Arts & Entertainment

Bigger, faster, easier—that’s the American way through the eyes of the aptly named, Tempe-based Big. Fast. Easy.
The latest exhibit at the Arizona Science Center in downtown Phoenix, which opened on Jan. 31, gives visitors the chance to face their fears — in the most literal sense.
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.
ASU affiliates invited artist Joseph "Sentrock" Perez to create his breakdance art live at the Fourth Annual Urban Gallery Exhibition held at the University Center.
Art, music, dancing, photographs and much more will adorn University Center and the Downtown campus on Friday at the fourth annual Urban Gallery Exhibition.
On Saturday, local dance crews faced off at the Madison Event Center to promote a drug-free environment for Arizona high school students.
Local dance crews will be competing today at the Madison Event Center not just for bragging rights, but to promote a safe, drug-free environment for Arizona’s high school students.
Known by many as the “Candy Man,” Shan Ichiyangi has been perfecting his art for more than 36 years, displaying his talents at festivals and parties for presidents and big-name celebrities.