"Magick, Mystery, Mayhem"

There’s a lot of buzz about Roosevelt Street between Central Avenue and Seventh Street in Phoenix. That section of the Evans-Churchill Neighborhood, one of the more walkable parts of the city with its swell of art venues, local restaurants, bars, and indie businesses, is in another cycle of developers wanting to move in to make a buck.

Well, all hail The Firehouse Gallery, the foremost bastion of art and renegade fun and weirdness at 1015 North First Street, for fighting the good fight to keep Phoenix funky. The opening reception for their latest exhibition, “Magick, Mystery, Mayhem,” is from 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, February 13, and stirs up the chaos by featuring 23 artists including Jess Fox, Neil Gearns, and JA Jure, plus some mystery artists in the mix. Admission is free. Visit for more info.

Fri., Feb. 13, 6-10 p.m., 2015
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Jose Gonzalez