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(520) 690-0991, 3306 N. 1st Ave.: August 14th: The Titan Valley Warheads August 15th: Ed Delucia August 16th: Neon Prophet

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(520) 207-2429 505 W. Miracle Mile August 14th: Nashville Songwriters Showcase August 15th: Aztral Folk August 16th: Clam Tostada, Rod Annan & the Late Show August 17th: Last Call Girls & The Determined Luddites August 18th: Sunday Jazz Showcase w/ The Neamen Lyles Experience August 20th: Wally Lawder August 21st: Kathy Thomas & The Groove Tones

August 17th: The Garcia Brothers August 19th: The Bryan Dean Trio August 21st: The Titan Valley Warheads

Old Town Artisans (La Cocina). (520) 365-3053, 201 N. Court Ave.:

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(520) 748-8169, 5954 E. Speedway Blvd. August 14th: Bad News Blues Band August 15th: Neon Prophet August 17th: Neon Prophet August 19th: The Ronstadts August 20th: Jive Bombers August 21st: Bad News Blues Band

Club Congress

(520) 622-8848, 311 E. Congress St. August 14th: Def Rare & Jivin’ Scientists w/ Cash Lansky & Indigo Kids August 15th: Opti Club Presents: Grum August 16th: We Got Cactus Tour Benefit w/ Otherly Love, The Pork Torta, & Andrew Collberg August 17th: The Cordials w/ Fallen Arrows August 18th: Stones Throw Soul Tour feat. Peanut Butter Wolf, Dam-Funk, The Stepkids August 19th: Retro-Lution Presents: The Grease Ball w/ DJ Sid The Kid August 22nd: Tweens & Lenguas Largas w/ Burning Palms

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(520) 577-0326, 6370 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 160 August 15th: The Holmes Levinson Group August 16th: Corey Spector August 17th: Birks Works August 22nd: Sonal

(520) 798-1298, 340 E. 6th St. August 16th: Some Of Them Are Old, Cassiopeia, Au Revoir August 17th: Andrew Collberg, Chris Black, Jess Matsen

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(520) 740-1000, 318 E. Congress August 17th: KXCI Presents 1973 August 18th: Cold War Kids August 21st: Reckless Kelly @ Plush August 22nd: Charles Bradley

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(520) 495-5136, 5769 E. Speedway Blvd. August 16th: Drew Cooper & Meza Band August 17th: Wound To Tight Live August 18th: Drew Cooper Live

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Tucson Craft Beer Destinations Our recommendations for “Tops in Hops!” 1702 1702 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 325-1702 Why to Try? About 50 beers on tap, both imported and domestic and many more by the bottle. They rotate the list frequently so lots to try at all times. If you fancy a pizza and some great craft brews, try this place. Auld Dubliner 800 E. University (520) 206-0323 Why to Try? More than a wee selection of great craft, Irish and other beers here. Pair up with a boxty in a traditional Irish bar with great music in the center of the University mecca of fun bars and restaurants. B Line 621 N. 4th Avenue (520) 882-7575 Why to Try? Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner AND craft beer! A great 4th Avenue place that you must try for local food and fun. Bison Witches 326 N. 4th Ave (520) 740-1541 Why to Try? 8 beers on tap but 66 in bottles. Barrio Brewing Company 800 E. 16th St. (520) 329-3606 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own on tap. Rustic warehouse décor. Great food. Borderlands Brewing Company 119 E. Toole Ave (520) 261-8773 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery (not brew pub or restaurant) featuring locally brewed, southwestern style beers with natural ingredients. Tap room open from 4pm to 8pm Wed-Sat. Live music 2-3 days a week too! Canyon’s Crown Restaurant & Pub 6958 E. Tanque Verde (520) 885-8277 Why to Try? British Style destination 20 crafts on draft plus about 45+ bottles of beer. Full menu too, both British and American grill. District Tavern 260 E. Congress (520) 792-0081 Why to Try? Cool dive bar in downtown area. Pool, darts, juke, select craft beers and friendly environment.

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Downtown Kitchen 135 S. 6th Avenue (520) 623-7700 Why to Try? Not a craft destination per se, but a great place to dine with a few choice beers. Huge signature cocktail menu, full bar, wine. Cool night-time vibe. A true haven for foodies. Dragoon Brewing Company 1859 W. Grant Road (520) 329-3606 Why to Try? Excellent local brewery with tap room service for drinking their 7 brews. Food trucks frequently on site or you can bring your own munchies. Not a late-night place as they close early (8pm). Open Thurs, Fri, Sat. Elliott’s on Congress 135 E. Congress St. (520) 622-5500 Why to Try? Great downtown gathering place. Infused Vodkas and nearly 30 beers by the bottle. Great full menu and live entertainment on some nights. Fox & Hound 7625 N. LaCholla Blvd. (520) 575-1980 Why to Try? Over 100 beers available and 36 on tap! If you are looking for a truly gorgeous sports bar, with a full menu, billiards and lots of TVs…this is a great place to try. Frog & Firkin 874 E. University Blvd. (520) 623-7507 Why to Try? 50 bottled beers and 25 more on tap. Near UofA if you’re looking to party with the college crowd. Live entertainment. Full menue with pizza and sandwiches. Gentle Ben’s Brewery 865 E. University Blvd. (520) 624-4177 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub with 12 of their own creations on tap. Hotel Congress 311 E. Congress St. (520) 622-8848 Why to Try? Historic, urban, Rock-n-Roller downtown local hot spot. Live music, dining, multiple bars. Good craft selection with over 30 on tap. Wine and cocktails as well. A local favorite destination and hangout. 40 vintage boutique hotel rooms upstairs! HUB Restaurant & Creamery 266 E. Congress St. (520) 207-8201 Why to Try? Great selection of about 20 crafts on tap. Wine and

cocktails as well. and ice cream shop built-in. Full menu. Kid friendly during days and DJ scene at night. Cool! La Cocina 201 N. Court Ave (520) 365-3053 Why to Try? Amazing tree-lit courtyard with live music at night. Rustic, local feel with rotating local craft beers, wine, full bar and great eats. Menu includes apps, salads, tacos and sandwiches. Maynard’s 400 N. Toole Ave (520) 545-0577 Why to Try? Gorgeous and hip, upscale bar and marketplace with excellent Zagat-Rated dining across from Hotel Congress. Watch the trains go by from this wonderfully converted train station. Full bar & wine list with craft beer selection. Monterey Court 505 W. Miracle Mile (520) 207-2429 This hidden gem is a remarkably innovative venue that hosts fun beer tastings every Friday 5-7 pm with AZ microbreweries, and offers 8 craft brews on tap and a constantly rotating stock of great craft beers. Upscale cafe with delicious food, full bar, signature cocktails and select wines is onsite plus free live music 6 nights a week. Upcoming performances are listed on the website at www. Mr Heads 513 N. 4th Ave (520) 792-2710 Why to Try? Great local drinkin’ hole with 20 brews on tap and over 100 beers total, plus a wide selection of other liquors. Artsy crowd, eclectic décor makes this a 4th Avenue destination and popular place to soak your, uh… head.

Noble Hops 1335 W. Lambert Lane (520) 797-4677 Why to Try? OK, 28 beers on tap and 175 beers from around the world plus a full bar and wine. You can drink here. Huge menu as well of upscale eats. Not barfood. Old Chicago 2960 N. Campbell Ave (520) 327-6200 Why to Try? 20+ taps and 110 beers from around the globe! Full menu with pizzas and pastas, cocktail bar, wines and “Beer Tour” club with bragging rights (and maybe rehab) if you complete the 110 beer tour. O’Malley’s on Fourth 247 N. 4th Ave (520) 623-8600 Why to Try? 16 beers on tap and more in bottles. Irish bar theme. St. Patrick’s stronghold location. Reilly Craft Pizza & Drink 101 E. Pennington St. (520) 882-5550 Why to Try? Great Pizza and 20 craft beers on tap. Full bar and wine selection as well. RJ’s Replays 5769 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 495-5136 Why to Try? Cool computerized beer ordering from your table complete with beer info and descriptions. Tons of selection and great sports bar atmosphere! One of the largest selections of craft on tap and in bottles in Tucson. Full menu too. Live music. Sir Veza’s 220 W. Wetmore (520) 888-8226 Why to Try? Great cantina style Mexican cuisine and about 20 craft beers on tap. Dozens more in bottles. Huge southwestern menu too. Ole’!

Nimbus Bistro & Brewing Company 6464 E. Tanque Verde Rd. (520) 269-6309 Why to Try? Excellent local brew pub. Full menu plus 6 great locally-brewed favorite beers to try. Full bar as well.

Sir Veza’s 4699 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 323-8226 Why to Try? Great cantina style Mexican cuisine and about 20 craft beers on tap. Dozens more in bottles. Huge southwestern menu too. Ole’!

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

Sky Bar 536 N. 4th Ave (520) 622-4300 Sky bar is a 100% solar powered cafe by day and astronomy themed bar by night with nightly viewing of the cosmos through our telescopes on the patio. Featuring 20 draft beers, award winning cocktails, espresso, and

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tea. When you need a place to imbibe, Sky bar is the place to indulge. Come down and drink in the stars. The Parish 6453 N. Oracle Road (520) 797-1233 Why to Try? A nice gastropub in the north part of town with a nice brew selection of over 20 beers not so common. Live entertainment on the weekends. Full bar. The Shanty 401 E. 9th St. (520) 623-2664 Why to Try? Over 120 beers! Great Euro-import selection! In business since 1937! You’ll love the patio atmosphere! Thunder Canyon Brewery 7401 N. La Cholla Blvd. (520) 797-2652 Why to Try? One of two locations. Excellent local brewpub with 12 of their own beers on tap including cask conditioned and barrel aged beers. Growlers and kegs are available as well. Full delicious menu too. Thunder Canyon Brewery 220 E. Broadway Blvd. (520) 396-3480 Why to Try? Their newest of two locations. Huge old warehouse in the heart of downtown with great food and 40 craft beers on tap. Full menu and bar. Time Market 444 E. University Blvd. (520) 622-0761 Why to Try? This is a local grocery market with a cool local eats like wood-fired pizza, local baked goods, sandwiches, built-in and popular meeting place. 6 taps for on-site drinking but they stock over 150 brews by the bottle (retail) on hand! Trident Grill 2033 E. Speedway Blvd. (520) 795-5755 Why to Try? 24 brews on tap. Full menu. If you are an active or ex Navy Seal, you already understand the Trident insignia. If not, go there and experience! Union Public House 4340 N. Campbell Ave (520) 329-8575 Why to Try? If you enjoy drinking craft beer in style, this is a good bet. Over 30 crafts on tap and a huge selection of bottled beer plus wine and full bar with signature cocktails. Upscale casual dining with great menu.





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4th Avenue, a magic street of dreams, has undergone numerous evolutions throughout the years beginning with the building of the railroads. The 4th Avenue Business District stretches from University Boulevard on the north end to 9th Street on the south end and serves as a major link between the University of Arizona and downtown Tucson. The Avenue evolved to provide the goods and services for the surrounding residential neighborhoods along with bars and restaurants. In the late 1940s the area gradually changed into a light industrial and commercial district followed by a ghetto type blight. Then in the early 1970s the Avenue was inhabited by maturing “hippies” who opened businesses heavy in the arts & craft scene. Avenue customers were impressed that these hippies were hard working and pretty good business people. The Avenue began to draw customers from all over the City and from many socio – economic levels. This is when the 4th Avenue Street Fair came into being. The Avenue and its businesses have continued to thrive. The Fourth Avenue Merchants Association (FAMA) was formed to support the economic well being of the area businesses and to promote the arts. A group of volunteers

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formed the Old Pueblo Trolley to refurbish vintage trolleys and run them between 4th Avenue and the University. FAMA planted

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trees and flower pots all along the Avenue for beauty and shade.

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

‘Still Mine’

‘Blue Jasmine’

‘The Hunt’

‘The Look of Love’

Cate Blanchett plays a New York socialite who moves into her sister’s (Sally Hawkins) modest apartment in San Francisco after everything in her life - including her marriage to a wealthy businessman (Alec Baldwin) falls apart. (PG-13 - 98 minutes)

Mads Mikkelsen plays a former school teacher who has been forced to start over having overcome a tough divorce and the loss of his job. Just as things are starting to go his way, his life is shattered when an untruthful remark throws his small community into a collective state of hysteria. (R 115 minutes)

Steve Coogan plays adult magazine publisher and entrepreneur Paul Raymond who, as a modern-day King Midas, became one of the richest men in Britain at the cost of losing those closest to him. Anna Friel and Imogen Poots also star. (NR - 105 minutes)

Stan: An avid admirer of writer/director Woody Allen’s work since ‘Annie Hall’ (1977), his latest rates high on my list of his ‘relationship films’ as the stark realities of disappointments, neuroses, and finally the acceptances of living life is laid bare. Cate Blanchett delivers a mesmerizingly haunting portrayal of the ‘femme fatale’ in spiral.


Joseph: Destined to provoke compelling conversations born from elevated emotions, “The Hunt” demonstrates that we are all just one little white lie away from eternal and universal condemnation.

Randy: Cate Blanchett delivers one of the year’s most memorable performances. The film is a departure from Woody Allen’s two past releases which were on the somewhat whimsically comical. The movie may not garner any nominations, but Blanchett should definitely remain in the minds of critics come awards season. Also likable were the supporting performances by Sally Hawkins and Andrew Dice Clay.

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Joseph: In spite of an amazing amount of authenticity, “The Look of Love” fails to fully impress as it glosses over the life of its subject rather than thoroughly probing into only the pertinent parts and unearthing some significant insight.

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“The War of the Worlds” (1953) Veteran fantasy producer George Pal’s take on the classic H.G. Wells story of a Martian invasion has more scares, many through the power of suggestion, than the fivedecades-later remake. “Independence Day” (1996) The U.S. president (Bill Pullman), a fighter pilot (Will Smith) and others fight back when aliens target Earth in one of director Roland Emmerich’s disaster epics.

James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold play an elderly couple who fight against local authorities in rural New Brunswick to build their final home. (PG-13 - 102 minutes) Stan: As a ‘Boomer’ and a senior with profound thoughts of these later years, writer/ director Michael McGowan presents a moving story tempered with the right amount of humor as very serious issues are addressed. The fact that it’s based on a true story adds that grounding layer of poignancy to exceptional performances. Randy: The Phoenix Film Festival this year was chock full of moving and memorable films, one of them being this heartfelt drama/comedy starring James Cromwell and Geneviève Bujold. The release date has finally come and has been well worth the wait. The story centers around the challenges of growing old and the power of love. Cromwell is likable and Bujold absolutely shines. Don’t miss this one; yet another small gem in a sea of blockbusters this summer. Joseph: Anchored by a sterling performance from star James Cromwell, “Still Mine” is a deeply affecting motion picture that will both break your heart and genuinely rejuvenate your belief in everlasting love.

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

Choreographer Allison Orr (‘Trash Dance’) By Joseph J. Airdo that they want to be a garbage man. They know that there are a lot of stereotypes about who they are and why they ended up in this job.

In “Trash Dance,” which is now available on VOD, choreographer Allison Orr joins city sanitation workers on their daily routes to listen, learn and ultimately to try to convince them to collaborate in a unique dance performance thereby finding beauty and grace in garbage trucks - and in the men and women who pick up our trash. “I have worked with a pretty wide range of folks - from maintenance men and rollerskaters to traffic cops and gondoliers in Venice. I found this group of people to be the group that got it from the beginning in a way that no other group ever has. Most people don’t grow up saying

“So I think that they really saw this as an opportunity. I said, ‘Let’s create an event where we tell the true story about who you are and the true story about your job. How if you don’t show up and go to work today, how the city would come to a standstill. That we depend on your work but rarely ever take time to stop and say thank you or really recognize the skill in it.’ “What I hear people tell me is that it is really about honoring the beauty of labor, the dignity of hard work and the art in our everyday lives. I think that both the film and the performances connect people in a way that they might not have expected. There was so much content there for me as an artist to work with. It was really just a blast to get to do the whole project.’” – Allison Orr


SOUNDBITE MOVIE SPOTLIGHT TWEETS! Still haven’t seen that movie that your friends have been talking about? Film Columnist Randy Montgomery recaps what you may have missed in 140 characters or less. ‘Elysium’ ~ Writer/Director Blompkamp’s social message via sci-fi action worked better in an indie setting than within the blockbuster realm. Grade: C

‘Planes’ ~ Looks/feels like other Disney films (and other “chase your dream” cartoons). Capitalizes on more entertaining Pixar counterparts. Grade: B-

‘We’re The Millers’ ~ With so much potential and talent, the comedy manages to fall flat at nearly every joke. The only bright spot; Will Poulter. Grade: C

‘Smurfs 2’ ~ Way to ruin one of my favorite Saturday morning cartoons yet again. There was no need for this sequel. Hoping there isn’t another. Grade: D ‘The Conjuring’ ~ Creepy house. Screaming children. Exorcism. Standard issue horror flick that somehow seems to stand out from others in the genre. Grade: B

‘The Wolverine’ ~ Superhero fans won’t be disappointed by Jackman’s performance or by the plethora of action. Another ho-hum summer blockbuster. Grade: B-

‘Two Guns’ ~ Run of the mill, forgettable, violent action flick with two likable actors that reminds us that this was a bummer summer for the genre. Grade: C

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...Continued from page 8 American Culinary Federation as one of the top 16 junior chefs across the nation. After stints in New York City, Clark returned to Arizona where he worked under Iron Chef America winner Chef Beau MacMillan at Elements Restaurant at Sanctuary Resort in Paradise Valley. He ventured back to Tucson where he seasoned his culinary background at Canyon Ranch Health Resort and The Dish Bistro. Salsa Challenge & Tequila Challenge Acacia Real Food & Cocktails Aloft Tucson University and Wxyz Lounge Aloft Tucson University and Wxyz Lounge American Flying Buffalo Blanco Tacos + Tequila BOCA TACOS Y TEQUILA Brushfire BBQ Calle Tepa Casino Del Sol Catering Internacional Cup Café at Hotel Congress Dante’s Fire El Charro El Cisne Mexican Restaurant El Saguarito Mexican El Taco Tote Fini’s Landing Fire + Spice at Sheraton Tucson Lodge on the Desert Loews Ventana Canyon Resort Macayo’s Mexican Kitchen Old Chicago Old Pueblo Grill R&R Family Kitchen Renee’s Organic Kitchen Royal Café Saffron Indian Bistro Salud! At JW Marriott  Shlomo & Vito’s Splendido Tapas Fusion Tavolino The Grill at Hacienda Del Sol The Lodge Sasquatch Kitchen The Parish Umi Star Zona 78   Tequila shooters from... Penasco Tequila El Mayor Tequila Exotico Tequila Juarez Tequila Tequila Partida Bacanora Cielo Rojo Roger Clyne’s Mexican Moonshine Dirty Tequila 3 Amigos Tequila  

A taste of culture This year, the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation has added another ingredient to the charity mix with Fiesta Fantastica, a decorative fundraiser to raise money for Hispanic students seeking higher education through the foundation. Piñatas will line the arches of La Encatada’s courtyard, each sponsored by a business and created by a local artist. Attendees will buy raffle tickets to use as a vote for their personal favorite piñata design.     Hispanic traditions will also be expressed live on stage through Ballet Folklorico La Paloma at 6 p.m., a colorful, energetic and captivating group of performers. Recently performing at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, Ballet Folkorico La Paloma is a non-profit organization dedicated to perpetuating the native folk dances of Mexico.   Flamenco sensation Tesoro will take the stage at 7:15 p.m. The group has a unique sound that captivates even the most sophisticated flamenco purists and enthusiasts. Tesoro’s sound is a mestizo of world genres layered on top of the aggressive yet sensual sounds of acoustic and electric guitar riffs rooted in flamenco.   Tickets to the event include chips, salsa tastings, tequila cocktail sampling and shooters, menu pairings, silent auction browsing, live music and dance performances, cultural activities and more. Prices are $40 until the day of the event and $45 at the door.   2013 Southern Arizona Salsa & Tequila Challenge When: Saturday, Aug. 24 at 5:30 p.m. Where: La Encantada Shopping Center, northwest corner of Skyline Drive and Campbell Avenue Cost: $40 until the day of the event and $45 at the door Online: Tequila_Challenge.html Phone: (520) 797-3959

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The Arizona Aerospace Foundation and the Imperial War Museum of England have unveiled a unique, Soviet-design helicopter at the Pima Air & Space Museum: the MIL Mi-24 Hind-D helicopter. The historic helicopter is on permanent loan from the Imperial War Museum. The successful partnership involved conquering the major endeavors of negotiation, dismantling and shipping the Mi-24 Hind helicopter across the world to Tucson, AZ. After reassembly and restoration, the helicopter is currently on display. This “import” is unlike any Western helicopter and is currently the only non-American helicopter in the Pima Air & Space Museum’s collection.

The MIL Mi-24 Hind-D, serial number B4002, was born in the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant and delivered to the East German Air Force around 1977. Also known as the “Hind,” it served on an East German flying unit that was based at Cottbus Air Base during the reunification of Germany in 1990. The helicopter was taken into service with the reunified German Air Force and given the number 96+21. By 1993, Germany was disposing of most of its Sovietbuilt aircraft, and the B4002 was donated to the Imperial War Museum in the United Kingdom. It was put on display in Duxford until last year when the museum began collaboration with the Pima Air & Space Museum to bring the helicopter to Tucson. Its current

markings are “East German Air Force, 1990.” “We are pleased to collaborate with the Imperial War Museum and bring this unique aircraft to America,” Scott Marchand, Director of Collections and Restoration, of the Pima Air & Space Museum said. He continued, “This helicopter is unlike any Western helicopter ever built, so it’s an intriguing contrast to the museum’s other helicopters.”   The Hind was built to pull double duty by combining the features of a heavily armed and armored helicopter gunship with the troop carrying capability of a light-assault helicopter. In 1970, production and deployment of the helicopter to Soviet forces began.

service in the Russian military and 30 other countries. Technical Specifications: Main Rotor Diameter:  56 feet 7 inches Length:  57 feet 4 inches Height:  21 feet 3 inches Weight:  26,500 lb (loaded) Maximum Speed:  208 mph Service Ceiling:  14,750 feet Range:  280 miles Engines: Two IsotovTV3-117 turbines with 2,200 horsepower each Crew:  2 and 8 troops   Pima Air & Space Museum is located at 6000 E. Valencia Rd., just off I-19 exit 267, in Tucson. More information can be found at, on Facebook www.facebook.

It was also widely sold to the Soviet Union’s allies. The Hind first saw combat in 1977 in Ethiopia during its war with Somalia. The helicopter gained stardom during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan during the 1980s. The Hind proved difficult to shoot down, and its combat prowess helped lead the United States into supplying direct military aid to the Afghans. The Hind has managed to survive the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact, and is still in

com/PimaAirAndSpace, or by calling 520 574-0462.   Note: The 390th Bombardment Group (Heavy) Memorial Museum is closed for reconstruction until further notice.

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BEST CHEFS IN THE CITY COMPETE FOR SALSA & TEQUILA CHALLENGE, AUGUST 24th Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona present third annual Salsa and Tequila Challenge charity fundraiser exploring Hispanic culture at La Encantada Some of Tucson’s most skilled chefs are prepping for the challenge. The Salsa and Tequila Challenge, on Saturday, Aug. 24 at 5:30 p.m., will present up to 50 chefs and restaurants preparing unique salsa recipes and mixologists creating innovative tequila-based drinks along with sweet and savory menu pairings.   Chefs and restaurants include: Iron Chef Tucson winner Ryan Clark from Lodge on the Dessert; 2012 Taco Festival winner Chef John Hohn from Loews Ventana Canyon who also won second place for best salsa; El Charro Café, named “One of America’s 21 Most Legendary Restaurants” by Gourmet Magazine; and last year’s Salsa and Tequila Challenge People’s Choice winner Chef Tim Stevens from Fini’s Landing.

Within 5 years at the Sheraton Tucson, Chef David became the Executive Chef and recently competed in Iron Chef Tucson.

The Parish A vibrant, true gastropub, The Parish appeals to locals and visitors alike. It is a comfortable neighborhood hideaway that is serious about food and cocktails. Diners enjoy The Parish’s’ menu with fresh, delectable, everchanging features and a focus on being just plain hospitable. The competition supports Selections include Louisiana-, Southern Arizona Arts and Texas- and Arizona-inspired Cultural Alliance and the cuisine, unique salads, great Community Food Bank of appetizers, full-coursed entrees, Southern Arizona - two muchcreative sandwiches, vegetarian needed charitable causes raising options and homemade desserts. money for hunger relief and the The Parish also features a arts in our community - at La full-service bar, with a quality Encantada, northwest corner selection of craft and import of Skyline Drive and Campbell beers, house-infused spirits, Avenue. smart signature cocktails and a comfortable outdoor patio. Head Fire + Spice at Sheraton Tucson bartender John Tokar was born Executive Chef David Ferrara has with unnatural drink-creation been in kitchens professionally and spirit-knowledge skills. A since he was 15 years old. smiling, friendly and talented However, his first real encounter presence behind the bar, he keeps with the art of food began at peoples’ attention and guests an early age. He credits his seek him out. Tokar was an 11-year grandmother for sparking an veteran of the Tap Room at Hotel interest in cooking by watching Congress, where he “banged out her put together meals for the drinks, tasted and developed his family. Without any formal culinary passion” for creating cocktails, schooling or training, Chef recently helping to open The Ferrara’s next opportunity came Parish Gastropub. He has created when he was hired at the Sheraton a signature cocktail menu with an Tucson Hotel and Suites. The arsenal of house-infused spirits Executive Chef at the Sheraton appealing to a wide-variety of Tucson was gracious enough palates and has developed new to take Ferrara under his wing. loyal followers. August 14th, 2013 - August 20th, 2013

Boca Tacos y Tequila Becoming a chef was an accident for Maria Mazon, Executive Chef of Boca Tacos y Tequila. Growing up around good food and homecooked meals, Mazon was inspired by the flavors and ingredients around her. The love of food and the desire to bring real authentic Sonoran-Mexican flavors to Tucson, she found herself in the position she is in today. A selftaught chef, Mazon started Para Llevar catering company at the age of 21. From 2007 to 2010, she was the executive chef at Papagayo Mexican Restaurant and Cantina. In May of 2010, she opened Boca Tacos y Tequila, a specialty taco shop. Although, Boca is a taco joint, Mazon loves to cook Mexican food or any type of food with a spicy Latin flare. In Boca’s short two years open, it has become known not only for its gourmet tacos but the fresh and unique salsas prepared every day. Customers can experiment with adding different levels of flavor to their food.   Acacia Chef Albert Hall of Acacia is an Arizona native, well-known for his unique culinary style and caustic outlook on the world in general. “Gabacho” has lived in Tucson for 16 years and has burned food at several prestigious Tucson eateries. His infamous Gabacho Salsa is the perfect example of true Latin flavors gone to hell in a hand basket. Years in the making, Chef Hall has “gabachoized” many

classic family salsa recipes to arrive at the perfect blend of Latin ingredients imported from Canada and other exotic locations. He is known as the “Godfather of Haut Sonoran Cuisine” by the ladies that make the tortillas at Mission San Javier. El Saguarito Mexican Food Albert and Blanca Vasquez and their children Jacqueline, Albert Jr. and Emilio, have brought healthier Mexican dining to Tucson since 1989. The family’s roots in Mexican cooking span generations. Blanca grew up in a Douglas, Ariz., at a restaurant where her mother, Maria Herrera, cooked what was voted the Best Mexican Food in the State. Blanca learned to cook alongside her mother, and her love of making hungry customers happy was born. Albert, a native Tucsonan, loved home-style Mexican food. Because Mexican food is often prepared with lard, it was a challenge to find restaurants where Blanca, who was vegetarian, could eat. So in 1989, Albert and Blanca opened El Saguarito Mexican Food. Maria was behind the stove again, helping create El Saguarito’s signature dishes. The Vasquez family prepares their dishes with only the freshest ingredients, using canola oil instead of lard, and are pleased to share their authentic and healthy Mexican cuisine with the community.   Lodge on the Desert The restaurant at Lodge on the Desert offers one of the best dining options in Southern Arizona, with new American cuisine. The decor is intimate and richly historic. Executive Chef Ryan Clark blends flavors from America’s melting pot with cooking techniques both traditional and unconventional. A native Tucsonan, Clark’s farmto-table concept and slow-food motif is an ideal complement to the casual elegance of Lodge on the Desert. After initially working as Sous Chef at Fuego Restaurant, he went on to graduate from The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. Graduating the dean’s list near the top of his class, Clark was selected by The Continued on page 10...


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AVA AMPHITHEATER: WILLIE NELSON & FAMILY August 14th Casino Del Sol presents legendary country music singer and songwriter Willie Nelson, whose career has spanned six decades, at Anselmo Valencia Tori Amphitheater (AVA). Event Location: 5655 W. Valencia Rd., Tucson, AZ 85757  Venue: Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center  Time: 8:00 p.m. Gates open 7:00 p.m.  Admission: check website for prices  Phone: 800-344-9435 

KXCI CELEBRATES 1973 Saturday, August 17th Rialto Theatre Local bands perform songs released in 1973 as a benefit for 91.3 KXCI Community Radio. Hank Topless covering Charlie Rich’s “Behind Closed Doors” Jim Howell Band covering Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” Golden Boots covering Wings’ “Band on the Run” Cochise County All Stars covering Waylon Jennings’ “Honky Tonk Heroes” Deschtuco covering Neil Young’s “Time Fades Away” Silverfox covering David Bowie’s “Aladdin Sane” AND MORE! RIALTO THEATRE 318 E. Congress St. Tucson, AZ 85701 phone: 520-740-1000



When the lights go out and the doors close at International Wildlife Museum, the exhibits and dioramas depicting insects, birds and mammals in naturalistic settings seem to come to life. This evening of fun, education and exploration -- in the dark -- includes a scavenger hunt and glow-inthe-dark crafts projects. Tucson Food Truck Roundup will serve a variety of food and beverages. Event Location: 4800 W. Gates Pass Rd., Tucson, AZ 85745  Venue: International Wildlife Museum 

Time: From: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Admission: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors/military, $3 for children ages 4-12, and free for children ages 3 and under.  Phone: 520-629-0100 

“GOING WEST” EXHIBIT AT MADARAS GALLERY Thru August 31, 2013 SALSA & TEQUILA CHALLENGE August 24th Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance presents annual salsa competition featuring red, green, hot, mild or fruity salsas, live mariachi music, salsa dancing and more at La Encantada shopping center. The new ticket price of $40 per person will be the sole price to attend the event. All tickets will now includes Salsa & Chips Sampling from over 40 participating competitors, as well as Tequila Based Mixed Drinks and Menu Pairings from up to 50 area emerging and established chefs. Event Location: 2905 E. Skyline Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718  Venue: La Encantada  Admission: Tickets $40 per person.  Phone: For tickets/ information: 520-797-3959 

HOCO FEST MUSIC FESTIVAL August 29th - Sept 1st Hotel Congress kicks off the annual HoCo Fest with an 80’s dance night. Hosted by former KFMA DJ and pioneer Spyder Rhodes, featuring two very special acts from back in the day: Howard Jones, Men Without Hats, and others. HoCo Fest is Arizona’s oldest solar-powered, multimedia festival featuring national and international acts on indoor and outdoor stages, a record fair, music gear expo, and much more! These are two of the biggest acts to ever play the establishment and quite simply, YOU CAN DANCE, if you want to but DON’T leave your friends behind.   Event Location: 311 E. Congress St., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Club Congress  Time: Starting: 7:00 PM  Admission: $20-$25, 21+  Phone: 520-622-8848  Recurring daily

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Madaras Gallery hosts an exhibit featuring the American landscapes, with vivid colors and broad brushstrokes, by William Hook of Santa Fe and Carmel. Event Location: 3001 E. Skyline Dr. (at Campbell), Tucson, AZ 85718  Venue: Madaras Gallery  Time: Mon-Sat 10:00-6:00, Sun 11:005:00  Phone: 520-615-3001 

SCIENCE SUNDAYS AT CHILDREN’S MUSEUM TUCSON Thru September 1st Fun, hands-on, science-related activities for kids and their families, featuring specials guests from Tucson’s preeminent science community and discount admission every Sunday at the Children’s Museum Tucson, May 26-September 1. Event Location: 200 S. 6th Ave., Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Children’s Museum Tucson  Time: From: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM  Admission: $2  Phone: 520-792-9985  Every Sunday

MOUNT LEMMON SKY RIDE Thru September 2nd The Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley ski lift is open as a Sky Ride, Thursdays through Mondays, during summer. The Sky Ride to the summit and back takes about one hour, and travels from 8,200 feet in elevation to 9,100 feet in elevation. Watch for wildlife and summer birds. Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley is the southernmost ski area in the United States, and, compared with the Tucson valley, temperatures here are 30º cooler in the aspen and Ponderosa pine forest. Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley is a small enclave of shops with the Iron Door restaurant, the Miner’s Sweet Tooth café selling homemade cookies and fudge, Grub Stake patio café, and the Motherlode Gift Shop. The Sky Ride is located a 30-mile drive north of central Tucson, on the slopes of

Mount Lemmon in the Coronado National Forest. Event Location: 10300 Ski Run Rd., Mt. Lemmon, AZ 85619  Venue: Mt. Lemmon Ski Valley  Time: From: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM  Admission: Sky Ride Tickets: $5-$9  Phone: 520-576-1321 (9:00 am to 4:00 pm MST)  Every Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

CAVE TOURS Thru September 30th A retreat from summertime heat, two underground caves outside Tucson beckon with cool adventures for the entire family. Colossal Cave, 25 miles southeast of downtown Tucson, is a dry, limestone cave with more than two miles of maze-like passageways and a steady temperature of 70 degrees. Regular guided tours are half-mile in length and offered daily without reservations. Candlelight and Ladder Adventure Tours are scheduled by reservation only (520-6477275).  Kartchner Caverns, 40 miles southeast of Tucson, is rated one of the World’s Top 10 Caves by experts for its vast and incredibly unique mineral formations. Inside are two galleries the size of football fields, each with 100-foot ceilings and thousands of jaw-dropping stalactites and stalagmites; the temperatures average around 68 degrees. Guided tours of the Rotunda and the Throne Room last about 90 minutes and are a half-mile in length. Reservations are required (520-586-2283). Venue: Colossal Cave and Kartchner Caverns  Time: Varies  Recurring daily

REPTILE RAMBLE Thru October 25th Tohono Chul’s Reptile wranglers, Tom McDonald and Ed Moll, have rounded up quite a cast of our scaly, slithery and shelled locals this year on Fridays at 10am through October 25 at the Overlook at Tohono Chul. Event Location: 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, Tucson, AZ 85704  Venue: Tohono Chul  Time: Starting: 10:00 AM  Admission: Free with park admission.  Phone: 520-742-6455  Every Friday


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Sunday, September 1st  at 7:00 p.m. Loews Ventana Canyon Resort and Spa The Tucson Jazz Society wraps up its world class summer series at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort with the innovative jazz fusion and the electrifying showmanship of Sylvan Street on Sunday, Sept. 1 in the Grand Ballroom. Showtime is 7 PM. Under the dynamic leadership of bass player Jay Rees, Sylvan Street performs a diverse program of eclectic jazz, rock,

latin and funk via finely crafted tunes. Joining Jay on stage are Kelland Thomas, sax; Chad Shoopman, trumpet; Kenny Smukal, trumpet; Frank Browne, guitar; Andrew Hix, drums/vocals; Evan Rees, keyboard; Michael Faltin, percussion with fresh interpretations. This band delivers a hip, urban sound that appeals to all ages and takes the listener through tribal funk grooves, bittersweet love ballads, jump swing and blues. To hear samples and read more about the musicians, go to www. Sylvan Street Sunday, September 1 at 7pm Loews Ventana Canyon Resort & Spa, Grand Ballroom 7000 N Resort Dr. Tucson, AZ 85750

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Assistance League® of Tucson’s Fall Informational Coffee On Thursday, September 26th at 10 a.m., Assistance League of Tucson will be hosting their fall coffee for interested future members. The coffee is a “meet and greet” with current members of the organization, an overview of Assistance League of Tucson® and its philanthropies. A tour of the facility and observing an Operation School Bell® dressing with school children will also be offered. For more information visit: www.assistanceleaguetucson. org. Assistance League of Tucson® is an all-volunteer organization comprised of over 400 members who donate more than 45,000 hours annually to their philanthropic programs serving our community. They do not have a paid staff and are a non-political, non-sectarian 501(c)(3) taxexempt non-profit corporation. 80% of what they raise goes back into the Tucson Community.

Assistance League programs include Operation School Bell ® , Starting Over Supplies, and Assault Survivor Kits®. Auxiliary organizations include Assisteens® and Professional Association of Women’s Services (P.A.W.S.). Assisteens’ main philanthropic program is Assisteens Helping Tucson Teens. The focus of the program is to strengthen middle school art, music and physical education programs through donations of new materials. P.A.W.S. provides volunteer opportunities to women in the workforce. This auxiliary, whose mission is to enrich the spirit of a child, focuses on helping children in crisis. Assistance League of Tucson’s main goal continues to be to assess the needs of the community and to provide relevant programs and services to meet those needs, enhancing the lives of men, women and children in the Tucson area.

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