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The 12 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

1 year ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Need something to do this weekend? Why not see a show.
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Sheriff Clarence Dupnik's Modest Proposal on Immigrant Children

10 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Where the right-wing meets the sick and surreal. That's my succinct definition of Arizona. Every day in this state, one's faith in humanity is challenged when it comes to the subject of immigration. I half expect to awake each morn and find Russell Pearce's recipe for parboiled immigrant infant in...
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The 13 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

2 years ago by Phoenix New Times
Featuring MRCH, BOO! Arizona, and Harry Styles.
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Rhythm Room: An Oral History of The First 25 Years of a Phoenix Blues Institution

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
It’s an ordinary afternoon and Bob Corritore is doing what he does best: talking about the blues. Sitting at a desk inside his Scottsdale residence, the renowned harmonica player and blues guru flips through a file drawer filled with two-and-a-half decades of flyers and gig posters from the Rhythm Room,...
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The 25 Best Concerts in Phoenix in December 2016

3 years ago by Phoenix New Times
The last month of every year is typically the busiest, which is completely understandable with the holiday season and all. Like ‘em or loathe ‘em, its probably going to dominate and complicate almost every aspect of your life from now right up until the end of the year. That’s certainly...
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Hightone Deaf

13 years ago by Justin P. Farrar
American Music: The Hightone Records Story boxed set (Hightone Records) is extremely likable in concept. The imprint is a hardworking indie out of Oakland that has spent the past 20 years documenting modern roots music. In fact, Hightone has released records by some of the last great bluesmen, including R.L...
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Los Super Seven

15 years ago by J. Poet
If you were driving cross-country in the '50s and '60s, you prayed for sundown, because after dark, you picked up the signals of outlaw Mexican radio giants XERB, XEG and XERF. Long before the FM revolution, the X stations played an eclectic mix of honky-tonk, blues, Texas swing, norteño, and...
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Ann Kirkpatrick Is on the Hunt For John McCain — Well, His U.S. Senate Seat, At Least

3 years ago by Miriam Wasser
If there’s one thing Ann Kirkpatrick doesn’t want to talk about, it’s John McCain. On a recent Thursday afternoon, the congresswoman is seated at a long wooden table in a boardroom in Tucson. She’s just finished a round-table discussion with 20 men and women who work with veterans, and managed...
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25 Legendary Tempe Music Venues: Then and Now

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Despite rumors to the contrary, the date of April 3, 2004, wasn't the day that the music died in Tempe. It was, however, when the plug was pulled on fabled Mill Avenue rock club Long Wong's, a tragic event that may have signaled the end of an era but wasn't...
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Ask a Mexican on White People and Marco Rubio

4 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
Why do white people love Marco Rubio and cry at his speeches? Rubio was in my town selling his vision for America mierda to his gabacho constituency, and they drank it up like Tía's fresh jamaica. They laughed, they cried, they wondered why we Mexicans can't get behind the Great...

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