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  • St. Patrick's Day Guide 2012

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    St. Patrick's Day Guide 2012

    If you happen to be a musician of a Celtic bent, then this is likely the most wonderful time of the year. Saint Patrick's Day is right around the corner, which means you're probably gonna be busy performing at green-beer-fueled celebrations all over...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on March 15, 2012
  • Art Finds Its Scientific Roots at Xavier College Prep

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    Art Finds Its Scientific Roots at Xavier College Prep

    Math, in its root word form, simply means "learning." A polymath is a person who excels at or is learned in many fields or subjects. We call these people Renaissance men, after polymathic rock star Leonardo da Vinci. Of course, there are many others...

    by Tricia Parker on March 8, 2012
  • St. Patrick's Day Guide 2012

    Article

    St. Patrick's Day Guide 2012

    If you happen to be a musician of a Celtic bent, then this is likely the most wonderful time of the year. Saint Patrick's Day is right around the corner, which means you're probably gonna be busy performing at green-beer-fueled celebrations all over...

    on March 8, 2012
  • Mural Obligation: Preserving Art and Building Community

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    Mural Obligation: Preserving Art and Building Community

    If you drive on 16th Street in Central Phoenix, you might notice a few coats of fresh paint on sections of the Mercer Mortuary building, at 1541 East Thomas Road. The mural originally was painted in 1998 by the late Rose Johnson and a group of st...

    by Claire Lawton on March 1, 2012
  • Amusement

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    Amusement

    JUST THE TICKET Downtown is packed with tiny, sometimes dicey venues for new and offbeat theater, hosting shows that'll amaze, amuse, confuse, and transform you. From eye-popping spectacle to refreshingly offensive filth to philosophical posturin...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Art

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    Art

    WALLPAPER Thanks to a handful of creatives, street art is on the rise in Phoenix. In the past few years, we've seen hearts pasted, mural projects started, huge dripping landscapes painted, and stencils galore mark the sidewalks and corners of the...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Food

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    Food

    TAKE IT AWAY So you're more paper plate than gourmet china? There's a wide variety of places downtown to grab a quick bite to-go. That's a Wrap has some of the best wraps you'll ever get your hands around, including the Prince of Thai and Veggie ...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Shopping

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    Shopping

    PAPER CHASE If you are a lover of paper goods, Frances is a pleasantly satisfying place to stop. From adorable, small-press paper goods -- think notebooks, journals, stationery, packs of thank-you notes -- to a handpicked selection of clever card...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • QuickPHX 2012: Paper, Not Plastic

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    QuickPHX 2012: Paper, Not Plastic

    Your guide to visual inspiration, culinary delights, retail therapy, and after-dark hot spots. Quick PHX contents: Paper Art Shopping Food Amusement

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Paper

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    Paper

    PRINT IMPRESS Ruben Gonzales built most of his store by hand. The Arizona native grew up B-boying, or breakdancing, and creating street art in Tolleson but moved to Phoenix four years ago to give his design work a go in the big(ger) city. He's ...

    by New Times staff on March 1, 2012
  • Desert Stages Theatre Does McDonagh's The Pillowman

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    Desert Stages Theatre Does McDonagh's The Pillowman

    Desert Stages Theatre artistic director Terry Helland clearly is mad. Onto the tiny black box stage of his Actor's Caf, he continues to wedge dark, offbeat plays that no doubt strike terror in the hearts of the mainstream theatergoers who turn up i...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 23, 2012
  • ASU Art Museum's Social Studies Project Unveils "Miracle Report"

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    ASU Art Museum's Social Studies Project Unveils "Miracle Report"

    Miracles are close at hand in Julianne Swartz and Ken Landauer's "Miracle Report," the eighth of ASU Art Museum's Social Studies Projects. The pair spent a month-long residency at the museum asking strangers, "Have you experienced something miraculo...

    by Sativa Peterson on February 16, 2012
  • Razing Arizona: Where Architecture Sometimes Takes a Backseat

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    Razing Arizona: Where Architecture Sometimes Takes a Backseat

    Arizona is exactly twice my age. Both born in February, we've had a complicated relationship for most of my 50 years. The state has offered me mild desert winters and comparatively low property taxes but won't allow me to legally wed my spouse of 15...

    by Robrt L. Pela on February 9, 2012
  • "The Boneyard Project" Lands in Tucson's Pima Air & Space Museum

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    "The Boneyard Project" Lands in Tucson's Pima Air & Space Museum

    If you're looking for the latest work by a few of the biggest international names in street and contemporary art, don't bother looking at the walls. Instead, look south, down Interstate 10 past Tucson. It's there, in the "boneyard" of retired aircra...

    by Claire Lawton on January 26, 2012
  • Wonky Architecture Stands Out Against the Bland

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    Wonky Architecture Stands Out Against the Bland

    One of the holiday gifts I received this year was a sweatshirt printed with the slogan "I Phoenix," which was intended, by the gift-giver, as irony. I'm still trying, after a half-century, to truly love our town. It's a lot easier than it once was -...

    by Robrt L. Pela on January 19, 2012
  • Art That Makes This City So Irresistible

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    Art That Makes This City So Irresistible

    I made only one real attempt to leave Phoenix. Growing up here meant I was used to the grid system (and getting lost in the grid system), tired of the mountains and sunsets, and in no way capable of parallel parking. Ultimately, my young and wide-ey...

    by Claire Lawton on January 19, 2012
  • The Valley's Dining Scene Has Plenty to Love

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    The Valley's Dining Scene Has Plenty to Love

    I eat a lot. Specifically, I eat a lot in Phoenix. So it wasn't easy to narrow my list, but after much mastication and consideration, here are my top five reasons to love the Phoenix food scene. When you've finished digesting them, go out and find s...

    by Laura Hahnefeld on January 19, 2012
  • Snapshots of a City, and New-Found Love for a Hometown

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    Snapshots of a City, and New-Found Love for a Hometown

    I've never been much for book clubs or New Year's resolutions. Invite me to your book club meeting and tell me we're reading Ann Patchett's latest novel, and even if I've had that book sitting on my nightstand for months -- even if I'm already ha...

    by Amy Silverman on January 19, 2012
  • When the Sun Goes Down, Valley Nightlife Lights Up

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    When the Sun Goes Down, Valley Nightlife Lights Up

    There are plenty of things to love about Phoenix after the sun goes down, like world-class DJs dropping crackalackin' cuts in abundance, swank music venues springing up outta nowhere, and time-saving gems like those zazzy golf carts in Scottsdale. H...

    by Benjamin Leatherman on January 19, 2012
  • Mesa's Fiesta District Hops on the Unfortunate "Re-Branding" Trend

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    Mesa's Fiesta District Hops on the Unfortunate "Re-Branding" Trend

    I like downtown Mesa. Every time I return from there, I have the same thought: Cool. I like the ma-and-pa book shops and antique stores and cafes, all the nice, tidy old strip malls that, rather than being repurposed or reconfigured, are simply stil...

    by Robrt L. Pela on January 19, 2012
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