Top Five Phoenix Arts and Culture Stories of the Week
If Bob Ross were alive today, he'd be painting happy little trees all over the place in ecstatic fervor for all the arts and culture happenings in Phoenix. To help you see the forest for the trees, here's a recap of the top arts and culture stories of the week.
The annual event recognizes emerging Arizona artists with $1,500 grants to purchase materials and one mid-career artist with $5,000 plus a special exhibition of his or her work alongside past award winners.
Fresh out of the gun show/NRA Convention comes good news for every gun-toting woman with a need to keep her business under wraps.
Introducing the Flashbang.
Available for purchase (for a cool $39.95) on the NRA website, the Flashbang joins the ranks of Thunderwear and is designed to attach the the middle of the bra and clip on just under the under-wire.
When members of the college-aged party brigade or recent ASU grads looking to celebrate their milestone stroll into Gringo Star Street Bar, they'll encounter a few things that are a bit foreign to the Mill Avenue nightlife scene. Namely, arcade games, skeeball, and street art.
Gringo Star, which officially opened to public consumption last week, boasts all three of these in abundance, and Jackalope Ranch was allowed a sneak peek at the place on Wednesday during its soft opening.
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