Imagine taking a demonic ride through a girl's mind, filled with fantastic illusions, haunting, heavy melodies, and vengeance against a world that has forgotten her. To get there you could spend an evening with Otep, one of the most prolific female-fronted bands of the last decade--or have a liste ... More >>
See also: Five Examples of Why You Should Not Pimp Your KitchenAid If there's a single phrase that sums up the contents of Pinterest it's "eye candy." In this post we look at my favorite types of eye candy: art history and food or, edible art history! Who knew? The simple addition of a popped ou ... More >>
I think of celery the way I think about cigarettes. I recognize the right to light up or crunch, I'd just prefer that the activity not take place in my kitchen or at my table.
Erica O'NeilA mound of spicy pork stomach from Lao Ching Hing in the Chinese Cultural Center. Despite what the supermarket aisle may lead you to believe, there's more to an animal than neatly wrapped styrofoam trays of meat. From tongue to tail, offal (pronounced awful) encompasses all those ... More >>
Kanye West has been in music news nearly every day for the past week. You'd think this guy was taking over the world or something.'Ye has been releasing a new track every week on his Twitter (@kanyewest) and has named the weekly occasion G.O.O.D. Fridays. Collaborations have included Chris Brown, ... More >>
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Whoa. A show featuring a French master painter thats cool.
Portraiture heads into the future at TCA
Our most recent cover story on local philanthropist/real-estate player/art collector and, now, accused arsonist Michael Marin elicited a bunch of E-mails and calls, many of them rabid (see example of typical commenter in photo below). Readers seemed to be incensed by Mr. Marin's al ... More >>
In the 24-hour news cycle it can be difficult to keep up. We have the solution. Check back on Valley Fever every evening for highlights from each of New Times' blogs. Today's entries: Feathered Bastard: Wannabe Timothy McVeigh Types Welcome: The Neo-Nazi Nationalist Coalition's Phoenix Fall W ... More >>
Revenge of the nerds at Perihelion
Analog versus digital? Well take analog every time.
You cant live with em, you cant paint without em
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Artist is no bone head, but he sure likes to paint ´em
Group show is drawn-out affair
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Fastest hands in the West
Changing Hands waxes poetic for Neruda's 100th
ASU launches season with two heavy hitters
Learning to like the acidic at Perihelion Arts
See classic works by Picasso, Renoir, Van Gogh and more at Phoenix Art Museum
De Niro -- no surprise -- is the reason to like City by the Sea
Reissue of two classic early '80s albums spotlights the seminal power-pop magic of the dB's
Can't afford dinner at Picasso or Le Cirque?
Picasso / Le Cirque
Complete History barely worth recalling, Picasso sparkles
October 8 -14, 1998
THE FORMER OAKLAND A'S PITCHER GOT ENTANGLED IN THE THEFT OF A MILLION-DOLLAR PICASSO. EXCEPT IT WASN'T A PICASSO.
ACTUALLY, AN AUTOPSY ON THE NASTIEST BAND IN DEATH METAL