Artist: The Earpsâ€‹Title: Get a RoomBasics: Who wants a dose of fun, lighthearted countrified rock music? Yeah, me either. "But this is Arizona, every other local band plays some sort of tame rock music with a country influence," you say. I know, I know -- it's inevitable to the point that mocking ... More >>
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Bad remake of an awful show
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, '05 may be a pleasant surprise
If only they were joking
A new play exposes the life of the late proprietor of Durant's, the Valley's legendary steak house
A farcical take on Deliverance
Desert Stages musical puts the 'ho in hoedown
Hans Olson gets his due after a 30-plus-year odyssey
Bob Hoag may orbit the moon, but he may just launch your band into the stratosphere
Phoenix's gay burlesque troupe's starring at a mega-lesbian-fest beside the ladies' pro golf championship. Could fortune and fame be next?
What Women Want is a movie that's better than this two-hour advertisement
Steve Allen is credited with writing more songs than Dylan, Gershwin and the Baha Men combined. The big question is, where are they?
When Pearse Cullinane left Dublin to work for Fox Animation Studios in Phoenix, he hadn't counted on losing his rights in a right-to-work state. These days the only line he's drawing is in the sand.
Logic-challenged M:I-2 still manages visceral pleasures
A Magnolia by any other name still smells like Altman
Mystery, Alaska, scores a hat trick
Billy Squier gets philosophical and Trashman gets sick
James Woods heads up druggie clan in preachy Another Day in Paradise
Legendary record producer Snuff Garrett turned his back on Hollywood for a piece of the Arizona cowboy myth
It's do-or-die time for Joe "Soulman" Valiente and the most infamous band in the Valley
Everyone's in bed together in "family"-oriented Boogie Nights
Forty years ago, the Valley's most exotic resort put Scottsdale on the tourist map
Ruth, justice and the American way lampooned in issue-oriented comedy
Scottsdale's Steven McKay is an accomplished Hollywood screenwriter. His legal war with an ex-lover is as melodramatic as any B-movie.
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