Johnny Richter, formerly of the Kottonmouth Kings, doesn't slow down for anyone. He also doesn't take shit from anyone. After unexpectedly leaving KMK in mid-October, Richter hit the ground running with a rejuvenated solo career and a new EP, FreeKING Out, set for release December 17. The short and ... More >>
When people ask what kind of music I like, I'm tempted to say "Good music." I understand the need for musical terminology, but there's really too much good stuff to limit what you listen to. It's a lesson Zero Zero teaches well. Nicole Laurenne and Michael Johnny Walker have the garage rock thing lo ... More >>
The following post was written by Sam Levin, an editorial fellow at New Times' Denver-based sister paper, Westword. Although Senator John McCain easily won Arizona in the 2008 election, team Obama believes Arizona is in play this time around. Read on for observation and analysis from last night's de ... More >>
The Wiggles Assumed similarities between last night's Wiggles show at the Dodge Theatre and the Aerosmith show at Cricket Pavilion: - Overpriced parking - Coverage of the greatest hits - Fans that knew the words to every song Assumed differences: - Hair length (advantage: Aerosmith) - Audien ... More >>
Wanna see Triumph poop on Sheriff Joe, or are you just pissed Conan's gonna blow the geriatric gendarme? Call NBC and tell them how you feel at (212) 664-4444. As disgusting as this sounds, it's apparently true that Wednesday night NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien will feature a visit b ... More >>
Straight out of Tent City, Mistress Seven wants to hurt -- and be hurt
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
Sophie Fisher is autistic. Her mother isn't so sure she wants you to know
More syrup than jam
Our naughty nighthawks join 2,000 screaming, horny wenches for The Main Event, Part 2
Congratulations, you're Miss Arizona. Better keep your friends close and your enemies closer
The Kreme Team kicks it with the poets and playas of P.I.'s Blunt Club
Daniel Bernard Roumain gives classical music a good rap
Science Center presents ode to odor
Radio Disney feeds the new pop underground with music for tweens
Mesa is home to a multimillion-dollar quest to quantify gang-intervention techniques
Rhino's new collection proves that you have no hope of getting disco in a box without leaving something out
Two new releases pit the new songs of Bacharach & Costello against the old classics of Bacharach & David
A couple hours from Phoenix, tens of thousands of Mexicans work on maquiladora assembly lines for $1 an hour, making the toys and tools of American convenience. Critics say the maquila system lets U.S. corporations maximize profits on the backs of Third W
New video relives the surreal week that John and Yoko co-hosted America's most popular daytime talk show
Some people golf. Some people fish. Some people collect stamps. Dale Burton spends his free time studying and caring for rattlesnakes.
Despite a rafter-raising lead performance, Robert Duvall's The Apostle hasn't a prayer
The Center for Agribusiness and Equine Science was supposed to help desegregate the Phoenix Union High School District. Now the same lawsuit that created it is shutting it down.
Seven Guitars, one Tortilla, two approaches to ethnic theater
DEAD is what Angela Maher is -- struck down in her prime by accused drunken driver Gloria Schulze. GONE is what Gloria Schulze is-- allowed to escape by a judicial system that might as well have booked her flight.
RAFFI'S FIRST CHILDREN'S ALBUM IN AGES PROVES HE'S STILL TOP BANANA IN THE BUNCH
CHARRERIA, HACIENDA-BRED RODEO, IS THREATENED FROM WITHOUT BY ANIMAL-RIGHTS ACTIVISTS AND FROM WITHIN BY SHORTSIGHTED LEADERSHIP. FRED CHAVEZ KNOWS THAT IF THE GRAND SPORT OF MEXICAN NOBILITY IS TO SURVIVE, IT MUST CHANGE.