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JERSEY BOYS, THE TONY AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL Opening Tuesday, July 29th at ASU Gammage One of Broadway’s biggest success stories takes you behind the music of the legendary Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons to follow the rags-to-rockto-riches tale of four blue-collar kids who work their way from the streets of Newark, New Jersey to the dizzying heights of pop stardom. Although Valli and his cohorts Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi are famed for their legendary harmonies, things didn’t always go so smoothly among them off stage. This acclaimed, Tony Awardwinning show spotlights the groundbreaking group’s hit songs “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Rag Doll,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” and more. ASU Gammage  1200 S. Forest Ave. Tempe, AZ

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Broken Garage Door? AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 7, Issue 25 June 18th, 2014 Brian Muir Publisher (602) 405-2630 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 • Herb Stratford SALES STAFF Chey Tor, Accounts Manager (602) 487-3975 chey.tor@azweeklymagazine.com Sheree Kamenetsky, Accounts Manager (480) 235-2114 ShereeK@azweeklymagazine.com PHOTOGRAPHER Tavit Daniel Tavit.Daniel@gmail.com TavitsPhotography.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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Friday, August 15th at 8pm Grammy winner Peter Frampton remains one of the most celebrated artists and guitarists in rock history. At 16, he was the lead singer and guitarist for British band the Herd. At 18, he cofounded one of the first super groups, seminal rock act Humble Pie. His session work includes such legendary artists as George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, David Bowie, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ringo Starr, John Entwistle and many others.  Doors 7pm. Showtime 8pm. For ticket sales and information please call the box office at 1-800-WIN-GILA Ext. 7370.

MAGICIAN ERIC GILIAM June 21st at Scottsdale’s Stagebrush Theatre Magician Eric Giliam comes to Scottsdale’s Stagebrush Theatre June 21 to showcase his award winning magic and illusions in this thrilling, all ages show. Making a big splash on the entertainment scene, Giliam’s award winning magic, illusions, and popular stage show have become more in demand, even taking him around the world.  The former World Teen Magic Champion has performed on prime time TV shows in London and Rome and has recently been invited to perform in India and China. He has won many awards for his stage performances, among them the award for the most original and innovative stage act presented to him by Siegfried and Roy in Las Vegas. Giliam’s show has become very popular, with recent sellouts in the past year. The high energy, live show of magic, laughter, fascination and crowd participation has entertained and amazed audiences of all ages. Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, the 23 year old talent sensation likes to incorporate a winter scene into one of his acts. “I thought I would bring some Alaska weather to the warm valley,” said Giliam. The performance will reveal to the audience that not everything seen can be explained! Showtimes on Saturday are 2:00 and 7:30 PM and tickets can be purchased online, go to Greasepaint.org and click “tickets”.  For more information visit www.MagicEric.com or call Rick at 480-492-8470.

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amazing dexterity as they perform intricate maneuvers, including a remarkable five-man high pyramid, while galloping at more than 25 miles per hour in a 46-footdiameter, specially-designed ring.

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents LEGENDS, an all-new edition that unites iconic circus stars with living mythological creatures in a celebration of the LEGENDS that have captured imaginations for centuries. Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson guides Paulo the Legend Seeker on his quest to discover real, living legends from around the world and presents Paulo’s fantastic discoveries to circus fans everywhere.

Hailing from Great Britain, Alexander Lacey’s special bond with lions, tigers and a majestic leopard allow him to present a legendary mixed cat display that

the human chandelier with all eight performers swinging simultaneously four stories above the arena floor by only the strength of their long tresses. •

From Paraguay, the fearless Torres Family shatters records and dares to achieve the impossible by putting eight family members, including one female rider, on speeding motorcycles inside the

• The Chinese National Acrobatic Troupe from Beijing impresses audiences with a number of diverse acts that include fastpaced hoop diving through astonishingly tall and impossibly narrow hoops, an elegant rolling ballet on bicycles where acrobats perform feats and build an incredible pyramid and breathtaking pole climbers executing flips and twists accompanied by traditional, dancing Chinese lions.

“Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is where legends live, and we constantly ask our audiences to believe in the unbelievable. For this edition we’ve combined a number of mythical themes and stories into a lavish production of sight and sound unlike any show we have ever created,” says Producer Nicole Feld. Mythology meets reality as Paulo encounters the wondrous Pegasus and the amazing Unicorn, as well as circus legends such as big cat presenter Alexander Lacey; the Riders of the Wind Cossack horsemen; and motorcycle daredevils, the Torres Family. They all come together along with a cast spanning 25 countries in a spectacular production.

has garnered him awards from the renowned International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo and The Festival International du Cirque de Massy (France). With each performance, Lacey demonstrates his lifetime dedication to training and caring for these beautiful animals as he showcases their natural agility, strength and the unconditional respect and cooperation they share.

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An elite super-group of high-flying trapeze artists from the U.S., Brazil, Venezuela and Mexico, The Solar Hawks present a never-beforeseen double-wide flying trapeze act designed specifically for The Greatest Show On Earth. This dream team exhibits precision, stamina, strength and perfect form while attempting four consecutive triple somersaults with only seconds between each release.

The Riders of the Wind thunder into the arena on the backs of thoroughbred horses and are the protectors of the mythological Pegasus and Unicorn. These speeding daredevil Cossack riders display their strength and

• Also hailing from China, the Jade Statues come to life in a graceful display combining elegant choreography, precise timing and coordination with jawdropping diablo juggling skills. The spinning diablos dance in the air like synchronized fountains and are caught by these masterful artists in a unique and memorable performance.

Globe of Steel. Once locked inside the 16-foot globe, they will orbit at an unprecedented 65 miles per hour with only six inches to spare between each rider, avoiding collision by relying on their rigorous accuracy and confidence in each other. •

The Human Lotus Blossoms represent the largest assembly of hair-hanging artists appearing anywhere in the world today. An international array of beautiful “hairialists” from the U.S., Brazil, Bulgaria and Ukraine, they perform mesmerizing acrobatic choreography suspended only by the strands of their hair. The act culminates in

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A heartwarming presentation of showmanship with an animal menagerie ranging from ten to 10,000 pounds can only be found at Ringling Bros. Presents LEGENDS. Treasured Ringling Bros. Asian Elephants, from the largest herd in North America, are presented in an incredible spectacle that cannot be seen anywhere but at Ringling Bros.


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Under the baton of bandleader Wages Argott, the dynamic, ninepiece Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Band performs an original score of over 200 pieces of music arranged by awardwinning Hollywood and Broadway composers.

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For the ultimate circus fan experience, the producers have created a new, exclusive, intimate experience: the Ringmaster Zone. Access to this VIP area is available for an additional fee and offers families an unprecedented look behind the curtain of The Greatest Show On Earth. Fans have the opportunity to walk on the Ringling Red Carpet with Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson and the stars of the show, step inside the Globe of Steel, take photos on the ringmaster’s float and have an up-close elephant encounter.

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Think of “Rising Star” as the microwave of singing competitions. Can’t wait for results night? ABC’s version of the Israeli show kicks off Sunday, June 22 and the show’s novelty is that the audience’s immediate reaction counts. “There are two sides to this production,” says executive producer Ken Warwick. “One is the show side, one is the technology side.” The stage is dominated by a 14-foot high, double-sided LED screen that is 50-feet across. In what has to take stage jitters to a new level, as the singers perform, people vote. If they garner enough votes, the singers move on in the competition. It’s all happening during the song, and against that wall where the LED screens feature photos of those voting. And yes, there are censors in place to catch those who would think it hilarious to pull a Carlos Danger on national TV. People will have to register to be able to vote, but Warwick says it will be a very simple process. A couple of thousand contestants auditioned to be on the show, and their fates are decided within 90 seconds. “My main goal is to go back which I did in the early days of Idol and find a star,” says Warwick, who was a producer on “American Idol.” Ludacris, Kesha and Brad Paisley will tell the singers what they got right, and wrong, and Josh Groban hosts. “They could have asked anybody to host,” Groban says. “They could have gotten a DJ or a model, anybody to read a prompter. They wanted this to be music-centric. And my background is 150 percent music and 5 percent hosting – I am terrible at math. “They wanted me to riff with the judges and to be able to contribute,” Groban continues. “And I am sure I will have an opinion, and sometimes I will be Switzerland. I understand what it feels like at 16. I will have the artists’ back to give them a positive experience.”

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Andi Dorfman The roses are the same for all contestants – perfect, red, just starting to bud. But the glamour is tailor-made for each woman on ABC’s “The Bachelorette,” Mondays. Costumer Cary Fetman outfits all of the women and works with them to ensure they are comfortable and the image presented on the show is true to them. “Each one is so different because each one brings their own personality and their own what-they-want-to-look-like,” Fetman says. “It is never so much about me as much as how they envision themselves.” “This season’s bachelorette, Andi Dorfman, who had the presence of mind to reject Juan Pablo, came to the series with definitive ideas about clothes. “Andi’s look throughout the whole season is much more tailored,” he continues. “There is a ton of beaded and sequined and sexy dresses. Her look was basically black, white and gray.”

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Page Springs Cellars is hosting what is sure to be the state’s most vibrant and entertaining wine and music festival this year. Taking the place of the winery’s extremely popular annual fall Harvest Festival and in celebration of Page Springs’ 10th Anniversary, the Tilted Earth Wine and Music Festival will be held on June 21 during the summer solstice at the beautiful Riverfront Park in Cottonwood. The park truly sets the stage for an enjoyable event, with expansive open space and lush, green trees, perfect for a Saturday afternoon with loved ones or a quick escape from the Phoenix heat. Wine aficionados can enjoy specialty selections from 16 Northern Arizona wineries, delicious cuisine from six gourmet food trucks, massages by Page Springs Massage and Yoga, a raffle benefitting the Verde Valley Teen Center, complimentary kid friendly fun including face painting and sumo suit wrestling, and a live music line-up from seven artists and bands, including acclaimed Canadian headliner Bruce Cockburn. Inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2001, Cockburn has released 31 albums and his career spans more than five decades. “The Arizona wine industry is worthy of celebration all year long, but Tilted Earth is a special way to commemorate our craft, bringthe community together for a little fun in the sun, and give back to a good cause while doing it,” said Eric Glomski, Page Springs Cellars’ founder and winemaker. “We’re incredibly grateful to be celebrating 10 fruitful years in this rapidly growing industry and we’re proud to call this roster of wineries our colleagues and friends.”

Participating wineries in the 2014 Tilted Earth Wine and Music Festival include:Alcantara Vineyards Arizona Stronghold Vineyards Burning Tree Cellars Cellar 433/Bitter Creek/Jerome Winery Chateau Tumbleweed Dektown Cellars Freitas Vineyard Fire Mountain/Cellar Dwellers Gallifant Cellars Grand Canyon Winery Javelina Leap Oak Creek Vineyards and Winery Page Springs Cellars Passion Cellars Pillsbury Wine Company Stage Stop Vineyards A portion of the proceeds from from the event will go to the Verde Valley Teen Center to create and sustain youth programs that empower teens in Cottonwood and the Verde Valley to lead successful lives as individuals and community members. Doors will be open from noon to midnight and tickets can be purchased online at store.pagespringscellars.com for $45 in advance or $50 at the door on the day of the festival. Admission includes a reusable Govino wine glass and wines can be purchased from any of the participating wineries. Children 12 and under are free. Page Springs Cellars Wine Club Member discounts apply. As a precursor to the event, all 16 wineries will host separate wine pairing dinners throughout Cottonwood on Friday, June 20. Tickets are currently available for all dinners. For more information on pairing dinners, the live music schedule and ticket information, please visit http://pagespringscellars. com/2014/04/tilted-earth-wine-musicfestival/.

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

DIDN T KNOW! by Stan Robinson

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.

HERB STRATFORD

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

‘The German Doctor’ Natalia Oreiro plays a young woman who falls in love with one of the biggest criminals of all time (Àlex Brendemühl) when her Argentine family invites him into their home without knowing his true identity. (PG-13 - 93 minutes)

‘Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon’ Filmmakers Beth Aala and Mike Myers examine legendary Hollywood insider Shep Gordon, who fell into artist management by chance after moving to LA straight out of college. (R - 84 minutes)

Stan: At the onset, ‘The German Doctor’ easily and quite effectively leads us down the familiar path of a WWII based story on true events as the English subtitled film heightens our expectations of hope as we attach our emotionally stimulated alliances with the family depicted. As the actions of ‘The Doctor’ become more apparent, we, as well the family, are lead down that ‘primrose’ diabolical path for an intriguingly disturbing psychological thriller.

Stan: For those of us who were working in the film and music industry in the 90s, the name of Shep Gordon is familiar. This film serves as that ‘time travel’ vehicle to fill in the personality nuances and the human intricacies that defined Shep Gordon as that unique agent/manager as the highest bar is set for those who list as their occupation, a person who acts on behalf of another, better known as an ‘Agent’.

Randy: History and WWII buffs may enjoy the premise behind this dramatic thriller. As seen time and time again, a cast of professionals manage to elevate an otherwise bland retelling of an otherwise intriguing story. There are no major flaws with this one, but other than the incredible true story of such a heinous figure, there is nothing particularly memorable either.

Herb: This fun look at the incredible life of super-agent/manager Shep Gordon is a real delight. I loved the archival material and killer interviews that novice director Mike Myers put together, and now have an even deeper sense of loss for the way the music business used to be. Here’s a guy I think we’d all have loved to hang out with for an evening, but we’ll have to settle for watching him onscreen.

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For ‘Ferris Bueller’s Day Off’ (1986),Tom Cruise, John Cusack, Jim Carrey, and Johnny Depp were considered for the hooky playing teen. Matthew Broderick got the role.

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Actress Caitlin Stasey (‘All Cheerleaders Die’) By Joseph J. Airdo In “All Cheerleaders Die,” Caitlin Stasey plays a rebel girl who joins her high school cheerleading squad in an effort to take down the captain of the football team. However a supernatural turn of events thrusts the girls into a different battle. “To be fair, first and foremost I really wanted the job. I think that everybody forgets that what attracts people to work is generally just a desire to work. I am not necessarily in a position where I can pick and choose as willfully as others. But I also just enjoyed the script. I thought that it was a really fun female-led comedy/ horror - which was interesting to me.

“I think that the term ‘girl power’ in itself is sort of redundant because it is goes to prove that there is a difference between the sexes and there is a finite sort of amount of power that one perceives as being female and male. So, sure [‘All Cheerleaders Die’] is incredibly empowering for women but the term ‘girl power’ is [bad form]. “[The production] was really fun. The girls were great. They are all really talented, hard-working, sincere, compassionate young women and we had a really great time together. The dudes were really great as well

- funny and sweet. And everybody was really respectful of each other. They were just really hard working. When it is an independent feature, you sort of have to go above and beyond your station to make things comfortable for yourself.

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“I do not really know if there is necessarily a lesson to be learned [in ‘All Cheerleaders Die’]. I think that it is just a case of come and watch this ridiculous film about these ridiculous adventures. And be good to each other. Don’t hurt each other. I guess that’s about it. There is really no morality to it.” - Caitlin Stasey

Randy Montgomery’s ‘Movie Tweets’ ‘22 Jump Street’ ~ More of the same, but the numerous laugh-out-loud moments and chemistry between Tatum and Hill make it worth it. Grade: B ‘A Million Ways to Die in the West’ ~ Loved the premise, didn’t love the result. MacFarlane is talented, but the movie is too long and the jokes too juvenile. Grade: C‘Edge of Tomorrow’ ~ Sci-fi, action, humor and amazing special effects. Blunt is enjoyable as always and easily Cruise’s best film in a long time Grade: B+ ‘Godzilla’ ~ The visual effects are topnotch, but there is something about the cheesy quality of the original that cannot be matched. Grade: B‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ ~ Was not a huge fan of the first installment, but part two won me over with the impressive animation and heartwarming storyline. Grade: B+ ‘Maleficent’ ~ Bad acting, strange script and so-so special effects add up

to a somewhat enjoyable outcome. A different take on a familiar story.Grade: C‘Neighbors’ ~ A moderately funny and moderately touching 96 minute raunch fest with actors (Efron and Byrne) that deserve better. Grade: C ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ ~ Emotionally draining, but in a GOOD way. This is why you go to the movies; to feel every emotion. Woodley and Elgort shine. Grade: A+ ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ ~ In a season w/ superheroes & comic book characters, this stands out from the rest, and is the best in its own franchise. A winner! Grade: A ‘Night Moves’ ~ The trailer looked promising and I am a huge fan of Director Kelly Reichardt’s previous films. What promised to be an edge of your seat thriller ended up being a snooze fest, with the only real suspense being when the closing credits would start to roll. There was a promising thriller buried in the script, but Reichardt when the artsy route.

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Stan Robinson’s ‘Kid Picks’ ‘THE LEGO MOVIE’ ‘The Lego Movie’ DVD ~ The hit animated movie, based on the Lego Company’s toy bricks which have been around since 1949, is now available on DVD! The theme of the movie features an ordinary LEGO mini-figure, mistakenly thought to be the extraordinary MasterBuilder, who is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil LEGO tyrant from gluing the universe together! The LEGO Movie is available in a 2 disc special edition on DVD + UltraViolet Combo Pack, with over 2 hours of additional extras and special features, a sure delight for the whole Family!

Ferrell, Channing Tatum, Elizabeth Banks, Jonah Hill, Cobie Smulders, Liam Neeson, and Morgan Freeman to name a few! (PG - 100 minutes)

For us parents, grandparents, and certainly the youngsters, the superheroes abound including Batman, Hans Solo & C-3PO from Star Wars, Green Lantern, Superman, Wonder Woman, and a host of others while the voice actors is a ‘Who’s Who’ of live action movie stars including Will Arnett, Will

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“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” -Brian Littrell

“The key to change… is to let go of fear.” – Rosanne Cash

WORDS FROM THE WISE

“The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure.” – Sven Goran Eriksson

“There is far more opportunity than there is ability. “ – Thomas A. Edison

“If we’re growing, we’re always going to be out of our comfort zone.” – John Maxwell

“Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.” – Winston Churchill

“If you wait to do everything until you’re sure it’s right, you’ll probably never do much of anything.”

“Courage is the discovery that you may not win, and trying when you know you can lose.” – Tom Krause

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STOCKYARDS RESTAURANT CELEBRATES 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE 1889 SALOON This summer, The Stockyards Restaurant, which opened in 1947, and then suffered a devastating fire in 1953, is celebrating the 60 year anniversary of the grand re-opening and the establishment of the 1889 Saloon. On June 26, 1954, the restaurant re-opened with the addition of the massive hand carved cherry stained Honduran mahogany bar. The back bar was recently painstakingly restored to its original grandeur. There is an equally massive custom made cut-glass chandelier designed by Helen Tovrea in the 1950’s, and hand-painted murals that colorfully portray various song lyrics and melodramas of this era, such as “Sweet Adeline” and “The Face on the Barroom Floor.” The Stockyards retains it Old West charm with the original polished hardwood oak floors, saloon-style heavy wood, etched glass and pressed-tin ceilings. The menu stays true to its heritage as well, as dinner service begins with a traditional relish tray and

a bread basket with hot-from-the-oven baking soda biscuits and corn bread muffins with prickly pear honey butter. And unlike most Phoenix steakhouses, all entrees include soup or salad and a choice of potato.

first visit or if they’ve been coming here for decades,” said Lasko, a 45-year veteran of the restaurant industry. Operating The Stockyards for the past ten years is by far the most fun I’ve had in my career!”

Gary Lasko, the Proprietor, has been impressed over the years by the steady stream of stories shared with him by guests who have enjoyed the Stockyards since 1947. The sepia-toned aerial photographs that line the walls evoke countless stories of how folks fondly remember the time when The Stockyards was comprised of more than 200 acres of cattle pens to support more than 40,000 head of cattle, making it the world’s largest feed lot. The restaurant also features and displays an extensive Western Art collection. “There is such affection for this restaurant in the valley and throughout the state. People are just blown away when they come in, whether it’s their

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10. Kevlar lined Sandler film 19. Actress Teri 20. Dallas NBAer 21. Zodiac animal 22. Relative of Wednesday

106. “CSI” evidence

114. “___ Just Not That Into You” 116. “You’ve Got Mail” co. 117. Mature 118. ___ Flynn Boyle 120. “Waiting to ___”

23. “___ We There Yet?”

123. Pro vote

24. Capote, to friends

125. Have a tab

25. Actor Jared

126. “Lost” actor Daniel ___ Kim

26. Copper head? 27. Screen’s Neeson 28. ___ Zeppelin 29. Put in stitches

127. “Jack and ___” 129. “The Big Bang Theory” character

30. B&B

131. Sandler role in 61 across

31. Oscar winner Winslet

133. “Reign ___ Me”

33. Eur. country

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34. The Braves, on scoreboards

135. “___ Like Us”

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138. Lay down the lawn

37. Male delivery?

139. Folk singer Burl

38. “The ___-Minded Professor”

141. “Jaws” boat

41. “Monster’s ___”

137. News letters

144. Mr. Peanut prop

43. Actress Meg

146. Singer/songwriter Scaggs

46. C.P.A.’s concern

147. Pesticide letters

48. Norman’s hotel

149. “___ Cowboys”

49. Pop’s pop

153. “The Devil ___ Prada”

50. “___-Wan Kenobi 52. “When Harry ___ Sally...”

155. “Punch-Drunk ___”

54. “___ Gilmore”

157. “Who’s ___ Is It Anyway?”

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158. Unit price word

59. “Bury My Heart at Wounded ___”

159. Needing kneading?

60. “___! Or My Mom Will Shoot”

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61. “The Longest ___” 63. Scrooge 65. 10 of “10” 67. Mid.

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70. “Air America” setting

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72. Singer Vannelli

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TRAPPIST BREWERIES 2012 was an interesting year for Trappist beers as we had a very rare appearance of Westvleteren 12 on the shelves in the United States and we had the opening of another recognized Trappist brewery, Stift Engelzell in Austria. This is exciting due to the fact that there were only seven Trappist Breweries in the world, six of which are in Belgium and the other in The Netherlands. The addition of the eighth in Austria is big news. Of all of these, Westvleteren has consistently been the most difficult to get as we will see below. Anything besides these eight is, at best, an Abbey Ale, or, more occasionally a contract brewed craft beer purporting to be authentic. As we examine Trappist beers below, you will come to understand why the beer community was abuzz with the news from 2012. A Trappist Beer is one brewed by, or under the immediate control of, Trappist Monks. Pretty simple. Except that many breweries are associated with or licensed by a monastery that may or may not have formerly produced beer. These beers are not considered Trappist beers, but rather Abbey beers. The Trappist Order of monks started in the town of La Trappe in France by a reformed member of a noble family who had been known for his worldly ways. Granted permission by the king to retire to Abbaye de la Trappe he initiated massive changes creating an order that believed in strict observance which required austerity of diet, penitential exercises and, with the exception of daily chanting, absolute silence. Granted land by the local nobility, the monks grew barley and wheat as a part of their ascetic lifestyle. To sustain them during periods of fasting, they also brewed beer – liquid bread inspired by faith, patience and

a desire to reach spiritual perfection. These were the first Trappists. Driven out of France in the 1700s during the French Revolution, the Trappists fled mostly to Belgium and The Netherlands where the reestablished their abbeys and began brewing beer again. Beer was produced only in sufficient quantities to provide sustenance to the monks with a portion being sold to the public to support the monastery financially. The beer became well known for its small, artisanal production qualities and was called the champagne of Belgium. In many ways these Trappist beers were the forerunners of the American craft beer. The breweries were small, independent and brewed in traditional methods…although in reality they created the traditional methods…with nothing being added unless it enhanced the product. In the 1990s commercial beer companies began to notice the popularity of the Trappist ales and attempted to associate themselves with the quality of these beers. The Trappist brewing community, in order to protect their reputations, established the International Trappist Association in 1997. They created a logo and strict criteria for acceptance in to the association and the right to use the name and symbol. Of the original eight Trappist Breweries from 1997 seven still survive. Only Mariawald in Germany no longer produces beer. Beers brewed in the Trappist tradition, but not meeting the criteria for inclusion in the association have come to be known as Abbey beers. Even beers brewed within monastery walls may not be called Trappist if they are not produced under the direct control of the monks with an economic purpose of charitable assistance, not profit.

Of the eight Trappist breweries operating, two are fairly well known, three are moderately well known, two are somewhat smaller and more mysterious and one is brand new. Not surprisingly this has to do with availability of the product as well as the desire of the monks to become more popular. The most famous of these beers is Chimay. The monks of Abbaye Notre-Dame de Scourmont in Chimay Belgium have chosen a more aggressive approach to funding their order and their red, white and blue labels are perhaps the most well known of the Trappist beers. Produced as a dubbel, tripel and quad respectively, these beers are a fine example of Trappist brewing. The Blue or Grand Reserve is particularly suitable for aging and will evolve and improve in flavor for up to 20 years. The other well known Trappist beer is Orval. This is the most unique of the Trappists for a couple of reasons. First, the produce only one beer; and second is that this one beer undergoes a secondary fermentation that uses 10 different strains of yeast including Brettanomyces, a wild yeast that provides a slightly sour undertone to the beer. It is also dry-hopped which serves to distinguish it further from its Trappist bretheren. The next most known Trappist beers are those from Westmalle. Producing only a dubbel and a tripel, Westmalle is considered the most influential of all the Trappist breweries. These Trappist beers speak of complexity, blending malts from Belgium, Germany and France, in conjunction with brewing water that is high in mineral spirits for a uniquely-defined style of beer. Their yeast is thought to be one of the finest and is in demand from brewers across the world that want to produce

Trappist influenced beers. Rochefort is known as the most beautiful of the Trappist breweries, the beers produced at Rochefort are all dark, and known by the concentration of their corresponding worts of 6, 8 or 10. They are blended of malts and dark candy sugar, touched with German Hallertauer and Styrian Goldings Hops and undergo a warm and fast fermentation. Next is La Trappe, the only non-Belgian of the Trappist breweries. Located in The Netherlands, they are also the brewery most like secular breweries in that they produce the most different beers. The five regular production beers are a Blonde, Dubbel, Tripel, Quadrupel and Wit. They also produce occasional seasonal releases and their Bockbier is the only lager produced by a Trappist brewery. Achel is the newcomer of the Trappist breweries, the only one that was not producing beer prior to World War I. They make a Blonde and a Brune, each in two different strengths. They have rapidly become known for their dedication to the art of brewing and their beers are of outstanding quality. Stift Engelszell is located at a Trappist monastery that was founded in 1925 by refugee German monks looking for a permanent home after World War I. The monastery is also the site of the Engelszell Abbey church which was built in the mid 1700’s. they have survived for many years selling agricultural items including cheese, liqueurs and now beer. Their beers are named after former leaders of the abbey. Gregorious is a Dark Triple (see previous articles about dark triples, the most famous of which is Gulden Draak) and Benno is a lighter Belgian Ale.

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I have left for last Sint Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren. This monastery is without question the most mysterious and least understood of all the Trappist beer producing monasteries. The Westvleteren 12 is one of the holy grails of beer drinking. It is difficult to come by and, when available, will sell for as much as $30 for an 11.2 oz bottle. The scarcity of this product is partially responsible for it regularly appearing on lists as the number one beer in the world. Why is it so scarce? The brothers at the abbey produce no more than they absolutely need to maintain the abbey and reject all commercial attempts to sell their beer. In order to purchase this beer, one must telephone the abbey several weeks in advance to secure an appointment to buy whichever of the three production beers will be available on that particular day. On the scheduled day, the purchaser arrives to the monastery, which is extremely difficult to get to and requires a very good map, pulls up to the gate, exchanges money with the brother in charge and the beer (no more than two cases) is loaded in to the trunk. Purchasers are also required to acknowledge that the beer is for personal consumption and is not for resale. The only other spot to purchase the beer in accordance with the monk’s wishes is at In Da Vrede, a small café across from the monastery which is perhaps the best place in the world to sit and consume this spectacular beer. Beer does show up in the market from time to time, but all of it is resale against the monks’ wishes which accounts for the high price.

There are also three other Trappist monasteries involved in beer. Mont des Cats in France sells Trappist beer produced for them by Chimay and does not include the Trappist label. Abbey of Maria Toevlucht in the Netherlands are in the planning process for an on-site brewery which would likely apply for the Trappist label. The first United States Trappist Brewery has also opened. St. Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts is the first American monastery to produce an official Trappist Ale and the first outside of Europe. The abbey was awarded the right to use the “Authentic Trappist Product” logo in 2013. According to the official website of the brewery, “Our recipe was inspired by the traditional refectory ales known as patersbier (“fathers’ beer” in Flemish). These sessionable beers are brewed by the monks for their dinner table and are typically only available at the monastery. Spencer is a full-bodied, golden-hued ale with fruity accents, a dry finish and light hop bitterness. The beer is unfiltered and unpasteurized, preserving live yeast that naturally carbonates the beer in the bottle and keg, and contributes to the beer flavor and aroma.” We could write thousands of words about the Trappist beers and may do so at a later date. In the meantime, remember if its not one of the eight beers listed here, it is not a Trappist beer. The other thing to remember is that these eight breweries produce some of the finest beer in the world, all of which is worth seeking out and trying. In fact, what a good idea, I may have a La Trappe Quad tucked away in my cellar, perhaps I should go dig it out.

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While enjoying the cool weather Prescott don’t miss visiting a place downtown that’s right out of the old Wild West “Whiskey Row” Take a position at one of the many bars with one of your boots on the foot-rail and

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Rhona Mitra stars in “The Last Ship,” premiering Sunday on TNT.

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‘The Last Ship’ sails to save a dying world Once, people feared the world would end in a mass conflagration followed by a nuclear winter and ultimate demise either from radiation poisoning or mass infertility. At least that’s what William Brinkley had in mind when he wrote his 1988 post-apocalyptic novel called “The Last Ship.” Well, this is 2014, and we’ve got more things to worry about now, so when TNT premieres its 10-episode series adaptation of “The Last Ship” on Sunday, June 22, it’s not nuclear war that devastates the world, but a mysterious plague. Michael Bay (“Armageddon,” “Pearl Harbor,” “I Am Number Four”) is executive producer, along with writers Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane (also, Jonathan Mostow directed the pilot). Eric Dane (“Grey’s Anatomy”) stars as Commander Tom Chandler, the captain of the fictional warship the USS Nathan James, which, after the pandemic hits, is carrying scientist Dr. Rachel Scott (Rhona Mitra) and her experiments, which may just yield a cure. Also starring are Adam Baldwin (“Chuck,” “Firefly”) as second-in-command Mike Slattery; Charles Parnell as Hugh Jeter, the ship’s master chief; and Travis Van Winkle as SEAL team leader Danny Green. Joining them are Tracy Middendorf, Jocko Sims, Christina Elmore, Michaela McManus, Sam Spruell and Marissa Neitling. But, despite the devastation of the world, the Nathan James is not alone on the seas, and on this day on the show’s indoor sets in Manhattan Beach, Calif., a tense scene is being shot as the ship attends to slip away from an enemy vessel. Other California locations include the decks of the USS Dewey, in port in San Diego (the USS Halsey, which was then in port, was used for the pilot); the former cruise liner RMS Queen Mary, berthed in Long Beach; and the USS Iowa museum ship, berthed at the Port of Los Angeles in San Pedro (standing in for a Russian vessel). Tucked into the tight quarters of the bridge set, Dane, Baldwin, Mitra and other cast members create palpable tension as they work to keep control during a dangerous maneuver. “Maybe that’s why I like this character so much,” Mitra says of the tough-minded Scott. “She rolls like a guy.” It’s the combination of external peril and internal discipline that lies at the heart of “The Last Ship,” filmed with the cooperation of the U.S. Navy. “How do they hold it together?” asks Steinberg. “How do they preserve the hierarchy and the structure of a system that has worked so well for hundreds of years? How do they hold it together when there’s a collapse of government, when there’s no higher authority, when these people are not getting paid? “What happens when the enlistments run out? How does the captain hold that group together? So it was very important to us to have the semblance of what Navy life was like to be very realistic, because the show is really about, how do you uphold that? “How do you maintain order in the midst of chaos?” The son of a Navy man with other service members in his ancestry, Dane was also attracted to the military discipline — and the uniform — but as a husband and father of two (his character also has a wife and children), it didn’t stop there. “The world becomes a really scary place once you have kids,” he says. “It becomes a very scary place. I can’t imagine there’s not some element of me thinking about my family in every single scene, every single decision I make on this journey we’re taking here. “While I have the world to think about and a crew to think about, and I have to make decisions that are for the greater good of them, which therefore are for the greater good of mankind, I also have to think about decisions that are going to affect my family. “So I’ve got to compartmentalize a lot of stuff and selflessly put a lot of stuff before my wife and kids, who are the most important thing to me.” Baldwin also wants to emphasize that this is not “Mutiny on the Bounty.” “This one,” he says, “remains loyal to God and country and flag and discipline and all of that, with dramatic aspects that have to come in. You have to have some dynamic tension.

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London fashion maven Cruella DeVil steals pups for her newest creation, a Dalmatian coat.

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A desperate, debt-ridden salesman agrees to perform an increasingly hideous set of tasks in order to win millions of dollars.

A Bug’s Life

Animated. An inventor ant teams up with other insects to keep a gang of grasshoppers from terrorizing his colony.

Aatank

Childhood friends battle a gangster when black pearls are discovered off the shores of a coastal village in India.

Alice in Wonderland The LEGO Movie

Animated. An ordinary LEGO figurine, thought to be the key to saving the world, is accompanied by a fellowship of strangers embarking on a quest to vanquish a tyrant bent on a terrible deed.

Live action/animated. Now a teenager, Alice returns to Underland, where she must find her destiny and put an end to the Red Queen’s reign of terror.

The LEGO Movie

Animated. An ordinary LEGO figurine, thought to be the key to saving the world, is accompanied by a fellowship of strangers embarking on a quest to vanquish a tyrant bent on a terrible deed.

Son of God

Jesus Christ spreads a message of love and hope, but powerful forces ally against him when he enters Jerusalem.

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.

Walk of Shame

A woman’s dream of becoming a news anchor is jeopardized by an illadvised tryst that leaves her stranded in downtown Los Angeles with no money or transportation and only eight hours to make it to the most important job interview of her life.

Venus in Fur

An enigmatic actress may have a hidden agenda when she auditions for a part in a misogynistic writer’s play.

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A woman’s dream of becoming a news anchor is jeopardized by an illadvised tryst that leaves her stranded in downtown Los Angeles with no money or transportation and only eight hours to make it to the most important job interview of her life.


Seth sees his best friend disappear in a flash of light. Two years later, Seth is still dealing with the fallout and suspicions when a series of grisly murders rocks the community.

Alpha Alert

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A vicious, bloodthirsty predator traps a group of friends in an isolated cabin.

Authors Anonymous

Members of a writers’ group are shocked when Hannah, their newest author, finds overnight success.

Axel: The Biggest Little Hero

Animated. A boy and his friend set out to find a magical plant that will save his tribe from starvation.

Brave

Escape From Planet Earth

Animated. A courageous Scottish princess must figure out how to undo a beastly curse after an eccentric witch grants her an ill-fated wish.

Animated. A heroic astronaut dashes off on an ill-advised rescue mission. After he becomes caught in a fiendish trap, he must rely on his nerdy brother to save him.

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A girl joins rodeo trick-riders and embarks on a tour with them in the hope that she will find her long-lost father along the way.

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Animated. A bear named Ernest and a mouse named Celestine form an unlikely friendship.

Escape From Planet Earth

Animated. A heroic astronaut dashes off on an ill-advised rescue mission. After he becomes caught in a fiendish trap, he must rely on his nerdy brother to save him.

Evan Almighty

A newly elected congressman faces a crisis of biblical proportions when God commands him to build an ark.

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Frequencies

In a parallel world where human frequencies determine luck, love, and destiny, Zak is forced to overcome science to love a woman with a different frequency.

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Heart of the Country

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After Faith’s husband is jailed for fraud, she leaves her life of luxury behind to return to her rural hometown and be near her father and sister.

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Chubby children descend on a summer camp for the overweight that has just been purchased by a greedy fitness guru.

Monsters vs. Aliens

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“Zero Dark Thirty”

Before Midnight 5:15 p.m. on STARZ

The Normal Heart 4 p.m. on HBO

On the last night of their idyllic Greek vacation, longtime lovers Jesse and Celine reminisce about their lives together and what different choices might have brought.

In 1980s New York, a writer and his friends join forces to expose the truth about the emerging AIDs crisis to both the government and the gay community.

Pitch Perfect 7:30 p.m. on CINEMAX When a new student joins her college’s female a cappella group, she takes the women out of their comfort zone of traditional pieces and introduces them to innovative arrangements.

Django Unchained 10 p.m. on TMC A former slave joins forces with the German bounty hunter who freed him and helps hunt down the South’s mostwanted criminals, all in the hope of finding his long-lost wife.

THURSDAY Enough Said 11:30 a.m. on HBO A divorcee starts to question her blossoming relationship with a like-minded man after discovering that he is the exhusband of her new friend.

Platoon 2:15 p.m. on STARZ Two sergeants and a private join others lost in war along the 1967 Cambodian border.

Cinderella Man 3 p.m. on HBO Despite a string of losses and injuries, boxer Jim Braddock makes a dramatic comeback and faces champion Max Baer.

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A Marine and his comrades form brotherly bonds while patrolling the Iraqi desert during the Gulf War.

FRIDAY The Ghost Writer 9:45 a.m. on TMC A newly hired ghostwriter exposes evidence that suggests his late predecessor knew a dark secret about their subject, the former prime minister of Britain.

Enough Said 11 a.m. on HBO A divorcee starts to question her blossoming relationship with a likeminded man after discovering that he is the ex-husband of her new friend.

A control freak’s disreputable brother introduces him to a mysterious game that invades his ordered existence.

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

The East 2 p.m. on HBO

Fierce People 6 p.m. on TMC

Zero Dark Thirty 2:35 p.m. on STARZ

A drug addict and her teenage son spend a fateful summer at a benevolent billionaire’s lavish estate.

The work of a dedicated female CIA operative becomes instrumental in the hunt for and elimination of Osama bin Laden.

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After her son is kidnapped and later found, a woman insists that the boy who was returned to her is not her child.

The Impossible 11 a.m. on SHOW

The owner of a barbershop faces pressure from a corporation that is opening establishments in his neighborhood.

A former NSA operative aids the innocent victim of a politically motivated assassination cover-up.

Changeling 6:05 a.m. on CINEMAX

The Game 12 p.m. on CINEMAX

Hired to infiltrate a group of ecoterrorists, an undercover operative instead finds herself growing sympathetic to the cause and attracted to the leader.

Enemy of the State 7 p.m. on CINEMAX

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Hot Shots! Part Deux 4 p.m. on CINEMAX The government recruits a parody of a commando for a rescue mission after Operation Desert Storm.

The Dark Knight Rises 2:15 p.m. on CINEMAX Eight years after he took the blame for Harvey Dent’s death and vanished into the night, Batman is forced out of his self-imposed exile by a cunning cat burglar and a merciless terrorist called Bane.

Iron Man 3 2:30 p.m. on STARZ After a malevolent enemy reduces his world to rubble, Tony Stark must rely on instinct and ingenuity to protect those he loves as he searches for a way to avenge his losses.

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The River Wild 5:25 p.m. on TMC Strangers threaten a former river guide, her husband and their son on a white-water rafting trip in the West.

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut 8:30 p.m. on CINEMAX Animated. Kyle, Stan and Cartman orchestrate a resistance to an imminent war between Canada and the United States.

SUNDAY Simon Birch 8:05 a.m. on TMC An undersized New Hampshire boy helps a friend learn his father’s identity.

The World’s End 9:40 a.m. on CINEMAX An immature 40-year-old convinces his childhood pals to join him in an epic pub-crawl, but as they make their way toward their final destination, a battle for mankind emerges.

Find Me Guilty 12:10 p.m. on TMC When an ambitious prosecutor drags him back into court, imprisoned mobster Jack DiNoscio decides to defend himself instead of ratting on his associates in a New Jersey crime family.

Arthur 3:45 p.m. on STARZ A dry British butler helps his tippling master choose love with a waitress or marriage for money.

Fierce People 3:45 p.m. on TMC A drug addict and her teenage son spend a fateful summer at a benevolent billionaire’s lavish estate.

Life of Pi 4:30 p.m. on HBO After the freighter they’re on sinks in a storm, a teenager and a Bengal tiger wind up on a small lifeboat and must learn to trust each other to survive.


When a school’s goody-two-shoes runs for class president, a teacher/adviser schemes to keep her from winning.

Play Misty for Me 12:35 p.m. on TMC

Enough Said 3:30 p.m. on HBO A divorcee starts to question her blossoming relationship with a like-minded man after discovering that he is the exhusband of her new friend.

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Jarhead 10 p.m. on TMC A Marine and his comrades form brotherly bonds while patrolling the Iraqi desert during the Gulf War.

MONDAY The Amazing Spider-Man 8:05 a.m. on STARZ Peter Parker’s quest to solve his parents’ disappearance puts him on a collision course with a scientist’s deadly alter ego, the Lizard.

Wish Me Away 8:15 a.m. on SHOW Determined to live a lie no longer, acclaimed country singer Chely Wright comes out as a lesbian in 2010.

The Ghost Writer 9 a.m. on TMC A newly hired ghostwriter exposes evidence that suggests his late predecessor knew a dark secret about their subject, the former prime minister of Britain.

White Men Can’t Jump 10:20 a.m. on CINEMAX

Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 2:40 p.m. on CINEMAX The owner of a gym and an overbearing entrepreneur form dodgeball teams to compete for $50,000 in Las Vegas.

Fight Club 4:20 p.m. on CINEMAX Two young professionals create an underground club where men can compete in hand-to-hand combat.

The Case Against 8 9 p.m. on HBO Filmmakers Ben Cotner and Ryan White examine the landmark Supreme Court case that overturned California’s Proposition 8 and its ban on same-sex marriage.

Team America: World Police 9:30 p.m. on TMC Puppet commandos protect the planet from fiendish terrorists and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il.

TUESDAY Beginners 6:05 a.m. on CINEMAX

Two basketball hustlers, black and white, count on racial myth to cash in on street games.

Newfound love elicits a man’s memories of his late father, who came out of the closet at 75 to fully embrace his homosexuality.

The Aviator 12:25 p.m. on STARZ

Madagascar 7:50 a.m. on CINEMAX

During the 1930s and ’40s, wealthy industrialist Howard Hughes gains fame as a movie producer, airplane designer and pilot.

The Woman in Black 1:30 p.m. on SHOW A widowed lawyer encounters ghostly goings-on at the foreboding estate of a recently deceased client.

Rescue Dawn 2:30 p.m. on TMC During the Vietnam War, Dieter Dengler, a U.S. fighter pilot, is shot down over Laos and taken captive by enemy soldiers.

Animated. Zoo animals must learn to survive in the wild after they wash ashore on an exotic island.

Big 8:45 a.m. on HBO A wishing machine turns a boy into a 35-year-old man with a fun job and a girlfriend.

Pacific Rim 11 a.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.

Do the Right Thing 4 p.m. on TMC Spike Lee’s account of erupting racial tensions on a summer afternoon in a predominantly black Brooklyn neighborhood.

Your Sister’s Sister 7:30 p.m. on TMC A man falls into bed with his best friend’s sister, leading to an unexpected love triangle when his friend arrives the next day.

The Conjuring 8 p.m. on HBO Paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren confront a powerful demonic entity when they try to help parents and children being terrorized in their secluded farmhouse.

Pitch Perfect 9 p.m. on CINEMAX When a new student joins her college’s female a cappella group, she takes the women out of their comfort zone of traditional pieces and introduces them to innovative arrangements.

The Normal Heart 12 a.m. on HBO In 1980s New York, a writer and his friends join forces to expose the truth about the emerging AIDs crisis to both the government and the gay community.

Buffalo Soldiers 12:45 a.m. on TMC A new sergeant tries to stop an amoral soldier and his associates from running a black-market operation.

The Place Beyond the Pines 2:15 a.m. on HBO

In Her Shoes 6:05 a.m. on CINEMAX A sexy partyer clashes with her seriousminded sister and befriends a widow at a Florida retirement community.

Flushed Away 7:35 a.m. on HBO Animated. After an ignoble landing in Ratropolis, a pampered rodent enlists the help of a sewer scavenger in finding his way back to his posh London flat.

The Dark Knight Rises 11:45 a.m. on CINEMAX Eight years after he took the blame for Harvey Dent’s death and vanished into the night, Batman is forced out of his selfimposed exile by a cunning cat burglar and a merciless terrorist called Bane.

Heathers 2:30 p.m. on SHOW Cool Veronica and her quirky new boyfriend topple a high-school trio of too-cool Heathers.

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Les Misérables 3:15 p.m. on HBO In 19th-century France, ex-prisoner Jean Valjean, pursued for many years by ruthless policeman Javert, agrees to care for a factory worker’s daughter.

Fierce People 4:05 p.m. on TMC A drug addict and her teenage son spend a fateful summer at a benevolent billionaire’s lavish estate.

The Impossible 4:15 p.m. on SHOW A couple and their three sons encounter terror, courage and compassion following the December 2004 tsunami that devastated Thailand.

The East 6 p.m. on HBO Hired to infiltrate a group of ecoterrorists, an undercover operative instead finds herself growing sympathetic to the cause and attracted to the leader.

Seven Psychopaths 11 p.m. on SHOW A struggling screenwriter finds himself inadvertently entangled in the criminal underworld when his knucklehead friends abduct a mobster’s beloved Shih Tzu.

Django Unchained 11:10 p.m. on TMC

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

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.

Passing Strange The Movie 3:35 a.m. on SHOW

American History X 1:45 a.m. on HBO

Spike Lee films the Broadway musical about a young man who leaves Los Angeles to explore Europe.

A brutal skinhead emerges from prison reformed and tries to show his neo-Nazi brother the error of his ways.

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Braves’ Freeman proving he has all the right moves

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What do you call a first baseman who can hit, hit for power, drive in runs, field his position well and cut a mean rug? A future MVP. When video surfaced last month on the Internet of the Atlanta Braves’ Freddie Freeman showing off his creative dance moves at teammate Dan Uggla’s wedding late last year, it drew attention to a player who often flies under the radar and confirmed what the team, its fans and a lot of opposing pitchers already knew — that this guy is good. As of early June, the lefty-swinging Southern California native was second among Braves starters with a .297 batting average, to go with nine home runs (third on the team), 31 RBIs (second), a team-leading .388

Full name: Frederick Charles

Career highlights: Made MLB

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debut Sept. 1, 2010 ... collected his

Birthplace: Fountain Valley, Calif.

first hit four days later and his first

Birth date: Sept. 12, 1989

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on-base percentage and a .994 fielding percentage. This comes on the heels of his breakthrough 2013 campaign, when he put in figures of .319, 23, 109, .396 and .993, good enough to be selected to his first All-Star Game — though he wasn’t able to play because of a thumb injury. The Braves recognized his solid play this past February when they awarded him an eight-year, $135 million contract extension, keeping him in Dixie until at least age 33. Now maybe the rest of baseball and its fans will know him as well. Freeman and the Braves can be seen in action against the Philadelphia Phillies Saturday, June 28, in a regional game airing on Fox.

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How same sex marriage in California came to be ‘American Pharaoh’inchronicles Egypt’s How same sexquest marriage California came to be for World Cup

“The Case Against 8,” a documentary tracing the fight to keep gay marriage legal in California, premieres on HBO Monday, June 23, the first anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court ruling. An American coach8,” tries to lead the Egyptian soccer to the World “The Case Against a documentary tracing the fightteam to keep gay2014 marriage The documentary, already a film festival favorite, looks at the battle to overCup inin“American suspenseful one-hour documentary premieringof legal California, Pharaoh,” premieresaon HBO Monday, June 23, the first anniversary turn Prop 8, which made gay marriage illegal in California. It shows the people Monday, JuneSupreme 16, on PBS (check local listings). the landmark Court ruling. behind what had become a complicated and vitriolic argument: what constitutes Timed to air duringalready the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, looks the film by Jossam The documentary, a film festival favorite, at the battle toAboulovera marriage. The film focuses on two couples, one male, one female. MagdProp — an filmmaker who is illegal an avidinsoccer fan and a native Cairo turn 8, Egyptian which made gay marriage California. It shows the of people They’re loving, thoughtful and sincere, which is why they were picked. By the — follows Bob Bradley anda his wife, Lindsay, from their arrival inwhat Egypt on Oct. behind what had become complicated and vitriolic argument: constitutes time the couples wed, the women in San Francisco, the men in Los Angeles, it 3,marriage. 2011, through theirfocuses turbulent next two years both on a The film on experiences two couples,over one the male, one female. would take a pretty hard-hearted viewer to not tear up. and off theloving, field. thoughtful and sincere, which is why they were picked. By the They’re All they had wanted all along were to be granted equal rights. Eventually the The team had not qualified for thethe World since 2011, it time theEgyptian couplessoccer wed, the women in San Francisco, menCup in Los Angeles, Supreme Court guaranteed that. so the take pressure would have beenviewer on under thetear bestup. of circumstances. And the would a pretty hard-hearted to not Ted Olson, a longtime attorney for Republican causes and who was pivotal Bradleys came to thebebest of circumstances. All theyhardly had wanted allEgypt alongunder were to granted equal rights. Eventually the in the 2000 Gore v. Bush decision, champions the case to allow gay couple to Earlier in 2011, disenchanted Supreme Court guaranteed that.Egyptians — led in no small part by a militant marry. group hard-core football fans known as the Ultras — had PresiTed of Olson, a longtime attorney for Republican causes andoverthrown who was pivotal dent in thedecision, dramaticchampions Arab Spring euphoria in theHosni 2000 Mubarak Gore v. Bush theuprising. case to Any allowinitial gay couple to marry. gradually evaporated, however, once the Egyptians realized that deposing an

“Marriage is a conservative value,” Olson says on screen. “It’s two people who love one another and want to live together in a stable relationship, to become parthead ofisaafamily and of neighborhood of economy. unpopular of state is apart farvalue,” crya from establishing a part true democracy, as We “Marriage conservative Olson says onand screen. “It’sour two people should want people to come together in marriage.” Egyptlove wobbled throughand months strife. in a stable relationship, to bewho one another want of to civil live together Filmmakers Benhad Cotner and Ryan White tremendous access. show That same been a of rocky one for had Bradley well. fiveThey successcome part of ayear family and part a neighborhood andaspart of After our economy. We how much Kris and Sandy, the moms of four sons, and Paul and Jeffrey are ful years as coach U.S.together soccer team, he was fired following his team’s in should want peopleoftothe come in marriage.” love. World Cup loss to Mexico. He signed on to coach Egypt’s team, the Pharaohs, Filmmakers Ben Cotner and Ryan White had tremendous access. They show in September 2011,is over the concern ofeveryone his children, whosoworried about their That, naturally, the point and why fought hard. how much Kris and Sandy, the moms of four sons, and Paul and Jeffrey are in parents relocating to such an climate. Despite the importance of unstable the issue,political and how genuine everyone is, the film love. Ultimately, however, the Bradleys received a warm welcome from Cairo lois That, extremely slow. Watching lawyers and plaintiffs wait for hard. a decision, watching naturally, is the point and why everyone fought so cals andget hisready team or rewarded him with months ofGolden hard, dedicated performance. people the changing light on the Gate Bridge, no matter Despite the importance ofhave the issue, andending, how genuine the film This sports story would a happy though.everyone As socialis, upheaval how majestic, does not not improve its pace. is extremely slow. Watching lawyers and plaintiffs wait for a decision, watching continued and even escalated, the Pharaohs became theworth only noting, soccer as team The get subject matter alone warrants attention, and it’s theinfilm people or theone changing on the Golden noGhana, matter the world toready win every of theirlight qualification games,Gate onlyBridge, to fall to doesmajestic, at the end, that same sex its marriage remains illegal in 33 states. how does improve pace. 2013. the top-ranked teamnot in Africa, in October The subject matterwas alone warrants immediately attention, and it’s worth noting, Bradley’s contract terminated following that loss, as andthe thefilm coupleatleft on Dec. 2013. does theEgypt end, that same5,sex marriage remains illegal in 33 states.

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MLB Baseball 4 p.m. on FOX

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Regional Coverage. Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals or Detroit Tigers at Cleveland Indians or Pittsburgh Pirates at Chicago Cubs.

Travelers Championship, Final Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

MLB Baseball 7 p.m. on FS1 Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif.

Andy Murray defends his title in the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, beginning Monday on ESPN.

THURSDAY PGA Tour Golf 12 p.m. on GOLF Travelers Championship, First Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

PGA Tour Golf 6:30 p.m. on GOLF Travelers Championship, First Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

2014 FIFA World Cup 8:30 a.m. on ESPN Group C — Colombia vs. Ivory Coast. Colombia faces Ivory Coast in their second match. From Brasília, Brazil.

2014 Copa Mundial de FIFA 9:30 a.m. on UNI Grupo C — Colombia contra Costa de Marfil. Colombia dará un paso importante para la clasificación enfrentándose a Costa de Marfil. (En Vivo)

2014 FIFA World Cup 11:30 a.m. on ESPN Group D — Uruguay vs. England. Uruguay takes on England in a high-profile match. From Arena de Sao Paulo in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

2014 Copa Mundial de FIFA 3:30 p.m. on UNI Grupo C — Japón contra Grecia. Japán se enfrenta a Grecia. Desde Arena das Dunas en Rio Grande do Norte, Brasil. (En Vivo)

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MLB Baseball 7 p.m. on FSAZ San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

Boxing 7 p.m. on SHOW

MLB Baseball 6:30 p.m. on FSAZ San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

Robert Guerrero vs. Yoshihiro Kamegai. Robert Guerrero vs. Yoshihiro Kamegai, welterweight bout. From Carson, Calif.

PGA Tour Golf 10 a.m. on GOLF

2014 NBA Finals 6 p.m. on ABC Miami Heat at San Antonio Spurs. Game 7. From the AT&T Center in San Antonio. (If necessary).

PGA Tour Golf 12 p.m. on GOLF Travelers Championship, Second Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

Travelers Championship, Third Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

2014 FIFA World Cup 2:30 p.m. on ESPN Group F — Nigeria vs. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnia and Herzegovina face Nigeria. From Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba, Mato Grosso, Brazil.

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2014 FIFA World Cup 11:30 a.m. on ESPN Group E — Switzerland vs. France. France takes on Switzerland. From Octavio Mangabeira Stadium in Salvador, Brazil.

2014 FIFA World Cup 2:30 p.m. on ESPN Group E — Honduras vs. Ecuador. Ecuador takes on Honduras. From Joaquim Americo Guimaraes Stadium in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil.

SATURDAY

Auto Racing 11 a.m. on NBC Global RallyCross Championship. From Washington, D.C.

NASCAR Racing 12 p.m. on TNT Sprint Cup Series: Toyota - Save Mart 350. From Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.

MLB Baseball 1 p.m. on FSAZ San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

NASCAR Racing 10:30 a.m. on FS1 Sprint Cup Series: Toyota - Save Mart 350, Qualifying. From Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.

NASCAR Racing 11:45 a.m. on ABC Nationwide Series: Gardner Denver 200. From Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wis.

MLB Baseball 5 p.m. on ESPN Texas Rangers at Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. From Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif.

PGA Tour Golf 10 a.m. on GOLF Travelers Championship, Final Round. From TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

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MONDAY Golf 12:30 p.m. on GOLF PGA Professional National Championship, Second Round. From Myrtle Beach, S.C.

2014 Wimbledon Championships 4 a.m. on ESPN Early Round, Day 2. From the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, England.

TUESDAY College Baseball 5 p.m. on ESPN NCAA World Series Championship, Game 2: Teams TBA. From Omaha, Neb.

MLB Baseball 6:30 p.m. on FSAZ Cleveland Indians at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

Golf 12:30 p.m. on GOLF PGA Professional National Championship, Third Round. From Myrtle Beach, S.C.

2014 Wimbledon Championships 4 a.m. on ESPN Early Round, Day 3. From the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, England.

WEDNESDAY College Baseball 5 p.m. on ESPN NCAA World Series Championship, Game 3: Teams TBA. From Omaha, Neb. (If necessary).

MLB Baseball 6:30 p.m. on FSAZ Cleveland Indians at Arizona Diamondbacks. From Chase Field in Phoenix.

Golf 11 a.m. on GOLF PGA Professional National Championship, Final Round. From Myrtle Beach, S.C.


“The Smurfs”

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Bolt 8 p.m. on DISN

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 11 a.m. on FAM

Even without the 3-D aspect that enhanced the film in some theaters, this computer-animated Disney comedyfantasy is fine family fare. John Travolta furnishes the voice of the title character, a television star dog who believes he actually has the superpowers his show imbues him with. That emboldens him to make the long trek back to his owner (voice of Miley Cyrus) when circumstances take him out of his usual environment.

Based on the comic-book characters, this 1990 live-action movie puts four actors (Josh Pais, Michelan Sisti, Leif Tolden and David Forman) into full-size turtle suits and sends them into battle against the evil Shredder (James Saito). Judith Hoag costars as TV news reporter April O’Neil.

FRIDAY The Smurfs 7 p.m. on FAM

Monsters, Inc. 5 p.m. on FAM This computer-animated 2001 comedy from Pixar is stunning for its technical sophistication, but it’s also a surprisingly touching fantasy yarn that stands the “monster in the closet” concept on its head. In Monsteropolis, scary monster James P. “Sulley” Sullivan (voice of

John Goodman) and his colleague Mike Wazowski (voice of Billy Crystal) uncover dirty doings after a toddler called Boo wanders into the monster world.

SUNDAY Alice in Wonderland 12 p.m. on FAM There still can be new life in old stories, as the Disney organization and director Tim Burton prove again with this effective, live-action take on the Lewis Carroll classic. Mia Wasikowska plays Alice as a teenager who bolts from a marriage proposal and tumbles down a rabbit hole into a wondrous land where she encounters such characters as the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp), the evil Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) and the much nicer White Queen (Anne Hathaway).

The little blue creatures get a fun update in this combination of live action and computer animation, taking them from their own world to New York ... where they’re still pursued by their perennial enemy Gargamel. Neil Patrick Harris proves an ideal choice to play their main ally in their new surroundings. Music superstar Katy Perry furnishes the vocals for Smurfette.

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The Disney-Pixar teaming scores yet again with this delightful, sometimes emotional fantasy about a cranky senior citizen (voice of Edward Asner, who’s perfect for the part) who decides to fulfill a goal he had with his late wife. To reach South America, he attaches numerous balloons to his house and heads aloft — with a young scout (voice of Jordan Nagal), who was on the traveler’s porch at the wrong moment, as an unexpected companion.

MONDAY Another Cinderella Story 8 p.m. on DISN Despite the title, this bit of tweenfriendly fluff isn’t a true sequel to 2004’s “A Cinderella Story” but just another modernized recycling of the old tale. Selena Gomez (“Wizards of Waverly Place”) plays Mary, the put-upon ward of a washed-up pop star (Jane Lynch), who finds her “prince” in a teen idol (Drew Seeley) attending her high school — sort of a male Hannah Montana. The plot is thin, but the song and dance numbers steal the show.

WEDNESDAY Teen Beach Movie 8 p.m. on DISN

Dustin Hoffman doesn’t look a day over 243 — which really is his character’s age — in this fantasy that’s not quite as fanciful as it wants to be but still has its moments. The Wonder Emporium is a very special toy store whose owner (Hoffman) wants to pass the reins to his assistant (Natalie Portman), but an accountant (Jason Bateman) and other magical “residents” of the site have things to say about it.

Faced with leaving the beach she loves, young surfer Mack (Maia Mitchell) goes out to ride one last wave with her boyfriend, Brady (Ross Lynch). A storm transports the couple back to 1962 and into a beach movie, where they’re in for a bit of culture shock. Garrett Clayton and Grace Phipps also star in this tuneful tween-friendly confection from the Mouse House.

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LADY LA TO THROW OUT CEREMONIAL FIRST PITCH: Morning show host, Lady La, from LIVE 101.5 will throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Lady La can be heard weekday mornings alongside J.D. from 6-10AM on Live 101.5 FM. LUKE AIR FORCE BASE AIRMEN VISIT: The D-backs will welcome Brigadier General Michael Rothstein and airmen from Luke Air Force Base for a pregame ballpark tour and to enjoy the game.  CAMP DAY: The D-backs will host

SENIOR DAY: D-backs fans 55-plus can buy a lower-level ticket starting at just $15. For tickets, visit www.dbacks.com/ senior. MATINEE GAME: Matinee pricing available and includes a discounted ticket. For more info, visit www.dbacks. com/matinee. FRI., JUNE 20  |  6:40 P.M.  |  SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS       POST-GAME FIREWORKS presented by GILA RIVER CASINOS GIRL SCOUT NIGHT AND SLEEPOVER: The D-backs will host more than 1,000 Girl Scouts for a sleepover at Chase Field immediately following the game. Girl Scouts will earn a special D-backs Girl Scout patch and will participate in teamwork and leadership activities along the main

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PHOENIX LIFEGUARDS: The D-backs host more than 300 City of Phoenix lifeguards and will recognize an MVP from each of the City of Phoenix pools in a special pregame ceremony. HELLO HUMANKINDNESS: The D-backs will recognize a person in the community who has done a good deed and was nominated through the Hello HumanKindness campaign in partnership with Dignity Health Arizona after the D-backs game and prior to the Fireworks show. OUTSTANDING STUDENT PROGRAM PARADE: The D-backs will recognize a number of students from local elementary, middle and high schools for their good grades in a special pregame parade around the warning track. PLAY BALL FUND: As a part of the on-going D-backs Give Back charitable efforts, the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will recognize Play Ball grant recipients during a special pregame ceremony on the field. Throughout the season, the Play Ball Fund, supported by Chase and Western Refining, will award teams, leagues and organizations $1,000 in grants for equipment, training resources and more.  The D-backs will present up to 10 grants per month totaling $10,000.  COORS LIGHT FRIDAY NIGHTS: D-backs fans can enjoy happy hour drink specials and music from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the Coors Light Strike Zone. All fans are welcomed to the refurbished Coors Light Strike Zone during Happy Hour. HELPFUL HONDA FRIDAYS: At every Friday home game, the Helpful Honda team will greet fans along the plaza with game day essentials, such as personal misters and sunscreen. They will also surprise fans with $20 D-bucks gift cards and some lucky Honda owners will receive seat upgrades to enjoy the game from a luxury suite, complete with free food and drinks. In addition, 50 Honda cars will receive complimentary parking at the Chase Field Garage on Helpful Honda Fridays.

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concourse throughout the evening. Girl Scouts will also enjoy a postgame Fireworks show and the showing of “Frozen” and “Despicable Me 2” in HD on dbTV from the comfort of the sleeping bag on the field. The D-backs will also recognize the Girl Scouts in a pregame parade around the warning track. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the Girl Scouts of America

The Helpful Honda team will also lead D-backs fans in the singing of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” during the 7th Inning stretch and game-goers are invited to stop by the Chase Field Rotunda to view the latest Honda vehicle on display. National Anthem: Kristin Ourso Ceremonial First Pitch: Sandy Wilkinson, on behalf of Circle K and MillerCoors SAT., JUNE 21  |  7:10 P.M.  |  SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS      GIVEAWAY: D-backs Duffle Bag, courtesy of Gila River Casinos - 20,000 NATIVE AMERICAN RECOGNITION DAY presented by GILA RIVER CASINOS: The D-backs will recognize participants from the Inter-Tribal Baseball & Softball Tournament in a pregame parade around the field. Festivities begin at 5:00 p.m. and include Native American drum groups, dancers, vocalists, royalty and more SPECIAL NATIONAL ANTHEM PERFORMANCE: Gabriel Ayala, a classically trained guitarist from the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in Tucson, Ariz., will play the national anthem. GILA RIVER INDIAN COMMUNITY LITTLE LEAGUE: The Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation will present a check for $20,000 to Gila River Indian Community Governor Gregory Mendoza along with the Tribal Recreation and coaches from some of the Little League teams. CHEVROLET “PLAY BALL” KID: Phoenix-area Little League teams will be recognized on the field before the game and one lucky team member will get to say “Play Ball” at the start of the game. Fans can register at a local Chevrolet dealer. D-BACKS EXPRESS: The D-backs offer a hassle-free way to see a D-backs game for fans in Tucson. A luxury bus will pick up fans at the Foothills Mall (located on the Southwest corner parking area between the food court and Outback Steakhouse) in Tucson and drops off fans in front of Chase Field. Round-trip fares are only $20 per person and leaves three hours before game time. For more information, visit www.dbacks.com/express Ceremonial First Pitch: Thomas White, former Gila River Indian Community Governor

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LIVE MUSIC VENUES UNDERGROUND/NILE THEATRE (480) 559-5859, 105 W. MAIN ST., MESA

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JUNE 18TH: THE MOUNTAIN GOATS, LOAMLANDS JUNE 19TH: LYMBYC SYSTYM W/ GUESTS JUNE 20TH: SAGE FRANCIS, B. DOLAN, SLEEP JUNE 21ST: SIGNS OF BETRAYAL, COURTNEY’S REVENGE

JUNE 18TH: JIMBO MATHUS & THE TRI-STATE COALITION, DAVID LUNING BAND JUNE 19TH: AFTON SHOWCASE JUNE 20TH: THE 44S JUNE 22ND: BACKSEAT ROMANCE

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Blue Martini (480) 638BLUE, 5455 E. High St. www. bluemartinilounge.com Wed Jun 18 Live Music w/ Marley Taylor Band Sun Jun 22 Rock and Soul Sundays Mon Jun 23 Casamigos Skinny Margaritas, Duane and Ethan Buffalo Chip Saloon (480) 488-9118, 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd. www.buffalochipsaloon. com Wed Jun 18 The Donny Grub Band Thu Jun 19 Pick o’ the Litter Fri Jun 20 Donny Grub Band Sat Jun 21 Pick o’ the Litter Sun Jun 22 Pick o’ the Litter Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave. www.charshastheblues.com Wed Jun 18 Larry Bailey Thu Jun 19 Soul Power Fri Jun 20 Soul Power Sat Jun 21 Kenny Gee Project w/ Kenny Brown Sun Jun 22 Soul Power Mon Jun 23 Bam Bam Jam Session CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd. www.ckgrill.com Fri Jun 20 Pete Cummings Band Sat Jun 21 Tick Tick Boom Club Red (480) 496-4733, 1306 W. University Dr. www. clubredrocks.com Thu Jun 19 Ces Cru w/ guests Fri Jun 20 Headbang for the Highway’s Battle for Mayhem Sat Jun 21 Stateline Cocomo Joe’s (480) 5388008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd. www.cocomojoes.com Wed Jun 18 Karaoke Sun Jun 22 Bill Dutcher Copper Blues (480) 791-5005, 50 W. Jefferson St. www.copperblueslive.com

Wed Jun 18 Black Bottom Lighters Thu Jun 19 The Instant Classics Fri Jun 20 The Walkens Sat Jun 21 The Instant Classics Mon Jun 23 Chad Gregory

Coyote Alley (623) 546-9222, 16846 W. Bell Rd. www.coyotealleyaz.com Wed Jun 18 DJ & Karaoke Host Slim Jim Thu Jun 19 Ladies Night Karaoke Mon Jun 23 Karaoke Tue Jun 24 Service Industry Night Desert Ridge Marketplace 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. (District Stage) and (AMC Fountain). www.shopdesertridge.com

Fri Jun 20 Lane Change, Michael V.

Carol Pacey Sat Jun 21 The Mental Code, Alert, Three Rounds, Girl Boner

Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St. www.joesgrotto.com Wed Jun 18 Band Open Mic w/ Greg & Roach Thu Jun 19 Open Mic tha Underground Fri Jun 20 City in the Sea, Virulent, I, Of Olympus, North of Paris, Aspiria Sat Jun 21 The Underground Railroad 2.2 w/ guests Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 2580014, 914 N 5th St & Roosevelt, Phoenix www.thelostleaf.org Wed Jun 18 Pirates of the Land Locked State, Dirty Harry, Rent Strike, Dollar Signs Thu Jun 19 Mutant Beat Fri Jun 20 Jerusafunk, Sunorus, Copper and Congress Sat Jun 21 Psycho Square Dance, Freaks of Nature, Kevin Daly’s Chicken and Waffles O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd. www. okelleysbar.com Fri Jun 20 Jaded Jukebox Sat Jun 21 Lane Change

Sat Jun 21 Beretta Sun, David and Amy of Peppermint James Harold’s Corral (480) 4881906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd.: www.haroldscorral.com Thu Jun 19 AZ Blues Project Sun Jun 22 George & Ethan Hazelwoods First Place 3626 E. Indian School Rd. www. hazelwoodsfirstplace.com Sat Jun 21 Karaoke Sun Jun 22 Jack Young Ice House Tavern (602) 2441179, 3855 E. Thomas Rd. www.icehousetavernphx.com Wed Jun 18 The Hay Girls w/

Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E Thomas Rd. www.prankstersgarandbrill.com Wed Jun 18 Acoustic jam Thu Jun 19 Acoustic Jam Pub Rock (480) 945-4985, 8005 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale www.Pubrocklive.com Fri Jun 20 Sleepwalker, Never Let This Go, The Goodnight Sat Jun 21 Dog Fashion Disco w/ guests Sun Jun 22 Jessica Lea Mayfield, Israel Nash Mon Jun 23 The Menzingers Rhythm Room (602) 2654842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix www.rhythmroom.

com Wed Jun 18 Jimbo Mathus & The Tri-State Coalition, David Luning Band Thu Jun 19 Afton Showcase Fri Jun 20 The 44s Sat Jun 21 Tommy Dukes Blues Band Sun Jun 22 Backseat Romance

Rock Bar (480) 331-9190, 4245 N. Craftsman Court, Scottsdale www.rockbarscottsdale.com Sat Jun 21 Down For Whatever Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale www.theroguebar.com Wed Jun 18 Exhumer w/ guests Fri Jun 20 Watch for Rocks, Sister Lip, Mister Lucky, Genre, Manic Monkeys Sat Jun 21 The Lonesome Wilderness, Tracey Rappa and The Heat, Lawnchair Sun Jun 22 Watson, DCAN, Greedy Green, Grind Kingz, Luccstar feat. LTF the Mafia Mon Jun 23 The Mass Distractors, Captain Squeegee, The Lonesome Wilderness Sail Inn (480) 966-9565 26 S. Farmer Ave, Tempe www. TheSailInn.com Wed Jun 18 Mary Godfrey & The Lotus Band Thu Jun 19 Grateful Thursdays, The Relief Crew Fri Jun 20 Scattered Melodies CD Release w/ guests Sat Jun 21 Mergence w/ guests Sun Jun 22 The Noodles Grateful Dead Tribute, Brother Bobby Steel Horse Saloon (602) 9428778, 1818 W. Bell Rd. www. steelhorsesaloon.com Fri Jun 20 Hawg Wild Sat Jun 21 High Strung Tempe Marketplace 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy (District

Stage) and (B&N Fountain). www.tempemarketplace.com Fri Jun 20 Hourglass Cats, Ariana Loraine

Sat Jun 21 Ratio, Casey Lee Smith Band

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Tempe Tavern (602) 625-1336, 1810 E. Apache Blvd. www. tempetavern.com Thu Jun 19 Bad Neighbors w/ guests Fri Jun 20 Jason DeVore w/ guests Sat Jun 21 Perfect Sense w/ Los Funk Ramirez, Contradiction, Vices to the Grave Sun Jun 22 Romp Stompers The Trunk Space (602) 2566006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave. www.thetrunkspace.com Wed Jun 18 Wei Zhongle, Waytansea Point, Parker Davis, Holy Ghost Trio Fri Jun 20 Ben Dumbauld, Yourchestra, Tony Obr, Randall Cunningham Dance Co. Sat Jun 21 June Rules Day 1 w/ guests Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623)853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave.: www.waddellslonghorncorral.com Jun 18 - 24 Justin Wright & High Octane Yucca Tap Room (480) 9674777, 29 W. Southern Ave.www. yuccatap.com Wed Jun 18 Destroyer of Light, Sounds Like Murder, Resinator Thu Jun 19 Blunt Club Thursday Fri Jun 20 The Hardways, The Outlaw In-Laws, The Bellwethers Sat Jun 21 Catharsus, Dead Swarm, Xpansion Theory, Slor Sun Jun 22 Valley Fever

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