Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it. Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix.
And here are a few of the coolest -- our top five must-see shows this week.
Luke HolwerdaThere's something inherently incongruous about the serene, relentlessly thoughtful music U2 made at its creative peak and the stadium-sized spectacle that came to Glendale last night. Sure, the band has been one of the few extant rock acts capable of (nearly) selling-out football fie ... More >>
Coyotes fans gather outside Native New Yorker on Saturday.For a slide show from Saturday's rally, click here.Chants of "Let's go Coy-otes!" and "Stay away Canada!" filled the air on Saturday as about 200 Valley ice hockey fans in white rallied to show their support for keeping the Phoenix Coyo ... More >>
A BlackBerry Curve costs a couple hundred bucks, but is team spirit priceless?BlackBerry CEO Jim Balsillie's bid to purchase the Phoenix Coyotes and move them to Canada is far from a done deal, but that hasn't stopped Valley hockey fans from organizing a "Save the Coyotes" r ... More >>
An SUV collided with a light rail train Wednesday night at 7th Avenue and Camelback. The crash sent another car careening over the barrier, but no one was hurt, and light rail continues to run as usual...Chandler fire crews battled a two-acre palm tree fire near Brooks Farms and Tower Road ... More >>
Police in Mesa are investigating what the East Valley Tribune's calling the city's first homicide of the year. The victim, Rick Glum, was stabbed to death in a West Mesa neighborhood . A motorist found Glum's body Sunday morning...Catholic priest Chris Carpenter has been excommunicated from the ... More >>
BlackBerry phones caused John McCain a bit of embarrassment several months ago after one of John McCain's campaign staffers said incorrectly that the Arizona Senator "helped create" them.
Now it seems his former campaign workers can't even figure out how to erase private data on ... More >>
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