Curtain Critic: 'Anything Goes'

“Anything Goes” brings comedic misadventures and applause-worthy musical numbers to the Phoenix Theatre. Read story

METROnome: 7 shows to see at Viva PHX fest


From national acts like Andrew WK and Best Coast to local staples Playboy Manbaby and Andrew Jackson Jihad, Viva PHX will bring a wide range of music downtown this month. Read story

A Tailored Place: Phoenix welcomes Australian gown shop Luv Bridal's first US location


Australia-based Luv Bridal & Formal opened its first American location at 7th and McKinley streets earlier this month, and the bridal gown store has quickly gained momentum in the community, according to the store’s owner. The store features a large selection of dresses for the bride and her bridesmaids on the big day. Read story

Curtain Critic: Storyline depicts 'Don Quixote'


Storyline takes acts based on the mundane and everyday to memorable heights at Space 55 every Third Friday. Read story

METROnome: Folk punk festival offers alternative to traditional concert experience


Under the Bridge folk festivals have invited musicians from across the country to perform free, acoustic music sporadically since 2010. Read story

Ladies First! exhibition highlights art of local women


The second Ladies First! art exhibition at Jobot Friday commemorated the music, art and performances of over 30 women in the community. Read story

Devil's Advocate: Nothing brings community together like high alcohol content


To this week’s Devil’s Advocate author, attending the Strong Beer Festival and seeing the crowds of people and community enjoying the wide variety of locally brewed beers was eyeopening and is symbolic of something truly extraordinary. Read story

Fady Joudah poetry reading emphasizes humanity, displacement


Doctor, translator and award-winning poet Fady Joudah read his poetry and shared stories about his global experiences in medicine and the humanities Wednesday night at the Phoenix Art Museum. The event was put on by the University of Arizona’s Poetry Center. Read story

Curtain Critic: Scorpius Dance Theatre's 'David and Lisa' is a twisted but polished love story


For Valentine’s Day, Scorpius Dance Theatre put their usual dark spin on the holiday by presenting “David and Lisa.” The production follows the love story of two main characters and those of the bizarre corp. Read story

Locally inspired movie 'Durant's Never Closes' surpasses $100,000 Kickstarter goal


The movie on the famous restaurateur reached its crowdfunding goal and will begin filming in late March with a cast headlined by Tom Sizemore. Read story