Lots of music rang throughout Downtown Phoenix neighborhoods this past weekend.
Locally owned Red Hot Robot, Frances and Smeeks sit neatly in a row on the corner of Central and Camelback. Each store radiates friendly intimacy.
By now most of us have heard that CenPhoTV’s equipment was stolen a few weeks back. Now Stinkweeds is pitching in to help.
Haus Modern Living owner Lew Gallo thought of a clever way to bring two concepts together — spending money at deserving local businesses and tweeting while doing it. He’s introducing TwitterHunt.
Stinkweeds owner Kimber Lanning can often be found in and around the record store, but she relies on a committed staff to keep things humming. One of these people is store manager Lindsay Cates.
As of this morning, METRO has enacted an Adopt-A-Station initiative along the light rail line.
Montréal’s The Dears are coming to the Rhythm Room on Thursday, May 21. Since releasing 2008’s Missiles, this Canadian sevenpiece has been rounding every corner of North America with their piano-heavy, soulful rock. Somewhat under the radar, they’ve pursued a fanbase the old-fashioned way: playing shows. Don’t miss your chance to see them in an… Read more
Come celebrate national record store day at Stinkweeds (10 W. Camelback Rd.) next Saturday, April 18. Designated as a day to support your trusty independent record store, Stinkweeds is going all out, even releasing its own exclusive album, Phoenix: We Love It, full of great local bands (Go Big Casino, Sam Means from the Format,… Read more
Several prominent Phoenicians have landed nominations for the 2009 Governor’s Arts Awards, to be held Tuesday, April 14 at the Arizona Biltmore Resort. This year, key downtowners Kimber Lanning and Kyle Jordre are being nominated for their contributions, along with the Artlink organization responsible for Art Detour and First Fridays artwalk. Lanning is the Director… Read more