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The Arizona Aerospace Foundation will recognize three outstanding individuals who will be inducted into the Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame (AAHOF) on Sat., Apr. 5, 2014.  Tickets are available now for the 24th Arizona Aviation Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, including a chartered bus bringing attendees from Phoenix to the Pima Air & Space Museum (additional fee). The individuals to be inducted are:

Edward Raymond Beauvais

Barbara McConnell Barrett Barbara Barrett received her Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University. She holds ratings as a private and instrument rated pilot. In 1982 she was the Vice Chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Board. In 1989 she served as the Deputy Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, the first woman to hold that position. She was directly involved in rebuilding the air-traffic control system after the airtraffic controllers strike.  As a member of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services she worked to advance the position of women in the military that in 1993 culminated in allowing women to fly combat aircraft. She served as the United States Ambassador to Finland. She trained at the Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia and at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and was certified to fly in space. Barbara Barrett has received numerous awards and recognitions for her accomplishments.

Edward Beauvais career in aviation began in 1960 when he went to work for Frontier Airlines. He came to Arizona in 1966 with Bonanza and two years later he moved to California when it merged with Pacific Airlines and West Coast Airlines to form Air West. He then formed an aviation consulting business and provided support to numerous airlines and cities throughout the country. With that experience, he developed a business plan for a new low cost airline to be headquartered in Phoenix. America West began service on August 1, 1983. Over the next ten years America West grew from three aircraft to more than 100 and from 250 employees to over 14,000. He left America West as Chairman and CEO in 1992, he then founded Western Pacific Airlines and a year after that began Mountain Air Express. America West has grown through mergers to become one of the largest airlines in the United States and has adopted the name of its latest acquisition, American Airlines. Ed Beauvais has received numerous awards and recognitions for his accomplishments.

Charles Eugene Mann Charles Mann began flying while still in high school and earned his private pilot’s license soon after graduating in 1956. He attended the Embry Riddle International School of Aviation, the Ross School of Aviation, and Arizona State University. He worked as an instructor and corporate pilot and then became the general Manager for Rhodell Aviation where he directed one of the most successful aerobatic flying schools in the United States. He personally trained numerous aerobatic competition and airshow pilots helping to launch their careers. In 1968 he became an airline pilot, a lifelong dream. He went to work for Bonanza Airlines in March of that year flying the Fokker F27 Friendship. Charles retired from Northwest Airlines in 1996. While working as an airline pilot he continued to own and operate several businesses in the Phoenix area that specialized in aircraft sales and flight simulator

training. Charles Mann is well known in the pilot community, and recognized as a pilot’s pilot and highly respected by all.  He is a member of the Quiet Birdmen and of the Silver Eagles organizations.


Tickets for the event ($125 per person, $1250 per table, $1500 per corporate sponsor table and $85 for previous AAHOF inductees) are available from Pima Air and Space Museum by calling 520 574-0462 or emailing info@ Seats on the Phoenix bus are limited (pick up is at Cutter Aviation). The festivities begin at 5:30pm.  

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March 29 – 30 Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance presents the second annual chalk festival with local established artists, amateur artists, children and attendees participating at Park Place Mall. Event Location: 5870 E. Broadway Blvd. Venue: Park Place  Time: Sat. 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Sun. 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m Admission: Free admission  Phone: 520-797-3959  th



March 27th – 30th A festival of Mexican films with English subtitles featuring guest appearances and screenings of award-winning movies at Harkins Cinema and other theaters around town. Tucson Film Office, UA Hanson Film Institute, Mexican Consulate.  Admission: Free and open to the public.  Phone: 520-626-9825  Recurring daily

adobe bricks, grinding seeds, meeting “Hualapai” the burro, and other handson fun! Sponsored by the State Historic Preservation Office and hosted by Arizona State Parks and an official Arizona SciTech Festival event. Event Location: 11570 N Oracle Rd Venue: Catalina State Park  Time: From: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  Admission: Park admission waived for this special event  Phone: 520-825-9122 

ARIZONA LOTUS SISTER STATIONS KFMA ROCK 92 AND KCMT LA CALIENTE, SWAP RADIO FREQUENCIES AS OF MARCH 21st! KFMA ROCK 92 and its sister station KCMT La Caliente 102.1 FM, prepare to change homes as they swap frequencies. As of March 21st, midnight, listeners can tune in to KFMA Rock 92 on the 102.1FM dial. KCMT La Caliente will be available on radio frequencies 92.1 and 101.3FM. An extensive engineering review in signal strength indicated that both stations target audience will be better served by the switch. Formats and all staff for both stations will remain the same. “This is an exciting opportunity for KFMA to both enhance and expand the station throughout greater Tucson.” –Chris Firmage, KFMA Program Director “This change is exciting because our La Caliente audience will be better served. Our coverage will expand to areas where it wasn’t possible for us to be otherwise, especially in areas of the city where there is a high density of Hispanics.” –Enrique Mayans, KCMT La Caliente Program Director


MARCH 29 The Arizona Archaeology Expo will offer many educational attractions for archaeology and history buffs, and will be located at Catalina State Park in Tucson, north of Tucson at the base of the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains. The Expo is open to the public and is FREE. Kids will enjoy testing their skills tossing “rabbit sticks,” making th

March 23rd A half-marathon, quarter marathon, and 5K for runners, walkers, and wheelchair racers of all ages and abilities celebrates the healthy active lifestyle, and courses through the foothills in Oro Valley, starting at Ventana Medical Systems. Event Location: 1910 Innovation Park Dr.  Phone: 520-469-7084 


March 21-22 | Showtime at 7:30 p.m. (Fri) and 6 p.m. (Sat) Southwestern International Raceway | 12000 S. Houghton Road, Tucson, AZ Featuring the world’s fastest race machines, the IHRA Nitro Jam Drag Racing Series is two days of non-stop, heart pounding drag racing action! Nitro Funny Cars, Nitro Altereds, Nitro Harley, Mountain Motor Pro Stock, Jet Dragster – all will take center stage competing for championships and trophies at one of the fastest tracks in the world – Southwestern International Raceway! Get ready for 300 mph, nitro-fueled action unlike anything you have ever seen before! Friday Adult - $20 | Kids (12 and younger) - $10 Saturday Adult - $25 | Kids (12 and younger) - $10 Tickets can be purchased at the gate or in advance at Advance adult tickets $5 off gate price.  


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Fourth Avenue Street Fair brings together 400+ arts/crafts booths, 35+ food vendors, two entertainment stages, street performers, kids’ art area, and more. Event Location: 316 N. Fourth Ave. Time: 10 a.m. to dusk.  Admission: Free to the public.  Phone: 520-624-5004

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The Tucson Invitational Games (TIG), home of collegiate softball and baseball spring training, hosts 55 DIII, NAIA, and Junior College collegiate softball teams from throughout the United States for spring training games played at Lincoln Park North (8280 E. Escalante Road) and Lincoln Park South (4326 S. Pantano Road). Event Location: 4326 S. Pantano Road Venue: Lincoln Park North/South

Complex Time: Times vary from morning to afternoon.  Admission: $6 Daily Pass; $25 7-day pass; free kids ages 12 and under.  Phone: 520-777-7680 


Thru April 14th The University of Arizona Center for Creative Photography presents an exhibition of 21 of Ansel Adams’s photographs. Though the photographs in this exhibition are not those for which the photographer is best known, they provide insight into the richness of his photographic vision and the many perspectives he explored. The featured photographs represent a range of subjects, including landscapes, cityscapes, still lifes, natural details, portraits and architectural views, encompassing a long span of the famed photographer’s career. Event Location: 1030 North Olive Road  Venue: Center for Creative Photography  Time: Mon–Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; SatSun, 1p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission: Free and open to the public. There is a suggested donation.  Phone: 520-621-7968 


Thru April 30th Every day through April, Tucson Botanical Gardens presents a live tropical butterfly exhibit. View colorful butterflies fluttering and marvel at nature’s flying flowers at the new Cox Communications Butterfly and Orchid Pavilion. This exhibit helps support global efforts for sustainable conservation.  Dart Frogs have now been added to the Butterfly Magic exhibit.  As of now, there are 5 different varieties and a total of 25 frogs. Event Location: 2150 N. Alvernon Way  Venue: Tucson Botanical Gardens  Time: From: 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM Gardens Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Open seven days a week, year round, except July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year’s Day. Oct. thru Apr. $13 Adults |  Admission: Oct. thru Apr. $13 Adults | $12 Student/Senior/Military | $7.50 Children 4-12 (included entrance to Butterfly Magic) May thru Sept. $8 Adults | $7 Student/Senior/Military | $4 Children 4-12 Children  Phone: 520-326-9686  Continued On Page 7...

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Thru June 30th The UA Mineral Museum’s “Crystalline Treasures. The Mineral Heritage of China” exhibit features a worldclass display. You’ll see astonishing mineral specimens from China that have never been seen before in a public exhibition. And you’ll learn about the ancient history and culture of China, a civilization that goes back five thousand years, a civilization that changed the world with the invention of gunpowder, paper, and silk. The UA Mineral Museum is open daily and is located on the Main Floor of Flandrau Science Center. Event Location: 1601 E. University Blvd.  Venue: The University of Arizona Mineral Museum  Time: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday 1-4p.m.  Admission: Planetarium Exhibits and Mineral Museum: Adults (16 years and older): $7.00 Children (4 to 15 years old): $5 Children under 4 years old: Free College Students w/ID: $4.00 Senior/Military: $6.00  Phone: 520-621-4227 




Thru June 8th A traditional Mexican nativity scene made with hundreds of tiny lights and earthen figurines displayed at one of Tucson’s oldest buildings, La Casa Cordova, Tucson Museum of Art Historic Block. Event Location: 140 N. Main Ave.  Venue: Tucson Museum of Art - La Casa Cordova  Time: Tuesday-Saturday 10am--5p.m. Sunday Noon-5 p.m. The Museum is closed on Mondays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.  Admission: Free  Phone: 520-624-2333  Every Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

FOURTH AVENUE SPRING STREET FAIR The 44th Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair is the 21, 22, 23rd of March 2014. Show Hours are 10am to 6pm all three days. Free to the public, the Fourth Avenue Street Fair brings together over 350 arts and crafts booths, over 25 food vendors, Main Stage, Street Musicians, Food, Jugglers, face painting, balloons, and tons of other fun activities, and then packs them into three days of celebration. It’s Tucson’s Largest celebration. The Fourth Avenue Street Fair began 44 years ago when Fourth Avenue merchants put tables in front of their stores to attract customers before the holidays. From that beginning it has developed into one of the premier street fairs in the nation, drawing crowds of 200,000 to 300,000 and ranking as one of the top visual arts fairs in the country. A full third of exhibiting artists at the Fair are local artists/craftsmen. Services such as waste, porta potties, sweeping, tallow services, barricades and security are sourced locally. The Street Fair has developed into a Tucson tradition that has an impact on every Tucsonan in one way or another. The Street Fair is the source of funding for 20+ non-profit groups that derive (in some cases the majority of) their

income from the Fair and to the City of Tucson which obtains a boost in sales tax revenues. All year long, Monies earned from the bi-annual Fairs allow the Fourth Avenue Merchants Association to keep the Fourth Avenue shopping district a draw for all who live and visit Tucson. Come for the shopping: Over 350 booths featuring arts and crafts that cover the spectrum from fine art to country crafts. Glass, clay, wood, clothing, metal, jewelry, sculpture, all hand-made and on sale by the artist/ craftsperson. Come for the food: Over 35 food vendors selling an eclectic mix of good things to eat. Greek, Thai, BBQ, fry bread, funnel cakes, chicken, and more. Come for the music: Our Main Stage is our professional stage with top locally paid performers playing all your top hits. In addition there will be an assortment of street performers featuring everything from Magicians to Kazoo music. The 4th Avenue Spring Street Fair is Tucson’s rite of passage to spring. We hope you will join us.

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A NIGHT OF NOSTALGIA AND LAUGHTER What exactly is I LOVE LUCY, LIVE ON STAGE! It’s a play, it’s a variety show and it’s a nostalgic step back in time to 1950’s America. Whether you first encountered the irrepressible comedy of Lucy, Ricky, Fred and Ethel sitting in front of that black and white console television in your living room or watching reruns on your iPad, the universality of their characters and situations has not diminished. And while the two episodes, “The Benefit” and “Lucy Has Her Eyes Examined,” are the centerpiece of the play, it is the overall format of an audience watching a TV taping that gives the show its added punch.
 Memories are stirred in between sitcom segments by the seven piece band accompanying Bill Mendieta’s Ricky Ricardo at the Tropicana Nightclub and a half-dozen live, musical commercials for such familiar

products as Halo Shampoo, Brylcreem, Alka-Seltzer and the new Chevy. Audience participation, prompted by the ever-present applause sign, is encouraged by the evening’s dapper emcee, Maury Jasper. Fashion-wise you might laugh at the Diorinfluenced cocktail dresses with crinolinepuffed skirts and pinched waists, or enjoy that chic fashionista, Lucille Ball, in capri pants and ballet flats. Said Chicago critic Michael Roberts, “Seeing I LOVE LUCY LIVE ON STAGE is a reminder of the genius that went into early television. It also lets us forget our troubles of the day…and relive the true Golden Age of Television.” And while the iconic CBS-TV series was initially viewed on black-and-white sets, what the live audience on the sound stage of the Desilu Playhouse stage saw was Technicolor bright, and so will audiences at Centennial Hall.

Lucille Ball (with her baby TV son) appeared on the first cover of TV Guide in Jan. 1953. Ball appeared on the magazine’s cover more than any other celebrity, a total of 39 times.

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Arizona Friends of Chamber Music presents its 21st annual festival at Leo Rich Theatre. Classical radio station WMFT in Chicago has called it”a jewel of a festival,” and American Record Guide proclaimed it “one of the best and most adventurous in America.” The Festival will feature 14 superb musicians, among them the renowned Miró String Quartet and Pepe Romero, considered by many to be the world’s greatest guitarist. Two commissioned world premieres will be performed, one by Pulitzer Prize-winning Gunther Schuller, and the other, a piano sonata by Czech composer Sylvie Bodorova. All concerts, master classes, and open rehearsals, except the Gala Dinner Concert, will be held at the Tucson Convention Center’s Leo Rich Theater. Sunday concerts, March 16th and March 23rd, will begin at 3 pm. Evening concerts, March 17th, 19th, and 21st, begin at 7:30 pm. Dress rehearsals and master classes are open to the community at no charge. Open dress rehearsals are Wednesday, Friday, and the final Sunday, 9 AM - 12. Master classes will be held on Saturday, March 22nd, at 3 and 4 PM. The traditional Gala Dinner Concert is on March 22nd at the Arizona Inn, 2200 E. Elm. Tickets for all Festival concerts and the Gala Dinner Concert are $280. Cost for all concerts and events, excluding the Gala Dinner, is $130. Cost for the Gala Dinner Concert only is $160. Individual Festival general admission concert tickets are $30 and student tickets are $10.  

flavor. The fundraiser supports Ballet Tucson—Tucson’s only professional dance company. Boots and Ballet at the Stardance Event Center on Sunday, March 23, will include roping demonstrations, line-dancing, and great music. Highlights will include a silent auction of art and other unique items along with an energetic live auction of one-of-a-kind “boot boxes,” paintings and other fine art. Boots and Ballet is an authentic Tucson experience for the entire family. Enjoy prickly pear mimosas, lemonade and beer, and be treated to a chuck wagon style lunch. The horseshoe hunt is sure to delight the younger guests. Dig out your best western wear and ride on out to Stardance Event Center nestled in the Sombrero Peak area of the Tucson Mountains. Stardance is an easy drive, a few minutes off of the I-10 Cortaro Road exit. Entertainment will be provided by Bill Ganz Western Band, Cowboy Poet Eldon Housley, roping demonstrations by the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, and special performances by Ballet Tucson’s own talented dancers! Silent and live auctions showcasing collectible regional art, jewelry, and even vintage treasures will be featured. Special “boot boxes”—Western style lunch boxes—by local artists will be a highlight of the live auction. The grand finale will be Western dance lessons led by Chris Candalario and dancing to the live music of the Bill Ganz Western Band. For reservations call Ballet Tucson 520.903.1445 or visit www.


April 5 – 26 at The Drawing Studio

Sunday, March 23rd at the Stardance Event Center

Look back at the past and you see the beauty of what was this earth. Look into the future; what endures; what is lost? Look in the mirror and you see how human activity can affect both, for good or ill. The “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit at The Drawing Studio assembles artists’ responses to the changing conditions on our earth. Whether artists depict the effects of climate change, promote sustainability or conservation, each medium in the exhibit represents an impassioned interpretation and is sure to evoke a thoughtful reaction.

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artistic practice through exhibition. Exhibits, therefore, may encompass timely issues in the broad community as well as among artists. The “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit intersects art and reality, a mission worthy of any arts organization. You will have the opportunity to add your voice—in the form of pledges, art statements, or photos—to the issue of the changing conditions on our earth when you attend the “Love Your Mother (Earth)” exhibit at The Drawing Studio.

Event Location: 1020 E. University Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85721  Venue: Centennial Hall  Time: Starting: 7:00 PM  Admission: See website  Phone: 520-621-3341 

Opening Reception: Saturday, April 5, 2014, 6-8 pm. Gallery Hours: 10 am. to 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 1-4 pm., Saturday; closed Friday and Sunday.


Thru March 22 at the Temple of Music and Art Arizona Theatre Company presents a Jules Verne masterpiece with stampeding elephants! raging typhoons! runaway trains! It’s a whirlwind journey filled with exotic locales, a damsel in distress and narrow escapes, at the Temple of Music and Art. Event Location: 330 S. Scott Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Temple of Music and Art  Phone: 520-622-2823 


March 23rd at UA Centennial Hall UAPresents welcomes “The Joffrey Ballet,” a company that demonstrates how American choreographers can inspire amusement, tragedy, intelligence and lust in the span of two hours, at UA Centennial Hall.


A new exhibition at the University of Arizona Museum of Art titled, Robert McCall’s Universe, showcases selected paintings and drawings by NASA’s foremost space artist. The exhibition, which is open to the public, starts March 14 and continues through July 4. From a six-story high mural in the National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C, to US postage stamps and astronaut mission patches, McCall’s work includes hundreds of paintings as well as illustrations for NASA, numerous national magazines, and for such seminal films as Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Robert McCall’s Universe is part of the series, An Unfolding Legacy, a celebration of 90 years of art exhibits on the University campus. The Unfolding Legacy series began in November 2013 and will continue through March 2015. It showcases masterworks from its permanent collection in a series of 19 changing exhibitions and two ongoing exhibitions. The University of Arizona Museum of Art is located on the UA campus at



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FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE! CONCERTS PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN ARIZONA ARTS AND CULTURAL ALLIANCE AND MAIN GATE SQUARE Free, evening jazz concerts at the Geronimo Plaza, beginning in April A jazz infusion has taken place each summer on University Boulevard for the past few years. This season stages the best pick of jazz performers in the region - from the Spanish guitar serenades of DeGrazia Band to the soulful vocals of Crystal Stark. “People come to Geronimo Plaza and discover Main Gate is a great place in a lively atmosphere,” said Jane McCollum, Main Gate Square general manager. Main Gate Square, between Park and Euclid Avenues on University Boulevard, features more than 20 retailers and 30 restaurants near the University of Arizona. Main Gate merchants validate parking for the Tyndall Garage Monday through Friday after 5 p.m. to midnight (all parking fees incurred prior to 5 p.m. are the customer’s responsibility).

Friday Night Live Line-up April 4 UA Studio Jazz Ensemble The UA Studio Jazz Ensemble (aka Jazz A) was founded by Tom Ervin in 1972, and Jeff Haskell began conducting the ensemble regularly in 1977. The players’ names read like a “who’s who” as well as the list of soloists who have starred with the band over the years. In the 1980’s, the band was hired to tour with Dizzy Gillespie, exposing to the students the great teaching expertise Gillespie had at his command. Most recently, they undertook a groundbreaking, two-week performance tour throughout China - the only American jazz ensemble, professional or student, to play the Chinese large Poly Theaters.

April 18 Crystal Stark, jazz vocals Crystal Rose Stark is an award-winning pop/R&B singer who brings a positive influence to today’s music scene. Based on her church-singing roots, she knew that she wanted to pursue a full-time career in music.   She made it to the top 44 contestants in American Idol out of the100,000 that tried out across the country. She sang back-up on tour with American Idol runner-up Katharine Mcphee on shows such as Jay Leno, Regis & Kelly and The Today Show. In the summer of 2006, Stark entered the gospel music competition, Music in the Rockies where she won first place Best of Show and was asked to perform at Disney World’s “Night of Joy” alongside Christian artists such as Kirk Franklin, Rebecca St. James and Mercy Me. Stark is currently performing around Tucson playing shows for the Tucson Jazz Society, Big Band Express, and wowing audiences with her jazz/ soul/R&B group “The Crystal Stark Quintet.”

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May 2 Sylvan Street, jazz Sylvan Street is a group of seven accomplished musicians - a hip, urban sound taking listeners of all ages on an emotional ride through tribal funk grooves, bittersweet love ballads, jump swing and blues. “Here in America” and “The Perfect Leaf” CDs are available for purchase. Sylvan Street also hosts educational jazz clinics and master classes for high school and collegiate jazz programs nationwide.



the SE corner of Speedway and Park. Museum hours are: Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, noon to 4:00 p.m.; closed Mondays and University holidays. Admission is $5/adults; free for members; ages 18 & under; students, active military and UA employees with ID. Additional information: www. phone: 520621-7567

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Venue: Gallery Row  Time: From: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM  Every Thursday

Also new works by Chieko Imada, Margaret Mullin, Daniel Precup, Suzanne Erlon and Deanna Doncsecz.

Tickets: $32; Groups $22; available at (800.838.3006) Dance and Dessert will be a celebration of Ballet Tucson’s 10th Season as a professional company. The Mendelssohn, choreography by founding artistic director Mary Beth Cabana, was the company’s inaugural ballet. Other ballets will showcase the talents of Ballet Tucson’s Artistic Team. Each performance includes a reception and dessert tastings from Tucson’s finest restaurants.

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Explore regional transportation history, and see a freight trains passing by, or ring the locomotive bell at the Southern Arizona Transportation Museum every Saturday, year round. Event Location: 414 N. Toole Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Historic Train Depot  Time: 10 am to 1 pm  Admission: Free  Phone: 520-623-2223  Every Saturday

The Seasons, choreographed by Mary Beth Cabana Swan Lake, Act II, choreography by Chieko Imada (after Marius Petipa)

May 18 - 2:00 pm Stevie Eller Dance Theatre Tickets: $25; available from Ballet Tucson, 520-903-1445 Ballet Tucson’s exceptional youth company presents its end-of-season concert.

GALLERY ROW ARTWALK Thursdays Browse the eclectic collection of fine art and enjoy wine tastings at the Gallery Row galleries at Skyline and Campbell on Thursdays, 5-7 p.m. Event Location: 3001 E. Skyline Drive, Tucson, AZ 85718 

Arts in the Plaza Fine Art and Jazz Festival will feature some of the most talented artisans and musicians in the region. Arts in the Plaza features entertainment for all ages. The outdoor festival (running twice a year) offers musical performances, kids’ activities and more than 60 artists displaying the finest art in the region in an elegant outdoor plaza setting. Admission is free.

SPECIAL EVENTS Tucson Mall Cocktails and Classics Friday, April 11th Vintage glamour defines classic, and one night will bring this style back to life through the sights, sounds and tastes of the past for a fashionable evening under the stars. Cocktails and Classics - a charity benefit inspired by the swing era of music and retro fashion, food and cocktails - features a red carpet runway and big band performance.



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Park Place Chalk Art Festival Saturday, March 29th

The third annual Park Place Chalk Art Festival will be a true community collaboration of the arts. Professional artists, amateur artists, students, children and attendees will all participate in the festival to transform Park Place sidewalks into colorful works of art. Mural artists will create elaborate, large-scale pieces. A community participation work will be developed by event attendees in a progressive addition model, allowing for a single-themed work of art to grow into a super-sized street mural. The Kidzone will provide a space where imaginations soar and children ages 3 to 12 can participate in their own original pieces of art. When: Saturday, March 29 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 30 from

When: Friday, April 11 at 5:30 p.m. Where: Tucson Mall, 4500 N. Oracle Road   Cost: $35 per person - includes appetizer samplings, cocktails, runway fashion show, live big band performance, dancing and goodie bag

CONCERTS Oro Valley Concert Series / Second Thursdays at 6pm Oro Valley and Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance have continued the town’s musical series into the New Year in response to the popularity of these community enriching concerts. Performances support local musicians in steel drums, folk and classic guitar, Latin and classic jazz, boogie woogie piano, blues, country and more.

Friday Night Live at Main Gate Square First and Third Fridays Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and Main Gate Square partner to present a series of free, evening concerts at the Geronimo Plaza featuring an array of musical genres. Presenting a mix of local talent, the concerts explore a variety of styles on first and third Fridays starting April 4, presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance. Our courtyard is the perfect setting for concerts, said Jane McCollum, Main Gate Square general manager. “People come to Geronimo Plaza and discover Main Gate is a great place in a lively atmosphere.” When: First and third Fridays at 7 p.m., starting April 4 Where: Geronimo Plaza at Main Gate Square, between Park Avenue and Euclid Avenue on University Boulevard  Cost: Free

GALLERIES The Gallery at Tanque Verde Dental A recently opened dental office has converted their walls to a rotating gallery to support local artists and offer a forum to sell and exhibit their works. The next installment in this innovative gallery at Tanque Verde Dental will show the works of talented featured artists. The April opening reception will offer complimentary wine and appetizers, ticket raffles for community arts events and exclusive discounts on dental treatments.   Gallery hours: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.   Where: Tanque Verde Dental, 7225 N. Oracle Road Cost: Free


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When: Second Thursdays at 6 p.m. Where: Oro Valley Marketplace, southwest corner of Oracle Road and Tangerine Road Cost: Free

Arts in the Plaza Fine Art and Jazz Festival

Borrowed Baroque, by Sam Watson

Stevie Eller Dance Theatre

Where: Park Place, 5870 E. Broadway Blvd. Cost: Free

Mendelssohn Piano Concerto, by Mary Beth Cabana

April 4 - 7:30 pm April 5 - 2:00 and 7:00 pm April 6 - 1:00 and 5:00 pm

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Lucas Oil Mods, Late Models, Pro-Stocks, Hornets at Tucson Speedway On Saturday March 22 at Tucson Speedway, the traveling Lucas Oil Modified Series will make its one and only trip to Southern Arizona’s premier 3/8-mile paved racing oval. Over 35 of the West’s fastest Modifieds are expected for the $1500 to win Arizona Shootout presented by Super Clean. Drivers from all over the West Coast are heading south for this special event. The night also features local divisions with the Late Models, ProStocks and Hornets adding to the evening’s festivities. In addition the world famous Tombstone Gunfighters from the O.K. Corral will be on hand adding fire power to the already super energized night of racing. For the children there will be a Petting Zoo and Face Painting. The activities begin at 7pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. The Lucas Oil Modifieds opened their

2014 season two weeks ago with resounding success with 39-cars competing for the 24 starting spots.

The 16-cars that qualified via time were within 3/10ths of a second. That made for a wild main event. With most of

those cars expected for the Tucson stop, plus 4 to 5 locals and that many traveling from New Mexico, the car count could exceed 40. The local Late Model Division points chase is close with just three races remaining this season for this highly competitive division. Current leader Scott Strachan has a slim edge of 16-points over rookie Don Dority. There are other close battles within the top ten. Pro-Stock Division point leader Loren Sheffield enjoys a comfortable lead with six races remaining before championship night on June 7. This is the speedway’s largest division and on any given race night most are quite capable of victory and changing the points chase. Kyle Milburg leads the chase for the Hornet Division championship. Milburg had trouble in a warm up session last week and his car was crunched after contact with the retaining wall. This is another very competitive group and the outcome is always unpredictable. Tucson Speedway is located next to the Pima County Fairgrounds at 11955 S. Harrison Road, Tucson, AZ 85747. For more information go to the Speedway’s new web site at www. or call 520-7621600.

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32nd annual celebration of Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month

For the entire month of March 2014, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO)/Arizona State Parks (ASP) is coordinating events throughout the state for the 32nd annual celebration of Arizona Archaeology and Heritage Awareness Month (AAHAM). View the full schedule at archy. These events will focus on current efforts to preserve our past by protecting our fragile and nonrenewable cultural resources. AAHAM combines education with entertainment to reach both adults and children in an effort to teach responsible stewardship of our cultural resources. Museums, historical societies, tribes, agencies, parks, and archaeology organizations will be hosting events across the state; events are also planned in Arizona State Parks as part of their interpretive programs. Proclaimed by the Governor each year, this celebration will feature prehistoric and historic site tours, exhibits, hikes, open houses, lectures, demonstrations and other activities throughout Arizona. The featured event for the month is the ARIZONA ARCHAEOLOGY EXPO (Expo). This year’s Expo will offer many educational attractions for archaeology and history buffs, and will be located at Catalina State Park on Saturday, March 29, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Expo is FREE and open to the public

The Expo will provide a special opportunity for visitors to learn more about why it is important to preserve archaeological sites and historic places, what archaeologists, historians, and tribal members do in their jobs, and about the prehistory and history of Arizona. The Expo will feature archaeology-related hands-on activities, craft demonstrations, and other fun and educational events. In addition, Boy Scout and Girl Scout merit badge requirements can be fulfilled at the Expo! Special displays and booths by archaeological and historical organizations, museums, Native American tribes, state and federal agencies, and others will allow you to participate as an archaeologist might in their research today, or make crafts and tools that teach how prehistoric Native Americans and other early inhabitants survived in the Southwest. Cultural and historical demonstrators, talks by archaeologists, and interactive activities will help make the past come alive!  In addition, tours of local archaeological sites (rock art and pueblos) will be offered.. The Expo will give visitors new insights into Arizona’s many prehistoric, historic, and contemporary cultures, and will help instill a sense of stewardship for our state’s fragile and nonrenewable heritage resources.

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Cienega Creek Natural Preserve – Vail, AZ I am sharing my recent Cienega Creek hiking experience with the wish that our community will become more aware of our personal impact on the watershed in and around Tucson as well as to inspire everyone to get out and take a trek to enjoy this beautiful place we call home. The more you explore and learn about plants, animals and habitats the more you will enjoy hiking and maybe imparting some of that knowledge to other people to inspire them to get involved in helping to preserve what we still have for

desert. I, accompanied by scientists of many different biology backgrounds, did a nine mile hike through the wash. Under towering Cottonwoods, Gooding’s Willows and steep bank cuts that exposed the extensive root systems of the riparian trees, we trekked through the sand and water to survey the area and appreciate the nature of our community. There is a myriad of wildlife in this area and on this particular day we saw: White nosed coati, turtles, frogs, toads, fish, birds, butterflies, beetles and tent worms

with new life and long stretches of dry, uncovered arroyo with wildflowers blossoming in the most heroic places and of course the cacti growing out of the side of huge rocks that make you take a moment to think about the difficulty and triumph of life in the desert. You must obtain a permit to venture out to Cienega, it is also really important to Pima County so they can track the recreational use of this land. I went to the Parks and Recreation Office and was able to get a permit for several weekends and the staff was so helpful and friendly. Their office is located at 3500 West River Road, you do not have to go to the office to get the permit but I highly recommend it because there are also some really cool maps and other resources that are useful for any outdoor enthusiast for all areas of Pima County. I will be writing more about the Cienega area so please stay tuned because there is so much to talk about with this interesting and rich history, abundant life, and the need for its preservation for all species (including

For more information please visit www. If you are interested in seeing pictures of this trek or taking a virtual tour of other places around Arizona, like my Facebook page “Take a Stroll with Niccole” and click on the different albums to navigate between destinations. For questions or comments, email me at

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REVIEWERS ROUNDTABLE The following are reactions from each of AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine’s film commentators in an effort to generate a wellrounded overview of this weekend’s new releases.




Randy Montgomery’s reactions reveal the emotional intuition of an average moviegoer. With a master’s degree in counseling and education, Randy grounds his opinions in a unique combination of both a movie’s surface entertainment value and its ability to affect him on an even deeper level. E-mail him at

Joseph J. Airdo’s remarks represent the analytical perspective. With a bachelor’s degree in media analysis and criticism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, Joseph contemplates the real life implications and applications of a motion picture’s themes in order to determine its existential purpose. E-mail him at joseph.airdo@gmail. com.

ALSO OPENING THIS WEEK The following new theatrical releases were not made available for review for AZ Weekly’s Press Deadline.

Stan Robinson’s reviews reflect the insights of an insider. With more than 22 years of experience in media production, Stan uses his behind-the-scenes expertise to survey a film’s technical attributes and considers the challenges that had to be overcome in order to cinematically present a story. E-mail him at





‘The Face of Love’

Shailene Woodley plays a young woman who is warned that she is Divergent and will never fit into any one group. When she discovers a conspiracy to destroy all Divergents, she must find out what makes being Divergent so dangerous - before it is too late. (PG-13 - 143 minutes)

Annette Bening plays a widow who, several years after the loss of her husband, meets a man (Ed Harris) who looks exactly like him. Suddenly, a flood of old feelings rushes back to her. She has met the love of her life... again. Robin Williams also stars. (PG-13 - 92 minutes)

Joseph: It may take most audiences a little while to get into “Divergent” and completely comprehend the unique qualities created exclusively for its incredibly imaginative world - especially if you are entirely unfamiliar with the books on which the new action adventure is based. However, it eventually evolves into the best of the recent young adult film franchises, drawing viewers in with compelling characters and a story that keeps them on the edge of their seats.

Joseph: “The Face of Love” is a film that manages to be both spectacularly suspenseful and remarkably romantic at the same time. Unfortunately, it is also anticlimactic, lightly gliding to its conclusion rather than delivering a far more appropriate dramatic apex. However, it remains completely consuming from beginning to end, using the idea of doppelgangers to demonstrate the role that fantasy plays in attraction as well as how our minds prevent us from ever truly letting go of lost love.

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The following quotes were pulled from interviews conducted by AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine’s film columnists with talent speaking on behalf of movies recently released in theaters.

Actors Jai Courtney and Miles Teller (‘Divergent’) By Joseph J. Airdo

“On the page I guess that I thought Peter was a little more onedimensional - especially when I read the book. I was like, ‘Oh man! This is guy is just mean all of the time. He

just says ‘Stiff’ after every sentence. And he is always just kind of like the picking on [Shailene Woodley’s character].’ So, for me, it was nice to just kind of get into that headspace. I mean, the kid is very competitive. He wants to be the best in the program. But he is also very mischievous and conniving. What I learned is that you don’t always have to worry about who likes you. And that is fine sometimes.” - Miles Teller “It doesn’t require much of a transformation for me. I think that you probably have a tendency to try to

make your characters as likable as possible - even when you are playing someone who is not supposed to be. So that was probably the challenge; remembering that you are not supposed to be liked. I would often try to just instinctively be a little more charming or something with the character and [director Neil Burger] was always telling me to kind of just make him dead and flat. “Eric is interesting because his attitude may kind of reflect the fact that he is a [ jerk] or whatever but in the early part of the training there is

a drive there. He wants the initiates to be as fit and as strong as they possibly can be. So he is not there to be a [ jerk]. It is just kind of his way. It is his method. I think that is highlighted by the relationship with Four and that kind of dynamic rivalry there. It is fun playing those kinds of stakes - even if you are the guy with the attitude problem. It is always good to kind of get into that. It is a little meatier. I don’t necessarily agree with his approach but I don’t judge him either.” - Jai Courtney



Behind-the-Scenes – ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ By Stan Robinson Ralph Fiennes plays a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel who befriends his lobby boy (Tony Revolori). The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune. (R - 100 minutes) The trademarks of writer/director Wes Anderson’s films include eclectic

characters, a basic theme grounded in the realities of the story with the paradox of accentuating the extreme, and, an all-star cast often presenting characters against type. The comedy/

drama ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ doesn’t disappoint and the cast is very impressive. The film’s cast includes Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray Abraham, Mathieu Amalric, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Jude Law, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Saoirse Ronan, Jason Schwartzman, Léa Seydoux, Tilda Swinton, Tom Wilkinson, and Owen Wilson.

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Tucson Craft Beer Destinations Our recommendations for “Tops in Hops!” 1702 1702 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 325-1702 Why to Try? About 50 beers on tap, both imported and domestic and many more by the bottle. They rotate the list frequently so lots to try at all times. If you fancy a pizza and some great craft brews, try this place. Auld Dubliner 800 E. University (520) 206-0323 Why to Try? More than a wee selection of great craft, Irish and other beers here. Pair up with a boxty in a traditional Irish bar with great music in the center of the University mecca of fun bars and restaurants. B Line 621 N. 4th Avenue (520) 882-7575 Why to Try? Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner AND craft beer! A great 4th Avenue place that you must try for local food and fun. Barrio Brewing Company 800 E. 16th St. (520) 791-2739 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own on tap. Rustic warehouse décor. Great food. Borderlands Brewing Company 119 E. Toole Ave (520) 261-8773 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery (not brew pub or restaurant) featuring locally brewed, southwestern style beers with natural ingredients. Tap room open from 4pm to 8pm Wed-Sat. Live music 2-3 days a week too! Canyon’s Crown Restaurant & Pub 6958 E. Tanque Verde (520) 885-8277 Why to Try? British Style destination 20 crafts on draft plus about 45+ bottles of beer. Full menu too, both British and American grill. Dragoon Brewing Company 1859 W. Grant Road (520) 329-3606 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery with tap room service for drinking their 7 brews. Food trucks frequently on site or you can bring your own munchies. Not a late-night place as they close early (8pm). Open Thurs, Fri, Sat. Elliott’s on Congress 135 E. Congress St. (520) 622-5500 Why to Try? Great downtown gathering place. Infused Vodkas and nearly 30 beers by the bottle. Great full menu and live entertainment on some nights.

Fox & Hound 7625 N. LaCholla Blvd. (520) 575-1980 Why to Try? Over 100 beers available and 36 on tap! If you are looking for a truly gorgeous sports bar, with a full menu, billiards and lots of TVs…this is a great place to try. Frog & Firkin 874 E. University Blvd. (520) 623-7507 Why to Try? 50 bottled beers and 25 more on tap. Near UofA if you’re looking to party with the college crowd. Live entertainment. Full menue with pizza and sandwiches. Gentle Ben’s Brewery 865 E. University Blvd. (520) 624-4177 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own creations on tap. Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St. (520) 622-8848 Why to Try? Historic, urban, Rockn-Roller downtown local hot spot. Live music, dining, multiple bars. Good craft selection with over 30 on tap. Wine and cocktails as well. A local favorite destination and hangout. 40 vintage boutique hotel rooms upstairs! HUB Restaurant & Creamery 266 E. Congress St. (520) 207-8201 Why to Try? Great selection of about 20 crafts on tap. Wine and cocktails as well. and ice cream shop built-in. Full menu. Kid friendly during days and DJ scene at night. Cool! La Cocina 201 N. Court Ave (520) 365-3053 Why to Try? Amazing tree-lit courtyard with live music at night. Rustic, local feel with rotating local craft beers, wine, full bar and great eats. Menu includes apps, salads, tacos and sandwiches. Maynard’s 400 N. Toole Ave (520) 545-0577 Why to Try? Gorgeous and hip, upscale bar and marketplace with excellent Zagat-Rated dining across from Hotel Congress. Watch the trains go by from this wonderfully converted train station. Full bar & wine list with craft beer selection. Monterey Court 505 W. Miracle Mile (520) 207-2429 This hidden gem is a remarkably innovative venue that hosts fun

beer tastings every Friday 5-7 pm with AZ microbreweries, and offers 8 craft brews on tap and a constantly rotating stock of great craft beers. Upscale cafe with delicious food, full bar, signature cocktails and select wines is onsite plus free live music 6 nights a week. Upcoming performances are listed on the website at www. Mr Heads 513 N. 4th Ave (520) 792-2710 Why to Try? Great local drinkin’ hole with 20 brews on tap and over 100 beers total, plus a wide selection of other liquors. Artsy crowd, eclectic décor makes this a 4th Avenue destination and popular place to soak your, uh…head.

Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink 101 E. Pennington St. (520) 882-5550 Why to Try? Great Pizza and 20 craft beers on tap. Full bar and wine selection as well. RJ’s Replays 5769 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 495-5136 Why to Try? Cool computerized beer ordering from your table complete with beer info and descriptions. Tons of selection and great sports bar atmosphere! One of the largest selections of craft on tap and in bottles in Tucson. Full menu too. Live music. Sir Veza’s 4699 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 323-8226

No Anchovies 870 E. University Blvd (520) 623-3333 Why to Try? Nothin’ fancy. Just great pizza and about 20 craft beers. Great college hangout in the heart of the action on University.

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Noble Hops 1335 W. Lambert Lane (520) 797-4677 Why to Try? OK, 28 beers on tap and 175 beers from around the world plus a full bar and wine. You can drink here. Huge menu as well of upscale eats. Not barfood.

Sky Bar 536 N. 4th Ave (520) 622-4300 Sky bar is a 100% solar powered cafe by day and astronomy themed bar by night with nightly viewing of the cosmos through our telescopes on the patio. Featuring 20 draft beers, award winning cocktails, espresso, and tea. When you need a place to imbibe, Sky bar is the place to indulge. Come down and drink in the stars.

Old Chicago 2960 N. Campbell Ave (520) 327-6200 Why to Try? 20+ taps and 110 beers from around the globe! Full menu with pizzas and pastas, cocktail bar, wines and “Beer Tour” club with bragging rights (and maybe rehab) if you complete the 110 beer tour. O’Malley’s on Fourth 247 N. 4th Ave (520) 623-8600 Why to Try? 16 beers on tap and more in bottles. Irish bar theme. St. Patrick’s stronghold location. Plaza Liquors 2642 N. Campbell Ave (520) 327-0452 A craft beer wonderland for packaged goods. If you like trying new beers, hard to get beers, seasonals, or exotic bombers, you should put Plaza Liquors on your list of great craft beer retailers. The store is not huge but the selection is. You can also mix and match your own six pack, which is really great. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and happy to help novice beer buyers find the tastes they like.

Why to Try? Great cantina style Mexican cuisine and about 20 craft beers on tap. Dozens more in bottles. Huge southwestern menu too. Ole’!

Tap & Bottle 403 N. 6th Ave (520) 344-8999 An all-around local favorite with TONS of selection for beer on tap and by the bottle. Check out their online calendar for special events such as DJ nights, educational sessions, food truck visitations and tap takeovers. Over 20 brands on tap and the selection changes constantly. Huge selection of beer by the bottle served ice cold from the cooler too. Great place to find craft beers you would not find in most places. The Parish 6453 N. Oracle Road (520) 797-1233 Why to Try? A nice gastropub in the north part of town with a nice brew selection of over 20 beers not so common. Live entertainment on the weekends. Full bar.

The Shanty 401 E. 9th St. (520) 623-2664 Why to Try? Over 120 beers! Great Euro-import selection! In business since 1937! You’ll love the patio atmosphere! Thunder Canyon Brewery 7401 N. La Cholla Blvd. (520) 797-2652 Why to Try? One of two locations. Excellent local brewpub with 12 of their own beers on tap including cask conditioned and barrel aged beers. Growlers and kegs are available as well. Full delicious menu too. Thunder Canyon Brewery 220 E. Broadway Blvd. (520) 396-3480 Why to Try? Their newest of two locations. Huge old warehouse in the heart of downtown with great food and 40 craft beers on tap. Full menu and bar. Time Market 444 E. University Blvd. (520) 622-0761 Why to Try? This is a local grocery market with a cool local eats like wood-fired pizza, local baked goods, sandwiches, built-in and popular meeting place. 6 taps for on-site drinking but they stock over 150 brews by the bottle (retail) on hand! Trident Grill 2033 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 795-5755 Why to Try? 24 brews on tap. Full menu. If you are an active or ex Navy Seal, you already understand the Trident insignia. If not, go there and experience! Union Public House 4340 N. Campbell Ave (520) 329-8575 Why to Try? If you enjoy drinking craft beer in style, this is a good bet. Over 30 crafts on tap and a huge selection of bottled beer plus wine and full bar with signature cocktails. Upscale casual dining with great menu. Zona 78 7301 E. Tanque Verde Rd. (520) 296-7878 78 W. River Rd. (520) 888-7878 A pair of great, full-service restaurants with artisan pizza, Italian specialties and a nice craft beer selection. Voted Tucson’s Best Casual Dining Restaurant. Zona features a nice selection of popular and locally-brewed brands such as Borderlands and Dragoon.

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of “ThoSe Who Kill” ON A&E NETWOrk •Your character, forensic psychologist Thomas Schaeffer, is brilliant but troubled, and his pursuit of serial killers is damaging to him. What do you think of him?

We identify as human beings with flawed individuals. One of the things that’s really fabulous about television is people get to explore those parts of themselves from a relatively safe vantage point. They can feel emotions that are dangerous to feel, from a pretty safe place. Obviously, in terms of our professions as actors, it’s exciting to play as threedimensional a character as you can.

KFMA ROCK 92 and its sister station KCMT La Caliente 102.1 FM, prepare to change homes as they swap frequencies. As of March 21st, midnight, listeners can tune in to KFMA Rock 92 on the 102.1FM dial. KCMT La Caliente will be available on radio frequencies 92.1 and 101.3FM.

•Did you have to handcuff anybody, or is that out of the realm of a forensic psychologist?

An extensive engineering review in signal strength indicated that both stations target audience will be better served by the switch. Formats and all staff for both stations will remain the same.

I didn’t have to handcuff anyone, which is a shame because I’ve held a lot of guns and handcuffed people, so that would have been easier. I did find some of the forensic speeches a bit tricky. But the biggest challenge for me was, I’ve never done an open-ended TV series before. It’s the first time I’ve done something where I didn’t know what the end was when I accepted the role. It’s the first time I’ve done anything where I didn’t read all the scripts. If you’re shooting a movie, if you wanted to, you could learn the entire movie left, right, upside and down, the first day you walk on the set. But with an open-ended TV show, sometimes the scripts are coming 48 hours before you shoot.Not in a bad way, but it was a real challenge.

“This is an exciting opportunity for KFMA to both enhance and expand the station throughout greater Tucson.”

–Chris Firmage, KFMA Program Director “This change is exciting because our La Caliente audience will be better served. Our coverage will expand to areas where it wasn’t possible for us to be otherwise, especially in areas of the city where there is a high density of Hispanics.” –Enrique Mayans, KCMT La Caliente Program Director For questions or further information, please contact Arizona Lotus General Manager, Steve Groesbeck. SGroesbeck@

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