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  • So Many Madison Square Gardens, So Little Time

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    So Many Madison Square Gardens, So Little Time

    Someone threw a dead fish at me at Madison Square Garden. It hit me square on top of the head, and my scalp smelled like mackerel for the rest of the night. This didn't happen at the Madison Square Garden that's currently at 118 North Seventh Aven...

    by Robrt L. Pela on May 7, 2009
  • “Divining Nature” Puts Rachel Bess’ Interests in the Darker Side of Life on Display at Perihelion Arts

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    Divining Nature Puts Rachel Bess Interests in the Darker Side of Life on Display at Perihelion Arts

    Society has always been fascinated with the occult. Alchemy was once taught at Harvard. The Victorian era saw the rise of spiritualism and self-professed prophet Edgar Cayce. And today we have John Edwards, Sylvia Brown, and movies such as The Exorci...

    by Wynter Holden on May 7, 2009
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    Margaritaville

    God bless the souls of Don Cenobio Sauza and Jos Mara Guadalupe Cuervo. Why? Because they're the crafty cats who first imported the spirituous concoction known as Tequila to the U.S. from Mexico in the 1870s. Thus, they gave our country one of its ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on April 30, 2009
  • Revenge of a King Is a Thuggish Hamlet

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    Revenge of a King Is a Thuggish Hamlet

    Okay, seriously: I'm too old and too uncool and, frankly, too white to have enjoyed Black Theatre Troupe's Revenge of a King. Herb Newsome's freaked-out retelling of Hamlet was, in a word, annoying. Yo. The only thing I dislike more than Shakespea...

    by Robrt L. Pela on April 30, 2009
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    Margaritaville

    God bless the souls of Don Cenobio Sauza and Jos Mara Guadalupe Cuervo. Why? Because they're the crafty cats who first imported the spirituous concoction known as Tequila to the U.S. from Mexico in the 1870s. Thus, they gave our country one of its ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on April 23, 2009
  • Martha + Mary Throws a Fund-Raising Street Party for ASU Art Museum’s “Open for Business” Exhibit

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    Martha + Mary Throws a Fund-Raising Street Party for ASU Art Museums Open for Business Exhibit

    Hot dogs, cold beer, hot tunes, and cool art -- I can't think of a better way to drift through a mellow April afternoon than eating grilled pups, chewing the fat with artists and raising money for a future exhibition already in the works at ASU Art M...

    by Kathleen Vanesian on April 16, 2009
  • Scottsdale’s SkySong Is One of the Few Phoenix Development Plans That Will Actually See Completion – Too Bad It’s So Ugly

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    Scottsdales SkySong Is One of the Few Phoenix Development Plans That Will Actually See Completion Too Bad Its So Ugly

    I'm always whining about how city planners here appear not to have any real success at continued development; that we're a community continually launching long-term development plans that peter out before they're realized. So you'd think I'd be happy...

    by Robrt L. Pela on April 16, 2009
  • Columbinus Interprets the Columbine Shootings Into Must-See Theater

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    Columbinus Interprets the Columbine Shootings Into Must-See Theater

    When I got home from the theater the other night, I immediately updated my Facebook page. I typed a note to the virtual community that read, "Two things: 1. Go see columbinus at Stray Cat Theatre; 2. Ron May is a genius." This is a theater review,...

    by Robrt L. Pela on April 9, 2009
  • Brian Boner's New Exhibiti at eye lounge Finds Evidence of Adult Failures In Childhood Innocence

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    Brian Boner's New Exhibiti at eye lounge Finds Evidence of Adult Failures In Childhood Innocence

    Infants and toddlers use every method of communication available, from burbles and cries to exaggerated gestures. But as a child learns to speak, the methods lose importance in favor of their newfound knowledge of ABCs. Artist Brian Boner became inte...

    by Wynter Holden on April 2, 2009
  • You May Not Know Fred Guirey, But He Knew Phoenix

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    You May Not Know Fred Guirey, But He Knew Phoenix

    I used to walk past row after row of these weird, pointy-roofed tract homes every day on my way to and from grade school. After I grew up and developed an interest in architecture, someone pointed out that those houses were designed by Ralph Haver. A...

    by Robrt L. Pela on April 2, 2009
  • Buildings Continually Transform in Phoenix, Making It Possible To Send Letters Where You Once Reclined

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    Buildings Continually Transform in Phoenix, Making It Possible To Send Letters Where You Once Reclined

    I went to the furniture store the other day to mail a package. It was weird. Like so many other places in the Valley that aren't what they once were, this furniture store isn't a furniture store anymore. It's a post office. And so I was able to ma...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 19, 2009
  • Rabbit Hole at the Herberger Dumbs Down Death

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    Rabbit Hole at the Herberger Dumbs Down Death

    I kept thinking about John Lennon as I watched Actors Theatre of Phoenix's Rabbit Hole the other night. Specifically, about how Paul McCartney was widely quoted as having said simply, "What a drag!" upon learning that his friend and former collaborat...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 12, 2009
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    The Green Party

    There's a particular word in Irish slang that perfectly sums up the spirit behind St. Patrick's Day: craic. Pronounced "crack," it usually signifies that boisterous good times are afoot, thanks to a merry mix of alcohol, music, and maybe even some de...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 12, 2009
  • The “Robots in Flight” at Scottsdale Civic Center Will Stop at Nothing to Make You Smile

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    The Robots in Flight at Scottsdale Civic Center Will Stop at Nothing to Make You Smile

    When's the last time you had fun? Seriously, when? I'm not talking about the kind of self-conscious "fun" adults have at work parties. Or ironic "fun" grownups have at their book clubs. And certainly not the "fun" we have checking off everything o...

    by Lilia Menconi on March 5, 2009
  • First Christian Church is a Real Frank Lloyd Wright

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    First Christian Church is a Real Frank Lloyd Wright

    I'd always assumed that the peculiar church on Seventh Avenue was a Frank Lloyd Wright knockoff, one of dozens of acclaimed buildings around town that are politely referred to as "homages" because they ape Wright's trademark concrete-and-stone stylin...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 5, 2009
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    The Green Party

    There's a particular word in Irish slang that perfectly sums up the spirit behind St. Patrick's Day: craic. Pronounced "crack," it usually signifies that boisterous good times are afoot, thanks to a merry mix of alcohol, music, and maybe even some de...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 5, 2009
  • Art PHX

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    Art PHX

    After Hours Gallery Russ Haan and Mike Oleskow wanted to put their multimillion-dollar McDowell Road office and living space were to good use. So last fall, the pair transformed the cavernous front suit of the [merz]project-designed structure into t...

    on March 5, 2009
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    Light-Rail Art Stops

    An abundance of public art adorns each of downtown's numerous light-rail stations. New Times art critic Kathleen Vanesian rode them rails and describes her favorites. 12th St. & Washington/12th St. & Jefferson Arizona Quilts Victor Mario Zaballa...

    on March 5, 2009
  • Food PHX

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    Food PHX

    The Breadfruit ? Sens ? PastaBAR ? THE TURF In less than a year, the northeast corner of First Street and Pierce swiftly became downtown's hippest corner for dining, with four new indie eateries. Swing by The Breadfruit for spicy Jamaican food, or i...

    on March 5, 2009
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    Light-Rail Dining Stops

    Jefferson & 12th St. Mrs. White's Golden Rule Caf (classic soul food) 808 E. Jefferson St. 602-262-9256 3rd St. & Washington Pizzeria Bianco (wood-fired pizza, dinner only) 623 E. Adams St. 602-258-8300 pizzeriabianco.com City Baker...

    on March 5, 2009
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