Reviews

Alice Cooper, Santarchy, Phoestivus (For the Rest of Us), and The Maine Go Cinematic Over the Weekend

Alice Cooper's A Taste of Christmas Pudding at Comerica Theatre Last Night In a lot of ways Alice Cooper's yearly Christmas Pudding charity concert is like most families Christmas gatherings. Everybody gathers together in one spot and you have to sit through a lot of boring, awkward and downright uncomfortable moments in order to have a handful of good ones...full story

See: Alice Cooper's Christmas Pudding in photos

Santarchy 2010 Arizona Cacophony Society returned to Scottsdale with its annual costumed booze fest, Santarchy. Hundreds of Santas, a few reindeer, some snow men, and a few scantily-clad Mrs. Clauses kicked the night off at Dos Gringos before moving on to just about every other bar in Old Town. Ho ho ho! Where's my beer?...see photos

Festivus Celebration at Cruisin' 7th Cruisin' 7th skipped Christmas this year and dragged in an old Seinfeld favorite, Festivus. The evening celebrated the gay community and helped raise money for Aunt Rita's Foundation, a Phoenix AIDS organization...see photos


The Maine at Pollack Tempe Cinemas Last Night (VIDEO) ​You would have thought the new Twilight movie was premiering by the looks of Pollack Tempe Cinemas last night, as a line of girl-after-teenage girl winded around the theater. They were actually there to catch a glimpse of the oh-so-dreamy local band The Maine, who also happen to have a record deal with Warner Bros. Records and were showing off their latest endeavor, the short film In Darkness and In Light...full story

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Jonathan McNamara