BroLoaf's 5th Annual Patriotic Meltdown Yucca Tap Room Friday, July 4, 2014 Most Tempe residents flocked to Tempe Beach Park to watch fireworks on Fourth of July, which is a shame, because they missed out on a massive party at Yucca Tap Room. BroLoaf returned for its 5th annual Fourth of July Party ... More >>
Photo by Matthew Hendley From left to right, Phoenix Mayor Phil Gordon, MLB Executive Vice President Tim Brosnan, Diamondbacks legend Luis Gonzalez, right fielder Justin Upton, Managing General Partner Ken Kendrick, team CEO Derrick Hall, and play-by-play TV announcer Darin Sutton in front of ... More >>
The egg salad sammie, a New York deli classic.I walked in the door of Chompie's in Tempe the week I first arrived in Phoenix. I'd driven cross-country from New York in a giant moving van, and frankly after a week of eating greasy truck stop food and seeing nothing but dead g ... More >>
Paul Babeu got his wish -- this billboard has been removed.A billboard displaying a Hispanic family with an out-of-context quote from Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu has been removed.Within days of the billboard being put up, Babeu started campaigning to have it removed, even calling the consulat ... More >>
Fresh lettuce and tomato. Heaping piles of bacon. The BLT is a classic for a reason -- it's quick and easy to make, but deliciously crisp and decadent when done well. We scoured the planet (ok, the city) for places offering a classic sourdough BLT and found two worthy contenders. This one's gonna be ... More >>
Sorry, ICE, but it's time for you to go...Let me be the first to propose a total moratorium on all ICE activities, as preparation for the agency's ultimate demise. Why? The explanation is simple. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has itself become an outlaw organization, one responsible for s ... More >>
Run for your life if you can, little girl: this musical is a bust
I love these guys. Need a break from all the anti-immigrant hate-mongers out there, the Terry Andersons, Lou Dobbses, Michael Savages and so on who make their livings spewing forth venom and bile onto the poorest, meekest members of our society? Then check out this episode of the Penn and Teller Sh ... More >>
The subversive mainstream friendliness of Shortbus
Pie in the face
A journey to America, and then to someplace better
System of a Down's Daron Malakian plays it cool in the big league
Art to love and hate the U.S. by
For the 2004 summer season, Hollywood sticks with what it knows
Artist makes sense of America through art
Kids play space crusaders
Tender-hearted mutants kick significant keister in X2: X-Men United
From brilliance to madness and beyond, Jacob Martinez's artistic and personal journey has taken him further than he'd ever dreamed. The fire inside now quelled by medication, the nightmare of his mental illness is over. But at what price?
With its horn-dog anthems and spiteful taunts, Rye Coalition delivers everything that's great and dirty about rock 'n' roll
This year, a handful of shows provided the healing power of laughter
Tim Burton monkeys around with an icon. But is it evolution?
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Chowing down in Cave Creek with the choreographer to the stars.
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Marvel's mutants are a modest squad of dullards in this frustrating adaptation
Alan Parker dumps water on soggy Angela's Ashes
A volcanic cinder cone near Flagstaff will soon become one of the world's most significant pieces of environmental art
Neil Simon weaves down center in seriocomic Broadway Bound
Streisand's fun-house Mirror warps her strengths into rare weaknesses
THE IMAGE-CONSCIOUS NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION ALLOWED NO NOISY FIREFIGHTS DURING ITS ANNUAL MEETING. EVERYONE WAS USING SILENCERS.