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Bar Flies Podcast Now Available on iTunes

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Listen up. Bar Flies — New Times' live reading series held monthly at Valley Bar in downtown Phoenix — is now available on the fly. 

The first three episodes of Bar Flies: The Podcast are ready to be downloaded free on iTunes. We'll release a new episode each month. The first three feature selections from the following shows: "Firsts," "Family Ties," and "The Single Life." 

Stay tuned for the line-up for the June 23 live show, which will be our first-anniversary edition of Bar Flies. Birthday cake will be served. 

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