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2010 Stories by Tricia Parker

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  • Paper Tigers

    published June 24, 2010

    Here’s a cool challenge: When the Poisoned Pen presents its 2010 literary conference “I Came Late To … _____, ” the mystery... More >>

  • Paper Tigers

    published June 24, 2010

    Here’s a cool challenge: When the Poisoned Pen presents its 2010 literary conference “I Came Late To … _____, ” the mystery... More >>

  • Paper Tigers

    published June 24, 2010

    Here’s a cool challenge: When the Poisoned Pen presents its 2010 literary conference “I Came Late To … _____, ” the mystery... More >>

  • Happy Feet

    published June 17, 2010

    Anyone who’s ever wriggled into or out of pink tights and a black leotard while somebody’s mother draped a beach towel as an... More >>

  • Pa De Trois

    published June 10, 2010

    Although George Balanchine was accepted into the ballet program at the St. Petersburg Imperial Theater School at age nine, he began playing... More >>

  • Media Maven

    published June 3, 2010

    Angela Cazel-Jahn’s work is diverse. She creates installations, sculptures, murals, and mixes media like nobody’s business. It’s... More >>

  • White Out

    published May 27, 2010

    You see a minimalist painting that is 5 feet by 4 feet of blank, white canvas and you decide to blow bank on it. Yeah, your friends are gonna... More >>

  • Please Illustratre

    published May 20, 2010

    Popular images like Uncle Sam (with his bushy eyebrows and emphatic index finger) or the desperate cockroach screaming “Raid?!” have... More >>

  • Move It

    published May 20, 2010

    Painter Carol Francine Swagel used to spend a lot of time at Lake Pleasant water-skiing with her family. She’s not sure what the lake... More >>

  • Please Illustratre

    published May 13, 2010

    Popular images like Uncle Sam (with his bushy eyebrows and emphatic index finger) or the desperate cockroach screaming “Raid?!” have... More >>

  • Blockbusters

    published May 13, 2010

    A picture is now worth 500 words. At least, that’s the going rate in the heart of downtown Phoenix, a heart represented by ghostwriter... More >>

  • Blockbusters

    published May 6, 2010

    A picture is now worth 500 words. At least, that’s the going rate in the heart of downtown Phoenix, a heart represented by ghostwriter... More >>

  • Greek Out

    published April 29, 2010

    Ancient Greeks celebrated spring in true Dionysian fashion by drinking, dancing, and sacrificing. In fact, those early festivals were often... More >>

  • That's Hot

    published April 22, 2010

    Cruda, mexicana, picante. Whatever you do, don’t – and why would you? – order salsa inglesa. That’s... More >>

  • Growth Potential

    published April 15, 2010

    West side, represent. In 2008, sisters-in-law Christa Esquibel and Emy Porter saw the need for "fresh and local" west of I-17, so they... More >>

  • Art Smart

    published April 8, 2010

    A group of ASU honors painting undergraduates recently founded the group, 2-D Or Not 2-D to foster community, motivation, and service among... More >>

  • Swing Movement

    published March 25, 2010

    In his 1946 essay on Alexander Calder, Jean-Paul Sartre wrote, “A ‘mobile,’ one might say, is a little private celebration, an... More >>

  • Swing Movement

    published March 25, 2010

    In his 1946 essay on Alexander Calder, Jean-Paul Sartre wrote, “A ‘mobile,’ one might say, is a little private celebration, an... More >>

  • Feast of Love

    published March 11, 2010

    If you’re a foodie, you may want to sit down before reading the remainder of this piece. This weekend, the Phoenix Art Museum and... More >>

  • Skinside Out

    published February 25, 2010

    There’s a lot of epidermis showing this month at Lisa Sette Gallery, as two artists take radically different approaches to exploring the... More >>

  • Jazzle Dazzle

    published February 25, 2010

    The weather’s beautiful, but this year, you’re skipping the spa days and 18 holes of golf. Recession guilt, right? Well, do you think... More >>

  • Stare Tactics

    published February 25, 2010

    Where society tells us to look away, Chris Rush’s photorealistic Conté crayon drawings of children and adults with physical and... More >>

  • Talk of the Nation

    published February 18, 2010

    The Heard Museum Guild, a 600-strong volunteer arm of the world-famous museum, has a simple and obvious mission: to educate the public about... More >>

  • Highest Grid

    published February 11, 2010

    Valley dwellers know all too well what it means to live on the grid. Painter, photographer, and printmaker Chuck Close knows, too. He’s... More >>

  • Moment of Ren

    published February 4, 2010

    Hard to believe it’s already been a year since we tore up a turkey leg and took in a jousting match. The end of football season always... More >>

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