Poison, Def Leppard, Against Me! Love Mania Pool Party, and "Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures" Over the Weekend

Poison and Def Leppard at Cricket Wireless Pavilion After drawing some fire for making an unfavorable comparison between Green Day and Poison in my review of last Saturday's show at U.S. Airways Center, I saw a rare chance to subject one of my statements to some scrutiny this Saturday as Poison and Def Leppard show played Cricket Pavilion...full story

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Against Me! Proves They're Punk's Best Band at Phoenix Show ​There are probably some people who'd question the credibility of any punk band playing a show staged by a carmaker, especially if that carmaker didn't just stake out prime product placement, but actually paid for the whole shebang so it could give tickets only to people who test-drove a new model...full story

Love Mania Pool Party at the Wyndham Hotel School might be back in session, but the summer ain't over just yet. A slew of bikini-clad babes mixed with dope DJs during the pimp Love Mania Pool Party on Saturday, August 29, at the Wyndham Hotel. Photos by Benjamin Leatherman...see photos

"Do You Remember When?": Postcommodity Installation at ASU Art Museum "Native Confluence: Sustaining Cultures" opened Friday, August 28 at ASU Art Museum's Ceramic Research Center. Kicking off a 3-part series of installations by Native American artists in conjunction with ASU's October Sustainability Conference was "Do You Remember When?" by Postcommodity, an interdisciplinary indigenous artists' collective focused on what they term "decolonization."...full story

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