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    Actors Theatre's Next Fall -- Not Their Last, We Hope

    Robert Kolby Harper and David Dickinson make talking about sin very interesting in Next Fall. ? Okay, so it was on the Cracked website, but nevertheless, science is discovering that reason is as specious and arbitrary as anything else created by t...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Julie Peterson on November 3, 2011 @ 2:15 pm
  • Mural Obligation: Preserving Art and Building Community

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    Mural Obligation: Preserving Art and Building Community

    If you drive on 16th Street in Central Phoenix, you might notice a few coats of fresh paint on sections of the Mercer Mortuary building, at 1541 East Thomas Road. The mural originally was painted in 1998 by the late Rose Johnson and a group of st...

    by Claire Lawton on March 1, 2012
  • Amusement

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    Amusement

    JUST THE TICKET Downtown is packed with tiny, sometimes dicey venues for new and offbeat theater, hosting shows that'll amaze, amuse, confuse, and transform you. From eye-popping spectacle to refreshingly offensive filth to philosophical posturin...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Art

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    Art

    WALLPAPER Thanks to a handful of creatives, street art is on the rise in Phoenix. In the past few years, we've seen hearts pasted, mural projects started, huge dripping landscapes painted, and stencils galore mark the sidewalks and corners of the...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Food

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    Food

    TAKE IT AWAY So you're more paper plate than gourmet china? There's a wide variety of places downtown to grab a quick bite to-go. That's a Wrap has some of the best wraps you'll ever get your hands around, including the Prince of Thai and Veggie ...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Shopping

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    Shopping

    PAPER CHASE If you are a lover of paper goods, Frances is a pleasantly satisfying place to stop. From adorable, small-press paper goods -- think notebooks, journals, stationery, packs of thank-you notes -- to a handpicked selection of clever card...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Paper

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    Paper

    PRINT IMPRESS Ruben Gonzales built most of his store by hand. The Arizona native grew up B-boying, or breakdancing, and creating street art in Tolleson but moved to Phoenix four years ago to give his design work a go in the big(ger) city. He's ...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • QuickPHX 2012: Paper, Not Plastic

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    QuickPHX 2012: Paper, Not Plastic

    Your guide to visual inspiration, culinary delights, retail therapy, and after-dark hot spots. Quick PHX contents: Paper Art Shopping Food Amusement

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Article

    A Night Out w/ Sean Watson

    ? Sean Watson is a veteran local DJ, dance party initiator, and all-around lovable lad. As one of the Valley's most reputable DJs, Watson doesn't just know how to get a party started with the jams he spins; his animated enthusiasm, fun-loving energ...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Nicole Smith on November 3, 2011 @ 1:08 pm
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    Shine: Your Pocket Guide to Scottsdale

    ? ?It's all about flashing lights as Scottsdale welcomes a few new clubs, bars, and galleries and gears up for its holiday season. If you're headed in the direction, need a few spots to check out after a show, or are just looking for a...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 3, 2011 @ 12:00 pm
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    Antique Trove: Hidden Design Treasures in South Scottsdale

    ? Antique Trove is a junk drawer of vintage goods. The 23,000-square-foot haven of forgotten furniture and once-loved knickknacks is crowded with weird inventory from more than 140 vendors. It's easy to get lost (and even easier to find something...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Jessica Testa on November 3, 2011 @ 11:00 am
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    Five Local Lectures That'll Stretch Your Brain in November

    ? Given: The Valley's most notable (and mocked) institution of higher education gets a bad rap as a party school for beer-bonging bros and their bleach-blond female counterparts. And if you've been fooled by the mockery on The Daily Show or the missp...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Becky Bartkowski on November 3, 2011 @ 10:00 am
  • Article

    Spotted: Night Riding with State Bicycle Co.

    State Bicycle Co. - Night Riders (full edition) from State Bicycle Co. on Vimeo. The two-wheeled adrenaline junkies at State Bicycle Co. took to the streets over the weekend, in very-timely, spooky garb. The local bicycle company's known for dr...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 3, 2011 @ 9:00 am
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    Cult Classics and Zia Records Present a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Party at the Royale

    ? If you can stomach three hours of unlimited ice cream, pizza, and the kickass moves of four turtles who happen to be underage ninjas, you're invited to The Royale on November 18. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan-fest, hosted by Cul...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 3, 2011 @ 8:00 am
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    Occupy The Game

    One new idea for every day in 2011. We're talking big, small, local, international, in action, and on the drawing board. Here's today's -- what's yours? http://www.occupythegame.com/occupy_the_game/ If you packed your bags and headed h...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 3, 2011 @ 7:00 am
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    Carol Panaro-Smith and Josie Cirincione Host an Ephemera Crawl on Seventh Avenue

    ? To the guaranteed glee of antique hoarders everywhere, Art Intersection's Carol Panaro-Smith and Josie Cirincione are going on an afternoon of local antiquing -- and they'd like to take you along. "Vintage ephemera and found objects are a great...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 2, 2011 @ 2:26 pm
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    The Five Most Miserable-Looking Animals at the Arizona State Fair

    ? It seems like many of the animals on display every year at the Arizona State Fair are a bit, well, uncomfortable in their tiny cages and cramped habitats. While livestock and animals are as much a part of the fair as greasy eats and thrill rides,...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Benjamin Leatherman on November 2, 2011 @ 1:00 pm
  • Article

    Tower Heist: Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller's Crime Comedy for the 99 Percent

    ?There's a moment at the beginning of Tower Heist, the new comedy opening Friday by director Brett Ratner (the Rush Hour series), when you can almost forget years of Eddie Murphy's career. Murphy stands on the sidewalk taunting Ben Stiller as he p...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Amanda Kehrberg on November 2, 2011 @ 11:44 am
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    David Quan's Silly Map (of Phoenix)

    ? ? This month, Jackalope Ranch opened its first curated exhibition, You Are Here: A Collection of Maps of Phoenix, at Regular Gallery. While you still have a chance to check out the show, which will be up until November 12, we'll give you a little...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on November 2, 2011 @ 11:09 am
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    Cycle: Cruising the Scottsdale Greenbelt

    The Scottsdale Greenbelt multiuse path winds through miles of green spaces including Vista Del Camino Park. ? For the majority of the mid-twentieth century, the City of Scottsdale was bisected by floods that channeled along the Indian Bend wash. W...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Jason Franz on November 2, 2011 @ 9:01 am
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