PETA representatives held aloft banners proclaiming "all animals have the same parts" as a bloodied woman "cooked" on a bbq stand in front of the Cattle Industry's Phoenix Convention on January 29, 2009...full story
It was a looong night at US Airways, as the artist behind the bestselling album in the world last year, Lil Wayne, came to town. Who knows if he planned it this way, but the first line of his opener, "Mr. Carter," was painfully appropriate: "I hear you were looking for me?" Wayne claimed he was...
Renowned Tempe bar and noted hippie hangout The Sail Inn is coming back from the, er...dead and re-opening to the public this weekend. Here's a look at the joint's remodeled digs and some of the folks who attended a special preview party on Tuesday, January 27.
In this week's Forking column, Colin Redding illustrates the results of mixing dating with kids and America's favorite starch. Think you know some corny jokes? Watch out for this one. Yet cobs of the yellow stuff have more than humorous applications. Take this recipe for a baked corn casserole...
Wondering what Steelers fans look like in their natural habitat? We've searched flickr to find an assortment of Steeler Nation's finest citizens.
Read: Arizona Cardinals Fans, You'd Better Get Ferocious or Steeler Nation Will Eat You Alive
If I didn't know better, I'd suspect country music legends entered in to an informal tontine some time in the mid-60s, pledging to play each other's best songs after the others had passed, all the way down to the last man standing...full story
Party Crasher Benjamin Leatherman spent Friday, January 24 boozing it up with The Dirty's Nik Richie at Hurricane Bay in West Valley before saying hello to Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie at Jilly's in Chandler.
It's always tough to watch a band you admire jump the shark. Regardless, it's pretty common to see bands make creative choices that forever remove them from the realm of the cool and send them hurtling on inescapable trajectories toward gimmicky stagnation or even downright mediocrity...full story
In this week's music feature, Martin Cizmar analyzes former Puff Daddy protege Mase and his move from spitting rhymes to rapping for God. We couldn't help but wonder what other musicians have left it all behind for their faith. Let's look at the list.