Those who couldn't wait for the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction gathered at the Scottsdale Pavilions on Saturday. The plethora of muscle cars and hot rods served as a more than ample appetizer for car fanatics and owners alike.
Local band The Glass Heroes and other punk acts presented a night of music and mayhem on Saturday, January 15, at George & Dragon in honor of the legendary Joe Strummer, the late frontman for The Clash.PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
It's a testament to Social Distortion's prominent influence on younger punk rock n' roll bands that two songs in to opening band Dead Relatives' set, I thought they were Social Distortion...full story
PHOTOS BY MARIA VASSETT
More often than not, Scottsdale’s night rangers are choosing the last option and daring to rock ‘n’ roll all night at The Firehouse. Carrying on the lineage of the old Mickey’s Hangover (which used to occupy the same property), The Firehouse has proven to be a popular destination for denizens...
Amazing Arizona Comic Con brought the goods in its first year out of the box. Guests included Steven Yeun and Jon Bernthal from AMC's The Walking Dead. Naturally a few zombies showed up as well. Check out the undead and a legion of superheroes in the above photos.
PHOTOS BY WYNTER HOLDEN
Two of the Valley's best metal bands came together last night for a show that set the bar high for the local metal scene in 2011. Landmine Marathon and Hemoptysis put together a 1-2 punch last night that not only solidified their reputations as part of the Phoenix metal elite, but also brought...
The first Friday of every month in Downtown Phoenix is a lot of things. It's art. It's crowded. It's a place to be seen. It's a place to be scene. it's even more crowded. It's a place to protest. It's zombie filled. But most of all, It's First Friday.
Looking at rapper DMX's life is like watching someone punch himself in the face repeatedly. One can easily picture a cherubic angel sitting atop one of the big black guy's shoulders, telling him not to snort that line of coke or skip that appointment with his probation officer. But, on the...
While the rest of Scottsdale were welcoming the dawn of 2011 with block parties, bizarre bonanzas, and beer-soaked bashes, the folks over at the Rogue were spending their New Year’s Eve in a far more subdued fashion. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
Scottsdale’s Old Town was celebration central as New Year’s revelers flocked to the White House, Axis-Radius, The Firehouse, and various other nightspots to fete Auld Lang Syne. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN