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Battle of the Ladmo Bag Boys: Are the Keepers of a Kids’ Show a Couple of Sad Sacks?

2 years ago by Robrt L. Pela
"Sometimes people fixate on the thing that represents a happy time in their lives, and they’re unwilling to transfer that energy to new things or experiences."

The 30 Best Concerts in Phoenix in April 2017

3 years ago by Phoenix New Times
You really oughta get out and see a concert this month. Brent Cowles – Saturday, April 1 – The Rebel LoungeLast year was big for Brent Cowles. The singer-songwriter and former frontman of Denver’s You Me & Apollo signed to the Greater Than Collective label. He has a new EP...

9 Best Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Week

4 years ago by Becky Bartkowski
New Times picks the best things to do in metro Phoenix from Monday, June 20, through Thursday, June 23. For more events, see our curated calendar.  Lisa Hanawalt Though it sounds like the grossest challenge ever, Hot Dog Taste Test is the second illustrated collection from cartoonist Lisa Hanawalt: a...

What We Know About the Housing Complex Replacing Paz Cantina on Roosevelt Row in Phoenix

4 years ago by Lynn Trimble
Alliance Residential Company, a Phoenix-based firm that has previously developed mixed-use properties in metro Phoenix using the Broadstone brand, plans to build a multi-family residential complex in the heart of Roosevelt Row. It's the latest in a slew of changes slated for the downtown Phoenix arts district. A preliminary site...

Best Concerts in Phoenix This Week

5 years ago by Phoenix New Times
We've been fortunate in that this past weekend in the Valley felt like, well, it wasn't the Valley. This is but the calm before the storm. Summer is coming. The Southwest remembers. Here are our picks for this weekend. If you'd like more options, mosey on over to our comprehensive...

Mark Wahlberg, Michael Bay, Doug Ducey and More Listen to Jordin Sparks at Charity Event

5 years ago by Caleb Haley
The Super Bowl equates to dollars, lots and lots of dollars. Between the advertising and network deals, the V.I.P. parties and concerts, to the actual football game itself, there is no shortage of money being invested, donated, raised, spent, blown, and made in our city this week. Nowhere in the...

Hometown Heroes and Rookie Rockers at Tempe Music Festival

12 years ago by Jonathan McNamara
This year more than ever before, the festival sought to showcase local bands making the event truly reflective of Tempe. Inviting a few legendary hometown heroes to play didn’t hurt either. The most exciting headliner was, of course, the long awaited return of the Meat Puppets. Though they haven’t played here for well over a decade the Meat Puppets did nothing less than awe the crowd.

Five Reasons Mumford & Sons Doesn't Deserve The Backlash

7 years ago by Phoenix New Times
[We're not sure a seemingly uncontroversial band has ever generated as much controversy as Mumford and Sons have in their brief stint as folky chart-toppers. To celebrate their show tonight at Desert Sky Pavilion, we looked for voices from both sides of the (surprisingly heated) Mumford & Sons debate to...

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