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The Arizona Republican Party, self-proclaimed bastion of Christian morality, sent a depraved campaign flier suggesting that passing Proposition 122 will “protect our children from abuse”. Proposition 122 will not solve the problem of abused children and it is disgusting that the Republican Party would demean itself by using abused children as campaign fodder. The quixotic Proposition 122 will not protect the state from the big bad federal government. It is simply another political folly used to stir emotions that will again make Arizona look bad and cost the state money. Ironically, Republicans are supposed to be fiscally responsible.
Angie McCartney and daughter Ruth have been Beatles insiders from 1964 onwards, when Angie married Sir Paul McCartney’s father, Jim, in November of that year. Angie and Ruth McCartney are coming to Chandler March 21 and will share their walk down the long and winding road of the biggest music phenomenon that the world has ever seen.
It’s difficult to comprehend the struggle a child suffering in a third-world country goes through every day and how your small contribution to a nonprofit makes a difference. The African Children’s Choir, performing this month in the East Valley, will give you that personal experience with not only the cause but the kids you’re supporting.
Jeff Dunham, one of America’s favorite comics and the star of Comedy Central’s highest-rated specials, is bringing his cast of beloved characters to Phoenix’s U.S. Airways Center for his “Disorderly Conduct” tour.
The African Children’s Choir, a nonprofit humanitarian and relief organization dedicated to helping Africa’s children, will perform African songs and dances alongside the Chandler Children’s Choir on March 21.
On Feb. 9, 1964, America was introduced to The Beatles when they took the stage on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” Half a century later, their songs are still topping charts, their fan base keeps growing, and the ladies are still screaming.
These skilled guitarists, both graduates of London’s Royal College of Music, perform works from their long careers, which include collaborations with Sir Paul McCartney, features on NPR’s “Performance Today,” and music for a PBS television series, “The Desert Speaks.”
Novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald once famously declared “there are no second acts in American lives.” But the writer didn't live long enough to see The Rascals prove him wrong.
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit mobile recording studio, and it’s rolling into Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum. The bus, named after Beatle and music education enthusiast, John Lennon, is made possible by an agreement with Yoko Ono Lennon.
There is no drearier time at the multiplex than the first two months of any given year. All those commonplace horror flicks and mediocre blockbusters that studios have little faith in are mercilessly dumped into theaters, leaving us cinephiles to go see “Zero Dark Thirty” for a third or fourth time.
Marilyn Monroe. The Rolling Stones. And Bond — James Bond. What do they have in common?
Here are The Associated Press’ reviews of selected holiday albums:
People have differing opinions over the ethics of the nation’s food choices.
Everyone loves a good rags-to-riches story like British tenor Alfie Boe’s.
LONDON -- You will remember the Queen, right?
The splintered music world truly coalesces only one night of 365 for the Grammy Awards, and this year was united in the triumph of recovered British soul singer Adele's trophy haul and the tragedy of Whitney Houston's death.
Here in the highly opinionated 21st century, we find ourselves in a divisive mood about so many things -- the economy, taxes, health care, the Super Bowl halftime show.
Will Turpin is quite possibly the most laid back guy in rock ‘n' roll, ironic considering it's an industry based on a lot of noise and hype. On his new EP, called "The Lighthouse," the humble musician has cleared his throat and finally discovered his voice.
It’s not a question of what Donny Osmond can do; it’s a question of when he does it.
Part biopic, part concert film and all crowd pleaser, "Justin Bieber: Never Say Never" is a big, glossy celebration of the musical phenom that knows exactly what it needs to do to send its target audience of 'tween girls into a tizzy of giddy screams.
Double Grande Pianos in association with Arizona Entertainers presents a special engagement of Double Grande Dueling Grand Pianos, starring Wayland Pickard and Deborah Johnson, a premier vocal/piano duo and 2009 Grammy contenders. Shows will be at 2 and 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at Sun Village, 17300 Sun Village Parkway in Surprise.
For the last 19 years, Arizona Baseball Charities has served up a home run pitch to Little League teams across the state to help them achieve their field of dreams as heroes from that shoebox full of old baseball cards come to life.
Here: Laugh with Laurie on Sunday
Here: Laugh with Laurie on Sunday
Fusing folk, jazz, pop and classical styles, Laurence Juber creates a multifaceted performance that belies the use of only one instrument. The former lead guitarist for Paul McCartney's "Wings" and winner of the Best Rock Instrumental Grammy for the track "Rockestra" from the Wings album Back To The Egg, Juber has developed a reputation as a world-class guitar virtuoso solo artist, composer and arranger and was voted No. 1 by Fingerstyle Guitar magazine.