Splash, the self-proclaimed "coolest weekly pool party" in Downtown Phoenix, dove into the rather cozy pool at The Lexington Hotel on Saturday night. The evening included performances by local bands such as Ladylike, Strange Young Things and Sun Ghost. Special guest DJ Hartbreaks also supplied a few beats. Check it out next Saturday because it looks like Splash might just be write about its self-proclamations.
The ritualistic splashing of Kool-Aid, paint and colored water transformed The Firehouse's backyard area into a Pollock-esque splatter painting on Saturday. Families and friends gathered in the outdoor performance space and colorfully doused each other all in the pursuit of fun and cooler...
A critically important figure on the mid-century Scottsdale art scene, Dick Seeger is more than your typical artist type. Sculptor, photographer, collector, gallerist, designer, philosopher, author – Seeger is all that and more. Take a look at his home/museum in north Scottsdale, which i...
Imagine a restaurant where all your food allergies and dietary restrictions and concerns about making choices that are good for the Earth were the central considerations behind the preparation of every dish. How would the food taste?
It would probably taste a lot like the food at Nourish, a...
Perched on the corner of 4th Street and Mill, Vintages blasts dance music into the Tempe night that is heavy on the decibels. . It's loud for a reason, Vintage has a huge dance floor full of Tempe's finest. Check out the mischief for yourself in the above shots.
PHOTOS BY MELISSA FOSSUM
Janet de Berge Lange lives in a fascinating world of stuff. In her sprawling studio, hidden behind a small, unassuming, 1904 house in the Van Buren neighborhood, one can find almost anything from dried birds to tin cans, interspersed with all of her artwork of course.
PHOTOS BY MAYA DUKMASOVA
Temperatures bordering on hellish and a black top full of scantily-clad, post punk fanatics meant Sunday's Vans Warped Tour at Ashley Furniture Homestore Pavilion was the perfect place to scope some sick tattoos. Check out all the ink and hot (literally) bodies.
PHOTOS BY DAVID ROBLES
The heat. Yeah, that's the first thing you expect when you start reading about the Vans Warped Tour. Yes, it was hot. Yes, most of the stages, merch booths, and product tents are set up on a parking lot, and of course, this is not helpful in regards to staying cool. But the heat isn't what...
Another month has come and gone leaving us hungry for more. Think back about what you ate in July. How good was it? If it was good enough to make this slide show, it may be worthy of a second helping in August. Dig in!
July 2011, we hardly knew ye. The heat outside is all the evidence you need to know that August is in full bloom. Before we let summer slip away, take a look back at these photo-worthy pool parties, concerts, and protests from July.
Phoenicians flocked to downtown Phoenix for Augustâ€™s First Friday art walk. With galleries open all over Roosevelt Row, from 7th Avenue to 16th Street, the art district was alive with foot traffic.
PHOTOS BY DAVID ROBLES
Bellying up to the bar at The IceHouse Tavern features a rink-level view of Arcadia Ice Arena. While Sean On Ice doesn't feature too many belly laughs, it does offer hockey-inspired cocktails and a handful of free jokes. The evening includes short sets by up and coming comedians and comediennes...
Katy Perry took the stage at the Comercia Theatre last night on one of the brightest and most colorful sets we've ever seen, Swedish signer Robyn kicked off the night. Full story.
PHOTOS BY MARIA VASSETT