Republican Representative Brenda Barton claims calling President Obama the "Fuhrer" has absolutely nothing to do with Hitler and that she just "used the German phrase for emphasis."What a coincidence. Speaking of which, we'll be referring to Barton as Adolf Barton from now on. It has absolutely noth ... More >>
Rise Against, The Gaslight Anthem, and Hot Water Music @ Mesa Amphitheatre, 9/28/12Punk fans really couldn't have asked for a better line up last night. As Tim McIlrath stated in our interview, it was a dream team of sorts, with punk vets Hot Water Music kicking things off, The Gaslight Anthem perfo ... More >>
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.
Sharon Van Etten's Tramp is a study in directness. Beyond Van Etten's voice, a clear, present, hum, there's the sounds -- sparse, and focused, produced by of Aaron Dessner of The National. The record is centered on the idea of clarity, illustrated by song titles like "I'm Wrong," "We Are Fine," an ... More >>
Dear anyone (and everyone) who has ever considered cutting a mustache out of felt and putting it on, well, anything, It's time to let go. Not only is your fascination with this variety of facial hair a little disturbing, it's a little late. The mustache (as it's currently known in embro ... More >>
The changing face of Bob Dylan on film
Rock doc is both poignant and topical
Sassi serves up swanky ambience and appetizers, but seems to fall off the (main) course
Terminal fear: Tom Hanks lives every traveler's worst nightmare
Crave the wave at Caribbean culture fest
Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan are Knights fallen on their arses
Gogol Bordello romps through a theater of punk, Gypsy folk and the macabre
Orpheum's organ pipes up for classic film series
Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
Go back in time with Orpheum movie series
Buster Keaton shills for 1960s suburbia in 'lost' John F. Long promo
Book passage immediately for Herberger's trippy American Safari
Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved, and is that so wrong?
Subtle it's not, but actor Frank Whaley's Joe the King gets the job done
Life Is Beautiful, even in Roberto Benigni's tragicomic concentration camp
August 13 - 19, 1998
Wallace and Gromit filmmakers tackle Gumby Noir