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First date jitters and unsure of what to do? Take your date on a stroll across the lit bridge at Tempe Town Beach while soaking in the sunset. | Photo by Noemi Gonzalez
In his list of "1,000 Recordings To Hear Before You Die," Tom Moon wrote that in the process of compiling such a list, “it seemed impossible to get to the essence of something as vast and elusive as music.” And it’s true. Discussing the songs, the lyrics and the songwriters who have reached the core of your soul and pulled at the chords of your heart is as easy as it is tough. It’s easy because as music lovers we can’t help want to share the moment when we fell in love with a band at an incredible venue for the very first time. But it’s incredibly difficult because the list is an ever-growing one.
Like A Virgin: A discussion and exploration on what virginity represents today, and whether or not it is a repressed discussion among students at ASU.Photo by Noemi Gonzalez
SPM Acoustics from The State Press on Vimeo.
SPM Acoustics: Kachina from The State Press on Vimeo.
At the Center for Games & Impact's Innovation Lab, interns gather around to prototype a card game on gun policy while others take time to brush up on their gaming skills.Photo by Noemi Gonzalez
For the past four years, I've rejected meat, the roots of my culture.Photo by Noemi Gonzalez
The songs of local Phoenix singer-songwriter Taylor Jayne are provocations.
SPM Acoustics: Wallow The Mire from The State Press on Vimeo.
Lead singer of 1967 performs at the Starbucks on 32 Street and Lincoln Drive.
The Chile Pepper Festival offered its guests a variety of salsas at different heats.Photo by Mackenzie McCreary
SPM Acoustics: The Hourglass Cats from The State Press on Vimeo.
ASU students look on during an experiment. Photo courtesy of Frank Mayer.
As the Feb. 3 art walk on Roosevelt Row shifted from a dusty pink afternoon to dusk, it was complemented not only by the street dancers and galleries but by a light buzz of music drifting throughout SeventhAvenue and Roosevelt that brought recollections of times at the beach, times of relaxing and times of great music (at least, it did for me).
What if an asteroid hit Earth? What if aliens invaded Earth? Or, what if the Earth suddenly blew up?
As far back as history shows us, the manner of decorating oneself has served a greater purpose. The style a person chooses, like the adage says about images, paints a thousand words.
Arizona State University has installed solar panels and established the School of Sustainability in 2007, but going green and spreading the notion of sustainability doesn’t always encompass alternative energies and planting trees; it encompasses the art and creativity of today’s children.
Local bands face some pretty mighty challenges: booking studio time, making it to gig, etc. But Scottsdale-based band The Morning Amour (or as I insist on calling them, The Young Hearts), bring out a distinct energy with them full of heart and humor.
There is more than meets the eyes and ears when it comes to Lady Gaga, and an Arizona State University creative writing professor understands what this entails. This professor wants to help students to reach their own personal “Edge of Glory.”