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Arizona Theatre Company announced on Monday, June 29, that its 2015 National Latino Playwrighting Award and goes to Matthew Paul Olmos for his work the living’life of the daughter mira. Olmos will also receive a $1,000 prize. The NPLA&n...
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"Hidden Histories in Latin American Art" When an artist is creating, he or she often includes unintentional content – images or themes that reveal information about the artist’s psyche or environment, or events and movements that will, over time, ...
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If for you "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger" is less a Daft Punk song and more of a personal life motto, then we wouldn't be surprised if you fancy yourself something of an Olympian. Fortunately for those who aren't training to totally crus...
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Slow Roll In the not-so distant past, Phoenix has been decried as one of the nation’s least bicycle friendly cities. But, as one freewheelin’ poet observed, the times they are a changin’. With a Grid Bike Share system now in place, Phoenicians can...
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