In heavy metal, there's nothing better than an extremely talented guitarist. When a musician truly knows how to work some magic with that instrument it demands to be revered and acknowledged. But there's a trade-off for said talent: Creative people are often labeled as "weird" by their peers from ... More >>
It takes a certain dedication and naiveté to go to Warped Tour in Arizona. Standing outside in what's predicted to be a 111-degree day with dozens of screaming bands isn't for everyone, but some teens continue to show their dedication year after year. The glory days of $25 punk Warped Tours at Peor ... More >>
The Benefit Dinner Concert for Pueblo Band combines two goods -- music and charity. Pueblo del Sol School will host performances by Field Tripp, Snake! Snake! Snakes!, Catfish Mustache, and A Life of Science so that the eighth-grade class can raise money to perform in a music showcase in Anaheim, Ca ... More >>
see Also: Is Disney's Princess Candy Packaging Insensitive? We apologize to any beleaguered parents out there but Disney has created a brand new way to separate you from your money via your spawn beautiful smiling children. But take heart, at least there will be adult beverages on hand, a first for ... More >>
See also: Here's the Lineup For This Year's Dine Out with the Chefs Event See also: Justin Beckett Dishes on Roy Yamaguchi and Describes His Fantasy Restaurant Chuck Wiley Cafe ZuZu, Hotel Valley Ho 6850 E. Main Street, Scottsdale 480-421-7997 www.hotelvalleyho.com This is part one of my intervi ... More >>
Hey, readers, get ready. We're putting new meaning into the term "street food." For Chow Bella's latest mission -- "Eating 16th Street" -- we've employed a young woman who's literally eaten her way around the world. Alex Rodriguez has eaten borscht in Moscow, steak in Buenos Aires and a "life-changi ... More >>
Carol BlonderChef Travis Watson What does it take to play football at the collegiate level? Talent -- combined with skill, dedication, focus, and determination. Former University of Arizona football player Travis Watson brings the traits he developed on the field and more into the kit ... More >>
www.roflrazzi.comBritney Spears is well-known for being a freakin' lunatic, so this morning when we heard she was planning on having her body frozen after she dies, with the hopes that she'll be thawed out and brought back to life in future generations, we weren't exactly shocked.It's being repor ... More >>
The man in this photo is the infamous Pill Bandit. Anyone with information as to his identity is asked to call police.The reward for the Peoria Pill Bandit has been upped from $2,000 to $5,000, because despite having a clear-as-day picture of this guy's mug, police still can't track him dow ... More >>
A federal judge ruled yesterday that Arizona's lethal-injection procedure is similar to the method approved by the U.S. Supreme Court. Executions have been on hold in Arizona since November 2007, when the Arizona Supreme Court stalled the execution of inmate Jeffrey Landrigan pending a federal decis ... More >>
Valley Metro pulled out all the stops for yesterday's debut of the 20-mile light rail system we've been writing about all month. They had parties scheduled at pretty much every stop on the line -- though, honestly, I'm not sure there was anything beyond an unmanned purple tent full of fliers at the ... More >>
From Dakota Fanning's rape to John Cusack's daddy issues, Sundance 2007 was all about the kiddy porn
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Current shows, exhibits and installations
Current shows, exhibitions, and installations
OutFar! film fest outdoes itself
Laurie Notaro blows town
Something besides the dump stinks in Mobile
Our foodie loves the vibe of Richardson Browne's Rokerij
Eloy's Skies are raining men, and sprinkling hot chicks, too.
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Northwest Valley eateries come up short
Taking a look at some of the best music literature from the past few months
Once on This Island is more than enough
Shrek offers an amusing, if empty, fractured fairy tale
Book passage immediately for Herberger's trippy American Safari
New York trio plays minimalist punk with a British bite
Those who remember the past are doomed to sit through dated and dull Tintypes
Septuagenarian groupies, Clinton bashing, deep-fried cheese
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