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Walter Alias

13 years ago by Crystal K. Wiebe
A band that calls its album Examples of the Cataclysmic is obviously thinking big. Walter Alias, a Kansas City transplant from Branson, Missouri, describes its sweeping sound as "cinematic," and it's not hard to imagine the quartet's swelling choruses set against some critical moment in a movie about the apocalypse,...

The 30 Best Concerts in Phoenix in May 2017

3 years ago by Benjamin Leatherman
The countdown is on, y’all. We're weeks, if not days, away from the time of year that pretty much everyone in the Valley loathes with a passion: the onslaught of excessive amounts of heat. And, we’re sorry to say, there’s little you can do about it, except for buying a...

Luke Cage: Marvel's Latest (and Best) Expands Its Universe

4 years ago by Alan Scherstuhl
The first moments of Luke Cage offer much that the previous 38 or so hours of Marvel superhero Netflix drama haven't: laughter. Warmth. A sense that the New York City that Daredevil and Jessica Jones mope and brawl through might be more than just a place to save — it...


Travesty of Justice The Spike was intrigued by the fancy media kit that landed on several desks here last week. More interesting was the fact that it came from the Office of the Federal Public Defender's Capital Habeas Unit (that's the death penalty appeals folks for you non-legal types), an...

Bullet Broad

23 years ago by Dewey Webb
Liz Renay was never married to the mob--but the former gangland party girl insists her professional prospects were certainly marred by it. "It sure knocked the hell out of my career when I went to Terminal Island," says the Mesa-born headline grabber of the late '50s and early '60s. "I...

The Brass Teapot

Comedy, SciFi/Fantasy, Suspense/Thriller

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