Page 1

A R I Z O N A’ S

Vol: 1 Issue: 31 October 16th, 2013





YELLOWCABAZ AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 1, Issue 31 October 16th, 2013 Brian Muir Publisher Kevin Kelley Art Director Jeff Haugen Editor Tami Kelley Office Manager FILM! writers Stan Robinson • Randy Montgomery Joseph Airdo LIVE! Music Writer Kim Naugle ARTS! Writer Chelsey Killebrew TREK! Feature Writer Niccole Celeste SALES STAFF Sheree Kamenetsky (480) 235-2114 Chey Tor (602) 487-3975 PHOTOGRAPHER Paul Cervantez CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Van Means Chuck Noll James Swann Stan Bindell Brian Palmer

George Dickie Kimberly Gunning Doug Pike Stephen A. Deubel Mike Wasdin Bart Mahrer Mack Newton

04 06 07 10 12 15 19 20 24 25







Office & Fax: (602) 466-7422

Expert Distribution Services Provided by:

AZ Weekly Magazine is published up to 52 issues per year by Advent Media Group, LLC with offices at 4400 N. Scottsdale Rd #9223 Scottsdale, AZ 85251.  AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine is available free of charge and distributed Valleywide.  The opinions expressed by the contributors and those interviewed are not necessarily those of AZ Weekly.  Contents in full or in part may not be reproduced without the expressed written consent of AZ Weekly. Advertisers assume full responsibility and liability for all content of their advertisements and for any claims arising from such advertising and represent that they have obtained all licenses, consents and waivers for all third parties who have text, photographical or graphical rights.  Readers are encouraged to verify any statements or claims made by advertisers. AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine is not financially responsible for errors in advertising beyond the cost of the ad in which the error was made. AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine reserves the right to refuse advertising or editorial not in keeping with the standards of this publication. For more information, please consult our web site at  




AZ Weekly Is Now Available At ALL Circle K Locations Every Wednesday! 2

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013


Combo meals


Any $2.99 Fresh Wedge or Sub, $1.09 Chips & 32oz Fountain or Frozen



2 Roller Grill Items, $1.09 Chips & 32oz Fountain or Frozen Offer valid 10/14/13-12/8/13


PIMA AIR & SPACE MUSEUM TO HOST AUGMENTED REALITY OF RARE 1940 GERMAN BOMBER IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ROYAL AIR FORCE MUSEUM the Pima Air & Space Museum. According to the British newspaper, the Shropshire Star, “It is hoped it [the Dornier’s AR viewing] will give people a taste of the scale and power of the plane.”


13 & Older


Peter Dye, the Royal Air Force Museum’s General Director, said, “This heralds a new era of exhibition display and what museums can achieve. For the first time ever the same 3D exhibit is visible in defined physical sites around the world.”


12 & Under


Bring your trick-or-treater in costume and enjoy games, planes, pony rides, prizes and more!

FRIDAY, OCT. 25th ~ 5-9PM 6000 E. Valencia Rd. - Tucson, AZ - - 574.0462

Flight Grill food truck on site. FREE scoop of ice cream with any regular-priced entree in the restaurant!

NIGHT OF THE LIVING FEST AT OLD TUCSON Tucson’s All Souls weekend just got a lot crazier, as Night of the Living Fest, a one-day music and art festival invades Old Tucson on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013. Night of the Living Fest is all about the live music! There will be 3 stages, 24 bands featuring such national acts as People Under the Stairs, Meat Puppets, Deerhoof, THEESatisfaction, Bob Log III, NOBUNNY, as well as local favorites Lenguas Largas, The Pork Torta, Golden Boots, Vox Urbana and many more. The bands will be set amidst the beautiful desert landscape of Old Tucson, the historic Old West movie studio and theme park. The entire park will be open. There will be rides, haunted houses, DJs, live mural painting, live screen printing, live record lathe cutting, art installations, a custom-made 9 hole miniature golf course, and all the fun you can pack into one day. Night of the Living Fest is also the official pre-party for the All Souls Procession which takes place the

following day, Sunday, November 3r in downtown Tucson. A percentage of Night of the Living Fest ticket sales will go directly to the non-profit that organizes the procession. Check out the full band lineup at www. Buy your Night of the Living Fest tickets online now, and come out and celebrate Saturday, November 2nd. It will be one of the most happening weekends in Tucson all year!

Starting Oct. 16, 2013, on the grounds of the Pima Air & Space Museum, using an iPhone/iPad (and a FREE custom app) visitors will be able to view a hovering WWII Dornier 17 German bomber. The actual plane, the only known Dornier 17 in existence, physically resides at the Royal Air Force Museum in Cosford, England. However, when the newly restored bomber’s interactive exhibit opens, enthusiasts worldwide will be able to view the plane in 3D, hovering in its 1940 glory, over Trafalgar Square and select international air & space museums via the latest technology: augmented reality. Viewing this augmented-reality plane is free with admission at Pima Air & Space for the foreseeable future. “We are thrilled to not only offer this cool new AR technology here in Tucson but also to be collaborating with our sister museums around the world!” stated Yvonne Morris, Executive Director of the not-for-profit Arizona Aerospace Foundation that operates

@YELLOWCABAZ October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Other aerospace museums where the Dornier AR will be visible include: Museo del Aire (Madrid, Spain), Warsaw Museum of Polish Military Technics (Warsaw, Poland), The National War & Resistance Museum (Overloon, Holland), Canada Aviation and Space Museum (Toronto, Canada) and The Air Force Museum of New Zealand (Christchurch, New Zealand). The app, Apparition:Dornier17, runs on iOS6 or later versions. The Android version of the app is in development. According to Merriam Webster, Augmented Reality (AR) is defined as “a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented (or supplemented) by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data.”

Tickets are on sale now at $34 and $45 the day of the event, so buy your tickets early! You can also purchase VIP tickets online, as well as our Night of the Living Fest “Fun Pass”, which will get you on all of the rides and in all of the haunted houses that Old Tucson provides (a $20 value being offered for $5 to fest-goers). Parking is limited at Old Tucson so be sure to take advantage of the $5 parking pass being offered. Carpool with your friends, save money by getting tickets early, and visit www. to buy your Night of the Living tickets today!

52 0 -30 0 -0 0 00 480-888-8888


The historic bomber was found in the English Channel where it has been submerged since WWII and has been at RAF Cosford being restored since June, and has been on display in plastic/poly-tunnels as it is being treated.



RICKY SKAGGS & BRUCE HORNSBY W/ KENTUCKY THUNDER October 20th Fox Tucson Theatre presents the collaboration between multi-instrumentalist virtuoso Ricky Skaggs and genre-bending pianist Bruce Hornsby, with the recording band Kentucky Thunder, combining celtic drones with a strong bluegrass element. Event Location: 17 W. Congress, Tucson, AZ 85701  Venue: Fox Tucson Theatre  Time: Starting: 7:00 PM  Admission: $39 - $108 (loge)  Phone: 520-547-3040 

INDIE FILM “HALLOWEEN PARTY” AT THE LOFT October 21st The Loft Cinema hosts the screening of a quirky, candid indie film portraying a Halloween party. Wear a costume and dance in your seat to the original soundtrack, which was a contender for the 2013 Oscar’s Best Song Nominee. Event Location: 3233 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85716  Venue: The Loft Cinema  Time: Starting: 7:00 PM  Admission: $9.25 Buy tickets at http://  Phone: 520-795-0844 

HALLOWEEN HOWL AT COLOSSAL CAVE October 18th – 19th Take a candlelight ghost tour of ancient Colossal Cave where spooks abound, or have a haunted hayride through the dark, ghostly La Posta Quemada Ranch. And don’t miss great games under the moon: Jumping Castle, Thrilling Maze, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo and

FEAST WITH THE DEARLY DEPARTED October 26th Tucson Botanical Gardens will celebrate the Day of the Dead traditions with mariachis, sugar skulls, luminarias, kids’ activities, workshops, and delicious Sonoran food. Event Location: 2150 N. Alvernon Way, Tucson, AZ 85712  Venue: Tucson Botanical Gardens  Time: From: 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM  Admission: Non-members: $8 adults, $4 children (ages 4-12); Members: $4 adults, $2 children (ages 4-12)  Phone: 520-326-9686 

CLASSIC JAZZ SERIES: THE SOUNDS OF SHEARING October 27th The Tucson Jazz Society presents three of the original members of the George Shearing Quintet, under the direction of Charlie Shoemake, in a performance at The Westin La Paloma Resort. Event Location: 3800 E. Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718  Venue: The Westin La Paloma Resort  Time: Starting: 7:00 PM  Phone: 520-903-1265 

14TH ANNUAL DESERT BLUEGRASS MUSIC FESTIVAL October 25th – 27th Desert Bluegrass Association presents local, regional and national bluegrass bands, workshops and jam sessions,

and a Friday night band contest at AVA Amphitheater. Friday night bring a donation for the Food Bank and receive a raffle ticket. Event Location: 5655 W. Valencia Rd., Tucson, AZ 85757  Venue: Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center  Phone: 520-760-0745  HALLOWEEN AT THE MINI TIME MACHINE Thru October 31st The Mini Time Machine Museum will be decorated for Halloween throughout October, exploring haunting miniatures with a ghostly gallery guide and eerie flashlight tours (every Saturday at 4PM).  Check website for $1 off coupon. Event Location: 4455 E. Camp Lowell, Tucson, AZ 85712  Venue: The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures  Time: Tues-Sat: 9am-4pm, Sun: 12pm4pm, Closed Mondays  Admission: General $9 Senior (65 or older) / Military $8 Youth (ages 4-17) $6 Children 3 and under FREE  Phone: 520-881-0606  Recurring daily

unique and timeless sound gave rise to the genre of Celtic Music. In a career spanning four decades, Clannad have made music that entwines the traditional and the modern, the past and the future, with stunningly beautiful results. 7pm Doors / 8pm Showtime RIALTO THEATRE 318 E. Congress St. Tucson, AZ 85701 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


more. (Oct. 18-19, 25-27) Event Location: 16721 E. Old Spanish Trail, Vail, AZ 85641 Phone: 520-647-7121 

FARMERS’ MARKETS Thru July 25, 2014 Garden-fresh food lovers can find everything from apples to zucchini at farmers’ markets in Tucson and Southern Arizona. This bountiful region boasts a great assortment of u-pick farms and farmers’ markets offering a variety of seasonal vegetables, fruits, nuts, and honey as well as homemade salsas, jellies, and baked goods. Shoppers can find regional specialties, including Mexican-style pastries and unique desert foods such as mesquite-bean flour and prickly pear cactus-fruit syrup. Throughout the year, shoppers can gather locally produced produce, meats, and artisan baked goods at neighborhood farmers’ markets throughout the region. Venue: Locations vary.  Time: Days and times vary with the seasons. 

CLANNAD IN CONCERT Friday, October 18th / Rialto Theatre The iconic Grammy, BAFTA and Ivor Novello Award-winning band whose

“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” – Plato

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013



THE TUCSON JAZZ SOCIETY RETURNS TO ST. PHILIP’S PLAZA After a two-year absence, the Tucson Jazz Society has returned to St. Philip’s Plaza with a bang. With an awe-inspiring lineup of world class entertainment scheduled in the weeks ahead, St. Philip’s Plaza is without a doubt the place to be every Sunday starting at 7pm. Doors open at 6pm. The Tucson Jazz Society is proud to present this truly remarkable series filled with all the sights and sounds any music lover could ask for. Here’s a peek at what’s on tap to round out the month of October.

Oct. 20 — Joe Bourne: The Music of Motown and Other Gems of That Era Equally sophisticated in his own way is singer and entertainer Joe Bourne, appearing with “The Music of Motown and Other Gems of That Era.” Now based in Tucson, Bourne spent a major portion of his career living and working in Europe. His musical influences include Nat King Cole and Lou Rawls. Bourne’s interpretation of George Gershwin’s “Summertime” has won awards in Germany, Ireland and Bulgaria. Travel back with these timeless tunes by Smokey Robinson, The Supremes, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, Marvin Gaye, Martha Reeves, Michael Jackson and many more to enjoy those fond musical memories with songs like “Baby Love,” “My Girl,” “Get Ready,” “Sugar Pie,” “Just My Imagination,” “I’ll Be There,” “Hello, What’s Going On,” “How Sweet It Is” and more. Angel Diamond-lead and background vocals, Mike Levybass, Rob Resetar-keys, Doug Davisdrums, Howard Wooten-guitar, Neamen Lyles-sax, Jason Carder-trumpet, Miguel Bazemore-Percussion

Oct. 27 – The George Shearing Quintet, led by Charlie Shoemake The “Sounds of Shearing” was originally a one-time gig, done as a tribute to George Shearing and the Quintet, which performed in the early 1950s through the 1980s. The Shearing sound is the feature of the group; with

piano, vibes, and guitar playing the melody in unison. Two members of the group, Charlie Shoemake-vibes, and Colin Bailey-drums are former members of the George Shearing Quintet. The other members of the Quintet are Joe Bagg-piano, Frank Potenza-guitar, and Luther Hughesbass.

The Tucson Jazz Society The Tucson Jazz Society (TJS) is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to promoting and preserving America’s original music – jazz. The Society’s mission is to ensure continuity of the jazz art form through its commitment to nurture and champion local talent, bring outstanding national and international artists to southern Arizona, and provide for the young generation via its arts in education program.TJS remains Tucson’s only fulltime source for all things jazz. Jazz Under the Stars, presented by the Tucson Jazz Society 7 p.m. every Sunday; Doors open at 6pm St. Philip’s Plaza, 4280 N. Campbell Ave. Further information and tickets at Info: 903-1265 Watch for these exciting future Jazz Society events: Classic Jazz Series at the Westin LaPaloma Nov. 2 – Pete Christlieb of the Johnny Carson Tonight Show Band, John Allred and The University of Arizona Studio Jazz Band Nov. 13 – The Fred Hersch Trio at the Temple of Music and Art, in cooperation with the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation. 8th Annual New Year’s Eve Gala at the Westin LaPaloma, featuring the Jim Cullum Jazz Band, stars of the Riverwalk Jazz program on NPR; The reunited Tucson Jazz Orchestra, and Blues Hall of Famer George Howard R&B and Motown Show.

ROLAND DYENS LIVE IN TUCSON October 18th at 7pm / Holsclaw Hall A performance by Roland Dyens is like none other. Known as both a great guitarist and composer, he is also a master of improvisation, a skill rarely shown in classical music recitals. His music is sublime, heavily influenced by his love of jazz and Brazilian music. Dyens’ compositions are always exciting and fresh, which may be why he is ranked highest in the “Top 100” list of most recorded original works for the guitar by living composers worldwide. Certainly a master of his

craft, this is truly an event you won’t want to miss. General admission is $25, members $20, students with ID $15. Discounts are available for advance sales of 4 or more tickets from www. For information, please call 520-342-0022.

“I will tell you how to become rich. Close the doors. Be fearful when others are greedy. Be greedy when others are fearful.” - Warren Buffet

6 82

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Experience Arts in the Plaza Fine Art and Jazz Festival, presented by Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance, featuring fine artists, local musicians and kids’ fun “I was intrigued with the mystery of the end result,” stated artist Liz Caris about her introduction into a new art medium. Her vibrant and beautiful, sketch-like tile pieces of art are both aesthetically and functionally appealing – often transferred to table tops or kitchen design. Caris will show her work at one of the city’s most popular art festivals of the season – Arts in the Plaza, Saturday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The free festival showcases fine art from the region’s most exquisite artists and noteworthy jazz performers throughout the charismatic setting of St. Philip’s Plaza, southeast corner of River Road and Campbell Avenue. Caris has been teaching art for more than 30 years. Originally a painter, she stumbled onto the possibilities of tile while working on a fundraiser for her school, explaining, “Working with tile humbles and surprises you at the same time.” She draws the imagery then transfers to a collection of tiles. Next, the tiles are glazed and fired and can be placed


More than 60 Artists and Live Jazz all Weekend at St. Philip’s Plaza, October 19th & 20th

in frames, set into tables, inset into floors or set onto walls. Artists of all genres will show the diversity of talent thriving in the Southwest, from mixed media and textiles to photography and ceramics. Among the 60 fine artisans, Arts in the Plaza will also feature live jazz from local performers who have created a name for themselves in the Southwest.

Performer Line-up Saturday 10 a.m. Tucson Jazz Institute 11:15 a.m. Annon & The Late Show 12:30 p.m. Real Tears 1:45p.m. Jimmy & The Jitterbugs 3 p.m. Dan Grifin Trio Sunday 11 a.m. Nossa Bossa Nova 12:15 p.m. Tucson Jazz Institute 1:30 p.m. Manny Herrara 2:45 p.m. Melody Louise Fall Arts in the Plaza Fine Art and Jazz Festival When: Saturday, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Where: St. Philip’s Plaza, southeast corner of River Road and Campbell Avenue Cost: Free admission Online: Phone: 520-797-3959

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

83 7


1st DANCE FESTIVAL OF SO AZ UNITES DANCERS AND ENRICHES LEARNING & PERFORMING EXPERIENCE FOR HIGH SCHOOL DANCERS, INSTRUCTORS AND DANCERS AT LARGE The AZ DANCE COALITION (ADC) and the AZ DANCE EDUCATION ORGANIZATION (AzDEO) are presenting the first DANCE FESTIVAL OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA (DFOSA) October 19-20. Thirty dance classes and special workshops focusing on “rhythm” (polyrhythms, clavé ) will be held at Tucson High Magnet School both days, 400 N 2nd Ave, Tucson, starting at 8:30 am. Classes are for dance students ages 14 and up, adults including seniors, dance instructors, and dancers specializing in Folklorico, Flamenco and Step Dancing. There will be a performance for the public --STEP to the Rhythm, DANCE to the Rhythm-- on Saturday, October 19, 7 pm, at University High School, 421 N. Arcadia Ave. in Tucson. Twenty-two dance companies and dancers from So AZ, plus guests from Central AZ, will be presenting African, Argentine Tango, Salsa, ballet, hip hop, modern/ contemporary, tap dances and the award-winning Step’s JUNK FUNK Percussive Movement Art. Tickets are available online through event/454652. Adults $15 in advance, $20 at the door. $10 in advance for children under 12, seniors 65+ and

military $15 at the door. $10 for Dance Festival registrants and ADC / AzDEO members. Performing groups may be selling tickets themselves as a fundraiser for their companies or their cause. Special out-of-town guest master faculty include Anita Feldman, a significant “Woman of Tap,” author of INSIDE TAP and Director of the Dance Education Department at Hofstra University(a department she created), Hempstead, NY. Anita is teaching a class in polyrhythms, tap dance for intermediate/advanced dancers and adults (including seniors) as well as a choreography class in Step Dance (body percussion). Chad Michael Hall is an Assistant Professor at the University of California, Irvine, and Artistic Director of MULTIPLEX DANCE. He is teaching modern dance with an interesting preface ~ “Warning: not your grandma’s modern.” This is his 6th trip to AZ as a guest choreographer, but his first trip to Tucson was earlier this year for a performance at UApresents. He taught master classes at University and Tucson HS and is returning to work with those schools the week before the Dance Festival.

Kathleen Sinclair is CoArtistic Director of Ballet Yuma, and sits on the National Board of Regional Dance America. She is Chair of the Pacific Region and has produced some of the finest ballet dancers in Arizona. Her focus will be on petit allegros (tiny jumps) and a Variation (dance) will be taught as well.

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Their expertise, as well as that of the other ten instructors, will give our participants new tools to reach the next level of excellence and motivate them to continue being dedicated to their art. ADC members will partner with the Dance Festival by offering introductory classes to the general public at their respective studios for $5on Saturday, October 19 ~ Modern & Aerial Dance at ZUZI!, Middle Eastern dance at Xanadu, Argentine Tango at the Sonoran Ballroom with Rusty Cline & Jo Canalli, and Flamenco with Barbara Schuessler at Animas Center. Details and registration information are available at dance-fest-soaz/. For questions, please call Krystyna at 520-743-1349 or email

November 1 - 3 Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre Christian Youth Theater has announced their new season of family favorites beginning with “Oliver,” November 1 – 3 at the Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre. Based on Dickens’ Oliver Twist, this endearing musical is full of popular songs such as “Consider Yourself,” “Food, Glorious Food,” “As Long As He Needs Me” and many more!   “The audience will fall in love with our little pick-pockets while they sing and dance their way across the stage. I know everyone will leave the show humming one of these tunes, wondering how these kids have once again pulled off such a huge classic Broadway show,” says CYT executive director Kathy Thuerbach.   CYT’s “Oliver!” will have four public performances. Tickets are just $10 and are available at  

Showtimes: Friday, November 1st at 7pm Saturday, November 2nd at 2pm and 7pm Sunday, November 3rd at 2pm   CYT Tucson is a local non-profit theater arts organization providing instructional classes and live musical performance opportunities for Tucson youth ages 8-18.   Christian Youth Theater’s new season will include everyone’s favorite ogre in “Shrek The Musical” at Pima Community College Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre next March and a trip to Never Land in “Peter Pan” at Crowder Hall at the University of Arizona next May. CYT’s past performances have included “Les Miserables” and “Willy Wonka” at the Fox Theatre, “The Secret Garden” and “Snoopy” at Pima Community College, and “Seussical” and “Wizard of Oz” at Crowder Hall.

Arizona Dance Coalition

DANCE FESTIVAL of Southern Arizona October 19-20, 2013

30 Classes, 13 Instructors from NY, LA, Yuma, Mesa & Tucson Tucson High Magnet School 400 N 2nd Ave, Tucson

T he theme is Rhythm!

Modern, Hip Hop, Jazz, Tap Floor Barre, Ballet Technique & Variation Flamenco, Tap & Ballet Folklorico Choreography Workshops Step’s JUNK FUNK Percussive Movement Art A Study of the Afro-Cuban Clavé Rhythm & Polyrhythms—African tradition/culture QiGong for Dancers, Feldenkrais® For Beginners—Aerial Dance & Modern, Flamenco,

Middle Eastern & Argentine Tango

October 19, Saturday, 7 pm to the


to the


22 Dance Artists

Amanda Suzanne Kapp Film, Aurora Gonçalves-Shaner Barbea Williams Perf Co, Chrissy Jones, Dance For A Cause Dance Force-1, Danswest Dance, Desert Dance Theatre e.Lov, Esperanza Dance Project, FUNHOUSE movement theater, Pima CC Dance, Prime Time Dancers, Rosenkrans Dans Rusty Cline & Jo Canalli/Learn-to-Tango, Salson, Scottsdale CCC Dance/Instinct Dancecorps, Soul Squad with Addison Johnson Step’s JUNK FUNK Percussive Movement Art, Tap 24.7 TucSon Casineros & University HS Dance Alumna

Rincon/University High, 421 N Arcadia Ave, Tucson Tickets $15 advance, $20 door, $10 seniors/military, kids under 12

offers classes in:

Aerial Dance Modern Contemporary Ballet & More!

. e in ved. m Co e mo B


CYT Tucson Presents OLIVER!

Member of the Arizona Dance Coalition

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

81 9



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.

‘The Fifth Estate’ Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Brühl play men who become underground watchdogs of the privileged and powerful and eventually gain access to the biggest trove of confidential intelligence documents in U.S. history. (R - 124 minutes) Stan: Being aware of the subject matter, this dramatic presentation of the still unfolding true events seemed a ‘caricature’ of the true life characters and an empty shell, while the documentary ‘WikiLeaks’ of a few short weeks ago, featured news clips of the actual participants and their involvement. Joseph: “The Fifth Estate” is the worst motion picture of 2013. Director Bill Condon’s new cinematic sleeping pill makes a crucial mistake in assuming that its audience already knows a lot about its incredibly complicated subject and fails to educate, much less entertain.

‘All the Boys Love Mandy Lane’ Amber Heard plays a young woman who is invited by a group of high schoolers to a weekend party on a secluded ranch. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to drop quite mysteriously. (R - 90 minutes) Joseph: “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane” is both a breath of fresh air and a tribute to classic slashers, playing out in a relatively predictable fashion before finally featuring a delightfully killer twist. It is certain to have inspired the new inclusion of intelligence in the horror genre.

‘Ways to Live Forever’ Robbie Kay plays a young boy with leukemia who embarks on a “scientific investigation” with questions, observations, evidence, reflections and lists of all the things he wants to do someday. (PG-13 - 95 minutes)


‘Big Ass Spider!’

Adam Scott plays a grown man who, caught in the crossfire of his parents’ 15-year divorce, discovers he was unknowingly part of a study on divorced children and is enlisted in a follow-up years later, which wreaks new havoc on his family. (R 87 minutes)

Greg Grunberg and Lombardo Boyar play an exterminator and a security guard, respectively, who are unlikely heroes trying to stop a towering mutant arachnid from rampaging across Los Angeles. (PG-13 - 85 minutes)

Stan: Marvelous ensemble performances present a look that’s void of empathy and angst on a subject matter that many of us may not have experienced in our lives. ‘A.C.O.D.’ provides a nicely paced and insightful 90 minutes that after all is said and done; a delightful feeling of understanding is the reward.

Joseph: Crawling along on eight huge hairy legs, director Mike Mendez’s new creature feature “Big Ass Spider!” may not send shivers down your spine as well as the genre’s classic efforts did, but it will definitely tickle your funny bone as it spins a web of wild amusement.

Joseph: “A.C.O.D.” is quite funny as writer/director Stu Zicherman and his remarkable cast keep things bouncing along at a brisk pace with broad comedy and outrageous situations that anyone can relate to regardless of if they are an adult child of divorce or not.

tragedy through unadulterated eyes turns it into triumph. It is an inspiring story of one boy’s journey not toward death but through life, encouraging us to make the most of each and every day of ours.

Joseph: “Ways to Live Forever” demonstrates that taking a look at

10 78

AZ Weekly Is Now Available At ALL Circle K Locations Every Wednesday! October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013


Filmmaker Alex Gibney (We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks) By Stan Robinson

“It was a couple of years in the making and the shooting didn’t stop once the editing began, it was one

“The studio I have to say, was always very supportive. The notes we got from the studio were good, and even the legal team was quite supportive, even though doing a documentary like this is sometimes and necessarily involving things like ‘fair use’ which are not normally part of the feature film rule book. So Universal and Focus World has been very supportive of the film! You asked about ‘autonomy’ in making the film,

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

Universal gave me final cut on the film.” “Fundamentally it’s a great story about a few individuals who make a huge difference among some very powerful forces. But it’s also about secrets, about truth and lies. It’s about how people get corrupted, about how other people remain strong, and about how we are all being changed by the internet. “If you follow the story, a lot of those things rattle around in your head; the most important thing is following the story of these individuals and this fantastic moment. It’s kind of like a thriller that takes place in the real world, and stays with you long after you’ve left the theater.” – Alex Gibney


‘We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks’, filmmaker Alex Gibney’s documentary released a short time ago, is a detailed look at the creation of Julian Assange’s controversial website WikiLeaks, which facilitated the largest security breach in U.S. history. Director Alex Gibney presents a view that doesn’t take sides as the ‘blanks’ are examined relative to secrets, government, and citizens right to know. Here’s an excerpt from our chat that lasted the better part of an hour.

of those things where even in the cutting room we were following the story because is was still unfolding and there were people who we were still trying to get on camera, so it never really stopped. Your question of what type of resistance from the ‘powers that be’ is interesting indeed. We were trying to fly under the radar while the film was announced early on. I was kind of sorry that it was announced because we were trying to ‘fly low’ and not make too big of a noise because that was very much our hope, that by doing so we wouldn’t be a target.

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


Currently in release is ‘The Fifth Estate’, a feature film presentation that presents in dramatic fashion, the events of WikiLeaks, an international, online, non-profit organization, which publishes secret information, news leaks, and classified media from anonymous sources. Julian Assange, an Australian Internet activist, is generally described as its founder, editor-in-chief and director.


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.




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

Listen to Joseph J. Airdo on “Breakthrough Entertainment” - 10 a.m. Saturdays on KPHX 1480 AM and 4 p.m. Thursdays on

3 Film Critics. One Great FILM! Section

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

11 79


! l a c o L hop


E SAV % *


SEND BOUQUETS FOR ANY OCCASION anniversary | birthday | just because

Hurry! Order now for unbelievable low prices, with flowers from $19.99 +s/h

Visit or call 888.807.6189

Join Over 12 Million People Who Have Found a Better Way to Send Flowers *20% off discount will appear upon checkout. Minimum purchase of $29.00. Does not apply to gift cards or certificates, same-day or international delivery, shipping and handling, taxes, or third-party hosted products (e.g. wine) and cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Discounts not valid on bulk or corporate purchases of 10 units or more. Offer expires: 11/15/13.

We’ll Bet our sandWich

can Beat up your sandWich! Happy Hour from 4-7 daily $2 well drinks and $3 pints Karaoke Every Saturday Night! 500 N 4th Ave. tucsoN AZ • (520) 622-1413

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

You Don’t Know Jack The letters in the yellow are the answer to this weeks scramble. BY VAN MEANS

one call could save you 28% on car insurance* Call 1-888-457-9963 to see how much you could save.

“City Slickers” Jack

Across 1. Sean Hayes “Will & Grace” character 11. 4 on a phone 12. It may follow a dot 13. “Deep Space Nine” shapeshifter 14. High time for Sheriff Kane 15. Vegas jack 16. Ariz. neighbor 17. Week links? 19. Page of music? 21. DJ’s stack 24. Child’s play 26. Hallow ending? 27. “Reservoir Dogs” actor 30. “Lost” actor Daniel ___ Kim 32. Tramp’s gal pal 33. Thumbs-up vote 34. Rider of the last ark 37. Sloth or envy 39. Danson, on “Cheers” 41. Hagen of Broadway 44. “Wheel of Fortune” purchase 46. Watch chain 47. Rogen and Green 49. “West ___ Story” 52. Good name for a cook? 53. Tuna container 54. “Crazy Like ___” 57. The “S” in RSVP 58. ___-Man (arcade game) 59. “Toy Story” dinosaur 60. Actor in the Best Picture winners of 1975, 1983, and 2006

*National average annual savings based on data from customers who reported savings by switching to Esurance between 12/1/11 and 4/30/12. © 2012 Esurance Insurance Services, Inc. All rights reserved. CA License #0G87829

Down 2. Long time follower? 3. Comedian Margaret 4. “Close Encounters of the Third ___” 5. Cheat on a test 6. Nose nipper Jack 7. 007, for one: Abbr. 8. “Livin’ La Vida ___” 9. “Win ___ With Tad Hamilton! 10. Nick name? 14. Golfer Jack 18. “That’s What Friends ___ For” 19. Swingers grp. for 14 down 20. Pop up Jack 22. Org. in “Breaking Bad” 23. Caesar’s first name 25. One who raised Cain 28. Athletes Cobb and Detmer 29. “John Carter” costar Collins 31. The big picture? (Abbr.) 35. Gut reaction? 36. 12 meses 38. ___ in Idaho 40. Recipe word 42. Jane Levy “Suburgatory” character 43. Web site? 45. Soul singer Hayes 48. “Incredible” one 50. Part of a foot? 51. James ___ Jones 53. Cost-of-living stat 55. Moroccan city known as the Athens of Africa 56. Tic-tac-toe loser



Answers revealed on page 15

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

77 13


Get Stoned.

14 74

Resort Luxury



Stone Massage

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Local Prices

All Natural

(520) 882-8828 The best hour of the day, is a phone call away.

526 N. 4th Avenue • Tucson, AZ

Tucson’s BEST Mexican & Vegetarian-Friendly Cuisine

622 N. 4th Ave



From Page 13

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013


Since 1983

p o h S al! Loc

15 75


By Jacqueline cutler

Don’t slave over a grill in the heat, have Mama’s do the Bar-B-Cueing for you Catering starting as low as $6 per person

Remember Mama’s delivers until 2am every day of the week. Two convenient locations Tucson: Rancho Sahuarita: 520-792-2350 520-207-8187 Visit us online at

Bethenny Frankel is so determined to become extremely famous, you want to dislike her. But once you listen to her, that’s not an option. “Years ago, I moved out to L.A. to be an actress,” she says. “I don’t know if I wasn’t talented or connected or confident.” She had a few minor roles, but, she says, “I liked the idea of it, but I didn’t like being someone else, the confines of the script.” Her syndicated weekday talk show, “Bethenny,” is the right fit. She chats easily with celebrities and the audience. Frankel says precisely what is on her mind, which she did while on “The Real Housewives of New York.” At the time, Frankel was not married and didn’t seem to fit in with the others, except for a need to be on TV. Yet she was the show’s breakout celebrity.

Over 20 Flavors! Infused Vodkas!

Daisy Mae’s

Lunch & Dinner

• Duck Sliders • Jalapeno Boats • Duck Club • Black & Bleu Salad • London Calling Fish & Chips • Jalapeno-Bacon Cheeseburger • Chocolate Covered Bacon • Deep-Fried PB&J



Delicious Food!

(520) 622-5500 • 135 E. Congress St., 85701


Open 7-Days, 4-10pm Serving the finest steaks Full Bar, including and baby back ribs for 75 Bottled Beers! over 23 years! For Reservations, call: (520) 792-8888 2735 W. Anklam Rd, Tucson

By GeorGe Dickie

Fox’s McCarver looks forward to life after the broadcast booth Weep not for Tim McCarver, for he does not weep for himself. No, the Hall of Fame announcer, who will Tim call his last World Series for Fox beginning McCarver Wednesday, Oct. 23, is more than prepared for life after the broadcast booth. In fact, he’s ready to embrace his new lifestyle after 55 years in and around baseball. “I’m handling it like it’s a celebration, and it’s certainly a celebration of that many years in the game and that many years doing postseason baseball. I’m enjoying every minute of it,” he says, laughing. “I’ve never done this before, and I didn’t know whether you should be melancholy at a time like this or not. But I’m not; I’m not at all.

If you sneeze while driving at 70mph, you will have traveled about 300 feet with your eyes closed. 16 72

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013







520.531.1913 | 2890 East Skyline Drive

tucson’s real BBQ -tucson’s only market style bbq -Mouth watering smoked meats -homemade sides -catering for 10-10,000! -open daily, 11-9

Bring in this ad for 10% off your meal - corner of river & stone

1 out of every 100 people are psychopaths and look just like everybody else.

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

17 73


Tapas-Mediterranean Flavors, American Flair!

$20 All You Can Eat Tapas - All DayEvery Day- Over 30 to choose from! Join us for Sunday Breakfast!

8 am to 4 pm Sunday

Brunch Items Eggs Benedict $9 Chilaquiles $10 Breakfast Burritos $8 Huevos Rancheros $10 Pancakes $8 Breakfast Torta $10 Blueberry Cheese Blintz $7

Sunday Breakfast Coupon

Buy the first brunch item and get the second (for same or lesser value) for $7. Sunday Tapas & Entree menu available 11 am to 9 pm

What is Tapas? Tasty Appetizer portions A fusion of mediterranean & worldly Flavors Prepared fresh to order Available for Catering and parties Specials 7 days a week

“We Serve The Food That Makes Philly Famous” Frankie’s South Philly Cheesesteaks and Hoagies 2574 N Campbell Avenue Tucson, AZ 85719 520-795-2665

Open 7 Days A Week Sunday - Friday 11 am to 9 pm Saturday 4 pm to 9 pm Happy Hour 4 to 6 pm daily Sunday Breakfast 8 am to 4 pm Available for groups, parties, catering

2970 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, AZ Located at the far Northeast corner of Campbell Plaza North of Glenn. Look for the red umbrellas on the patio. phone-520-647-2418 •

Popsicles were invented by an 11 year old boy named Frank Epperson in the year 1905. 70 18

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Free Pool sundays Free shuFFleBoard Full Bar - GreaT drinks GeT your Pic BiG chair!

T-shirT Wearer sPecials! GeT deals! see FaceBook For deTails or...JusT come on in!

Happy Hour from 4-7 daily $2 well drinks and $3 pints

in The

2802 e. GranT, Tucson 85716 • (520) 326-8554

Happy Hour! 4-7pm 7 Days! Extended Happy Hour Mondays/Tuesdays 4pm to 2am!!

500 N 4th Ave. tucsoN AZ • (520) 622-1413

Tapas Fusion- Happy Hour 4 to 6 daily Incredible wine selection from Spain, Chile & Argentina ( $1 off all wines during Happy Hour), Select bottles of Wine $15, Premium cocktails $2 off, well cocktails, Pisco Sours, Sangrias $1 off. All Beers $3.

Happy Hour Specials: $3 Infused Vodkas $3 All Beers $2 Wells $1 Off All Wine

Saturdays $3 Infused Vodkas ALL DAY! Special Brunch Menu! Saturdays & Sundays

$2 Mimosas & $3 Bloody Marys! (520) 622-5500 • 135 E. Congress St., 85701

Everyday a new featured special for $5 each, all day

Monday -Mojitos Tuesday- Tequila Drinks Wednesday - Wine Thursday- $3 beers Friday- Fiery Drinks- Drinks lit on fire Saturday- Shots of any alcohol Sunday- Fusion Bloody Marys


Weekend Beer Tours!

2970 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, AZ Located at the far Northeast corner of Campbell Plaza North of Glenn. Look for the red umbrellas on the patio. phone-520-647-2418 •






OpEn 7 dAyS! FUll BAr OpEnS 3pm-10pm



2735 W. Anklam Rd, Tucson

(520) 792-8888

The biggest dog on record was an Old English Mastiff that weighed 343 pounds. He was 8 feet, 3 inches from nose to tail.

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

71 19









WORD search

Follow New Belgium Southern AZ on Facebook to find out where to find the Limited Release of the New Belgium / Dragoon Collaboration. If you haven’t tried one yet, hurry, supplies are running out!




M A I H S B S K U W U L A M U L A I S R E H I K A M U N U L Y G N W L O Q I R O B C X O K M A S H Y K R H X M S I N E A W N U R M A O I D U E Q Z B I N L I P I C B D Y S S R H E N F H T R E N T N U P N K J L A T R O K A G C L C Y H C T P S D V N L W P C E H H T U R U N A C I V D D T D O A S R E R X Actors who played Dracula






souThwEsTErn sTylE.

(Words in parentheses not in puzzle)

Gerard (Butler) John (Carradine) Denholm (Elliott) Rutger (Hauer) Louis (Jourdan)

Klaus (Kinski) Frank (Langella) Christopher (Lee) Bela (Lugosi) Leslie (Nielsen)

Gary (Oldman) Jack (Palance) Duncan (Regehr) Richard (Roxburgh) Max (Schreck) © Zap2it

Tap room


4-9pm wEd – saT

119 E. ToolE

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Mae West


October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

BEER! SECTION “Take time for all things: great haste makes great waste.” – Benjamin Franklin

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

69 21


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.

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.

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 tea. When you need a place to

Noble Hops

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.

“The quieter you become, the more you can hear.” George St-Pierre


October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013


October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

23 67




(520) 690-0991, 3306 N. 1st Ave.:

(520) 577-0326, 6370 N. Campbell Ave., Suite 160

October 16th: The Titan Valley Warheads October 17th: Ed Delucia Trio October 18th: Neon Prophet October 19th: Wayback Machine October 21st: The Bryan Dean Trio

Borderlands Brewing Co. (520) 261-8773, 119. E. Toole Ave. October 16th: Tommy Tucker October 17th: The Determined Luddites October 18th: Sundowners October 19th: Chris Black October 23rd: Widow’s Hill October 24th: The HypnoGogs and SockFight

The Rock

LA COCINA (520) 365-3053, 201 N. Court Ave.:

(520) 622-4300, 536 N. 4th Ave. Tucson Arizona 85705

October 18th: Black Cherry Burlesque RAW October 19th: Zombie Prom

Monterey Court

Chicago Bar

Plush (520) 798-1298, 340 E. 6th St.

October 16th: Bad News Blues Band October 17th: Neon Prophet October 18th: AmoSphere October 19th: Neon Prophet October 20th: Reggae Sundays October 21st: The Ronstadts October 22nd: Jive Bombers

October 16th: Gringo Star w/ Berwanger October 17th: Big Bad w/ Tree Stars October 18th: Vannessa Lundon and Tell Me Something Good w/ Leila Lopez, P. Nosa October 19th: Super Happy Funtime Burlesque

Club Congress

Rialto Theatre

(520) 622-8848, 311 E. Congress

(520) 740-1000, 318 E. Congress

October 16th: River Man & Clay Dudash w/ AZ77 October 17th: Brothers Macabre & Dr. Arcane Present…The Room October 18th: Simply Beat Battle October 19th: Bring Back The Glow! Moises Orozco Benefit October 22nd: Holy Ghost! w/ Midnight Magic

October 17th: Julieta Venegas October 18th: Clannad October 20th: Michael Franti and Spearhead October 22nd: Steve Vai October 23rd: Tim Kasher of Cursive @ Congress

RJ’s Replays Sports Pub and Grub

Elliott’s On Congress

(520) 495-5136, 5769 E. Speedway Blvd.

Mondays 8pm-11pm Jazz Guild of Tucson Thursdays 8pm-10pm Tommy Tucker

Surly Wench Pub

Tucson Maverick (520) 298-0430, 6622 E Tanque Verde:

Tucson Jazz Society (520) 903-1265 / 2777 N. Campbell Ave. Suite #206

(520) 882-0009, 424 N. 4th Ave.

October 20th: Joe Bourne: The Music of Motown and Other Gems of That Era October 27th: The George Shearing Quartet, led by Charlie Shoemake ALL SHOWS START AT 7PM, DOORS OPEN AT 6PM

(520) 207-2429 505 W. Miracle Mile

(520) 622-5500, 135 E Congress St

Sky Bar

October 16th: Miss Lana Rebel w/ Kevin Michael Mayfield October 17th: Mitzi Cowell, 5,6,7 WAX! October 18th: NuNu Friday w/ DJ E_Rupt, The Greg Morton Band October 19th: Josie Kuhn, DJ Herm

(520) 748-8169, 5954 E. Speedway Blvd.

(520) 629-9211, 136 N. Park Ave. October 17th: Wicked Wisdom October 19th: Jonny Craig w/ Mod Sun

October 19th: Stephanie Eason Band October 20th: Jerrod Niemann

Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill

(520) 670-3697, 4500 N. Oracle Rd., Suite 370 October 18th: Stephanie Eason Band

JJazz Under U d th the Stars St Cl i Jazz Classic J Series S i at Westin W ti LaPaloma L P l St Phillips Plaza Oct 27 Sounds of Shearing Nov 2 Pete Christlieb October 20 John Allred UA Jazz Band

Joe Bourne The Sounds of Motown

Food & Beverege By:

8th Annual New Year’s Eve Gala The Jim Cullum Jazz Band

Tucson Jazz Orchestra

Nov 13 Fred Hersch Trio George Howard R&B

At the Newly Renovated Westin LaPaloma Supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, in cooperation with the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation

Tickets for these and other events are at

“Women don’t want to hear what you think. Women want to hear what they think – in a deeper voice.” - Bill Cosby

64 24

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

Take a Stroll with Niccole: TREK sponsored by Arizona State Parks BUTTERFLY TRAIL – MT. LEMMON •

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, located in Tubac, Arizona preserves the ruins of the Presidio San Ignacio de Tubac and various other buildings, thereby presenting a timeline of human settlement in this Southern Arizona town. October 19th is Juan Bautista de Anza Day. From 8:30am - 4 pm, this annual celebration commemorates Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza’s 1775 expedition from Tubac to the Pacific where he founded a settlement that would become San Francisco. Enjoy a colorful re-enactment on horseback of Anza’s expedition, living history demonstrations, period costumes, dancers, music, children’s activities and food! For more information call Tubac Presidio State Historic Park, 520-398-2252 or the Tubac Chamber of Commerce, 520-3982704. FREE admission.

Sonoita Creek: Established in 1994, Sonoita Creek State Natural Area’s mission is to preserve this fragile riparian area and its surrounding environment. Encompassing a major portion of the Sonoita Creek and Coal Mine Spring watersheds, this is the State of Arizona’s first significant Natural Area. The Natural Area protects not only the endangered Gila Topminnow and several special-status birds, but also historical and cultural relics. Low impact recreations such as hiking, and bird watching co-exist with education and scientific research of Sonoita Creek State Natural Area. Contact the park at 520-2872791.

Tombstone Courthouse: Get a glimpse of the true old West at Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park. Built in 1882 in the shape of a Roman cross, the two-story Victorian structure once housed the offices of the sheriff, recorder, treasurer, board of supervisors, jail, and courtrooms of Cochise County. Today, the 12,000 square foot courthouse is a museum filled with the glitter and guns of those who tamed the territory. The park includes a museum, exhibits, a gift shop, restrooms, and shaded picnic areas. Contact the park at 520457-3311.

The breath-taking treasures of Arizona’s Wilderness are in plenty abundance when exploring and embracing the miles of beautiful terrain Arizona State Parks has to offer. Up every hill, down every bend, around every corner you venture are timeless discoveries one is blessed to encounter, endless sights and settings at every turn that will overwhelm your senses and bring your outdoor spirit to life.

I hiked Butterfly trail last weekend, for the first time. Having lived in Tucson for ten years now, I do lament not hitting this one earlier and it is a popular hike. The weather is gorgeous right now and this trek will be an unforgettable adventure on Mt. Lemmon for many reasons. This trail will surprise and delight you with its natural research preserve, a hard to find airplane crash from 1957, and a plethora of wildlife at every bend. Whilst on the trail we saw squirrels, chip monks, woodpeckers,

mice, horned lizards, and butterflies (of course). It is really an all day trip, and an ambitious hike (no matter which direction you choose). There are many ways to plan it; if you want to go old school you’re looking at a 12 mile out and back trip, many people suggest taking two cars where you can leave one at palisades ranger station and one at soldier camp trail and pick your poison. My partner, Ruben Romero and I left our bikes at the Palisades ranger station and drove up to Soldier Camp. If you decide to go this route the hike will be much tougher with an extra 500 feet of elevation gain but the bike ride back up to Soldier Camp will be much easier and I like to choose my battles wisely. I always watch the cyclists on my way up and cheer them on with a level of respect that I couldn’t describe until I biked one mile of that stretch. Email comments or questions to:

Every inch of Arizona State Parks terrain comes with its own unique comfort and feel, each park filled with its own brand of attractions keeping visitors eager to return to these perfect moments and seasons, every year. Southern Arizona has truly become the ultimate playground destination to enjoy and embrace the beauty of the great outdoors. A wilderness Mecca whether seeking adventure with family and friends or moments of peace among nature at its finest. Whether camping, boating, picnicking, re-uniting with loved ones or simply gathering with family and friends, Arizona State Parks is the ideal destination to rediscover life and the many joyful gifts a trip to southern Arizona can bring. Experience unique adventures at Arizona State Parks! Call Arizona State Parks at (602) 5424174 or visit to learn more about upcoming events and detailed park information.

TREK! SECTION - Sponsored by Arizona State Parks


Please note: AZ State Parks Are Open During Federal Government Shutdown (Camping & Day Use). Most Federal Parks and Facilities are closed during this time.

“The best way to cheer yourself up is to cheer somebody else up.” - Mark Twain

October 16th, 2013 - October 22nd, 2013

25 65

Azweekly issue42 tuc web  
Azweekly issue42 tuc web