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.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have a blueprint for life’s convoluted moments? That’s the objective of author and life coach Dan Millman in his newly released book, “The Four Purposes of Life.” The State Press spoke with Millman about his text and the teachings within.
If Dave Grohl wants to get back to his roots, Dave Grohl is going to get back to his roots. So, it should come as no surprise that “Wasting Light” is the first album since 1997's “The Colour and the Shape” to feature original lead guitarist Pat Smear.
The Liz Lerman Dance Exchange will perform “The Matter of Origins” for one night, April 11 at ASU Gammage. Benjamin Wegman spoke The State Press about his experience with Lerman at CERN in Switzerland and about the show that’s coming to ASU.
Its gaze on life, experience and love seemed different to me. The independent feature film uses the element of realism to present a boy and girl’s wistful love discovered, interrupted and possibly resumed.
The Nintendo 3DS utilizes stereoscopic imaging technology to capture and project three-dimensional images, but the slightest ocular imperfection could render the three-dimensional images invisible for many video game players.