Creating a virtual band that somehow became the highest-charting death metal band in history and posing in Playgirl magazine aren't usually two things that go hand-in-hand. However, neither is directing a Soundgarden music video, then releasing a solo album, and co-headlining alongside Mastodon in s ... More >>
It’s not that I’m not used to Captain Squeegee going out of its way to do something; as lead singer Danny Torgersen’s Facebook friend I recently watched from a social-media-distance as he attempted to find some non-fluoridated water, which is not something I spend a lot of time wor ... More >>
See Also: Baby Strollers at Devoured?! Young Children?!?! The Horror! See Also: What's the Most Bizarre Thing You've Seen at a Restaurant? Breast feeding in public has its vociferous avatars and detractors but at the end of the day it is not unreasonable to say that the issue is debatable. Modesty ... More >>
To the glee of graff fans and pop-culture fiends, creators of The Simpsons announced this morning that an upcoming episode will guest star the kings of street art: Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Kenny Scharf and Robbie Conal. This March 4, all four will be appearing in an episode title ... More >>
Yeah, they're right. This guy definitely looks like he's about to die. There's really no gentle way to say it. People were expecting Amy Winehouse to die young. Even her own parents were prepared for her death. Celebrity deaths impact the public in varying ways, but there will always be ... More >>
Squeeze Gallery gets slimed
SoCal artist punks Disney
American League West leaders visit the Chase
Theatrical act is like a goofball version of Dresden Dolls
Cartoon sculptures shoot down gender stereotypes
Biting sarcasm? Pop-culture quippery? Were lovin it.
In anticipation of the upcoming live comedy show this Sunday at the Marquee Theatre featuring Adult Swim goofballs Tim & Eric, I feel I must bring to light the magnificent music video directing skills of Eric Wareheim (the nice young fellow on the right). Wareheim is the more musically inc ... More >>
This week's "Flier of the Week" comes (once again) from the local rave scene, which is known for its glossy, two-sided event fliers (perpetually hanging out at a Zia Record Exchange near you). The picture below is the front side of a themed event that pays homage to Stewie, that smart ass "baby" cha ... More >>
By Jonathan McNamara If you want to know about how the Shaq deal is affecting the Suns' chances of winning the championship, I suggest you check out Can the Shaq deal bring a title? Consider this: Steve Kerr's been beating the odds his whole life by Paul Rubin. Put that aside for now and let us foc ... More >>
Local boy gets an A-plus for F Minus
Zoinks! Like, I'm outta here, Scoobs!
Doom, gloom, and dark roast in Tempe
Shock and awwwww. . .
The Shapeshifters Was Here
(Cornerstone Recording Arts Society)
Monkeybone, like a dream, is best when half-remembered
Ring in the New Year with standup comedy
The Emperor's New Groove is a new groove for Disney, too
Boyhood passions and local music luminaries collide in Robin Wilson's new concept album-cum-animated series
Animated The Iron Giant earns its metals
The Prince of Egypt offers up the 10 commandments of (brotherly) love
Spawn's creator revolutionized the comic-book industry. But did he survive Hollywood with his soul intact?
Animation fest smacks of TV anarchy from Saturday mornings past