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    Haunt the PHX in Style

    Terror. It's a sensation we know all too well, especially during Halloween. Whether it's getting caught by the po-pos smashing a few dozen pumpkins or waking up on November 1 next to a paramour with a case of coyote ugly worth chawin' your arm of...

    on October 28, 2004
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    Art Scene - A peek at four Valley art exhibits

    Luis Carlos Bernal: "Barrios" at ASU Northlight Gallery: Though Luis Carlos Bernal died in 1993, his images are a timeless legacy. The exhibition of 82 photos, predominantly comprising color images, is a profound documentation of barrio life in the S...

    by Reviews by Gina Cavallo Collins and Amy Young on October 28, 2004
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    Born with a Trunk - Aside from the lead actor, The Elephant Man is one big bore

    Poor Dion Johnson. Surrounded by other "actors," he's nonetheless left all alone to make his way through two acts of The Elephant Man. That he turns in a spectacular performance and walks off with every minute of the show would be more impressive if ...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 21, 2004
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    Last Call - Hang up and shut up at the theatre

    Note to the next person to answer a cell phone call during a theater performance at which I am present: Enjoy your telephone conversation, because it will be your last. I will personally murder you with my bare hands at intermission. If you someho...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 21, 2004
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    Haunt the PHX in Style

    Events and Happenings Wednesday, October 27: A Favored Affar; Catering & Bistro 4016 East Main Street Monster meal deal, with a choice of sandwich, soda and chips for $3.99 (treat included). Deal valid Wednesday, October 27, through Friday, Octobe...

    on October 21, 2004
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    Junior High? - School sucks

    Once upon a time, eighth graders bought pot from classmates and smoked it right on school grounds, with barely a glance over their shoulders. Today, thanks to hyper-conservative "zero tolerance" rules, kids don't dare carry a couple of aspirins to sc...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 14, 2004
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    Studio Visit - The Bukowski Stops Here

    Linda King is digging past a mound of dirty clothes and clutter, into a corner of her bedroom, where the air is stagnant and stale, to find her inspiration. "This is my muse," King declares, followed by a nervous giggle, as she lifts the clay bust...

    by Joe Watson on October 14, 2004
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    Art Scene - Four Phoenix exhibits to watch

    "Harvest" at eye lounge: Fall has arrived, and with it comes a fresh exhibition at eye lounge. Harvest, according to curators Carrie Bloomston and Greg Esser, is focused on both the literal reaping of botanical and horticultural bounty as well as th...

    by Reviews by Gina Cavallo Collins on October 14, 2004
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    Too Close for Comfort - To Yaser with love.

    When the presidential debate rolls into Tempe next week, Yaser Alamoodi, a 27-year-old political science major from Saudi Arabia, almost certainly won't be in attendance. And not just because Arizona State University, which is hosting the event, is l...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 7, 2004
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    Say You Want a Revolution - De Sade directs a play, but whips and chains are more exciting

    The nice folks at the Shakespeare Theatre have had the courage and temerity to attempt playwright Peter Weiss' The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marq...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 7, 2004
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    Wherefore Art Thou, Shakespeare? - A theatre by any other name would be less misleading

    I had a friendly e-mail from Wes Martin the other day. Normally, theater people only write to tell me that I'm profoundly fucked up and need to be fired, but Wes, who's the artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre, was writing to tell me how much...

    by Robrt L. Pela on October 7, 2004
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    Art for prez - Getting Bush-y with local artists

    Sit down with a couple of anti-Bush artist/activists and a pro-Bush children's book author, and you get what you play for: lots of debate about politics, war, and the election, and not so much about artistic motivation or choice of medium. At least E...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 30, 2004
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    Shutter Girl - Kristen Wright straddles the line between subculture and high fashion

    At 5:30 on a Thursday afternoon, photographer Kristen Wright's Tempe home looks like it could belong to any college student. Clothes pile up on a pool table in one room, the TV blares in another, and a tiny pug with a black, spiked collar just took a...

    by Erika Wurst on September 30, 2004
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    Art Scene - Our take on four Valley art exhibits

    "Harvest" at eye lounge: Fall has arrived, and with it comes a fresh exhibition at eye lounge. "Harvest," according to curators Carrie Bloomston and Greg Esser, is focused on both the "literal reaping of botanical and horticultural bounty as well as ...

    by Gina Cavallo Collins on September 30, 2004
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    Liza With a Zzzzz . . . - Phoenix Theatre's re-hash crashes

    What good is sitting alone in your room when you can go watch the folks at Phoenix Theatre flog another famous musical to death? Cabaret is PT's latest awkward attempt to look like a professional theater company without offering anything inventive or...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 23, 2004
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    Losers' Circle - Why the Zonis are "one big circle jerk"

    The world is bursting with people who would just as soon jack off as get laid, so it's no surprise that, for some folks, pretend awards programs are just as valuable as those that actually honor talent and achievement. For people who've spent their w...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 23, 2004
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    Once Bitten - Got Nile?

    Runways during Manhattan's Fashion Week were clogged with gauzy blouses and underskirts made of mosquito netting -- perhaps in preparation for a global version of the West Nile epidemic that's currently doing big business in the Valley. Will Humble, ...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 16, 2004
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    Native Twist - Ryan Singer spins his own slice of life on canvas

    Ryan Singer is a Native American painter, but don't confuse him with R.C. Gorman or some other traditionalist you see hanging in downtown Scottsdale galleries. Toss a hit or two of acid at Gorman, and you're getting close. Singer grew up on the Na...

    by Megan Irwin on September 16, 2004
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    Art Scene - A peek at four Valley art exhibits

    "The Landmine Prints" at Burton Barr Central Library: ASU professor John Risseeuw's unique approach to printmaking includes what he calls "content-specific paper" -- handmade paper composed of materials that relate to the topic of the artwork itself...

    by Gina Cavallo Collins on September 16, 2004
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    Art For Whose Sake? - Dropouts swap frescoes for GEDs.

    Any second now, Phoenix is going to start looking a lot more like Tucson. That is, if County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox and Youth Program Supervisor Jessica Martin have anything to say about it. They're the folks behind Las Artes de Maricopa County,...

    by Robrt L. Pela on September 9, 2004
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