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    Grind It Out With Pam

    Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson: Uncensored! (Paramount) This sucker's vulgar -- duh -- but not shocking in the least bit; Sarah Silverman swears, and Courtney Love drinks and smokes . . . who knew? That said, this roast ranks among the me...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 16, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of February 14

    Disney Princess Sing Along Songs, Vol. Three: Perfectly Princess (Buena Vista) Emmanuel's Gift (First Look) The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: The Complete First Three Seasons (Warner Bros.) The Frisco Kid (Warner Bros.) Gimme a Break!: Seaso...

    on February 16, 2006
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    Sucker Punch - Good actors in search of a better script

    The swanky brownstone interior that Black Theatre Troupe scenic designer Michael Jones has created for Knock Me a Kiss is some kind of triumph. Jones' set -- filled with overstuffed furniture; pounds of dark, shiny wood; even an imposing crystal chan...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 9, 2006
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    David Hemphill - Histrionic truth

    David Hemphill is more than just the Black Theatre Troupe's executive director. He's an actor who's been asked to pray during an audition; a singer who occasionally kisses corporate ass; and a director who's told the folks from the Zoni Awards w...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 9, 2006
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    Target Market - Art for the masses

    Joshua Dean Wiley, 34, has become known in local galleries for his serene, high-color landscapes and lively abstracts, and is a mainstay at the weekly Downtown Phoenix Public Market, held Saturday mornings at the southeast corner of Central Avenue an...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 9, 2006
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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Little Mary Sunshine: As ever, Theater Works is courting its Sun City audience with this less-than-hip chestnut that spoofs musical theater. Set in the Rocky Mountains in the early 20th century, this one has villains twisting the ends of their pointy...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 9, 2006
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    X-Man Reunited - There's nothing rusty about Mega Man X's old-school 'bots

    Maybe it's because we're hung up on our past more than ever -- riding a wave of giddy, nonstop nostalgia and absorbing anything that will help recapture the bliss of the good ol' days -- but Capcom's Mega Man X Collection feels more fun than ever. ...

    by Chris Ward on February 9, 2006
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    Clay's the Thing

    Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (DreamWorks) Not since Finding Nemo has there been a movie so easy to recommend for all ages and tastes. But despite having crafted a near-perfect film, directors Nick Park and Steve Box second-guess th...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 9, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of February 7

    Bambi II (Disney) The Batman: The Complete First Season (Warner Bros.) The Best of the Electric Company (Shout!) The Best of Youth (Miramax) The Cary Grant Box Set (Sony) Cte D'Azur (Strand) Daltry Calhoun (Miramax) Doom: Unrate...

    on February 9, 2006
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    Doesn't Compute - Things that make you feel dumb

    If you're not the sort of person who understands very deeply how your iPod downloads and manages all those songs, the work in "southwestNET: techno," a show of technological devices as art at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, will leave you ...

    by Leanne Potts on February 2, 2006
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    Red Meat - Equal time for organs

    The theme of the group show at Herberger Theater Center Gallery is "Sensual Pleasures," so there's lots of red in the pottery, paintings and sculptures on exhibit. Because as we all know, red equals sexy. There are also the requisite nude female form...

    by Leanne Potts on February 2, 2006
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    Art Scene - Current shows, exhibitions and installations

    "Lingerie: Secrets of Elegance" at Phoenix Art Museum: Yep, you read that right. Bras, baby doll nighties, and a sunburst display of girdles are just a gallery over from the paintings of dead white guys in powdered wigs. This fascinating fashion exhi...

    by Leanne Potts on February 2, 2006
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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Kiss of the Spider Woman: Richard Trujillo gives a thrilling performance as Valentin, a puffed-up political prisoner trapped in the tenets of Marxism who, at the start of Manuel Puig's dreamily claustrophobic play, is harshly intolerant of his cellma...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 2, 2006
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    Tae Kwon Ho - Dead, alive, and finally hardcore

    Every fighting game needs a hook to stand out: Mortal Kombat has gore, Soul Calibur has weapons, Def Jam has hip-hop stars. And Dead or Alive? It has boobies. The DOA series -- developed by Tecmo -- made its name with a cast of fighters who loo...

    by Gary Hodges on February 2, 2006
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    Like Star Trek With Worms

    Dune: Extended Edition (Universal) On paper it sounds insane: A mammoth sci-fi epic directed by David Lynch, based on an intensely weird Frank Herbert novel about ecology and giant worms. What resulted was a flop that has yet to be remedied by mul...

    by Robert Wilonsky on February 2, 2006
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    New Times' top DVD picks for the week of January 31

    Benny Hill: Complete and Unadulterated -- The Hill's Angels Years, Set Four (A&E) Billy Graham Presents: Gift Set (Fox) Bubble (Magnolia) Captains Courageous (1937) (Warner Bros.) Drake & Josh Go Hollywood (Paramount) Extreme Comedy Co...

    on February 2, 2006
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    Woman Pleaser - Arachnophilia

    Richard Trujillo may one day give a more thrilling performance than the one I witnessed on opening night of Actors Theatre's production of Kiss of the Spider Woman. If he does, I hope I'm present to see it. I usually find Trujillo's performances stam...

    by Robrt L. Pela on January 26, 2006
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    Theater Scene - What's running now

    Underneath the Lintel: Try though they might, neither actor Christopher Haines, who appears in Glen Berger's one-man one-act, nor Charles St. Clair, its director, can save this sinking ship of a show. Lintel is an exploration of faith that comments...

    by Robrt L. Pela on January 26, 2006
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    Art Scene - Current shows, exhibits, and installations

    "Lingerie: Secrets of Elegance" at Phoenix Art Museum: Yep, you read that right. Bras, baby doll nighties, and a sunburst display of girdles are just a gallery over from the paintings of dead white guys in powdered wigs. This fascinating fashion exh...

    by Leanne Potts on January 26, 2006
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    Exit the Matrix - The Matrix: Path of Neo is more chop suey than chopsocky

    Pop-culture pundits generally fall into two camps: those who think entertainment encourages a nation of knuckle-draggers, and those who say it's actually making us smarter. In the case of Atari's The Matrix: Path of Neo, both sides have a point. ...

    by Luke O'Brien on January 26, 2006
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