Looks like the corner of 32nd Street and Indian School is finally getting the love it has so desperately missed since the demise of Glam. If its maiden voyage Friday night was any indication, Club Vibe maybe the new spot to kick off the weekend with its anything-goes dance night Gosh Damn!
PHOTOS BY ADRIANE GOETZ
Scottsdale's Old Town club scene has gotten a new addition in the form of the recently-opened Whisper Lounge. Here's a inside look at the two-story danceteria's swanky digs and naughty decor. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
The turntablists of the Bumsquad DJz collective (including jocks from Power 98.3 and 101.5 Jamz) spun up some hot hip-hop for a good cause on Saturday, December 13, at Arizona Mills Mall. PHOTOS BY BENJAMIN LEATHERMAN
The first Phoenix Tequila Festival went down this weekend at U.S. Airways Center. How many of them did we try? All of them. Tequila distilleries including Patron, Three Amigos, Cruz and many more were present and representing the agave goodness.
PHOTOS BY JONATHAN MCNAMARA
For a secret show, Jimmy Eat World's gig at Modified on December 9, 2009 wasn't much of a secret. Fans lined up early in the afternoon and many were turned away once Modified was full to capacity. Here's a look at what you missed.
PHOTOS BY LUKE HOLWERDA
Phoenicians interested in urban agriculture flew to several Valley locations to see "a self-guided tour of the Valley's coolest urban poultry setups" in the form of Tour de Coops on December 4, 2009. This eggcelent event was designed to crack open some inspiration on tourists interested in...
Patrons danced to live music and sipped on cocktails while taking in fifty pieces representing 50 artists were displayed to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Phoenix Art Museum on Friday, December 4, 2009.
PHOTOS BY VICTOR PALAGANO
The scene: June 28, 1996. Detroit, Michigan. Kiss is playing its first show in makeup with the original lineup of Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss. It's nearly midnight at the now-defunct Tiger Stadium, and despicable opening acts Alice in Chains and Sponge have long...
The evening was filled with protest signs, serious journalism, civil disobedience, and Arpaio wearing funny hats. It was an ironic enterprise to begin with: Arizona's -- and perhaps America's -- number one enemy of freedom of speech, being interviewed by Cronkite School profs as part of a...