Joshua HustonWe're not super math-y over here at Chow Bella, but we do like to celebrate Pi Day.
(Get it? It's 3/14. Even we got it.)
Of course we really like Pi Day because it makes think about pie, something we haven't talked about much since our Pie Social with Roosevelt Row last ... More >>
Song: The Horde and the Harem, "Gold Rush"Context: This Pacific Northwest quintet plays part one of the annual South By Stateside showcase on Monday at Sail Inn in Tempe. Gold Rush by The Horde and the Harem
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Sam Adams Beer Dinner
RSVP now for tomorrow's specialty beer dinner at The Phoenician Resort. Enjoy a multi-course meal of traditional favorites prepared by Executive Chef Paul Cart ... More >>
Antique ScreamThis week's music feature is about Antique Scream, who moved from the Valley to the Pacific Northwest over a year ago, and is now coming back on tour.Also in this week's issue, you'll find the lowdown on every Valley band headed out to Austin for SxSW in the coming week. We'll give ... More >>
We can't tell you Built to Spill is coming to Phoenix yet -- but we're very hopeful we will be soon. Doug Martsch's gloriously jammy indie rock outfit has announced their fall dates and is scheduled to play Tucson on October 28. The critically-lauded group has three open dates (October 29 an ... More >>
This flier of the week comes to us by way of suggestion from New Times contributor Jose Gonzalez and, I have to say, it portends great things for The Necronauts' show at Trunkspace tomorrow. The lo-fi indie/punk band has a cool sound, full of grumbling, fuzzy guitars that often remind me of Black Re ... More >>
Happy New Year! Up on the Sun and Phoenix New Times have had a lot of lists for you over the past month. Like, more than we can count. Just in case you missed some, here are a few of our favorites:Phoenix's best records of 2008: The best 10 records released in this town last year, including Kinch, ... More >>
Some of the more well-received albums of 2008 have come from the rainy, bike-loving confines of the Pacific Northwest - a trusty bastion for indie rock and insanely innovative pop. When bands from the two meccas of the Pacific Northwest - Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington - emerge onto the na ... More >>
If you're looking for something different (read: not mass merchandised, made-in-China crap) for your sweetie, or Aunt Ida, or your boss, this is the last First Friday before Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. Yes, the last one. Since First Friday can be a zoo, especially before major holidays, we've cu ... More >>