Darkness falls across the desert. Costumed peeps with orange drinks flirt. Phoenicians crawl in search of bands, providing entertainment for all the land. And whosoever shall be seeking musical help, should our list of parties and concerts consult. Well, there's only so much co-opting of Vincent Pr ... More >>
So all of us arty weirdos have probably been to a poetry reading or poetry slam at least once.Ask anyone who knows me...bad poetry being read aloud in an overly-dramatic-high-school-thespian way is my personal hell. Anytime I've seen an amateur poetry reading, I either leave immediately or get compl ... More >>
In Layman's terms, Hammett's hardboiled masterwork rocks
In Laymans terms, Hammetts hardboiled classic rocks
What's running now
What's running now
Underground groupie Bob Judd just wants to make Phoenix a little weird
Imagination is blooming all over town as Phoenix works to turn public spaces into artistic escapes
Mesa violin phenom Quetzal Guerrero bridges break-dancing and the blues
The movement that Phoenix's Chicano artists began 25 years ago is far from dead. But the gallery that was their headquarters soon will be.
Clint Bolick is trying to change the world, one lawsuit at at time.
Gumbo rewrites the tax code with the latest batch of jazz, blues and heritage releases
With his 160-foot mural in a major museum and his face on the cover of a magazine, artist Steven Yazzie still loves his hometown
From the week of December 7, 2000
Finley's new show Shut Up and Love Me
Jazzman Jay Busch hasn't given up on his 20-year struggle to bring something more than the status quo to the Valley music scene
Phoenix neighborhoods revitalization efforts run into trouble at City Hall
Stew-pot approach to multiculturalism mars MARS' 20th
Michael Cole partners with a computer to choreograph his ASU show
Tempe Arts Center's 11-year home and exhibit space was razed this month. In the '80s, TAC was Tempe's brightest cultural light; now its future is looking dim.
Two Judaic gems outshine cheap piece of costume Jewry