Trick or Treating is for suckers (and loyal readers with children). The rest of us should find some other way of celebrating Halloween. Don’t worry, we have some suggestions…  Halloween with Treasure Mammal?! How can you go wrong?   The Phoenix Art Museum will be showing this classic tale of loveRead More →

1. Who are you and what do you do? My name is Annie, and I paint colorful creatures, from cute to macabre but mostly just odd. My goal is to make people laugh, or at least smile. If not that, then consternation will do. I work under the name Chaos in Color.2. WhereRead More →

Hey did everyone see this amazing short documentary about Charlie Levy and Stateside Presents? If you haven’t seen Bigger Than Sound, you need to check it out right now! Produced by Kayla Frost and directed by Alex Gregory, get a not-often-seen inside look into the life of Charlie as toldRead More →

Wow people, there are tons of great events happening this week! With the number of flyers we dug up, as well as the great many that were sent to us (keep it up btw), it took us just a tad longer to get ’em all up. Never fear though,  it’sRead More →

I have returned with another week of foraging around the web… Phx Taco, our favorite place to keep tabs on everything street art around the state, shared this Columbus Day prank. While you’re there check out the newest post on Breeze & Lalo Cota.  Playboy Manbaby has created a tumblrRead More →

by Mark Anderson The first time I listened to Donny & the Dorks it was 10:02 on a Thursday. I was tired as all get out, a little elevated too. That’s when “Boner Skit,” the first track off their new self-titled EP, hit me like a (insert noun) to theRead More →

by Mark Anderson The first time I listened to Donny & the Dorks it was 10:02 on a Thursday. I was tired as all get out, a little elevated too. That’s when “Boner Skit,” the first track off their new self-titled EP, hit me like a (insert noun) to theRead More →

by Byron Carrick The locavore movement, or even remote awareness, has come a long way lately. Folks are starting to gain more understanding of why it’s a good idea to support local farmers and businesses that offer the local bounty. Pavle Milic and Charleen Badman have been doing it forRead More →

Photo by William Dickey Sole, for many of us at YabYum, needs no introduction. Those seeking gold chain raps and bitch slapping rhymes will most likely be disappointed with the hip-hop Sole offers to audiences. Dedicated to fighting the powers that be and inspiring change through art and global activism,Read More →

Hey all you bands and artists, make sure you email your show flyers to yymeditors@gmail.com to be included in next weeks list! Happy show going everyone…Read More →

Hey just a reminder everyone that the the third annual Arizona Taco Festival is this weekend! This year’s event takes place at the Salt River Fields in Scottsdale from 11AM to 7PM Saturday and Sunday. Featuring $2 dollar tacos all weekend, there will be over 50 restaurants and food trucksRead More →

If you don’t know by now, AIDS Walk Phoenix is only 5 days away. And this year there is a ton of great AZ talent encircling the event! Bluzone, Mills End, Hellbilly Motorcade, Horizon i, Desert Overture, and the Epik Dance Company are just some the entertainment you’ll see whenRead More →