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2015 Stories by Glenn BurnSilver

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  • "Inspirational Journey: The Story of Lewis and Clark, Featuring the Artwork of Charles Fritz"

    published April 9, 2015

    Lewis and Clark’s birch-bark canoe journey from St. Louis to Oregon helped open up the west and inspire future generations to push beyond... More >>

  • Live Art Platform

    published April 9, 2015

    The toughest thing about being a performing artist has to be exploring new works and ideas. Sure, one can perform for friends, but are they... More >>

  • The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other

    published April 9, 2015

    It’s theater where not a word is spoken, yet The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, a one-act play featuring more than 400 characters... More >>

  • "36th Annual Contemporary Crafts"

    published April 2, 2015

    Calling the artists participating in the "36th Annual Contemporary Crafts" exhibition "crafters" would certainly do them injustice. These... More >>

  • Chicago

    published March 26, 2015

    Some theater never gets old — especially when bawdy singing, sultry dancing and a bygone era are in the mix. Such is Chicago, marking... More >>

  • Scottish Highland Games

    published March 19, 2015

    Men, it’s time to get your kilt on and see what you’re made of. We're talking about the annual Scottish Highland Games—a show... More >>

  • "Crumpled, Dented, and Crushed"

    published March 12, 2015

    “Crumpled, Dented, and Crushed” sounds like what happens to your car following a bad accident. This Herberger Theater Art Gallery... More >>

  • Arizona Beer Week - Strong Beer Festival

    published February 12, 2015

    The world’s oldest known fermented fruit-based beverage dates back 9,000 years. Beer is a newer creation, going back only 5,000 years to... More >>

  • Arizona Fine Art Expo

    published February 5, 2015

    The Arizona Fine Art Expo is a lot to absorb, with artists representing 115 different studios. The expo’s goal, according to organizers,... More >>

  • Brewers Bowl

    published January 29, 2015

    Choices, choices… what with the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Super Bowl, and Brewers Bowl all vying for attention; only the inaugural... More >>

  • Lluvia Flamenca

    published January 22, 2015

    One doesn’t have to be immersed in Hispanic culture to love Flamenco dancing. Relished for its expressive movements, rhythmic foot... More >>

  • Dogs' Day in the Garden

    published January 22, 2015

    Rejoice, dog lovers. It’s the one time of the year when the Desert Botanical Garden welcomes our four-legged companions. Yet, this event... More >>

  • "Russian Art and Music Through the Ages"

    published January 15, 2015

    Russian music has a deep and storied history. Promoted by the Russian Orthodox Church, composers used music to extol the joys, but also the... More >>

  • Same Time, Next Year

    published January 8, 2015

    We’ve all had that “what if” moment of wonderment when thinking about past lovers. That moment plays out yearly when former... More >>

  • "Chasing Patterns"

    published January 1, 2015

    Many of Christine Sandifur’s monoprints on display through Sunday, January 4, in the Herberger Theater Gallery look like Persian rugs.... More >>

  • Music Monday

    published January 1, 2015

    “Monday, Monday … Lalala, lala…” Yes, the Mamas and the Papas summed up the feeling of that first day of the week quite... More >>

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