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  • Los Dias de la Crescent: Day 2, 5/18/13
    Los Dias de la Crescent 2013 is defined by what's local -- the music, the beer, the food, the fans. This year's schedule looks like a tightened-up version of last year's format -- and it somehow finds a way to bring "Stairway to Heaven" into a celebration of Arizona music in the process. See...
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  • Los Dias de la Crescent: Day 1, 5/17/13
    Los Dias de la Crescent 2013 is defined by what's local -- the music, the beer, the food, the fans. This year's schedule looks like a tightened-up version of last year's format -- and it somehow finds a way to bring "Stairway to Heaven" into a celebration of Arizona music in the process. Day 1...
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  • Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley - Desert Sky Pavilion, 5/16/13
    For me, the night the Desert Sky Pavilion (or whatever else it's called, from year to year) opens its gates for the first show of the season marks the beginning of summer. And the 2013 summer concert season kicked off with some red-blooded American country music -- Miranda Lambert and Dierks...
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  • The McCain Show: Arizona Senator John McCain Hits the Road
    Arizona's senior senator has been on the road lately in the Grand Canyon State, at places like Oro Valley and Sun Lakes, where the old outnumber the young. Staff writer Stephen Lemons attended one such town hall meeting recently and got a chance to ask McCain a few questions he didn't seem all...
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  • Club Candids: Devil's Advocate, 5/11/13
    Devil's Advocate was full of ASU pride on Saturday, May 11, as students and alumni played pool, socialized, and partook in drink specials, which included $3 you call its. The DJs played contemporary hip hop all night, giving patrons ample opportunity to groove to Mackelmore and Usher. Photos by...
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  • Colors and Bubbles Galore at the Phoenix Bubble Run
    Runners sprinted, walked, and danced through fountains of colored bubbles at the Bubble Run in Phoenix this Saturday, May 11, 2013. Pink, yellow, blue, and green bubbles flowed from stations sporting witty names such as "Ring, Ring...Yell-o!" and the not-so-witty, "Feeling Blue? Nope!"Photos...
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  • Neon Splash Dash at Salt River Fields
    Runners, walkers, and everyone in between celebrated the accomplishment of finishing a 5k at the Neon Splash Dash by sipping on cocktails and dancing to top 40 hits. The athletes were covered head to toe with glowing water, and some had fun with this by treating the blacklight-friendly hues as...
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  • Arcadia Edible Garden Tour in Downtown Phoenix
    Casual gardeners, organic enthusiasts, and quite a few of Mother's Day duos made their way to the Arcadia Edible Garden Tour this past weekend. From 9 to 1 p.m. on Saturday visitors, explored the outdoor works of nine, green neighborhood homes including Sweet Life Garden, Larry's Livin' the...
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  • Controllers and Canvas 2.0 Celebrates Video Games
    Cosplayers, artists and fans alike gathered at Bookmans Entertainment Exchange in Mesa, Arizona for Controllers and Canvas 2.0, an event that celebrated the art behind video games. Photos by Diana Lustig
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  • Jimmy Eat World @ Paramount Theatre in Casa Grande, 5/9/13
    Jimmy Eat World's Arizona tour is excellent news for local fans of the band. The group is now more than halfway through its tour, which stops by smaller towns like Yuma, Flagstaff, and Sierra Vista. The remaining tour dates are sold out, but given the intimacy of last night's show, buying a...
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  • Ratt & Dokken @ Celebrity Theatre, 5/9/13
    The 1980s paid a visit to the Celebrity Theatre last night when hair metal rockers Ratt and Dokken paid a visit to the valley for a night that was full of aquanet-infused anthems. Dokken might be one of the most underrated bands of the 80s alumni. Their first 4 releases, including the gritty...
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  • Skyline Type Foundry's Sky Shipley is on a Mission to Keep Letterpress Alive
    Letterpress — imprinting paper with freshly inked letters, words, and symbols — was abandoned decades ago by publishers and newspapers in favor of modern technology, but a small community of typecasters and printers, including Sky Shipley, are fighting for its survival. See also: -...
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