Where grease monkeys will possibly be disappointed by a lack of emphasis on really cool cars doing really cool things, audience members will be pleasantly entertained by the suspense of reality and physics that this series is notorious for.
As students, we know how difficult it can be trying to balance our academic life with our social life — not to mention trying to find time to call our parents, eat and perhaps even sleep occasionally.
Having played a small acoustic set earlier that day at the Zia Records store off Indian School in Phoenix, a self admitted rare departure from their normal live show presence, Joy Formidable took the stage later that evening at the Rhythm Room plugged in, amped up and ready to rock.
If you ask just about any musician about how life on the road is, you'll likely get mixed reviews. Some artists thrive off the energy of the crowds. Other artists just can't wait to get home. If you ask Lupe Fiasco, your answer will likely be more polarizing than most.
The Phoenix Improv Festival opened Thursday with an Arizona Showcase and will run through Saturday. Many improvisation troupes from the state and all over the nation will be performing in the festival.
Originally a Web series on 5thyear.com, “Workaholics” was picked up by Comedy Central for what looks to be at least 10 half-hour episodes. Featuring the members of the sketch group Mail Order Comedy, the show focuses on the lives of three friends as they enter into the workforce post-college.