When was the last time a rap record made you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? When was the last time you bought a rap cassette? If the answer to these queries is "never" and also "never,'" you owe it to yourself to represent at Parliament in Tempe this Saturday as part of the Day 2 festivities of Ru ... More >>
As the chefs competing in Smeeks and Chow Bella's fourth annual Caramelpalooza -- coming 7 p.m. Friday, April 5, at UNION -- get out the candy thermometers, we've got our pens ready to introduce you to the faces behind the caramel. LaDawn Driscoll might be a newcomer to the Caramelpalooza competiti ... More >>
Nick Lowe @ The Musical Instrument Museum|10/1/12If the tag "The Jesus of Cool" strikes you as hyperbolic or overblown, you've never watched 63-year-old Nick Lowe strut onto the stage, strap on his big Gibson J-200, and proceed to crack jokes and break hearts for 90 minutes. Lowe, with his easy En ... More >>
"This place is BIG," said Norah Jones in a self-effacing way to the nearly packed house at Dodge Theatre. The way she delivered the statement made it sound like she wasn't worthy of playing such a fancy concert hall. Turns out it was half-true. Wearing an electric-green dress and yellow pumps, ... More >>
Cable's Nickelodeon Channel suddenly turned political before last year's election, and its spin-off channel for pre-schoolers, Noggin, featured Obama spots for Black History Month.But now it's April, and blatant Obama propaganda is still being run on Noggin, as we saw this morning. Here are the word ... More >>
One reason I wanted to see a live performance featuring Joss Stone – the white girl who sounds like a black soul singer (what does that lame stereotype written by critics even mean?) – was to see if she was legit.
Move over, Dannielynn; Anna Nicole's Native son is alive and well on the Tohono O'odham reservation, and he may be the rightful heir to the tabloid temptress' millions
Valley export Mark Davis plots to kill his lounge-pimp alter ego, Richard Cheese
Just how does David Spade keep getting work?
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
The Gin Blossoms re-form again, and this time it might be for more than one gig
Sedona's contribution to teen pop has emerged as the anti-Britney
Who's trekking to a Hollywood motel to see faded luminaries?
The Dark Side of Oz? Man, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
From TV's "Greg Brady" to legit's "Harold Hill," former child star Barry Williams can't save River City