Corona choir’s first concert of year Sept. 27

Music lovers will get their chance to take in the first concert of the year Sept. 27 when the Corona choir, led by director Greg Hebert, takes to the stage.

Free concert Sept. 30 as part of ongoing series

King of Glory Lutheran Church will host a free concert from 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, as part of its ongoing concert series.

Fine acting in ‘White Boy’ leads to a touching finale

A real-life inner city Baltimore teen named Richie Merritt plays the title role in this strange true-crime period piece.

With ‘Kin,’ Franco locks up his cinematic standing among all-time most creepy freaks

It's flown a bit under the radar, but this odd, gritty little tale is not without merit. It's set in the economic wastes of...

Ant-Man’s antics serve up hilarious moments in pursuit of biting comedy

Conspicuously absent from the cosmic struggles of April’s Avengers: Infinity War was AntMan.

Classic ’42nd Street’ coming to Tempe stage

Some directors, speaking to an inexperienced young actress just before she goes on in a lead role for the first time, might say something like, “Hey, go out there and have fun, you’ll be fine.”

Silly plot doesn’t take the shine from latest in Ocean’s series

The Ocean this time is Debbie, sister of Danny Ocean. Just paroled, Debbie, played by Sandra Bullock, starts assembling a crew for a modest little heist: The Met Gala in Manhattan.

Epic film redux ‘a rambling, rollicking space opera’

Millennium Falcon picks Tempe for a comeback landing.

Rising country-pop singer makes a new home in the Valley

Whitney Fenimore has been watched by 15 million pairs of eyeballs on national television. She’s sung in front of Jennifer Hudson and Blake Shelton. She got to hear Adam Levine from Maroon 5 call her voice “powerful” in front of a studio audience.

For jazz notable, venture is ‘a hobby on steroids’

Lakeshore Music, Inc., not only presents world-class jazz programming at the TCA, but also provides innovative workshops and master class opportunities for promising middle and high school music students throughout the community.