courtesy of Broadway Palm Dinner TheatreJessica Taige and Ashley Stults play the boy-crazy Smith sisters in Meet Me in St. Louis.It's not too late to get your holiday theatrical fix -- Meet Me in St. Louis, the cozy, old-fashioned story that introduced the popular song "Have Yourself a Merry Litt ... More >>
Star Swim special edition raises the roof at the Wyndham
Jonathan McNamaraThe scene at last summer's Star Swim. Last summer, one of the coolest (and indeed, hottest) places to be seen was at the Hotel San Carlos for the weekly Star Swim party. An absolute throng of hundreds of hepcats and kittens crowded the tiny pool area at the vintage auberge in down ... More >>
With so many big announcements this week, including (finally!) the bill for Tempe Music festival, Franz Ferdinand, E-40 and Il Divo we didn't have time to give you the scoop on this one in a special post, but you'll be happy to learn that Kings of Leon are coming to Mesa Amphitheatre on Tuesday ... More >>
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