Battle of the Bands winners Ruby Shore discuss their indie rock style, recent victory and plans for the future.
Cross over borders and break boundaries at "Borders and Boundlessness," an exhibit at the Northlight Gallery.
Procedural police shows leave audiences wondering if what they are watching is just another example of Copaganda.
"Pokémon Legends: Arceus" shakes up the fundamentals but has room to improve for it to live up to the $60 price point.
"Dance Transitions: Cumulus Twenty-Two" was performed by ASU's dance students from Feb. 4-6.
"The Band's Visit" is a must-see show during ASU Gammage's 2021-22 season that will leave viewers sitting in amazement of something strange.
COVID-19 has undoubtedly shocked the world, and for me, it has threatened the very foundation of my Muslim community.
A diverse cast of ASU students shares their stories in "The Color Cabaret" for the third year.
The eighth annual Tempe Writer's Forum hopes to bring attention to local writers who have yet to submit work for publication.
With the release of Taylor Swift's newest album, "Red (Taylor's Version)," she regains control of her work, her story and her career. Redone versions of classic songs like "22" and "All Too Well" have a new understanding and weight today than they did back in 2012 when "Red" originally released.
Mirabella welcomes four graduate students in the School of Music as musicians-in-residence to perform for residents in the retirement home.
From the acting to Anderson's signature vibrant, symmetrical set design, 'The French Dispatch' pulls the audience through the news page into a world of nonsensical escapades disguised as feature stories.
Phoenix-based dance troupe, Indigenous Enterprise, held a performance to kick off Native American Heritage Month at ASU.
"Mean Girls," the musical inspired by the legendary movie, opens its first nationwide tour at ASU Gammage with an energetic cast and an enthusiastic audience.
With the introduction of new faculty and a brand new space, ArtSpace West embraces an era of change.
Whether you are carving pumpkins, summoning the dead or having a costume party, here is some fun history about why we celebrate Halloween in the way we do.