If you're going to That Damn Show--tickets here; schedule here--on Saturday and you don't already know a lot about Bad Religion, you might be in trouble by the time they hit the Main Stage at the Mesa Amphitheatre at 9 p.m. Luckily, our print feature this week is all about five essential Bad Religio ... More >>
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It's been a busy year for Mesa's leading reggae/punk export, Authority Zero. The band is in the midst of a national tour that includes a date at Marquee Theatre on November 5, which will be a hometown sendoff of sorts before the band heads to Japan at the end of the month ... More >>
Yesterday we started our conversation with Christopher Gross of Christopher's and Crush Lounge about his recent time spent in Japan. Today we continue.
Drinking tea may never be the same for Gross. The Tohoku earthquake struck while he was disrobing to be dressed in his kimono for a tea ... More >>
Like bangers and mash or bubble & squeak, fish and chips is the kind of perfect pairing you'll find at any decent English pub. It's also the only way most parents can get their kids to eat fish -- because everything is better when battered and fried.
For this week's battle, we pitted t ... More >>
Curious to see the final menu at brand-new Radio Cafe, the new incarnation of Radio Milano? I know they switched up the name so that they weren't tied to Italian food, but perhaps they should've just called it Radio Kyoto -- there are seven different sushi rolls in the mix, plus sake.
Since I first visited Japan 18 years ago, I'd only ever seen the faint outline of Mount Fuji through the clouds. Last week, though, I got a clear view of the iconic Fuji-san on three different occasions -- too exciting! This was the first one, taken from the window of the Shinkansen (bullet train ... More >>
Larry "Lo-Lo" White lamps in front of the Lo-Lo MobileYesterday's memorial ceremony for Michael Jackson brought a lot of the memories of the man and the myth to the forefront. One of our favorites was Magic Johnson's outing of The Gloved One's love for KFC by the bucket lo ... More >>
With his new residence built atop his antique shop, John Mollard thought he was set for life. He couldn't have imagined that the same city that encouraged him to build his home was laying plans to declare his neighborhood a blight, seize his property and