Roger McGuinn has had a somewhat storied career that's moved from folk to rock to country and back. A founding member of the seminal psychedelic band The Byrds, McGuinn's career actually began in folk bands, notably The Chad Mitchell Trio and The Limelighters, along with a stint as guitarist in Bobb ... More >>
See also: Julia Child Restaurant Week Specials at Five Metro Phoenix Restaurants This Wednesday, August 15, would have been Julia Child's 100th birthday. And although the American chef may be most known as a television personality, author of the groundbreaking book Mastering the Art of French Cook ... More >>
Washington D.C. cops trashed James Patock's trailer, which served as his home.They threw him in jail for 45 days, where he was pelted with excrement.They even seized his 10-year-old German Shepherd, Lobo, and gave it away for adoption.All because police searched his trailer, thinking incorrectly it ... More >>
Image: The Panorama Prospector Richard Berger, shown here with a 500-pound pyrite cluster, sued Paradise Valley resident Gary Midzor last year after his mineral collection was moved to Phoenix. The lawsuit has been settled -- sort of. An extraordinary collection of crystals and minerals a ... More >>
Get over it, nutbars. Come January 20, he'll be the Prez, and there's nothing you can do about it. Weird how the extremes of the far right and far left end up playing patty cake with each other in this country. Take, for example, Philadelphia lawyer Phil Berg, a former Pennsylvania assistant attor ... More >>
If you think the Heard Museum is all about dusty old pots and Indian blankets, you haven't been there lately
Henry Rollins rummages through his beloved record collection
Will Oldham writes lovely, sad folk songs. Just don't let the stage name throw you off.
St. Paddy's Day revelry gets the green light
'Snortin' Whiskey' may be ludicrously over-the-top, but songwriter and guitarist Pat Travers is not
Neglected German artist Jochen Seidel deserves greater recognition
The movement that Phoenix's Chicano artists began 25 years ago is far from dead. But the gallery that was their headquarters soon will be.
Scottsdale councilmen signal their displeasure
A roundup of the latest batch of eclectica that fell through the cracks
Thirty years later, Harry Belafonte finds closure in a once-lost project
Sun Records' rock 'n' roll pioneer survives cult-hero status
Taking a look at some of the best music literature from the past few months
Fantastical but functional design makes 'Contemporary Art Furniture' exhibit fit for a dream house
Museum peace unlikely as a proposed family center in Phoenix fights critics over right to life.
Despite being entombed in the recent PBS series, Gumbo shows why jazz is very much alive and well with a fine batch of new releases
Our panel of writers offer up their takes on the top discs of Y2K
Ken Burns wants you to know why Jazz is America's music
Gumbo finds some eerie connections in the latest jazz, blues and heritage releases
Gumbo celebrates Independence Day and Satchmo's birth with the latest in jazz, blues and heritage
The Handsome Family's Brett and Rennie Sparks give up their songs of personal alienation for something more universal
In search of the Wiley doodler
Can a city-funded museum afford to explore the riskier edges of contemporary art? The West's Most Western Town is about to find out.
With his new residence built atop his antique shop, John Mollard thought he was set for life. He couldn't have imagined that the same city that encouraged him to build his home was laying plans to declare his neighborhood a blight, seize his property and
How a baton twirler from Filer, Idaho, grew up to be Scottsdale's Mayor Sam Campana
Bisbee's idyllic Shady Dell trailer park offers nostalgia--with a hitch
THE MEN WERE AT WAR, THE WOMAN WERE ON THE FIELD AND SOPHIE KURYS WAS PROBABLY STEALING A BASE