Skip to Content, Navigation, or Footer.

The Echo





The State Press

Most anticipated, dreaded summer films

Every summer, there are movies we eagerly await and others we dread. In many cases though, it’s the films we most anticipate that result in disappointment and the one’s we don’t expect to enjoy we end up loving.

|



The State Press

Local business owner transforms Valley music scene

Lanning, who opened Stinkweeds Records’ original location on Dobson and Guadalupe Roads when she was 19, and also went on to open Modified Arts in downtown Phoenix in 1999, as well as spearheading Local First Arizona, has been active in the local community for well over 20 years

|









The State Press

'Toy Story 3' sneak peak thrills students

200 students were at Harkins Tempe Marketplace on Wednesday as a “Toy Story 3” cliffhanger screening showed the first 60 minutes of the 98-minute film. The event was one of 40 that will take place through May 6 near college campuses nationwide.

|


TRASH TO MUSIC: Husband and wife team Step Raptis and Lisa Chow of "Step's Junk Funk" perform on Hayden Lawn during celebrations for Earth Week. Raptis, who has been converting trash into percussion instruments since 1973, enjoyed a stage powered entirely by solar energy. (Photo Michael Arellano)

Step’s Junk Funk finds beats in trash

The phrase “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” has never been truer for Step’s Junk Funk, a recycled percussion band in Tempe that uses common trash to create endless sound.

|


×

Notice

This website uses cookies to make your expierence better and easier. By using this website you consent to our use of cookies. For more information, please see our Cookie Policy.