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Vol: 2 Issue: 2 January 8th, 2009

January 11-18 at Westworld in Scottsdale

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Hair Shines Over Dark Clouds

Photos © Tim Fuller By Nicholas Connell It was a funny feeling the meaning after seeing the shining production of the American tribal love-rock musical Hair at the Herberger Theatre in Phoenix. Headlines blared- bombings in Gaza; suicide bombers in Baghdad; ground offensives in Afghanistan; bombs in Aspen, Colorado! Shocking, to say the least, and that’s not including Wall Street and bailouts. Is this our age of Aquarius? Regardless of these glaring news stories, there was still a candle of light as Arizona Theatre Company “let the sun shine in” with enthusiasm and hope in a fantastic production of this controversial musical. It was a production laced with messages and images long forgotten, yet still screaming for expression. Director David Ira Goldstein picked a protest musical just in time to support a new era of hope and peace that is upon us, delivering the message with enough flower power to get the grandparents dancing in the aisles!   From “Aquarius”, “Hair”, and “I Got Life” to “Where Do I Go”, “Easy To Be Hard” and “Good Morning Starshine”,


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this tribe was ready to party and put their collective soul on the line in a moving revival of the 60’s counterculture! Leading our colorful cast of liberal hippies is Kyle Harris as Claude, who moved us through a fantasy trip with a sparkle even Timothy Leary would have admired. His voice and presence kept the flow of Hair alive and moving.   Also keeping the flames of love and passion burning are Joey Calveri as Berger, Rashidra Scott as Dionne, Michael Buchanon as Woof, Morgan James as Shiela, Kyle Taylor Parker as Hud, Lauren Lebowitz as Jeanie, and Erica Sweany as Crissy.   This tribe was in sync all night and lifted the audience with spirited vocal expressions concluding with this generation’s favorite, “Let the Sunshine In”. I would recommend everyone see this production while the tribe is still in town and seats are still available! It’s a celebration worth seeing.   For tickets, call (602) 256-6995 or go online at

Presented by Black Theatre Troupe Playhouse on the Park Through January 25th Thursday – Saturday, 8pm Sunday, 3pm Revenge of a King is a multicultural hip-hop musical featuring original music, freestyle rhymes, an MC battle, graffiti, dance, and a live DJ. Hamlet, one of the most recognizable tragedies in Shakespeare’s theatrical canon has been transplanted from Denmark to the streets of urban America. In this retelling, Hamilton L. King, an aspiring hip-hop artist, struggles to overcome his father’s mysterious death while simultaneously learning to accept his mother’s untimely marriage. Confusion, doubt, and thoughts of retribution take over as new elements unfold, leading him down a path of self-destruction.

Chase Hot Seat of the Week Cinderella The Great Arizona Puppet Theater Through January 25th Wednesday – Friday, 10am Saturday, 10am & 2pm Sunday, 2pm Lilia! Desert Foothills Theater January 10th Saturday, 7:30pm


Presented by Theater Works Peoria Center for the Performing Arts Through February 1st Thursday – Saturday, 7:30pm Sunday, 2pm Premier!, the latest play by renowned, multiple awardwinning playwright Dale Wasserman, is debuting at Theatre Works in Peoria. Wasserman authored the book for the world-famous musical, Man of La Mancha and the stage version of the acclaimed Ken Kesey novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. His plays have won nine Tony Awards plus multiple awards from New York Critics, the French Academy, and the Spanish Academia to name just a few. His latest comedy is about a newly discovered play by the Bard of Avon, which is clearly the event of the century – unless it could possibly be a fake. It is a must-see for both theatre aficionados and anyone who likes a good plot and a good laugh.

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Fiddler on the Roof

Presented by Copperstar Repertory Company Higley Center for the Performing Arts

January 15th – January 24th Thursday – Friday, 7:30pm Saturday, 2pm & 7:30pm Set in 1905, in the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman and devoted father sets out to find appropriate husbands for his three eldest daughters while preserving his family’s traditions. He finds that he must choose between his daughters’ happiness and those beloved traditions that keep the outside world at bay, in the face of societal changes and the growing Anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. This moving tale about the importance of family and the significance of tradition despite all adversity is the winner of nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical Arizona Theatre Company Herberger Theater Center Through January 18th Thursday, 2pm & 7:30pm Friday – Saturday, 8pm Sunday, 1pm & 7pm The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre Through February 14th Thursday & Saturday, 1:15pm & 8pm Friday, 8pm Sunday, 1:15pm & 7pm The Lion King ASU Gammage Through February 8th Tuesday – Friday, 7:30pm Saturday, 2pm 7 7:30pm Sunday, 2pm & 7pm

A Jew Grows in Brooklyn

Presented by Herberger Theater Center Through January 11th Wednesday, 2pm & 7pm Thursday, 7pm Friday, 8pm Saturday, 2pm & 8pm Sunday, 1pm & 5pm Join author/star Jake Ehrenreich as he takes you on a musical journey of his life. It begins in Brooklyn, playing stickball & growing up in the shadow of his family’s survival of the Holocaust, to his career in the Catskills, Rock n’ Roll, and then on to Broadway! It’s a touching, poignant, and hilarious new smash comedy musical about an immigrant family and one ‘boomer’ boy’s quest for the American Dream.


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Visit the Chase Ticket Marketplace on for discount tickets and special offers. This week’s “hot seat” is Cry, Tiger presented by Optimistic Productions. Phoenix Little Theatre Through January 11th Thursday – Friday, 8pm Saturday, 2pm & 8pm Sunday, 2pm Regular Price: $25 Discount Price: $18 Everyone has a dream. Sometimes life gets in the way… Cry, Tiger! is a compelling human drama that examines the consequences of the decisions we are all forced to make when we stand at the crossroads where our dreams and our duties collide. Harvey Perlman made his choice years ago, but is now acutely aware that something critical is missing and yearns to change the course of his life. He is afraid if he doesn’t, the coming years will be filled with longing and regret. Should he now make the choice to fulfill his dream and ignore the anguish he will bring to those he loves, or should he forever be haunted by what might have been?

Annie Get Your Gun Arizona Broadway Theatre January 9 - February 15th Tuesday – Friday, 7:30pm Saturday & Sunday, 2pm & 7:30pm ZooLights The Phoenix Zoo Through January 11th Nightly, 6pm - 10pm How the Other Half Loves Phoenix Theatre January 14th– February 1st Wednesday – Thursday, 7:30pm Friday, 8pm Saturday, 3pm & 8pm Sunday, 2pm

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AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 2, Issue 2 January 8th, 2008 Publisher Brian Muir Editor Kevin Lambert Staff Music Writer Kim Naugle Staff Fashion Writer Kinsey Schofield Art Director Kevin Kelley

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By Nicholas Connell As the title suggests, Cry Tiger has plenty of drama and emotion to go around in this new play by Valley resident Mel Weiser that was produced by Optimistic Productions. This is a story about generations, choices, compromises, perceived fame, ‘maybes’ and ‘what ifs’ that always haunt those who look back at illusions of the past. I was also struck by the allusions to Marlon Brando’s famous movie line, when he declared emphatically, “I could’a been a contender!”.   This story is wrapped around a middle class Jewish family in Brooklyn during the post WWII era. Kids and houses and boats were the American dream then, and only a few thousand dollars would get you on the playing field. But there is more to this story than just ‘things’.   There’s Harvey Perlman, played intensely by Cliff Smith. Harvey is an artist wrestling with family life and his unfulfilled dream of fame and fortune

in the trappings of the world of art. His verbal attempts to make sense of this conflict are equal to his unspoken moments, both of which eventually raises the family temperature until the water boils over. But Cliff isn’t the only one harboring doubts and regrets in this family. Ira Ehrlich, his father in law, played to perfection by Ted Raymond, has been smothered and frustrated too long by the needs of others. He wants to make sure Cliff doesn’t end up like him, which finally leads us to our tragic revelation and conclusion. In between these story arcs, there are poignant and revealing moments with other members of this family.   Cry Tiger is a play about choices that we all have to make in life. Sometimes the winds of desire and passion can be strong enough to sustain a life of art and sometimes not. I would recommend you see this ‘Tiger’ before it heads off for Broadway. For tickets call (602) 254-2151, or go to www.


Cry Tiger: Inner Conflict Meets American Dream

Star Trek

Presented by Arizona Science Center Through May 10th Monday – Sunday, 10am - 5pm It’s an exhibition from out of this world, and it is on display for a limited time. Step onto the Starship Enterprise-D bridge. See the technology used light years ahead of its time: The Phaser, Communicator, Tricorder and more! Sit in Captain Kirk’s chair as captain of the most famous starship in television history. Beam up to strange new worlds and see spaceship models that brought Star Trek’s incredible special effects to life, including an actual starship used in Star Trek: The Next Generation, plus original props used in the television series on the big screen. See actual Starfleet uniforms used in the making of the television shows, and jump to warp speed in a Shuttle-pod simulator!

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Tomei’s film credits date back to 1984, and while making a recurring appearance on TV’s A Different World, it was the 1992 comedy My Cousin Vinny that made her a household name. Some of Tomei’s best work has been done in Marisa Tomei and Mickey Rourke in Fox SearchLight Pictures’ The Wrestler. Photo Credit: Niko lesser-known films Tavernise such as Marilyn By Randy Montgomery Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School (2005), Factotum (2005), and In Scottsdale to promote her upcoming film, The Wrestler, Marisa Tomei was showered with praise from press for her performance as Cassidy, an exotic dancer whose age is beginning to hinder her career. Adding to her unhappy state is the physical toll her body is taking from being an entertainer. Life becomes even more complicated when Cassidy becomes involved with a long-time customer known on the independent wrestling circuit as Randy “The Ram” Robinson. Local critics were not alone in praising Tomei for what is easily her best performance to date. She has now been nominated for a Golden Globe for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role.”

Marisa Tomei as Cassidy in Fox SearchLight Pictures’ The Wrestler. Photo Credit: Niko Tavernise

War, Inc (2008).

In 2007, Tomei raised eyebrows when she appeared in a risqué love scene in Before the Devil Knows Your Dead. With The Wrestler, Tomei once again takes on a bold character and sheds quite a few clothes. In terms of her revealing scenes, Tomei joking says, “You don’t really notice it when you are reading the script, because it says ‘they are in the club and Cassidy dances.’ Then the dialogue starts. Then as I looked closer, I was like, ‘Wait a second, how long was that dance and what is required of me?’” That type of role had not crossed Tomei’s mind. “It just came down to fate,” she says. “It wasn’t planned. It wasn’t connived, it wasn’t wished for. It is just what I was offered. I got there through realizing that I wanted to work with Darren (Aronofsky) and the script was one of the best I had read.”

Tomei replied, “A lot of it is luck, and maybe that I read a lot of plays. I have some sense of structure and character. But, mostly it’s luck.”

Having worked in front of the camera and on stage gives Tomei the opportunity to use a variety of skills: “I like the mix. I like that I can take something from film, such as the spontaneity and the really, really detailed work. I can take that to the stage. From the stage, I can take craft and approach.


And the Nominee is… Marisa Tomei, for The Wrestler!

What’s next for Tomei? “I’m going to see what comes my way and hope for the best.”

As a supporting role, Cassidy parallels Randy’s character. “She’s good at what she does,” explains Tomei. “She’s still in the game, the same way Mickey’s character is, and in the same way she is being forced out. Maybe it’s her knees that hurt, or it’s her body betraying her on some level, and it’s going to eventually in the next five years make it impossible for her to do what she’s doing.” When asked how she is able to land such riveting and/or memorable characters,

Marisa Tomei as Cassidy in Fox SearchLight Pictures’ The Wrestler. Photo Credit: Niko Tavernise

Meet the Director: Darren Aronofsky of The Wrestler main character) gets there, I have no idea.’” Luckily, a story came together. The end result was chosen to be screened at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, and won the coveted Golden Lion award.

Director, Darren Aronofsky on the set of Fox SearchLight Pictures’ The Wrestler. Photo Credit: Niko Tavernise

By Randy Montgomery Darren Aronofsky knew how The Wrestler was going to end. “That was the first shot I came up with for the movie,” explains the 39-year old, Brooklyn-born director. “I went to the writer and I said, ‘I know how it ends… but how he (the

In The Wrestler, Mickey Rourke plays Randy “The Ram” Robinson, an aging wrestler on the independent circuit in New Jersey whose career is about to come to a halt because of age and physical limitations. With no other skills, hope for a life after wrestling is dim. He seeks comfort from a stripper named Cassidy (Marisa Tomei) who is experiencing a similar bump in the road of life. While the story is dramatic and at times tells a sad narrative on the paths we choose for ourselves, there are numerous wrestling sequences that required expert direction and skill. To keep the story authentic, and stay within the confines of a budget, Aronofsky chose actual settings and regular people for the film.

“We basically put on real wrestling promotions, with real wrestlers and real wresting fans,” he explains. “The whole idea was to stick Mickey in as much reality as possible. In between matches, Mickey would run out and shoot a couple parts of the fight, and before the audience started to boo, we would put on another match and leap frog that way inch by inch. We basically got two or three takes of each scene and that was it. We would have to live with whatever we had.” To get ready for his role, Rourke put on 35 pounds, and underwent months of weightlifting and wrestling training. But Aronofsky and his crew had a lot of work to do as well. “We spend a lot of time at these independent wrestling shows all over New Jersey, Upstate New York, Massachusetts… all over the Northeast; meeting a lot of wrestlers, hearing their stories and making a movie out of it,” he

says. “The film shows how it is planned and plotted, but how there’s actual physicality to it.”

About winning the Golden Lion? Aronofsky responded, “I was happy and a little nervous. I didn’t know how the film was going to do there, but you always get nervous when you show it to an audience. It’s all gravy when you win an award, but it’s really about making something that’s entertaining.” Aronofsky Filmography (Director) The Wrestler (2008) The Fountain (2006) Requiem for a Dream (2000) Pi (1998) Upcoming Films The Fighter (2009) RoboCop (2010)

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The Golden Globe Awards: What are They? Stan Robinson,

Randy Montgomery, AZ Weekly Film Critic


Top Grossing Movies from January 2nd through 4th

1 - Marley and Me (Fox) $24 Million 2 - Bedtime Stories (Buena Vista) $20.3 Million 3 - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (Paramount) $18.4 Million 4 - Valkyrie (United Artists) 14 Million 5 - Yes Man (Warner Bros) $13.8 Million Source: Box Office Mojo

By Stan Robinson That’s the question I’m asked most frequently, along with, ‘Are the Golden Globes an indicator of the favorites to win Oscars®?’ Well, no! As you know, the ‘buzz’ has already started growing as the date for the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards approaches. Full scale campaigns have been launched



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to push the movies, the actors, and the studios behind them, and to get the voting press members’ attention while at the same time stimulating the consumer. The studios want to sway the press who vote for the Golden Globe winners, while the Oscar® winners are voted by motion picture industry professionals. Movie goers express their choices through the People’s Choice Awards. After the declared winners from this year’s Golden Globe Awards

since 1983. In order not to be swayed or influenced by the powers in Hollywood, not even the Academy Awards® choices, the Golden Globe winners are announced before the Oscars® even have their nominations. As representatives of the world press, the group’s members vote for the nominees based on their judgments as to Hollywood’s finest productions in movies and television. Press members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association represent some 55 countries with a combined readership of more than 250 million people. Their publications include leading newspapers and magazines in Europe, Asia, Australia, and Latin America, ranging from the Daily Telegraph in England to Le Figaro in France; L’Espresso in Italy to Vogue in Germany; and The China Times and the pan-Arabic magazine, Kul Al Osra.

on January 11th are announced, the road to the Oscars® is officially open.In 1944, a group of journalist from around the world was in Hollywood to deliver an impartial view on motion pictures and their impact. They were known then, and to this day as, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Led by the correspondent for Britain’s Daily Mail, the association was formed with the motto ‘Unity Without Discrimination of Religion or Race’. Today, the Golden Globes recognize achievements in 25 categories; 14 in motion pictures and 11 in television. Dick Clark Productions has produced the Golden Globes ceremony

As the international box office has dramatically expanded in recent years, the attention that a Golden Globe win can bring a movie, a television show, and actors has steadily increased. The Golden Globe awards now has the distinction of being one of the three most-watched award shows on television. The Oscars¨ and the Grammys are the others. The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards will be telecast live on NBC Sunday, January 11th at the Beverly Hilton. The complete list of Golden Globe nominees for film and television is available at or www.

competes/performs on the independent wrestling circuit in New Jersey. Randy’s career is about to come to a halt because of age and physical limitations. The film co-stars Marisa Tomei as Cassidy, a stripper whose age is beginning to hinder her career as well. The two find that despite different career choices, life without the only profession and skill they know is quite bleak. Expert direction, strong acting performances, and music from Bruce Springsteen make for one of the finest films of 2008.

who, after years of disagreeing on what true happiness, success, and love really are, finally reach a breaking point in their marriage. When Clarice is hurt in a car accident, they both struggle with the aftermath that affects each of them in different ways. The ultimate test looms ahead as they learn that when they said ‘I do’, the wedding vows are ‘Not Easily Broken’.Starring Morris Chestnut, Taraji P. Henson, Maeve Quinlan, Kevin Hart, Wood Harris, Eddie Cibrian, and Jenifer Lewis.Directed by Bill Duke; Screenplay by Brian Bird; Sony Pictures Entertainment release; Rated PG-13 for sexual references and thematic elements.

The Wrestler opens in Phoenix on Friday, January 9th.


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Bride Wars

Anne Hathaway continues her break out of the ‘Princess’ stereotype roles in this story of two best friends (Kate Hudson and Hathaway) who become bitter rivals when they learn that each of their weddings have been scheduled for the same day! Starring Kate Hudson, Anne Hathaway, Bryan Greenberg, Chris Pratt, Steve Howey, and Candice Bergen.Directed by Gary Winick; Screenplay by Greg DePaul and Casey Wilson; 20th Century Fox release; Rated PG for suggestive content, language and some rude behavior.

The Unborn

If the horror genre is your escape entertainment, this story of a young woman (Odette Yustman) who fights a spirit that is slowly trying to take possession of her just might be what you’re looking for! Starring Odette Yustman, Gary Oldman, Cam Gigandet, Meagan Good, and Jane Alexander.Written and directed by David S. Goyer; Rogue Pictures release; Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and terror, disturbing images, thematic material and language including some sexual references.

The Wrestler is a Study of Heart By Randy Mongomery

Not Easily Broken

Relationships are examined in the story of a couple, Dave and Clarice Johnson (Morris Chestnut, Taraji P. Henson),

Directed by Darren Aronofsky, Fox Searchlight’s The Wrestler has been racking up critical praise and award nominations. In the film, Mickey Rourke makes one of the greatest cinematic comebacks in recent history as an aging wrestler named “Randy the Ram”, who

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Fleming’s Steakhouse. Winemaker Robert Pepi, who has been making wines for over 35 years, will be signing wine bottles from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. Pepi Wines sold the Robert Pepi label and winery to Kendall-Jackson in 1994, leaving Bob free to take his considerable winemaking knowledge around the world as a prized consultant. In addition to wine, WineStyles offers a variety of gifts and wine accessories, including customizable gift baskets, monthly wine clubs, and a frequent buyer program. WineStyles also offers weekly wine tasting and private event opportunities. The Peoria location is open from Monday through Saturday, 11:00 am – 9:00 pm, and from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm on Sunday. To contact the store directly, call (623) 872-7900, or visit

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Billy ‘Get in My Belly’ Nelly’s Review of the Week A Taste of The Original Wineburger’s Non- ‘Moo Food’ Phoenix- A trip to one of Phoenix’s more famously un-famous eateries like the Original Wineburger sometimes requires a clean mental slate, so that the accolades and awards that hang from its ‘signature mantel’ don’t have the opportunity to affect objectivity. Then you remember that another wineburger joint a little south and east of your location may be the one you probably read about most recently, but in you walk regardless, because you’re freakin’ hungry and The Spirit is starting in 40 minutes across the street at the Christown Mall Harkins, and because the KFC, Taco Bell, and Carl’s Junior dotting the surrounding landscape didn’t sound nearly as appealing. My dinner companion and I decided to pull our version of a prank on the cozy, diner-style restaurant by ordering away from the clear menu staple- wineburgers and their delectable variations- so I went with fish ‘n chips and she ordered the Reuben. Unfortunately for us, the operation did not have enough servers to accommodate our Generation X sense of timing, as one spunky, young, and tireless veteran server had both the main dining area and the spacious side game room to cover. Though she was game, she and the cook manning the open grill were vastly outnumbered, and though a full, dripping Reuben and three giant fish sticks with spiced fries eventually came to the table

steaming hot and full of promise, it was with only ten minutes ‘till show time. Oh well; we can rent a movie, I thought. Paying nostalgic respects to childhood palate pleasers takes form in fish ‘n chips for me; like when I order apple juice on the airplane ride home to see gwamma. I’m interested to see how seriously places take their ‘Friday Fish Frys’ and the like, and whether having the item on the menu in the first place does the establishment a disservice. The Original Wineburger half-asses the presentation by serving the plate with an unopened personal container of store-bought tartar sauce, but the fish was certainly not the worst I’ve tasted. It was hot, the batter was not too oily or chewy, and the fish broke apart in my mouth in supple layers as opposed to the stringy, fleshy texture of inferior products. The Reuben was large and delicious, with much of the cheese that had at first threatened to make a mess of things holding its place on the bread and meat once exposed to cooler air.


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The Original Wineburger’s un-wineburger menu provides an adequate supplement to the grape-y cow candy it produces, so try it out when you can, though give yourself a little more time than you expected if dinner and a movie is in the itinerary. The Original Wineburger is located at 6027 N. 19th Ave. in Phoenix. (602) 249-9929

H.E.R.O.s Unite with ‘Sugar and Champagne’

Phoenix- The H.E.R.O. (Human & Equal Rights Organizers) Group will benefit from an upcoming special event, while kicking off an alternative weekly lounge night to be hosted at the historic Wrigley Mansion. SWAY Events and the Wrigley Mansion will host ‘Sugar & Champagne’ as an indulgent and stylish fundraiser.  The night will showcase complimentary bite-sized desserts from local bakeries, and Chandon Champagne will toast to the cause with a complimentary pour for all guests.  A unique menu of decadent martinis and wine will be paired with the selection of delicious treats. The mission of H.E.R.O. is to create all-inclusive coalitions to secure equal rights through service, action, visibility, and education to ensure human dignity, locally and globally.   AZ

A special runway presentation of urban apparel will be presented by Gay Pride Fashions (gaypridefashions. com).  Designers of the brand will unveil a new custom “H.E.R.O.” graphic t-shirt that will be available for purchase, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the organization.  Lounge music will lend an upscale and stylish vibe to the evening, as spinning favors have fallen on deejay William Reed. Sugar & Champagne will be the kick off of “Sweet” Thursdays at the Wrigley Mansion.  The new weekly event will be geared toward an alternative, forward-thinking crowd.  The swanky night kicks off on Thursday, January 15th at 7PM. Tickets for the Sugar & Champagne kick-off event are available for purchase at swayevents. com.  The Wrigley Mansion is located at 2501 E. Telewa Trail in Phoenix. January 8th - January 14th, 2009



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DJ Profile: Sol Martinez www.myspace/dj_solmartinez,

Where and when do you spin?

Every week for “Fused Fridays” at Bar Smith, and the monthly “Pop Shop” at various venues. Oh, and China at the end of the month!

How did you get started in the industry?

When I was in high school a lot of my friends and I were really into electronic music, and every summer in Phoenix there was an all ages club night that would bring in out of state DJs. I remember thinking ‘I want to do that; I want to make people dance and move through music’, plus I’d also played instruments since I was 9, so I had the passion. I saved up, bought some turntables and a mixer, and started playing for my friends after school until I made a tape (yes a cassette tape) good enough to give as a demo. 6 months later, I started DJing the clubs and it all snowballed from there.

What will people hear when they listen to your music?

It could really be a wide range of dance music, from deep house to electro, progressive, techno, funk, etc. To me it’s not so much about genre as it is about quality tracks that grab you and make you feel like you can’t help but move. Also, I think one style can get repetitive, so building a real sound-scape by going through different moods of music is what keeps it fun on the dance floor.

What is your goal as a DJ?

In the short term it is to help build the Phoenix club scene. We’re on the verge of becoming another nightlife hotspot on the U.S. map, and it takes time and work to put together unique and quality events on a regular basis. But we’ve been lucky to have veterans in town that have laid a solid foundation for what we’ve got today, now it’s time to push it even further.

If there is a “Golden Rule” for being a DJ, what would it be?

Do it because you truly love the music! There’s a lot of DJs that get into it because they want their 15 seconds of fame, or because it’s cool, but they never succeed because they don’t get it, and the crowd can tell.

Your favorite place to play?

Bar Smith is where I have the most fun DJing. It’s in the middle of downtown on

the rooftop so you have the skyline view, the staff is awesome, and the crowd there is so into the music, that you really get the chance as a performer to vibe off their energy. Out of state my favorite place is Miami; I had the chance to DJ for the Ultra Music Festival, and it was simply an amazing experience.

If you could change one thing about the DJ-club scene, what would it be?

along. In any industry there’s competition, which is healthy, but sometimes people get a little carried away and perhaps greedy.

What would you be doing if you weren’t DJing?

I always keep busy, so besides spinning, I also do TV production. The balance between the two works really well and I’ve found that the network of people in both industries crosses over pretty often.

I suppose that everyone could just get

Raven’s Mid-Week Mixer: Networking, Matchmaking Hotspot


Scottsdale- On Wednesday, January 14th, Sutra Sushi at Barcelona Supper Club will be the site of Raven’s Mid-Week Mixer, from 6 – 11pm. Party planner extraordinaire Raven encourages guests to bring business cards and their appetites, so they can connect with some of the Valley’s most enterprising, successful people while enjoying the exotic flavor and ambiance of this beautiful new restaurant & lounge. Special guest Bernadette Grattan, Executive Matchmaker of the Ultimate Introduction, will be on hand to help compatible singles make a connection. This event takes place every 2nd Wednesday of each month, and brings in 300+ professionals and business owners. Complimentary appetizers, ½ off cocktail specials, and free raffle drawings top off the event.  Everyone welcome; no cover charge! Sutra Sushi is located at 15440 Greenway-Hayden Loop in North Scottsdale. For more information, log onto, or call (480) 664-0228. January 8th - January 14th, 2009




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With the New Year we are working on our resolutions, and many of us (yes, I’m talking to you) have broken them already. However, we are going to concentrate on the positive and give you a few things to kick off the New Year on the right foot. Read on to find out what happened, what’s happening and what will happen in the Valley. WAKA Kickball: Maybe you promised to be more active, meet new people, or try something different in 2009; well the Night Owl has a fun solution for you, WAKA Kickball. That same game we all remember from elementary school is back for all you adults young at heart. To help you relive your days of youth and possibly maintain a resolution or two, WAKA Kickball has announced open registration for five winter divisions throughout the Valley in Scottsdale, Glendale, Phoenix, and Tempe locations. Registration is co-ed, so register you, your group of friends, or your whole office. I’m sure you would love to “accidentally” kick a ball towards that annoying co-worker. Registration is reasonably priced between $65 and $69 and kickball champions will enjoy eight weeks of play. Fees include team shirts, equipment, season social events, division bar discounts, and more VIP perks. To play and experience kickball all over again check out,, for more information. Monty the Man: Do you know who Monty Beisel is on the Arizona Cardinals? Well, outside of being a kick ass linebacker, he is quite the celeb/hot girlfriend catcher, having dated a few. Right now he is dating actress and stunt artist Jennifer England. Don’t know her? Google her. You’ll be thankful (if you like smoking hot women). As she is in town a lot, we thought you’d like to know where this actress and stunt actress likes to hang, so we gave her a quick interview to find out her celeb opinion. Her favorite restaurant is: “Sushi Roku

in Scottsdale. The food is amazing and the general manager always makes our experience a great one.” Her favorite Night Owl spot: “It’s on top of the W Hotel. It’s a classy poolside bar/club and the views are amazing.” What is a Phoenix “must do?”: “Well when I’m not attending Cardinals games, a must do in Phoenix is attending a Suns or Diamondbacks game. I’m a HUGE sports fan.” Of course we need to know where she likes to shop: “My favorite place to shop would have to be the Fashion Square mall and the surrounding boutiques in the area.” Monty is a lucky man. Does she have a sister? Locavore: Do you know what a locavore is? Huh? Do you? Well, it is, according to, someone whose diet consists of food grown or produced within an area most commonly bound by a 100-mile radius of their home. So what does it mean to you? James Porter, the much talked about and graced-upon chef of Tapino, has started, where he hopes to further his push of Arizona culinary delights. LocavoreAZ is a spectacular outdoor dining experience that brings Locavores to some of the most beautiful farms, ranches, wineries and the Grand Canyon. At each setting across the state, acclaimed Porter creates a spectacular four-course meal with paired wines. Each bite and sip comes from an Arizona farmer, rancher, food producer and wine maker. As guests take in the bounty of the earth, they will dine together at a family style table set with white linen and china. Dates start in April and go from the Grand Canyon to Wilcox to Sonita. Prices go up to $200 per person, but the experience will be first-class. For more information, visit Be safe, be a good person. Till next time…

Brent Diggins is a freelance writer, Valley resident and PR professional at Mindspace, a Valley public relations, marketing and advertising firm. He has been involved in many aspects of the Valley social scene, and considers himself on expert on many things of great global importance, including having a good time. You can reach him at



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DUI ≠ Alcohol Alone. . . By Kevin Breger

There are a number of ways a person could be illegally “driving under the influence” (DUI) and subject themselves to prosecution. For example: A.R.S. § 28-1381(A)(1) deals with a DUI for being “impaired to the slightest degree”; A.R.S. § 28-1381(A)(2) deals with a DUI when your blood alcohol concentration is 0.08 or higher; A.R.S. § 28-1381(A) (3) deals with a DUI when there “is any drug defined in section 13-3401 or its metabolite in the person’s body.” There are various other sections that deal with when a DUI can be a felony as well (as opposed to a misdemeanor). The bottom line is you can get a DUI as a result of drinking and driving and as a result of taking drugs (legal and illegal) and driving. The problem with the (A)(3) charge referenced above is that some of the drugs that are listed in the statutes can be legally used with a valid prescription. What that means is even if you are validly using the drugs you could be exposing yourself to a DUI. . . this is true for the (A)(1) charge as well: If the drug that you are taking is legal and as a result of taking it your driving is “impaired to the slightest degree” you are once again exposed to a DUI citation. The moral of the story is if you are taking illegal drugs-don’t. If you do take illegal drugs and drive you could find yourself the subject of a DUI investigation and/ or citation.1 If you are taking prescription drugs and drive you probably should consult with your health care provider and/or pharmacist about whether what you are taking could “impair you to the slightest degree”. If they need help with what “impair to the slightest degree”

means as far as the law is concerned have them contact your attorney to discuss it. If you have been cited for a DUI you should likewise contact your lawyer immediately for help and guidance. It can be a minefield out there. .. Kevin Breger is the principal attorney at The Law Offices of Kevin Breger, PLLC. Mr. Breger focuses exclusively on criminal law and DUI representation and can be reached at 602-682-5582 or at kbreger@ Remember if you do email Mr. Breger please provide a phone number where he can call you back at to discuss your situation. Mr. Breger’s principal office is located at 2025 N. 3rd Street, Suite 157, Phoenix, AZ 85004 and he also has an address in Scottsdale. He represents clients throughout Maricopa County, Pinal County and Yavapai County. The information in this article is current as of January 2009. Remember that all cases need to be assessed on their individual merits and you should consult your attorney to discuss the specific issues in your case.

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7330 E. Stetson – Scottsdale 480-423-9434 Open Tues-Sat

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1425 W. Southern Ave. – Tempe 480-557-6656 Open Tues-Sun

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Barrett Jackson ‘Garage’ is Ultimate Party Destination Scottsdale- The premier names in automobiles and nightlife partying are collaborating to create a high-octane entertainment venue next week at Arizona’s most anticipated collector car auction event. Barrett-Jackson Auction Company and Gerber Group’s Stone Rose Lounge will present an unrivaled experience at Barrett-Jackson’s 38th annual auction, from January 11th-18th. Featuring the best sounds, sights, and flavors of the week, parking your caractually your party- at ‘The Garage’ will never be the same. If you’ve never been to Barrett-Jackson, this is the year to get behind the wheel as a bidder, spectator and partygoer. It’s one of the greatest special events on earth, and runs Jan. 11-18 at Westworld in Scottsdale, with party tent bigger and more action-packed than ever.


As the official sponsor of ‘The Garage’, Stone Rose will transform it into an ubercool version of its internationally-known destination bar and lounge popular in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and most recently, Scottsdale. Over the course of three days and nights, the chic, seductive lounge space will offer A-list entertainment, celebrity guests and hosts, fashion shows, and special events inside 10,000 square feet of prime real estate at the auction’s epicenter. Attendees will January 8th - January 14th, 2009

find signature cocktails and menu items from Stone Rose Lounge and Fairmont Scottsdale’s The Grill; imbued with modern glamour and chic sophistication, it will be the unrivaled party place to “see and be seen” at Barrett-Jackson this January. After hours, Stone Rose Lounge will host the first- ever ‘Barrett-Jackson Premier After Party Series’ directly following ‘The Garage’, from 11pm to 2am throughout auction week. With special DJs, celebrity guests, hosts, and other surprises, this will be the official post-auction gathering spot to keep your party going after the final auction gavel hits each night. Only at ‘The Garage presented by Stone Rose Lounge’ will you experience a legendary party right in the center of all the exciting auction entertainment. Want a relaxing place to catch all the action? Enjoy ‘Patio Hours’, where guests can mingle and enjoy refreshments outdoors with an ideal view of cars entering the main auction tent. Open from day to night, ‘The Garage’ is poised to be the hottest party tent of the outdoor event season. “We have something for everyone at Barrett-Jackson 2009,” Barrett-Jackson Chairman and CEO Craig Jackson said.

“And nowhere will that be on display more than in ‘The Garage’, which, thanks to Stone Rose Lounge, promises to be a very cool and sophisticated retreat for auction attendees or partygoers. We launched Stone Rose Scottsdale last year during the Super Bowl. One year later we are thrilled to announce a sensational new partnership and experience with the Super Bowl of car auctions!” About The Barrett-Jackson Auction Company Established in 1971 and headquartered in Scottsdale, Barrett-Jackson specializes in providing products and services to classic and collector car owners, astute collectors, and automotive enthusiasts around the world. The company produces the “World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions™” in Scottsdale, Palm Beach, Fl. and Las Vegas, NV. For more information about Barrett-Jackson, visit, or call (480) 421-6694. About Gerber Group Rande Gerber and Scott Gerber are the founders and principals of the Gerber Group. The company, an evolution of their trademark brand, The Whiskey, was created to develop innovative nightlife,

hotel, restaurant, and lifestyle concepts. Rande Gerber founded The Whiskey over 15 years ago and has since become the most influential nightlife proprietor in the country. The extraordinary success of The Whiskey Bars has established the Gerber Group as pre-eminent tastemakers, with an uncanny ability to create chic, seductive bars with modern glamour that reflect the times and national moods. Their nightlife brand and vision continues to expand, developing hotel restaurants and bars with Starwood Hotel and Resorts, Hard Rock Hotels, Casinos & Resorts, Sofitel Hotels, ME by Melia Hotels, and Fairmont Hotels. The Gerber Group’s portfolio of over 35 properties includes: Stone Rose Lounge in New York, Los Angeles and Scottsdale; Sweetwater Saloon and Moonstone Lounge at Hard Rock Hotel San Diego; Rise Lounge at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi; Midnight Rose, a restaurant and lounge and The Penthouse, a roof top bar, in the historic Hotel Reina Victoria, now ME Madrid; and The Beach House, a modern Mexican restaurant with Chef Richard Sandoval and Rose Bar at ME Cancun, a luxury resort in Cancun, Mexico. For additional information, visit www.

Official Schedule for The Garage presented by Stone Rose Lounge January 11th – 18th

Sunday, January 11th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - 5:00pm Kids Fashion Shows ... 1:00pm & 3:00pm Monday, January 12th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - 3:00pm Tuesday, January 13th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close Designer Fashion Shows 7:00pm Wednesday, January 14th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close Thursday, January 15th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close Live Entertainment ..... 6:00pm - Auction Close Friday, January 16th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close Live Entertainment ..... 6:00pm - Auction Close Saturday, January 17th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close Live Entertainment ..... 6:00pm - Auction Close Sunday, January 18th Patio Hours ................ 10:00am - Auction Close

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Enter the zone - The Comic Zone! Visit Comic Zone, Scottsdale’s newest comic book store! In addition to all the latest and greatest comics from Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, and all your favorite publishers, we have thousands of back issues in stock and the friendliest staff you’ll ever meet! Join us on December 5th for our preview night! We’ll be celebrating International

Dress Like a Ninja Day, with free pizza and soda for everyone! Come dressed like a Ninja, and get a free comic! And be sure to come by for our Grand Opening on Saturday, December 6th!

Jeff Mariotte, writer of Desperadoes, Gen 13, and President-Elect Barack Obama’s biographical comic, and former editor for WildStorm and IDW will have a Comic Zoneexclusive Preview of his newest Graphic Novel, Zombie Cop, due out in January! Come early, and get your favorite Jeff Marriote comics signed! We’ll also have Jay Fotos, writer of many Frank Frazetta-inspired comics! For every Frazetta comic you buy, Jay will supply you with a free variant or exclusive cover! Get them all signed!

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Appearing At The Tempe Improv January 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th

...because life is too important to be taken seriously!

Arizona’s Premier Comedy Club Full Bar & Restaurant! The Nation’s Funniest Comedians! ALL SHOWS 18 and OVER! JANUARY 8-11

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NBC’s “Comedy Showcase” A & E’s “An Evening At The Improv” “Caroline’s Comedy Hour,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend.” FOX hit sitcom “Titus,” ABC’s hit show “Big Shots”.

Jeffrey Ross, a.k.a. the “Roastmaster General’s” many show stopping performances at celebrity roasts honoring America’s favorite stars such as William Shatner, Hugh Hefner, Donald Trump, Pamela Anderson and Emmett Smith inspired New York Magazine to crown him “The Meanest Man in Comedy”. He was also on the New Flavor Flav Roast which aired on Comedy Central recently. As a comic, Jeff has appeared on dozens of TV shows including David Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel, Jay Leno, Carson Daly, The View, The Today Show, HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, MSNBC’s “Countdown with Keith Olberman”, and “CNN’s Glen Beck”. Jeff has also written for the Oscars, the MTV Video Music Awards, and many comedy series including “The Man Show” on Comedy Central. But don’t take our word for it. Listen to Jeffrey himself describe his merciless brand of comedy….


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“MTV once introduced me as “a one man verbal assault unit”. Jimmy Kimmel calls me, “The Roastmaster General” and New York Magazine crowned me “The Meanest Man in Comedy”. Recently, the Chicago Tribune said, “If insulting someone is an art form, then Jeffrey Ross is Pablo Picasso”. That’s right! Don’t mess with me!” Not for the squeamish, but not to be missed, put on a flack jacket and watch one of the greatest carnivores of comedy take the stage since Don Rickles. Call 480-921-9877 or log onto Location: 930 E University Dr Suite D1-201, Tempe AZ 85281

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Toyota Prius Hybrid

Review and pictures by Chad Haire I have driven a lot of hybrid cars over the years, and have learned several things. First, they operate better in city driving than freeway. Second, they are more efficient in cold weather than warm (Batteries don’t like heat, you know). And third, the greenies who tell you they get 60 mpg in these things are lying. But I am getting ahead of myself. Since I was taking a business trip to New Mexico, I decided to take the Toyota Prius. I figured that 1,600 miles would give us an example of real world gas mileage on it.     My trip involved hard city commuting, high speed highway cruising, climbing steep mountain grades, and many other conditions. I noticed this car wasn’t very quick, as expected with only 110 horsepower pulling 3200 pounds. But it was a comfortable cruiser, with a soft ride and low wind noise. It was also expensive; base price to loaded: $22,000 to $29,000.      And the mileage? It varied from a low 28 mpg on steep hills to 45 mpg in 55 mph construction zones. But the overall figure for 1,600 miles was 40 mpg. Whether this fuel savings justifies the high price tag is your decision. But if you’re in the business of delivering pizzas, it could be worth a look.


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On-site Real Estate Auction 3828 E. Beverly Rd. in Phoenix, AZ One lot will sell NO RESERVE to the highest bidder regardless of price Lots are ready to build with water, power, sewer, cable, and telephone at the lot Mountain and city views! Peaceful desert setting within city limits Buyer Brokers welcome! Bidder Orientation will be held January 15, 2009, at 6:00pm in our real estate conference room located at 6502 N. 27th Ave. in Phoenix.

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t u o b A d n A t Kimmaay’s Ou By Kim Naugle

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Desert Ridge Events

21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix; January 9th: Peppermint James (Alternative Band) District Stage, 7-10pm January 9th: Scott & John of Hello Swindon (Guitar & Percussion) AMC Fountain, 7-9pm January 10th: Knee Deep Experience (R&B, Funk Band) District Stage, 7-10pm January 10th: Mary Hoffman (Country Western singer/songwriter) AMC Fountain, 7-9pm January 11th: Tod & Ethan (Top 40 Cover Duo) AMC Fountain Stage, 2-4pm

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Sun City- The Alexander String Quartet, considered one of the world’s premier ensembles and now in its 27th year, will perform the first concert of the new year on Chamber Music West’s 2008-09 performance schedule with compositions by Mozart, Beethoven and Ravel at 7:30pm on Monday January 12th. The Alexander String Quartet features Zakarias Grafilo on violin; Frederick Lifsitz on violin; founding member Paul Yarbrough on viola; and Sandy Wilson on cello. The performance follows a 6:30pm preview lecture, ‘Speaking of Chamber Music,’ at Faith Presbyterian Church, 16000 N. Del Webb Blvd. in Sun City. Former Arizona Republic classical music critic Dimitri Drobatschewsky will lead the lecture. The ensemble will perform Mozart’s String Quartert in B-Flat Major, K458 Hunt (1784); Beethoven’s String Quartet No. 11 in F minor, Op. 95 Serioso (1810); and Ravel’s String Quartet in F Major (1902-03). Widely admired for its interpretations of classical composers, the Quartet has also established itself as an important advocate of new music through more than 25 commissions


Chamber Music West Presents Alexander String Quartet

and numerous premiere performances. Single tickets are $25 and student tickets are free with a valid ID. Season packages include all seven concerts for $140 or six for $120. All seating is reserved. For information or to purchase tickets, call (623) 972-0478. For additional information about Chamber Music West, visit www.

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Beatles Tribute Takes to the Mountains Conjuring up the spirits of John Lennon and George Harrison might feel daunting to a Beatles Tribute band unless that band is conjuring them up in a bar that is already inhabited with their ghosts. Beatles tribute band, Ringo McLennonSon is doing just that. The band is making its Flagstaff debut in the daringly haunted confines of The Monte Vista Cocktail Lounge on Saturday, January 17th, recreating the songs and sounds that musical icons, The Beatles, brought to The Cavern in the ‘60s and continue to make popular with audiences of today. Ringo McLennonSon, Arizona’s premier Beatles band, has become an all age crowd favorite in Arizona, bringing together Beatles fans of all ages, bridging the original Beatles generation who grew up with the mop top legends with the young fans of today. McLennonSon has performed for record breaking Arizona crowds across the state, from the Tempe Town Lake Marina Series and Earth Day Celebration to delighting 4th of July crowds in the city of Casa Grande. The band is proud to be the featured entertainment for the John

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Peoria- The Kingston Trio Tribute Show featuring “The Arizona Trio” will be performing at Skye on Sunday, January 11th. Mike Chamberlain, news presenter from channel 5, leads this fabulous tribute to one of the best folk bands of all time - The Kingston Trio. General admission is $10, premier seating is $20.00, and VIP Booths are available with dinner for $75 per person. Skye is located at 16844 Arrowhead Fountain Center Dr. in Peoria. Visit or call (623) 334-0010 for more information.

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LIVE! DIRECTORY Thursday January 8th Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Kinch (8pm), What Laura Says Thinks and Feels (9pm) and Black Carl CD Release (10pm).

Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa: Mergence w/ The Whitest Kids and What’s Left. www.goatheadsaloon. com

Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: Soleil Noir.

Phase 54 (480) 540-5992, 1700 W. Drake Dr. Tempe: The Breakdown, Click 60 and Fight the Quiet.

Mama Java’s Coffeehouse (602) 840-JAVA, 3619 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix: Dubblestuff (New York). 8pm. CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: 2 Knuckles Deep. Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Lady J. The Ruby Room (602) 258-6900, 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix: Try Me Bicycle. 8pm. therubyroomlounge

Hollywood Alley (480) 820-7117, 2610 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa: Juicy Newt and Flying Standby. $5. hollywoodalley The Sets (480) 829-1822, 93 E. Southern Ave., Tempe: 480 Underground Presents New Years Rap Bash w/ Blazed, Nezabine, Munks, Lil Ant, Bob Domestic, RJ Shootah, Pimpstyle Records, Guilty Flavor, Shaky C & Andystackz and Absynt Mindz. Doors at 7pm. $12 in adv, $17 at the door. All ages.

Andrew Jackson Jihad tour kick off w/ Ben Barnett, Novi Split, Kepi Ghoulie and Dan Janisch. 7pm. www. Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Krak Smokin’ Grannies. 9pm. www. Skeptical Chymist (480) 609 8677, 15688 N. Pima Rd., Suite C6, Scottsdale: There’s That! 9:30pm. Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Cover Junkies. www. O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa – March 28: Night Groove. 9:30pm to close. www.

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Barwinkles (602) 938-9330, 5930 W. Greenway Rd. #27, Phoenix: Sluggo.

Mama Java’s Coffeehouse (602) 840JAVA, 3619 E Indian School Rd, Phoenix: Andrew Brown. 8pm. mamajavascoffeehouse

Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: DJentrification.

Phase 54 (480) 540-5992, 1700 W. Drake Dr. Tempe: Bretheren Sol.

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Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Driving By Reality (9pm), Vayden (9pm) and Sammus Theory (10pm). www.

Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Rock Lobster.

The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave., Phoenix: Donkeys, Hands on Fire and Man About a Dog. 7pm. www.

Modified Arts (602) 462-5516, 407 E. Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix: Psyko Steve Presents Miniature Tigers w/ Colorstore, The Love Blisters, and Snake! Snake! Snakes!. Doors at 7pm. $8.

Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Matt Reveles and Friends. 8pm. www.

Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Easton Ashe. 9pm. Skeptical Chymist (480) 609 8677, 15688 N. Pima Rd., Suite C6, Scottsdale: There’s That! 9:30pm. Fibber Magees (480)-722-9434, 1989 W. Elliot Rd. #19, Chandler: Matt Tenner. Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Cell Phone Cowboys. Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale: Kurt Boyd. O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa – March 28: Night Groove. 9:30pm to close. www.


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CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: 2 Knuckles Deep. Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Soul Power. The Ruby Room (602) 258-6900, 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix: DJ Manchester and DJ Roya. 8pm. Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Matt Reveles and Friends. 8pm. www. Dubliner Pub (602) 867-0984, 3841 E. Thunderbird Rd. (southwest corner of 40th Street and Thunderbird Rd.), Phoenix: Keltic Cowboys. www. The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave., Phoenix:

January 8th - January 14th, 2009

Modified Arts (602) 462-5516, 407 E. Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix: Young Mothers, Really Big Birds, Sisterbrother, The New Royals and The Bejing Tangs. Doors at 7:30pm. $7. Barwinkles (602) 938-9330, 5930 W. Greenway Rd. #27, Phoenix: Sluggo. CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: 2 Knuckles Deep. Hollywood Alley (480) 820-7117, 2610 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa: Crushed with special guests. $5. hollywoodalley Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa: Joyworld Entertainment Company and Love Gun. www.goatheadsaloon. com Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: Le Latcho Drom. Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Lady J. The Ruby Room (602) 258-6900, 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix: Eurovox,

Living Daylights, Speedometer and DJ Scott. 8pm. therubyroomlounge Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Matt Reveles and Friends. 8pm. www. Dubliner Pub (602) 867-0984, 3841 E. Thunderbird Rd. (southwest corner of 40th Street and Thunderbird Rd.), Phoenix: Keltic Cowboys. www. Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Easton Ashe. 9pm. Skeptical Chymist (480) 609 8677, 15688 N. Pima Rd., Suite C6, Scottsdale: There’s That! 9:30pm. Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Hogjaw, Hell Rancho, Dirt Poor Kings and Antique Scream. O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa – March 28: Night Groove. 9:30pm to close. www.

Concert Venues Mesa Amphitheatre (480) 644-256, 263 N. Center St., Mesa: February 21st: Blues Blast 2009 Marquee Theatre (480) 829-0607, 730 N. Mill Ave., Tempe: January 14th: Hed Pe w/ Kutt Kalhoun, The Dirtball, Potluck, DGAF, Intrinzik and Jizz Hornay. 6:30pm. $15. All ages. Mesa Arts Center (480) 644-6500, 1 East Main St., Mesa: January 28th: Blue Note Records 70th Anniversary Tour February 3rd: Josh Turner February 7th: Melissa Manchester February 10th: KODO February 12th: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields February 17th: Duncan Sheik February 20th: Marcus Roberts Trio February 21st: Joan Baez February 22nd: Paddy Maloney with the Chieftains The Clubhouse Music Venue (480) 967-7977, 1320 E. Broadway Rd., Tempe: January 9th: Dave Matthews Tribute. Doors at 7pm. $10. 21+ January 17th: Idle Red CD Release w/ special guests. Doors at 7pm.

Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix: January 8th: Fiasco Shows Presents Ghost Pal CD Release Party w/ Art for Starters, Snake Snake Snakes! and Small Leaks Sink Ships. Doors at 7pm. $7. January 9th: Zac Harmon. Doors at 8pm. $10. January 10th: Big Pete Pearson Blues Band. Doors at 8pm. $7. January 11th: Wanda Jackson. Doors at 7:30pm. $14 in adv, $16 at the door. January 12th: AZ Blues Showdown Winners Mikel Lander and Meredith Moore Band. Doors at 7pm. $5. January 13th: Rockin’ Roots Showcase w/ 13 to the Gallows, Heymakers and Suicide Driver. Doors at 7pm. $5. January 14th: A benefit show for Tehani, whose equipment was stolen. Tehani and New Groove, Loose Cannons Blues Band featuring Luther Jackson, Thomas Oliver and Hotfoot, Big Pete’s Blues Band (Pete will be in TX), The Groove Defenders, Kentucky North, Devo Carrillo, Boomer, Bluzone and many more! Doors at 6:30pm. $5 minimum donation. Celebrity Theatre (602) 267-1600, 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: January 17th: McCoy Tyner Quartet January 23rd: The Fab Faux: A Tribute to the Beatles February 1st: Dr. John & the Neville Brothers February 5th: Heart February 11th: Chris Isaak Arena (623) 772-3800, 9400 W. Maryland Ave., Glendale: January 30th: Avenged Sevenfold, Buckcherry, Saving Able and Papa Roach March 2nd: Foo Fighters March 5th: Slipknot April 24th: Britney Spears Dodge Theatre (602) 379-2800, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix: January 9th: The Smothers Brothers January 15th: John Legend January 17th: The Music of Led Zeppelin with the Phoenix Symphony January 25th: Willie Nelson February 21st: Paramount’s Original Laser Spectacular featuring the music of Pink Floyd February 25th: YES February 26th: Zappa Plays Zappa U.S. Airways Center (602) 379-7800, 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix: January 28th: Lil Wayne w/ T-Palm, Gym Class Heroes and Keri Hilson March 26th: Billy Joel and Elton John Face 2 Face


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Boldin, would have needed assistance off the field. Fitzgerald, however, in the true warrior spirit that he brings to this highest level of competition, popped up to his feet and made his way to the sideline. Cameras caught him as he waited until safely behind his standing teammates to take a knee, unstrap his helmet, take a few deep breaths, and blink away the stars. After being savagely decked by the opponent, Fitzgerald made sure not to show the effects until he was out of sight. It nearly made me weep with admiration. This singular play in a meaningless game is as much an affirmation of his status as the NFL’s premiere pass-catcher, as are 96 catches, 1431 yards, and 12 touchdowns. His silent leadership through painful example is indicative of a Cardinals team that has started to get tough at just the right time.

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Why Larry Fitzgerald is the Best Receiver in the NFL Though hard to believe, Arizona Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald does his most impressive stuff off the field. He only makes news away from the gridiron when he’s hosting a charity event, like the fundraiser at Eddie Matney’s for the Big Brother/Big Sister program this past Holiday, for example. Other actions outside the white lines that don’t make the news, however, certify Fitzgerald as the modern day standard to which all wide receivers, and all football players in general, should hold themselves up to:


Charlotte, NC- An NFC Championship game awaits the Cardinals if they can put another complete game together against the powerful Carolina Panthers on January 10th, in what would be a remarkable feat for a franchise whose last playoff win occurred before credit cards were invented. The Panthers bring in some serious studs on both sides of the ball, including active NFL tackling leader LB Jon Beason (138tack, 3ints) and speed freak WR Steve Smith (78rec, 1421yds, 6TDs), who is second only to Larry Fitzgerald among active league yardage leaders. Add to that the eye-popping running prowess of RB DeAngelo Williams (273att, 1515yds, 18TDs)- who, by the way, takes care of the ball better than any back in the NFL, fumbling not once the whole year- and you have a deep, seasoned, complete Carolina attack. The Cardinals defensive front will have to pass the test of the trenches against a Panther ground machine that averaged 150+ yards/game, and Arizona as a team has to pass the test of statistics as they try to beat an opponent that has not lost at home all year.

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Eddie V’s (480) 538-8468, 20715 N. Pima Road (DC Ranch) Wednesdays: Margo Reed (vocals), Kenny Poe (keys) and Johnny Carrasco (guitar). 6:30-10:30pm Every other Mon/Tues: Michael Reed (vocals), Kenny Poe (keys), and Johnny Carrasco (guitar). 6:3010:30pm Nello’s, (480) 946-2020, 7213 E. First Ave. Tuesdays – Moonshiner jazz. Acoustic piano trios. 7-10pm. Free. Chances Are (480) 994-4338, 7570 E Sixth Ave. (corner of Miller Rd) Sundays: Joe Hopkins Jazz Combo leads jam session. 6-10 pm. Food, dancing. Fri/Sat/Sun: Tommy Holloway. 10pm-1am. Bobby’s (480) 556-0770, 7122 E. Greenway Pkwy. All events 6:30-10:30pm. Mon/Tues: Steve Denny (piano) and Renee Patrick (vocals) Wed/Thurs: Rich Howard Fri/Sat: Tommy Washington Mastro’s City Hall Steakhouse (480) 941-4700, 6991 E. Camelback Rd. Sun/Mon: Ken Wain. 6:30-midnight. Estate House (480) 9704099, 7134 E. Stetson Dr. (Third Floor Lounge) Tues/Thurs/Sat: C.C. Jones (piano) 7pm-midnight. Free.


Bobby C’s (602) 252-2273, 1140 E. Washington St. Sundays: Papa John DeFrancesco (organ), Dowell Davis (drums) + guests. 2-4pm Tuesdays: Raul Yanez’s Zona Libre (Latin Jazz). Yanez (piano), Xavier Yanez (bass), Adam Clark (drums) and Tony Valenzuela (percussion). 9pm. Wednesdays: Raul Yanez Latin Jazz Band. Yanez

(piano), Xavier Yanez (bass), and Adam Clark (drums). 8-11pm The Lost Leaf (602) 2580014, 914 N. 5th St. & Roosevelt Sundays: Jiggle. Jeff Gutierrez (saxophone), Jeff Libman (guitar), John Chapman (bass), and Shaun Lowecki (drums). 9:30-midnight. Mondays: Moseyhorse. Jeff Gutierrez (saxophone), Jeff Libman (guitar), John Chapman (bass), Shaun Lowecki (drums). 10pm-1am. My Florist Cafe (602) 2540333, 530 W. McDowell Rd. Wed through Sun: Pianist Nicole Pesce (jazz/variety). 7pm-midnight. Pasta Pomodoro (602) 9236001, 4669 E. Cactus Rd. #3A13, Phoenix (SW corner of Cactus/Tatum) Tuesdays: John Vold (guitar) and John Chapman (bass) 5:30-8:30pm. Paisley Violin Cafe (602) 254-7843, 1030 N.W. Grand Ave, Phoenix Thursdays: Hi Lo Trio. Tom Clohessy (sax), Jimmy Peggie (bass) and Tom Lowery (drums) Babaslos Cuban Cafe (480) 460-1528, 1241 E. Chandler Blvd., Suite 127, Phoenix Saturdays: Jeff Jones Latin Trio. Jones (sax/flute), Andres Martinez (guitar/vocals), Jesse Parker (percussion). 11pm. CHANDLER-GILBERT-MESA Bistro at Kokopelli Winery (480) 792-6927, 35 W. Boston St. Thursdays- Saturdays: Live Jazz Music during dinner. January 10th: String Theory. 6:30-9:30pm D*Vine Wine Bar & Bistro (480) 654-4171, 2837-101 N. Power Rd.

All events 6-9pm Sundays: Newton’s Theorem (guitar/cello/vocals duo) Mondays: Larry Schultz Tuesdays: Aebi-Coulson Jazz Duet Wednesdays: John Burak (piano) Thursdays: Brendon Cottrell Pesto’s Gourmet Pizza and Wine Bar (480) 821-2949, 1960 W. Ray Rd., Suite 4 All events 7-11pm. Most Saturdays: Pesto Jazz Trio. Dan Pinson (sax/flute), John Knowlton (guitar), and Dennis Sexton (bass).


Gold Bar Espresso (480) 839-3082, 3141 S. McClintock Drive, #6 Fri & Sun: Jazz Alliance. 7:3011pm Sundays: Scott Anderson’s Classical Guitar & Arizona Guitar Trio. 11am John Henry’s (480) 7309009, 909 E. Elliot Rd. Thursdays: Jared Howe Fridays: Charlene & Race Brown Saturdays: Race Brown Sundays: Aebi/Coulson Jazz Trio. 7-10pm. www.johnhenrysrestaurant. com


Gaslight Inn (623) 934-9119, 5747 W. Glendale Ave. Saturdays: Delphine Cortez, Joel Robin, and Cleve Huff. 8-11pm.


Appian Way Restaurant (480) 836-7899, 17149 E. Amhurst Drive (off Saguaro Blvd), Fountain Hills January 9th: Joe Garcia and Friends


Florencia, The Pizza Bistro (480) 704-7404, 3646 E. Ray Rd (north side in Fry’s Center, west of I-10) Wednesdays: Aebi-Coulson Jazz Duo. 5:30-8:30pm.

By Patricia Myers Scottsdale- Dynamic former Chicago jazz musicians Danny Long and Judy Roberts will perform a unique concert of duo pianos and vocals from 3 to 5pm on Sunday, January 11th at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center (6110 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale). This “Duets” concert will showcase the two jazz musicians blending two keyboards and two voices in a show that promises to be memorable in both content and style. Each has a singular vocal style and individual approach to playing piano and the combination creates musical magic. Long is known for his satiny vocal style and always-swinging piano work; Roberts for her sensual vocals, high-energy keyboarding and Uzi-speed scat singing. The pair’s incomparable Duets CD includes fan favorites such as “Summertime,” “Jeannine,” “Autumn Leaves,” “Teach Me Tonight” and “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most.” Tickets are $18.50 for general seating, $5 for youth to age 18, purchased by calling (480) 596-2660.


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Festivals and Events Sacred Grounds Scottsdale Congregational Church (480) 946-2900, 4425 N Granite Reef Rd. (South of Camelback and east of Hayden Rd.) All events 7:30 – 9:30pm January 8th: Joe Garcia Quintet. Garcia (percussion), Ioannis Goudelis (piano),Ted Sistrunk (bass), Dom Moio (drums) and Mike Wilkinson (trombone) January 15th: Judy Roberts and friends Desert Botanical Garden (480)-4818818, 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix Doors open at 6pm. Members $14; Non-members $20. January 18th: Mex-Sal (salsa) January 25th: Try Me Bicycle (folk rock) AZ

Kerr Cultural Center (480) 596-2660, 6110 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale January 11th: “Duets” with Danny Long and Judy Roberts. Two pianos, two voices. 3-5pm. $18.50. Sunday A’Fair Concerts (January 11th through April 13th) Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts (480) 994-2787, 7380 E. 2nd Ave., Scottsdale January 11th: Kirsten CuzickPlambeck (jazz vocalist, noon1:30pm), then Alice Tatum (2-4:30pm) January 18th: Pete Pancrazi Quartet (noon-1:30pm), then Dennis Rowland (2-4:30pm)

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The Healing Power of Yoga there’s limited activity, they are incredibly healing and work deeply on the nervous system. When you are able to quiet the adrenal glands and release the fight or flight response, you give your body a true rest. Even sleeping brings about brain activity, so consciously resting in restorative postures gives your body what it craves most: total relaxation.

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Restorative yoga is a special healing type that assists the body and immune system. The practice of restorative yoga offers complete support to the body with the use of various props such as blocks, straps, blankets, and bolsters. This unique practice of yoga comes from the Ivengar style, which has given therapeutic applications for our yoga practice. While it may seem that these passive postures aren’t doing much since

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(928) 778-5584, 116 N. Montezuma St., Prescott: Live music from 9:30pm to1:30am. January 9th: Sweet Nasty and Al Foul January 10th: Vonzeles, Fuzz Huzzi and Denial Method

Firehouse Kitchen Annex (928) -776-4566, 218 W. Goodwin St., Prescott: Wed/Thurs/Sat: Carl on piano. 7pm. Fridays: Carl on piano and Max on sax. 7pm. Sundays: Open jam. 4pm.

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Thru February 22nd 9am-4pm Phippen Museum 4701 Hwy 89 North ‘A cultural diversity in building the new frontier’. Artists’ work will be representational of the historic & modern connotations of ethnic diversity in the American West. (928) 778-1385

‘It Ain’t Easy Being Green’

January 9th thru February 22nd Gallery Hours Prescott Fine Arts Association 208 N. Marina Street Artists - from budding to masters - will translate their work in a variety of ways by creating anything related to the color green. (928) 445-3286

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HAPPY HOUR For more great Happy Hours, visit: 16th St. Sports Grill - 3-7pm - $2 Domestic drafts, $2.50 Domestic bottles, $3 wells Carlos O’Brien’s - Scottsdale & Phoenix: Drink and food specials in the bar 3-7 and 9-close daily. $2.00 Pints, $3.00 Margaritas. CK’s- Mon-Sat 3-7PM, Reverse Happy Hour, Sun-Thurs, 10-Close, ½ Price Selected Appetizers, $2.50 Domestic Bottles and Pints, $2 Daily Import Special and $2 Heineken Pints All Day Every Day (480) 706-5564 Cocomo Joe’s Mon – Fri 3pm-7pm $1 Off All Alcohol, Wine and Draft Beer, .50 Cent Off All Bottled beer (480) 538-8008

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