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Broken Garage Door? AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 7, Issue 19 May 7th, 2014 Brian Muir Publisher brian.muir@azweeklymagazine.com Kevin Kelley Art Director kevin.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com Jeff Haugen Editor jeff.haugen@azweeklymagazine.com Tami Kelley Office Manager tami.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com FILM! writers Stan Robinson • Randy Montgomery Joseph Airdo LIVE! Music Writer Kim Naugle kim.naugle@azweeklymagazine.com SALES STAFF Chey Tor (602) 487-3975 chey.tor@azweeklymagazine.com Sheree Kamenetsky (480) 235-2114 ShereeK@azweeklymagazine.com PHOTOGRAPHER Tavit Daniel Tavit.Daniel@gmail.com TavitsPhotography.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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MASTERS OF FUNK 2014 TOUR

Bar-Kays, Ohio Players, Con Funk Shun, Dazz Band, Mary Jane Girls & More Saturday, May 31st at Celebrity Theatre UrbanAZ welcomes the Masters of Funk 2014 tour starring the Bar-Kays, Con Funk Shun, Dazz Band, Ohio Players, Mary Jane Girls and Taste of Honey at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 31st at the historic Celebrity Theatre. A portion of the proceeds benefits Young Athletes in Motion. Hailing from Memphis, TN Rock And Roll Hall of Famers the Bar-Kays scored dozens of charting singles from the 1960s-1980s, like “Soul Finger,” “Son of Shaft,” “Boogie Body Land,” “Freak Show On The Dance Floor,” “Sex-OMatic” and “Dirty Dancer.” Their first album since 1988, Grown Folks, was a collaboration with Bar-Kays’ James Alexander’s son Jazze Pha. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets ($30, $38 and $58) are on sale now at Celebrity Theatre or online at www. celebritytheatre.com. To charge by phone, call 602-267-1600 ext.1. All tickets are subject to a surcharge. Celebrity Theatre is conveniently located just 4 blocks south of the 202 freeway, at 440 N. 32nd St., in Phoenix.

Help honor our fallen heroes and brave service members at the 4th Annual Memorial Day Ride presented by Sanderson Ford. All proceeds benefit Veterans First and Soldier’s Best Friend charities. The ride starts at Sanderson Ford and ends with an after party in Westgate’s WaterDance Plaza from noon to 3pm, complete with live music and well-known Valley radio personalities. Visit aztributerides. com for details.

recent album “Recess.” Alvin recently embarked on his “New Moon Tour” stopping in select cities in the U.S. and Mexico.  To purchase tickets, visit www.sletickets.com. For VIP table and Cabana reservations contact host at VIP@MayaClubAZ.com.

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a delicious feast. He’s earned his day. Father’s Day is the one time of the year that you get to show Dad how much you truly appreciate him. With everything he does for you, you’re not going to thank him with yet another necktie, are you? A family affair, Man Brunch rewards Dad with a manly hearty breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, waffles, hash browns, coffee and juice. All racing equipment, a high-speed kart race, race results sheet proving the family winner, and a special gift for Dad are included. Reservations are required for the Man Brunch and are available online at octaneraceway. com/manbrunch or by calling 602.302. RACE. Octane Raceway is located in the Scottsdale Pavilions at Talking Stick shopping center. 9119 E. Indian Bend Rd, Scottsdale, AZ.

R&B CROONER ANTHONY HAMILTON LIVE FATHER’S DAY 5 ANNUAL MAN BRUNCH AT OCTANE RACEWAY

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America’s best kart racing facility, Octane Raceway which features the country’s only 1/3 mile permanent indoor/outdoor track, is welcoming all Dads that have a need for speed. Show dad some unique love on Father’s Day. He’s taught you right from wrong. He makes sure that anything with an electronic component works like a charm. Armed with charcoal and tongs, he can turn any raw meat into

DJ ALVIN RISK “NEW MOON TOUR” AT MAYA DAY + NIGHTCLUB Friday, May 9th at 9pm

DJ Alvin Risk will perform at Maya Day + Nightclub for his “New Moon Tour” in Scottsdale, Ariz on Friday, May 9. The Washington D.C. electronic music producer, singer and DJ collaborated with Skrillex in October 2013 and released “Try It Out (Neon Mix),” which was the lead single from Skrillex’s

Grammy-award winning singer Anthony Hamilton will perform live in concert at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, May 23rd at the historic Celebrity Theatre. Anthony Hamilton’s arresting voice—a favorite staple on the R&B music scene since 2003—provided the perfect accompaniment to Jill Scott’s earthy vocals on the captivating duet “So in Love.” Their dynamic pairing also set a record: 18 weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Urban Adult Contemporary chart, tying with Maxwell for the most consecutive weeks atop the tally. The single, in turn, helped propel Scott’s album, The Continued on page 8

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YOUR GUIDE TO THE BEST LOCAL DRINKS, DINES & GOOD TIMES Prescott Highland Games Saturday, May 10 - May 11 Bag pipes, kilts, and feats of Scottish strength. Watson Lake Park Highway 89 at Willow Lake Rd., Prescott chamberorganizer.com Domingo Degrazia Spanish Guitar Band Friday, May 9 Live music in the garden. Desert Botanical Garden 1201 N. Galvin Pkwy., Phoenix 480-941-1225 dbg.org Schenpf Farm Peach Festival Saturday, May 10 Sunday, May 18

Prescott Fine Art & Wine Festival Saturday, May 10 - May 11 Fine art and wine on the Historic Courthouse Plaza.

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...Continued from page 5 Light of the Sun, to a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets ($39, $49 and $59) are on sale now at Celebrity Theatre or online at www. celebritytheatre.com. To charge by phone, call 602-267-1600 ext.1. All tickets are subject to a surcharge. Celebrity Theatre is conveniently located just 4 blocks south of the 202 freeway, at 440 N. 32nd St., in Phoenix.

remains new and fresh, even to audiences that have seen multiple concerts. Mariachi Vargas De Tacalitlan is the gold standard in mariachi music. Tickets are on sale now. 7:00PM Doors, 8:00PM Showtime. Players Club Card Discounts available only at the Box Office. Please visit www. wingilariver.com for more information.

FREE MAY EVENTS FOR MOTHER’S DAY AT SMOCA! Odyssey Family Day / Sun, May 10th

SMoCA invites families to take a magical journey this Mother’s Day to see the Museum completely transformed into a kaleidoscopic wonderland for Odyssey Family Day. All adults must be accompanied by a child (and all children must bring an adult!) to explore the Museum’s fantastic new enchanting realms. Each of SMoCA’s galleries will have a different colorful and imaginative environment inspired by weather and the natural world and each room will host a unique arts & crafts activity. A spectrum of lively characters, playful acrobats and aerialists, mysterious magicians and spritely creatures welcome you throughout your

BILLY JOEL LIVE AT US AIRWAYS CENTER Sunday, June 1st at 8pm

Billy Joel will perform at US Airways Center on Sunday, June 1st at 8 pm.  The performance marks Billy Joel’s first solo headlining appearance in the market in eight years. This show also marks his 6th ever performance at US Airways Center -- which earns him the honor of being the first-ever inductee as a US Airways Center Entertainment Legend. Billy Joel has received six GRAMMY® Awards, including the prestigious Grammy Legend Award. He has been inducted into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has received numerous industry awards. His music has also served as the inspiration and score for the hit Tony Award-winning Broadway play “Movin’ Out.” Tickets are now on sale at USAirwaysCenter. com

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Odyssey experience. The afternoon also features face painting, circus performers from the Circus School of Arizona (CSA) and tasty treats from local food trucks. Visit www.sccarts. org for more information as well as complete details on each event.

BURLESQUE AT W SCOTTSDALE Thursdays at 9pm

An evening filled with flirty delights and sophisticated seduction; enjoy a burlesque show starting at 9PM in the Living Room at W Scottsdale. Mix and mingle while listening to the sounds of a four-piece jazz and blues band, which includes a soulful singer, pianist, bass guitarist and drummer. The band will cover hits from movies such as Moulin Rouge, Chicago and Burlesque. A DJ will be added on selected nights to play along with the band. In addition to live music, dancers will perform six, two-minute routines, every 30 minutes throughout the evening, complementing the live jazz music. For more information please visit www. wscottsdaletickets.com. For VIP table and cabana reservations, contact VIP@ Triyar.com or call 602.405.0099.

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Bike Night is back at Westgate Entertainment District and it is going to be bigger than ever with over 1,200 motorcycles. The highly anticipated weekly series from Westgate, in association with CycleRides.com, is expected to bring in over 200 attendees to enjoy the biggest bike night in the Valley with screaming deals and discounts from select Westgate locations, live music and more.  Event details: 

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MULTI-PLATINUM RECORD ARTIST GIPSY KINGS LIVE May 25th at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino

GRAMMY winners Gipsy Kings will be returning to the States this May for the second leg of the group’s 25th Anniversary Tour, with a stop here in Chandler on May 25th at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino. The band will be performing shows in Florida, Texas, Arizona, New Jersey, the Mid West, and Canada.    Opening for the Gipsy Kings will be Ole Noys, comprised of Mickael Baliardo, Cosso Baliardo and Yohan Reyes, sons of the Gipsy Kings Toninno Baliardo and Nicolas Reyes.  Ole Noys’ music is a mixture of old gipsy folk songs mixed with the more contemporary sounds of today.  Gipsy Kings’ album, SAVOR FLAMENCO on Knitting Factory Records, is the group’s first new release in six years.  SAVOR FLAMENCO also marks The Gipsy Kings’ 25th Anniversary of their first U.S. Release, GIPSY KINGS in 1987.  It is also the first time that the Kings have produced themselves and written all of their material.

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May 22nd – June 1st at Dorrance Theatre Join Ballet Arizona at the intimate Dorrance Theatre for an evening of captivating new choreography. Ib Andersen’s commitment to dance innovation and encouragement of emerging choreographers finds a home in Ballet Arizona’s new space. Don’t miss being a part of this new tradition to support the cultivation of young dance-makers. May 22 - June 1. Call 602- 381-1096 or visit www.balletaz.org for more information.

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Phoenix Center for the Arts is proud to partner with Valley Leadership Class 35 to present an innovative new art mobile program that will bring free arts education directly to communities where little or no art opportunities currently exist. The joint venture, Art4All, will launch their official Art4All Mobile program on May 14, 2014 at the Jerry Colangelo Boys and Girls Club of Phoenix, located at 1755 N. 34th Avenue.   The program begins at 3:00 p.m. and will continue until 5:00 p.m. Hiphop classes and visual art programs will be provided to students at the Club. Year-round programming will be offered to Boys and Girls Clubs around the Phoenix Metro area. Programs will seamlessly integrate visual and creative arts with STEM

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subjects; science, technology, engineering, and math. Adding Arts to STEM education develops young minds to think creatively about STEM subjects. Following the bookmobile model, Art4All classes will deliver programming which features mural painting, creative writing, ceramics, percussion, and dance to underserved and at-risk communities. The program will use the power of art to help young people become innovative thinkers and apply creative solutions to complex problems. To learn more about this program, visit Art4AllAZ.org. For information: info@ phoenixcenterforthearts.org or 602254-3100

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION AT PHOENIX ART MUSEUM Illustrating the History of the Photographic Book 

The latest photography exhibition at Phoenix Art Museum walks visitors through the five-step process involved in the creation of a photographic book. On display are fifteen books published from 1930 to 2013 by nine celebrated photographic artists including Ansel Adams, Edward Weston, Richard Avedon, and W. Eugene Smith. As a vocal proponent of the photographic book, American photographer Ansel Adams helped pave the way for photographers to embrace the book as a medium to organize, disseminate, and promote their work. Presented alongside the books themselves are archive objects— including proposals, correspondence, drafts, expense reports, and marketing plans— to help illustrate the artists’ role in every aspect of a book from design to production.  For more information about the The Process and the Page: Developing Photographic Books exhibition please visit phxart.org

“HART TO HEART” AT THEATRE ARTISTS STUDIO May 9th – 18th

Join us for a celebration of the Lyrics of Lorenz Hart. During the 24-year association between Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart, they wrote more than 550 songs, 28 Broadway shows and eight movie musicals. Hart to Heart explores the magical composition of what a “Larry” Hart lyric was like: Its rapier wit, unexpected rhymes and sparkling content. Over


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Opera recently announced its new 2014-15 Season including the world’s first Mariachi opera, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna, a new production of the Tchaikovsky masterpiece Eugene Onegin and crowd pleasing masterpieces of  Rigoletto, The Magic Flute and The Daughter of the Regiment. Those interested in contributing to the Million Dollar May Challenge Grant may do so online atwww.azopera.org or by calling Mark Saville, Associate Director of Development at 602.218.7337.

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40 songs by this talented pair will be presented in a cabaret setting. Some will be familiar; others not. But they will “Bewitch, Bother and Bewilder” as we follow them from Broadway to Hollywood and back. On demand, Saturday matinees have also been added on May 10 and 17, so there will be eight performances total. Show times are 7:30 pm on Fridays; 2:00 pm and 7:30 pm on Saturdays and 2:00 pm on Sundays. Box Office: 602-765-0120 or online at www.thestudiophx.org. Theatre Artists Studio, 4848 E. Cactus Rd, #406, Scottsdale.                          

ARIZONA OPERA RECEIVES $500,000 CHALLENGE GRANT  Anonymous Donor Gives Deadline of June 30 for Company to Raise Matching Funds Pleased with the overwhelming transformation that Arizona Opera has achieved in just 12 months, an anonymous donor announced a $500,000 matching challenge grant today with a deadline of June 30, 2014 in order to claim the gift. When conveying the terms of the gift, the donor expressed appreciation for the efforts of the Arizona Opera’s new administration in revitalizing its statewide community engagement, paying down its accumulated debt, holding its expenses steady, and executing a full season of artistically extraordinary performances in Tucson and Phoenix. The goal of the challenge is to raise an additional $500,000 by the end of the Opera’s fiscal year on June 30. Any new or increased donation to Arizona Opera over and above an annual gift may be applied to the challenge and will help the company achieve a record-setting second consecutive Million Dollar May. Last year, General Director Ryan Taylor took the helm of the struggling company, leading a successful campaign to raise $1 million in May of 2013, with 100% participation of its Board of Trustees, Staff, and patrons.  Since then, the Opera embarked on its 2013-14 Season and just weeks ago, announced a major multi-year title sponsorship with CopperPoint Mutual, which will further assist the Opera’s efforts to fully eliminate its accumulated deficit. The

PROMUSICA PRESENTS HAYDN’S THE CREATION May 17th & 18th

ProMusica Arizona has joined forces with the Circus School of Arizona (CSA) to present a dramatic and inspiring performance of The Creation featuring not only the music of Joseph Haydn’s interpretation of the beginning of the world, but aerial artistry designed to add visual drama to the concert. This exciting collaboration presents a unique opportunity for audience members to not only hear the aweinspiring music presented by the entire chorale and orchestra, but also see aerialists interpret the unfolding drama.

Former high school sweethearts cross paths and rekindle their love through the music of Burt Bacharach and Hal David.

Performances will be on May 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Boulder Creek High School Performing Arts Center, 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway, Anthem and May 18 at 4:00 p.m. at Camelback Bible Church, 3900 E. Stanford, Paradise Valley. Tickets for The Creation are available online at www.pmaz.org and also at Andrew Z’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry located in Anthem’s Safeway Shopping Center at the intersection of Gavilan Peak Parkway and Anthem Way in Anthem.

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Stan Robinson’s reviews reflect the insights of an insider. With over 20 years of film and television production experience, Stan uses his behind-thescenes 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 Movies@StanRobinson.org.

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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 Randyjay7694@yahoo.com.

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Joseph J. Airdo’s remarks represent the analytical perspective. A producer of, and film columnist for, “Breakthrough Entertainment,” a talk radio show airing 9 a.m. to Noon Saturdays on KPHX 1480 AM that shines a spotlight on the practical perspectives of the topics and themes explored in movies. E-mail him at joseph. airdo@gmail.com.

Herb Stratford’s perspective on film is story first. Herb watches thousands of films a year as he programs the Napa Valley film fest in Napa, CA. Catch Herb on KVOI 1030 AM’s ‘Wake Up Tucson’ radio show every Friday morning at 7:30am, KVOA-TV (NBC), and KMSB-TV (Fox) every Thursday. Email him at Herb@ artsandcultureguy.com

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Gugu Mbatha-Raw plays the illegitimate mixed race daughter of a Royal Navy Admiral (Matthew Goode) who is raised by her aristocratic great-uncle (Tom Wilkinson) and his wife (Emily Watson). (PG - 104 minutes)

Fanny Ardant plays a retired dentist who attends a class for computer users and falls in love with her significantly younger lecturer despite already being married to a man who eventually uncovers the affair. (NR - 94 minutes)

Stan: Like the time travel portal view to historical events surrounding the freeing of slaves in the US in 1863 as Steven Spielberg’s film ‘Lincoln’ (2012) depicted, so too does this moving drama by director Amma Asante provides the historical view of the circumstances of Lord Mansfield’s role as Lord Chief Justice to end slavery in England almost a hundred years before that of the US is a ‘must see’ for historical education.

Stan: Enjoying the French/English language view of presenting an age old theme of forbidden love, the consequences and devastating effects on companions, adultery, and the aspects of retirement without purpose of accomplishment to fill the days, this film prompted feelings of delight as this reviewer retired eight years ago, has enjoyed the relevance of purpose and a relationship, while maintaining a firm moral center.

Sarah Drew plays one of several moms who entrust their children to their husbands for a few hours so that they can have a much deserved grown-up evening of dinner and conversation, only to discover that everything goes horribly wrong as a result. (PG - 98 minutes)

‘The Wedding Video’ Lucy Punch and Robert Webb play a newly married couple whose best man (Rufus Hound) decides to capture their wedding on video and present them with it as a gift. (NR 94 minutes) Joseph: “The Wedding Video” could have been a laugh riot had it remained relatively plotless and focused on the quirky characters that come together from separate families when two people take one another’s hands in holy matrimony rather than simply being your typical romantic comedy fashioned as a found-footage flick.

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Joseph: “Moms’ Night Out” may be the most entertaining faith-based flick you will ever see, drawing viewers in with a lot of laughs while dispensing a very admirable message about how one does not need to be a perfect parent in order to be a remarkable role model. Best of all, it allows the significance of this sidesplitting story to be brought out organically.

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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.

Writer/Director Steven Knight (‘Locke’) By Joseph J. Airdo In “Locke,” Tom Hardy plays a successful construction manager whose life is drastically changed by a series of phone calls while he drives. “I think that film has traditionally chosen for its topics things that are conventionally dramatic; things that are going to make the papers - like murder, espionage and drug deals. In most people’s lives, the drama is more domestic - but it is no less important. In this story, something happens that, for the people involved, is the end the

world. It is the end of the marriage. It is the end of a whole way of life for someone. “As we all live our day-to-day lives, we have these dramas that are not considered to be worthy of going on the screen, but my theory was that when people sit down in the theater ... and look at the screen, if they see someone that they recognize - if they are looking in the mirror, facing a situation that they are familiar with - I think that can have a very profound effect on them.

“I chose someone like Ivan Locke because he is the most ordinary man in the world. His job is very ordinary. He is dealing with concrete, which is considered to be very boring. But I think what the film sort of suggests is that every life is a movie. Everybody is the hero of their film. Ivan behaves like a hero because he chooses to and because he decides to do the right thing in a very ordinary domestic situation.” Steven Knight

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Actor Sean Astin (‘Mom’s Night Out’) By Joseph J. Airdo “I am sort of playing a character much like myself - a husband and a father of several children - somebody who is working hard and trying to do the right thing in the world who finds himself sometimes a little bit out of ammo in how to be a great husband and how to be a great father. He has to both lean on his wife and try his best to support her. “With this film, I didn’t draw from my own life - it was my own life. The big

difference is that the character in the movie is maybe a little bit better than I am. He doesn’t hesitate to be supportive when he is supposed to whereas I think I wouldn’t get as good a grade. While watching this film, my kids and my wife are going to think, ‘How is it that when you are on the screen you know exactly what to do and when you are here with us you still have... let’s say, room for improvement?’

“I think that there is an absolute invaluable takeaway for me from my character. What it does is just remind me to really try, and, be supportive of my spouse; to be there, to be present and to be the best that I can be for my family. I don’t know that it taught me anything new - but it is certainly a reminder of the importance of that.” Sean Astin

Exclusive Special Feature! Tribeca Film Fest By Herb Stratford The thirteenth annual Tribeca Film Festival unspooled in theatres throughout lower Manhattan from April 16-27, and I was there for a few days to see what’s about to hit the multiplex. This year, a solid lineup of both documentary and narrative features were screened, and a few of my favorites included the following: “The One I Love” is an unconventional love story about a couple trying to recapture their lost marital “magic.” The film stars Mad Men’s Elizabeth Moss and Mark Duplas and will be in theatres August 15.

The drama “Match” features Patrick Stewart as a former ballet star with a mysterious past, and a nosey couple who start to ask too many questions. The film features a fantastic performance by Stewart that is both sweetly funny and dark at turns. “Slaying the Badger,” is a new documentary about Greg LeMond’s Tour De France victories in 1986 and 1987. It looks behind the scenes at the battles off the course that LeMond faced in his quest to be the first American to win the grueling race.

In“Third Person,” the new film from acclaimed director Paul Haggis (Crash) three couples stories are woven together filled with love, loss and redemption in Paris, Rome and New York. The film opens in late June. Other films of note included the directorial debut from “Friends” alumni Courteney Cox entitled “Loitering With Intent,” and the documentary “Super Duper Alice

Cooper” about the legendary Arizonabased shock rock icon. Keep your eyes out for these films, which are sure to be out soon.

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FIERY FEUDS TO REV UP YOUR RACING MOOD! Driver gets wrecked, becomes overwhelmed with fury and races towards the driver deemed responsible. It’s a fact of life in the high-stakes world of stock car racing and comes with a long history of intense feuds, both on and off the track. Let’s take a look at some of the most notorious beefs and battles the sport of racing has seen throughout the years. Those under the millions of watchful eyes fans eagerly follow with mega doses of fiery interest and opinion. Enter….

EQUUS LUXURY SEDAN Test & Photos by Chad Haire The Equus Sedan seen here has a price tag of $61,920. Did you know it’s made by Hyundai? Yep, a Korean car that costs this much. But the alternative with similar equipment is its nearest competitor, the Lexus LS-460 at $82K. Under the hood is a potent V-8 cranking out 429 horsepower, hooked to a slick 8-speed automatic gearbox. The cabin has all the luxury items we expect, from leather trim, a great sound system, and power toys. The ride is very comfortable, and with low wind noise, a great drive on long trips.

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For those who want more performance, simply press the “sport” button on the console. It stiffens the suspension and steering, and gives crisper transmission shifts. Either way, the fuel mileage is rated at 15/23 mpg, which is what we got. It was about a decade ago that Hyundai was only making cheaper versions of Japanese economy cars. It’s amazing that they are now able to produce a world class luxury machine like this. For those who like status brands, you will be happy to know there are no Hyundai markings on the car, just the Equus symbol. If anyone asks, you can tell them it’s the new Lexus.

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LOGANO vs. HAMLIN MARCH 2013 Joey Logano (wall) and Denny Hamlin (spinning) began their heated rivalry at the infamous Daytona International Speedway in February 2013. Once the race was over, the two engaged in a Twitter war criticizing one another’s driving styles. Things really came to a head at Bristol in March, a race in which the two were in contention for the lead when Hamlin tagged his former teammate Logano, who spun and hit the wall. After the race, Logano confronted Hamlin in his car and a minor scuffle with Hamlin’s crew ensued. Again, the two took to Twitter for disparaging remarks. Then at Auto Club Speedway in late March, the pair made contact again when fighting for the lead, this time with Logano’s car taking on minor damage and Hamlin slamming into the inner wall at the track and suffering a compression fracture in his back.

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STAN ROBINSON’S ‘KID PICKS’ Live Bands On Friday & Saturday 5PM Sunset Music Cruises

‘Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return’ ~ Many of us grew up with the classic live action black & white version that turned into color when Dorothy visited the land of Oz in ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (1939). Now is the opportunity to introduce the young ones in the family to Dorothy on the big screen. In this animated story, Dorothy wakes up in post-tornado Kansas, only to be whisked back to Oz to try to save her old friends the Scarecrow, the Lion, the Tin Man and Glinda from a devious new villain, the Jester. Wiser the owl, Marshal Mallow, China Princess and Tugg the tugboat join Dorothy on her latest magical journey through the colorful landscape of Oz to restore order and happiness to Emerald City!

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Opening in theaters on Friday, May 9th 2014. Directed by Will Finn & Dan St. Pierre; screenplay by Randi Barnes from the novel by Roger S. Baum; starring the voices of Dan Aykroyd, James Belushi, Kelsey Grammer, Lea Michele, Tacey Adams, Michael Krawic, Martin Short, Bernadette Peters, Randi Vamos Soyland, Oliver Platt, and Hugh Dancy. (Rated PG - 88 minutes)

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‘HOLLYWOOD COSTUME’ Thru July 6th at Phoenix Art Museum This multimedia exhibition straight from London spans a century of cinematic costume design, featuring outfits worn in films ranging from “The Wizard of Oz” and “My Fair Lady” to “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” and “The Dark Knight Rises.” It’s certain to be a crowd-favorite event at the Phoenix Art

Museum, which proudly boasts one of the best fashion-design collections in the country. Thru Sunday, July 6. Phoenix Art Museum, 1625 N. Central Ave. $20; $10 for ages 6-17; free for age 5 or younger. 602-257-1222, phxart.org.

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KIDS TO PARKS DAY AT PATAGONIA LAKE STATE PARK

May 17th 2014 Celebrate Kids to Parks Day on May 17, 2014 as proclaimed by Governor Janice K. Brewer. Kids to Parks Day empowers kids and encourages families to get outdoors and visit parks. It is important to introduce a new generation to our parks and encourage them to lead more active lifestyles to combat the issues of childhood obesity, diabetes mellitus, hypertension and hypercholesterolemia. Kids to Parks Day is open to all children and adults across the country to encourage a large and diverse group of participants.

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Mars Needs Moms 8 p.m. on DISNEY There’s nothing quite like an alien abduction to bond a parent and child, and that’s what sparks this animated 2011 Disney fantasy. Seth Green supplies the voice of a youngster whose mother (voice by Joan Cusack) is targeted by Martians; when they kidnap her, he stows away on a spaceship to go to her rescue. Additional voice cast members include Green’s fellow

For information about all 27 Arizona State Parks, the Trails and Off-Highway Vehicle Programs and State Historic Preservation Office call (602) 542-4174 (outside of the Phoenix metro area call toll-free (800) 285-3703). Campsite reservations can be made online at AZStateParks.com or by calling the Reservation Call Center at (520) 5862283. Open 7 days a week, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. MST. Follow AZStateParks on Twitter and Facebook.

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A Simple Wish 6:15 a.m. on HBO In this 1997 family film, Martin Short stars as Murray, a bumbling fairy godfather who tries to grant an 8-year-old’s (Mara Wilson) wish that her father (Robert Pastorelli), a Central Park carriage driver, would land the lead role in a Broadway production of “A Tale of Two Cities.” Along the way, Murray faces several obstacles, including a broken magic wand and a pair of evil ex-godmothers (Kathleen Turner, Amanda Plummer).

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WNBA, MERCURY RISING IN PHOENIX By Ben York, Columnist, PhoenixMercury.com On an annual basis from October through May, WNBA fans are in a collective state of withdrawal as the season comes to a close and players migrate overseas to play in various countries. Indeed, women’s college basketball is alive and thriving, but for many people the WNBA and the Phoenix Mercury represent something inherently unique. Not better. Not worse. Just distinctive. And that’s ok. Every Phoenix Mercury fan proudly has their own reasons for loving the team and the WNBA as a whole. Yet there seems to be a pair of fundamental

beliefs that virtually every fan shares regardless of whom their favorite player or team is. Namely, inclusivity and authenticity. Above all else, however, the crucial characteristic that separates the WNBA at its core from nearly every other professional sports organization is the pure, unadulterated respect from its fans. That is to say, fans have an amalgamation of gratefulness, admiration and esteem not just for the players’ remarkable athletic talents, but for how they carry themselves as human beings. Considering the state of the world at the present moment – it’s vital not to overlook how powerful that message is. Players, whether they consciously know it or not, are personifications of individuality.

The message that sends to society is one of encouragement and reassurance – that being who you are is more than enough. And the Phoenix Mercury embodies that creed to perfection. It’s Diana Taurasi’s fearless competitive nature. Penny Taylor’s heart. Candice Dupree’s consistency. DeWanna Bonner’s smile. Brittney Griner’s unwavering message of being proud in your own skin.

That means long-term growth.

“I love Phoenix,” superstar Diana Taurasi said. “You’re playing for an entire city and that’s what keeps me coming back. The fans and people in this city are amazing and they’ve always shown such support for us as a team. We have some new faces this year but I feel good about our chances. We should be tough to beat.”

For the Mercury specifically, their growth in the city of Phoenix has been progressively increasing for years. After all, they have the player whom many consider to be one of (if not the) greatest ever: Diana Taurasi. Couple that with 6-8 dunking phenom Brittney Griner and the Mercury has one of the best shows in town.

Not only is the WNBA growing in terms of attendance, league ratings on ESPN2 increased 28 percent overall in 2013 and Brittney Griner’s jersey was the league’s top seller. Undoubtedly, the Mercury looks to add and surpass that excitement in 2014 with the WNBA All-Star Game to be played in Phoenix on July 19.

“We’re heading in the right direction,” said Brittney Griner. “I think people are seeing the product on the court and realize that coming to a WNBA game is fun and exciting. The atmosphere is great and the games are intense and super fun to be a part of.”

Certainly, the Mercury seems to be rising in Phoenix – and the team welcomes the support.

By nature, the league has become a vessel for equality. And with athletes on multiple teams who have willingly stepped forward to become voices for fairness and civil rights, progress is being made toward a symbiotic relationship with acceptance and unity.

An original franchise now in its 18th season, the Mercury continues to be at the forefront of the WNBA’s business growth and fan engagement. In 2013, the Mercury’s nearly 10 percent increase in attendance was secondbest in the league overall, and Phoenix added to that in the playoffs; the Mercury averaged 9,560 fans in two home playoff games, including 11,110 on Sept. 21, 2013 against Los Angeles, the team’s best-attended first-round home playoff game in 15 seasons.

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world, becoming the first player in league history to average at least 20.0 points and 6.0 assists in the same season, and first to finish ranked in the top two in both categories since the league’s inception.

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“I feel more comfortable this year,” Brittney Griner added. “I know what to expect. But I’m more excited about us as a team. We really have a great group. We want to see everyone out at US Airways Center on May 17 as we open the season against the Seattle Storm. Trust me; you won’t regret it.” A founding member of the longestrunning, most successful women’s basketball league in the world, this summer the Phoenix Mercury begins its 18th WNBA season.  Behind Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner, the sport’s two highest profile athletes, the Mercury’s chase for the franchise’s third WNBA championship begins May 17. Secure your tickets today by logging on to PhoenixMercury.com or calling 602.252.WNBA.


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D-BACKS TO GIVE AWAY 20,000 T-SHIRTS DESIGNED BY MARK TRUMBO ON MAY 31

The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) will hand out 20,000 T-shirts, courtesy of Fry’s Food Stores, designed by outfielder Mark Trumbo on May 31st when the D-backs host the Cincinnati Reds at Chase Field. Trumbo’s design features his autograph and batting stance on the front set in Sedona Red and Sonoran Sand lettering on a grey T-shirt.

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The D-backs requested feedback from fans on social media and at www.dbacks.com on the playerdesigned T-shirt concept that also included renderings from D-backs’ third baseman Martin Prado and outfielder Cody Ross. Prado’s design featured sayings from the hit movie “Anchorman,” including an image of Prado as Ron Burgundy. Ross’ T-shirt design included a photo of Ross at bat highlighted on the front of the shirt and a replica of the back of his jersey featured on the back. Tickets for the game are available at the Chase Field Box Office, by phone at 602.514.8400 or online at dbacks.com/ tickets.

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10 a.m. on L GOLF; 6 p.m. on L GOLF Golf’s unofficial fifth major gets going today in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., where the PGA Tour’s best tee it up in the Players Championship. Of course, the star of the show on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass is the No. 17 island hole, which has been the scene of some memorable meltdowns over the years. It arguably was the difference last year, when Sergio Garcia’s quadruple bogey there in the final round paved the way for Tiger Woods’ two-stroke victory.

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Race day comes a little early at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, which today hosts IndyCar’s inaugural Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The race, which effectively opens up the venerable Speedway for the entire month of May, is run on the road course previously used for Formula One’s U.S. Grand Prix, though modified to a 14-turn, 2.439-mile layout. Tony Kanaan, Helio Castroneves and James Hinchcliffe will do battle on it in the series’ fourth race of the year.

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5 p.m. on A ESPN Two teams that figure to have a lot to say about who comes out of the NL Central this season clash tonight in the Steel City, where Andrew McCutchen and the Pittsburgh Pirates close out a three-game home series against Yadier Molina and the St. Louis Cardinals. The Bucs got the upper hand when they met the Cards at PNC Park in April, taking two of three.

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Sunday, May 11th   Mother’s Day, Sunday May 11th, only comes around once a year, so why not treat mom to a great day out, starting with brunch at Caballero Grill?   Caballero Grill (www.caballerogrill. com), located at 1800 N. Litchfield Road in Goodyear, is pulling out all the stops to make this brunch their best yet.  New offerings include a made-to-order pasta station, waffle bar and handcarved prime rib.  This is in addition to their usual fare such as their seafood bar, which includes fresh Ceviche, peel-and-eat shrimp and crab legs.  Hot foods include a Taco Bar featuring Carnitas and Southwest Chicken as well as other hot foods from around

the world.  The dessert bar features a variety of fresh fruits, pastries and other sweet delights.     Caballero Grill’s Mother’s Day Champagne Brunch will run from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. The price is $35.00 for adults and $12.00 children under 12.  Adults can choose from Mimosa’s or add on the Bloody Mary bar for just $2 each.   “Mother’s Day is the perfect time to get mom out of the kitchen and into Caballero Grill for our special Mother’s Day brunch, featuring some new items.  It’s the perfect ‘thank you’ for mom’s that do so much throughout the year,” said Paul Fratella, co-founder of Caballero Grill.  “We look forward to

seeing many moms and their families joining us on their special day.”   Caballero Grill offers daily deals as well as their special Sunday Brunch.  They have daily lunch specials from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. as well as daily happy hour which feature more food and drink specials—and runs from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., reverse happy hour runs from 9 until close.  Friday is Ladies night with special drink specials and DJ JP spinning the tunes.     Caballero Grill has a private room for special events or group gatherings; for those that want to serve their favorite Caballero Grill foods at home, can choose from their catering menu.   Both founders of Caballero Grill Paul Fratella and Anthony Guerriero believe in giving back to the local community and have created alliances with several non-profit organizations including Blue Star Mom’s, Soldiers Best Friend, Avondale School District, Sun Canyon Elementary, Millennium High School, Homeless Youth Connection, The Montessori, The New Life Center and other local groups.

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WORDS FROM THE WISE

We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life, is when men are afraid of the Light. -Plato Bring into play the almighty power within you, so that on the  stage of life you can fulfill your high destined role. -Paramahansa Yogananda

A ship is safe in harbor-- but that’s not what ships are for. -John A. Shedd Who in the world am I? Ah, that’s the great puzzle. -Lewis Carroll “I phoned my grandparents and my grandfather said, ‘We saw your movie.’ ‘Which one,’ I said. He shouted, ‘Betty, what was the name of that movie I didn’t like?’” - Brad Pitt

It is not because things are difficult that we do not dare; It is because we do not dare that they are difficult. -Seneca

You can only find truth with logic if you have already found truth without it. -Gilbert Keith Chesterton

I shut my eyes in order to see.

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You’ve been walking in circles, searching. Don’t drink by the water’s edge. Throw yourself in. Become the water. Only then will your thirst end. -Jeanette Berson

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It has been no secret that for the past few years craft beer has been an exploding trend across America. Everywhere you look there are new breweries and craft beer bars opening up. It used to be that ten to twenty tap handles was considered a lot. Now, we routinely see fifty handle bars featuring “No crap on tap” signs and bar owners that eight years ago couldn’t even spell IPA are scrambling to find the most flavorful of the heavily hopped beers. Given all that, it is no wonder that craft beer has grown consistently at double digit rates over the past five years and exceeded 18% in 2013. However, another beverage is coming along for the ride. A beverage that proves , as Bruce Springsteen wrote, “Everything dies, baby that’s a fact, but maybe everything that dies some day comes back…” Such is the case with hard cider.

Hard cider, alcoholic fruit juice, usually from apples, is not a new creation. In fact it has been around ever since someone accidentally let apple juice sit around too long allowing the sugars to ferment from the natural yeasts in the air. Exactly when that happened is unclear. There are records of apple trees along the Nile River delta as early as 1300 BC but nothing to say if cider was produced. The earliest known record of cider dates back to 55 BC when the Romans arrived in England. They found the residents of Kent drinking a cider like beverage and Julius Caesar immediately embraced this new found beverage. Cider began to really become popular around the time of the Norman Conquest, 1066 AD, when orchards were planted specifically to grow cider apples, farm workers were paid in cider and monasteries were producing a strong,

spiced cider which they sold to the public. Who ever thought that there might be Trappist Ciders? American history tells a different tale. Early English settlers introduced cider to America by bringing with them seeds for cultivating cider apples. During the colonial period,

grains did not thrive well and were costly to import. On the other hand, apple orchards were plentiful, making apples cheap and easily obtainable. As a result, hard cider quickly became one of America’s most popular beverages. Consumption of cider increased steadily during the eighteenth century, due in part to the efforts of the legendary Johnny Appleseed, who planted many apple trees in the Midwest. American cider started to wane in popularity when the German immigrants of the mid 1800’s brought with them recipes and methods for brewing beer that allowed them to set up large breweries and produce a large amount to sell relatively inexpensively. That coupled with the early rumblings of the Temperance Movement slowly led to the demise of hard cider in this country. Prohibition all but killed it off. Cider was still made in very small batches at home. Typically this was accomplished by allowing regular apple juice or nonalcoholic cider to ferment Continued On Page 34...

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Five East Valley Breweries Rally Together During American Craft Beer Week to Raise Money for Local Youth Organization

  With a goal to collectively sell 10,000 pints of beer, five east valley breweries are teaming up during American Craft Beer Week to raise awareness and money to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of the East Valley.  Participating breweries include SanTan Brewing, Arizona Wilderness, The Perch, Huss Brewing & Desert Eagle Brewery.   American Craft Beer Week runs for one week each May, this year it’s from May 12-18. This is a time of celebration among brewers and beer lovers across the country; it’s an exciting time for brewers to express unified enthusiasm and to demonstrate craft beer camaraderie through collaborations. In 2013, breweries in all 50 states organized a total of 1,269 events in celebration of American Craft Beer Week – that’s a lot of beer celebrating!   “Breweries are supported by their communities; they’re an extension of the people who support them. The Boys & Girls Clubs represent the community and their efforts change the lives of the children that will one day be the leaders of our communities. For us at Arizona Wilderness, it’s a no brainer to support them,” said Jonathan Buford, owner and brewer at Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company.   During American Craft Beer Week, May 12-18, anytime patrons purchase a pint of beer, the breweries will donate a penny. It’s that simple. So, be sure to stop by one or all of the participating breweries and raise a glass to Arizona craft beer, community and philanthropy. Visit www.clubzona.org for more information about the Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley.

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...Continued from page 32 naturally, much as the early ciders were made. This beverage, sometimes freeze distilled and called Applejack, was an alternative to the bathtub gin of Prohibition and continued to be enjoyed in individual households. However improved evaporative distillation methods which removed the impurities that freeze distillation left in, ensured that Applejack would never replace more traditional spirits. Cider sort of plodded along through the years until the craft beer movement started in the mid 1970’s with the opening of the New Albion Brewery by pioneer brewer Jack McAuliffe. Slowly, as old boundaries were pushed in the production of beer, brewers and consumers started looking for different flavors and naturally looked to the past to update and hopefully improve nostalgic recipes. Such was the case for cider. While cider had remained in production in Europe, mostly England and France, Americans no longer had a cider tradition so they created new brands, ones that had more commercial opportunity then the more expensive imports. The wheels of the cider industry were slowly turning again. Apple at first and then some creativity introduced other fruits into the mix. Pear, Peach and Raspberry ciders were all produced, although in truth, many of these were just apple ciders with flavoring added. These beverages typically had one thing in common, they were sweet, sometimes cloyingly so. They became another Zima like beverage, not beer, but close enough for people to drink

and enjoy with beer drinkers. Still the popularity grew, and folks that had enjoyed flavored malt beverages like Zima started to flock to ciders and brewers found that ciders blended well with certain beers allowing the flavors in the beer to take some of the edge off the sweetness of the cider and the fruit in the cider to enhance the beer. Stout and cider has become a popular combination. One company in particular started looking at different ways to produce cider, and perhaps find flavors that went beyond sweet. Inspired by the English who make drier ciders and serve them over ice Crispin Ciders was born. Based in Minneapolis but with their cidery located in Northern California wine country, Crispin has re-invented cider once again. Their flagship cider is dry and served over ice. It has a pronounced difference from most American and even Canadian ciders. But that is not all they do. This is a creative bunch and experimentation is natural. Of course they have a fruit cider lineup, sold under the Fox Barrel label which includes a pear cider of course, but also a blackberry pear and an apricot pear cider. This creativity has become their hallmark and has extended well beyond fruit. How about a cider made with Trappist beer yeast and a little organic maple syrup? They’ve got that and it is called The Saint. Brewed with stout yeast and unfiltered…Lansdowne. Sake yeast and organic rice syrup… they’ve got Cho-Tokkyu. They even pay homage to the English ciders with their Brownslane cider which they have Continued on page 35

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With all this creativity, it is no wonder that pundits have dubbed them the “Dogfish Head of Cider.” But wait, there is more. Just as Dogfish Head comes up with seemingly crazy ideas for beer, Crispin brings the outlandish to the cider world and makes it work. Desert Noir was created especially for an Arizona based beer event, but this combination of cider aged in whiskey barrels and cider aged in red wine oak barrels, and then sweetened up just a little with Agave Nectar and Prickly Pear syrup was so good that it was released nationally. Other special releases have included a straight bourbon barrel aged cider called The Jacket and one called The Union, created to celebrate the recent royal wedding. It is a combined fermentation, a marriage, of equal amounts of pure apple & pear juices using authentic French champagne yeast, with organic honey and kissed with a touch of rose water.

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Another cider getting ready to hit Arizona is Rocky Mountain Cider Company’s Wild Cider. Based in Firestone, Colorado, this cider company is doing some interesting things with the apple. While most ciders have far more than 20 grams of sugar per serving, Wild Cider weighs in at only 14 grams. This cider is pleasant, refreshing and no cloying sweetness. Year round flavors include Apple, Berry and Pineapple. Seasonal offerings will include Pumpkin and Apple Pie. All flavors will be offered in draft and 16 ounce cans. So there you have it, a short history of cider. The important thing to remember about cider is that it tastes great and is a refreshing alternative to beer. So, occasionally, when your palate may tire of hops and grains and such, reach for a cider. Try something different, blend your cider with Breckenridge Vanilla Porter or Blue Moon, or try a cider cocktail. The American craft beer movement has depended on people searching for new flavors and unsatisfied with the status quo. Ciders help open up that world of taste just a little more.

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George and Dragon 4240 North Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012-1812 Ask For: Fat Tire, Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Grand Canyon Pilsner

Half Moon Sports Grill 288 E. Greenway Parkway, Phoenix Ask for: Sonoran White Chocolate, SanTan Hopshock, New Belgium Fat Tire Hazelwoods 1st Place 3226 East Indian School Phoenix, AZ 85018 Ask For: Moose Drool/Big Sky IPA / Trout Slayer Lost Leaf Gallery 914 N. 5th St. Phoenix 85004 Ask for: Fox Barrel Pear Cider, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Abita Purple Haze Magnums 731 E. Union Hills Dr. Phoenix 85024 Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Tripel Karmeliet, St. Bernardus ABT 12

Moto 6845 N. 16th St. Phoenix 85016 Ask for: Left Hand Sawtooth Nitro, New Belgium Seasonals, SanTan Epicenter

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Boulders on Broadway 530 W. Broadway Rd. Tempe 85282 Ask for: Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, New Belium Ranger IPA, Lost Coast Great White

Half Moon Sports Grill 2121 E. Highland Avenue, Phoenix Ask for: New Belgium Ranger, SanTan Seasonal Releases, Sonoran White Chocolate

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North Mountain Brewing 522 E. Dunlap, Phoenix 85020 Ask for: New Belgium Rampant Imperial IPA, College Street Big Blue Van and any of N. Mountain’s own hand-crafted ales

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O.H.S.O 4900 E. Indian School Road Phoenix, AZ Ask for: Grand Canyon Raspberry Wheat, Thunder Canyon Good Vibrations IPA, Papago Coconut Joe Sun Up Brewery 322 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix 85012 Ask for: Trooper IPA, Armadillo Red, Light Rail Cream Ale The Yard House 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix 85050 Ask for: Gulden Draak, Lost Coast Great White, Alaskan Amber ZIPPS Sports Grill 3647 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, 85018 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, New Belgium 1554 TEMPE Bison Witches 21 E. 6th St. Tempe 85281 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Big Sky Moose Drool, Breckenridge Avalanche Amber Boston’s 400 West University Dr Tempe 85281

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Flanny’s Bar & Grill 1805 E. Elliot Rd. Tempe, 85284 Ask For: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Green Flash Hop Head Red, SanTan Seasonals Four Peaks Brewery 1340 E. 8th St.  Tempe 85281 Ask for: Kilt Lifter, 8th St. Ale, Hop Knot IPA Gordon Biersch 420 S. mill Ave. Tempe 85281 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner HandleBar and Grill 680 S. Mill Avenue, Tempe – New Belgium Abbey Ale, Sonoran White Chocolate ale, Green Flash Hop Head Red Lucky Break Billiards, Bar and Grill 1807 E. Baseline Road Tempe AZ 85283 Featuring SanTan Seasonals, Abita Purple Haze, Leinenkugel Seasonals.

Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Big Sky Moose Drool, Alaskan Amber Tavern on Mill 404 s Mill Ave Tempe, 85281 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Ballast Point Pale Ale, Green Flash West Coat IPA Thirsty Lion 2000 East Rio Salado Parkway, Tempe Marketplace Tempe, AZ 85281 Ask for: Fat Tire, Alaskan Amber, Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale World of Beer 526 S. Mill Avenue, Tempe Left Hand Milk Stout, Wittekerke, St. Bernardus ABT 12 Yucca Tap Room 29 W. Southern Ave. Tempe 85282 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Bell’s Oberon, Left Hand Polestar Pils WEST SIDE Caballero Grill 1800 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, SanTan Gordo Stout, Blue Moon

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Macayo’s Depot Cantina 300 South Ash Avenue Tempe, AZ 85281 Fat Tire, New Belgium Seasonals, SanTan Devils Ale Mellow Mushroom 740 South Mill Avenue Tempe, AZ 85281-3629 Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, Abita Purple Haze, Big Sky Moose Drool Taste of Tops 403 W. University Dr. Tempe 85251

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2401 W. Westgate Blvd. Glendale 85305 Ask for: Kiltlifter and Stone IPA, Fat Tire Bottles Thunderbird Roadhouse 3549 W. Thunderbird Road Phoenix 85053 Ask For: New Belgium Abbey, Ranger IPA, SanTan Hefeweizen, Left hand Nitro Milk Stout SCOTTSDALE and NORTH VALLEY

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Deli Sports Bar 9635 W. Peoria Avenue, Peoria Ask for: Green Flash West Coast IPA, Abita Purple Haze, Grand Canyon American Pilsner Gordon Biersch 6915 N. 95th Ave. Glendale 85305 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner Ground Control 14140 W. Indian School Rd. Goodyear, 85338 Ask for: Schneider Weisse, Tripel Karmeliet, St. Bernardus ABT 12 Mellow Mushroom 2490 W. Happy Valley Rd. Phoenix, 85085 Ask for: Abita Purple Haze, Grand Canyon Pilsner, Sonoran Inebriator Old Chicago 5695 W. Bell Rd. Glendale, 85308 Ask for: Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat, New Belgium 1554, SKA Pinstripe Red Original Wineburger 6027 N. 19th Ave.  Phoenix 85015 Ask for: Thunder Canyon Deep Canyon Amber, Bridgeport Seasonals, Big Sky IPA The Shout! House 6770 N. Sunrise Blvd. #207 Glendale, 85305 Ask for: Blue Moon, Fat Tire and Stone IPA The Yard House

AZ Wine Company 2515 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85257 Ask for: Any of our fine craft beers. Blue 32 Sports Grill 7923 North Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale AZ, 85253 Papago Orange Blossom/ Sun Up Trooper IPA/Moose Drool Brat Haus – 3622 N. Scottsdale Road, Phoenix – SanTan Seasonal, KrombacherPils, Port Brewing Mongo

Goldie’s Sports Cafe 10135 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, 85258 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, New Belgium Seasonals, New Belgium 1554 Gordon Biersch 18545 N. Allied Way Scottsdale 85054 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner Papago Brewing Company 7107 E. McDowell Rd.  Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Orange Blossom, Hopago IPA, El Robusto Porter

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Cave Creek Tap Haus 6900 east cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331 Ask for: Krombacher Pils, Lost Coast Great White, SunUp Trooper IPA Chop & Wok 10425 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85253 Oskar Blues Ten Fidy, Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Grand Canyon Pilsner, Green Flash Hop Head Red, Sonoran White Chocolate Ale Culinary Dropout 7135 E. Camelback Scottsdale, 85251 Ask for: SanTan Epicenter, Abita Purple Haze, Breckenridge Avalanche Amber Evo 4175 North Goldwater Blvd. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Bell’s Two Hearted Ipa, Bell’s Oberon, San Tan Hefeweizen Wheat, Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro Four Peaks Brewery 15730 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale 85260 Ask for: Kilt Lifter, 8th St. Ale, Hop Knot IPA

ZIPPS Sports Grill 6501 E. Greenway Pkwy Scottsdale 85254 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber

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EAST VALLEY The Hungry Monk 1760 W. Chandler Blvd Chandler, 85224 Ask for: Bell’s Two Hearted, The Lost Abbey Judgment Day, Ballast Point Sculpin Gordon Biersch 2218 E. Williams Field Rd. Gilbert 85296 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner Iguana Macks 1371 N. Alma School Rd. Chandler 85224 Ask for: San Tan Epicenter, Blue Moon, SanTan Devil’s Ale Irish Republic 58 S. San Marcos Pl. Chandler 85225 Ask for: Irish Republic Amber, Sleepy Dog Red Rover, KilKenny’s Irish Cream Ale

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ZIPPS Sports Grill 3950 W. Ray Rd Chandler, 85226 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber 1st Round Draft 1520 West Warner rd Gilbert AZ 85233 Fat Tire, Devil’s Ale, Left Hand Milk Stout Nitro

Old Chicago 1656 S. Alma School Rd. Mesa, 85210 Ask for: Lost Coast Great White, Moose Drool, Abita Turbodog

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The Yard House 7014 E. Camelback Rd. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, Abita Purple Haze, Bear Republic Racer 5 TT Roadhouse 2915 N. 68th St. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Ska Modus Hoperandi IPA, Moose Drool, San Tan Devil’s Ale ZIPPS Sports Grill 14148 N. 100th St. Scottsdale, 85259 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, New Belgium 1554 ZIPPS Sports Grill 8380 E. Via De Ventura Scottsdale, 85258 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber

Old Chicago 6821 E. Superstition Springs Blvd Mesa 85209 Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, Leinenkugel Sunset Wheat, SanTan Hopshock Public House Garage 4855 East Warner Road Phoenix, AZ 85044-3308 Ask for: SanTan Epicenter, Oskar Blues Mama’s Little Yella Pils, Papago Oragne Blossom San Tan Brewery 8 S. San Marcos Plaza Chandler,85225 Ask for:Sun Spot Gold, Devils Ale, Hopshock Sun Devil Liquors Cellar 235 N. Country Club Drive Mesa, 85201 Ask for: Dale’s Pale Ale, Anderson Valley Summer Solstice, SKA Modus Hoperandi

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signs off Barbara Walters ends her regular appearances on ABC with Friday’s episode of “The View” and a two-hour retrospective that night.

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Walters bids adieu to daily TV Barbara Walters insists she’s fine with letting go. The iconic television journalist notes that leaving daily television is her own call. She’ll do that Friday, May 16, with her last regular appearance on ABC’s “The View” (though she’ll still executive produce the show with longtime associate Bill Geddie) and a two-hour retrospective that night. “I’m fine,” maintains Walters, who worked at CBS and NBC (famously on “Today”) previously. “Nobody’s forcing me out. It’s not like with David Letterman, where younger people are nipping at his heels. It’s a decision I made a long while ago.” Among highlights of Walters’ sign-off: a big party in her honor; a gathering of every co-host “The View” has had, on the program’s telecast Thursday, May 15; and the dedication of ABC News’ newly-named-for-Walters headquarters in New York. The two-hour farewell special is, Walters says. “much more conversation about how I felt about different interviews. It’s not, ‘And then I interviewed

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him, and then I interviewed her ... .’ I did that a few years ago on ‘20/20,’ so this will be more the background and the untold stories.” Walters points out that she “will continue to be a member of ABC News, so that if there are special things I want to do, I can. And I will still go in one or two days a week as an executive producer of ‘The View.’ I will continue to make decisions about who’s on and who’s hired as a host, so my relationship with it will be the same. What it won’t be is getting up at 6:30 in the morning (to appear on it).” Now, with numerous honors including 11 Emmy Awards and a presence in the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Hall of Fame, Walters is ready for her next chapter. “You have to leave sometime,” she reasons. “Maybe you don’t, but I think you do. And I wanted to leave while I was still valuable and the audience wasn’t saying, ‘Is she still here?’ This is, for me, a very good and natural transition.”


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An ambitious executive has a life-changing experience when she accepts an assignment to restructure a manufacturing plant in a backwater town.

One for the Money

A rookie bounty hunter goes after a bail jumper and murder suspect who just happens to be the guy who seduced and dumped her back in high school.

Out of Time

Considered a suspect in a deadly arson, a police chief must cover his tracks while trying to prove his innocence.

Penelope

Born with the snout of a pig, a young woman believes the only way to break the curse is to marry one of her own kind.

Pride

Punch-Drunk Love

A shy oddball prone to violent outbursts follows the woman of his dreams to Hawaii.

In the 1970s an aficionado and a janitor renovate an abandoned pool and establish a swim team in one of Philadelphia’s roughest neighborhoods.

Punch-Drunk Love

A shy oddball prone to violent outbursts follows the woman of his dreams to Hawaii.

Anna

A widower who can enter people’s memories uses his abilities to delve into the psyche of a bright but manipulative teen who’s on a hunger strike.

13 Going on 30

An uncool girl magically becomes a successful adult after making a wish at her disastrous birthday party.

Dirty Dancing

A doctor’s teenage daughter gets slinky with the dance teacher at a Catskills resort in the summer of 1963.

Good Luck Chuck

After meeting the woman of his dreams, a dentist must find a way to break a curse that causes each of his ex-lovers to find true love with her next boyfriend.

My Best Friend’s Girl

Complications crop up when an unlikable cad dates his best pal’s ex-girlfriend in the pal’s scheme to convince her to go back to him.

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1

A chain of events, set off by Edward and Bella’s marriage, honeymoon and birth of a child, yields a shocking development for Jacob.

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1

A chain of events, set off by Edward and Bella’s marriage, honeymoon and birth of a child, yields a shocking development for Jacob.


John Rambo calls upon his long-buried but lethal skills to rescue a missionary and her comrades from the Burmese army.

Remember Me

Emerging secrets threaten the budding romance between a troubled young man and the young woman who helped him rediscover happiness.

A heart-transplant recipient meets the donor’s lonely widower in a chance encounter.

The Da Vinci Code

A murder in the Louvre Museum and clues in paintings by Leonardo lead to the discovery of a religious mystery that could rock the foundations of Christianity.

Babe: Pig in the City

A farmer’s wife and her young porker are detained in a city rooming house with a menagerie. Live action/animatronics.

Batman & Robin

Batgirl joins the caped crusaders to stop Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from wreaking revenge upon the world.

The Da Vinci Code

A murder in the Louvre Museum and clues in paintings by Leonardo lead to the discovery of a religious mystery that could rock the foundations of Christianity.

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Chaos reigns when a gym employee and her colleague try to benefit from a disc that they think holds state secrets but, really, contains the memoirs of a former CIA analyst.

Joe

The rough-hewn boss of a lumber crew courts trouble when he steps in to protect the youngest member of his team from an abusive father.

The Men Who Stare at Goats

A struggling reporter gets the scoop of a lifetime when he meets a soldier who claims to be part of a paranormal military unit that has been reactivated for duty in Iraq.

The Neverending Story

An imaginative boy is transported to a magical kingdom in danger of destruction.

The Perfect Storm

At sea in October 1991, the crewmen of the Andrea Gail encounter a storm with hurricane-strength winds and 100-foot waves.

The Thin Red Line

The men of Charlie Company try to take Guadalcanal Island from the Japanese in World War II.

Three Kings

Near the end of the Gulf War, soldiers use a map that may lead them to gold that Saddam Hussein stole from Kuwait.

Up in the Air The Men Who Stare at Goats

A struggling reporter gets the scoop of a lifetime when he meets a soldier who claims to be part of a paranormal military unit that has been reactivated for duty in Iraq.

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Vegas Vacation

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Silver Linings Playbook 5:55 p.m. on SHOW

The Impossible 8 p.m. on TMC

An unexpected bond begins to form between a man trying to rebuild his life and a young woman promising to help him reunite with his estranged wife.

A couple and their three sons encounter terror, courage and compassion following the December 2004 tsunami that devastated Thailand.

8 Mile 8 p.m. on CINEMAX

Blue Caprice 10 p.m. on TMC

Living with his destitute mother, a young man in Detroit tries to overcome obstacles and achieve success as a rapper.

A man trains a teenager and turns him into a deadly sniper, then the duo embarks on a rampage across America.

Chuck & Buck 10 p.m. on TMC “8 Mile”

THURSDAY Dead Poets Society 9:45 a.m. on SHOW A teacher at a New England prep school uses unconventional methods to instill spirit into the lives of his students.

Elysium 11:50 a.m. on STARZ In 2159, the wealthy live in comfort and luxury aboard a space station, while the poor have a hardscrabble existence on the overpopulated and ruined Earth.

Ocean’s Twelve 12:45 p.m. on HBO To pay back casino boss Terry Benedict, Danny Ocean and his team of criminals plan an elaborate heist in Europe.

“Django Unchained”

A man finds himself stalked by a mentally impaired friend from childhood who is all alone now that his mother/caretaker has died.

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Circle of Friends 7:30 a.m. on TMC In 1957 Ireland, a plain student wins the heart of a dashing athlete in this adaptation of Maeve Binchy’s novel.

Antwone Fisher 1:40 p.m. on STARZ

“Prisoners”

A Navy psychiatrist inspires a temperamental sailor, abused by foster parents, to find his birth mother.

Dark Horse 2:15 p.m. on SHOW An odd romance blooms between a chronic underachiever and a depressed woman who has still not recovered from a previous failed relationship.

Pacific Rim 4:30 p.m. on HBO A washed-up ex-pilot and an untested trainee must drive an old, obsolete robot in a last-ditch effort to repel a lethal force of monstrous invaders.

FRIDAY The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 3 p.m. on CINEMAX

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SATURDAY

The Bourne Legacy 8:30 a.m. on HBO

Four teenage friends keep in touch during their summer apart by passing along a cherished pair of blue jeans.

The actions of Jason Bourne spell the possible end of secret intelligence programs, so a specially enhanced operative goes on the run with a research scientist when it appears that their lives will become forfeit.

Django Unchained 8 p.m. on SHOW

Prisoners 8 p.m. on HBO

A former slave joins forces with the German bounty hunter who freed him and helps hunt down the South’s most-wanted criminals, all in the hope of finding his long-lost wife.

When police have to release their only suspect, a desperate man takes the law into his own hands after his young daughter and her friend disappear.

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Byzantium 9 p.m. on TMC Mayhem follows when two female vampires, on the run from a kindred group, take refuge at a seaside British community.

Batman Begins 10 p.m. on CINEMAX Following the death of his parents, young heir Bruce Wayne becomes a masked avenger who fights the forces of evil in Gotham City.

SUNDAY Sleepy Hollow 7 a.m. on SHOW A Colonial-era constable probes a series of grisly decapitations in an upstate New York hamlet.

The Woman in Black 11 a.m. on TMC A widowed lawyer encounters ghostly goings-on at the foreboding estate of a

MONDAY Walk the Line 10 a.m. on HBO Johnny Cash forms an enduring bond with June Carter and struggles with drug addiction on the way to music stardom.

The Place Beyond the Pines 2:20 p.m. on CINEMAX

My Week With Marilyn 5:15 p.m. on SHOW

In upstate New York, two men, and later, their sons must deal with the unforeseen consequences of their actions.

A production assistant introduces Marilyn Monroe to the pleasures of the British countryside during the filming of “The Prince and the Showgirl.”

TUESDAY Good Will Hunting 12:25 p.m. on STARZ

An unlicensed boxing promoter gets involved with a big-time criminal, and a heist goes awry when a valuable jewel is missing.

A therapist, a mathematician and workingclass roughs vie for the soul of a janitor with a genius IQ.

A writer realizes that she is in love with her best friend and tries to stop him from marrying another woman, a guileless heiress.

About a Boy 3:30 p.m. on HBO

Hustle & Flow 10 p.m. on TMC

An irresponsible playboy becomes emotionally attached to a woman’s 12-year-old son.

A pimp in Memphis, Tenn., sees rap music as the way to escape his dead-end existence and achieve something meaningful.

In 2159, the wealthy live in comfort and luxury aboard a space station, while the poor have a hardscrabble existence on the overpopulated and ruined Earth.

Margot at the Wedding 12:45 p.m. on TMC Conflict between two sisters arises when one expresses her disapproval of the other’s fiance during a weekend visit.

This Is the End 3:30 p.m. on STARZ Cabin fever and dwindling supplies threaten to tear apart six friends who are trapped in a house together after cataclysmic events devastate Los Angeles.

recently deceased client.

The Impossible 4:10 p.m. on TMC A couple and their three sons encounter terror, courage and compassion following the December 2004 tsunami that devastated Thailand.

My Best Friend’s Wedding 7:10 p.m. on STARZ

Snatch 10:25 a.m. on STARZ

Elysium 12:10 p.m. on STARZ

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“The Place Beyond the Pines”

WEDNESDAY High Fidelity 1:25 p.m. on STARZ A store owner, who sells only vinyl records, has a midlife crisis, assesses his life and tries to win back an ex-girlfriend.

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“The Perks of Being a Wallflower”

In 1946, Branch Rickey, general manager of the Brooklyn Dodgers, signs Jackie Robinson to the team in defiance of major league baseball’s notorious color barrier.

Ocean’s Twelve 4:15 p.m. on HBO

The Perks of Being a Wallflower 4:30 p.m. on SHOW

To pay back casino boss Terry Benedict, Danny Ocean and his team of criminals plan an elaborate heist in Europe.

Friends try to help an introverted teenager become more sociable.

Quartet 8 p.m. on TMC

Blue Caprice 8 p.m. on TMC

A long-smoldering flame is rekindled when a once-popular opera star reunites with her ex-husband and fellow performers at a retirement home for musicians.

A man trains a teenager and turns him into a deadly sniper, then the duo embarks on a rampage across America.

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Cards’ Wacha takes sting out of losing future Hall of Famer

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year after throwing his last pitch for Texas A&M. After a brief return to Triple-A, he made the team to stay in mid-August, and his ensuing performances would ensure Losing Albert Pujols to free agency he wouldn’t be going back any time soon. has proved to be the gift that keeps on They include a near-no-hitter against the giving for the St. Louis Cardinals when one considers the savings on the monster Nationals on Sept. 24, a one-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates in Game 4 of the contract the nine-time All-Star eventually NLDS, and two shutouts versus eventual signed with the Los Angeles Angels of Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw and the Anaheim before the 2012 season and the Dodgers in the NLCS. Though he’d eventusuccess of the team since. ally flame out in the deciding Game 6 of Now the Redbirds have another reason the World Series against the Red Sox, it to chirp about the deal: the success of became readily apparent that Wacha had young right-hander Michael Wacha, who the look of an ace. came via the compensatory draft pick the And his performance through four 2014 Halos surrendered for Pujols. starts — a 2-1 record, 1.73 ERA and a .88 Since being drafted 19th overall in June WHIP — has not betrayed that. 2012, the 22-year-old Iowan rocketed Wacha’s Cardinals can be seen in acthrough the Cards system, making his ma- tion against the Pirates Sunday, May 11, in jor league debut last May 30, less than a a game airing on ESPN. Full name: Michael Joseph Wacha Birthplace: Iowa City, Iowa Birth date: July 1, 1991 Height/weight: 6 feet 6 inches/210 pounds Road to stardom: Played baseball and basketball at Pleasant Grove H.S. in Texarkana, Texas, where he was a two-time all-state selection ... in three years at Texas A&M, had a record of 27-7 with a 2.40 ERA and 336 strikeouts in 349 innings Career highlights: Retired first 13 batters he faced in major league debut vs.

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Robert Herjavec is at home in the ‘Shark Tank’ In real time, the negotiations by entrepreneurs seeking investment cash on ABC’s business reality show “Shark Tank” — airing its fifth season finale on Friday, May 16 — take exponentially longer than what viewers see in the final cut. “The average person,” says shark Robert Herjavec, a Canadian tech tycoon specializing in cybersecurity, “is in front of us for an hour and 20 minutes. The shortest was 40 minutes; the longest was 2 1/2 hours. All of that gets cut into six minutes.” But if you happen to be on set, it’s not unusual to see the crew, which sees lots of these exchanges, sitting with rapt attention for the entire time for many of the pitches. Herjavec previously did the Canadian version of the show, called “Dragons’ Den,” and he has a theory why it’s caught on. “The fact that it’s around business is almost secondary,” he says. “I think the producers have done an incredible job of making something that most people would have thought would be dry and boring and packaging it in an exciting way.”

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Boxing 5 p.m. on ESPN

PGA Tour Golf 11 a.m. on NBC

Chris Arreola vs. Bermane Stiverne, Heavyweights. Arreola takes on Stiverne, 12 rounds, for the vacant WBC Heavyweight Championship. From Los Angeles.

The Players Championship, Final Round. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

PGA Tour Golf 9:30 a.m. on GOLF The Players Championship, Third Round. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Matt Carpenter and the St. Louis Cardinals close out a three-game road series against the Pittsburgh Pirates Sunday on ESPN.

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THURSDAY PGA Tour Golf 10 a.m. on GOLF The Players Championship, First Round. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

College Softball 8 a.m. on FSAZ SEC Tournament, First Quarterfinal: Teams TBA. From Columbia, S.C.

College Softball 10:30 a.m. on FSAZ SEC Tournament, Second Quarterfinal: Teams TBA. From Columbia, S.C.

FRIDAY NASCAR Racing 9 a.m. on FS1 Sprint Cup: Kansas, Practice. From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.

NASCAR Racing 11:30 a.m. on FS1 Sprint Cup: Kansas, Final Practice. From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.

NASCAR Racing 3:30 p.m. on FS1 Sprint Cup: Kansas, Qualifying. From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.

NASCAR Racing 5:30 p.m. on FS1 Camping World Truck Series: Kansas. From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas.

MLB Baseball 5 p.m. on FSAZ Arizona Diamondbacks at Chicago White Sox. From U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago.

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NBA Basketball 7:30 p.m. on ESPN Teams TBA.

PGA Tour Golf 10 a.m. on GOLF The Players Championship, Second Round. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

SATURDAY IndyCar Racing 12:30 p.m. on ABC Grand Prix of Indianapolis. From Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

The Players Championship, Spotlight Coverage. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

MONDAY MLB Baseball 5 p.m. on ESPN Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals. From Busch Stadium in St. Louis.

PGA Tour Golf 11 a.m. on GOLF

MLB Baseball 6:30 p.m. on FSAZ

The Players Championship, Spotlight Coverage. From Tournament Players Club at Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Washington Nationals at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

UFC Fight Night 7 p.m. on FS1

NBA Basketball 5 p.m. on TNT

UFC: Brown vs. Silva.

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College Baseball 10 a.m. on FS1

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Creighton at St. John’s.

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Arizona Diamondbacks at Chicago White Sox. From U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago.

Washington Nationals at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

MLB Baseball 5 p.m. on ESPN

NASCAR Racing 4 p.m. on FOX

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Sprint Cup. From Kansas Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.

St. Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates. From PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

MLB Baseball 1 p.m. on FS1

NBA Basketball 12:30 p.m. on ABC

NBA Basketball 7:30 p.m. on TNT

San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers. From Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

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Horse Racing 1:30 p.m. on FS1

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Jockey Club Racing Tour: Belmont Park. From Elmont, N.Y.

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Romeo’s true love wasn’t a real person, but that doesn’t keep women from writing her notes about their own romantic trials ... in this movie, at least, which boasts lovely Italian scenery. Amanda Seyfried (“Mamma Mia!”) plays an American in Verona who decides to respond to the missives addressed to Shakespeare’s heroine, ultimately bringing her in contact with a counsel-seeking character played by Vanessa Redgrave.

Michelle Trachtenberg stars as Casey, a math whiz who wants to try her hand — or foot — at figure skating. Not sure she has the grace to succeed, she devises a series of mathematical equations that make even the hardest skating move easy for her. But despite her success, Casey has a hard time telling the truth to her scholarly minded mother (Joan Cusack). Kim Cattrall, Hayden Panettiere and Trevor Blumas co-star in the 2005 family flick.

SATURDAY

Gypsy 8:30 a.m. on TCM

Secretariat 11 a.m. on FAM The horse that galvanized the racing world in the early 1970s gets reverent Disney-studio treatment in this drama, well-directed by Randall Wallace, the screenwriter of “Braveheart.” Diane Lane gives a fine performance as Penny Chenery, who became Secretariat’s owner and defied doubts about her potential — and the animal’s — to triumph. John Malkovich plays the trainer who does much to advance her quest. Scott Glenn and James Cromwell also star.

Ethel Merman may have owned the role of the stage mommy from hell on Broadway, but it was Roz’s turn (as in Russell) when

the time came in 1962 to commit this dazzling Jule Styne-Stephen Sondheim musical to film. The musical numbers feature a blend of Rosalind Russell’s own voice and Broadway legend Lisa Kirk, but that’s really Natalie Wood singing the plaintive role of Louise, who grew up to be stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. Let them entertain you!

Marty 1 p.m. on TCM Replacing Rod Steiger, who starred in the original TV play, Ernest Borgnine gives a wonderful, heartbreaking and Oscar-winning performance in the 1955 movie version of Paddy Chayefsky’s story. Marty is a lonely Bronx butcher living with his mother (Esther Minciotti), who nags him to go out and find a woman. His prospects seem dim — until he meets

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Mars Needs Moms 8 p.m. on DISN There’s nothing quite like an alien abduction to bond a parent and child, and that’s what sparks this animated 2011 Disney fantasy. Seth Green supplies the voice of a youngster whose mother (voice by Joan Cusack) is targeted by Martians; when they kidnap her, he stows away on a spaceship to go to her rescue. Additional voice cast members include Green’s fellow “Austin Powers” veteran Mindy Sterling, Dan Fogler and Elisabeth Harnois.

MONDAY Bringing Up Baby 11 a.m. on TCM Cary Grant leaves his usually suave persona behind to play David Huxley, a by-the-book paleontologist in the 1938 comedy co-starring Katharine Hepburn. While engaged to a boring woman (Virginia Walker), David meets Susan Vance (Hepburn) on a golf course. From there, mayhem takes off in the form of Susan’s pet leopard, Baby, and her dog, George.

“Mars Needs Moms”

Anne of Green Gables 7 p.m. on TCM

WEDNESDAY Cloud 9 3:20 p.m. on DISN

The actress portraying plucky orphan Anne Shirley liked her character so much that she changed her name to match — thus, Anne Shirley stars as Anne in this 1934 movie based on Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novel. A young Anne is adopted by an older woman and her brother (Helen Westley, O.P. Heggie), who were expecting a boy to help with the farmwork. After many trials, the three inhabitants of Green Gables form an unlikely family. Tom Brown stars as Gilbert Blythe.

Dove Cameron (“Liv & Maddie”) stars in this family-friendly new drama as Kayla, a prima donna snowboarder whose team dumps her. She’s forced to train with Will (Luke Benward, “Good Luck Charlie”), a former champion branded as a failure after a career-ending wipeout, and she becomes as helpful to him as he is to her. Jeffrey Nordling (“Body of Proof”) also stars.

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Coyote Alley (623) 546-9222, 16846 W. Bell Rd. www.coyotealleyaz.com Wed May 7 DJ & Karaoke Host Slim Jim Thu May 8 Ladies Night Karaoke Mon May 12 Karaoke Tue May 13 Service Industry Night Desert Ridge Marketplace 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. (District Stage) and (AMC Fountain). www.shopdesertridge.com Fri May 9 Sugahbeat, Blues Legend Hans Olson

Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St. www.joesgrotto.com Wed May 7 Band Open Mic w/ Greg & Roach Thu May 8 Open Mic tha Underground Fri May 9 Incite, Apparitions, Altered Silence, He Who Binds Himself, A Lapse of Ethos, Event Horizon Sat May 10 Anomaly, She Murdered Me, 13 Steps to Nowhere, Unsheathe, Hands of a Traitor Mon May 12 Acoustic Open Mic Night Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 2580014, 914 N 5th St & Roosevelt, Phoenix www.thelostleaf.org Wed May 7 Mrs. Lincoln O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd. www. okelleysbar.com Fri May 9 Strange Land Sat May 10 High Plains Hangover

Sat May 10 Epic Proportions Tour, Nick Jensen Harold’s Corral (480) 488-1906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd.: www. haroldscorral.com Thu May 8 AZ Blues Project Sat May 10 Young Country Sun May 12 Dwayne & Ethan Hazelwoods First Place 3626 E. Indian School Rd. www. hazelwoodsfirstplace.com Wed May 7 Daylon Green Sun May 11 Paul Innocenti Ice House Tavern (602) 2441179, 3855 E. Thomas Rd. www. icehousetavernphx.com Fri May 9 O, Andy Warpigs Sat May 10 Jon Scott

Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E Thomas Rd. www.prankstersgarandbrill.com Wed May 7 Acoustic jam Thu May 8 Acoustic Jam Pub Rock (480) 945-4985, 8005 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale www.Pubrocklive.com Wed May 7 Aesthetic Perfection, Panic Lift, Surgyn Fri May 9 Through the Roots, New Kings, The Steppas Sat May 10 Planet Sex, Flaming Queens, Madlife, Soundmankillz, Throw Logic Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix www.rhythmroom.com Wed May 7 Tab Benoit Thu May 8 Bill Tarsha & The Rocket 88s Fri May 9 The 44s Sat May 10 Grant Ferguson, Alice Tatum, Justin Stewart, Soul Power Band Sun May 11 We Are Scientists, Paws

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Rock Bar (480) 331-9190, 4245 N. Craftsman Court, Scottsdale www.rockbarscottsdale.com Wed May 7 Special Red Dirt Show w/ Jason Boland & The Stragglers Sat May 10 Rose Colored Eyes w/ The Dead Eyes of London Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale www.theroguebar.com Wed May 7 The Singles, The Marionettes, The Brimstone Way, The Lonesome Wilderness Thu May 8 The Electric Blankets, Twin Ponies, Villains, Deadfoxx, Sedusa Fri May 9 Circuit of Doom Sat May 10 Gomi, The Bittersweet Way, Tongue n’Groove, Rockchild Mon May 12 Sister Lip, Vintage Squares, Great Shapes, Contradiktion, Saydi Sail Inn (480) 966-9565 26 S. Farmer Ave, Tempe www. TheSailInn.com Wed May 7 Mary Godfrey & Lotus, Sound House, Joe & Jess Duo Thu May 8 Grateful Thursdays, Xtra Ticket, Run Boy Run, The Senators Fri May 9 Drunken Procastinator’s, Spafford, The Relief Crew Sat May 10 Old School Reunion Show Sun May 11 The Noodles (Grateful Dead Tribute) Steel Horse Saloon (602) 9428778, 1818 W. Bell Rd. www. steelhorsesaloon.com Fri May 9 High Strung Sat May 10 Angel Benefit Sun May 11 Krimson Chord Tempe Marketplace 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy (District Stage) and (B&N Fountain). www. tempemarketplace.com Fri May 9 Epic Proportions Tour, Rachel Brown

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Sat May 10 Mojo Farmers, Tiger Heist Tempe Tavern (602) 625-1336, 1810 E. Apache Blvd. www. tempetavern.com Thu May 8 Joe & Jess Acoustic Fri May 9 Hold-Showie Bday Weekend Sat May 10 Hold-Showie Bday Weekend The Trunk Space (602) 2566006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave. www.thetrunkspace.com Fri May 9 DS Yancey w/ Brian Cagle, Happy Plaza Sat May 10 Snakes! Snakes! Snakes!, Celebration Guns, Leonardo Dicapricorn, Raya, D Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623)853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave.: www.waddellslonghorncorral.com May 7 – May 13 Justin Wright & High Octane Yucca Tap Room (480) 9674777, 29 W. Southern Ave.www. yuccatap.com Wed May 7 Scorpion Vs. Tarantula, Lisa Doll & The Rock ’N’ Roll Romance, French Girls Thu May 8 Blunt Club Thursday Fri May 9 Labor Party, 80’d, Ham, Button Struggler Sat May 10 Pub ‘N’ Grub Block Party feat. The Yucca Stage, Yucca Prom Feat. Snake Burner Sun May 11 Valley Fever Mon May 12 Open Mic Night Tue May 13 Surf, Kevin Sharp

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Jeff Dunham Aug 6 – Counting Crows Cliff Castle Casino Hotel I-17 at exit 289 in Camp Verde 1-800-381-SLOT Dragonfly Lounge; live music on weekends Desert Diamond Casino Hotel 7350 South Nogales Hwy, Tucson 1-866-332-9467 Monsoon Night Club: Live bands or DJ, Thurs – Sat “Dance Fusion” Dance music of all kinds “Noches Caliente Saturdays” Hottest Tex Mex & Tejano music in town May 10– Los Gallegos May 3 & 17 – Grupo Latino May 24 – Angle Norteno May 31 – Los Kabalgantes

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Desert Diamond Casino I -19 1100 West Pima Mine Road, Sahuarita 1-866-332-9467 Diamond Center: May 31 – Rodney Carrington June 7 – The Righteous Brothers’ Bill Medley June 21 – Carnival of Wonders (Greatest Magic Show on Earth) July 18 – Chris Isaak Sports Bar: Sports on big screens along with Karaoke on Wednesdays, Swingin’ Tuesdays and Golden Oldies every Thursday, plus music w/ Fiesta and Desert DJs on Fri & Sat nights Sat April 26 – 80’s & Gentlemen

Lone Butte Casino 202 loop at the Kyrene exit – Chandler, 1-800-WIN-GILA Cascades Lounge: Mon: (4pm-7pm) May 12, 19 & 26 - Marty & the Party Tues: (4pm-7pm) thru May 27 – Thaddeus Rose Wed; (4-7pm) May 7 & 28 – Silhouette, May 14 & 21 – Spotlight Wed; (8pm-Mid) May 7, 14, 21 & 28 – JJ’s band Thurs; Polka Party (noon-3pm) Thurs: (4pm-7pm) May 8 & 29 – The Walkens, May 22 – The Heat, May 15 – Shining Star, Thurs: (8pm-Mid) May 15 & 29 – JJ’s Band, May 8 & 22 – Str8Up Fri: (4pm-8pm) thru May 30 – Marty & the Party Fri: (9pm-1am) thru May 30 – AZ Tex Band Sat: (9pm-1am) May 10 – New Frequency Band, May 17 – CONTREband, May 24 & 31 – Rhythm Edition Verona Chophouse: Saturday: Talia 5-9pm & Sunday: (10am-3pm) live Jazz brunch Buffet Bingo Hall: 11pm Fri & Sat - B.A.D BINGO w/ DJ “Rockin’ Rob” music, light show, bingo & giveaways

Fort McDowell Casino N of Shea off Hwy 87, Fountain Hills 1-800-THE-FORT Lucky 7 Saloon: Free entertainment on Fri & Sat – featuring; Basketball Jones, Furious George, Rhythm Edition, Grey Wolf, Apache Spirit Spirit & Kenny G Project Bingo Hall: Saturday, May 17 – Late Night Lunar Bingo w/ music, games & giveaways

Mazatzal Hotel & Casino 1/2-mile S. of Payson on Hwy 87 1-800-777-PLAY www.777play.com Event Center: May 23 – AQUARIUS 68 June 14 – “All My Rowdy Friends” Hank Williams Jr. Tribute Aug 8 – “One More from The Road” Lynyrd Skynyrd Tribute

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Twin Arrows Navajo Casino Resort 22181 Resort Blvd (I-40 @ exit 219) Flagstaff (928) 856-7200 Arrows Lounge: Live entertainment every weekend Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino The West Valley Casino 51st Ave, 4 miles S. of Baseline – Laveen 1-800-WIN-GILA Event Center: May 9 – Pardon My Spanglish (Comedy of Bill Santiago) May 17 – Kevin Sterner & Strait Country (Tribute to George Strait) May 23 – Chance Tinder & Kentucky Rain (Elvis Tribute) Jun 6 – DSB (Journey Tribute) June 7 – VQ Comedy Series w/ Frank Lucero featuring Bruce Heppler Outdoor Patio: Live Bands (Mon-Fri, 4pm-7pm) Reality band, Latino Rebel Band, Marty & the Party, Arroz Con Mango band, Rhythm Edition, Tyrone D & The Ledge, Yumi La Rose, AzTex Band, Powerdrive, Mariachi Rodriquez, Chuck E Baby, Shining Star, Chaka & friends, Otro Rollo Band, Mariachi Pasione, Priminition, Rhythm of the Sun band and Str8Up Bingo Park: Every Saturday at 11pm – BINGO ECLIPSE – Bingo, DJ music, light show & giveaways Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino I-10 at Wild Horse Pass exit - Chandler 1-800-WIN-GILA Ovations LIVE! Showroom: May 9 – Kathy Griffin May 10 – Dennis DeYoung; the music of Styx May 16 – Mariachi Vargas de Tacalitlan May 17 – Latino Fashion Live! May 25 – Gipsy Kings May 30 – Rodney Carrington May 31 – Vietnamese Concert & Dance June 13 – Bobby Vinton Jun 14 – Sinbad June 20 – Air Supply June 21 – Los Tucanes de Tijuana June 27 – AJ Castillo July 4 – Kenny G July 26 – Paquita La Del Barrio OUTDOORS at Festival Park: call for updated schedule AIRIA – “Nightlife Unplugged” live entertainment – Fridays featuring JJ’s Band, Static, Smooth Groove and Shining Star, plus deejays on Saturdays: DJ BKNY, DJ Identaty, DJ Raya, DJ Nerd, & DJ Raia, Encore Lounge: Mid-day entertainment Monday’s 11am-3pm & late night entertainment w/ bands; Powerdrive, Hamptons, Andrea & Los Guys, Str8up, Michael & Manuel, JJ’s Band, The Walkens, DyVerse, Chaka and Friends, New Frequency, Smooth Groove, Eagleheart, Rhythm Edition, Pima Express & Route 66 Yavapai Casino 1505 East Hwy 69 – Prescott 1-800-7568744 Yavapai Cantina; Fri – Karaoke w/ Cruisin’ Susan, Saturdays – Live Bands

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#3 According to legend, wine was discovered when a Persian woman tried to take her own life by eating fermented grapes, thinking them poisonous.

#4 Wine has a number of health benefits, including reducing the risk of gum diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and heart diseases. #5 Due to possessing a greater amount of congeners, red wine will give you a worse hangover than white wine.

Doug Pike lives in Scottsdale and is a 20-year member of the National Cartoonists Society. He is the author of Gone With The Wine, The Grapes of Laugh, and the co-author, with Harry Margulies, of Less Than A Full Deck. www.cafepress.com/winecartoons

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