"Weird Al" Yankovic has been releasing parody videos since people have been releasing actual videos. He's made fun of decade-defining artists for four decades running. Through all that--while one-hit wonders fall out of view and genres and styles are declared officially Over--he's remained a timeles ... More >>
Weird Al Yankovic Comerica Theatre Sunday, August 5, 2012 "He who is tired of Weird Al is tired of life." -- Homer Simpson If some massive holocaust does, in fact, bring about Armageddon at the end of December, there are a few things that are guaranteed to survive the ginormous conflagration: Cock ... More >>
Victor PalaganoWeird Al on stage at Celebrity Theatre.Weird AlCelebrity Theatre, PhoenixAugust 12, 2010Last night, I went to a multimedia pop extravaganza: A virtual who's who of past and present Top-40 artists was represented, from Michael Jackson to the Biebs to Lady Gaga!Except they weren't th ... More >>
The comedic kestrel makes the Joe Show in Sun City West, shares a few Joe jokes of his own, and grills state Representative Russell Pearce about his links to white supremacists
Unpleasant as ever, and that's a good thing
Threats, fines and force: The city of Phoenix stops at nothing to revive a troubled community
Valley rock 'n' roll vets Bruce Connole and Keith Jackson bond -- bluegrass style
The Gift (Will), You can Count on Me (Artemis/E-Squared), O Brother, Where Art Thou? (Mercury)
Did former beauty queen CeCe Doane conspire to murder her husband with Viagra? The county attorney is investigating.
What happens when you cram too much music into one city and two pairs of eardrums? Nothing, if you move too fast to hear it all.
Deke Dickerson and the Eccofonics echo the happy days of '50s rock
Ronco meets Rambo in poorly manufactured Inspector Gadget
A trio of Valley vets goes for aride down that lonesome highway
March 18 - 24, 1999
Leave It to Beaver rerunning on empty
GOP leaders want local governments to run social programs and charities to assume more of the burden. Neither idea is working in Kingman, where no good deed goes unpunished.