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Harkins Shea 14

Located on the northwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard inside the Scottsdale Shea shopping complex, this fourteen-screen theater offers digital projection and sound, online and...
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George Takei Screens New Documentary Tonight at Harkins Shea 14 in Scottsdale

6 years ago by Katie Johnson
Get ready to lose your Sulu-loving mind. Actor, activist, social media star, and part-time Arizona resident George Takei and his husband Brad are hosting a special screening of the new documentary To Be Takei: A Star's Trek for Life, Liberty, and Love in Scottsdale tonight, August 26. The film, which...
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Upcoming Scottsdale International Film Festival Moves to Harkins Shea

9 years ago by Claire Lawton
September's a good month for foreign cinema buffs, who get can get their annual fix at the Scottsdale International Film Festival. The festival has screened more than 280 films from 62 countries, and aims to expose the local audience to a worldwide selection of indie films. This year, the event's...
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Harkins Camelview at Fashion Square 14

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Greater Phoenix Bars Open for Takeout Booze, Bottles, and More

23 days ago by Lauren Cusimano
A gathering of Valley bars offering hooch for takeout and delivery.
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Joe Arpaio Doc Two Americans Rocks Harkins for One Week Only

8 years ago by Stephen Lemons
Word is, Sheriff Joe is freaking out. Republicans who have supported him for years are jumping ship to back his Democratic rival Paul Penzone. As a result, his poll numbers are consistently in the doldrums, under 50 percent. He's been forced to buy up a load of local TV time...
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The 30th Anniversary: How Phoenix Played a Role in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

2 months ago by Benjamin Leatherman
Taking a most excellent look back through time and looking back at the metro Phoenix locales used in the filming of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, which celebrates its 30th anniversary on February 17.

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