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repertoire of original works and popular contemporary works by artists such as Metallica, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and more! Admission is FREE. Located at El Pedregal at the Boulders (SE corner of Scottsdale Rd. and Carefree Hwy).

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Sherry Petta Trio 2nd Tuesday Every Month 7:30 – 9:30pm Delphine Cortez Trio 4th Tuesday Every Month 7:30 – 9:30pm Tag Sherry Petta 8787 N. Scottsdale Rd (480) 951-6445

SCOTTSDALE Bobby’s, 7122 E. Greenway Pkwy (Kierland), 480-556-0770, 6:00p TuesWed-Thurs, Rich Howard. Cartwright’s Sonoran Ranch House, 6710 E. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek, 480-488-8031, 6:30-9:30p, Fridays and Saturdays. Various Artists. Please see for details. Chances Are, 7570 E. Sixth Ave, 480994-4338, Joe Hopkins Quartet 5-9p Sun., food, dancing. Eddie V’s, 20715 N. Pima Road, (DC Ranch), 480-538-8468, Live Music Nightly, 6-10p Mon-Tues. Hyatt Gainey Ranch, 7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, 480-991-3388, 7:30-11:30p Wed-Thurs, lobby stage, Sirocco. Kazimierz World Wine Bar, 7137 E. Stetson Drive, 480-946-3004, $5 cover after 8p. Margo Reed Band, 9-midnight Mon. Dennis Rowland & the Jazz Experience, 9-midnight Thurs. www.

Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen, 11051 N. Black Canyon Hwy, Phoenix, 602-331-3434. Lynn Roberts’ Dixie Aces Jazz Band, 5-9 pm Fri-Sat., Remington’s, 7200 N. Scottsdale Road, 480-951-5101: Various Artists 6-11p Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat. www.

TEMPE Gold Bar Espresso, 3141 S. McClintock Drive, 480-839-3082, Jazz Alliance, 7:30-11p Fri & Sun., www.   John Henry’s, 909 E. Elliot, 480-7309009, Aebi-Coulson Jazz Trio, 7-10p Sun.,  

LJ’s Pizza, 1038 E. Main St., Mesa, 480-834-9164. Cats & Jammers New Orleans Jazz Band, 5-7:30p Wed.

Lost Leaf, 914 N. 5th St. 602-2580014, 9:30 pm-midnight alt. Mondays: Jiggle and Running From Bears


Paisley Violin Cafe, 1030 N.W. Grand Ave, 602-254-7843, 7:30-9:30p Thurs, Hi Lo Trio.

Rosario Ristorante, 9250 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale, 623-931-1810, 7-10p Fridays 

Pesto’s Gourmet Pizza and Wine Bar, 1960 W. Ray Road, Chandler, 480-8212949. John Knowlton Trio 7-11 pm Sat.


Pita Jungle, 1949 W. Ray Road, Chandler, 480-855-3232, jazz jam w/ The Pita Jungle Trio. 7-10p Thurs.

Xtreme Bean Coffee Shop, Southern & McClintock, 480-820-0333, Jack Wells & Friends (ragtime, standards), 7-10p, Mon.

Un Bacio Ristorante, 7704 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, 480-6096969, Mark DeCozio, 7 p.m. Fri. www.

Village Tavern, 8787 North Scottsdale Rd, (480) 951-6445, Sherry Petta Trio 7:30-9:30p, (2nd Tuesday), Delphine Cortez Trio (4th Tuesday) www.

Doc’s Place Lounge, 40 E. Camelback, Phoenix, 602-277-5999. Dave Cook’s “Melody Lounge Revisited” 8-11 p.m. Doc & Nayo + guests, 7:30-11:30 pm Fri-Sat.

La Stalla Cucina Rustica, 68 W. Buffalo St., Chandler 480-855-9990, 6-9p Sundays,

Lone Butte Casino, 1077 S. Kyrene Road, Chandler, 1-800-946-4452. Live Jazz Friday and Saturday. Sunday Champagne Jazz Brunch, 4 seatings with various great Jazz artists and groups.

Sacred Grounds Coffee House, Scottsdale Congregational United of Church of Christ, 4425 N. Granite Reef Road, 480-946-2900, Thursdays, 7:30-9:30p. $5 donation, coffee, desserts available. Various artists. www.

Voce’ Ristorante’ & Lounge, 9719 N. Hayden Road, 480-609-0429, Khani Cole & friends 9:00p-1a Fri-Sat. Various musicians. For more:

Carly’s Bistro, 128 E. Roosevelt, 602262-2759, Mill Avenue Jazz, 8-midnight Sundays & Mondays. www.carlysbistro. com

SKYE Restaurant & The Platinum Room, 16844 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center Drive, Peoria, 623-334-0010. for shows.

PHOENIX Bobby C’s, 1140 E. Washington St., Phoenix, 602-252-2273, Papa John DeFrancesco, Ralph Carrasco, Joe Costello, 3-6 pm Sun. Adam Clark Trio, 8-11 pm Tues.


Asia Restaurant, 1236 E. Baseline, Ste. 102, Mesa, 480-892-0688, various artists, 7:30-10:30p Fri-Sat. Cantina Laredo, 2150 East Williams Field Road, Gilbert, 480-782-6777, Sonan plays 8-11 pm Thursdays. D*Vine Wine Bar & Bistro, 2837-101 N. Power Road, Mesa 480-654-4171, Mark DeCozio, 6-9p Tues. www. 

Warren’s Jazz Bistro, 1451 E. Williams Field Road, Gilbert, 480-899-5299, nightly Jazz until 10:30 (Tues-Thurs) and until 1am (Fri/Sat). www.

For more information on all the great Jazz events, local happenings, clubs and musicians, go to - Listings Compiled by Patricia Myers. for updates

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the Pulitzer Prize, IN THE NEXT ROOM (OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY) is a comedy about marriage, intimacy, and electricity. Set in the 1880s at the dawn of the age of electricity and based on the bizarre historical fact that doctors used vibrators to treat ‘hysterical’ women (and some men), the play centers on a doctor and his wife and how his new therapy affects their entire household. A tender and elegant new comedy lit by unexpected sparks from the approaching era of electricity, equality, science and sexuality. Call the Box Office at 602.252.8497 or visit www.atphx. org for more information. “Breathtakingly inventive...has the potential to be a modern masterpiece.” - Los Angeles Times


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Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will present La Gran Fiesta, a fourday celebration of Hispanic and Latin culture from Nov. 4–7, 2010. La Gran Fiesta opens with a performance by the precision flamenco dancers of Havana’s Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba on Thursday, Nov. 4, followed by an outdoor concert and dancing with the New York salsa band Spanish Harlem Orchestra on Friday, Nov. 5, and an intimate evening of classic songs with Broadway legend Chita Rivera on Saturday, Nov. 6.

An action-packed weekend of Latin music, dance, food and fun, La Gran Fiesta takes audiences on a journey from the rich artistry of neighboring Mexico to the cultural vibrancy of the Caribbean and South America. This free community festival features performances by Arizona’s top Latin bands; fun activities for children and families; educational exhibits and displays by local artists, including the Crafty Chica and Mantastic Crafter; a mercado with handmade jewelry, glass, paintings, mosaics and more; and Latin-inspired foods and beverages.

La Gran Fiesta also features a free twoday outdoor festival on the grounds of the Scottsdale Civic Center on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 6–7, from noon – 6 p.m., with live Latin music and dancing, delicious foods and beverages, an artsand-crafts mercado, fun activities for children and families, and much more. Among the festival’s many highlights are guest appearances by the Crafty Chica and Mantastic Crafter and free concerts by Powerdrive, The Samba Project, Quetzal Guerrero and The Warriors, and Arizona Opera performing selections from Carmen. Tickets to Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba ($34, $44), Spanish Harlem Orchestra ($25) and Chita Rivera ($39, $49) are on sale through Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts’ Patrons Services Box Office at 480-994-ARTS (2787), ext. 2, or online at Admission to La Gran Fiesta’s outdoor festival is free. La Gran Fiesta is presented in partnership with the City of Scottsdale and Scottsdale Human Relations Commission and is sponsored by American Express and Wells Fargo with additional support from The Arizona Republic, Community Celebrating Diversity, General Dynamics, Latino Perspectives, La Voz, Mundo Latino Entertainment Productions and TV y Mas. Cruz Tequila is the official tequila of La Gran Fiesta. LA GRAN FIESTA – FREE OUTDOOR FAMILY FESTIVAL La Gran Fiesta: A Celebration of Hispanic and Latin Culture



Chita Rivera: My Broadway Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010, 8 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Virginia G. Piper Theater Tickets: $39, $49

Entertainment Schedule Saturday, Nov. 6 Noon – 1:30 p.m. – Mariachi Corazón Latino and Vista del Camino Ballet Folklorico 1:30 p.m. – 1:40 p.m. – “God Bless America” with Alicia-Monique Blanco and Scottsdale International Club 1:45 p.m. – 2 p.m. – Arizona Opera performing “Carmen” 2 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. – Latin Dance Performers and Instructors 2:20 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. – The Samba Project 3:45 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. – Cultural Connections through the Arts presents Coronado Dance Ensemble with Dias Dance Life 4:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Traditional Bomba y Plena by I’nuru 4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Joe Granado y Orquesta Kaliente Sunday, Nov. 7 Noon – 1:30 p.m. – Powerdrive Band 1:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. – Latin Dance Performers and Instructors 1:50 p.m. – 3 p.m. – Flamenco de Leon 3 p.m. – 3:10 p.m. – “God Bless America” with Alicia-Monique Blanco and Scottsdale International Club 3:10 p.m. – 3:50 p.m. – Colombia Viva! 3:55 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. – Capoeira Brasil Arizona 4:10 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. – Chile Canta y Baila 4:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. – Zumba with Lisa-Charisse and Friends 4:50 p.m. – 6 p.m. – Quetzal Guerrero and The Warriors

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

Award-winning Spanish Harlem Orchestra. Directed by world-renowned pianist, arranger and producer Oscar Hernández, the 13-member all-star ensemble has reintroduced the classic sounds of salsa to music lovers worldwide. Concert-goers are invited to bring a blanket or low-rise folding chair and enjoy a night of music under the desert sky. A dance floor will be provided in front of the stage. Cuisine and alcoholic beverages are available for purchase from Arcadia Farms.

Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010, 7:30 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, Virginia G. Piper Theater Tickets: $34, $44 The resident company at Havana’s Grand Theatre, Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba fuses elements of flamenco, ballet and contemporary dance with Spanish and Afro-Cuban rhythms. Celebrated for its uncanny precision, this passionate entourage of 17 female dancers, accompanied by a live band, performs in stunning costumes that swirl and flow as they move gracefully and powerfully in perfect unison.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra Friday, Nov. 5, 2010, 7:30 p.m. Outdoors at Scottsdale Civic Center Amphitheater All tickets: $25 Dance the night away with New York City’s hottest salsa band, the Grammy

Singer, actor and dancer Chita Rivera rose to fame with her electrifying performance as ‘Anita’ in the premiere of West Side Story. This Broadway legend has earned two Tony Awards for ‘Best

Leading Actress in a Musical’, was the first Hispanic woman to receive the coveted Kennedy Center Honor in 2002, and, in 2009, President Obama awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom. In 2005, Rivera starred in the Broadway and touring productions of The Dancer’s Life, a dazzling musical celebrating her spectacular career. Rivera will perform a special ‘All American Songbook’ accompanied by a threepiece band.

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 E. Second St. Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Box Office: (480) 994-ARTS (2787), ext. 2

Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project Nov. 13, 2010, Saturday @ 8 p.m. Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will present Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. at Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix.

Celebrated as “The Ambassador of the Great American Songbook,” multi-platinum-selling, five-time Grammy-nominated entertainer Michael Feinstein is one of the premier interpreters of American standards. His 150-plus shows a year have included performances at Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl as well as the White House and Buckingham Palace. Backed by a swing orchestra, Feinstein will share timeless romantic songs from his 2009 album, The Sinatra Project, a tribute to the one-of-akind style of Frank Sinatra, including classics such as Fools Rush In, I’ve Got

a Crush on You and You Go to My Head. Feinstein not only pays homage to Sinatra, but to many of his contemporaries, including Ella Fitzgerald, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Rosemary Clooney and other great singers of the post-war, pre-rock years. Feinstein began to play piano by ear at age 5 and performed throughout his teens in Columbus, Ohio. After moving to Los Angeles at age 20, he was introduced to Ira Gershwin and became his assistant for six years, granting him access to numerous unpublished Gershwin songs, which he has since performed and recorded.

Gershwin’s influence provided a solid base upon which Feinstein has evolved into a captivating performer, composer and arranger of his own original music, in addition to becoming an unparalleled interpreter of American popular song. He recently was the subject of the primetime reality/documentary series Michael Feinstein’s American Songbook on PBS. Tickets are available for $55 and $75 through the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Patron Services Box Office at (480) 994-ARTS (2787), ext. 2, or online at

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Dia de los Muertos Celebration Desert Botanical Garden October 30 & 31 Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 5 pm Experience Dia de los Muertos, a colorful Mexican and Native tradition that honors and celebrates departed loved ones in a festival setting. Enjoy entertainment that will bring the history of this holiday to life via song, dance and storytelling. Experience the Desert Botanical Garden’s interactive altar, a display honoring Dia de los Muertos, the Garden’s past and present, and the act of gardening. Devour delicious Mexican food and pastries, available for purchase, and shop for beautiful Mexican art in the Garden’s Mercado.

Hocus Pocus Pops The Phoenix Symphony October 29 – 31 Friday 8 pm Saturday 2:30 pm Sunday 2 pm Conductor Michael Krajewski leads The Phoenix Symphony in a chilling performance of ghoulish favorites inspired by Halloween themes. From Psycho, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and The Addams Family Fantasy to the Danse Macabre by SaintSaëns and Gounod’s Funeral March of a Marionette, this will be a show guaranteed to spook you right out of your seat!

Monsters Ball Alwun House Gallery & Garden Stage October 30 Saturday 7 pm Not-to-be-missed Halloween party – See it all: costumed revelry and prizes, art, music, dance and performances. Thrill at the attack of the arachnids spinning webs capturing unsuspecting prey, spine chilling libations, and dark scintillating cabaret performances by Provocatease burlesque review.

Movie Mashterpiece Theatre: Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark MADFAP Theaters October 28 Thursday 7 pm Dirty Rotten Scoundrels Scottsdale Desert Stages theatre Friday 7:30 pm Saturday 2 pm & 7:30 pm Sunday 2 pm Thru November 7 The Sound of Music Copperstar Repertory Company Higley Center for the Performing Arts Thursday – Friday 7:30 pm Saturday 2 pm & 7:30 pm Thru October 30 Nature Sings Phoenix Chorale Trinity Episcopal Cathedral October 30 Saturday 7:30 pm Cowboy Artists of America Phoenix Art Museum Thursday – Saturday 10 am – 5 pm Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm Wednesday 10 am – 9 pm Thru November 21

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Kenny Loggins Celebrity Theatre November 3 Wednesday 8 pm Rhinoceros Scottsdale Community College Performing Arts Center October 28 – November 6 Thursday – Saturday 7:30 pm SOLARIS presents Lakota Sioux Dance Theatre: “Cokata Upo! Come to the Center” Musical Instrument Museum November 2 & 3 Tuesday & Wednesday 7 pm Little Women Actors Youth Theatre East Valley High School October 28 & 29 Thursday 7 pm Friday 12 pm & 7 pm Shakespeare in Shorts Desert Rose Theatre POOL Together Thursday & Friday 7:30 pm Saturday 2 pm & 7:30 pm Thru November 6


Visit the Chase Ticket Marketplace on for discount tickets and special offers. This week’s “hot seat” is…A Vampire Tale VII Presented by: Scorpius Dance Theatre October 29 Friday 8 pm Tickets Regular Price: $38 Discount price: $23 This ever-evolving, original dance production has captivated audiences for the past six years! You must experience for yourself the dark and sexy drama, quirky, comedic episodes, and visually stunning dance and aerial feats with original music score by Kristopher Hill. **This ticket includes the show and admission to a special after show Halloween party** October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

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Cave Creek Wicked 2010 Cave Creek Road - Cave Creek, Arizona October 30 Saturday 12 pm – 1 am This Halloween, the Town of Cave Creek gets “wicked” during the second annual Halloween blast with something for everyone. The town will offer trick or treating at its businesses (come in costume!) along with live music and loads of events and food along bustling Cave Creek Road. During the daytime events, families and couples will enjoy: Haunted maze, Children and pet costume parades, Horse costume contest, Pumpkin carving, Spookyville, Spooky Salsa Station, Pumpkin flavored treats, Thriller street dances, Weird science and crazy animals at kid central, and Food and beverage.



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Randy Montgomery, AZ Weekly Film Critic

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Silver Screen Scoop! By Joseph J. Airdo With “Jackass 3D” closing in on the $100 million mark after less than two weeks in theaters, Paramount Pictures is considering quickly assembling a fourth installment of the franchise. According to star Johnny Knoxville, he and his friends shot “two movies’ worth of footage” and could easily use “Jackass 3D’s” leftovers to quickly develop another sequel. Be among the first to get the latest scoop from Joseph J. Airdo at

13 Films To Help You Celebrate Halloween By Randy Montgomery The following are sure to give you a fright and are currently playing in Valley theatres.

With the award season looming ahead, the longest Oscar® awards ceremony was in 2000, running for 4 hours and 16 minutes, beating a previous record by 16 minutes!

DVD Watch! For the first time ever, ‘Back to


the Future’ 25th Anniversary Trilogy is available on Blu-ray & DVD with more than two hours of new bonus features! And the 4 star rated movie ‘Kisses’, the story of two runaways living on the fringes of Dublin who discover beauty & danger in the big city. For more on these and other DVD & Blu-ray releases, visit www.ScreenScene. org

-Case 39 (select theatres) A child protective services worker adopts a demon child. -Devil (Valley-wide) The devil takes human form and hides in a crowded elevator. -Let Me In (select theatres) A bloodthirsty young girl moves into an apartment complex. -My Soul to Take (Valley-wide) Seven students share a birthday with an infamous day. -Paranormal Activity 2 (Valley-wide) Evil lurks in a suburban Carlsbad home. -Saw 7 (valley-wide) The evil traps come to end. -Twilight: Eclipse (Discount Theatres) Who gets Bella, Edward or Jacob? -Vampires Suck (Discount Theatres) A parody played out better than the target. A word of advice, don’t watch the following films at home alone. Halloween – The John Carpenter classic starring Jamie Lee Curtis. Lady in White – An eerie 80’s flick that’s hard to forget. Orphan – A new classic with amazing

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performances. The Strangers – Another new classic that will send chills down your spine. Trick ‘r Treat – The latest cult classic that is a must-see.

‘Saw 3D’ ~ Actor Tobin Bell keeps us coming back for more!

Reviewers’ Roundup: ‘Inside Job’

There was definitely the sound of joy and pride as actor Tobin Bell read me the wording for the proclamation he received about the ‘Saw’ movies being entered into the Guinness list of world records as the most financially successful horror/thriller genre movie franchise!

Documentary filmmaker’s Charles Ferguson’s “Inside Job” seeks to expose the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008. The global financial meltdown, at a cost of more than $20 trillion, resulted in millions of people losing their savings, jobs and homes. Ferguson interviews major financial insiders, politicians and journalists to trace the rise of a rogue industry and unveil the corrosive relationships that have corrupted politics, regulation and academia. “Inside Job” (PG-13 - 108 minutes), narrated by Matt Damon, is playing exclusively at Harkins Camelview 5. The following quotes were pulled from reviews written by AZ Weekly’s Film! contributors to present readers with a wider perspective about this new release. Read Stan Robinson’s and Joseph J. Airdo’s full reviews exclusively online. Stan Robinson ( “A stark naked, naming ‘Names’ global look at the mind-set of the participants, companies, and, governmental agencies world-wide that perpetuated the global meltdown that’ll take years to recover from. The line Gordon Gekko (Michael Douglas) gives to the young insider in ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’, captures the overall tone for this documentary, ‘The mother of all evil, is speculation.’ Grade: B Joseph J. Airdo ( “Although it is fun to see many of ‘Inside Job’s’ high-powered subjects lose their footing and look like complete fools - or worse - there is an unfortunate deficiency of interviews with real people who have been affected by the economic crisis. Like it or not, this intelligent subject matter goes over most moviegoers’ heads and demonstrated emotional humanity could have balanced that out.” Grade: C

Interview by Stan Robinson

‘Saw 3D’ is the seventh movie in the franchise since the first in 2004. As we all know, the formula for extraordinary circumstances doesn’t work without the ‘super-nemesis’ and Tobin Bell’s ‘Jigsaw’ sends chills just by his very presence on screen. ~ Tobin shared with me a few insights on acting, the Jigsaw character, and the Saw franchise. From my experience on set there’s basically two types of actors, those who are in ‘character’ all day and those who are ‘in & out’ with the call of ‘Action’ and ‘Cut’ Tobin: “You know Stan, I’m more the kind of guy that once I get into the character, I don’t want to break that! As you know, the day can be very long and it helps me to keep my focus on the character while I’m solidifying the essence of those finer aspects!” ~ The overall character of Jigsaw started on the printed page, what are the finer nuances Tobin Bell brings? Tobin: “Saw has been a unique experience in that I’ve had the opportunity to work with some really great artists, and everyone has contributed in so many different ways, in all of the different departments of a film crew. I’ve worked with multiple directors throughout the Saw series with a lot of conversations as they bring their particular installment to the screen. If I’ve been able to do anything throughout the course of these films, it’s been to help shape dialogue and to try to make things as delicate and as intelligent as I can. I’m always working towards that because I think that makes a great counterbalance to a lot of the mayhem that occurs in a Saw film!”

There’s been the ‘buzz’ that this is the final chapter for Saw, visit www. for more of this fascinating and enlightening conversation with actor Tobin Bell!

Robert Rodriguez talks ‘Predators’ on Blu-ray By Joseph J. Airdo Press members from across the globe last week found themselves engulfed in a universe where “Floop’s Flooglies” is the highest-rated television program, Black Box Unlimited Worldwide Industries rests atop the stock market and modified M4A1 carbine assault rifles are used as prosthetic legs. Robert Rodriguez’s Troublemaker Studios, based in Austin, Texas, used to be the home of George W. Bush’s airport until its airplane hangers were refashioned as sound stages. Now, it is the production site of films like “Spy Kids,” “Sin City,” “The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl” and “Shorts.” Props, costumes and set pieces are

scattered about the studio, acting as souvenirs of their growing list of motion pictures. The crew makes it a point to never throw anything away. Therefore, touring Troublemaker Studios resembles visiting a vast amusement park in which a “Machete’s” chop shop sign hangs over one room and the oversized helicopter from “Planet Terror” is parked outside. Rodriguez and his crew Oct. 18 took a brief break from shooting “Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World” in order to hold a media event for the Blu-ray launch of “Predators.” The movie, which hit shelves Tuesday, stars Adrien Brody as a mercenary who, along with a group of coldblooded killers, wakes up in a dense jungle on a mysterious planet and is forced to flee from a new breed of intergalactic hunters. In addition to Brody, “Predators” also stars Alice Braga, Topher Grace, Laurence Fishburne and Walton Goggins. There was also a role in the screenplay reserved for a “Danny Trejo type.” Rodriguez recalls receiving a phone call from Trejo, the star of “Machete,” inquiring about the part. “He said, ‘Hey,’” Rodriguez says with his best Trejo imitation, “‘I hear in the ‘Predators’ script there’s this ‘Danny Trejo type.’ I look just like Danny Trejo. You should hire me.’” And he eventually did. However, Rodriguez’s favorite memory from the production is seeing Predators walk around Troublemaker Studios, some of who had cigarettes hanging out of their mouths, while the sun was setting in the distance. The filmmaker already has some ideas for a sequel, using some of the larger elements that he purposely avoided including in the current film. “I probably want to include some of these ideas, a more expanded universe,” Rodriguez says. “If we stayed on that planet, it might be for a little while. There’s a lot to explore, which is nice about them not making it their home planet. You can go so many places. You can do a lot of things. There’s several ideas and directions we can go, depending on how much

they’re willing to put into it.” “Predators” (R – 107 minutes) is now available on Blu-ray at retail stores and rental outlets throughout the Valley. The 2-disc package with Digital Copy includes a selection of special features that includes motion comic prequels, three behind-thescenes featurettes and nine deleted and extended scenes. Read more about Joseph J. Airdo’s tour of Troublemaker Studios exclusively online at

Screenwriter Michael Arndt talks ‘Toy Story 3’ on DVD By Joseph J. Airdo

Michael Arndt, screenwriter of this summer’s “Toy Story 3” - which is now available on DVD at retail stores and rental outlets across the Valley felt a great deal of pressure in trying to write to the “Pixar standard” and live up to the legacy of the franchise’s first two installments. “It was basically more pressure than I’ve ever felt - or that I imagine I’ll ever feel - in my entire writing life,” Arndt says. “There were never any moments of panic or despair but I really, really, really didn’t want to let anyone down, so the pressure was pretty antagonizing for the entire four years of making the movie.” In “Toy Story 3,” Woody, Buzz and the rest of their plaything pals are back but their owner Andy is all grown up and preparing to depart for college. Therefore, the toys find themselves being donated to a daycare center where they are used and abused by age-inappropriate youngsters and a strawberry-scented teddy bear. Arndt, who joined Pixar Animation Studios in 2005 - two years prior to winning an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for his first film “Little Miss Sunshine” - says that the screenwriting process for “Toy Story 3” took about three years. Once the script was finished, it took one more year of production before the final product was completed.

“I never felt shut out of the creative process of making the film - which is something that can often happen to writers on a live-action movie,” says Arndt, noting that the screenplay went through dozens of rough drafts. “But it was a deeply collaborative effort, with [director] Lee Unkrich guiding the process every step of the way, [heads of story] John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton keeping us on course and a whole team of story artists offering up jokes and ideas.”


~ Do you find the directors relying on you for those finer points since you’ve been the ‘anchor’ for seven films now? Tobin: “If you’ve played the guy a lot and it’s worked, then naturally directors, costumers, or depending on the department they’re coming from will say; What do you think about this or that, or what’s your orientation to what he would do or be wearing, what is his condition or state of mind. I think the more you play a guy, the more they want to know what you’re going to do that’s going to keep him in harmony with what’s been set up for him. One never wants to do anything that’s going to break that ‘sculpture of the character’ that’s been done so far, or make anything that’s been done so far become illogical in any way, so you always want to try to connect when you’re doing a series of films that has a continuous character. You always want to try to grow the character, and connect the dots, connect the moments from the previous films!”

Arndt adds that one of the biggest challenges the “Toy Story 3” team faced was determining how Woody would change over the course of the story. The franchise’s first installment saw the character learning to share the spotlight while the second forced him to accept his own mortality. It was finally figured out that the third installment should tackle Woody’s belief that love is dependent on physical presence. “It is only at the very end, when he witnesses Andy and his mom saying goodbye, that Woody realizes you can love someone and still let them go, and that sometimes letting someone go can be the most loving thing a person can do,” says Arndt, noting that it is a universal experience. “We all go through our lives getting to know people - childhood friends, high school sweethearts, college professors, work colleagues - that we can feel intensely connected to for part of our lives, but whom we have to let go as we move through life. “Recognizing this and learning to accept it is a fairly mature sentiment for Woody, and one that - to me, at least - nicely completes the arc of his character across all three movies.” Read more of Joseph J. Airdo’s interview with Michael Arndt exclusively online at Wonder what movies we movie reviewers look forward to in October 2010? There’s Joseph’s ‘Fall Preview’, and Stan’s ‘Most Anticipated Movies’! For Joseph J. Airdo’s list visit ~ For Stan Robinson’s list visit

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‘Downsized’ follows a family from

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In some ways, We TV’s new reality series, “Downsized,” premiering on Saturday, Nov. 6, is a cautionary tale for the modern middle class. Once upon a time, the blended Bruce-Rumsey family of Phoenix, Ariz., was living the good life. Dad Todd Bruce was a general contractor with a growing and thriving business; wife Laura and their seven children (two of his, five of hers) were shopping, eating out, cheerleading and playing sports. Then the bottom fell out of Bruce’s business. More quickly than the family probably envisioned possible, the comfortable lifestyle gave way to foreclosure, bankruptcy and the necessity of going on such public assistance programs as food stamps. The Bruce-Rumsey family

Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) heads an elite crime-fighting task force in the Aloha State in “Hawaii Five-0” Mondays on CBS.

Special Agent Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon) investigates crimes related to the Navy and Marine Corps in “NCIS” Tuesdays on CBS.

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P Profanity



N Nudity

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There’s still plenty of life left in Buzz Lightyear and cowboy Woody, as Tim Allen and Tom Hanks reprise their voice roles in this delightful and quite affecting sequel to the two earlier Disney-Pixar box-office smashes. With their owner, Andy, heading off to college, most of his toys – except for Woody, who goes with him – get a new destination, a day care center where they aren’t treated too well. That gives them even more fuel for their planned getaway. Michael Keaton gives voice to Ken, longtime boyfriend of Barbie. DVD extras: “making-of” documentaries; “Day & Night” short subject. ›››› (G) (Also on Blu-ray)


It will take getting to the next DVD release to see how the flight of murder-accused doctor Richard Kimble (David Janssen) ultimately was resolved – in what stands as one of the most-watched episodes in television history – but this collection offers the start of the path that led to the hit ABC show’s outcome in the mid-1960s. One of the stories gives Kimble a big lead in locating the one-armed man (Bill Raisch) who is the suspect’s best chance of clearing his name. Barry Morse plays ever-in-pursuit police lieutenant Gerard. ››› (Not rated: AS, V) Featured last year and again more recently on the PBS series “POV,” this deeply moving documentary profiles several Maine senior citizens who greet American soldiers returning from duty. One of the greeters – Joan Gaudet – is the mother of the film’s writer-director, Aron Gaudet. Without making any overt judgments about America’s military involvement, those who provide the warm welcomes often evoke strong emotions from those they embrace when the troops step back onto U.S. soil. ›››› (Not rated: P) “CENTURION”

“THE PACIFIC” Properly rewarded this year on the award circuit, this Emmy-honored HBO miniseries – boasting Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, repeating their “Band of Brothers” teamwork, among its producers – focuses on three U.S. Marines (played by James Badge Dale, Joe Mazzello and Jon Seda) and their experiences during World War II. The arc of the saga traces their growth from novice soldiers first entering combat to their return home as veterans who have participated in many of the horrors of war. DVD extras: four “making-of” documentaries. ›››› (Not rated: AS, P, V) (Also on Blu-ray)


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It’s back to “Gladiator” territory as this adventure from writer-director Neil Marshall (“The Descent”) focuses on Roman warriors who must fend for themselves when their leader is captured by enemy troops. They ultimately decide on what could turn out to be a suicide mission, as they mount a rescue strategy meant to end in a desperate race to get back to their home turf. Stars include Michael Fassbender, Dominic West and Olga Kurylenko (“Quantum of Solace”). DVD extras: two “making-of” documentaries; deleted scenes; outtakes; interviews with cast and crew; behind-the-scenes footage; photo gallery. ››› (R: AS, P, GV) (Also on Blu-ray)

Billy Gardell first took the stage on a dare. He cracked up co-workers at a warehouse, and they bet him that he didn’t have the nerve to do his shtick at an open mic. Gardell had to go on – he didn’t have enough money to cover the bet. He was a senior in high school – and not old enough to drink – on Dec. 28, 1987, when he first told jokes on an Orlando, Fla., club’s stage. He’s worked steadily since, and today he’s Mike on CBS’ Monday comedy “Mike & Molly.” “I am very, very humbled,” Gardell says, taking a break from playing Harry Potter Legos with his son, a second-grader. “Where I am with this show is pretty overwhelming. At the bottom of the day, it’s a love story. These two people happen to not be perfect. They have a weight problem. Everyone has a problem, whether gambling, eating, hoarding. Love comes in all shapes and sizes, and I think we have a cool thing, like a ‘Honeymooners’ type of thing. It has a lot of heart.” Though he’s been a regular on several series and acted in movies, Gardell is still drawn to the night life of stand-up comedians. After his first turn at the open mic 23 years ago, he had to confess to the owners that he was underage. “Once they knew I could be counted on, they gave me a job seating people and cleaning the bathrooms and driving the comedians to the airport,” he says. Over the years he came to know George Carlin, Sam Kinison and Dennis Miller. What did he riff on that first night? “I was 17, so I’m sure it was nonsense,” Gardell says. “My father used to say no one should speak until they are 30.”


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LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT Wednesday at 8 p.m. on , KPNX Detectives Benson and Stabler (Mariska Hargitay, Christopher Meloni) investigate when a 10-year-old girl goes missing, but her foster parents (Joan Cusack, Peter Strauss) may be hiding something in “Locum.” Henry Ian Cusick (“Lost”) also guest stars. THE OFFICE Thursday at 8 p.m. on , KPNX

Jim Parsons stars as Sheldon Cooper, a brilliant physicist with limited social skills, in “The Big Bang Theory” Thursdays on CBS.


Birth date: Aug. 20, 1969 Hometown: Pittsburgh TV credits: “My Name Is Earl,” “Yes, Dear,” “Heist,” “Quintuplets,” “The Practice” Other jobs: Working in a warehouse, painting houses Best advice: Once on the road, he met Chris DiPetta, his manager for 18 years. “He told me I was great, but my act was s---,” Gardell says. “He told me, ‘Come back and see me in a year, when you know what you are saying.’ And he pushed me to that next level.” Someone who made a difference: His high-school drama teacher, Kit Haskett, who still teaches at Winter Park High School in Florida

Michael (Steve Carell) freaks out when Darryl (Craig Robinson) goes over his head and takes an idea to corporate. The annual Halloween costume contest puts the office in a festive but highly competitive mood. Pam (Jenna Fischer) struggles to get the truth about their dating history out of Danny (guest star Timothy Olyphant) in the new episode “Costume Contest.” MEDIUM Friday at 7 p.m. on % KPHO You think deja vu is harrowing? When Allison (Patricia Arquette) has recurring and persistent flashes to a specific time in the future, her dread mounts as she feels powerless to stop a catastrophic event from happening in the new episode “Where Were You When... ?” Jake Weber and Miguel Sandoval also star; Clancy Brown guest stars. MONSTERS VS. ALIENS: MUTANT PUMPKINS FROM OUTER SPACE Saturday at 7:30 p.m. on , KPNX In this holiday spinoff of the hit movie, when mutant pumpkins try to take over Earth on Halloween, the Monsters must combat the gourds and try to end their wicked scheme. Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Seth Rogen, Will Arnett and Rainn Wilson reprise their voice roles from the film.


Collecting movie memorabilia is not for everybody. Unless you’ve got a million dollars to spare for an authentic “Frankenstein” movie poster or even a relatively paltry $60,000 for a Rosebud sled from “Citizen Kane,” you are probably better off sitting back and watching others pay big money for pop-culture relics. The new series “Hollywood Treasure,” which airs Wednesdays on Syfy, allows viewers to do just that while still experiencing the thrill that comes from chasing down such elusive items – vicariously, anyway. “It’s about hunting for the artifacts, where they come from, the stories behind them, the authentication process,” says Joe Maddalena, the show’s star, who owns the Profiles in History auction house. “It’s pretty extensive.” But be prepared: The memorabilia business is not without its perils, which range from wild-goose chases to forgeries and even fires. Take, for instance, Rosebud, the iconic sled that was actually several simple store-bought sleds purchased for “Citizen Kane,” which have become extremely valuable based on their use in one of the greatest films ever made.



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Joe Maddalena Bradley Whitford stars as hard-living police detective Dan Stark in “The Good Guys” Fridays on Fox.

Can’t decide whether to watch “Jersey Shore” or “Bridezillas”? This new series delivers some of each, following engaged couples from New Jersey and New York as they plan their weddings. Even if the nuptials themselves are quiet and understated, the couples never are. They include New Jerseyites Johnny “The Meatball King” and his fiancee, Megin, and Long Islander Tammie and her intended, Danny, a divorced dad from Haiti.

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control of, Trappist Monks. Pretty simple. Except that many breweries are associated with or licensed by a monastery that may or may not have formerly produced beer. These beers are not considered Trappist beers, but rather Abbey beers. The Trappist Order of monks started in the town of La Trappe in France by a reformed member of a noble family who had been known for his worldly ways. Granted permission by the king to retire to Abbaye de la Trappe he initiated massive changes creating an order that believed in strict observance which required austerity Lately I have been hearing some confusion regarding Trappist Breweries so today we will seek to clear that up. There are only seven Trappist Breweries in the world, six of which are in Belgium and the other in The Netherlands. Anything else is, at best, an Abbey Ale, or, more likely a contract brewed craft beer purporting to be authentic. That should resolve any confusion on the matter, so I guess I will see you next week in this same spot. What’s that? You want more information? I don’t know how much you paid for this issue of AZ Weekly, but I can assure you that you will get your


money’s worth in this column (don’t worry, I know it’s a free paper…that’s the joke and why should I have to explain it?). Anyway, there are worse things I could be doing on a beautiful October day in Arizona than writing about beer. Of course there are better things as well, like sitting outside drinking beer. Anyway, if you want to learn more about Trappist Beers, read on. If you don’t want to know more, then don’t. I get paid the same whether you read this or not, which sadly is a percentage of the selling price (I refuse to explain that joke). Moving on, a Trappist Beer is one brewed by, or under the immediate

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of diet, penitential exercises and, with the exception of daily chanting, absolute silence. Granted land by the local nobility, the monks grew barley and wheat as a part of their ascetic lifestyle. To sustain them during periods of fasting, they also brewed beer – liquid bread inspired by faith, patience and a desire to reach spiritual perfection. These were the first Trappists. Driven out of France in the 1700s during the French Revolution, the Trappists fled mostly to Belgium and The Netherlands where the re-established their abbeys and

began brewing beer again. Beer was produced only in sufficient quantities to provide sustenance to the monks with a portion being sold to the public to support the monastery financially. The beer became well known for its small, artisanal production qualities and was called the champagne of Belgium. In many ways these Trappist beers were the forerunners of the American craft beer. The breweries were small, independent and brewed in traditional methods…although in reality they created the traditional methods…with nothing being added unless it enhanced the product. In the 1990s commercial beer companies began to notice the popularity of the Trappist ales and attempted to associate themselves with the quality of these beers. The Trappist brewing community, in order to protect their reputations, established the International Trappist Association in 1997. They created a logo and strict criteria for acceptance in to the association and the right to use the name and symbol. Of the original eight Trappist Breweries from 1997 seven still survive. Only Mariawald in Germany no longer produces beer. Beers brewed in the Trappist tradition, but not meeting the criteria for inclusion in the association have come to be known as Abbey beers. Even beers brewed within monastery walls may not be called Trappist if they are not produced under the direct control of the monks with an economic purpose of charitable assistance, not profit. Of the seven Trappist breweries operating, two are fairly well known, three are moderately well known and two are somewhat smaller and more mysterious. Not surprisingly this has to do with availability of the product as well as the desire of the monks to become more popular. The most famous of these beers is Chimay. The monks of Abbaye


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What’s Hoppening The Lost Abbey, known for their great beers and creative labels, has found themselves under attack by Pagan and Wiccan communities. Turns out that recently a very famous member of the Wiccan Community “found” Lost Abbey’s Witch’s Wit in a store. She was immediately appalled by the use of 16th Century images featuring a Witch being burned at the stake. The deluge of e-mailers didn’t seem to bother spending time researching branding nor the positioning of Lost Abbey beers. “The Lost Abbey has been about original artwork, original beers and original back label stories tying them together. I know this because it’s been my job to develop the beer, commission the original

artwork and write the back story for the label”, states Tomme Arthur at The Lost Abbey. He is very proud of their labels. They are cohesive and constantly work at pushing the boundaries of beer as art. But now, The New York Times has published a story detailing the situation between Lost Abbey and the Pagan and Wiccan communities. To educate yourself on this issue, read The New York Times article as well as the notes published about the Witch’s Wit label on their website, www. According to the brewery, at this time, they are taking the issue of changing the name “under advisement”. So.... the next time you’re sharing a pint with your favorite Wiccan... may I suggest a Self Righteous!

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BEER! PHOENIX Compound Grill 7000 E. Mayo Blvd. Phoenix, 85054 Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Flying Dog Classic Pale Ale, Big Sky Moose Drool Cody’s Smokehouse 6032 E. Cave Creek Rd. Cave Creek, 85331 Ask for: Grand Canyon Amber, Papago Orange Blossom, Pyramid Haywire Hefeweizen Corbin’s 8729 N. Central Ave. Phoenix 85020 Ask for: Dale’s Pale Ale, Fat Tire, Blue Moon Delux 3146 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix 85016 Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, Tripel Karmeliet, Moose Drool Lost Leaf Gallery 914 N. 5th St. Phoenix 85004 Ask for: Fox Barel Pear Cider, Flying Dog Classic Pale, Bell’s Amber Mad Chef Gastro Pub 3921 E. Chandler Blvd. Ahwatukee, 85044 Ask for: Avery White Rascal, Oskar Blues Old Chub, SKA True Blonde

Craft Beer Directory Magnums 731 E. Union Hills Dr. Phoenix 85024 Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Left Hand Milk Stout, St. Bernardus ABT 12 Main Ingredient Ale House 2337 N. 7th St. Phoenix 85006 Ask for: Avery White Rascal, Oskar Blues Gordon, SKA True Blonde Moto 6845 N. 16th St. Phoenix 85016 Ask for: Breckenridge 471 IPA, Great Divide Denver Pale Ale, New Belgium Ranger IPA Rock Bottom Brewery 14205 S. 50th St. Phoenix 85044 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale Rock Bottom Brewery 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix 85050 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale Roosevelt Tavern 816 N. 3rd Street Phoenix, 85004 Ask for: North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Flying Dog in Heat Wheat

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San Tan Brewery 8 San Marcos Plaza Chandler This local microbrewery and restaurant, located in historic downtown Chandler, is currently serving up some of the best beer and food in town! The building was formerly a Valley National Bank and has maintained some of it’s original charm. San Tan’s menu goes beyond the traditional pizza and burgers. They serve a large selection of salads and Mexican fare with an outstanding choice of appetizers. San Tan brews a full range of their own beers, from the Sun Spot Gold to the Gordo Stout, you will not be disappointed. They even designed their own hand-blown beer glasses. Just make sure to take home a growler or two with you. Although very popular with the locals, San Tan is well worth a trip across town!


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Notre-Dame de Scourmont in Chimay Belgium have chosen a more aggressive approach to funding their order and their red, white and blue labels are perhaps the most well known of the Trappist beers. Produced as a dubbel, tripel and quad respectively, these beers are a fine example of Trappist brewing. The Blue or Grand Reserve is particularly suitable for aging and will evolve and improve in flavor for up to 20 years. The other well known Trappist beer is Orval. This is the most unique of the Trappists for a couple of reasons. First, the produce only one beer; and second is that this one beer undergoes a secondary fermentation that uses 10 different strains of yeast including Brettanomyces, a wild yeast that provides a slightly sour undertone to the beer. It is also dry-hopped which serves to distinguish it further from its Trappist bretheren. The next most known Trappist beers are those from Westmalle. Producing only a dubbel and a tripel, Westmalle is considered the most influential of all the Trappist breweries. These Trappist beers speak of complexity, blending malts from Belgium, Germany and France, in conjunction with brewing water that is high in mineral spirits for a uniquely-defined style of beer. Their yeast is thought to be one of the finest and is in demand from brewers across the world that want to produce Trappist influenced beers. Rochefort is known as the most beautiful of the Trappist breweries, the beers produced at Rochefort are all dark, and known by the concentration of their corresponding worts of 6, 8 or 10. They are blended of malts and dark candy sugar, touched with

German Hallertauer and Styrian Goldings Hops and undergo a warm and fast fermentation. Next is La Trappe, the only non-Belgian of the Trappist breweries. Located in The Netherlands, they are also the brewery most like secular breweries in that they produce the most different beers. The five regular production beers are a Blonde, Dubbel, Tripel, Quadrupel and Wit. They also produce occasional seasonal releases and their Bockbier is the only lager produced by a Trappist brewery. Achel is the newcomer of the Trappist breweries, the only one that was not producing beer prior to World War I. They make a Blonde and a Brune, each in two different strengths. They have rapidly become known for their dedication to the art of brewing and their beers are of outstanding quality.

(no more than two cases) is loaded in to the trunk. Purchasers are also required to acknowledge that the beer is for personal consumption and is not for re-sale. The only other spot to purchase the beer in accordance with the monk’s wishes is at In Da Vrede, a small café across from the monastery which is perhaps the best place in the world to sit and consume this spectacular beer. Beer does show up in the market from time to time, but all of it is re-sale against the monks’ wishes which accounts for the high price. We could write thousands of words about the Trappist beers and may do so at a later date. In the meantime, remember if its not one of the seven

I have left for last Sint Sixtusabdij van Westvleteren. This monastery is without question the most mysterious and least understood of all the Trappist beer producing monasteries. The Westvleteren 12 is one of the holy grails of beer drinking. It is difficult to come by and, when available, will sell for as much as $30 for an 11.2 oz bottle. The scarcity of this product is partially responsible for it regularly appearing on lists as the number one beer in the world. Why is it so scarce? The brothers at the abbey produce no more than they absolutely need to maintain the abbey and reject all commercial attempts to sell their beer. In order to purchase this beer, one must telephone the abbey several weeks in advance to secure an appointment to buy whichever of the three production beers will be available on that particular day. On the scheduled day, the purchaser arrives to the monastery, which is extremely difficult to get to and requires a very good map, pulls up to the gate, exchanges money with the brother in charge and the beer

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beers listed here, it is not a Trappist beer. The other thing to remember is that these seven breweries produce some of the finest beer in the world, all of which is worth seeking out and trying. In fact, what a good idea, I may have a La Trappe Quad tucked away in my cellar, perhaps I should go dig it out.





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The Pittsburgh Steelers knew they would have to play the first four games this season without their best player, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. What they didn’t know was the player who would end up filling the QB’s shoes wasn’t his replacement but a third-year running back out of Illinois. Rashard Mendenhall took the leadership reins during Roethlisberger’s league-imposed suspension and ran with it. He carried the Steelers’ offense, rushing for 411 yards and four touchdowns as Pittsburgh finished the season’s first quarter 3-1. The 23-year-old averaged 4.6 yards per carry and had two 100-yard rushing games – 143 against Tampa Bay in Week 3 and a 120-yard effort in the season opener against Atlanta, highlighted by his game-winning 50yard scamper in overtime. And Mendenhall accomplished all this even though opposing defenses knew exactly what Pittsburgh’s game plan was going to be in Roethlisberger’s absence – give the ball to Mendenhall. To illustrate: The Steelers’ passing attack during their 3-1 start was ranked last in the NFL with an average of 136 yards per game.

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37645 N Cave Creek Rd Cave Creek AZ 480-488-0489

EASTERN DIVISION Famous Sam’s 720 W. Ray Rd Gilbert, 85233 (480) 899-9804 Sand Bar Mexican Grill 10050 N. Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, 85253 (480) 998-8845 Famous Sam’s 2730 E. Baseline Rd Mesa, 85204 (480) 699-2491 The Library Bar & Grill 501 S Mill Ave Tempe, 85281 (480) 929-9002 Devil’s Hideaway 1807 E Baseline Rd. Tempe 85248 (480) 491-0442 Fox Sports Grill 16203 N Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, 85254 (480) 368-0369

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R.T. O’Sullivan’s Sports Bar & Grill 1010 W Southern Ave Mesa, 85210 (480) 844-1290 Arcadia Tavern 4801 E Indian School Rd Phoenix, 85018 (602) 840-3950 Temple Bar Sports Grill 17050 N. Thompson Peak Pkwy Scottsdale, 85255 (480) 429-4520 The Office Sports Bar 330 S. Gilbert Rd. Mesa, 85204 (480) 649-1650 Tilted Kilt 7077 E. Bell Rd Scottsdale, 85254 (480) 922-8424 Upper Deck Sports Grill 4224 N. Craftsman Ct. Scottsdale, 85251 (480) 941-9333 Max Sports Grille 7134 E. Thomas Rd. Scottsdale, 85251 (480) 994-448

CENTRAL DIVISION Majerle’s Sports Grill 24 N 2nd St. Phoenix, 85004 (602) 253-0118 Hooters 455 N 3rd St. Phoenix, 85004 (602) 257-0168 George & Dragon 4240 N Central Ave Phoenix, 85012 (602) 241-0018 16th St Sports Bar 6522 N. 16th Street Phoenix, 85016 (602) 285-5555 Gallagher’s Food & Fun 7575 N 16th St., Ste 1 Phoenix, 85020 (602) 997-0084 Alice Cooperstown 141 E Jackson St Phoenix, 85004 (602) 253-7337


Jackson’s on 3rd 245 E Jackson St. Phoenix, 85004 (602) 254-5303

Padre Murphy’s 4338 W Bell Rd Glendale, 85308 602-547-9406

Coach & Willies 412 S 3rd St. Phoenix, 85004 (602) 254-527

Clubhouse Grill 14175 W. Indian School Rd Goodyear, AZ 85393 623-535 – GULP (4857)

Half Moon Sports Grill 288 E Greenway Pkwy Phoenix, 85022 (602) 993-6600

Coach’s Sports Lounge 6036 N 67 Ave. Glendale, 85301 (623) 931-0101

Zipp’s Sports Grill 3647 E Indian School Rd Phoenix, 85018 (602) 957-2112

Max’s Restaurant & Sports Bar 6727 N. 47th Ave Glendale, 85301 (623) 937-1671

Half Moon Sports Grill 2121 E Highland Ave Phoenix, 85016 (602) 977-2700

McDuffy’s Peoria 15844 N. 83rd Ave Peoria, 85382 (623) 334-5000

Hazelwood’s 3626 E Indian School Rd Phoenix, 85018 (602) 957-2462

The Moon Saloon 16554 N 83rd Ave Peoria 85382 (623) 773-2424

SideBar 1514 N 7th Ave Phoenix, 85007 (602) 254-1646

Wednesday MLB Baseball

4:30 p.m. on * KSAZ The 2010 World Series gets under way tonight with Game 1 from the home ballpark of the National League champion. Fox will have exclusive coverage of the best-of-seven series — the 106th overall — with Joe Buck doing play-by-play and Tim McCarver providing analysis. Game 7, if it’s necessary, is scheduled for Nov. 4.


Sunday NASCAR Racing

10 a.m. on A ESPN Race No. 7 in the Chase for the Sprint Cup takes NASCAR’s top series to Alabama’s Talladega Superspeedway for the Amp Energy 500. Last year, Jamie McMurray emerged from the smoke of a 13-car wreck on the second-to-last lap on the 2.66-mile oval to claim his first Cup victory in more than two years. He’ll return to defend his title against the likes of Chase contenders Tony Stewart, Kevin Harvick, Jimmie Johnson — at this writing the Cup points leader — and Denny Hamlin.

College Football

12:30 p.m. on % KPHO One of college football’s great rivalries gets renewed today in Jacksonville, Fla., where Florida hosts Georgia. The No. 14 Gators hope to get their offense in rhythm with new starting quarterback John Brantley, while the unranked Bulldogs have a new QB of their own in redshirt freshman Aaron Murray. Both teams boast a tough defense, so turnovers could be the difference. Florida has won 17 of the last 20 meetings with its SEC foe, including 2009’s 41-17 beating.


Happy Hour menu during games!

Monday NFL Football

5:30 p.m. on A ESPN Two teams fighting for supremacy in the AFC South clash tonight at Lucas Oil Stadium, where the Indianapolis Colts host the Houston Texans. It’s been a season of uncharacteristic struggle for the Colts, whose underwhelming running game and defense have kept Peyton Manning and company from running away with the division.

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010



WHEN DARKNESS FALLS ON THE VALLEY OF THE SUN A Guide to Arizona’s Finest Haunted Attractions If being scared is something you enjoy, then you’re in for a treat here in AZ as the frightening fun is in full swing. Prepare to be excited, thrilled and chilled to the bone at any of the following uniquely frightening Haunted Valley attractions. Arizona’s Original Scream Park © AZ Scream Park Loop 101 at McDowell Road in Scottsdale 480-444-2590 Throughout the month of October you can visit four haunted attractions (three on Sundays and Thursdays). Not recommended for children under 12. Check online for a coupon. Cash only when paying at the park. Admission starts at $18 (one haunted attraction). There’s also a charge to park. In 2010: October 21-31 AZ Field of Screams © AZ Field of Screams Tolmachoff Farms, 5726 N. 75th Ave., Glendale. 1/4 mile south of Bethany Home Road on the west side of 75th Ave. 623-386-1301 AZ Field of Screams is a haunted corn field maze, a corn field planted over an old cemetery. The dead are now seeking revenge on anyone trespassing their grounds. Do you dare enter where your most horrifying dreams become reality?! Don’t let what happened to the others happen to you! Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Not recommended for children under 10 years old (or at parents discretion - no refunds). $15. October 1 - 31, Friday and Saturday nights and Halloween night. Chambers of Fear Haunted Attraction © Chamber of Fear “Chambers of Fear makes the things that scare you most a reality. The Attraction will be sure to cover all of your worst nightmares. This is where your first scream may be your last!” Tickets start at $15. Free parking. Children 6 years old or older, up to parental discretion. 11340 W. Bell Road, Surprise AZ 85374 623-255-6896 October 27-31 Fear Farm 2149 N. 99th Avenue (1/4 mile north of McDowell near the Loop 101 and I-10 Interchange 623-936-4598


October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

Fear Farm is 25 acres with 4 horrifying experiences. At Chainsaw Mayhem, whatever he kills, he eats. The Asylum had long been abandoned, but sounds of terror still shriek from the halls. As you walk through The Apocalypse you will visit the locations of bizarre murders. Will you be one of the Arizonans poisoned by a fatal toxin in Condemned? $20 per person for 4 haunted houses, $25 per person includes 4 haunted houses and the haunted Corn Maze. New in 2010: An in-your-face extreme haunt called Decimation ($8 extra).

Jack and Jill’s Haunted Hill © Jack and Jill’s Haunted Hill

The Forbidden Cave II - The Resurrection Cave Creek, behind the Silver Spur Saloon. In the abandoned brewery. $10 donation per entry benefits Luv Shack Ranch. October 29 & 30, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Morbid Manor © Morbid Manor 7426 W. Foothill Drive, Glendale 623-205-6455 The Annual Morbid Manor Charity Haunted House has 8,000 sq. ft. of individual scenes, all for charity. Free admission but donations are accepted. 100% of donations go to The American Heart Association, The Desert Southwest Alzheimers Association, The Arizona State Veterans Home, and The Ryan McBride Memorial Music Fund. October 29, 30, 31 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The Gauntlet © Golfland Golfland, Mesa Tormented and tortured souls are dying in the street. People are turning against their family and friends as they turn the streets into a witch-hunt for the infected, trying to stop the death from spreading! Admission to The Gauntlet is $12. Unlimited Fear and Fun Package (unlimited visits to The Gauntlet, miniature golf, race cars and bumper boats is $30. On Thursdays and Sundays in October, donate canned food items and receive $1 off for every can, up to two cans ($2 off), on the Unlimited Fear and Fun Package. October 28, 29, 30, 31 The Haunting Haunted House 2814 W. Bell Road, Phoenix $18 per adult, $15 each child 12 and under. $28 for unlimited experience on the same night. October 28, 29, 30, 31

9847 N. 14 Street, Phoenix Jack and Jill went up the Hill but were never seen again...and you may not come down either!$5 per person, cash only. Although the Haunted Hill is extremely vivid and terrifying it is kid-friendly; brave 7-year-olds and older are welcome at Jack and Jill’s Haunted Hill! October 28, 29, 31 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

The Nest Haunted House © The Nest Guests begin their nightmare on Rawhide’s Main Street with a “Monster Midway” where they will be greeted by freakish characters that freely roam the grounds. Then victims will journey to the 55,000 square foot Pavilion with three haunted attractions: TURMOIL 3D is a 3D haunted house BLEAK requires that you attempt to twist and squeeze your way about a labyrinth of pure darkness THE NEST where you will visit Jacob’s realm after crossing the bridge from reality to parts never before seen. Not recommended for children under 12. Rawhide, Chandler October 28-31



Ghost Hunters

After learning that Emma (Jayma Mays) loves “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” Will (Matthew Morrison) has the glee club perform the stage version for the school’s annual musical. This would be the same Will who, just a few weeks ago, found Britney Spears too controversial for the club. Say what you will about this show’s writers; they certainly don’t feel overly constrained by logic. Jane Lynch also stars in the new episode “The Rocky Horror Glee Show.”

After checking out the reportedly haunted Ulster County Jail in Kingston, N.Y., the Ghost Hunters are off to Atlanta to investigate the Antebellum Plantation in Stone Mountain Park, a living museum made up of 18th and 19th century buildings from all over Georgia. Here’s the hitch: Workers claim spirits of those who once dwelled in these buildings came along for the ride in the new episode “The Oldest House in Georgia.’’

10/27/10 SYFY

10/26/10 FOX

The Real Story of Halloween 10/26/10 HISTORY

From its roots as a pagan holiday honoring departed souls to modern traditions of breaking rules, pushing boundaries and wearing disguises, Allhallows Eve remains a time for people to confront and reflect on their own mortality in myriad ways. Although many Halloween parties may be festive affairs, most people still enjoy getting a good scare on this witchy holiday.

Scared Shrekless 10/28/10 NBC

10/28/10 CARTOON

Roopee! Everyone’s favorite snackslovin’, spooks-shunnin’ Great Dane returns for a new adventure, in which the CGI-rendered Scooby-Doo (voice of Frank Welker) and his live-action buddies Daphne, Fred, Vilma and Raggy (Kate Melton, Robbie Amell, Hayley Kiyoko, Nick Palatas) – oops, make that “Shaggy’’ – run into weird creatures while working at Daphne’s uncle’s country club. Ruh-roh!

If you saw “Shrek the Halls,” you know the green ogre took his time getting in the Christmas spirit. That’s not the case with Halloween, though; he loves that holiday. In this new special, he challenges his fairy-tale friends to a scary storytelling contest, but there’s a catch: They all have to spend the night in Lord Farquaad’s haunted castle. Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Antonio Banderas reprise their voice roles from the “Shrek” movies.

Amityville: The Final Testament


October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

10/29/10 TRAVEL

When you think of a classic American Halloween, most people’s minds probably don’t go immediately to the heart of the Arizona desert, but paranormal investigators Zak Bagans, Nick Groff and their equipment technician, Aaron Goodwin, uncover plenty of eerie experiences at the Vulture Mine, where the evil spirits of greedy 1800s prospectors still are said to haunt the collapsed mine.

11/07/10 FOX

10/31/10 A&E

More than 35 years after he was sent to prison for the horrifying crime of killing his entire family, a terminal illness impels Ronald DeFeo Jr. to tell the whole story of what became known to millions as “the Amityville murders” to renowned psychic Jackie Barrett. Utilizing her unique ability and unprecedented access to DeFeo, Barrett presents what may become the definitive account of this bone-chilling case.

Ghost Adventures

The Walking Dead 10/31/10 AMC

What’s this? Zombies on the cable home of prestige shows “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad”? It isn’t really about the brain munchers, though, as police officer Rick Grimes (Brit actor Andrew Lincoln) tries to lead a terrified band of survivors to a new, safe home in an America devastated by a “zombie apocalypse” in director Frank Darabont’s splendid six-part adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s comic-book series.

In the new “Treehouse of Terror XXI,” Marge (voice of Julie Kavner), worried about their violent video games, encourages Bart and Milhouse (voices of Nancy Cartwright, Pamela Hayden) to play board games. Lisa (voice of Yeardley Smith) becomes smitten with a new student, a vampire (guest voice Daniel Radcliffe). While on a second honeymoon, Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneta) and Marge rescue a castaway (guest voice Hugh Laurie) who may be a killer.


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October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010



The Night Owl

If you lived at Dorsey You’d be more popular.


Pauly D’s GTL Bash Oct 29th

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Jersey Shore has taken over America to the extent that even Halloween stores now carry Jersey Shore costumes which include some drawn on abs. Upon seeing this I did not know whether to laugh or ask “WHY?!” Then again I suppose there are times when we all want to escape reality and just “Gym,Tan and Laundry” (I guess?). This year that need has moved over to old town Scottsdale and has become a block party before the traditional block party of Ghostball. Pauly D will be your resident DJ, so expect some excellent fist pumping tracks. And of course there are the contests: Best Snook-Alike, Situation Ab contest and best Group Cast contest- all for cash prizes of course. The party will go on in-between Axis Radius and Suede, so if you are attending, please do yourself a favor and get a spray tan, otherwise Pauly D may be offended. For tickets, visit or

Downtown Phx Zombie Walk Oct 29th

For all of you obsessed with the world of the undead, your time has come and you can now walk among them - well sort of. Dressed in your zombie best, get to Heritage Square at 6pm and parade around downtown phoenix lead by the official AZ ghostbusters, ironic? You will circle back and hit the All Hallows Eve Festival! This FREE event will have everything from pumkin carving to palm readers, silent horror films, live music, carnival delights and games. You can even take a candle-lit tour of the Rosson House. Built in 1895, it is believed to be haunted by the former caretaker who was shot just outside the house in the early 1980s. Hear footsteps anyone? If ghost hunting is not your style, head over to the Rose&Crown Pub for a costume party and a tasty beer garden 7:30-12am. Live bands will play till 9pm and admission is FREE!

Haunted Hotel Ball at the Valley Ho Oct 30th The best part about at Hotel Ball at a Hotel is the ability to drink like there is no tomorrow and then just head upstairsthey must have had this in mind when they dropped the Fri & Sat rates to $199. the Dj’s will start the party at 9pm as you sip on speciality drinks and watch the madness unravel in front of you. A costume contest gives you the chance to win $1,000 CASH and other prizes. This tells me that there will be much to look at as you party through the 2 ballrooms and courtyard. Call 480.248.2000. Cash bar.

Caffe Boa Seance Dinner Oct 30th

If you don’t feel like being surrounded by a mix of drunk pirates, fairies and super heros this year, then you may want to go to something a bit more intimate...and spooky. Cafe Boa, the Euro influenced Bistro and Wine bar invites you to first enjoy a Fall inspired 3-course dinner created by Chef Payton Curry to give you the strength for what’s in store next. Paranormal expert Debe Branning of MVD GhostChasers is going to lead you on an exploration of the historic Casa Loma building Cafe Boa resides in. As you learn the murderous history, be prepared to summon any spirits with an Electric Voice Phenomenon recording. Creeped out yet? I am. $39 gets you dinner and a ghost hunt, $15 is ghost hunt only. 480.968.9112

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October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010



Dom Perignon presents a tribute to

ANDY WARHOL Starting in October


1 bottle of Dom Perignon | 1 bottle of Belvedere 1 Wild Horse Pass Hotel Room

R e s e r v ati o ns 4 8 0. 559.18 47 Must be 21 or older

DJ line up for Ocober 2010

DJ Skribble October 15th DJ Sky Nellor October 8th

October 22nd DJ Vice October 29th


I-10 & Wild Horse Pass Blvd.


October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010


THE BEST TEQUILA BARS! Sponsored by Cruz Tequila


Forty nine percent of today’s tequila drinkers are women. True. And that percentage is growing every year.


There is a worm at the bottom of every tequila bottle. False. Actually, it would be against Mexican law to put worms in tequila bottles.


Tequila comes from Mexico. Half-right. There cannot be tequila where there are no agaves. Therefore, tequila can only come from the State of Jalisco – not just anywhere.


Tequila is regulated by the Mexican Government? True. The Mexican Government considers the spirit Tequila to be its national property.

Ajo Al’s 7458 W. Bell Rd. Glendale 85308 (623) 334-9899 Ajo Al’s 5101 N. 16th St. Phoenix 85016 (602) 222-9902   Ajo Al’s 9393 N. 90th St. Scottsdale 85258 (480) 860-2611    Ajo Al’s 6990 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale 85254 (480) 998-1734 Aunt Chiladas 7330 N. Dreamy Draw Dr. Phoenix 85020 (602) 944-1286 Barrio Cantina 4731 E. Cactus Rd. Phoenix 85032 (602) 992-2949 Blanco 6166 N. Scottsdale Rd.  Paradise Valley 85253 (480) 289-5701





40 Fine Tequilas! Made with fresh-squeezed Lemon-lime juice

7361 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd Scottsdale, 85260 (480) 951-3807

Café Carumba 7303 E. Indian School Rd. Scottsdale 85251 (480) 947-8777

Dos Diablos 32527 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale 85266 (480) 575-6695

Macayo’s Depot Cantina Salty Senorita 300 S. Ash Ave. 8011 W. Paradise Lane Tempe 85281 (480) 966-6677 Peoria 85381 (623) 979-4822

Cantina Laredo 7361 E. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Scottsdale 85260 (480) 951-3807

El Zocalo Mexican Grill 28 S. San Marcos Pl. Chandler 85225 (480) 722-0303

Mucho Gusto 603 W. University Dr. Tempe 85281 (480) 921-1850

San Felipes Cantina 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix 85050 (480) 515-2337

Carefree Station 7212 E Ho Rd. Carefree 85377 (480) 488-8182

Jalepeno Inferno 23587 N. Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale 85255 (480) 585-6442

Old Town Tortilla Factory 6910 E. Main St. Scottsdale 85251 (480) 945-4567

San Felipes Cantina 2000 E. Rio Solado Pkwy. Tempe 85281 (480) 736-8226

Carlos O’Brien’s 7111 E. Bell Rd. Phoenix 85254 (480) 367-0469 Carlos O’Brien’s 1133 E. Northern Ave Phoenix 85020 (602) 274-5881   Chronic Tacos 15 E. 6th St. Tempe 85281 (480) 557-8226

Juan Jaime’s 2510 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler 85224 (480) 821-5826

Padres 1044 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix 85308 (602) 277-1749

Santos Lounge 7084 E. Indian School Rd. Scottsdale 85251 480-425-8000

Juan Jaime’s 20343 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale 85255 (480) 515-5826

Papi Chulos 5101 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale 85250 (480) 543-1043

Sierra Bonita Grill 6933 N. 7th St. Phoenix 85014 (602) 264-0700

La Hacienda 7575 E. Princess Dr. Scottsdale 85255 (480) 585-4848

Salty Senorita 3636 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale 85251 (480) 946-7258

The Mission 3815 N. Brown Ave. Scottsdale 85251 (480) 636-5005

Cien Agaves 7228 E. 1st Ave Scottsdale 85251 (480) 970-9002

Los Sombreros 2534 N. Scottsdale Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85257 (480) 994-1799

Salty Senorita 14950 N. Northsight Blvd. Scottsdale 85260 (480) 922-6274

X-tapa Joe’s 7500 E. Pinnacle Peak Rd Scottsdale 85255 (480) 513-9000  

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010


In England, the Speaker of the House is not allowed to speak. The giant squid has the largest eyes in the world.

A cat has 32 muscles in each ear.

Tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur.


Maine is the only state whose name is just one syllable.

A dragonfly has a life span of 24 hours.

Winston Churchill was born in a ladies’ room during a dance. Al Capone’s business card said he was a used furniture dealer. Almonds are a member of the peach family. “Stewardesses” is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand.

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010



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HAPPY HOUR!! Mon-Fri 4:30 to 6:30pm 1/2 Off All Cocktails & Liquor $4.50 Smoking Loons wine $2.00 Domestic Beers $3.00 Import Beers






1/2 OFF SUSHI ALL DAY! (with coupon)




Relaxed Pricing from Open till 6:30 PM Every Day!

Arcadia Tavern, , All beers $3 including 18oz. All well - $4, all call-$5, $2 off specialty drinks and wine by the glass, all appetizers-$2 off. 602-840-3950

Carefree Station - 50% OFF ALL Beer, Wine and Liquor. All Day. Every Day. All Summer Long. Hundreds to choose from. 480.488.8182

The Big Bang - 5-8pm  Fri/Sat - All Drinks $2$3- (480) 557-5595 

Carlos O’Brien’s - Scottsdale & Phoenix: Drink and food specials in the bar 3-7 and 9-close daily. $2.00 Pints, $3.00 Margaritas.

Bison Witches - Happy Hour 4-7pm Mon-Fri $3 premium pints and select calls and $1 off apps. (480)894-9104 Black Forrest Mill 3-7pm Daily Happy Hour Food Specials,  $3.50 Drafts, $2.50 Well Drinks, $3.50 House Wines, $2 Domestics. 602.840.4000 Blue Martini - Every Day 4-7pm 1/2 off all Drinks and Appetizers “In the Biz” 7 Days a week after 11pm. (480) 638-BLUE  Boulders On Broadway  - Monday thru Friday 3-7PM/10-CLOSE, and ALL DAY Saturday.  $2.50 select appetizers.  $3.50 craft pints, $2.50 domestic pints.  (480) 9219431   Café Zu Zu Inside Hotel Valley Ho, 4- 7pm Mon-Fri. $3 Appetizers, wines by the glass, signature cocktails, domestic bottled beer and drafts. 480-248-2039


Cantina Laredo - Mon-Fri, 4-7pm Casa Ritas $3, Domestic Beers $2.50, Imported Beers $3.25, House Wine $4, Well drinks $4 plus discounted appetizers. 

Chop and Wok - Tue-Sat.4-7pm Sun-Mon. All Day, $1 off all draft and Well 480-4381939 CK’s-  Mon-Sat  3-7PM, Reverse Happy Hour, Sun-Thurs, 10-Close, ½ Price Selected Appetizers, $2.50 Domestic Bottles and Pints, $2.50 Daily Import Special and $2.50 Heineken Pints All Day Every Day (480) 706-5564 Clubhouse Grill - 2pm-6pm Mon-Sat, 10am6 Sun, $2.00 domestic drafts, 2.25 domestic bottles, $2.25 wells, $2.50 house wine, 6am11am Mon-Sat, 10am-12 sun, $3 mimosas and marys 623-535 – GULP (4857) Coach & Willie’s - Monday thru Friday - from 3pm to 6pm. $3 selected Appetizers which will include. chicken fingers, mini cheese pizza’s, chips & salsa, cheese fries. Also, $3 domestic bottles, house wine and well drinks will be on special from the bar! REVERSE Happy Hour –Monday thru Friday - from 8pm to 10pm, with half priced drafts, margarita’s and house wine from the bar and our $5 reverse happy hour menu from the kitchen!

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

$6 Appetizers! $5 Glass of Wine! $1 Off Bottled Beer!

Happy Hour ALL DAY!

And...50% OFF Martinis!...Draft Beer...Margaritas Daiquiris...Well Drinks

No Group Too Large! No Limits!

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(with coupon)

95 W. Boston Historic Downtown Chandler (480) 857-1409

8787 N. Scottsdale Rd (480) 951-6445

Voted "           " by and rated  TOP 25 Restaurant by Phoenix Magazine.

3pm to 7pm


Reverse Happy Hour Sunday - Thursday 10pm to close $2.00 Domestic Beers $3.00 Imported Beers


Happy Hour EVERY DAY

Coach House, Our regular pricing is as cheap or cheaper than most places happy hour!! 480-990-3433

Gordon Biersch - $2 Off All Signature G.B. Lagers & Ales, $2 Off All Wines by the glass. Appetizer Specials.(480)736-0033 

Crave Café & Lounge - Mon-Fri, 4-8pm.  $2 Wells, $3 Drafts, $4 Jager Bombers & Long Islands, 50% off all Appetizers.

Joe’s Grotto - Monday - Friday, 2pm-7pm $2 Domestic Bottles, $3 Domestic Small Pitchers, $2.75 Well drinks. (602) 992-1007

Devil’s Advocate - Happy Hour 3-7 Pm Monday-Friday Drink Specials 

Kobe - Mon-Fri 5-7pm, Sunday all day Reverse Fri/Sat 9-Close - Drink & Appetizer Specials! In Bar, Patio & Sushi Bar! $1 hot sake • $5.50 sake bombs • $3 draft beers • $3.50 house wine $5 apple martini/ cosmopolitan (480) 753-1811

Devil’s Hideaway - 2-8pm, $2 Domestic Pints, $3 Import Pints, $2.50 Well and Wine, Wednesday- $.50 wings, $3 domestic small pitchers 1807 E. Baseline Rd.#101 Tempe Eddie V’s Edgewater Grille (480) 538-8468 All Night. All Summer. Every Night in the V Lounge: Specially priced Appetizer menu, $5 Mojitos, Margaritas, Martinis and select Wines by the glass. Live music every night! Famous Sam’s - Mon - Fri, 3-7pm, $2.25 domestic pints & bottles. $3.25 domestic 25 oz. Reduced appetizers. $5.50/dozen wings. Mesa 480-699-2491 & Gilbert 480-8999804 Frank & Lupe’s - Scottsdale: Mon-Fri, 4-6pm.  1/2 off all appetizers and 1/2 off House Margaritas - (480) 947-874 Frashers - Mon-Fri 4-7PM, ½ Off All Appetizers, ½ Off All House Drinks, House Wine & Beer - (480) 429-9544

Max Sports Grille - 3-7PM Mon-Fri, 11PM to 1AM 7 days a week, $2 well, $2 Domestic Draft and 1/2 off Select Appetizers. (480) 994-4488 O’Kelley’s - Mon - Fri, 7am-7pm (Mondays 9am), Reverse Happy Hour, 10pm - close Monday/Tuesday.  $2.25 domestic bottles and drafts, $2.50 well, $2.75 small pitchers, $5.75 large pitchers.  - (480) 756-6069 Postino 11am-5pm, 7 days, $5 wine by glass or $5 beer pitchers. / Mon & Tue after 8pm, bottle of house wine and brushetta-$20 / Wed- knowing the FaceBook password gets you $5 glass of wine all day. Arcadia- 602274-5144 and Central Ave - 602-852-3939. Roaring Fork, 4-7 pm Tues-Sat and from 4-10 pm on Sun and Mon. Happy Hour every day from 4-10 pm. Discounted Salads, soups



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album, but says that rhythms will be one of the focal points. The band is looking forward to playing in Mesa on Halloween and being able to indulge in the Halloween spirit with their fans. Their set will include a good variety of material from their 12-album career, and it’s Halloween – you never know what might happen.

QUEENSRYCHE, GREAT WHITE AND KEEL October 31st at Buffalo Wild Wings Queensryche, Great White and KEEL will be performing at Buffalo Wild Wings, located at 1130 N. Grove Ave. in Mesa on Sunday October 31st. The show start at 4:30pm and goes on until around 10pm. All three bands are veterans in the Rock and Roll world and are still rocking strong!


Queensrÿche recently returned from Iraq where they spent two weeks entertaining the troops and are now in the studio working on their next album, due out next Spring. Frontman Geoff Tate explained how the band appreciates how powerful the art of storytelling is and whether the story is being told in one song or an entire concept album, they enjoy experimenting with every album. Their latest, American Soldier is a concept album that started with stories from Geoff’s father and eventually included two years’ worth of stories from over 300 soldiers. Geoff doesn’t want to give away too many details of the new October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

Great White guitarist Michael Lardie attributes the band’s longevity to a love of playing music and the fans that appreciate the “Zen” of Great White. The natural evolution of the band and their music has kept them solid in the blues-rock roots but Michael enjoys trying new things as well; in case you haven’t noticed, he plays a Mandolin on their latest album Rising. KEEL released Streets of Rock and Roll in January 2010 after the excitement and energy of a reunion in 2009 reignited the creative juices and spawned new material. The flow was natural and the end result is probably their best material to date. For the band, touring with Great White and Queensryche feels more like a family reunion and they’re looking forward to seeing their fans in Phoenix again. Ron Keel extended a personal “thank you” to the fans in Phoenix for welcoming them “back home” and helping to keep the Rock and Roll dream alive. Ron has a page on Facebook and likes to keep in touch with fans. He can be “friended” at


October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010




Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Suite 101, Phoenix: Rock Lobster. Buffalo Chip Saloon (480) 488-9118, 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Pat James Band.


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Cave Creek Coffee Company (480) 488-0603, 6033 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Jeordie. www.



Buffalo Chip Saloon (480) 488-9118, 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Pat James Band. Cactus Jack’s (480) 753-4733, 4747 E. Elliot Rd., Phoenix: Krak Smokin’ Grannies. Cave Creek Coffee Company (480) 488-0603, 6033 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Bill Dutcher. Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Soul Power. www.charshastheblues. com


Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Soul Power. www.charshastheblues. com


CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: Nine Ball.

CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: Chuck E. Baby. www.

Club 910 (480) 966-0707, 910 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe: X-tra Ticket (Grateful Dead tribute).

Club 910 (480) 966-0707, 910 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe: Eddie Halliwell and DJ Craze.

Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Todd & Ethan. cocomojoes

Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Capital Down. cocomojoes

Cody’s (480) 575-1101, 6032 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Mary Hoffman and Rig.

Cody’s (480) 575-1101, 6032 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Alan Dequino. www.codyscavecreek. com

Dirty Dogg Saloon (480) 368-8095, 10409 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale: Michael Nitro. www.

Dillon’s (602) 870-8860, 8525 N. Central Ave., Phoenix: Gypsy’s Juke Rockers

Harold’s Corral (480) 488-1906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: GD Roadshow.

Duck and Decanter (602) 274-5429, 1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: Mark Barry & Jerry Olsen. www.

Howl at the Moon (480) 994-HOWL (4695), 7419 E. Indian Plaza Dr., Suite A, Scottsdale: Dueling pianos.

Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa: Darkeyed Juncos, Hush and Prauge.

Iguana Mack’s (480) 899-6735, 1371 N. Alma School Rd., Chandler: Dan Parks and Los Guys.

Harold’s Corral (480) 488-1906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Mogollon.

Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Wisker Biskit.

Hollywood Alley (480) 820-7117, 2610 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa: Murietts and Risky Agenda. myspace. com/hollywoodalley

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STING sired 6 kids since 1976. His most recent was born in 1995.


Halloween Bash




The cover of the EAGLES’ “Hotel California” was taken at The Beverly Hills Hotel.

The Library (480) 929-9002, 501 S. Mill Ave., Tempe: 3-D Rockshow w/ Disco Dynamite, HairRaid and Grundge Puppies.



Le Chalet (602) 337-8760, 5626 W. Bell Rd., Suite 101, Glendale: Sage Gentle-Wing. 3-6pm. Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: Titans of Industry w/ Joe Myers.


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


Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E. Thomas Rd., Scottsdale: Hans Olson. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill (480) 8448629, 1065 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa: Reverend Horton Heat.



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Thursday October 28th

Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623) 853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave., Buckeye: Justin Wright & High Octane.

Singer Axl Rose of GUNS N’ ROSES married Erin Everly, Don Everly’s daughter. The marriage lasted 27 days.

October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Blunt Club. Friday October 29th Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Suite 101, Phoenix: The JJ’s.

Ice House Tavern (602) 244-1179, 3855 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix: Secrets of Lost Empires w/ special guests. Iguana Mack’s (480) 899-6735, 1371 N. Alma School Rd., Chandler: Big Tex and the Blazin’ Pintos. Jake’s O Mine (480) 982-8608, 1985 W. Apache Trail, Apache Junction: Tom Foolery. Jersey’s Tavern and Grill (480) 705-9700, 5945 W. Ray Rd., Chandler: Halo Machine. Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Moneyshot. Jugg’z Saloon (480) 963-9804, 851 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler: Panhead Ronnie. Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: Something Else. www. Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Ronin Meyer and Idle Red. www. The Office Sports Bar (480) 649-1650, 330 S. Gilbert Rd., Mesa: Classic Rock. Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E. Thomas

Trail, Apache Junction: Tom Foolery.

Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale: The Migrant, Ladylike, SisterBrother and Saddles.

Jersey’s Tavern and Grill (480) 705-9700, 5945 W. Ray Rd., Chandler: Tyme Will Tell.

Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St., Tempe: Acoustic Carpet, Super Funk Allstars, Groove Noodles and Funky Bones.

Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32 St., Phoenix: Two Dollar Grey, Gift of Destiny and Fatal Error.

Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Bell Rd., Suite 100, Phoenix: Rizon.

Jugg’z Saloon (480) 963-9804, 851 S. Arizona Ave., Chandler: Panhead Ronnie.

The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave., Phoenix: Breathe Owl Breathe, Little Wings. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill (480) 844-8629, 1065 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa: Nick Nicholson. www. Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623) 853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave., Buckeye: Justin Wright & High Octane. WTH Bar & Grill (480) 354-1352, 10262 E. Apache Trail, #5-6, Apache Junction: Strangeland. myspace. com/openmicattjs Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): What Laura Says, Poem and Ladylike. www. Saturday October 30th Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Suite 101, Phoenix: The Instant Classics. Buffalo Chip Saloon (480) 488-9118, 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Pat James Band. Cactus Jack’s (480) 753-4733, 4747 E. Elliot Rd., Phoenix: Crunch Monkey. Cave Creek Coffee Company (480) 488-0603, 6033 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Suite 88. www. Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Lady J. CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd., Phoenix: Rug Burn. Club 910 (480) 966-0707, 910 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe: The Ryche (Queensryche tribute), Piece of Mind (Iron Maiden tribute), Last in Line (Dio tribute), AZ/DZ (AC/DC tribute) and Sectas. Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Signature. cocomojoes Duck and Decanter (602) 274-5429, 1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: Rhonda Lester. Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa: One Body Too Many, Hollow, Regicide, Frozen By Fire and Fat Tree. Hollywood Alley (480) 820-7117, 2610 W. Baseline Rd., Mesa: Vinyl.45, Lords of Jack and Trash. Ice House Tavern (602) 244-1179, 3855 E Thomas Rd, Phoenix: “Lost in Space” w/ The Coconauts and special guests. Jake’s O Mine (480) 982-8608, 1985 W. Apache


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Blunt Club

Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: The Mad Caps, Sunorus, Deconstruction and Mariposa.

FRI 10/29

Lucille’s at Tempe Marketplace (480) 966-7427, 2030 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Phoenix: Gypsy’s Juke Rockers

Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St., Tempe: Sergio Mendoza and Gabriel Sullivan. www.

SUN 10/31

TUES 11/2

Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Bell Rd., Suite 100, Phoenix: Rizon.

SAT 10/30

Valley Fever Honky Tonk

Open Mic SONNY AND CHER were initially known as Caesar and Cleo.

THURS 10/28

What Laura Says, Poem

Mary Helen’s Dazed and Confused Costume Party

Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Black Carl and Rock Lobster. www. The Office Sports Bar (480) 649-1650, 330 S. Gilbert Rd., Mesa: Classic Rock.

MON 11/1

Ten High Tuesday

Seaworthy Vessels

WED 11/3

29 W. Southern Ave Tempe 480.967.4777

Tailgaters (602) 547-9366, 6070 W. Bell Rd., Phoenix: Boneshaker. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill (480) 8448629, 1065 N. Dobson Rd., Mesa: Nick Nicholson.

Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623) 853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave., Buckeye: Justin Wright & High Octane.

AZ Weekly Stage

WTH Bar & Grill (480) 354-1352, 10262 E. Apache Trail, #5-6, Apache Junction: Karma’s Theory.



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Donald Fagen and Walter Becker of STEELY DAN were once a part of Jay and the Americans’ touring band in the late 1960’s.

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Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Dirty Rascals, Muddy Violets, Dead Eyes of London, Strange Young Things, Mergence, Bata Ire and Dry River Yacht Club.



Rd., Scottsdale: Ronnie Glover & Trio Rio and Booya.

“Mr. Mojo Risin” is an anagram for Jim Morrison.

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October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010



Concert Venues AZ State Fairgrounds (602) 252-6771, 1826 W. McDowell Rd., Phoenix: October 28th: Lynyrd Skynyrd October 31st: Arizona Derby Dames November 3rd: Montgomery Gentry November 6th: Megadeth November 7th: Miranda Cosgrove November 5th: Rob Base Old School Jam featuring Midnight Star, Montel Jordan, Newcleus, and Expose Celebrity Theatre (602) 267-1600, 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: October 30th: Led Zepagain w/ TNT November 3rd: Kenny Loggins November 13th: Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project November 14th: Basia November 16th: Kenny G December 3rd: EPMD, Warren G and Das EFX Chandler Center for the Arts (480) 782-2680, 250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler: October 29th: Alpin Hong October 30th: Rasamanjari - A Decade With A Bouquet Of Rasas November 12th: Point of Grace November 13th: Abba Mania November 14th: Chandler Symphony Orchestra Concert December 20th: In the Christmas Mood w/ The Glenn Miller Orchestra The Clubhouse Music Venue (480) 967-7977, 1320 E. Broadway Rd., Tempe: October 28th: Portugal the Man October 29th: Horrorpops November 1st: Suffocation November 3rd: Deerhunter November 5th: Too Short November 6th: A Skylit Drive, Motionless in White, For All Those Sleeping, Woe is Me, Scarlette O’Hara and Loren Battle November 11th: Nonpoint / In This Moment w/ Taking Dawn, Killing Spree and Interfate Club Red (480) 496-4733, 2155 E. University Dr., Tempe: October 28th: Willy Northpole October 30th: The Sammus Theory November 12th: Ekolu November 13th: Metalstock November 17th: Must Get Drunk November 20th: Ember Comerica Theatre (602) 379-2800, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix: (Formerly Dodge Theatre) October 31st: Lady Antebellum November 10th: Celtic Thunder November 18th: Black Label Society, Clutch, 2 Cents and Children of Bodom December 6th: Dweezil Zappa Plays Zappa The Compound Grill (480) 557-9087, 7000 E. Mayo Blvd., Scottsdale: October 28th: Hot Birds and the Chili Sauce October 29th: Cold Shott & The Hurricane Horns October 30th: The Dead Will Rise: Crazy Finger Halloween Ball November 2nd: Mesa Jazz Orchestra November 3rd: Jameson and the Sordid Seeds November 4th: Greyhound Soul November 5th: Stone Grooves

Ave., Glendale: November 19th: Usher November 28th: Trans-Siberian Orchestra November 29th: Andre Rieu JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort & Spa (480) 2933939, 5350 E. Marriott Dr., Phoenix: November 20th: David Cassidy ASU Kerr Cultural Center (480) 965-3434, 6110 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale: November 3rd: Arizona Classic Jazz Society - Wally’s Warehouse Waifs November 10th: Sophisticated Piano Ladies: Barb Catlin, Rachel Eckroth, Beth Lederman and Judy Roberts November 12th: Leo Kottke November 13th: Leo Kottke November 18th: Young Sounds of Arizona November 22nd: ASU School of Music Latin Jazz Band December 2nd: ASU Concert Jazz Band December 8th: Celebrating Duke Ellington: The Mike Crotty Sextet December 9th: Arizona Classic Jazz Society - Danny Long December 10th: Robin Spielberg

Bronze” November 19th: Todd Snider November 20th: Interpreti Veneziani November 24th: ASU - MIM Wednesday Morning Interludes series - Walter Cosand (piano) Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix: October 29th: Agent Orange and Sugar Thieves October 30th: Cold Shott & The Hurricane Horns November 1st: Monotonix Destruction Unit and Hooves November 2nd: Colour Revolt and St. Ranger of the Sky November 3rd: Ernie Halter and Curtis Peoples November 4th: Shooter Jennings November 5th: Big Nick & the Gila Monsters November 6th: Mr. Boogie Woogie, Sue Palmer, Lisa Otey and Bob Malone

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts (480) 9942787, 7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale: October 29th: Viver Brasil October 30th: Venice Baroque Orchestra with Robert McDuffie (violin soloist) November 5th: Spanish Harlem Orchestra November 6th: Chita Rivera: My Broadway November 10th: Virginia G. Piper Piano Series: André Marquee Theatre (480) 829-0607. 730 N. Mill Ave., Watts Tempe: November 13th: Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project October 29th: Bloody Beetroots w/ special guests November 19th: Turtle Island Quartet w/ Cyrus Chestnut October 30th: Jimmy Eat World w/ Snake! Snake! Snakes! and Mike Marshall November 26th: The Capitol Steps November 3rd: Gov’t Mule November 4th: A Perfect Circle December 4th: ARTrageous starring Bernadette Peters November 5th: A Perfect Circle December 7th: Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey November 6th: A Perfect Circle Siegel: The Romantic Music of Robert Schumann November 9th: Bad Religion, Bouncing Souls and Off December 11th: Danú: Christmas in Ireland With Their Heads November 11th: Pepper, Fishbone and Pour Habit Skye Restaurant and Lounge (623) 334-0010, 16844 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center Dr., Peoria: Mesa Arts Center (480) 644-6500, 1 East Main St., October 29th: Jimmy Buffet Tropical Night Mesa: October 30th: Astrocreep 2000 – A Tribute to Rob November 5th: Straight No Chaser Zombie November 13th: Richard Nader’s Doo Wop November 5th: Ghost in the Machine – A Tribute to Sting th November 14 : Savion Glover: Bare Soundz and The Police November 19th: Fiesta! A Celebration of Latin Piano November 6th: Joe Bourne – The Nat King Cole Tribute Music Show November 20th: Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real November 12th: Bella Donna – A Tribute to Stevie Nicks December 9th: The King’s Singers and Fleetwood Mac December 16th: Dave Koz & Friends: Smooth Jazz November 13th: Bret Kaiser – A Tribute to Elvis Presley Christmas November 14th: Michael Sarver – American Idol Finalist November 19th: The Beach Toys – A Tribute to the Beach Boys November 20th: Paperback Writer – A Tribute to the MIM Music Theater (480) 476-8000, 4725 E. Mayo Beatles Blvd., Phoenix: November 21st: Edvis – A Tribute to Elvis Presley th November 26th: The Rising – The Ultimate Bruce SpringOctober 30 : Chestnut Brass Company November 4th: Adam Gyorgy steen Tribute November 12th: Monty Alexander November 27th: Piano Man – Tribute to Billy Joel & Elton November 14th: Gamelan Çudamani: “Bamboo to John


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Cricket Wireless Pavilion (602) 254-7200, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix: October 29th: Nickelback w/ Buckcherry and Three Days Grace Sales by Geis Realty, LLC

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October 28th, 2010 - November 3rd, 2010

November 28th: Deborah Offenhauser Tempe Center for the Arts (480) 350-2822, 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: October 30th: Karrin Allyson & the ASU Big Band November 27th: Bob Corritore Blues Bash II December 18th: Dmitri Mathethy’s Holiday Jazz U.S. Airways Center (602) 379-7800, 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix: November 6th: Elton John w/ Leon Russell November 27th: Roger Waters: The Wall Live December 12th: Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers December 19th: The Judds March 26th: Lady Gaga Underground/Nile Theatre (480) 559-5859, 105 W. Main St, Mesa: October 29th: Blacktide with special guests October 29th: Horrorpops, Fangs on Fur and The Muertones October 30th: Fun, Steel Train and Jerrod Gorbel October 31st: Red Son, Bad Vibe, Dead Life, Conscience and more November 1st: This is Hell, Kills and Thrills, Take It Back, Never Meant and Redeemer November 1st: The Sleeping, Tides of Man, PM Today, Just Like Vinyl and Happy Body Slow Brain November 2nd: Circa Survive, Dredg, Codeseven and Animals As Leaders November 7th: Enter Shikari, Haste The Day, Sleeping With Sirens and MS White November 8th: The Great Commission, We Are Defiance, I The Breather, What Are The Chances and Five Times The Fall November 8th: Cruel Hand, Backtrack, Bad Vibe, Condemned and Vile As Thy Name



Media Link: Huey Lewis also appears in “Back to the Future,” which airs Tuesday, Nov. 2, on ABC Family.

Ever since the first plastic guitar strolled onto the gaming scene, the musically inclined have managed to let the world know, much to the disdain of virtual rockers, that big colored buttons will never replace the real thing. Even with the amount of finger twisting needed to play “Green Grass and High Tides” on the highest of difficulties, pseudomusicians still couldn’t catch a break. Well, after years of insults, complaining and general unfair comparisons, Harmonix has managed to bring a bit of realism to the video game music world with its latest, “Rock Band 3.” The world of “Rock Band” hasn’t changed much. Colored dots still fly across the screen as you attempt to strum, tap and sing your way to rock ’n’ roll glory. The status quo has changed a bit with the inclusion of the keyboard. This new peripheral contains a two-octave range and plays just like its real-life counterpart. With the addition of this new device, gamers will now be able to form a band that consists of singers, bass guitar, lead guitar, a drummer and now a keyboard player.



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WHAT’S UP? EVENTS – Cave Creek & Carefree Wild West Days What is it? Some serious WesternStyle Family Fun When: November 5-7th Where? Downtown Cave Creek Where to find more info? www. El Pedregal Big Band Ball “Mask”querade October 29, 2010

7-10pm Music by Sonoran Serenade Big Band Delicious Three Course Dinner Variety of Music for Dancing & Lessons 6:30 pre–dinner event cash bar and first dance lesson 7:00 dinner served Price is $75 ($30 of your entrance fee is a tax-deductible donation for Foothills Caring Corps) Costumes OptionaL

Arizona’s Only All Day, All Night Halloween Event Planned For October 30

Halloween will be spookier than ever during this year’s Cave Creek Wicked. Beginning Saturday, October 30, 2010, Cave Creek Wicked kicks off with fun for families, couples and singles from 12-5 PM. During this portion of the event, visitors will enjoy fun from Spur Cross Road to Red Truck Trading Company to the east including: • community-wide trick or treating • haunted maze/haunted hideout

(Cody’s & Frontier Town) • pet costume contest/parade (2:30 PM) • horse costume contest (12:30 PM) • Cave Creek Dance Academy thriller dancers • Spookyville (weird science, crazy animals, crafts and more) • super salsa station • chili cook-off • pumpkin bowling • music • inflatables • pumpkin flavored treats • fire and police fun • two petting zoos and minis • great food and beverage • kids’ costume contest (3:30 PM) • theatrical performances

In addition, several Cave Creek restaurants will host Twilight Wicked for visitors who wish to dine between 6:00 PM-9:00 PM. The restaurants are:

mentary bus from 6 PM to 1:30 AM and go to the town’s top saloons for wicked staggered costume contests, specialty themed cocktails and prizes. The saloons are:

• Cartwright’s • Horny Toad • Harold’s • El Encanto • Lariat Grill • Buffalo Chip

9:15 Buffalo Chip 10:15 Hideaway 11:15 Harold’s 12:15 Red Horse Saloon @ Carefree Resort (last stop)

Local transportation is available for the dine-around for tips only. For the late night costumed crowd, beginning at 9:00 PM through 2 AM on October 30, board a compli-

For late night revelers, the Carefree Resort, the last stop on the costume pub crawl, will offer discounted room rates starting from $79. For more information on overnight reservations, call 480.488.5300.

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Essenza Coffee House* 1350 S. Longmore

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Into The Bean Coffee House 1710 W. Southern Ave

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ALL MY CHILDREN Ryan told Madison it was time to face the possibility that he killed David. Greenlee wanted to fire Jackson but realized she couldn’t. Ryan took the stand and detailed his history and his love for Greenlee, upsetting Madison, who broke up with him.

The 44-year-old supermodel - who has son Presley, 11, and daughter Kaia, nine with her husband Rande Gerber - attends sexy dance classes in the dark, where she tunes into her “sexuality and sensuality” while staying in shape.

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Taylor lashed out at Brooke for inappropriate behavior with Thomas, who told her to mind her own business. When the insults didn’t stop, Brooke slapped her. Amber heard Whip, Aggie and Nick calling her new Jackie M line a disappointment. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Arianna coded before she could tell EJ the truth about who shot him. After emotional farewells from Rafe and Brady, she coded again and died. Kate overheard Brady apologizing to Arianna about not being there for her because he was busy “torturing that old lady.” GENERAL HOSPITAL Lucky, Jason and Dante set a trap to lure the Balkan with the help of Sam and Sonny’s lesser goons Max and Milo. Sam disguised herself as Brenda and was “kidnapped” by Lucky as Ronan. Lucky insisted Siobhan stay inside and not get involved, but she ventured out and was approached by a frightening figure.

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ONE LIFE TO LIVE Eli set off the bomb, and the warehouse exploded. John disarmed Eli and cuffed him. A burning beam fell on Cole as he searched for Starr, and John and Todd were buried in burning debris when the building collapsed on them. Dani was severely injured, and Marty tended to her. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Diane tried to blackmail Tucker into changing his mind about the job offer by threatening to tell Ashley about their night together, but he called her bluff. Phyllis and Jack’s fight turned to passion, and they began to make love. Diane told Jack she didn’t want him in her life or Kyle’s and it was Phyllis’ fault.


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pole-dancing and after having kids it’s great to re-tap into that sexuality and sensuality. The class is super-dark so you wouldn’t even recognize the woman next to you if she was next to you in the supermarket.

Teenagers as zombies are common, especially when they’re forced to function before noon. Yet they still resemble regular teenagers in appearance. On Halloween, however, many teens want to slip into something more classically undead. Here, we turn to Nickelodeon’s “Big Time Rush,” showing its Halloween episode Sunday, Oct. 31. In it, the guys, being groomed as the next hot boy band, take on traditional costumes: werewolf, Frankenstein’s monster, vampire and zombie. “They needed it to be kid-friendly, and I needed to keep the boys looking hot, foxy, pop and cool,” makeup artist Antonyia Verna says. “They still need to be pop stars and look like themselves.” Creating a zombie doesn’t have to be airbrushed, as she did on Logan Henderson, who plays Logan Mitchell. The look can be achieved by applying liquid latex with a stipple sponge. Kids can also use Elmer’s glue, applied with a stipple sponge. She also recommends using Kryolan or any kid-friendly greasepaint. To give eyes that undead look, Verna used purple and black eye shadow, which she put on wet and let drip. For the dried-out lips effect, Verna says to pucker up then paint.

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EAST SIDE Boston’s 1730 E. Elliot Rd, Tempe (480) 831-0822 – Thu, Sat, Sun Brass Rail 3738 E. Thomas, Phoenix (602) 956-1280 - Wed

Devil’s Hideaway 1807 E. Baseline Rd. Ste. 101 - Tempe (480) 491-0442 Wed & Sun

JJ’s Cantina 409 N. Scottsdale Rd., Phoenix (480) 990-3477 – Fri, Sat

Dirty Drummer 1211 N. Country Club, Mesa (480) 834-6371 - Sat

JJ Madison’s 430 N. Power Rd., Mesa (480) 924-8778 – Tue, Fri

Dirty Drummer 3002 N. Arizona Ave, Chandler (480) 926-2843 – Tue, Sat

Max Sports Bar 7134 E. Thomas, Scottsdale (480) 994-4488 -Sat

Dukes 7607 E. McDowell Rd., Scottsdale (480) 675-9724 – Thu, Sat

O Kelley’s 2120 W. Guadalupe, Mesa (480) 756-6069 – Mon, Thu

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Breakroom 4729 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix (602) 267-1010 – 7 Days

Fox & Hound 1017 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert (480) 507-2343 – Tue, Wed

Brigett’s Last Laugh 17222 N. Cave Creek, Phoenix (602) 788-0507 – 7 Days

Gallagher’s 7575 N. 16th St., Phoenix (602) 997-0084 – Thu, Sat

Casey Jones Grill on Bell 2848 E Bell Rd Phoenix, AZ 602 493-9930 - Fri

Giligin’s 4251 N. Winfield, Scottsdale (480) 874-2264 – Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu

Chances Are 7570 E. 6th Ave, Scottsdale (480) 994-4338 – Mon, Thu Chuy’s 1831 E. Baseline, Tempe (480) 777-2905 - Fri Clicks Billiards 3935 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix (602) 220-0859 - Wed

Grapevine 4013 N. Brown, Scottsdale (480) 994-1792 – 7 Days Hazelwoods 3626 E. Indian School, Phoenix (602) 957-2462 – Tue, Sat

Pranksters Too 7919 E. Thomas, Scottsdale (480) 990-1114 - Tue Sandstone Cafe 4959 W. Ray Rd, Chandler (480) 961-2913

WEST SIDE Bullock’s 2601 W. Bethany Home, Phoenix (602) 433-9303 – 7 Days Chantilly’s 717 W. Union Hills, Phoenix (602) 789-1417 - Sat Cocomo Joe’s 28244 N. Tatum, Phoenix (480) 538-8008 – Wed, Sun Clubhouse Grill 14175 W. Indian School Rd Goodyear, AZ 85393 623-535 – GULP (4857) Wednesday

George & Dragon 4240 N. Central Ave, Phoenix (602) 241-0018 - Mon Lighthouse 12351 W. Indian School Rd., Avondale (623) 935-2471 – 7 Days Marc’s Sports Grill 4494 W. Peoria, Phoenix (623) 842-1053 – 7 Days Old Chicago 5695 W. Bell Rd., Glendale (602) 938-8808 - Sat

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Enoch’s 6750 W. Peoria, Peoria (623) 878-6296 – 7 Days


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SUNDAYS Silver Spur in Cave Creek 7-11pm 6245 East Cave Creek Road Cave Creek, AZ 85331 (480) 488-3317 The Compound Starting June 6th 9pm - 2am 7000 E Mayo Blvd Scottsdale AZ 480-585-5483 TUESDAY The Buffalo Chip 7pm - Midnight 6811 E Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek 480 488-9118 WEDNESDAY Clicks Billiards 9pm – 1am 3935 E Thomas Rd., Phoenix 602 220-0889 Azool Grill 8pm – 1am On Carefree Highway at the I-17 Behind McDonalds & Dennys. 623 582-5177 THURSDAY Top Shelf Peoria 8pm – Midnight 83rd Ave & Deer Valley Rd 623 561-0050 FRIDAY Azool Grill 9pm-1am On Carefree Highway at the I-17 Behind McDonalds & Dennys. 623 582-5177 Casey Jones Grill on Bell 9pm -1am 2848 E Bell Rd Phoenix, AZ 85032 602 493-9930 Top Shelf Phoenix 9pm-2am 35th Ave & Greenway 602 993-5463


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