PHOTOS BY MARIA VASSETT
Let's get it out of the way straight off the bat: I've never been big Judas Priest fan. I don't dislike the band, mind you, but I've never really delved in beyond the hits. (I think I have a copy of Turbo Lover hiding out somewhere.)
I went into last night's Veterans Memorial Coliseum with only a few goals: I wanted to hear Rob Halford scream like a banshee...read more.
On October 22, more than 30 food trucks set up shop and tossed out samples at the A.R.T.S. Project #1/ 408 E. Roosevelt St. in downtown Phoenix. The event, hosted by the Phoenix Street Food Coalition and the Roosevelt Row Community Development Corporation, welcomed four-wheelers that have been...
Phoenicians took the streets (er, avenue) during Saturday's Grand Avenue Festival. The annual event was full of local art, culture, and design and was hosted by the Grand Avenue Merchants' Association. PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
Third Fridays in downtown Phoenix are heating up with art openings and receptions in the galleries along Roosevelt Row. Thankfully, October's Third Friday was cool enough to get a good look at new work by local artists at Regular Gallery, monOrchid, Eye Lounge, and more ...
PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
There was dancing until dawn at the OP-tic Building this past Saturday night as after-hours guru Quincy Ross put on an impromptu party at the downtown Phoenix art space starring DJ Pablo Gomez on the wheels of steel. Despite the fact he'd only decided to stage the event mere hours earlier,...
St. Vincent, fronted by the elusive, beautiful Annie Clark, held the stone cold gaze of every woman and man packed into the Crescent Ballroom for last night's sold-out performance...read more
PHOTOS BY SHAWN ANDERSON
Pleasurekraft got off to a late start, but Foundry on First was full of colorfully dressed patrons ready to dance. DJ Micro and Juheun dropped beats for the throngs of sexy dancers. We captured the festivities in this week's Club Candids slideshow. PHOTOS BY MELISSA FOSSUM
Mixtape at The Vig Uptown has just about everything it takes to be Phoenix's next big indie dance night: Cheap Thrills resident DJ Don Ricardo, hipster promoter deluxe DJ Sean Watson, and perhaps most important -- $2 PBRs. PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
The Foo Fighters are one of the greatest acts in present-day rock 'n' roll. Everything about the band's show, from the guitar showdown to the band's two hour and 45 minute set, proved why the Foos deserve their place on top...full story
PHOTOS BY MARIA VASSETT
On October 15, Maker Bench Tempe, Roosevelt Row, Tony Felice PR, MAKE Magazine, and CRAFT magazine brought science, art, and engineering together in the Roosevelt Row district in downtown Phoenix. PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF
Saturday's Occupy Phoenix rally in downtown Phoenix was packed with hippies, teachers, communists, anarchists, stoners, people dressed as cows, people dressed as cops, people with guns, and they all have one thing in common: they're mad as hell and they're not gonna take it anymore. What...
Until November 11, The historic Phoenix Seed & Feed Capitol Warehouse (411 South 2nd Street) will be home to the Phoenix Design Museum, which houses curated collections of local and national design.
On October 13, the Professional Association for Design (AIGA) hosted a grand opening that was...