Nobody really knows who invented the Reuben sandwich (but we'd put flowers on his grave if we did). Some say it was Reuben Kulakofsky of Omaha, Nebraska, who served it at late-night poker games at the Blackstone Hotel. Others swear it was invented by a cook at Reuben's Restaurant in New York City. T ... More >>
See also: We Love Morrissey, but Does He Love Us? See also: Morrissey at the Oprheum Theatre It's weird time to be Morrissey: British rock tabloid NME recently apologized to the downer-pop icon for calling alleging he's racist (stop me if you think that you've heard that one before), he's currently ... More >>
Phoenix(ish) band Miniature Tigers have added more dates to their fall tour. The Charlie Brand-fronted outfit rumored to be moving to New York will be touring with fun., fronted by Phoenix expat Nate Ruess, as well as Say Anything, New Zealand's Ruby Suns and the Dodos.Full list of tour dates, inclu ... More >>
Lincoln, Nebraska's UUVVWWZ's debut LP starts off promising yet falls short of truly impressingFirst and foremost: their name is super lame. Let's just get that out of the way. Saddle Creek recording artists UUVVWWZ (pronounced "double you, double vee, double double you, zee," as described by the ba ... More >>
The ironically named The Good Life is a dark detour from Omaha auteur Tim Kasher
A once-powerful Arizona Boys Ranch football team struggles to find its way into the end zone
Can the Phoenix Art Museum upgrade its mediocre permanent collection to match a newly expanded and renovated exhibition space?