Skyscraper ads to return to Phoenix buildings for College Football Playoff in January


For downtown Phoenix, College Football Playoff will mean that skyscraper ads — and possibly the giant football from Super Bowl Central — will be returning to the city. Read story

Harrison Fjord remains humble before a Thursday gig at Crescent Ballroom

The purposely genre-less Harrison Fjord has risen to local prominence within the past two years. Learn how the band went from a nameless group of friends to headliners at Crescent Ballroom ahead of their Oct. 8 concert. Read story

Phoenix Art Museum exhibit brings Ai Weiwei's politically charged art from China


The exhibit features 12 gold-plated sculptures of the Chinese zodiac symbols as well as the Phoenix Art Museum’s own additions of bronze sculptures, a projection of the artist’s twitter feed and a portrait of Ai Weiwei made out of legos. Read story

METROnome: PRO TEENS' debut album is a light rail ride you should get on


Released Oct.3, “PRO TEENS” is the band’s full-length debut — and it’s addictive from the start. The songs flowed and meshed together to create a distinct, united and beautifully odd identity for the local group. Read story

Downtown community sings Welcome praises in latest Four Chambers Press literary release


Four Chambers Press presented their second special issue of the year Saturday night, “Welcome Home,” a collection of poetry and prose about how Welcome Diner (and Welcome Chicken + Donuts) has impacted the community. Read story