First Friday in downtown Phoenix means new art shows in local galleries, openings and events at local shops, and plenty (and we mean plenty) of people. Here's a rundown of February's First Friday along Roosevelt Row and 16th Street. PHOTOS BY CLAIRE LAWTON
Space 55 Theatre hosts The Amazing AcroCats this weekend and next. This performance features performer, Samantha Martin, well, coaxing her feline friends into doing a variety of acrobatic stunts. This show is a must see for anyone who fancies themselves a cat person. PHOTOS BY TEDD ROUNDY.
The 2012 Gathering of the Juggalos is the gift that keeps on giving. Exempli Gratia: The lovely ladies above.
Juggalette Cuties at the 2012 Gathering (NSFW)
Gathering of the Juggalos, Juggalette Cuties (NSFW, 2010)
Gathering of the Juggalos, Juggalette Cuties 2011 (NSFW)
Phoenix loves Social Distortion, and the band loves Phoenix, including not one but two stops at The Marquee Theatre on their most recent tour. Last night was business as usual: The band played a packed venue, to a sea of drunk burly guys and tiny girls trying to fight their way to the front as...
Plenty of derisive things get said about Wilco being "dad rock." You can't get around the fact that songwriter Jeff Tweedy, bassist John Stirratt, drummer Glen Kotche, guitarist Nels Cline, and multi-instrumentalists Pat Sansone and Mikael Jorgensen are indeed pushing or well into "dad age,"...
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Third Friday was full of new exhibitions and openings this month. Eye
Lounge, Modified Arts and Trunk Space showcased works about the
science of insect sex, Russian space exploration and Phoenix
Re-modernism. PHOTOS BY RYAN WOLF.
Myst is Scottsdale was packed like a stylish sardine can as hundreds upon hundred fought for floor space (not to mention breathing room) as cosmic disco purveyor Calvin Harris visited the club on Sunday, January 29. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
Thursdays at Alice Cooper'stown are all about the drinks, or so the name implies. Unfortunately, Thirsty Thursdays left us rather parched. The sportiest of Downtown Phoenix sports bars was out of its special, had a counter full of empty stools and to top it all off it closed at the wee hour of...
Twin Peaks opened the doors of it's hunting lodge themed restaurant and bar this week in North Scottsdale. The lodge sits in the Southwest corner of Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. and Pima Road and is filled inside with a warm, cozy atmosphere and a beautiful, friendly wait staff. The beer is served...
The Musical Instrument Museum celebrated the Chinese New Year on Saturday, January 28. There were martial arts, as well as vocal and dance performances from various groups and an art display from artist Fan Rong (a.k.a. Li Cheng). PHOTOS BY MEGAN MATTOX.
House music fanatics, party monsters, and brightly dressed hipsters converged on the Phoenix Convention Center on Sunday, January 15, to witness some epic sets by electronica superstarts Ecotek and Avicii. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
If you're looking for the latest work by a few of the biggest international names in street and contemporary art, don't bother looking at the walls. Instead, look south, down Interstate 10 past Tucson. It's there, in the "boneyard" of retired aircraft, that a caravan of trucks and cranes is...