Turn on. Tune in. Rock out. — Teneia Sanders


Phoenix singer/songwriter Teneia Sanders was influenced by old-school Motown music on her new album, Soulcatcher. Read story

Best of: Halloween in Phoenix

With hectic schedules and Halloween less than a week away, Phoenicians have a lot of events to cover in a very limited amount of time. Just around the Valley, there are over 20 haunted houses, about nine pumpkin patches and countless Halloween Eve celebrations, all claiming to be the best in Arizona. Read story

The Survival Guide

Arizona State University is definitely intimidating when you don’t know what to expect, and Downtown can be especially frustrating because everything may seem less convenient than it is in Tempe. But the Downtown Devil has compiled a survival guide of top businesses, places and events to help make that adjustment just a little bit easier. Read story

Earth Day celebration organizers undeterred by windy conditions

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The tables were set and the sun was out. The only thing missing from the Downtown ASU campus’ Earth Day celebration was, well, the celebration. Read story

Turn on. Tune in. Rock out — Kevin Stratton

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The guy is diverse. He has spent his life creating his own tunes, but now helps fresh musicians with their own. Read story

Turn on. Tune in. Rock out. – Big. Fast. Easy.

Alex LoSardo (vocals, guitar), Greg Lueking (bass), Matt McGraw (percussion). Photos provided by Big. Fast. Easy

Bigger, faster, easier—that’s the American way through the eyes of the aptly named, Tempe-based Big. Fast. Easy. Read story

Opinion: The pros in paying up

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It is the dawn of a new era, one where floundering online news sources have begun to charge readers for Web content just to keep some of the nation’s most historic papers from going under. Read story

Hoops for Haiti

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After the quake in Haiti, volunteers all across the world banded together to support the aching nation. The Downtown campus intramural department is also taking initiative with a Haiti-relief basketball tournament Saturday. Read story

Slower food at Phoenix Public Market

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The grand opening of the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar is trying the slow and steady method, bringing locally grown food along with advocates of the sweeping Slow Food Movement, a back to basics approach to food. Read story

Turn on. Tune in. Rock out: London Airspace


Formed in September 2008, London Airspace already touts a regular position at First Fridays, a sick gig at the 2009 Tempe Music Festival and, most importantly, a whole lot more to look forward to. Read story