If there's one thing that The Sail Inn is famous for -- besides its granola-friendly jam band sessions and ultra-irie reggae fest on Sundays -- its putting on enormous musical repasts featuring hordes of local bands, DJs, and musicians. The venerated Tempe is built for such smorgasbords of acts and ... More >>
Oh you don't own a TV? How brave.
Seriously -- people love bragging about not watching TV, but they're missing out. Whether watching live, on Netflix, or on DVD, there's almost nothing as fun as zoning out in front of the TV.
We're partial to music too (you might have guessed), so when we started ... More >>
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I know, I know, what with Breaking Bad, the Olympics, and now Shark Week, the last thing we need is something else to glue our peepers to.
But let's get introspective for a moment.
Scottsdale-based Pita Jungle, the ... More >>
From now 'til we publish the 2012 edition of Best of Phoenix, New Times and Chow Bella present 100 Tastemakers -- Valley residents who make the cut in our culinary scene. Some you'll know; for others, it'll be a first introduction (but likely not the last). While you're here, check out our 100 Creat ... More >>
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It's only been a few days since last Sunday's season finale of Mad Men, but the episode is still sparking plenty of discussion around the water cooler. This past season of Mad Men, the show's fifth, felt a bit hit and miss at times. It may have started off slow, but it picked up towards the end of t ... More >>
I know as much about Chilean hip-hop as I do Bolivian death metal or Finnish free jazz. That said, you don't need a translator to be able to see or hear that French-Chilean MC Ana Tijoux is talented. Just sample any of her music videos online and you're sure to be intrigued, if not downright sm ... More >>
Everyone geeks out for something - as evidenced by the throng of classic and custom car enthusiasts who will descend on the Barrett Jackson Auto Show this week to slobber over dual overhead cams and bored-out-twin-turbo... something or other (check out today's slideshow here).Truly, I don't unde ... More >>
I'm not big on the holiday season, and neither is anyone who has to buy presents for me. Like any good geek, I'm an early adopter. Those go-to gift ideas? I've already bought them for myself. I've had the Kindle Fire on pre-order for months and I just tore myself away from hour 17 of the Lor ... More >>
Private eyes, privater stache -- John OatesYou could say that during the month of October, there are some questionable, but well-intended benefits that sexualize breasts for the sake of raising money for breast cancer research.Well, two can play at that game, ladies. Move over, October. Think you ... More >>
Mike Viola is one of those guys you've heard a hundred times and not realized it. He's the vocalist singing "That Thing You Do" (from the 1996 film of the same name); his '90s band The Candy Butchers scored serious buzz along side his friends Fountains of Wayne; he's written songs for Get Him to ... More >>
Today we published a list of ten great albums you may have missed in 2011, but one record Up on the Sun contributor M.T. Richards left off his list is one at the top of mine, The War on Drugs' Slave Ambient.
The album suggests the Nebraska Springsteen could have made if he teamed up with admitt ... More >>