Robert Hoekman Jr is the cohost of Spillers, Phoenix's premier short fiction event, and the award-winning Spillers After Show podcast. He is the author of nine books, and his work has been featured by Fast Company, WIRED, Huckberry, Bike Exif, Iron & Air, and many others. Learn more at rhjr.net.
“The show is in a week and the music doesn’t exist yet,” says Stephen Chilton. And that fact is way cooler than you think.
Pressure from all sides, a coma, and a bizarre twist of fate. In part 3 of the Wurth House series, a house, a family, and a Roosevelt Row pioneer unite.
Part two of our four-part series on the history of the Joseph W. Wurth House picks up with new characters, modern struggles, and even a cliffhanger.
Part one of a series on the history of the 114-year-old Joseph W. Wurth House: a story of drama, near-misses and minor miracles.
A profile of the man Harper Collins is about to make famous to middle-grade readers everywhere.
The innovation playground we’ve all been waiting for is now becoming a real thing.
Saturday’s 7th Annual Grand Avenue Festival will showcase the downtown art district’s culture & creativity in grand style with a full day of festivities.
Last Saturday, the Coronado Porch Concert showcased Phoenix’s best, including its musicians, its sense of community, and a guy in a mustard costume.
Phoenix’s other thriving art scene features a building full of drums and yelling, and during this year’s Grand Avenue Festival, you can join in.
The control and finesse of a seasoned band (along with a killer opening act) make for a memorable night despite this writer’s misgivings.