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The 10 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Week

1 year ago by Benjamin Leatherman
March gets going with a week of notable shows, including two big festivals.
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Meet Dr. Ordovich, the Multimedia Artist Who Dabbles in Dreams

4 years ago by Colleen O'Donnell Pierce
Merging worlds appears to be Dr. Ordovich's modus operandi. Described by himself and fellow artists as “gypsy punk” and “Tim Burton meets Tom Waits meets Boris Karlov,” Ordovich, the nom de guerre of Randall De Souza Clarkson, is an accordion-playing, world-traveling illustrator, author, and musician. He debuts his first collection of multimedia work...
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Our Michael Jackson Spoof Is Outed, Plus Connecting the Dots Between Shawna Forde and Her Ideological Confederates

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
MURDEROUS INTENT You'd have to have aluminum flowing through your veins not to feel a chill crawl up the back of your neck as you listen to the 911 tape of the Arivaca killings. Weeping, Gina Marie Gonzalez tells the 911 operator that someone has shot both her husband, Raul...
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6 Best Concerts in Phoenix This Weekend

6 years ago by Phoenix New Times
Crossing our fingers, but we haven't heard a single Christmas song yet. We hope the holiday hasn't yet entered your ears either, and to keep it that way, here are six suggestions for great music to hear this weekend that won't make you want to strangle yourself with tinsel. For...
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Testament's Alex Skolnick: "The Main Players in Grunge Were All Metal Fans"

7 years ago by Lauren Wise
Since 1983, California-bred Testament has evolved into one of the biggest names in thrash metal. If you were a metal fan in the past three decades, chances are such albums as 1987's The Legacy, 1992's The Ritual and 2008's The Formation of Damnation. And of course, the band's most recent...
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Phoenix Mercury vs. Atlanta

The high-flying Merc take on the Dream, a well-balanced squad with four starters averaging double figures: Chamique Holdsclaw, Sancho Lyttle, Erika de Souza, and the intense Iziane Castro Marques (pictured). Sat., Sept. 5, 7 p.m., 2009...
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The Five Worst Movies Based on Video Games

8 years ago by Alex Ferri
It's a mystery which movies will take home the big honors this weekend at the 85th Academy Awards. The winning films might be based on a book or use an original screenplay, but one thing is for sure: No Oscars will be going to movies based on video games. A...
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Get a Harvard Cooking Education For Free

9 years ago by Ando Muneno
See Also: Three Egg-cellent Kitchen Science Experiments See Also: The Highest Sugar High: Simplest Sugars Spotted Around Earth-like Star Last week world class cooks and food inclined scientists began descending on the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences to teach public lectures on the science of cooking. This is...
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Michael Jackson’s Sedona “Murderess” Revealed

12 years ago by Joseph Rossi
Hell hath no fury like a New Age physician scorned. That's what Sedona healer Reinalda de Souza wants the world to glean from the untimely demise of Michael Jackson. She especially wants the famous and wealthy individuals who beat a path to her door seeking a cure for their mental,...

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