the economy, stupid. A chicken in every pot, a home-entertainment center in every living room. Take, for instance, our last great Republican president -- William Jefferson Clinton. He demonstrated that a Democrat (in name) could be pro-busine ... More >>
The Beatles are the greatest band to ever hit this planet. You may have heard that. But how much do you really know? What I have found over the years, both in the record store and while conversing with my friends, is that most people recognize the Beatles brilliance, but their actual familiarit ... More >>
Think back on a gig you saw six or seven years ago, and about how much the landscape in our fair city has physically changed since. Now try imagining a gig from 46 or 47 years ago, and how much history has been paved over--then you'll get some idea of the amount of digging Arizona music historian Jo ... More >>
By David Thorpe While perusing Insane Clown Posse's Twitter timeline, like a person does, I came across something interesting: our favorite rap clowns announced a new update to their official smartphone app, which I didn't even know existed. For the advancement of pop journalism and human knowledge ... More >>
By Whitney Friedlander The lobby of Dave Grohl's Northridge-based 606 Studios has a Joan Jett book on the coffee table and a row of classic arcade games like Donkey Kong Jr. against one wall. On top of a photo booth sits an iconic "Moonman" MTV Video Music Award, festooned with a roll of toilet pap ... More >>
Right now, there's a Tool fan angrily venting about the lack of a new Tool album in some dark corner of the Internet. Right now, Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan is most likely working on something other than a new Tool album. As detailed in this week's Phoenix New Times cover story, Keenan is a ... More >>
Roger Waters Performs The Wall US Airways Center Tuesday, May 15 The spectacle that is Roger Waters' The Wall tour deserves more than a cursorily run-through. The concert is as much theater and cutting-edge theatrics as it is a musical production, and each aspect deserves -- requires -- equal respe ... More >>
In this week's issue, I interviewed Shawn Stern of Youth Brigade and Tony Brandenburg of The Adolescents to determine what has kept punk alive for all these years. Both musicians have obligations outside of their perspective bands, with Stern running BYO Records and preparing for Punk Rock Bowling a ... More >>
Erica O'Neil BLT Steak's Executive Chef Laurent Tourondel and Head Chef Marc Hennessy prepare the Spice-Rubbed Cowboy Rib Eye. Erica O'Neil Thin-sliced cowboy rib eye with spicy herbed butter and a popover warm from the oven. A lucky group of Chase credit card members spent this ... More >>
The Beatles: Unquestionably the most influential rock band of all time.Today The Beatles and the company formerly known as Apple Computer Inc. struck a deal resulting in the release of the band's music on iTunes for the first time.The band's entire output -- 12 studio albums with 193 tracks from ... More >>
The comedic kestrel makes the Joe Show in Sun City West, shares a few Joe jokes of his own, and grills state Representative Russell Pearce about his links to white supremacists
Thanks to a bright invention, Valley favorite Jerry Riopelle is finally on the verge of becoming cool
The Boss Hogg and Aeon Flux of the PHX hit the Hidden House and cop a bag of hip-hop at The Shop
U2's self-invented legacy is a figment of Bono's imagination
See me, hear me, feel me, fund me! Are vlogging and podcasting the ultimate slacker careers?
There's a hoot for every night owl at Valley clubs this summer
This time, it's personal: Our look back at an intimate year in music.
Phoenix has always been hot. But can it ever be cool?
You've seen Legally Blonde, but did you know Elle Woods really grew up in Paradise Valley?
Our hung-over gal tries to remember what the Super Bowl was like at Fox Sports Grill.
Can Tom Liddy use his father's notoriety to break into Congress?
With the resurfacing of Yellow Submarine, can the rerelease of the original Beatles cartoons be far behind?
It was 20 years ago this week that Sgt. Pepper dropped a bomb on movie theaters, so where's all the rerelease hoopla?
This "official" John Woo knockoff is less than dazzling
Bank gave governor loan write-downs, despite evidence of false financial statements