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    End Times - It's the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine

    I was walking out of Trader Joe's last week when an extra-smiley man in a tie-dyed dashiki stepped in front of me. "Would you like to invite Jesus into your life to be your Savior and Lord?" he asked, beaming maniacally. "Actually, no," I replied....

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 27, 2005
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    Suburban Pall - Unfinished symphonies

    Colin Chillag's paintings at Modified Arts make you feel like you've seen them before, in an earlier life. The one of a grandmotherly woman holding a baby is eerily familiar, as is the one of the middle-aged couple standing in front of an elaborat...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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    Snap Shots - Contemporary sampler platter

    Some superstars of photography come together in a fascinating exhibition of photographs at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. "Private Pictures: Photography From Arizona Collections" features work by classic shooters like Edward Steichen,...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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    Trails to Terror - Welcome to Creepy Town

    You feel the chill in the air, that spooky tingle at the base of your spine, the growing sense of dread in the pit of your stomach. You know it's coming, and your ass had better be prepared. We're not talking about yet another numbskull Adam Sandler ...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on October 27, 2005
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    Art Scene - Current shows

    Stella Lai at ASU Art Museum: Lai's deceptively pretty paintings are about how ugly it is to be a woman or an animal in her native Hong Kong. Sad yellow chicken carcasses and plump pink pork chops morph into faceless silhouettes of swimsuit-clad wome...

    by Leanne Potts on October 27, 2005
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    Puppy Love - Nintendogs' charm will win over the most jaded of gamers

    It's ugly to watch a grown man gush over a puppy. The kissing. The cooing. The "widdle-doggie" talk. Embarrassing stuff. So it was with trepidation that I approached Nintendogs, the cuddly dog-rearing sim for Nintendo DS. A million and a half peop...

    by Luke O'Brien on October 20, 2005
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    Cape of Good Hope

    Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 (Warner Home Video) There's good reason to be skeptical of an eight-disc Batman set that forces you to buy the campy Joel Schumacher movies (Batman Forever, its title a veiled threat, and Batman & Rob...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 20, 2005
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of October 18

    The Adventures of Superman: The Complete First Season (Warner Bros.) American Movie Musicals Collection (Columbia/Tristar) Batman Begins (Warner Bros.) Bruce Lee: Ultimate Collection (Fox) The Care Bears: Big Wish Movie (Lions Gate) Th...

    on October 20, 2005
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    Private High - Toking up with Grandma

    There's a message folded into Armentine Duryea's The Sun City Cannabis Club, a self-published murder mystery suspense novel about a drunken granny who stumbles onto a medical marijuana ring in Wrinkle Town. That message, wedged craftily into scenes i...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 20, 2005
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    Austen Powers - The marriage of true minds

    It helps to love good acting and the writing of Jane Austen in order to really appreciate Arizona Theatre Company's lush, immaculate production of Pride and Prejudice. This practically flawless adaptation, crammed as it is with wonderful acting and g...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 20, 2005
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    Dianne J. Winslow, Dialect Coach - Accent? What accent?

    Actors far and wide owe some kind of debt to dialect coach Dianne J. Winslow, who teaches them how to say what they say when there's a an accent involved. Winslow's talents can be heard in Arizona Theatre Company's Pride and Prejudice at the Herberge...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 20, 2005
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    Trails to Terror - A terrifying bag o' fun

    You feel the chill in the air, that ooky tingle at the base of your spine, the growing sense of dread in the pit of your stomach. You know it's coming, and your ass had better be prepared. We're not talking about yet another numbskull Adam Sandle...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on October 20, 2005
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    Why We Need DVDs

    Arrested Development: Season Two (Fox Home Entertainment) The best show on TV -- which you'd know, if you actually watched the thing -- also serves as one of the best reasons for the existence of DVD: No show has ever rewarded multiple viewings th...

    on October 13, 2005
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    Prophecy Not Fulfilled - Creepy fun, but fails to live up to the hype

    Waking from a trance, you find yourself in the restroom of a diner. You just stabbed a complete stranger to death as he urinated. Blood is on everything -- including you. And to make matters worse, a police officer is sitting outside, drinking coffee...

    by Gary Hodges on October 13, 2005
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of October 11

    Alicia Keys: Unplugged (J) Audioslave: Live in Cuba (Sony Music) The Best of the Chris Rock Show: Volumes 1 and 2 (Warner Bros.) Bomb the System (UMVD) The Bridge of San Luis Rey (Warner Bros.) The Dresden Dolls: Paradise (Fontana) ...

    on October 13, 2005
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    All's Wyatt on the Western Front - Earp. Excuse me

    In the bad old days, Wyatt Earp was -- depending on whom you asked -- a famed lawman or a rascally bandit. Today he's a brand of coffee and a steak sauce and a slew of Web sites (most prominently wyattearp.biz) and, in most parts of the world on any ...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 13, 2005
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    What's It All About, Alfie? - Boys gone Wilde

    There are so many reasons Desert Stages Theatre's production of A Man of No Importance shouldn't work: the cramped quarters of the company's Actor's Caf space, into which this odd musical has been squeezed; the mostly amateur cast; an unusual, time-...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 13, 2005
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    How to Be an Actor in Five Easy Steps - Or just look like one

    1. Start out as a more-than-slightly neurotic child, perhaps with a nervous tic or a speech impediment -- or at least as a kid whose parents are divorcing. Having an emotionally distant father and/or alcoholic mother is helpful, too. Homosexuality i...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 13, 2005
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    Called on the Red Carpet - Lisa Murray, Lotion Queen

    The road to stardom may be paved with some kind of intentions, but Lisa Murray's was slick with hand lotion. The Scottsdale publisher's assistant is now Hollywood-bound, thanks in good part to her recent win on Entertainment Tonight's "Caress Confida...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 6, 2005
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    Out of the Box - On seeing and healing

    Sue Chenoweth, 52, starts at one small place, and ends up with painfully intricate paintings that chase through the psyche and surprise even her. The lifelong Phoenician paints in a big, bright studio at Metropolitan Arts Institute (a.k.a. Metro Arts...

    by Amy Silverman on October 6, 2005
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