Bill Macumber, who served 38 years in prison for a double-murder before being released with help from the Arizona Justice Project, is back in jail.The Arizona Republic broke the news that Macumber, 78, was arrested for the alleged sexual assault of a young relative in Colorado.
After five years of fun and memorable shows, The Whisperlights are calling it quits. Like any faltering long distance relationship, they tried to make it work by getting the band together once a year or so. With members living on both coasts, it's difficult to get the full eight-piece band together. ... More >>
On Nashville-via-New York string trio the Howlin' Brothers' debut record, Howl, the band doesn't "re-create" a specific moment in Americana music so much as run wild and wooly through great big landscapes of it. Recorded by Brendan Benson (the Raconteurs, The Maine) for his Readymade Records imprint ... More >>
If you run in circles supporting local businesses, the arts, balanced living or sustainability initiatives in Arizona, chances are, you've run into Monika Woolsey. She's the Director of Marketing for Chow Locally, a co-organizer of Get Your PHX/Phoestivus holiday markets and founder of a hormone he ... More >>
Jonathan Meter Jessica Hertle, The Bite Sized Blog Craft Coffee's map of roasters. If you ballpark the number of coffee roasters in the United States who are seasonally finding the tastiest coffees from around the world and roasting them to perfection, you really only have more than a ... More >>
Artist Jim Dine shows us the robes at Scottsdale retrospective
Will new e-zine celebrating Failure succeed in spite of itself?