The whiz-bang spectacle of the Fourth of July isn't gonna be limited to just skyrockets in flight or legal pyrotechnics going off in your neighbor's backyard, bub. The Valley's club scene tends to turn up the razzle-dazzle during the annual holiday with an abundance of can't miss Independence Day da ... More >>
Country music fans might want to make plans to get their boot-scootin' selves down to Old Town Scottsdale on Thursday, July, 4, for the grand opening of Dierks Bentley's Whiskey Row. The 5,200-square-foot bar, restaurant, and live music venue comes courtesy of Phoenix-born and Grammy-nominated coun ... More >>
We've spent the last year in the laboratory putting Phoenix under the microscope to reveal hundreds of specimens of the best culture, outdoor adventures, shopping, dining, and nightlife the city has to offer. And we're finally ready to publish our results. Nerd alert! Now presenting Scientific Phoen ... More >>
This year's Super Bowl was a special one for a lot of cities -- Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Green Bay among them. But few had a scene comparable to Cave Creek, Arizona.The hamlet north of Phoenix is most famous for drawing outlaws like the rapper DMX and Hell's Angel's founder Sonny Barger but it's a ... More >>
Zach Fowle Casey Petty Casey Petty of Metro Brasserie (7114 E. Stetson Dr., 480-994-3663) says that 99 percent of the people who come to the French eatery in Scottsdale once end up coming back again. We're willing to bet he has more than a little influence on those numbers. The young, ... More >>
Shawn Anderson via Electric MustacheIt was a rollercoaster of emotions at the Rhythm Room last night for the Atlas Sound/ Broadcast show, which was fitting considering the State Fair is on its way out this weekend. While this show, priced at $15, was probably cheaper than the sketc ... More >>
For someone like me, who is an Arizona Cardinals season ticket holder, this season has far exceeding any expectations I had for the team heading into September. Not to toot my horn or anything, but after watching the Cardinals dismantle the playoff-caliber Miami Dolphins in the home opener, I said t ... More >>
Pack the piñata and pass the lime
Wallow in your shamrock holiday
Drinking and wearing the green -- talk about lucky!
More than one rocker has become an Americana convert
This year's rundown of the green scene
Ten years before short hair, Napster, sobriety and group therapy for Metallica, there was Metallimania
Kreme rides the bull while Jett lusts after cowboys at Tempe's Graham Central Station.
From the window to the wall, ACME's tight, and the Kreme clique's aiight.
AVP volleyball tourney sets up in Tempe
How Andy Brown took his tee shirts from the halls of NorthCanyon High to the racks at Urban Outfitters
Maná is huge in Latin America but still hopes to gain new fans in the U.S. Coors Light is helping their cause.
Celebrate Mexican Independence Day throughout the Valley
Publisher details his magazine's maxim
The artists currently known as Less Pain Forever reveal their greatest hoaxes. But will the last time be the charm?
Gumbo finds some eerie connections in the latest jazz, blues and heritage releases
What makes Randy Johnson the most feared Pitcher in baseball?
Ivan Reyna wins a contest and gets less than he bargained for
From a South Phoenix foam factory, Bldg 5 battles oppression, pollution and environmental destruction
With a new CD, Phoenix's Beat Angels prove there's no success like failure
GOP boosters say Arizona's medical system for the poor should be a model for national health-care reform. But three federal investigations question whether Arizona's system is any less expensive than traditional Medicaid plans.