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Cool Entertainment For A Very Hot Summer

Unlimited Arts June 21 To July 5: Temps May Be Brutal Right Now In The Phoenix Metro, But There Are A Bunch Of Great Film, Musical, And Theatrical Events As An Adequate Distraction.

Portrait Of A Young Artist: Hector Acuna

An Array Of Young Artists Are Now Using The Scottsdale Art Walk To Share Their Work With The Phoenix Metro: A Conversation With One Of Them.

Remember SB 1070, Or See Ted Nugent

Unlimited Arts June 7 to 21: A Play Based On The Highly Controversial Legislation Will Take Center Stage At The Herberger Theater As Rockers And Other Musical Events Also Grace The Phoenix Metro This Month.

Baywatch Redux

As The Movie Version Of The Kitschy TV Series Jackknifes Into Theaters This Weekend, The Reel To Real Guys Reminisce About Interviewing Some Of The Original Stars.

Mega-Fest Means A Funky Time in Phoenix

Unlimited Arts May 24 to June 7: From R&B Legends To A Blue Collar Comedian, There Are Plenty Of Diverse Entertainment Choices In Late May And Early June.

Halfway In May, There's A Lot Of Entertainment

Unlimited Arts May 10 to 24: With The "Unofficial Start Of Summer" Almost Here, Phoenix-Area Residents Can Chill With Family Events, Dance And Lots Of Music.

The Realization That Jimmy Eat World Really Hit It Big

Arizona's Local Heroes Jimmy Eat World Have Been Crushing It On A National Stage For Nearly Two Decades, But For Homers Like Ryan Scott, They Were Just The Best Band To Ever Come Out Of Phoenix.

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Metal And Classic Rock Talk, Baby!

Whether It Was Last Week Or Several Decades Ago, Julie Barela Mills And Joe Lopez Probably Have Seen It, Done It, Or Heard About It.

Under The Radar Bands Playing Phoenix In May

A Diverse Slate Of Bands, From Bleached To Vallis Alps, Are Playing Phoenix-Area Venues In May.

Rock On With Joe and Julie

Julie Barela Mills and Joe Lopez pay homage to Joe Lynn Turner, who shot to stardom with Rainbow and has carved out a memorable career thereafter.

Classic Film and the TCM Film Festival

The 2017 Turner Classic Movies Film Festival honored the Brooks Boys, Lee Grant Debbie Reynolds and many others. Classic film expert Tom Johnson was there and joined John and Karen on this podcast for a lively discussion.

Bayonne, Molly Burch Lead Indie Bands Visiting Phoenix In April

From the VIVA PHX music festival to Gringo Star, There Are Plenty Of Talented Musical Acts You May Not Have Heard Of Coming To Phoenix In March.

Discover Indie Music Acts Visiting Phoenix In March

From the VIVA PHX music festival to Gringo Star, There Are Plenty Of Talented Musical Acts You May Not Have Heard Of Coming To Phoenix In March.

Rock On With Joe and Julie

Julie Barela Mills and Joe Lopez talk about some of the bands that deserve to be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, establishing a Metal Hall of Fame, and much more..

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