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    Jeff Kraus' Pacman, Nutella Jar, and Lip Lickin' Flying Pig

    Show us your ink! MARKED is our new series where we ask locals of all ages, professions and backgrounds to roll up their sleeves, pant legs, and so much more to reveal their marks. Here are their stories: Photo by Meg Lewis of The Lucky S...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on October 11, 2010 @ 11:44 am
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    The Crypt Haunted Attractions

    It's finally October, which means two things: grocery stores will probably start playing Christmas music ... and the Valley will finally be taken over by zombies, candy corn and, you guessed it, Haunted Houses. We're on a mission to scout out the be...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Colin Lecher on October 11, 2010 @ 11:00 am
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    Mark Lipczynski Photography 101

    A Mark Lipczynski work ? It's one thing to post your photography online. It's another to thoughtfully dish in detail how a work is captured in a The Daybooks of Edward Weston-esque fashion. Mark Lipczynski does just that in his Photography 101 ...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Steve Jansen on October 11, 2010 @ 9:54 am
  • Sex Sells at Alwun House's "Exotic Art Show"

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    Sex Sells at Alwun House's "Exotic Art Show"

    Brightly colored undraped bosoms. Long, dangly scrotums. Swollen clitorises. If it's February and you're staring at a giant painting of some guy's ass, then you must be at Alwun House. And this must be the venerable institution's annual Exotic Art S...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 3, 2011
  • Modified Arts' "What Goes On and What Takes Place" Puts Process Before Product

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    Modified Arts' "What Goes On and What Takes Place" Puts Process Before Product

    If you still believe in the trite Hollywood myth of the anguished artist -- alone in a cold-water, walk-up garret, frenziedly cranking out masterpieces in a couple of sustained sessions of inspired madness -- you may want to see "What Goes On and Wh...

    by Kathleen Vanesian on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Collections

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    Quick PHX: Collections

    COLLECTOR'S EDITION It's not just stuff. Our collections are a statement we're making about ourselves; a means of saying, "I was here!" when we leave them behind. Our great piles of things -- carnival chalk figurines, vintage Star Wars dolls, c...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Art

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    Quick PHX: Art

    Kooky Krafts The name says it all -- local artist Beatrice Moore's candy-colored shop is a haven for all things kitsch. If you thought pipe cleaners and pom-pom balls were reserved for arts and crafts projects at summer camp, wait 'til you see Moor...

    by Wynter Holden on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Food

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    Quick PHX: Food

    Viet Kitchen On the lookout for a cheap, filling place to grab a bite downtown -- without resorting to fast food? Better start using your noodle. The first Vietnamese restaurant in the heart of the city serves up steaming bowls of pho (rice vermice...

    by Michele Laudig on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Nightlife

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    Quick PHX: Nightlife

    BEER The Lost Leaf
    It's easy to get lost in the bounty of bocks, blondes, and other craft and artisan brews that make up The Lost Leaf's lengthy drink menu. From lagers to lambics -- and dozens of pale ales and pilsners in betwee...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Shopping

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    Quick PHX: Shopping

    Red Hot Robot The home of hipster Japanese collectibles, toys, and books just got a new 16th Street location -- and a new focus. According to owner Jason Kiningham, the new store is shifting from larger toys to smaller collectibles, plus greeting c...

    by Carrie Wheeler on March 3, 2011
  • Quick PHX: Last Page

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    Quick PHX: Last Page

    COURTESY OF THE ARTIST When you were a kid, what did you collect? I loved collecting sports cards. All the statistics on the back of the player cards entranced me, I would memorize and memorize them and just get lost in the numbers. What do you ...

    by New Times on March 3, 2011
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    Quick PHX 2011: Collector's Edition

    Quick PHX contents: "Collections" by Robrt L. Pela "Art" by Wynter Holden "Food" by Michele Laudig "Shopping" by Carrie Wheeler "Nightlife" by Benjamin Leatherman Sebastien Millon: The Artist Speaks

    by New Times staff on March 3, 2011
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    Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend

    Since we don't have leaves that change color, we throw lots of parties. ? Fall Opening Reception @ Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art What does three new art show openings mean? Time for a party, that's what. SMoCA's hosting a night for folks t...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Lilia Menconi on October 8, 2010 @ 6:29 pm
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    Cara Hendrix's Dreamcatcher

    Show us your ink! MARKED is our new series where we ask locals of all ages, professions and backgrounds to roll up their sleeves, pant legs, and so much more to reveal their marks. Here are their stories: Courtesy of Cara Hendrix Name: Car...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on October 8, 2010 @ 5:39 pm
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    Open for Business Launches Tonight at ASU Art Museum

    ? We'll admit: We're kind of nuts about maps, and ASU Art Museum in Tempe just came out with a really good one. It's a guide to Open For Business -- the museum's community-wide installation project -- which kicks off tonight with a free opening ...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on October 8, 2010 @ 5:00 pm
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    Phoenix Fashion Week Kicks Off with a Pink Carpet, Black Leggings and Boob-Holding Buckle Tops

    Phoenix Fashion Week kicked off the first shows for its sixth year at the W hotel in Scottsdale Thursday night. The event, benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure Phoenix, raised funds and awareness to fight breast cancer. Check out some highlights...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Jessica VanZalen on October 8, 2010 @ 4:30 pm
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    Larry Ehrhardt's Vintage Bicycles

    ? Larry Ehrhardt has been in the bicycle business awhile -- since 1958 to be exact, when he was in the fifth grade and his father started Ehrhardt's Schwinn in Tempe. After taking over his father's business, he started selling Schwinns, and now reme...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Colin Lecher on October 8, 2010 @ 3:48 pm
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    Pick The Right Tequila with Tequila Goddess Danielle Griffin of La Hacienda at The Fairmont

    ? Tequila is tricky, and let's face it, we've all had our tequila terror stories: that night your don't remember, the salt burn on your hand, the horrific hangover that leaves you in the fetal position on the cold, hard, bathroom floor until 4 p.m. t...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Hannah E Williams on October 8, 2010 @ 2:33 pm
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    Deborah Sussman Joins ASU Art Museum

    ? Deborah Sussman announced this week that she'll be unpacking a few boxes in Tempe; starting Monday, she'll be joining ASU Art Museum as a public relations specialist. Sussman (who, full disclosure, has freelanced for New Times) was with the...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Claire Lawton on October 8, 2010 @ 1:00 pm
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    The Eagle & The Serpent: A History of Mexico Abridged: Americans Are Too Stupid for New Carpa's New Play

    Guess who?: It's Cantinflas (Ernesto Moncada) and Pancho Villa (Michael Van Liew). Except they didn't really drink together. But it's hard to tell. ? I last studied Mexico in second grade. How about you? Since then, I've learned that an eagle on ...

    @ Jackalope Ranch by Julie Peterson on October 8, 2010 @ 12:00 pm
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Summer is not yet half over, and we are hot and tired and want a chilled beverage. If we must be entertained, we want simple amusements, please, Beckett can wait… More >>

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