Events

Phoenix Comicon, Zombies, an Anti-SB 1070 Demonstration, Brian Wilson, and Final Friday Over the Holiday Weekend

Phoenix Comicon's Zombie Walk Shambles Through Downtown Possessed by an eternal hunger for human flesh, zombies let their guttural be heard on the streets of Phoenix during Phoenix Comicon's Zombie Walk. Check out the unspeakable horror in this Zombie Walk slideshow...see photos

Phoenix Comicon In Photos Any comic book fan, sci-fi geek, or anime otaku worth his salt was Downtown for the tenth Phoenix Comicon. Artists displayed their craft turning costumed girls into super heroines. Cosplayers geared up for action. Hell, even Deadpool was there. Check out all the action in this slideshow from Phoenix Comicon...see photos

Anti-SB 1070 Demonstration Rocks Phoenix, Marchers Number in the Tens of Thousands Despite threats of disruption from extremist elements, Saturday's anti-SB 1070 demonstration produced a diverse, spirited crowd of anywhere from 30,000 to 100,000 that walked some five miles to the Arizona state Capitol without incident...full story

See: Saturday's Anti-SB 1070 Demonstration in Photos

Brian Wilson at Talking Stick Resort Brian Wilson's last few high-profile tours have tended to be been big, classy affairs. You know, Pet Sounds in its entirety with a symphony at the Hollywood Bowl -- that sort of thing. Those shows promote the image so many of us like to have of the semi-retired genius: tanned and rested, living large on royalties while playing a few scattered shows to burnish his reputation between all-star tributes and lifetime achievement awards presentations...full story

Final Friday at Cartel Coffee Lab The end of May is upon us and that means Final Friday. Like a miniature First Friday, this monthly occasion features new art, a cool atmosphere and savory sips live at Tempe's Cartel Coffee Lab...see photos

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