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primavera_thumb Primavera Folklorico brings storytelling, dance to community
The company will bring their unique blend of traditional Mexican folk dancing to Margaret T. Hance Park for the third annual Día de los Muertos PHX Festival on Oct. 26. Read story UPDATE 10/24
donut_thumb Downtown Dining: Rollover Doughnuts + Coffee
Downtown Devil visits Rollover Doughnuts + Coffee, formerly Shine Coffee before the shop entered management by Short Leash Hot Dogs’s Brad and Kat Moore. Read story UPDATE 10/24
hieroglyphics_thumb ‘Sci-fi anthology event brings authors, scientists together
Various experts convened at the launch of “Hieroglyph: Stories & Visions for a Better Future” at Crescent Ballroom on Wednesday night to discuss science’s future. Read story
firefighter_thumb Focus. Flash. Phoenix: Rockstar
I was excited when I heard this week’s challenge: to manipulate a photograph I’ve taken, using a Photoshop Tutorial. I finally ventured outside of the basic effects. Read column
Lux Central to open new coffee bar, restaurant downtown
The new location, on First and Portland streets, will open August 2015 and will feature a full-service restaurant along with its signature coffee bar.
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crescent_column OK Go bassist talks new album, show
Following the Oct. 14 release of their fourth album, “Hungry Ghosts,” OK Go will be taking the Crescent Ballroom stage on Friday, their first show in Phoenix.
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torch_thumb_v Short stories from ‘The Neighborhood’
Bragg’s Factory Diner co-owner Emily Spetrino-Murtagh shared true stories from her life that The Torch Theatre performers improvised short scenes for.
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Devilishly Healthy
tea_column Tips on herbal teas
Incorporating herbal teas into your life is a great idea if you want a natural way to not only stay healthy today, but to also preserve your long-term health. Read column