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On this edition of The YabYum Hour hosts Anna, Bonnie, and Garrett pay tribute to Record Store Day by playing tracks picked out by John Rose of The Record Room in Phoenix. Find out a bunch of great opinions and info on not only these songs but on one of our favorite holidays as well…Read More →

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by Carly Schorman

Okay, so you have a lot of talent or a following or a special skill and you’re ready to cast off the tawdry shackles of your “day job” to embrace the American entrepreneurial dream. Maybe? But before you tender that letter of resignation, I suggest to take a tip from a business owner and really think through the pros + cons of self-employment before you barrel your way into living your best life, only to find yourself longing for lunch breaks and dental benefits…Read More →

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In our continued celebration of directors in 2019, for this episode we’ve invited a guest — Phoenix-based journalist Tom Reardon — to join us to chat about one of his favorite directors, Whit Stillman. With only seven movies under his directorship, Stillman hasn’t been terribly prolific but he has managed to maintain a following and create opinions about his movies that often follow the lives of young, rich kids in NYC. Let’s just say not everyone in this convo holds the same level of fandom… of the director and of socialites…Read More →

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Amy and Tom of It’s Not Our Fault interviewed Crispin Glover when he was in town promoting It Is Fine! Everything Is Fine. along with What Is It? screening at the Tempe Alamo Draft House. Check out their interview with the eccentric actor, writer, director, and musician as well as hear some related tunes picked out by the INOF crew…Read More →

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It’s a tragic, recurring cycle. Every generation loses artistic visionaries too soon, and the mourning of that loss embeds itself into the fabric of popular culture. Jonathan Larson, the creator of Rent, died suddenly in 1996 at the age of 35, leaving a gaping wound in the theatre-loving community upon which he had already generously bestowed his talent and vision. Although he was posthumously awarded a Pulitzer Prize, as well as several of the most coveted Tony, Drama Desk, Obie and Outer Critics Circle awards, he passed before seeing his greatest success open on Broadway, and its subsequent meteoric rise…Read More →

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Paula & The Pockets stepped on to The Listening Room Phoenix stage and wowed everyone with their performance of “Video 39”. Check out their stellar video and then go on to read our Q+A with lead singer/guitarist Paula Tesoriero below. Please enjoy our final performance of Songs from The Listening Room and make sure to check out the playlist of all who participated to see if any of your favorite (or next favorite) Arizona artists took part in our series…Read More →