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  • Over the weekend

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    Over the weekend

    Many of you probably ventured forth to Austin for SXSW this weekend. On the off chance you chose to stick a little closer to home rather than rocking out on Sixth Street, you may have attended... 2nd Annual AZ Salsa Festival at The Venue of Scot...

    by Jonathan McNamara on March 13, 2008
  • Art PHX

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    Art PHX

    The multicolored building that houses .anti_space may look like a LifeSavers roll on crack, but that's only because it provides a sweet selection of artistic efforts scattered among its seven different galleries and boutiques. Whether it's the surrea...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Design PHX

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    Design PHX

    Completed in 1928, the Historic City Hall (not to be confused with the amazing, futuristic, starburst-adorned new City Hall on West Washington Street) combines Moderne, Art Deco, Spanish Colonial Revival, and Renaissance influences in a stunning edif...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Final PHX

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    Final PHX

    Gary Parsel digs old-school Phoenix so much that he's spent the past decade depicting the city's vintage houses and buildings in hundreds of acrylic paintings as a way to "capture its history and character before it disappears." We asked for some of ...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Food PHX

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    Food PHX

    We're suckers for Durant's swanky, old-school vibe, from the kitchen entrance in the back (which makes us feel like members of a secret club) to the polished service to that lipstick-red velvet wallpaper. And there's something about a juicy steak and...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Shop PHX

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    Shop PHX

    The name Vintage Solutions says it all: This collection of cool stuff from the past really does offer solutions to such quandaries as, "What to get the kitsch collector who has everything?" or "Where can I find a dead-mint dining set from the '60s?" ...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Night PHX

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    Night PHX

    If nothing else, the British know how to tie one on. So it's only fitting that the Britannia-themed Rose & Crown is stocked with enough brews and booze to keep any Englishman or Anglophile happy (and properly soused). The usual pints of Newcastle, Te...

    on March 6, 2008
  • Into the Wild, the movie The Oscars forgot

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    Into the Wild, the movie The Oscars forgot

    Into the Wild (Paramount) Sean Penn waited a good decade before adapting Jon Krakauer's book about Chris McCandless, who graduated college in 1990, then disappeared into the American unknown, re-emerging as Alexander Supertramp before his final, ...

    by Jordan Harper on March 6, 2008
  • Run and gun without the fun in Sega's The Club

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    Run and gun without the fun in Sega's The Club

    To all the gun-toting video-game bad guys out there: Please stop standing next to exploding barrels. Seriously now. Of the hundreds of places you could squat and shoot, you and your henchman pals always camp beside the neon-orange canister with "Fla...

    by Chris Ward on March 6, 2008
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    New Times' top DVD picks scheduled for release this week

    Archie's Funhouse: The Complete Series (Classic Media) Army of the Dead (Maverick) Arranged (Film Movement) Ben 10: The Complete Season 3 (Turner) Billy Wilder Film Collection (MGM) Dead Moon Rising (Anthem) Half Moon (Strand) Lo...

    on March 6, 2008
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    St. Patrick's Day Guide

    The word on the street is that Phoenix is gonna be going green, but it's got nothing to do with Al Gore. It's because the groovy Gaelic get-down known as St. Patrick's Day is about to strike the PHX, with everyone in Apache Junction to Avondale getti...

    on March 6, 2008
  • A suburbanite-friendly guide to downtown Phoenix

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    A suburbanite-friendly guide to downtown Phoenix

    It's that time of year again. People who normally never travel south of Camelback will be heading downtown for Art Detour, where they'll ogle art and artists in a tour of galleries and work studios; a subdivision-free milieu that many suburbanites co...

    by Robrt L. Pela on March 6, 2008
  • Put the "tour" back into Art Detour with this list of must-see galleries

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    Put the "tour" back into Art Detour with this list of must-see galleries

    This past week, you may have noticed a surge of bleary-eyed, artsy individuals grabbing their caffeine fix from downtown coffee shops before noon. That can mean only one thing: Art Detour. The gigantic, weekend-long extravaganza comes once a year and...

    by Lilia Menconi on March 6, 2008
  • Smash Bros. Brawl and the biggest game tournament ever - Fans of Nintendo's popular fighting series waited for hours to get this game

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    Smash Bros. Brawl and the biggest game tournament ever - Fans of Nintendo's popular fighting series waited for hours to get this game

    If the round, pink fluff of softness that is Kirby gives you nightmare visions of cuddly ponies and cute little bears, you'll be pleased to hear that the freshly released Super Smash Bros. Brawl gives you the chance to pummel the cuteness out of this...

    by V'Ming Chew on March 6, 2008
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    Over the weekend - All the gigs, parties and events you may have missed

    Weekend adventures got underway on Friday, March 7, with a simultaneous Art Detour 2008 and First Friday explosion on the streets of Phoenix. If you missed the detour, check out the slide show. Also on Friday, you may have missed several MLB play...

    by Jonathan McNamara on March 6, 2008
  • Hollywood needs to unlearn what it's learned about Latinos

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    Hollywood needs to unlearn what it's learned about Latinos

    [Fade up from black] I'm running through Sky Harbor Airport. I drop my suitcases. Tense music pounds. Quick shots cut from uniformed guards dodging women and children on their way to Hawaii. Cut to me, cornered in Terminal 4. Guns draw. My hands g...

    by Marcos Najera on February 28, 2008
  • Justice League: The New Frontier is a cartoon strictly for Mom and Dad

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    Justice League: The New Frontier is a cartoon strictly for Mom and Dad

    Justice League: The New Frontier (Warner Bros.) Based on Darwyn Cooke's comic-book miniseries -- a masterpiece starring all of DC Comics' major-leaguers at the dawn of their immortality during the Cold War -- this animated adaptation plays stronger...

    by Jordan Harper on February 28, 2008
  • Words get in the way of an otherwise stellar Lost Odyssey

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    Words get in the way of an otherwise stellar Lost Odyssey

    Words get in the way of an otherwise stellar Lost Odyssey. Lost Odyssey wants to be Microsoft's answer to Final Fantasy -- not that that's such a good idea. Like Star Wars, Final Fantasy survives as a power brand thanks to the shining stars of its...

    by Gary Hodges on February 28, 2008
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    New Times' top DVD picks scheduled for release this week

    Barbie: Mariposa and Her Butterfly Friends (Universal) Comanche Moon (Sony) Day Zero (First Look) Extras: The Extra Special Series Finale (HBO) Family Affair: Season Five (MPI) The Fugitive: Season One, Volume Two (Paramount) Goya's...

    on February 28, 2008
  • Reviews and previews of what's on Valley stages now

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    Reviews and previews of what's on Valley stages now

    Kissing: Here's proof that tiny Theatre Artists Studio is a force to be reckoned with: Their latest production stars Bob Sorenson, one of the few New York stage "stars" Phoenix can claim. Sorenson, fresh from his run in Arizona Theatre Company's The ...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 28, 2008
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