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AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 2, Issue 46 November 12th, 2009 Publisher Brian Muir brian.muir@azweeklymagazine.com Art Director Kevin Kelley kevin.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com Office Manager Tami Kelley tami.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com Editor Jeff Haugen jeff.haugen@azweeklymagazine.com Staff Music Writer Kim Naugle kim.naugle@azweeklymagazine.com

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Childsplay presents “Junie B in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells!” On stage for the Holidays Childsplay, Arizona’s professional theatre company for young audiences and families, is delighted to present the world premiere of Junie B in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! at the Tempe Center for the Arts for the holidays. Adapted from Barbara Park’s series of books about Junie B. Jones, First Grader, this brand-new play by Allison Gregory opens on November 21 and runs through December 27. Directed by Childsplay Artistic Director and Founder David Saar, this production features many of Childsplay’s most popular actors, notably Katie McFadzen as Junie B.Jones. There will be a preview performance, with general admission discount tickets available, on November 15. The show is recommended for young people age five and above and their families. Based primarily on Barbara Park’s book “Junie B., First Grader: Jingle Bells, Batman Smells! (P.S. So Does May.)” published by Random House in 2005, the play also draws from two other books in the Junie B., First Grader series – “Shipwrecked (2005)” and “Dumb Bunny (2009).” Junie B’s first grade class is putting on a holiday program, which reminds Junie B of the time her class did a Columbus Day pageant and things went awfully wrong. Room One is also having a Secret Santa gift exchange and Junie B draws the name of her nemesis, May. The pageant and the gift exchange precipitate a crisis for Junie B that only she can resolve.

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Thru November 22, 2009 Wednesday 2pm Thursday - Saturday 2 pm & 7:30pm Sunday 6pm Inspired by the books of Janet Martin and Suzann Nelson, Church Basement Ladies has been selling out shows in Minneapolis for the past 25 months and now they are coming to Mesa Arts Center. This hilarious musical comedy is a celebration of the church basement kitchens everywhere and the unsung women who work there. This new musical comedy, lead by William Christopher of M*A*S*H*, weaves the escapades of four women and their relationships as they solve the problems of a rural Minnesota church in 1964. Funny, touching and down-to-earth, the ladies’ hilarious antics will make audiences laugh till their side dishes hurt.

Androcles and the Lion presented by Childsplay, Inc.

Tempe Center for the Arts Thru November 15, 2009 Saturday 1pm & 4pm Sunday 2pm Androcles and the Lion is a musical farce adapted from an Aesop’s fable by American children’s playwright Aurand Harris in 1963. The hero is Androcles, a servant who performs a good deed (pulling out a thorn from a lion’s paw) and reaps the benefits later when he is sentenced to meet the lion in the coliseum. The play is set in Renaissance Italy and is performed in that period’s Commedia dell’arte style with its characters, costumes and movement. Androcles and the Lion is a musical romp with a terrific message. Although the classic story adapted fro the stage almost 50 years ago, the play deals with many issues that our country and the world face today – freedom, accountability, good deeds, prejudice, trust and friendship.

Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe presented by CYT (Christian Youth Theater)

Third Street Theatre November 13 - 21, 2009 Friday 7pm Saturday 2pm & 7pm C.S. Lewis’ children’s classic The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe adapted for theater with original music, creative choreography and colorful costumes. Narnia, the musical, follows Lucy, her sister Susan and her brothers Peter and Edmund as they enter the magical kingdom of Narnia through the back of an old wardrobe where they encounter a whole new world of fascinating creatures. Come be a part of the adventure as the children assist Aslan, the Lion, in saving Narnia from destruction by the evil White Witch.

Peregrine Heathcote presented by Bonner David Galleries Thru November 30, 2009 Monday – Saturday 10am – 5:30pm Bonner David Galleries is excited to welcome internationally known figurative artist Peregrine Heathcote to Scottsdale in November. Influenced by family and his childhood years spent in Britain and Dubai, Heathcote’s work captures the cinematic charm and sophistication of the past by showing the indulgent ways of life portrayed by an array of characters, fashions, colors, and emotions. Each canvas suggests a story, prompting the viewer to consider the events of a single scene leaving questions open, allowing the imagination to construct multiple narratives. His lyric pieces and international following will captivate your attention and make this a most memorable artistic event.

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team Leeds United and the historic year of 1974. If you’re thinking another sports movie, don’t. It’s more a movie of personality clashes, ideology, and egos that are the prime ingredients of business, any business, it just happens to be the business of football (soccer in England).

“Pirate Radio”, Rock & Roll before traditional radio! Review by Stan Robinson For a lot of us “Boomers” in the 60’s, before Rock & Roll was played on traditional radio stations, we listened to rock on secret mobile units broadcasting the music. The name of “pirate radio” was given to the roving units. And so it was in England who’s music of choice was jazz for the establishment. The younger generation, as in America, was into the sound of Rock & Roll. Not illegal to broadcast, an enterprising owner of a ship, with eight DJ’s, broadcasted the sounds of Rock off the coast of England in the North Sea! The DJ’s lived on board the ship known as Radio Rock and broadcasted the sounds with regular radio show shifts, and, was supported by advertisers. The seven English DJ’s and an American DJ known as

The Count (Philip Seymour Hoffman) were heroes to the English young people who listened secretly on their transistor radios. And yes, hot on their heels were the British government, who consistently tried and search for any means possible, including seeking to pass legislation to make it illegal to broadcast on the high seas, to save the minds of the young people. “Pirate Radio” is look at the history of rock & roll as it fought to be mainstream in England and the driving force from a handful of DJ’s in the middle of the North Sea who risked everything to keep rock & roll alive. The sound track, the music the DJ’s played, are the classic rock tunes of the 60’s and one can’t help but tap to the sounds as history unfolds! Starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Michael Hadley, Charlie Rowe, Lucy Fleming, Tom Sturridge, Ian Mercer, Bill Nighy, Will Adamsdale, Tom Brooke, Rhys Darby, Nick Frost, and Katherine Parkinson. Written and directed by Richard Curtis. Focus Features release. Rated R for language, and some sexual content, including brief nudity. Runtime: 135 minutes.

It’s 1974. The young and upcoming Brian Clough (Michael Sheen) is hired to coach Great Britain’s championship team, Leeds United after the legendary coach Don Revie (Colm Meaney) who’s leaving to coach England’s national team. In contrast to Revie’s quiet, reserved, laid back style, Clough is controversial, quick mouthed, and uses the media at every opportunity to express viewpoints on the long, on-going animosity toward the exiting Revie. In parallel presentation, as Clough starts his tenure at Leeds, we learn the circumstances of his feelings, which revolve around the first meeting of the two men while coaching a lower tier team, and feelings of being looked down on, slighted, and ignored by Revie is fuel for winning. Clough is successful in taking his lower tier team to the top, beating the United Leeds, and all the while commenting to the media, on the “not so sportsmanship” conduct of the Leeds players and the coach who allows it! Brian Clough’s mission as he now gets the reigns of the coach of the Leeds, to exert his own philosophy of what a team should be. As we know from history, Brian Clough’s stay at Leeds was short, very short. What we have with “The Damned United” is a look at

the dynamics and the influences of that year in 1974, when the fierce competition of wills and ideology was fought off the field, as well as on. Michael Sheen excels once again as the young coach. His recent performances as real life persons including Prime Minister Tony Blair in “The Queen” (2006) and David Frost in “Frost/Nixon” (2008) which received 5 Oscar® nominations, and the screenplay by Peter Morgan, who also penned “The Queen” and “Frost/ Nixon”, presents a very compelling look at history. I’m sensing some sort of magic happens when Michael Sheen is given the character portrayals of Peter Morgan’s written words to bring to the screen… Starring Michael Sheen, Colm Meaney, Henry Goodman, David Roper, Jimmy Reddington, Oliver Stokes, and Ryan Day. Directed by Tom Hooper. Written by Peter Morgan. Rated R for language. Sony Pictures Classics release. Runtime: 97 minutes.

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“We have been building anticipation for this movie with our fans online for a couple of years now with different trailers,” says Pierson. “This summer we made a short film with a couple of characters from the film, so we have been building interest in it slowly. Now the final piece of that puzzle is getting people to say ‘I want it to come to town.’ Once our distributor Roadside Attractions sees there is enough demand there, and the exhibitor in a specific town will hopefully book it. Harkins and Valley Art were cool enough to bring it to Phoenix.” Pierson is a current Los Angeles resident, but is a Phoenix native, born and raised in Ahwatukee. “I was a bag boy at the Fry’s at Ray and Ranch Circle,” laughs Pierson. “I am very excited because I used to go see independent movies at the Valley Art when I was in high school.”

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A bit of a quandary arose while watching the new comedy Mystery Team. What could be written to accurately describe the theme and story of this movie? The best description; The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew meet the humor and language of South Park. In an interview, writer and co-star D.C. Pierson jokingly agreed, “It’s G-rated characters in an R-rated world. The contrast between those two things is what creates the humor for people.”

Mystery Team is the feature length film based on the sketch comedy from Derrick Comedy, a group of guys who met while in college at New York University and have been producing wildly popular internet videos since 2005. Their popularity has grown a cult like following thanks to sites such as YouTube. In fact, their internet fan base combined with modern technology is what has helped bring their film to Tempe’s Harkins Valley Art Theatre. Fans demanded the film be screened in the Valley after using a new tool called “Demand It,” the same service that has fueled the success of Paranormal Activity.

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Friends and family will be at the Phoenix premiere, but Pierson is not worried what they will think, “There is some pretty heavy R-rated jokes in the movie, but any family member that I would think would be taken aback by it have already seen the movie at my house. I think my stepmom thinks there are a few things involving strippers that we should cut out of the film. We’re insistent that it’s still in there. She’ll have to deal

with I guess.” So what is Mystery Team all about? A trio of best friends were junior sleuths years ago. They are now eighteen and still enjoy solving mysteries. They embark on their latest challenge; finding a missing ring. Telling you that they find it won’t ruin the story. But you’ll never guess where they find it! The child-like characters are thrown into a seedy, yet comical adult world. Pierson says, “The main characters themselves are very innocent, so they themselves are offended by what they see. They come from an innocent place.” Pierson and the Derrick Comedy team are still thankful to their fans and the technology that made this theatrical run possible. “It’s a little independent movie we made ourselves up in New Hampshire a couple of years ago, and we are able to bring the movie to an audience because we can only really reach that audience through the internet. The movie’s actually coming to a theater and will be seen in a traditional theatrical way because of that.” Mystery Team opens Friday, November 13 exclusively at Harkins Valley Art. Pierson will make an appearance at several opening weekend screenings.


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The Night Owl If you have an entertainment event or item to include in “The Night Owl” send to brent.diggins@azweeklymagazine.com “The Night Owl” will cover restaurants, clubs, bars, celebrities, music and other miscellaneous events.

BY BRENT DIGGINS AND EFIA MOORE You know we like to support our community by giving to the less fortunate, and this year it is more important than ever so you’ll see some charitable events in virtually every Night Owl that we ask you to contribute to. The ones we choose usually make it fun, like drinking wine or going to a concert. Seriously, all you have to do is drink wine or go to a concert to help some local food banks. For that information and all that happened, is happening and will happen in the Valley, read on…and DONATE. (Donations! Donations!—think Coming to America). HB Hanratty’s: There’s nothing better than walking into your favorite bar, and having your favorite bartender serve you your favorite drink. It’s like finally walking through the door after a long day, or getting into the shower when you’re hung over; it’s so Zen. For 30 years HB Hanratty’s off the Camelback Central corridor has been this for many people, a place of reprieve where everyone knows your name and where drinks are shared with pseudo-friends. Under new ownership HB Hanratty’s is looking to be the watering hole of choice for more people by luring new and old patrons with its affordably priced “4-3-2” drink specials. The iconic Phoenix pub is offering $4 you call-its, $3 bottled beers, and $2 drafts through the rest of the year. Located near The Parlor and St. Francis, the new owners, Diane Quan and Steve Dragovich, veterans in the Valley’s food and beverage industry, are making subtle changes to the well-know hangout to introduce HB Hanratty’s to a new generation of Phoenicians. The bar will still feature its flagship pool tables, comfortable seating areas, vintage dartboards with real-deal steel-tipped darts, and signature ‘Cheers’ like atmosphere. Stop in and introduce yourself soon, or connect with them on Facebook at HB Hanratty or on Twitter at @ hbhanrattys. Cultural Pleasures: Shakira advises that “hips don’t lie” and 3OH!3 demands you “do the Helen Keller and talk with your hips,” but really they’re all taking direction from the original hip shakers - belly dancers. To see hip-shaking done correctly go the largest locally produced belly dance festival in Arizona, The Middle East themed Fall Festival of Music & Dance. The festival will feature Arabic coffee and tea, and Middle Eastern delicacies, premium hookahs, custom henna body art, and live music Saturday, November 14 from Noon to 9 p.m. General admission is only $10. Visit www.mecda.org for more information. Christmas Pudding: It is a Phoenix tradition, it is an awesome fun time, it is Alice Cooper’s Christmas Pudding. On December 18th at the Dodge Theatre, the 2009 version of Christmas Pudding will take place. The variety show is variety “is designed to be an entertaining blend of comedy, music, dance and surprise performances.” Although they have a bit of everything, the event is largely driven by musical acts and this year’s lineup includes Warrant, Roger Clyne & The Peacemakers, Dee Snider, Lita Ford, Scott MacIntyre, Gary Mule Deer, Runaway Phoenix, Brad Perry Band, and River of Life Choir. Local man about town and former Channel 3 anchor Brad Perry will be emceeing the night’s activities. While it is still far away, tickets are on sale now and range from

$22.75 to $45 depending on what you get. Best of all, the event is a fundraiser for the Solid Rock Foundation, which helps teenagers out. For more information on the event, visit alicepudding.com. Mill Farmer’s Market: You know we love food and supporting our food community, and there is nothing more “community” than a farmer’s market. With farmer’s market-season kicking off, we have the grand opening of a new one right on Mill Avenue. The Mill Avenue Farmer’s Market, located at the 6th St. Park just east of S. Mill Ave, will have its grand opening on November 15th from 9:00a.m.-2:00 p.m. (and will be open every Sunday during season thereafter. At the market, they’ll have fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, and all sorts of other wares from local businesses. Vendors include Bobbies Flowers, Arizona Bread Company, Boxed Greens, Sids Viciously Good Cookies and many more. For more information visit millavefarmersmarket.com. Taste of the NFL: With the holidays virtually upon us, it is time that we come together to help stock up the local St. Mary’s Food Bank so families don’t go hungry, and we can do that with the Taste of the NFL program. This year, due to the crappy economy, this task is as important as ever. Thankfully, there are great people out there that have made donating very easy for you—so easy that all you have to do is drink wine. No that isn’t a misprint, to donate food all YOU have to do is drink wine. You see more than 100 Arizona restaurants and bars have agreed to carry and sell select E&J Gallo Winery brands in order to raise money to feed the hungry for the Food Bank. Each case of participating E&J Gallo Winery brands sold during the Taste of the NFL program (which goes through December 31st) will generate 30 meals for St. Mary’s Food Bank. So, instead of your normal drink order make a conscious effort to by E&J Gallo brands. For a current list of participating Arizona restaurants, bars and E&J Gallo Winery brands visit epicurious. com/gallo Charity Concert: Did you read the above? I wasn’t joking when I said that this year is as important as ever to donate to local food banks and good people have made it easy for you to do. This time, all you have to do is go to a concert (so above drink wine and this one go to a concert). Anyways, so the Friday, November 13th KNIX Radio hosts a dual live acoustic/ country concert by Josh Thompson & Houston Country at Cave Creek Coffee Company for FREE in exchange for 10 canned food items benefitting the “Million Can Crusade” for St. Vincent de Paul. The concert begins at 6:00pm so get on up there and do it. There are grocery stores along Cave Creek and Scottsdale Roads (if you are driving from the South) so don’t blow it (and buy MORE than 10 cans!) For more information on this visit cavecreekcoffee.com or knixcountry.com. Be safe, be a good person. Till next time…

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

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The Library Bar & Myst Nightclub 7340 E. Shoeman Lane – Scottsdale Grill

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The Crown Room 7419 E Indian Plaza Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (480) 423-0117

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every age, gender, ethnic and social group all over the world. It can occur for many reasons, and there is no one “silver bullet” that can cure pain. Yet great progress in pain medicine has been made in recent years and is expected to advance even further as doctors continue to learn more about the causes of pain. The dedicated team at Pain Resources proudly gives patients a chance to better understand the source of their pain, as well as safe methods to properly manage both acute and chronic injuries. Specializing in medication management for acute and chronic pain conditions as well as education and referrals to use in combination with the medication for better pain control, Pain Resources allows patients to regain control of their lives, live comfortably and be productive members of their families and communities. The mission of Pain Resources is to provide affordable, comprehensive, high-quality, holistic health care to adult individuals of all diverse cultural backgrounds. Their goal is to provide excellent patient care in an environment of goodwill. They offer friendly staff and comprehensive care in a comfortable atmosphere for patients with acute and chronic pain. The key focus is to create a specialized treatment program to suit each patients’ individual pain needs, including long term medication management, appropriate referrals, patient-education, and continued monitoring.

contending for the National Championship. The 1971 game was considered by many to be the greatest college football game of all-time. A truly great rivalry, the legendary, back-and-forth battles between the two powerhouse teams had stadium roars heard from miles away and all the nailbiting suspense our hearts could handle.

Safety, Comfort and Knowledge Safety Patient safety is Pain Resource’s number one concern. This is achieved from careful understanding of the disease or diagnosis and implementing an appropriate treatment plan unique to each individual patient. Comfort Pain Resources makes sure patients feel they are receiving the best care in an environment of good will – treating patients as they too would want to be treated. Knowledge Pain Resources strives to find the best plan of care and treatment plan for each patient. Using a collaborative approach with other health care professionals, Pain Resources’ hope is to achieve realistic goals which will improve quality of life. A proud new staple to the city of Chandler, Pain Resources is accepting new patients and offers affordable cash pay visits as well. Call their Chandler office today to speak with a friendly staff member regarding insurance plans accepted as well as financial options. PAIN RESOURCES 600 South Dobson Road, Suite D27 Chandler, AZ 85224-5691 Phone# 480-917-7800 Fax# 480-917-8500 www.azpainresources.com


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Beat the Lull of Tuesday Night at Tavern on Mill’s Game Night Every Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. ASU students and working professionals gather for some friendly competition, great drink specials and food. The Tavern on Mill, located at 404 South Mill Ave, sets up table games in its 7,000 square foot bar, restaurant and patio space. The Tavern on Mill has something for everyone every day of the week and Tuesday Night’s are no exception, with a well rounded drink selection and more games than you knew existed. How many ants can a giant ant eater eat in 1 day? a) $5,000 b) 10,000 or c) $30,000? If you like impressing your friends with all of the useless information taking up space in your brain, perhaps trivial pursuit is your game. “We bought the Young Players edition of Trivial Pursuit so I don’t feel dumb,” said Misty Maki, Tuesday night manager and gamer referee, “People will absentmindedly pick up a card and start quizzing their friends. That’s usually how a game starts.”

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LIVE! DIRECTORY Thursday November 12th Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Todd & Ethan (full band). 8:30pm-12:30pm. www.cocomojoes. com Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: The Delta Project (Portland, OR) and Tornado Rider (San Francisco). www.thelostleaf.org Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Lady J. www. charshastheblues.com Rosie McCaffrey’s (602) 241-1916, 906 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: Ronnie Winters and friends. 9pm. www.rosiemccaffreys.com Modified Arts (602) 462-5516, 407 E. Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix: An Albatross, All Leather (featuring Justin Pearson of The Locust), Drug Wars and Netzeah. Doors at 7:30. $10. www.modified.org Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Suite 101, Phoenix: Rock Lobster. www. bluemartinilounge.com Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St., Tempe: Soul Flight presents Mark deCliveLowe, Joy Jones with DJ Santos & DJ KC. 8:30pm. www.thesailinn.com The Compound Grill (480) 557-9087, 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: Tyler Nielson, Kathy Mabry and Dirty Lingo. 7:30pm. www. thecompoundgrill.com Friday November 13th Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Crown Kings. www. cocomojoes.com

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

The Compound Grill (480) 557-9087, 2000 E. Chyro Arts (480) 258-2329, 1330 N. Scottsdale Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: Shawn Johnson Band. Rd., Scottsdale: Riot for Romance EP Release 9pm. www.thecompoundgrill.com with The Great Migration, Nova Lux, Evan Brightly and Alta Ardent. $8 at the door. www. Saturday November 14th chyro.org The Ruby Room (602) 258-6900, 717 S. Central Ave., Phoenix: Obscura. 9pm. myspace.com/ The Compound Grill (480) 557-9087, 2000 E. therubyroomlounge The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: Tramps and Thieves. Grand Ave., Phoenix: Lake, Karl Blau and 9pm. www.thecompoundgrill.com Appian Room/Appian Way Restaurant (480) Stephen Steinbrink. 7pm. www.thetrunkspace. 836-7899, 17149 Amhurst Dr., Fountain Hills: com Olive Branch (480) 966-9829, 3231 S. Mill Nick Manson Ensemble. 8:30-10:30pm. www. Ave. (NE corner of Mill and Southern), Tempe: appianway.com Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Shawn Johnson & the Foundation, Los Guys Suite 101, Phoenix: The Instant Classics. www. and The Jeff Hunt Band. 9pm. $5. www. Rosie McCaffrey’s (602) 241-1916, 906 E. bluemartinilounge.com olivebranchmed.com Camelback Rd., Phoenix: The Brazen Heads. 9pm. www.rosiemccaffreys.com Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St., Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Tempe: The X-Chromosones (featuring Jenny Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Javier Garcia (9:30pm), Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Lynn) (8pm) and Dry River Yacht Club w/ Paper Vayden (9:30pm), Idle Red (10pm) and Rock Bird (9:30pm). www.thesailinn.com Country Club Dr., Mesa: Catfish Groove Farm, Lobster (10pm). www.martiniranchaz.net Little Person Projectiles, Above the Law and Uptown Angels. www.goatheadsaloon.com Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. St., Phoenix: Year of the Moth, Ziroh and Tatum Blvd., Cave Creek: Crown Kings. www. Modified Arts (602) 462-5516, 407 E. Halocene. All ages. www.joesgrotto.com cocomojoes.com Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix: Michelle Blades, Liars Handshake, Soft Drink, Treasure Mammal O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Hardtailz (602) 863-3474, SW Corner of 35th and Black Carl. Doors at 7pm. $5. www. Rd., Mesa: Rhythm Edition. 9:30pm to close. Ave. and Bell Rd., Phoenix: Reverend Feltcher. modified.org www.okelleysbar.com 9:30pm. www.hardtailzbar.com

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Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St., Suite 101, Phoenix: The JJ’s. www. bluemartinilounge.com Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St., Tempe: Hot Buttered Rum, The Noodles and Bargrass Revival. 7pm. www.thesailinn.com Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: Anomaly, Lunatics Vision, Soulless and Hypatia. All ages. www.joesgrotto.com

Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Dubliner Pub (602) 867-0984, 3841 E. Southern and Mill): Flathead and Voodoo th Thunderbird Rd. (southwest corner of 40 Street Swing. www.yuccatap.com and Thunderbird Rd.), Phoenix: Blackwood. www.dublinerpub.com O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd., Mesa: Lit Up. 9:30pm to close. www. Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. okelleysbar.com Stetson Dr., Scottsdale: Switchfoot (6pm) and Grain of Truth (10pm). www.martiniranchaz. net

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Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Bell Rd., Suite 100, Phoenix: Rewind. 9:30pm. www.steelhorsesaloon.com Duck and Decanter (602) 274-5429, 1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: Karl Jones. 5:308:30pm. www.duckanddecanter.com

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Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Dubliner Pub (602) 867-0984, 3841 E. Thunderbird Rd. (southwest corner of 40th Street Bell Rd., Suite 100, Phoenix: Rewind. 9:30pm. www.steelhorsesaloon.com and Thunderbird Rd.), Phoenix: Blackwood. www.dublinerpub.com Duck and Decanter (602) 274-5429, 1651 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: Rhonda Lester. 1-4pm. Jake’s O Mine (480) 982-8608, 1985 W. www.duckanddecanter.com Apache Trail, Apache Junction: jYnX. www. jakes-o-mine.com

Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa: Endoplasmic and friends. www.goatheadsaloon.com Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St. & Roosevelt, Phoenix: Telegraph Canyon and LeLatcho Drom. www.thelostleaf.org Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix: Lady J. www. charshastheblues.com

Cave Creek Coffee Company (480) 488-0603, 6033 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Chris Spheeris. www.cavecreekcoffee.com Harold’s Corral (480) 488-1906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek: Mogollon. www. haroldscorral.com Copperstate Tavern (623) 931-5729, 5060 W. Bethany Home Rd., Glendale: American Dali, Margate, The Muertones, Danger Invites Rescue and more. 8pm. myspace.com/ copperstatelive

The Ruby Room (602) 258-6900, 717 S. Central Ice House Tavern (602) 244-1179, 3855 E Ave., Phoenix: The Captives. 9pm. myspace. Thomas Rd, Phoenix: Vanessa Atalanta, com/therubyroomlounge Lisa Savidge, The Tremulants and Former Friends of Young Americans. myspace.com/ Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. icehousetavernphx Southern Ave., Tempe (Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Avenue A. www.yuccatap. com Rosie McCaffrey’s (602) 241-1916, 906 E. Camelback Rd., Phoenix: The Brazen Heads. 9pm. www.rosiemccaffreys.com Modified Arts (602) 462-5516, 407 E. Roosevelt Rd., Phoenix: So and So, Stellaluna,

Concert Venues Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix: November 12th: Igor & The Red Elvises. Doors at 8pm. $10. November 13th: Curtis Salgado. Doors at 8pm. $10. November 14th: (Early show) Cody Canada (of


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November 16th: Municipal Waste, Goatwhore, Phobia and Cauldron. 7pm. $12 in adv, $14 at the door. All ages. November 18th: Cartel, This Providence, The Summer Set and The Dares. 6:30pm. $16 in adv, $18 at the door. All ages. November 19th: Eluveitie & Belphagor, Alestorm, Kevimetsan Druidi, Vreid, Archaeic Cessation and Adavant. November 20th: The Cover Up (last show!) w/ special guests. Doors at 6pm. of Erin,Get Laconic, NovemberWhere 21st: Ashes You Always A Real Pint! Mesa Arts Center (480) 644-6500, 1 East Main Hellen, Mower, Psychostick, Detox, Sinshrift, Serving 20 oz Imperial Pints St., Mesa: Malifactor and One Last Peace. Doors at 6pn. $10 in adv, $12 at the door. All ages. December 5th: Leahy Family Christmas (Irish www.clubhousegigs.com and Scottish infused music) December 6th: Welk Stars “Christmas Reunion� Concert Celebrity Theatre (602) 267-1600, 440 N. 32nd th December 9 : Sara Evans St., Phoenix: November 20th: MC Hammer December 12th: American stars in concert for the holidays featuring former American Idol November 21st: BB King finalists December 6th: The Fab Four December 18th: The Guy Fieri Road Show December 12th: Cameo nd December 22 : Dave Coz and friends December 13th: Collin Raye Christmas www.mesaartslive.com December 17th: Eddie Money acoustic Christmas www.celebritytheatre.com Tempe Center for the Arts (480) 350-2822, 700 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: Home of772-3800, the Glasgow Jobing.com Arena (623) 9400 W. November 17th: Friends of TCA presents Celtic Supporter’s Club Maryland Ave., Glendale: “Performance with a View� November 19th: Rosanna Eckert December 3rd: Joel and Victoria Osteen December 2nd: Songwriters’ Showcase December 6th: Trans-Siberian Orchestra featuring Hans Olson www.jobingarena.com December 9th: Sustainable Symphony Dodge Theatre (602) 379-2800, 400 W. presents “Russian Masters� Washington St., Phoenix: December 15th: Friends of TCA presents November 20th: John Prince “Performance with a View� December 19th: Dennis Rowland’s Holiday November 21st: Ron White Jazz December 15th: Brian Setzer Orchestra December 18th: Christmas Pudding featuring January 13th: Arizona Wind Symphony Alice Cooper, Warrant, Roger Clyne & The T H U R S DAY S E P T E M B E R 1 3 T H Peacemakers, Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), www.tempe.gov/TCA Lita Ford, Scott MacIntyre, Gary Mule Deer, Marquee Theatre (480) 829-0607. 730 N. Mill Runaway Phoenix, Brad Perry Band & River of F R I DAY S E P T E M B E R 1 4 T H Ave., Tempe: Life Choir November 14th: GWAR, Job For a Cowboy and www.dodgetheatre.com Red Chord. 6:30pm. $22 in adv, $24 at the door. Where You Always Get A Real Pint!U.S. Airways Center All ages. S A T U R D(602) A Y S E 379-7800, P T E M B E R 1201 5 T HE. Serving 20 oz Imperial Pints Jefferson St., Phoenix: November 17th: Dethlok, Mastodon, Converge and High On Fire. 5pm. $34.50 in adv, $36 at December 20th: Toby Mac’s Winter the door. All ages. Wonderland Slam featuring Toby Mac and November 20th: Say Anything, Eisley, Moneen Reliant K and Miniature Tigers. 6pm. $16.50 in adv, $20 www.usairwayscenter.com S U N DAY S E P T E M B E R 1 6 T H at the door. All ages. November 21st: Pete Yorn w/ Isaac Russell. Orpheum Theatre (602) 534-5600, 203 W. T U E S DAY S E P T E M B E R 1 8 T H 7pm. $21 in adv, $25 at the door. All ages. Adams St., Phoenix: th www.luckymanonline.com November 12 – 14th: Phoenix Symphony – Nixon in China W E D N E S DAY S E P T E M B E R 1 9 T H The Clubhouse Music Venue (480) 967-7977, www.phoenix.gov/conventioncenter/orpheum. 1320 E. Broadway Rd., Tempe: html November 13th: Flobots, Kinetix and Captain Squeegee. 7pm. $15. All ages. Phoenix College (602) 285-7876, 1202 W. November 14th: N17, (sic)Monic, Lurid State, Thomas Rd., Phoenix: The Dreaming and Projektshum. All ages. November 20th: Percussion Ensemble Home ofofthe November 15th: Afton Battle the Glasgow Bands w/ www.phoenixcollege.edu 1425 W. Southern Ave Tempe, AZ Celtic Truth of Fiction, Still LifeSupporter’s Defined, MaryClub Vendegna, Katie Martinez, H.A.M., HR el Pedregal (480)Southern 488-1072, 34505 N. SW Corner & Priest REI Shopping Center w Rd. ww l a s tof e Scottsdale xitlive .c om Violations, The Undecided and guests. Doors Scottsdale (SE. corner Rd. and w w w. m y s p a c e . c o m / l a s t e x i t a z and show at 6:15pm. Carefree Hwy.), Scottsdale:

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Are You Smarter Than A Nobel Prize Winner?

Let’s face it, most of us think we’re pretty well read and pretty darn smart. But not too many of us have won a Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, and that is why I want to introduce you to Dr. Otto Warburg.

Dr. Otto Warburg 1931 Nobel Prize Laureate Dr. Warburg won the 1931 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine for his work during the 1920s on the then relatively unknown and mysterious disease called cancer. He successfully identified the root cause of cancer, and discovered that cancer cells, unlike normal cells, thrive in an anaerobic, acidic state rather than an oxygen rich, high pH environment. In fact, he discovered that cancer cannot grow in a high alkaline, oxygen rich environment at all. Think about this for a minute. This means we have known what causes cancer for over 78 years, but if this is true, why don’t we learn this fact in every high school biology class in America? Why don’t the cancer treatment centers, oncologists or cancer related charities shout this knowl-

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Change Your Water and Change Your Life! Can it really be as easy to create an alkaline balanced body as drinking a different kind of water every day? Yes! But only if it is the right kind of water, made fresh in your own kitchen every day from your very own powerful water processing machine.

Micro-Clustered for Maximum Absorption and Hydration After passing through one of these amazing machines, your water will be micro-clustered, which means it is the most effective water in the world when it comes to hydrating each and every one of the approximately 70 Trillion cells in your body. The vast majority of Americans are chronically dehydrated, which leads to a myriad of health challenges and concerns.

Every person I know wants to because of the extremely acidic lead a healthy, happy, active life, conditions of our bodies. but many people simply aren’t Alkalize or Die! This water has a pH of 8.5 to able to do so due to some sort of 9.5, depending on which but- physical ailment or degenerative Dr. Theodore Baroody wrote ton you choose to push on your disease. a book called “Alkalize or Die,” machine. This high pH makes and in that book he wrote that all drinking this water an excellent Try the Water disease is the result of the same way to raise your body’s pH level root cause - too much acidity. for FREE! back up to where it should be. Isn’t that a bit of a coincidence? Chances are astronomical that During the past few months I A Nobel Prize laureate discovers your body is currently quite acidic, and there is no better way that have personally given gallons of that cancer lives and thrives in an I know of to create a healthy pH this incredible water to many peo- acidic environment, then a doctor in your body than to drink this ple who were suffering from one finds that ALL disease comes special water. The average adult thing or another, and the results from the same root cause! When I see that I realize it is a human is around 70% water, so have been astounding. We are doesn’t it make sense to make not allowed to make any claims pretty good clue as to how to live that water as healthy and pure as about what this water can do to a healthy, disease free life. Alkahelp fight any specific disease or lize your body! possible? If you’ve made it this far into health condition, but if you are Powerful Anti-Oxidation currently living a life less than this information then you’re Leads to Great Health you’d like it to be due to any type probably wanting to find out of ailment or disease, I’d sure like even more. Like how to get some This water is also one of the to talk with you and get you some of this water and try it for yourself. And how to get one of these strongest anti-oxidants you can of this water to try for free. There’s only one reason that I amazing machines for your own eat or drink, especially when it is fresh out of the machine. Many would be willing to give you gal- home. And how you can help me people spend a small fortune on lons of this water for free, and spread the news about this water, and about the importance of anti-oxidant supplements, then that is because I know it works. Approximately 70% of Ameri- having a pH balanced body. take those supplements with an If you’d like to try the water oxidizing beverage like bottled cans are currently taking at least water, a soft drink, or even tap one prescription drug, and I with NO OBLIGATION other than to quit drinking soft drinks water. It sounds crazy, but a think that is a crime. Literally. There is no reason in the world or sport drinks, then give me a large glass of most beverages can easily offset any benefits you that almost 3/4 of our popula- call or send me an email. Or betthought you were getting from tion should be taking medica- ter yet, come to one of our free your anti-oxidant supplements, tion every day, and it simply has presentations where I will actually which means that money is basi- to stop. Actually, there IS a rea- show you everything you need to son that 3/4 of our citizens are know about this water and how cally wasted. It is crucial to give your body taking medication, and that is to get involved with it. all the anti-oxidants you can, and drinking this water is the quickTwo FREE Presentations Every Week est, most efficient way to deliver Tempe - Tuesday 7 PM tremendous amounts of anti3419 East University - Air Marketing Amphitheater oxidants to your body. Oxida3 blocks north of the 10 fwy University/32nd St. Exit tion is the main cause of aging, Mesa Thursday 7 PM and drinking this water has been Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites proven to slow the aging process 1600 S. Country Club just south of the 60 fwy way down. Many Japanese people who have been drinking this waFor More Info Call Keith @ 602-561-1198 ter for decades look as young as or email keith@thisisgoodwater.com the day they took their first sip!

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