Posts tagged "roosevelt row"
A message from the "Stella Fella" and a response from MonOrchid

A message from the “Stella Fella” and a response from MonOrchid

A source claiming responsibility for tagging the Stella Artois advertisement provided a message in response to an article we shared on PHX SUX last week in the Phoenix New Times: This was for the community.  It needed to be done.  It was time. – the Stella Fella It’s definitely a vague message.  I think it’s...
Fade Away and Radiate: The Phoenix Burn Grows Cold

Fade Away and Radiate: The Phoenix Burn Grows Cold

EDITOR’S NOTE: All photos in this piece were shot by Lauren Karp. Last weekend was the 29th Art Detour, and I couldn’t have given less of a shit about it. In past years, it was an exciting prospect: a chance to roam around the downtown scene, reconnect with folks, and see what they’re up to....
The Light Rail Plays Moves Us While We're On The Move

The Light Rail Plays Moves Us While We’re On The Move

Each year Rising Youth Theatre takes theater off the stage and gets it on the light rail for two weeks of live public performances. Our correspondent bought a metro pass and tagged along to see this year's Light Rail Plays. Was he impressed, or did he get off at the next stop?
Artist James B. Hunt On Death, Dreams, And CB Radio Drug Deals

Artist James B. Hunt On Death, Dreams, And CB Radio Drug Deals

We sat down to talk with prolific Phoenix artist James B. Hunt about CB radio, Current 93, treasure hunts, and being chased by cops during the Super Bowl.
Things That Don't Suck in Phoenix This February

Things That Don’t Suck in Phoenix This February

It's Valentine's Day across the valley. Don't get distracted from sucking face by a sucky show! Stick with these recommendations if you want a fantastic and yawn-free February in Phoenix (and outlying areas.) Click fliers for links to events.j
Stop Calling Roosevelt Row an Arts District

Stop Calling Roosevelt Row an Arts District

Pete Petrisko tells us why it's NoMoRoRo. Calling Roosevelt Row an "Arts District" at this point might be the greatest bait-and-switch scheme Downtown Phoenix has ever witnessed.
Sugar Skulls, Dead Cats, And Rotting Scenes At The All Souls Procession

Sugar Skulls, Dead Cats, And Rotting Scenes At The All Souls Procession

Our correspondent walked the streets of Tucson during their annual All Souls Procession. What strange sights did he see? What kind of ghosts haunted his imagination? Read on and find out.
Three Birds In Flight or The Pied Piper of Roosevelt Row?

Three Birds In Flight or The Pied Piper of Roosevelt Row?

Whenever a natural disaster comes, the animals are the first to flee. Maybe the caged bird sings because ‘Merica?