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2014 Stories by Katie Johnson

Archives: 2014 | 2013
  • Write and Wrong

    published December 11, 2014

    Look, that novel isn’t going to write itself. So whether you need someone to light a fire in your soul or under your, well, you know,... More >>

  • Fest Western

    published December 11, 2014

    They grow up so fast. The Phoenix Center for the Arts is already bringing back the Phoenix Festival of the Arts for its third year. For one... More >>

  • The Lawn Haul

    published December 4, 2014

    Get your art and your laughs, too, with S & M Comedy's latest installation of First Friday Comedy at Lawn Gnome Publishing. This free, BYOB... More >>

  • Bragging Rights

    published December 4, 2014

    Do some shopping and some noshing as Bragg's Factory Diner host's a pop-up holiday market. Somethin' to Bragg About will feature a vintage... More >>

  • Bleeping Tom

    published December 4, 2014

    Shopping for private jets online, asking complete strangers about their sexual fetishes, having diarrhea on a daily basis. . . While all of... More >>

  • Pilgrim Pose

    published November 27, 2014

    Look, we’re not going to do the math. But come Thanksgiving dinner, let’s just assume that we’re going to consume more than... More >>

  • Fight or Flea

    published November 27, 2014

    This November we suggest you forgo the Black Friday madness and mark your calendars for the annual Phoenix Flea. The all-day shopping event... More >>

  • The Art of Shopping

    published November 27, 2014

    All your family members agree: This year’s holiday gifts should be less fartsy, more artsy. So instead of heading to the department store... More >>

  • Batter Up

    published November 20, 2014

    If there are two things Tom Kirlin loves, it’s fine art and flapjacks -- hence his ever-expanding Pancakes and Booze Art Show. The... More >>

  • Downtown Dog

    published November 20, 2014

    Grab your yoga mat and head to the Ro2 Lot on Saturday, November 22, when This Could Be PHX hosts an all-levels pop-up yoga class. The free... More >>

  • American Spy

    published November 20, 2014

    Join artists Hasan Elahi, David Gurman, and David Taylor as they converse with curator Claire C. Carter of the Scottsdale Museum of... More >>

  • Meet the Parents

    published November 20, 2014

    From 3 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, November 22, the Mothers Who Write group will present an afternoon reading of poems, prose, and true stories by... More >>

  • American Horror Story

    published November 13, 2014

    Controversy, conspiracy, and corruption are colliding at Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art — and not just because of its current... More >>

  • City Lights

    published November 13, 2014

    On Tuesday, November 18, stop by the Downtown Phoenix Public Market for this month's segment of RadiatePHX. This community-driven event gives... More >>

  • Owl Out

    published November 13, 2014

    Between appearances in magazines around the globe, art auctions abroad, and exhibitions across the country, including the upcoming Art Basel in... More >>

  • Marshall Way

    published November 6, 2014

    Back in May, Scottsdale Public Arts and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art enlisted the help of skateboarding and graffiti artist James... More >>

  • The Hot Chicks

    published November 6, 2014

    When it comes to urban farming, there are plenty of people who give a cluck. So many, in fact, that the Valley Permaculture Alliance has... More >>

  • The Moonwalking Dead

    published October 30, 2014

    Tongue Tied Phoenix is putting on a special Día de Los Muertos dance party. The event, dubbed Dance of the Dead, will feature two dance... More >>

  • Flower Power

    published October 30, 2014

    Thanks to Martha Stewart, Pinterest, and every lifestyle blog from here to Preserve, modern holidays are much more than thyme-stuffed turkeys... More >>

  • Panda Express

    published October 30, 2014

    When award-winning playwright David Mamet decides to ditch the serious stage work for a cosmic comedy, you can bet that mayhem ensues. Revenge... More >>

  • A Walk to Remember

    published October 23, 2014

    The 40th anniversary may mean ruby for the married folk, but for old town Scottsdale it means canvas, ceramics, photographs, and, well, you get... More >>

  • Carpe Dia

    published October 23, 2014

    Dia de los Muertos is making its way back to the East Valley a little early this year. A two-day celebration at Mesa Arts Center will feature... More >>

  • Rabbit, Run

    published October 23, 2014

    When a child loses her favorite toy, it means tears and tantrums. But when a toy loses his owner, it’s a whole other story. Based on the... More >>

  • Wandalust

    published October 16, 2014

    Love or hate her, Wanda Sykes doesn’t give a -- well, you know. Her philosophy of "I'ma Be Me" has been brought on by a life of adversity... More >>

  • Common Core

    published October 16, 2014

    It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s also the time when we tend to put on the most pounds. Lucky for those who like to be... More >>

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