Devilishly Healthy: How to stay healthy after you graduate


With graduation nearing, many graduates might find that their healthy routines are in jeopardy. This week’s Devilishly Healthy focuses on how to stay healthy after leaving college. Read story

Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Bees in the city


As my East Coast family and friends received a whopping foot-and-a-half of snow to add onto the pre-existing 4 feet, I was out wearing shorts, looking at bees engaged in a pollination session. 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

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

Devilishly Healthy: April showers just bring super bad allergies this year


With the unusual weather patterns this year and Spring arriving so quickly, many people are finding their allergies acting up more than usual. Health columnist Wafa Shaid reccomends Staying hydrated, taking multivitamins and getting daily exercise to keep immune systems strong. 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

METROnome: Local writer's new poetry album gives heart-wrenching look at bipolar disorder


On Feb. 10, Beth May released her second poetry album, “the family arsonist,” proving poetic performance to be music in its own right through her self-produced compilation of original poetry readings. Read story

Devil's Advocate: Share stories, seek change with 'Vagina Monologues' this Valentine's Day


This Valentine’s Day, you should go see “The Vagina Monologues.” And if you’re reading this because you live in or near downtown Phoenix, you should go see the performance of “The Vagina Monologues” at the Pressroom. Read story