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AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 7, Issue 5 January 29th, 2014 Brian Muir Publisher Kevin Kelley Art Director Jeff Haugen Editor Tami Kelley Office Manager FILM! writers Stan Robinson • Randy Montgomery Joseph Airdo LIVE! Music Writer Kim Naugle SALES STAFF Chey Tor (602) 487-3975 Sheree Kamenetsky (480) 235-2114 PHOTOGRAPHER Tavit Daniel CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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PBR Built Ford Tough Series: World’s Best Bull Riders Risk It All Sunday, Mar. 9th at 2:50pm US Airways Center (201 East Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004)

Japanese Taiko Drumming Show TAO: Phoenix Rising Wednesday, Feb. 19th at 7:30pm

For cowboys, the first rule of bull riding is simple: Try to stay alive. The stakes can’t get any higher than that, so there’s no more exciting place to be than ringside when the Professional Bull Riders’ Built Ford Tough Series charges into Phoenix. It begins with pyrotechnics, explosions and flames, then the excitement really ramps up as the 35 toughest cowboys on the planet attempt to ride the meanest, largest and most dangerous bulls bred anywhere in the world. Every second counts in this two-hour thrill ride filled with heart-stopping action that’s guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat. Last year’s world champion, J.B. Mauney, is scheduled to compete, along with fan favorites like Chase Outlaw and Brazilians Silvano Alves and Joao Ricardo Vieira, who’re ranked No. 2 and 3 in the world.

Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts (1090 South Vulture Mine Road Wickenburg, AZ85390) Direct from Japan, the performance group TAO will blow you away with their intense choreographed drumming and extreme athleticism. The group has sold out shows in more than 15 countries and wowed more than three million people. Before they hit the stage, the stars of TAO complete extensive training in the mountains of Japan so they can perform the Taiko drums with unparalleled precision. Experience their modern spin on the traditional art form in a night of music, strength and culture that’s sure to be unforgettable.

Engelbert Humperdinck (“Quando, Quando, Quando,” “Release Me”) Wednesday, Feb. 12th at 7:30pm

Comedian Lynne Koplitz (Joan & Melissa): Hilariously Bad Advice Thur. Feb. 13th at 8pm; Fri. Feb 14th at 7:30pm & 9:30pm; Sat. Feb 15th at 7:30pm & 9:30pm Stand-Up, Scottsdale Comedy Club, (6820 E. 5th Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85251) Whether she’s admitting to multitasking during sex or recommending the use of Vicodin to get out of babysitting for friends’ kids, Lynne Koplitz lures you in with folksy charm while taking you by surprise with off-the-wall observations. A regular on various TV shows, Koplitz may be best known as Melissa Rivers’ quick-witted friend on We’s reality series Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?. She also starred in her own half-hour stand-up special on Comedy Central Presents and was the host of

With four Grammy nominations, 24 platinum records, 63 gold records, a Golden Globe award for Entertainer of the Year and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Engelbert Humperdinck truly is one of those rare entertainers to whom the phrase “needs no introduction” actually applies. A legend in the music industry with more than 150 million records sold to date, Humperdinck has recorded everything from romantic ballads like “Spanish Eyes” and “After the Lovin’” to the platinum-selling song “Lesbian Seagull” from Beavis and Butt-Head Do America. He recently recorded an album of duets that will be released in March, partnering with Sir Elton John, Gene Simmons, Smokey Robinson and more.

February 14 (5pm-10pm) February 15 (Noon-10pm) Be a VIP at the Wine, Food, Music & Craft Beer Festival, featuring more than 20 local wineries and craft breweries, two stages with live entertainment, gourmet food samples and local artisans showing off their wares. Stroll through the streets of the Rawhide Western Town at Wild Horse Pass and discover beers from local favorites like Old World Brewery and Phoenix Ale Brewery, plus popular international beers like Stella Artois and Hoegaarden. You might be surprised to find that Arizona puts out some world-class wines. You can taste a selection from the state’s best wineries. Don’t forget to grab a bite to eat from the gourmet food trucks or one of Rawhide’s restaurants. Your ticket gets you five wine tastings, ten beer tastings, a souvenir tasting glass and a goodie bag.

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Fans of the cult TV series Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Woody Allen’s What’s Up, Tiger Lily? will love National Comedy Theatre’s Spoof ‘n Cinema. Known for its competitive improv shows, this hilarious comedy troupe pokes fun at dated, campy vintage films by replacing the soundtrack with off-the-wall live riffs. From cheesy sci-fi effects to melodramatic acting, no filmmaking sin can escape this show’s comic justice. As these so-bad-they’re-good movies play, the comedians overdub their own dialogue, twisting the characters and dreaming up absurd plots to fit the action on the screen, all while providing their own foley sound effects and scores. At the end of the night there will also be prizes and trivia.

Comic Orny Adams (MTV’s Teen Wolf, Seinfeld’s Comedian) Thursday, Jan. 30 at 8pm; Friday, Jan. 31 at 10pm; Saturday, Feb. 1 at 10pm

Respect: A Musical Celebration of Women -- 100 Years of Popular Music Herberger Theater Center - Stage West, between N 2nd and N 3rd (222 E. Monroe St. Phoenix,AZ 85004)

Known for his high-energy kvetching and hilarious complaints about everyday life, stand-up comic Orny Adams has made appearances on The Tonight Show and Late Show with David Letterman, and had his own hour-long Comedy Central special, Orny Adams: Takes the Third. He first gained national fame for co-starring in 2002’s Comedian, Jerry Seinfeld’s documentary about the stand-up comedy life. As an actor, Adams has appeared alongside Adam Sandler in Judd Apatow’s Funny People, and currently plays the eccentric Coach Finstock on MTV’s Teen Wolf.

Combining more than 50 great songs and a powerful story to match, Respect is a musical celebration of women in America over the past century. From Gershwin’s 1926 standard “Someone to Watch Over Me” to Cyndi Lauper’s 1983 smash “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,”Respect makes for a fun, informative and thoughtprovoking journey through pop music and the women’s rights movement. Created by Vanderbilt professor Dr. Dorothy Marcic, and based on the research for her landmark book Respect: Women and Popular Music, this musical production uses

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Encounter Ocean Creatures at SEA LIFE Arizona SEA LIFE Arizona (5000 South Arizona Mills Circle Tempe, AZ 85282 Thru March 31st Spend a day at SEA LIFE Arizona and explore more than 5,000 creatures, including sharks, rays, seahorses, tropical fish and more. The state may be landlocked, but this aquarium adventure brings the ocean to you. Get hands-on with marine life at the touch pools. Take a walk through the amazing 360-degree ocean tunnel, where you’ll be surrounded by aquatic animals as if you were walking along the ocean floor. Throughout SEA LIFE Arizona you’ll discover fascinating facts about the creatures you see, and you can put your newfound knowledge to the test along the interactive quiz trail. An entire universe of wonder and intrigue is yours for the taking.

Chippendales: Exotic Male Revue for Ladies Only Saturday, Feb. 8th at 9pm Celebrity Theatre, at E Fillmore St (440 N 32nd St Phoenix, AZ 85008) Enjoy the ultimate girls’ night out by attending a performance of the oneand-only Chippendales. These are the guys that made exotic male dancing famous, and they’re still as hunky and talented as ever. Excite all your senses as these handsome performers seduce and entertain, all in good fun. Designed exclusively for women, the

show embraces a wide range of female fantasies to provide a sensuous and fast-paced performance that offers the perfect blend of music, hot dance moves and sensual theatrics. This show is sexy but always tasteful.

Hal Linden: Broadway & Barney Miller Star & His Septet Sunday, Feb 9th at 3pm Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts (1090 South Vulture Mine Road Wickenburg, AZ85390) Jazz Sax Legend Stan Getz Revisited in Concert Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 7:30pm ASU Kerr Cultural Center (6110 N. Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85253) This popular concert celebrates the genius of American jazz saxophonist Stan Getz with exceptional musical performances by Greg Fishman (sax), Judy Roberts (piano), Scott Black (bass) and Pete Swan (drums). Perhaps best remembered for his iconic collaborations with Gilberto Gil, which spawned the worldwide bossa nova hit “The Girl From Ipanema,” Getz’s warm tone and melodic phrasing earned him the nickname “The Sound.” Fishman adds personal insights and anecdotes about Getz, his mentor, to this concert at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center.

A familiar face on TV for the last 50 years -- especially in his iconic role as sitcom cop Barney Miller -- Hal Linden also happens to be a Tony Awardwinning stage actor (The Rothschilds), and an accomplished crooner, clarinet player and big band leader. Throughout the years, he’s continued to create music, touring his cabaretstyle variety show nationwide. Now’s your chance to enjoy Linden’s musical and storytelling talents in person as he performs Broadway, jazz and big band favorites from the Great American Songbook, backed by his ace sevenpiece ensemble.

For its impressive 16th year in operation, Rage in the Cage returns to Celebrity Theatre which certainly offers the best fan seating in Arizona. Seating is in the round with no seat more than 75 feet from the cage.  Celebrity Theater is centrally located with easy freeway access.  Additionally, there is no age restriction for RITC fans under 18.  A full card of exciting mixed martial arts action is in place to kick off Super Bowl weekend. For fight card information, please visit www. Club Doors Open: 6PM Theater Doors Open:  7PM Event Time:  8PM Tickets:  Row 1$75,  Rows 2-3  $50,  Rows 4-7  $40,  Rows 8-13  $35 and Rows 14-25  $30 Tickets now on sale at http:// eventperformances.asp?evt=1477


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Rigo Entertainment presents Latino comedian, actor, writer, producer Paul Rodriguez at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, March 7 at the historic Celebrity Theatre.

The showstopping dunks, amazing ballhandling skills and hilarious antics that made the Harlem Globetrotters legends just got even more fun. This year, the fans (that’s you!) get to vote online to determine which wacky new rules and challenges the Globetrotters will play by, from adding players by scoring baskets to playing with two balls at the same time. With a roster of some of the world’s greatest athletes and entertainers, the Globetrotters have been entertaining young and old alike in more than 25,000 games played around the world.

“50 Shades of Brown” would be Paul Rodriguez’s take on the popular bestselling novel by E. L. James. His multifaceted career includes starring roles and featured appearances in over 45 films and countless television series and comedy specials. Voted one of the most influential Hispanics in America and awarded the Ruben Salazar Award by The National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States, Rodriguez has remained a constant force in his community and the world of comedy throughout his career.

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Rodriguez’s first big break came while doing comedy warm-ups for Norman Lear’s 1982 show “Gloria” starring Sally Struthers. Lear was so impressed, he wrote and developed a weekly series for Rodriguez entitled “a.k.a. Pablo,” which is enshrined at the Smithsonian and holds the distinct honor for being thefirst television show about a Mexican American family on mainstream American television. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.  Tickets ($30, $45 and $70) are on sale now at Celebrity Theatre or online at www. To charge by phone, call 602-267-1600 ext. 1. All tickets are subject to a surcharge. The historic Celebrity Theatre is conveniently located just four blocks south of the Loop 202 freeway, at 440 N. 32nd St., in Phoenix.

CASINO ARIZONA KICKS OFF FEBRUARY WITH THE MUSIC OF LED ZEPPELIN, AEROSMITH AND BON JOVI February 7th thru March 1st at 7:30 pm Casino Arizona welcomes three toptier tribute acts to the Showroom stage this February. The property is getting the party started on Feb 7-8 with Led ZepAgain, a tribute to Led Zeppelin. The musicians are known for their electrifying performances and ability to recreate the sound of the original band. Come see the dynamic concert firsthand when Led ZepAgain plays rock classics including “Stairway to Heaven,” “Immigrant Song” and “Whole Lotta Love.”

Fans will be cryin’ tears of joy on Feb. 21-22 when Aerosmith tribute band, Aeromyth takes on the group’s radio staples. From the wide vocal range to the animated onstage persona, the Aeromyth frontman channels the essence of Steven Tyler perfectly. Rock out to power anthems such as “Walk This Way” and “Dude Looks Like a Lady” as well as the timeless ballad “Don’t Wanna Miss A Thing” for two incredible nights! The Bon Jovi tribute band, Wanted, has mastered the art of impersonation!  Audiences will get to see all the group has to offer when they perform on Feb 28 and March 1. Wanted will keep the crowd on their feet as they perform fan favorites including “Livin’ On A Prayer,” “You Give Love a Bad Name” and “Wanted Dead or Alive.” With a lead singer that accurately imitates charismatic frontman Jon Bon Jovi, the band brings a level of authenticity to each performance that remains unparalleled. Tickets can be purchased for $12 or buy one, get one free with a Players Rewards Club Card. The offer is only valid through Box Office sales. Call (480) 850-7734 or visit for more information.

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catapulted to fame when he introduced his sleeveless Southern character on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour in 2000. Since then, his persona has only gotten bigger and better. Prepare to laugh and “Git R’ Done” when the star of “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas” and the History Channel series, “Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy” takes over the Salt River Grand Ballroom. Tickets for Larry the Cable Guy are on sale now. Please call (480) 850-7777 or visit for more information. Must be 21 or older to attend.

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LIFELIKE February 5 - May 18, 2014 Phoenix Art Museum’s Steele Gallery 1625 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004 The exhibition features 50 contemporary sculptures, paintings, video and photography that thread the line between reality and the most imaginative of illusions. These artworks play with scale, different media and situations. For example, a sleeping bag made from painted bronze and an overstuffed garbage bag made from marble. These works are so detailed and thoughtful, it will have you asking… Is this real?  Cost: Adults $15


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...Continued from page 12 Saturday, March 1st at 7:30pm      The popular Americana trio, Red Molly make their first ever Prescott appearance Saturday March 1 at Prescott Center for the Arts in a concert co-presented with The Folk Sessions. Joining them will be noted Nashville singer-songwriter Robbie Hecht.   Since 2004, Americana trio Red Molly has been bringing audiences to their feet with gorgeous threepart harmonies, crisp musicianship, and their warm, engaging stage presence. The band consists of Laurie MacAllister (bass, banjo), Abbie Gardner (dobro, banjo) and Molly Venter (guitar). This past year, the ladies were invited to open multiple shows for music legend Willie Nelson and they performed at the venerable Rocky Grass festival in CO. Their new CD “Light in the Sky” spent 20 weeks on the Americana Music Association’s Top 40 radio chart and charted as Folk DJ’s #3 Top Album of 2012. Robby Hecht is a romantic realist. He writes melodic and captivating songs that don’t shy away from the complexity of human relationships and delivers them with a smooth tenor that evokes both sorrow and hope. Tickets: (928) 445-3286   www.pca-az. net Presented by PCA and the Folk Sessions

Swanson. It’s about hit-men, but they’re really, really nice ones.  Gus and Tor.  They’re Norwegians, from Minnesota.  It’s also about Olive and Betty, two women who haven’t got over their bad break-ups.  And whose decision-making process is still being negatively affected by said break-ups. “Oh, sure, it can be for those who are hopeful about love,” said director Charlie Steak, “but it’s also just what the doctor ordered if you have a healthy skepticism about the whole thing.” BJ Garrett and Todd Isaac star as Tor and Gus, Brandi Bigley takes the role of Betty and Elizabeth Aethetis performs as Olive in Space 55’s The Norwegians, opening February 14. Space 55, located on Pierce near the Roosevelt Row area, has been coming into its own with a season of strong productions and a healthy roster of rotating late-night shows focusing on storytelling and comedy. 

WOMEN WHO ROCK EXHIBITION Through April 20 at the Musical Instrument Museum Tickets: $7 with museum admission | $10 for exhibition only. Women Who Rock is a groundbreaking and provocative special exhibition created by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, that illustrates the important roles women have played in rock and roll, from its inception through today. This special exhibition of iconic costumes, instruments and artifacts spotlights more than 70 artists.

The Norwegians, by C. Denby Swanson will be performed Fridays and Saturdays from February 14 to March 1, with one Thursday performance on February 20.  All performances are at 8:00 p.m.  Tickets are $15 at www. 

The Irish Rovers bring the fun and lively culture of an Irish pub with them wherever they go. Throughout the years, these international ambassadors of Irish music have maintained their timeless ability to deliver a rollicking, rousing performance of good cheer— one that will soon have you singing and clapping along. Their songs have become anthems of revelry and joy among generation after generation of fans. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the Irish Rovers on their farewell tour!

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The Norwegians premiered last year Off - Broadway in New York to warm reviews. “Who knows whether Ms. Swanson is an original theatrical voice? There is every chance that she wrote ‘The Norwegians’ after falling asleep during a late-night rerun of ‘Fargo.’ But this profane, playfully dark comedy is often hysterical.” Anita Gates, The New York Times

Tuesday, February 4 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $24.50–$29.50 A musical force who reaches into the depths of the Texas blues tradition with the wit of a poet. Hot Club of Cowtown Wednesday, February 5 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $29.50–$37.50 MORE ON THE MONTH AHEAD AT MIM

This hot jazz/western swing trio performs timeless American music with a twist.

Girl Scouts and MIM: Discover Women in Music

Friday Night Unwind

Sunday, February 2 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Friday, February 7 | 5 to 9 p.m.

Tickets: $12 per Girl Scout, $10 per chaperone above the 1:5 ratio

Tickets: Activities included with paid museum admission.

Saturday, February 1st at 7:30 p.m.

Calling all Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors! MIM is inviting Arizona’s Girl Scouts for a fun, informative and musical day at MIM. This special program gives Scouts a look at women in music from around the world —and right here in Phoenix

You made it to Friday! Why not take time to slow down and soak in the start of the weekend? Guests of all ages are invited to “unwind” during extended museum hours at MIM. This month, celebrate the music of the Olympic host country though the Russian Balalaika instrument and vodka tasting!

Sunday, February 2nd at 7 p.m.

Irish Rovers

Innovative acoustic guitar virtuoso Leo Kottke was born in Athens, Georgia, but absorbed a variety of musical influences as a child due to having

Monday, February 3 | 7 p.m.

SPACE 55 PRESENTS THE ARIZONA PREMIERE OF THE OFF-BROADWAY HIT THE NORWEGIANS February 14 – March 1 / Fridays & Saturdays / 8pm LEO KOTTKE Just in time for Valentine’s Day, downtown alt-theatre Space 55 serves up an antidote to the saccharine sweetness of candy, kisses, and bad chocolate.  Opening on February 14 is the Arizona premiere of the offBroadway hit, The Norwegians, a black comedy about how not to get over that special person, written by C. Denby

been raised in 12 different states. Flirting with both the violin and the trombone before trying his hand at the guitar at age 11, Kottke continues to be a longtime influence for musicians in spite of having lost partial hearing in both ears.

Experience Carnival Saturday, February 8 | 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets: $47.50–$57.50 Tickets: All activities included with paid

“You make mistakes, but I don’t have any regrets. I’m the kind of person who takes responsibility for it and deals with it. I learn from everything I do.” Kim Kardashian


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Let MIM immerse you in the sights and sounds of Carnival! Experience the vibrant musical traditions of the Caribbean during our weekend of festivities. A full schedule of activities will be available soon.

a unique vocal harmony. With its haunting songs, mesmerizing vocals and captivating sound, the group has sold more than 15 million records worldwide. Crystal Bowersox Saturday, February 15 | 7:30 p.m.

Girl Scouts @ MIM: Be a Junior Museum Guide!

Tickets: $22.50–$32.50

Saturdays, February 8, 15, 22 and March 1 | 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

This singer-songwriter brought a relaxed, folksy vibe to American Idol.

Tickets: $10.00 per class or $40.00 for all four MIM is excited to announce new educational classes specifically designed for Arizona Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors! Participants will learn about musical cultures from around the world, participate in music making and discover the wide world of MIM. While exploring MIM’s unique galleries and exhibits, girls will train to become Junior Museum Guides. Participants who complete all four classes will have the opportunity to lead group tours for Girls’ Night Out: SOS (Science of Sound) on Friday, March 7.

As SoloDuo, Italian guitarists Matteo Mela and Lorenzo Micheli enjoy exploring early literature for baroque guitar and theorbo, in addition to classical, romantic and modern repertoire. Joined by lutenist Massimo Lonardi, Mela and Micheli have performed throughout Europe, Asia, the United States, Canada and Latin America and have been acclaimed everywhere—from New York’s Carnegie Hall to Seoul’s Sejong Chamber Hall, from Kiev’s Hall of Columns to Vienna’s Konzerthaus—as one of the best ensembles ever heard. MIM Musical Interludes Series featuring: ASU Contemporary Percussion Ensemble

Tickets: Free with museum admission or $7 concert only Presenting a program of exotic rhythms and vibrant colors, drawing from the formative repertoire of the twentieth century and new works by student composers. Alpin Hong Thursday, February 27 | 7:30 p.m. Friday, February 28 | 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $37.50–$42.50 Classical pianist who combines stunning technique with emotional range and rare humor.

Wednesday, February 26 | 10:30 a.m.


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Women Who Rock: Bettye LaVette Sunday, February 16 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $42.50-$47.50 Details coming soon.

Chris Thile Sunday, February 9 | 7 p.m. Tickets: $42.50–$47.50 A child prodigy, Chris Thile first rose to fame as a member of the Grammy Award-winning trio Nickel Creek, with whom he released three albums and sold two million records. As a soloist he has released five albums and worked with other stellar musicians including Edgar Meyer, Mike Marshal, Béla Fleck and Hilary Hahn.

SOS Family Day: The “Science of Sound”

Tickets: Free with museum admission.

Friday, February 14 | 7:30 p.m.

Celebrate the SciTech Festival with a full day of fun family programs focusing on the “Science of Sound”! Fascinating activities include a rare tour of MIM’s Conservation Lab (for those over age 10), a demonstration of the giant octobasse, drumming and sing-along activities for the youngest musicians (ages 2-6), a STEM self-guided activity and lots of special instruments for everyone to try out. Plus, families can hear great music and discover the electric Chapman Stick with musician Linda Cushma, get geeky with some hands-on sound experiments and see a demonstration of mechanical instruments. This program is supported in part by the Junior League of Phoenix.

Tickets: $42.50–$47.50


Clannad takes nearly forgotten traditional Irish songs, often in their native Gaelic language and brings new arrangements to them, creating

Sunday, February 23 | 7 p.m.


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Saturday, February 22 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Watch Artists Working in Studios Daily! Enjoy the Café, Artists’ Marketplace, Weekend Music, Garden Parties, Art Classes and More! 10-Week Show 26540 N Scottsdale Rd at Jomax By MacDonald’s Ranch • Scottsdale 480-837-7163 • 10-week Expo Season Pass $10; $8 for Military & Seniors Open Daily 10am-6pm; Rain or Shine Paula Yates

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Tickets: $29.50–$37.50

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FREE SUNDAY A’FAIR CONCERTS IN THE PARK Selected Sundays Noon – 4 p.m. Outdoors at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Free Admission. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts opened its free Sunday A’Fair outdoor concert series on Sunday, Jan. 12, with performances by Walt Richardson and Dry River Yacht Club from noon to 4 p.m. Ten concerts showcasing more than 20 musical acts are scheduled for selected Sunday afternoons through April 6. The 2014 Sunday A’Fair concert schedule is available at www. or (480) 499-TKTS (8587).

ARCOSANTI RESIDENT ART SHOW February 8 - April 28 Arcosanti Residents Exhibit Range of Pieces at Annual Art Show

LATE NITE CATECHISM Thru March 28 / 8pm Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Tickets $33-$39. Spontaneous, clever and outrageously fun, Late Nite Catechism stars AriZoni Awardwinning actress Patti Hannon as quick-tempered Sister. Ruling her classroom with an iron fist, she teaches her students – who happen to be the audience – everything she knows about sins and saints while doling out rewards and reprimands with lightning speed. Each Late Nite performance is unique and will appeal to people of all ages and faiths.

Arcosanti, Arizona - The residents of Arcosanti will exhibit their art in the Café at Arcosanti from February 8 through April 28, 2014.  A range of original arts and crafts pieces will be available for viewing and for sale from 9am – 5pm each day of the exhibit.    This year, the exhibit will feature sculptures, paintings, ceramics, photographs, computer graphics, metalprints, jewelry, and more.  The dozen or so artists and craftspeople are of diverse backgrounds and ages, all sharing a love of art and Arcosanti life.   

On Saturday, February 8 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, the artists welcome the public for a special reception in the Arcosanti Café to mark the opening of the Art Show, including refreshments and an opportunity to discuss the art work with the artists. Arcosanti Resident Art Show Saturday, February 8 through Monday, April 28 at Arcosanti 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Opening Reception with the Artists Saturday, February 8 in the Arcosanti Cafe 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Free, open to the public. For more information, please visit http://

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see it,” and the Chicago Tribune wrote that RESPECT is “Somewhere between Oprah and Mama Mia! A savvy, self confident good time.”

From “Stand By Your Man” to Aretha’s “R.E.S.P.E.C.T,” the international hit musical Respect: A Musical Celebration of Women returns to Phoenix for a limited engagement to celebrate the exciting story of women in the 20th century through more than 60 Top 40 songs.  The show will run at Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe, from Feb. 5 to March 2.

Performances are Wednesdays at 2 and 7 p.m., Thursdays at 7 p.m., Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 and 8 p.m. and Sundays at 1 and 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $49.50 for balcony seats and $57.50 for orchestra and mezzanine.  Tickets are available at the Herberger Theater Center Box Office at (602) 252-8497 or online  Group discounts are available for 20 or more.

Created by Vanderbilt University professor Dr. Dorothy Marcic based on her book, RESPECT: Women and Popular Music, the show includes hits like “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” “Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend,” “Where The Boys Are,” “I Am Woman” and dozens more up to the present day.  Marcic’s book analyzed Top-40 female song lyrics since 1900. 

This popular, high-energy musical for “Girls (and Guys) Who Just Wanna Have Fun” combines excerpts from 60 songs with women’s owns stories about finding dreams, lost loves, relationship issues and entering the workplace. It’s the story of women from co-dependent to independent and from property of their husbands to presidents of corporations.

“RESPECT is fun! Women Love RESPECT. It’s wildly successful,” wrote the Philadelphia Inquirer.  Patti LaBelle “loved the show.  It was the sound track of my life. Everyone should go

The original version of the show in 1999 featured Marcic, and was developed into a full-scale musical theater production in 2004. The show has now played all over the USA including Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, Green Bay, San Diego, Baltimore, Minneapolis and Coral Springs, FL. as well as around the world in cities including Melbourne and Brisbaine, Australia.



The show is produced by Philip Roger Roy, Dana Matthow and Bud Martin whose been shows at The Herberger Theater have included My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m In Therapy! (2011 - 2012); A Jew Grows In Brooklyn (2008) and My Father’s Jewish & I’m Home for the Holidays (2012). For more information, visit www.

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Support The Arts In Chandler! Restaurants help by donating a percentage of their proceeds to the Chandler Center for the Arts on that day. You help by eating at one or more of the participating restaurants. Funds from Eat Your Art Out Chandler will go to support various programs at the Center including the Free Summer Concert Series and the Connecting Kidz programs. For more information:

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Nick Jr.’s The Fresh Beat Band: Popular Kids’ Band Live in Concert If you’ve got a tiny music lover at home who’s been jonesing to go to a real rock concert, this tot-friendly show is the perfect entry into the live music experience. The Fresh Beat Band are the stars of the Nick Jr. show of the same name about a group of best friends who go to music school together and love to sing and dance. They sing original pop songs, written for kids ages 2-5 that teach music appreciation and how to express your feelings through music, song and dance. Kiki (Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer), Shout (Thomas Hobson), Marina (Tara Perry) and Twist (Jon Beavers) will perform Fresh Beat Band hits from seasons one, two and three of the show.

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Stan Robinson’s ‘Kid Picks’: The Nut Job Parents, this is one you’ll enjoy just as much as the kids! ‘The Nut Job’ follows the adventures of a squirrel named Surly (voiced by Will Arnett), who plans a big ‘caper’, to rob the town’s biggest nut shop, Maury’s Nut Store, in order to help his friends survive the winter.(PG - 86 minutes) Now playing!

Childsplay presents Live Stage Adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat

MIMkids: Musical Adventures Series

Tempe Center for the Arts Thru March 16

Saturdays, February 1, 8, 15, 22 | 10 to 11 a.m. Tickets: $12 per class or $40 for all four Pick up your MIMkids Passport and embark on a musical journey with MIMkids: Musical Adventures Series, an educational program designed for kids ages 6–10. Participants will discover new cultures by actively participating in music making,


creating musical instruments and exploring MIM’s exhibits—with a designated tour guide, of course! Each four-week session focuses on a different continent, giving participants a well-rounded overview of music from around the world and an opportunity to collect MIMkids passport stamps. This session focuses on Latin American music. To register, contact Katherine Palmer at or 480.245.6962 with any questions. Space is limited; reservations are required.

  Childsplay brings the live stage adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat to the Tempe Center for the Arts. Arguably the most famous children’s book of all time, Childsplay is one of only a handful of theatre companies in the United States to perform the adaptation, making this high-energy and hilarious show a “must-see” for Valley families!

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



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





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

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

‘Somewhere Slow’

‘At Middleton’

’12 O’Clock Boys’ Pug, a young boy growing up on a not too glamorous West Baltimore block, and after the sudden death of his older brother, finds solace in a group of illegal dirt bike riders known as The 12 O’Clock Boys who invade the streets and clash with police who are forbidden to chase the bikes for fear of endangering the public. Stan: Although a documentary by the formal definition, filmmaker Lotfy Nathan takes the new coined word ‘Docu-Drama’ to new heights. Actual footage of ‘The Boys’ night riding escapades, conversations with the pursuing police officers, and central character Pug as he grows up over a three year period, gives the viewer a ‘third eye’ glimpse into the factors that include Pug’s environmental/ neighborhood structure as contributing themes of influence of a young boy’s plight. (NR - 76 minutes)

Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga play two strangers who meet on their children’s campus tour at the idyllic Middleton College. What begins as an afternoon of fun soon becomes a revealing and enlightening experience that will change their lives forever. (R - 93 minutes) Joseph: Thanks primarily to a playful performance from star Vera Farmiga; “At Middleton” is - at least for a while - an incredibly charming little romance flick. However, as a result of co-star Andy Garcia’s tooquirky character with whom she has very little chemistry and a story that digs a lot deeper than it should, the movie ends with a thud despite having started out as light as a feather.

Jessalyn Gilsig plays a woman who gets mixed up in a convenience store robbery and makes a splitsecond decision to walk out of her life and into the unknown. On her travels, she meets a teenage drifter (Graham Patrick Martin) on his own journey of self-discovery. (NR - 96 minutes) Joseph: “Somewhere Slow” is a fascinating character study about one woman’s journey from an affected existence that leads her to nothing but unhappiness to a genuine one that grants her an opportunity to experience life for the first time. Actress Jessalyn Gilsig gives an extraordinarily engrossing performance, skillfully using body language and facial expressions to reveal her character’s internal transformation.

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

Actor Andy Garcia (‘At Middleton’) By Joseph J. Airdo

“The conceit is that sometimes in life you can encounter sort of a thunderbolt - that moment when you see or meet someone that can change your life. I think that happens a lot of times. Whether you act upon that or not is a different story. But that is what the movie explores. The movie explores and maybe celebrates the conceit of that magical moment when two people meet and that special thing happens. “I think that is a very romantic notion and a lot of times it can change people’s lives. You can commit the relationship or continue to explore it or [allow it to be] just a moment in time. Whether it is a man or a woman, maybe that person becomes your best friend; but you feel a deep connection right away and you say,

‘I feel like I have known you forever and I really feel that we can be special friends or lovers or partners. This happens all of the time and I think that the movie tries to explore that. “On a personal level, what I take with me is the actual experience as an actor and the experience of making the film creatively with my fellow collaborators - from the director and the producers to Vera [Farmiga] and the [rest of the] cast. I also take great pride in the fact that we set out to tell a story on our own with very little help and we got it done. I think that is a very beautiful thing for all of us who worked hard to do that and all of us who showed up to be a part of this. So that is sort of where I hang my hat.” – Andy Garcia

Behind-the-Scenes - ‘Ride Along’ By Stan Robinson Director Tim Story presents the right blend of comedy, action, and the underlying dramatic theme of relationships in a fast paced, non-stop ride. In ‘Ride Along’, the fast-talking security guard Ben (played by Kevin Hart) joins his brother-in-law James (played by Ice Cube) who’s a police detective, on a 24-hour patrol of Atlanta in order to prove himself worthy of marrying Angela (Tika Sumpter), James’ sister.



Comedian Kevin Hart is, as the saying goes, ‘a very hot commodity of late’. With a co-starring role in 2013’s highly successful ‘Grudge Match’, and also starring in ‘About Last Night’ opening on Valentine’s Day 14 February 2014, as well as appearances on ESPN’s SportsCenter as a guest analyst, ‘Ride

Along’ has more than a few priceless comedic moments. Universal Pictures release (PG-13 - 99 minutes)

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By Santino DeFranco Follow me on twitter @Tinodefranco I haven’t had the fortune of traveling over the Atlantic, through the Mediterranean, and into the fields of ancient Italy (Sicily) that my ancestors called home yet. Will I ever? I don’t know. I feel I should. I mean, I am named after The Godfather movie, so there’s that. But, in actuality, if I ever do make the trek, it will most certainly not be to scour the villages of Sicily that my family left to pursue life in America, or to seek out my past, but to eat myself dizzy on an hourly basis. Since I haven’t had the pleasure of making it to my homeland, I am just going to have to go to La Fontanella Italian restaurant in Phoenix’s Arcadia area for the time being on a very regular basis. I went there with my wife and two small children and we were immediately welcomed like family. The woman who sat us (I believe the owner) was inviting and friendly and suggested we try one of the seafood dishes—my personal favorite at Italian eateries. Don’t get me wrong, I love the standard Italian dishes we have all come to love like everyone else (Chicken Parmesan, Lasagna, Veal Marsala etc.), but there’s a lot more to Italian food than just pizza, cheese, and red sauce. So, I took her advice and I ordered the Chilean Sea Bass served with pasta, bruschetta, and a little broth. I was not disappointed to say it mildly. The fish was tender but flaky with a sweetness to it that not even the Medici family could scare away. My wife ordered the lobster and ricotta filled ravioli dressed with lobster cream veloute’ served with asparagus, that absolutely melted in my mouth. But, don’t despair, we did have a chance to try their homemade rigatoni and homemade marinara sauce as our

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Oklahoma City Thunder at Brooklyn Nets. From Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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The tension between Carrie and Tom (AnnaSophia Robb, Matt Letscher) escalates in the season finale. After Larissa (Freema Agyeman) delivers some news to Carrie, Sebastian (Austin Butler) decides to reveal a secret of his own.

SHARK TANK 8 p.m. on ABC Are you ready for some money? New York Giants co-owner Steve Tisch, who’s also a successful movie producer, is a guest Shark in this new episode.

BLUE BLOODS 9 p.m. on CBS Danny and Baez (Donnie Wahlberg, Marisa Ramirez) are on the case when a drag queen featured on a reality television show is found murdered in a park.

BILLY JOEL: A MATTER OF TRUST — THE BRIDGE TO RUSSIA 10 p.m. on SHOW In August 1987, Billy Joel took his band and his family to what was then still the Soviet Union for an unforgettable performance. This new documentary revisits the trip and all the highs and lows of putting on that landmark show.

APB WITH TROY DUNN 10 p.m. on TNT A man learns the truth about the mother and siblings he’s never met in this new episode, which also finds Troy and his team racing the clock to fulfill a terminally ill woman’s wish.


COLLEGE BASKETBALL 7 p.m. on FSAZ Weber State at Northern Arizona.

NBA BASKETBALL ALL IS LOST The phrase ”one-man show” rarely has been more literal than in Robert Redford’s case in this superb 2013 drama, written and directed by J.C. Chandor (“Margin Call”). The veteran actor puts his own filmmaking smarts to use as the only person on-screen, playing the sailor of a yacht struck by a shipping container. The result is a tense struggle for survival that trades strongly, and successfully, on audience familiarity with Redford’s normally stalwart persona.


A divorcee starts to question her blossoming relationship with a likeminded man after discovering that he is the ex-husband of her new friend.

8:30 p.m. on ESPN Golden State Warriors at Utah Jazz. From EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City.

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7 p.m. on NICK SpongeBob and Patrick go back in time to see the young Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy; SpongeBob and Patrick watch their heroes fight bad guys.

JESSIE 7:05 p.m. on DISNEY When Zuri loses interest in bunnysitting her class pet, Jessie steps in, only to lose the rabbit; Emma has a crush on a school jock and enlists Luke’s help to learn more about sports.

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ADVENTURE TIME 8 p.m. on CARTOON Finn wants to be trained in sword fighting by an old gumball robot.


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As her younger sister’s wedding draws near, an unmarried flight attendant embarks on a cross-country search to find a husband of her own.

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Moyers & Company ’ PBS Washington Week Family Feud (N) Å Cash Cab ’ Å Cash Cab ’ Å Seinfeld Å Seinfeld ’ Å Community ’ Å Access Hollywood (N) Cops Reloaded Å TELE Family Feud (N) Å Por Siempre Mi Amor (N) (SS) Lo Que la Vida Me Robó (N) (SS) Qué Pobres Tan Ricos (N) (SS) Noticias Univisión Noticiero Uni Familia-Suerte UNI Cable Channels The First 48 “Southwick; Devil’s Doorway” The First 48 “Brutal Business” Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å A&E The First 48 The creator of a dance is killed. ››› “Dolphin Tale” (2011) Harry Connick Jr. People band together to save a dolphin’s life. ABC FAM ››› “Holes” (2003, Adventure) Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight. A woman forces boys at a detention camp to dig holes. ›››› “Braveheart” (1995) Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau. A Scottish rebel rallies his countrymen against England. Å AMC (6:00) ››› “Batman Begins” (2005, Action) Christian Bale, Michael Caine, Liam Neeson. Å “The Last Fall” (2012, Drama) Lance Gross, Nicole Beharie. An NFL player struggles with life after his career is over. Å Being Mary Jane BET 106 & Park: BET’s Top 10 Live (N) Å The Real Housewives of Atlanta › “Gone in Sixty Seconds” (2000, Action) Nicolas Cage. A retired thief must steal 50 cars to save his brother. BRAVO The Real Housewives of Atlanta Adventure Time Teen Titans Go! NinjaGo: Masters NinjaGo: Masters King of the Hill Å The Cleveland Show American Dad Å CARTOON (6:00) Open Season 3 Steven Universe (:10) ›› “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” (2012) Ian McKellen. Premiere. Bilbo Baggins joins the quest to reclaim a lost kingdom. ’ Banshee “Bloodlines” CINEMAX (6:20) › “Wrath of the Titans” (2012) ’ Crossfire Unguarded Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown (N) Anderson Cooper 360 Å Crossfire CNN Piers Morgan Live (N) (Live) Tosh.0 Å The Colbert Report Daily Show Futurama ’ Å Futurama ’ Å Tosh.0 Å Tosh.0 Å Key & Peele Å COMEDY South Park Å The Movie Loft Paid Program Paid Program COX 7 College Basketball Grand Canyon at Chicago State. Gold Rush Todd faces eviction. ’ Å Gold Rush: Pay Dirt “Fantasy Land” (N) Å Gold Rush “Medevac” (N) ’ Å Bering Sea Gold (N) DISC Gold Rush “Death of a Dream” ’ Å Austin & Ally ’ Å A.N.T. Farm ’ Å Jessie ’ Å “Cloud 9” (2014) Dove Cameron. Two snowboarders inspire each other. (:40) Liv & Maddie ’ Good Luck Charlie ’ DISNEY (:05) Jessie ’ Å Keeping Up With the Kardashians E! News (N) Keeping Up With the Kardashians Fashion Police “The 2014 Grammy Awards” RichKids of Beverly E! NBA Basketball Golden State Warriors at Utah Jazz. From EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) ESPN (6:00) NBA Basketball Oklahoma City Thunder at Brooklyn Nets. (N) Eat Street (N) Å Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Diners, Drive FOOD Eat Street (N) Å Hannity (N) The O’Reilly Factor Å The Kelly File Hannity FNC The Kelly File (N) Women’s Soccer Friendly: USA vs. Canada. (N) (Live) Å FOX Sports Live (N) (Live) Å FOX Super Bowl Daily Å FOX Sports Live (N) FS1 UFC Countdown (N) Fight Sports: KNOCKOUTS! World Poker Tour FSAZ College Basketball Weber State at Northern Arizona. (N) (Live) How I Met/Mother How I Met/Mother How I Met/Mother How I Met/Mother › “What Happens in Vegas” (2008) Cameron Diaz. Two strangers awake together and find they are married. FX (:12) FXM Presents ››› “True Grit” (2010, Western) Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, Josh Brolin. Å (:42) FXM Presents Pelham 123 FXM (6:00) ››› “True Grit” (2010) Å PGA Tour Golf Waste Management Phoenix Open, Second Round. GOLF (5:30) PGA Tour Golf Waste Management Phoenix Open, Second Round. From TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz. True Detective Quesada warns Hart and Cohle. True Detective Cohle looks over old case files. Real Time, Bill HBO ›› “Mission: Impossible” (1996, Action) Tom Cruise, Jon Voight. ’ Å Hunters Int’l Hunters Int’l Hunters Int’l Renovation Realities Renovation Realities Renovation Realities Renovation Realities House Hunters Å HGTV Hunters Int’l Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars Å Counting Cars Å Counting Cars Å Counting Cars Å Counting Cars Å Counting Cars Å HISTORY (6:00) The Crumbling of America Å Wife Swap “Stockdale/Tonkovic” ’ Å “Murder on the 13th Floor” (2012, Suspense) Sean Patrick Thomas, Jordan Ladd. 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6:30 a.m. on SHOW A French shopkeeper and a filmmaker try to document the graffiti artist known as Banksy, only to have him turn the camera back on them.

RAY 7 a.m. on CINEMAX Blind since childhood, Ray Charles overcomes poverty, hardship and addiction and becomes an American music legend.



Animated. After years of losing to his adversary, an arcade-game character grows tired of always being the bad guy and takes matters into his own hands to finally become a hero.

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A clue to mankind’s origins leads a team of explorers to deep space, where they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.



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3 p.m. on HBO World-famous pianist Liberace takes much-younger Scott Thorson as a lover, but the relationship deteriorates when Liberace takes other bedmates and Thorson becomes addicted to drugs.

Conflict between two sisters arises when one expresses her disapproval of the other’s fiance during a weekend visit.

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THE PLACE BEYOND THE PINES 2 a.m. on HBO In upstate New York, two men, and later, their sons must deal with the unforeseen consequences of their actions.

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What’s ONTV! Saturday? RECOMMENDATIONS 2 BROKE GIRLS 7 p.m. on CBS When she learns that Candy Andy closed his shop after she broke up with him, Caroline (Beth Behrs) consults a psychic to find out what the future holds for her love life in “And the Psychic Shakedown.”

MOM 7:30 p.m. on CBS Ever have one of those days where everyone and everything gets on your nerves? Christy (Anna Faris) knows all about that; everyone she knows is testing her patience.

BEST OF LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON PRIMETIME SPECIAL 8 p.m. on NBC As Jimmy Fallon prepares to take over for Jay Leno as host of “The Tonight Show,” this new special presents memorable moments from his run as host of “Late Night.”

EPIC 8:15 p.m. on HBO A star-packed voice cast again fuels an animated fantasy, with Amanda Seyfried speaking the words of a teen who’s magically shrunk down to enter the world of a tiny populace. The residents are trying to protect their home from arrow-firing enemies.

BLACK SAILS 10 p.m. on STARZ As the series continues, Flint (Toby Stephens) unmasks a thief on his crew. Silver (Luke Arnold) hides out in a brothel with Max (Jessica Parker Kennedy). Eleanor (Hannah New) has a difficult decision to make.

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Animated. A canine outcast helps guide a sled of medical supplies to desperately ill children in an Alaskan village.

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Though her parents expect her to marry a wealthy suitor, young Jane Austen becomes involved with a penniless lawyer who inspires her future writings.


Acclaimed account of the gun-toting bank robbers and the trail of terror they blazed through the Southwest in the ’30s.


An unexpected odyssey rolls out when a filmmaker’s brother begins receiving unusually advanced paintings from a girl, supposedly 8 years old.


Animated. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy encounter an ambitious hunter who is searching for the Abominable Snowman in the Himalayas.


COLLEGE BASKETBALL 10 a.m. on ESPN Ohio State at Wisconsin.

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Marquette at St. John’s. Kentucky at Missouri.

During Sleepover Dream Night, the gang just wants to sleep but a strange noise prevents it.

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Baylor at Oklahoma State.

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Jessie enrolls Luke in a dance class but Luke decides to replace doing homework with dance practice.

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Michigan State vs. Georgetown. From New York, N.Y.

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Kansas at Texas.

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When Dixon breaks up with Olive for another girl, Chyna tries to cheer her up.

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Four couples find that paradise comes at a price when they must participate in therapy sessions at a tropical resort.


Animated. As he tries to execute a fiendish plot to steal the moon, a supervillain meets his match in three little orphan girls who want to make him their dad.

Duke at Syracuse.

NBA BASKETBALL 6:30 p.m. on ESPN Miami Heat at New York Knicks. From Madison Square Garden in New York.

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Network Channels 20/20 ’ Å ABC15 News at 10 (N) (:35) Castle A man collapses in Castle’s pool. ABC ››› “Blades of Glory” (2007, Comedy) Will Ferrell. Rival male skaters compete as a pair. ’ Mom ’ Å 48 Hours ’ Å 48 Hours ’ Å CBS 5 News at 10 (N) (:35) Leverage Parker is trapped. Å CBS 2 Broke Girls Å The Middle ’ Å The Middle ’ Å How I Met/Mother How I Met/Mother SAF3 Refugees in a shipping container. (N) ’ Futurama ’ Å Futurama ’ Å Unsealed: Alien Files CW FOX 10 News at 9pm (N) ’ Å FOX 10 News at 10pm On the Red Carpet (N) Animation Domination FOX NFL Honors (N) ’ Best of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Primetime Special Highlights from the show. ’ Å 12 News at 10pm (N) (:29) Saturday Night Live (N) ’ Å NBC Chicago Fire ’ Å Keeping Up As Time Goes By ’ Last of Summer Wine To the Manor Born Lark Rise to Candleford ’ Å Austin City Limits (N) PBS The Lawrence Welk Show Family Feud ’ Å Bloopers ’ Å Bloopers ’ Å Seinfeld ’ Å Seinfeld “The Susie” M*A*S*H Å M*A*S*H Å Dog the Bounty Hunter TELE Family Feud ’ Å Sábado Gigante (N) (SS) Noticias Univisión Noticiero Estrellados (N) (SS) UNI Cable Channels Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Bad Ink Å Andrew Mayne A&E Bad Ink Å ›› “We Are Marshall” (2006) Matthew McConaughey. A new coach struggles to rebuild a college football team. ABC FAM (6:30) ››› “Remember the Titans” (2000, Drama) Denzel Washington, Will Patton. ›› “Invincible” (2006) Mark Wahlberg, Greg Kinnear. Premiere. The story of football’s Vince Papale. Å AMC (5:00) ›››› “Braveheart” (1995, Historical Drama) Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau. Å ›› “The Longshots” (2008, Docudrama) Ice Cube, Keke Palmer. A girl becomes a Pop Warner quarterback. Å BET (6:30) “Hurricane Season” (2009) Forest Whitaker. Displaced students form a basketball team. To Be Announced ››› “The Bourne Identity” (2002) Matt Damon. Premiere. An amnesiac agent is marked for death after a botched hit. BRAVO Vanderpump Rules “Bitch Slap” Uncle Grandpa ››› “Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins” (2009, Comedy) Robbie Amell, Kate Melton. King of the Hill Å King of the Hill Å Family Guy ’ Å CARTOON Steven Universe (:25) › “Big Daddy” (1999, Comedy) Adam Sandler. ’ Å Banshee “Bloodlines” ’ Å Hobbit-Unexpected CINEMAX (6:25) ›› “Con Air” (1997) Nicolas Cage, John Cusack. ’ Å CNN Special Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown Anthony Bourd. CNN Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown ››› “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” (2010) Michael Cera. A slacker contends with his new girlfriend’s exes. Å COMEDY (6:30) ››› “Superbad” (2007, Comedy) Jonah Hill, Michael Cera. Å The Movie Loft Paid Program Paid Program COX 7 College Basketball Grand Canyon at Chicago State. MythBusters ’ Å MythBusters Myths that can be tried at home. Treehouse Masters ’ Å Treehouse Masters ’ DISC Moonshiners ’ Å Dog With a Blog Å Jessie ’ Å Jessie ’ Å Good Luck Charlie ’ I Didn’t Do It ’ Å Dog With a Blog Å A.N.T. Farm ’ Å Mighty Med ’ Å DISNEY Dog With a Blog Å Keeping Up With the Kardashians E! News ›› “Maid in Manhattan” (2002, Romance-Comedy) Jennifer Lopez, Ralph Fiennes. RichKids of Beverly E! SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) ESPN (6:30) NBA Basketball Miami Heat at New York Knicks. (N) (Live) Diners, Drive Diners, Drive Chopped Fruit and root in the first basket. Chopped Hearts of palm and rabbit escabeche. Chopped FOOD Chopped Making pie work with venison. Red Eye Huckabee Justice With Judge Jeanine Stossel FNC Justice With Judge Jeanine (N) (6:00) UFC 169: Barao vs. Faber - Prelims (N) Motorcycle Racing Monster Energy Supercross: Anaheim. (N) (Live) Å FOX Sports Live (N) FS1 Suns Live! Post Game Suns Live! Post Game To Be Announced College Basketball FSAZ NBA Basketball Charlotte Bobcats at Phoenix Suns. From US Airways Center in Phoenix. (N) (Live) (6:00) ›› “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009) Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox. ›› “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” (2011) Shia LaBeouf. The Decepticons renew their battle against the Autobots. FX (:37) FXM Presents ›› “The Express” (2008) Dennis Quaid, Rob Brown. Born poor, Ernie Davis becomes a star football player. Å FXM (6:00) ›› “The Express” (2008) Dennis Quaid, Rob Brown. Å PGA Tour Golf Waste Management Phoenix Open, Third Round. From TPC Scottsdale in Scottsdale, Ariz. GOLF European PGA Tour Golf Omega Dubai Desert Classic, Third Round. (:15) ›› “Epic” (2013) Voices of Colin Farrell, Josh Hutcherson. Premiere. ’ Å True Detective Cohle looks over old case files. Girls “Only Child” (N) HBO (6:30) ›› “Parental Guidance” (2012) ’ Hunters Int’l House Hunters Å Hunters Int’l Property Brothers “Morgan & Kristin” Å Property Brothers “Rose & Giancarlo” Å House Hunters Å HGTV House Hunters Å Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars “Air Mail” Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars Å Pawn Stars Å HISTORY Modern Marvels “Wood” Å “The Gabby Douglas Story” (2014, Docudrama) Regina King, S. Epatha Merkerson. Premiere. Beyond the Headlines LIFE ›› “Madea’s Family Reunion” (2006, Comedy) Tyler Perry, Blair Underwood. Wild ’n Out Wild ’n Out Wild ’n Out MTV Special ’ ›› “ATL” (2006) Tip Harris. Four Atlanta teens face challenges. MTV Wild ’n Out SpongeBob ››› “Ice Age” (2002) Voices of Ray Romano. Premiere. ’ Å To Be Announced Full House ’ Å NICK SpongeBob SquarePants Patrick cannot afford a vacation. ’ Å Episodes “Episode 3” Shameless “Like Father, Like Daughter” Å (:05) ›› “Man on a Ledge” (2012, Suspense) Sam Worthington, Elizabeth Banks. ’ Å Shaq SHOW Billy Joel: Trust (8:50) Black Sails “I.” ’ Å Black Sails Flint reveals a thief on his crew. (N) Black Sails “II.” Å STARZ (:05) › “After Earth” (2013, Science Fiction) Jaden Smith, Will Smith. ’ Å ›› “The Day After Tomorrow” (2004) Dennis Quaid. Premiere. SyFy (5:30) Drive Angry Å ›› “Pitch Black” (2000) Radha Mitchell, Vin Diesel. Vicious creatures stalk the survivors of a spaceship crash. 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During the Iran hostage crisis, an extraction specialist in the CIA poses as a Hollywood film producer to rescue six Americans who eluded Iranian militants and found refuge with the Canadian ambassador.

COCOON 9:30 a.m. on STARZ Ron Howard’s Oscar-winning tale about Florida retirees who find the fountain of youth in a pool filled with alien pods.

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CRASH 2 a.m. on SHOW Racial tensions collide in a collection of intertwined stories involving residents of Los Angeles.

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HOT FUZZ 5:30 a.m. on CINEMAX A British constable feels certain foul play is afoot when a series of grisly accidents rocks his quiet village.

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NEW GIRL 8:30 p.m. on FOX Prince — yes, that Prince — guest stars as himself in this special post-Super Bowl airing. A chance encounter with the music legend leads to Jess and Cece (Zooey Deschanel, Hannah Simone) getting invited to a party at his mansion.

MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! 8:58 p.m. on PBS In the new episode “Sherlock, Series III: His Last Vow,” a woman (Lindsay Duncan) asks Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) to retrieve some letters from Charles Augustus Magnussen (Lars Mikkelsen), a master of blackmail.

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE 9 p.m. on FOX While working with Amy (Melissa Fumero) on a hotel robbery investigation, Jake (Andy Samberg) feels betrayed when he discovers she’s considering a move to the Special Crimes unit.

CHOPPED 10 p.m. on FOOD It’s all about pizza in this new episode. In the appetizer round, one of the chefs takes a risk by interpreting the theme loosely, then the entree round requires the contestants to include some unconventional toppings on their pies.






A doctor’s teenage daughter gets slinky with the dance teacher at a Catskills resort in the summer of 1963.

7 p.m. on NICK Mr. Krabs wants to manage SpongeBob and Patrick as a tag team wrestling duo; SpongeBob searches for a rare trading card.


After succeeding her sister Mary to the throne in 1558, Elizabeth I rules Britain for more than 40 years.



Things keep getting worse after a young matchmaker finds a mate for a simple young woman in rural 1800s England.

7:30 p.m. on NICK Mr. Krab is forced to give out free food to win back customers; SpongeBob needs all of his friends to help him remodel his pineapple.


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Suns Great Being NBA’s David By: Greg Esposito, Columnist, If you ever have a chance to tour the Phoenix Suns Clubhouse on level zero of US Airways Center, you might notice a few personal touches in the players’ lockers. Most of the time it is the mundane like forward Channing Frye’s University of Arizona banner or rookie Archie Goodwin’s University of Kentucky memorabilia. Sometimes it’s the more humorous like a Coach Jeff Hornacek bobblehead gathering dust. Then other times it is an item that makes you think. Recently just such an item could be seen in many of the Suns’ lockers. No, don’t worry, it’s nothing embarrassing like a Justin Bieber song on a player’s phone. It was actually a book by Malcolm Gladwell entitled David and Goliath. The book, which chronicles the ways underdogs and misfits have defied the odds over the years, was a gift from assistant coaches Mark West and Irv Roland. It was given as a tool to help motivate the team and show them how sometimes the road less traveled is the perfect road to find yourself on. Even prior to reading it, that’s been the

case for the 2013-14 Suns. Despite national pundits picking them to finish last in the NBA’s Western Conference and throwing around the word “tank” like it was going out of style faster than twerking, this young and energetic crew, led by Head Coach Jeff Hornacek, have overcome the odds. Something that forward Gerald Green and his teammates attribute to staying dedicated and following their leaders’ examples. “We’ve got to stay humble,” Green said. “We’ve got to continue to work. We just have to listen to coach. He has given us great guidance and a great path to follow. As long as we follow his lead success is right around the corner.” That success has come as the team has played the David role while seemingly every team they faced, at least in analysts’ minds, were Goliath. Being under appreciated is not overly surprising for a team coming off a 25-win season. The thing is, this isn’t last season’s Suns. In fact, it’s probably more like your father’s Suns, or at least the Suns of your childhood. That’s because, thanks to the hiring of Hornacek, General Manager Ryan McDonough and the addition of 10 new members on the roster, there is a new philosophy. One that will evoke memories of the past faster than the offense the team runs. See, they say that speed can’t be taught. You either have it or you don’t. It comes naturally in Phoenix. From Connie Hawkins’ unique brand of basketball in the team’s infancy to the Sunderella Suns, the Cotton Express, KJ and Barkley’s Purple Gang from Phoenix, and the “seven seconds or less” teams, fast paced has always been synonymous with Suns. It is the reason why this season’s team feels so natural for fans to fall in love with. They run early and run often. Which is why they rank first in the NBA in fastbreak points per game and, at least unofficially, in highlight plays that get fans on their feet. Speed might not be able to be taught, but it can be passed down from generation to generation. It can be inherited. It can be in your DNA. It can simply be what you’re about. For Hornacek’s Suns team, it’s how they’re defying the odds, catching the nation’s attention and igniting the future of basketball in the Valley. That speed


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and excitement comes in the form of the breathtaking and gravity defying dunks and improbable three pointers that land forward Gerald Green on SportsCenter’s Top 10 list on a regular basis. It is encapsulated by the unexpected comeback from a heart virus that kept big man Channing Frye off the court all of last season and his amazing play since returning. It is fueled by the surgeon like precision of plays run by guard Goran Dragic. The explosive drives to the hoop by Eric Bledsoe, when healthy, and the impressive emergence of center Miles Plumlee who went from playing 55 minutes in his rookie season last year in Indiana to having the 10th most dunks in the NBA in his sophomore season. It’s not just their propensity for playing at a faster pace than a NASCAR race that has helped them shatter expectations and capture imaginations. The team’s ability to work hard and never surrender despite what could seem like insurmountable odds has been a huge reason for their resurgence. It is something Dragic is the embodiment of. “I just try to battle,” Dragic said. “I try to be positive. I’m from Slovenia so back home it’s no excuse if you’re tired. Even when I was growing up, my father always said there’s going to be some hard days so you have to go through that. You can sleep after the thing that you do, if it’s work or a basketball game.” It’s that type of attitude, which is a teamwide phenomenon, that has helped the Suns not only overcome season expectations, but in game adversity, as well. The little team that could has proven that no opponent’s lead is safe. In November the Suns came back after trailing by 16 to Portland and 14 to New Orleans early in contests to win. The following month, in December, the Suns erased a 21 point Denver lead to win by four. And in January they had a 20 point swing going from trailing by 13 to the Lakers to winning by seven not to mention coming back from down 20 in Cleveland to win by nine.. Their hard work has also translated to career years for many players. Dragic, Green, Markieff Morris, Marcus Morris, Miles Plumlee, P.J. Tucker and Eric Bledsoe are all averaging career-highs in points per game. When you put all the pieces together it becomes clear how the little guy no one expected much from could achieve great things. If they keep it up, maybe they could find themselves in the pages of the second edition of David and Goliath. Crazier things have happened, like everyone who has ever defied the odds.

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If he keeps emotions in check, Chan golden in Sochi This time, Patrick Chan vows, it will be different. This time, he won’t flub the landing on his opening triple axel or stumble through easy routines. And if anything doesn’t go right, he won’t become flustered and earn a penalty by finishing after the music. The costly mistakes of four years ago in Vancouver have become lessons well learned for Canada’s seven-time national figure skating champion, lessons he hopes to use to his advantage beginning this week at the XXII Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. The 23-year-old Torontonian wound up finishing a disappointing fifth in his Olympics debut in 2010 in a performance so unlike the usual technical, athletic and artistic mastery he’s displayed elsewhere. The three-time defending World Champion would appear to be coming into Sochi in fine form, having dominated the field last month in Ottawa to win his seventh consecutive Canadian title. He also earned gold medals at Skate Canada in Saint John, New Brunswick, in October and Trophee Eric Bompard in Paris in November. If there’s a blemish on his recent record, it’s the uneven performance that garnered him a silver at December’s Grand Prix Final in Japan. There is much anticipation surrounding Canada’s men’s team, and Chan is a big reason for that. Now, if he can keep his emotions under control, success in Canada could give way to success on the world’s biggest stage. Coverage of figure skating begins Thursday, Feb. 6, on NBC.

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MACK NEWTON ON… Trade-Offs I was recently having a conversation with a close friend, when she mentioned to me that all of life was a trade-off of sorts and we all needed to become good traders. She went on to mention that in life, we’re all trading one form of power for another… and I agreed, but I still had questions. As with many of the conversations I engage in, this one got me to questioning whether or not I really agreed with her and if I did, what kind of trader was I? To help me in my thought process, I decided to center this debate on my business, my relationships and certainly on my ongoing quest for self-improvement. Ok, here goes… in your personal life, your goal is to increase your return through your various trades on your efforts, your outputs and your energy. Your trading capital is your mental, emotional and physical energy. Your job is to get the highest possible return on the investment of yourself and your energies in your work and in your life. So, I guess I do agree…in a way, all of life is a trade. You are continually trading your time and your life for the results and the rewards that are important to you and that you value and enjoy. At any given time, you can look around yourself and total up the tangible and intangible assets of your life to determine just how well you have traded your time up until now. To give the concept a bit more spice, every time I use the word ‘time’, you can substitute the word ‘life’, if you like and see if that

changes your perspective on our little game. For example, if you are 30 years old and you have been working for 10 years and your net worth $40,000.00, you have traded each of those working years for $4,000.00. Is this a good trade, or not? I mean, if someone offered you $4,000.00 per year plus expenses to work for them, would you take it? Probably not. But, if you’ve only accumulated $4,000.00 per year for the last 10 years, that’s the kind of trade you’ve been making. However, one of the most important rules of success that I adhere to is this… it doesn’t matter where you’re coming from, all that really matters is where you’re headed. This is how I see it, if you’re not happy with how well you’ve traded in the past, it’s up to you to decide how to trade differently in the future. If you’re not happy with your current return on your invested energy and time, again, it’s up to you to improve the quantity and quality of your services and to concentrate your energy single-mindedly on where you can get a higher return in the future. Through my years of training in Tae KwonDo, I’ve learned that in concentrating your powers, your ability to think, to decide and then discipline yourself to deploy your energies for a higher and better return is very important to your eventual success and happiness. Once you’ve focused yourself on completing high-value, high-return tasks, you’ll get more energy and over time, you’ll create new and better habits that will serve you well. In fact, eventually you’ll lose patience with low-value activities and will only concentrate on activities that are more rewarding. In short, you’ll be a better trader. -Mack Newton Mack Newton is an 8th Degree Black Belt, Senior Master Instructor, Global Tae Kwon-Do Federation International and Chairman of the World Technical Committee

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AZW Super Bowl XLVIII Preview For just the second time in 20 years, the Super Bowl features a match-up of top seeds. Super Bowl XLVIII pits the best offense in the NFL against the best defense. The oddsmakers have made the Broncos slight favorites at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. You can’t turn on the television without a breakdown of what might happen on the field. Here’s a non-biased take on how the two teams measure up and what to expect come the biggest game in all the land…

The Seahawks advanced to the franchise’s second Super Bowl with a 23-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Seattle (15-3, 12-6 ATS) boasts the league’s best pass defense and will test Manning and the Broncos’ topranked passing offense. The Super Bowl betting total was set at 47.5, and weather could play a factor. The game will be played outside at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Twelve of Seattle’s 18 games stayed UNDER the total this season. In contrast, 11 of Denver’s 18 games have gone OVER the total.

OFFENSE The Seahawks are going to try to establish their physical dominance with their power running game. Marshawn Lynch ran for 1.257 yards and 12 touchdowns this season, and his drive and power can wear down the most physical defenses. Golden Tate is a solid receiver who caught 64 passes for 898 yards and five touchdowns, while Doug Baldwin and tight end Zach Miller are solid playmakers as well. The Broncos have more gamechanging offensive weapons than any team in the league. When Manning attacks, he is going to look for Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas downfield. Wes Welker is one of the most reliable possession types in the league, while tight end Julius Thomas is an X-factor who can keep drives alive. Running back Knowshon Moreno is a solid runner who takes pressure off of Manning.

Supporters of the Seahawks have seen them go 15-3 and 12-6 ATS so far this season, while the Broncos are at 15-3 and 11-7 ATS. In totals betting, the Broncos are 11-7, while the Seahawks are 6-12. The Seahawks were a 23-17 winner in their most recent outing at home against the 49ers. They covered the 4-point spread as favorites, while the total score (40) made winners of UNDER bettors. Peyton Manning led the way last time out for the Broncos, connecting for 400 passing yards and a 26-16 victory over the Patriots at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. interior and never let LeGarrette Blount get started. While the Broncos ranked 26th against the pass, they will attempt to slow down the Seahawks with hardhitting linebacker Danny Trevathan and safety Duke Ihenacho.

DEFENSE This is the Seahawks’ most decisive advantage in this game. They are a big, strong, nasty and physical defense that is led by its Legion of Boom secondary. Richard Sherman has eclipsed Darrelle Revis at the top cover corner in the game, while free safety Earl Thomas is a dominant hitter. The linebacking crew of Bobby Wagner (team-high 120 tackles), K.J. Wright and Malcolm Smith is quite underrated. The Broncos shut down the Patriots’ running game because they controlled the line of scrimmage. Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton dominated the

Championship game victory over the Patriots, he was seemingly fighting for his legacy in his battle with Tom Brady. Manning came through with flying colors, throwing for 400 yards and dictating the outcome. Manning threw 55 TD passes this year and he is the game’s pre-eminent quarterback.

QUARTERBACK The Seahawks were the NFL’s best team in the regular season and they have continued to assert themselves in the playoffs. They continue to feed off of Russell Wilson’s athleticism and creativity. Wilson’s production has slowed in recent games with five TD passes in his last six games, but his ability to scramble, buy time and make big plays late could prove to be the difference maker in the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning was not only fighting to get his team to the Super Bowl when he led the Broncos to their AFC

KEY FACTORS Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos are 1.5-point favorites heading into the contest. The Broncos (15-3, 11-7 ATS) finished strong, covering the spread in seven of their last 10 games and setting an NFL record for points scored in a season. Denver went 4-0 straight-up and against the spread versus NFC opponents this season. The Broncos were the only team to be favored in every game this season.

Offensively, the game matches up Denver’s No. 1-ranked offense (36.44 PPG) against a Seahawks defense that ranks No. 1 at 14.61 PPG. The Broncos passing attack has averaged 337.44 yards per game, more than the Seahawks give up through the air (177.78 YPG on average). In comparing defenses, the Seahawks own the league’s No. 12-rated front 7 in terms of stopping the run, allowing 109.5 yards per game when on the road. Denver, on the other hand, rates No. 19 this week in generating rushing yards at home.

SUPER SUMMARY IN A SENTENCE Break out the jerseys, a few cold ones and loads of chips and dip, as Super Bowl XLVIII is shaping up to be a good one!

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MetLife Stadium, the site of Super Bowl XLVIII, has everything the NFL wants in a venue, with one exception: climate control. The NY/NJ Super Bowl Committee is proudly promoting the Feb. 2 NFL title game as the first outdoor, cold weather Super Bowl. MetLife Stadium, which opened in 2010 and is home to both the New York Giants and New York Jets, has everything but a roof. In terms of capacity it can put more than 82,000 fans in seats. That’s more than any other NFL stadium and is second only to Washington’s FedEx field, that with standing room, can hold 85,000 football fans. MetLife Stadium has more than 10,000 club seats and 218 luxury suites. It was built with numerous “green” initiatives involving everything from water conservation to nearby wetland protection. Transportation to the venue is as simple as it gets. Fans from New York City and surrounding suburbs in New York and New Jersey (and even Connecticut) can hop on either the New Jersey Turnpike or choose between train and bus options. But once they get there, at least in February, they’d better be prepared for cold weather. Or, should they? Average temperatures for East Rutherford, New Jersey in early February hover around 40 degrees for a high and 24 degrees for a low. That’s not bad football weather by any means. Like anywhere else, however, there are extremes of both warmer and colder temperatures. The former Giants Stadium, which existed next door to MetLife, was known for high winds, and in the Northeast in February, anything is possible when it comes to snowfall. Imagine a big nor’easter bearing down on the East Coast around kickoff time. The NFL, and especially Commissioner Roger Goodell, rolled the dice when they awarded MetLife Stadium Super Bowl XLVIII. The New York metro area is steeped in football history and the city is an obvious attraction for all the formalities surrounding the big game. Other than a domed stadium, it’s the perfect venue for all the fanfare surrounding the Super Bowl, even if it’s not in a warmer climate. The NFL, meanwhile, will keep their fingers crossed that Mother Nature cooperates. And what if she doesn’t? Most agree that the season’s biggest game should be played on a neutral field with no adverse conditions. But then again, as Northeast natives know, it wouldn’t surprise anyone to see another Ice Bowl such as what took place in Green Bay in 1967, or in more recent memory, the 2001 Snow Bowl, which was highlighted by Tom Brady’s famous tuck rule play. Those were playoff games, but with the Super Bowl in MetLife Stadium, in February, a similar weather event could make sports history.

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Through Super Bowl XLVII, 31 of the championship games have been played in an open-air stadium. Of those 31, none have been played in a city where the high temperature was lower than 43 degrees. But those games weren’t played in East Rutherford, N.J., the controversial site of Super Bowl XLVIII, where the average high temperature on Feb. 2 is 39 degrees. Over the past 10 years on Feb. 2, temperatures in East Rutherford around 6:30pm – the approximate kickoff time for the big game – have ranged from the low 20s to the mid-40s. So what if it is cold for the game? Perhaps surprisingly, cold weather doesn’t usually have much of an effect on NFL games. According to STATS LLC, since 1991 the average combined score for games in 70-plus degree weather is 42.5 points and drops less than two points, to 41 points per game, when the temperature is below 40 degrees. The kicking game, however, could suffer as kickers make 66.8 percent of their field goal attempts when it is at least 70 degrees and just 58.1 percent in sub40 degree weather. Snow, on the other hand, could be more of an issue. It has never snowed during an outdoor Super Bowl but it has snowed twice on game day, both times in Detroit: at the Silverdome in 1982 and Ford Field in 2006. The possibility of snow exists for East Rutherford, as February is the area’s snowiest month.

However, it has snowed on Feb. 2 in just 18 percent of the years between 1931 and 2013, according to data for nearby Newark, N.J. Another factor to look out for – regardless of the game-time temperature – is wind. MetLife Stadium’s predecessor, Giants Stadium, was notorious for its swirling winds that caused problems for quarterbacks and especially kickers. In the first few seasons at MetLife the wind hasn’t seemed to play as much of a factor as it did at the old stadium, despite being adjacent to the former facility’s site, but the winds in New Jersey typically are stronger during the winter than other times of the year due to stronger temperature and pressure differences. For the record, the strongest sustained wind recorded during an outdoor Super Bowl has been 15 mph with the strongest recorded gust being 30 mph during Super Bowl XIV at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. If the game, and the week of festivities leading up to it, goes off without major weather issues, it could pave the way for other cold weather locales – Lambeau Field, perhaps? – to host the game outdoors. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, it’ll likely go down as a one-and-done experiment for Commissioner Roger Goodell and the league.

address: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr., East Rutherford, N.J. 07073 Primary tenants: New York Jets, New York Giants seating capacity: 82,566 Playing surface: UBU Sports’ Speed Series S5-M (artificial turf) year opened: 2010 cost of construction: $1.6 billion owner: New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority other uses: concerts, Syracuse college football, international soccer, professional wrestling, miscellaneous events Defining feature:  An aluminum outer skin illuminated by blue or green lights, depending on whether the Giants or Jets are playing Did you know?: MetLife Stadium is the most expensive stadium in the world and boasts the largest seating capacity of any current NFL venue

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1) super Bowl xLii (Feb. 3,  2008): New york Giants 17,  New england Patriots 14. In the dictionary under “barnburner,” you’ll see this game – it was that good. The 18-0 Pats were favored by 14 points over the wild-card Giants, and for three quarters of low-scoring football, it looked as though win No. 19 was in the bag. But a flurry of clutch Eli Manning completions, one a critical 32yarder that David Tyree pinned against his helmet as he was hit, brought them two fourth quarter scores that gave the G-Men the victory. 2) super Bowl xxxViii (Feb. 1,  2004): New england Patriots  32, carolina Panthers 29. Two years after going 1-15, the Panthers would make their first Super Bowl appearance, and they would acquit themselves quite nicely. A defensive struggle for three quarters gave way to a record 37 points of scoring by both teams in the fourth quarter, capped by Vinatieri’s 41-yard field goal with four seconds remaining that gave New England its second title. Many fans and sportswriters still refer to this as the greatest Super Bowl ever played. 3) super Bowl xxxVi (Feb. 3,  2002): New england Patriots  20, st. Louis rams 17. The first Super Bowl after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks was designated a National Special Security Event, but it

produced one of the biggest upsets in Super Bowl history and gave the Pats the first of three titles in the ’00s. After QB Warner rallied the Rams from 14 points down to tie it late in the fourth quarter, New England kicker Adam Vinatieri booted a game-winning 48yard field goal as time expired. 4) super Bowl xxxiV (Jan.  30, 2000): st. Louis rams 23,  tennessee titans 16. After falling behind, 16-0, after three quarters, the Titans came to life, running off 16 unanswered points to tie the score with 2:12 left, before Rams QB Kurt Warner pushed his team back ahead with a 73-yard scoring drive. But the Titans weren’t done, as QB Steve McNair drove them deep into Ram territory before wide receiver Kevin Dyson was stopped at the 1-yard line on the game’s final play, one that has become known as simply “The Tackle.” 5) super Bowl Vii (Jan. 14,  1973): Miami Dolphins 14,  Washington redskins 7. Don Shula’s Dolphins nailed down a flawless 17-0 1972 campaign in this defensive struggle that saw the Redskins’ only score come on an interception of placekicker Garo Yepremian’s pass off a blocked field-goal attempt. No team would come close to the Dolphins’ feat until 2008, when the undefeated New England Patriots would fall to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII,

the fourth quarter, when game MVP Terry Bradshaw struck for a flurry of clutch completions to give his team two quick scores with time ticking away. The championship was the fourth in six years for Pittsburgh, thus marking the Bradshaw/Chuck Noll era as an NFL dynasty. 9) super Bowl xxV (Jan. 27,  1991): New york Giants 20,  Buffalo Bills 19. The patriotic fervor generated by the first Gulf War (and Whitney Houston’s rousing rendition of the National Anthem) set the tone for an exciting game that would produce the smallest margin of victory in Super Bowl history. Among many fine individual performances that day was game MVP Ottis Anderson’s 102 yards rushing that led the New York attack. But unfortunately, what everyone remembers is Buffalo placekicker Scott Norwood’s missed 47-yard field goal attempt with eight seconds remaining that forever stained him with the nickname “Wide Right.” 10) super Bowl i (Jan. 15,  1967): Green Bay Packers  35, kansas city chiefs 10. Yep, a blowout, but the only reason this game makes the list is for its historical significance – it is, after all, the first. And it took place amid the backdrop one would expect for an Arena Football 2 game: The game failed to sell out the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, so it was blacked out in the L.A. area – and the empty seats were many. In the end, the American Football League’s Chiefs were simply no match for Vince Lombardi’s championship machine.

Indelible Super Bowl Personalities

William “the refrigerator”  Perry On a 1985 Chicago Bears team filled with rebels, gamers and all-around sweet guys, this rookie defensive tackle gained notoriety not so much for his talent or personality but for his girth. At 6-feet, 2-inches and 350 pounds, “The Fridge” became coach Mike Ditka’s go-to guy as a fullback in shortyardage situations and even scored a touchdown in Super Bowl XX. But his real claim to Super Bowl fame came for his record ring size of 25, more than twice of that of an average adult male.

Joe Namath Fans of the American Football League in 1969 knew “Broadway Joe” as the cannon-armed quarterback of the New York Jets, whose confidence and talent on and off the field earned him admirers of both genders. His matter-offact “guarantee” of a Jets victory in Super Bowl III seemed at the very least amusing and at most a foolish taunting of a heavily favored Baltimore Colts team. That is, until he delivered a win in an efficient performance that gave the fledgling league its first triumph over the NFL establishment and the Jets their only league title to date, and prompted the leagues to merge two years later.

Jim McMahon On a 1985-86 Chicago Bears team full of characters, this rebel in designer sunglasses stood above all. In the weeks prior to Super Bowl XX, McMahon was fined for wearing sponsored headbands, prompting him to don one with “Rozelle” (for then-NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle) scrawled on it in magic marker. His endeavors to make friends and influence people continued when he labeled the women of host city New Orleans “sluts” and mooned a news crew during practice. But in the end, none of it mattered. McMahon would quarterback the Bears to a dominating 46-10 victory over the New England Patriots.

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John riggins A bonafide eccentric given to unusual haircuts and living out of his van by the Potomac River, this Hall of Fame running back could be found frequenting Washington, D.C., drinking establishments at any hour of the day or night. But that never showed up in his performances on the field, especially in 1983 in Super Bowl XVII, when his clutch 43-yard touchdown run led the Redskins to a 27-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins and earned Riggins game MVP honors.

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thus making it the latest in a season Bob Griese, Nick Buoniconti and other ex-Miami players would toast the last unbeaten team’s defeat. Who says sportsmanship is dead? 6) super Bowl xxiii (Jan. 22,  1989): san Francisco 49ers  20, cincinnati Bengals 16. The third of four Niner Super Bowl wins during the Bill Walsh/Joe Montana era, this game is best remembered for “The Drive,” Montana’s game-winning 92-yard drive in the game’s final three minutes, that culminated with a TD strike to John Taylor with :34 remaining. The touchdown stunned Bengals QB Boomer Esiason, who to this day recalls it as the day his “I’m going to Disney World” moment was yanked out from under him. And he never got another chance. 7) super Bowl iii (Jan. 12,  1969): New york Jets 16,  Baltimore colts 7. The Colts of the established NFL were 20-point favorites to vanquish the AFL’s Jets, but New York quarterback Joe Namath wasn’t having any of it. After boldly guaranteeing a Jets victory, he backed up his words with an efficient performance that gave the junior league its first Super Bowl victory, him the game MVP award and legitimacy to both the league and the fledgling Super Bowl itself. The leagues would be merged two seasons later. 8) super Bowl xiV (Jan. 20,  1980): Pittsburgh steelers 31,  Los angeles rams 19. The Rams, with reserve QB Vince Ferragamo filling in for injured starter Pat Haden, made a game of it against the heavily favored Steelers, staying close until


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1) Two players have each appeared in a record six Super Bowls. Can you name them?

10) The Packers’ Desmond Howard in Super Bowl XXXI in 1997

2) What team has won the most Super Bowls?

9) Charles Haley recorded 4.5 sacks over five games with Dallas and San Francisco. 8) Timmy Smith of the Washington Redskins gained 204 yards against the Broncos in Super Bowl XXII in 1988.

3) Who has been named the game’s most valuable player more than once?

7) The St. Louis Rams’ Kurt Warner threw for 414 yards against the Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000.

4) What team has made the most Super Bowl appearances? 5) What current NFL teams have never appeared in a Super Bowl?

6) Don Shula has coached six Super Bowl teams, with the Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins.

6) Who has coached in the most Super Bowls?

5) Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars 4) The Dallas Cowboys and Steelers each have appeared eight times.

7) Who holds the single-game record for passing yardage? 8) Who has rushed for the most yards in a single Super Bowl?

1) Mike Lodish, as a defensive tackle for the Buffalo Bills (1991-94) and Denver Broncos (1998-99); and Don Beebe, as a wide receiver for the Bills (1991-94) and Green Bay Packers (1997-98)

10) Who is the only kick returner to win game MVP honors?

2) The Pittsburgh Steelers have won six.

9) Who holds the career mark for quarterback sacks?

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3) Joe Montana (three), and Terry Bradshaw, Bart Starr, Tom Brady and Eli Manning (two each)

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• Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (1976, 1979, 1996) is the most frequent Super Bowl match-up.

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• No Super Bowl has ever gone into overtime. • The Green Bay Packers won the first two Super Bowls. • The Buffalo Bills are the only team to play in four consecutive Super Bowls. • The New York Giants’ Phil Simms was the first player to say “I’m Going to Disney World.” • The Vince Lombardi Trophy stands 20.75 inches tall, weighs 6.7 pounds and is valued in excess of $25,000. • Ticket prices for Super Bowl I in Los Angeles in 1967 ranged from $6 to $12. • Super Bowls are indicated by Roman numerals instead of years because a

• The Louisiana Superdome hosted the first indoor Super Bowl in 1978.

• Seventy-two footballs are made available for each Super Bowl. • Dallas Cowboys linebacker Chuck Howley is the only player to earn Super Bowl MVP honors playing for the losing team.

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against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2003.

• The first Super Bowl held in a coldweather city was Super Bowl XVI at the Pontiac (Mich.) Silverdome in 1982. • Miami and New Orleans have each hosted the Super Bowl 10 times, more than any other city. • The Buffalo Bills’ Steve Christie holds the record for the longest field goal in a Super Bowl, a 54-yarder in Super Bowl XXVIII in 1994. • Oakland Raider guard Gene Upshaw is the only player to play in Super Bowls in three different decades.

• Super Bowl III was the first title game to officially bear the name “Super Bowl.” The previous two were called the AFL-NFL World Championship Game. • CBS has broadcast 18 Super Bowls, most of any network. Rich Gannon

• The name “Super Bowl” was coined by Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt, after his children’s toy Super Ball. • In 1981, the Oakland Raiders became the first wild-card team to win a Super Bowl by defeating the Dallas Cowboys 27-10 in Super Bowl XV. • The Oakland Raiders’ Rich Gannon set a single-game record by throwing five interceptions in Super Bowl XXXVII

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Imagine palm trees, sea breezes and a temperate climate, and you’ve got a handle on, not your next Caribbean vacation, but the scene of the XXII Winter Olympics, Sochi, Russia. Yes, this Eastern European resort city of 340,000 on the northern shores of the Black Sea is not your average Winter Games host, boasting a climate closer to Virginia than Lake Placid, Lillehammer or Innsbruck. But that shouldn’t detract from the action on the slopes, ice or halfpipe, given indoor venues, high-elevation ski trails and advanced snowmaking technology. Coverage gets going Thursday, Feb. 6, with the first of 17 days of action in alpine skiing, snowboarding, figure and speed skating, bobsled, biathlon, and more. NBC will team with broadcast partners NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC and USA Network to provide 539 hours of televised events in addition to the more than 1,000 hours on Bob Costas, who will host NBC’s prime-time and late-night coverage, is eager to see the 12 new events, including women’s ski jumping, ski halfpipe and the figure skating team event, making their Olympic debuts at Sochi. Figure skating is also a major storyline in women’s singles, where the U.S. has not won a medal since 2006, a drought that Costas thinks could come to an end in Sochi. “The U.S. will have three women skaters in Sochi,” he says, “and two of the hopefuls have demonstrated the potential to win a medal – two-time reigning U.S. champion Ashley Wagner and the up-and-coming 18-year-old Gracie Gold, who placed fifth and sixth, respectively, at last season’s World Championships. Winning gold may be out of reach with the sensational Vancouver champion Yu-Na Kim of South Korea returning for Sochi, but the Americans should challenge for a place on the podium.” Wagner sees the women’s field with Kim as being “extremely competitive” and thus has ramped up the technical complexity of her routines. She’s happy to accept the mantle of being the American women’s next great hope. “That type of recognition just means that I’ve been doing really well over the past couple of months, and I have something to be very proud of,” the 22-year-old Californian says. Another athlete looking forward to Sochi is U.S. bobsled driver Elana Meyers. At the 2010 Games in Vancouver, Meyers and partner Erin Pac pulled off what many considered to be an upset when they piloted their USA-2 sled to a bronze medal.


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Bad beat triggers Super 77 progressive jackpot at Wild Horse Pass Winning a hand of Texas Hold ‘em with four-of-a-kind is a pretty good bet – However, on Wednesday December 25th at about 3am in the morning on Christmas Day – Brent Boughton discovered that losing with such a terrific hand can be much more rewarding. The Valley resident received the best holiday gift he could have hoped for that day when he took home the largest share of the $118,000 jackpot, because his unlikely loss triggered the Super 77 linked progressive jackpot at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino. The Super 77 jackpot is triggered when a hand of four-of-a-kind (featuring sevens or better) is beaten by another player at the table. It’s called a “bad beat” because of the incredibly low probability of losing with such a great hand. It turned into the best beat Brent could have hoped for and helped him ring in a very happy new year with the second largest poker jackpot of 2013 at Gila River Casinos.

The Super 77 linked progressive jackpot which connects Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino and Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino was at $118,000 when Brent’s four-of-a-kind nines (pocket 9’s plus two more that hit the board) was beaten by Sean Curtis who was holding Pocket Kings and caught two additional kings during the flop, turn and river cards!

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This amazing jackpot was split between the six players at the table. Here’s how the payouts looked; Brent’s losing hand paid an incredible $58,500, Sean’s winning hand paid $29,252, plus of course the pot. The remaining 4 players at the table included; Peter T., Timothy B., Reza A. and Savas E. These 4 lucky players split the remaining $29,252 or to be more precise $7,312 each. An amazing payout for just playing at that table! Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino is located at 5040 Wild Horse Pass Blvd in Chandler.

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TAP HANDLES AND KEGS expensive beer, or the promise of less expensive beer.” Now on to tap handles. These too remain the property of either the brewery or the distributor depending on the arrangement. In Arizona it is illegal for the handle (or any type of permanent point of sale material – tackers, neons, etc) to be given to an account. The account is only borrowing the handle (or other point of sale material) during the period they have that beer on tap.

Today is Rant Day…that’s right we have a couple of things to rant about. Hopefully you will get something out of this. The two topics here are empty keg shells and tap handles. Now, I am certain that any of you reading this return your kegs to the place of purchase for a refund of your deposit. However, there are some nefarious people that put those empty keg shells to evil uses. Some of the most common are homebrewers that choose to convert the kegs to brew kettles and such, and folks that use them for things like sawhorses or bookcases. I guess they assume that an empty keg can only be used once and then is no longer viable. Of course this is patently incorrect. Kegs allow beer enthusiasts to experience draft beer outside the brewery. The keg is reusable many times, which makes it an incredibly “green” package. It is estimated that the craft beer industry loses kegs at the rate of 5-6 percent annually. If you calculate that out, it means the cost of lost kegs to craft brewers is around $15 million each year. Think about what that does to both the cost of beer as well as the profitability of your favorite

brewery. Contrary to popular opinion, the vast majority of craft brewers are not getting rich…they are doing this for the love of great beer and are just happy to make a living doing what they love. Every time they lose a keg it is $150 or more that effectively comes right out of their pocket. Why would anybody want to do that to a brewery they claim to love? But wait, you paid a $30 deposit on the keg. Doesn’t that mean you can do anything you want with the keg? Absolutely not…that keg remains the property of the brewery and the $30 only goes a small way to recouping the loss a brewery suffers when they lose a keg. Unless you have something from the brewery indicating you now own that keg, then the keg is still the property of the brewery. By cutting into it, or using it for some other purpose you are committing a crime. Brewers take these losses seriously and there are parts of the country where keg thieves are being prosecuted. There is good news though. Recently, the Brewers Association announced the launch of KegReturn. com, a website that “provides tools

to help consumers, homebrewers, retailers, wholesalers, brewers and scrap yards redirect kegs back to the breweries that own the kegs.” For consumers who have a keg they want to return, allows users to search a database of photos and descriptions to help them determine the owner of a stray keg. Kegs are often “branded” with striping or other markings—not unlike cattle brands—that are very helpful when trying to identify the owner. allows users to contact a brewery directly if they believe they have found one of that brewery’s kegs. The idea is simple, and with ongoing additions from brewers and participation by those finding and using kegs, will be valuable in reuniting kegs with their rightful owners. “Brewers incur a huge per barrel charge on keg loss,” said Chris Swersey, Brewers Association technical brewing projects coordinator. ”In many states, this amount is more than the state excise tax on beer. There is no better incentive for a consumer than the threat of more

Now you may say, “what about bars that decorate with tap handles?” Good question. The quick answer is that these bars usually rotate their beers frequently and regularly bring in the beer represented by the tap handles. In this case, the distributor or brewery has decided it makes sense to leave a handle on permanent loan to the account so they don’t constantly have to send one out. We frequently see tap handles for sale on eBay or Craigslist. 99 times out of 100 those handles are probably stolen. We have seen instances where a bar manager will take them from the bar and sell them for personal profit. In this case, not only is the bar manager stealing from the brewery or distributor, he is also stealing from his workplace. If a bartender offers to sell you a tap handle from the bar they work at… they are probably stealing it. Same is true with glassware. This is not legally allowed to be provided to the bar for resale. Any glassware they sell, they must purchase through some sort of third party. A good rule of thumb on tap handles is that if it is currently an active handle being used by that brewery (as opposed to a discontinued handle) it is probably stolen. Again, why would you want to drive costs up for your favorite brewery by stealing their property? Continued On Page 56...



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...Continued from page 54 Currently most distributors and breweries do not require a deposit on tap handles. However, as tap handles start to cost more money…the average cost for a tap handle is about $30…it is likely we will see bars being charged deposits for the handles. Since the bar has to put more cash out, even though they will get it back, they will raise beer

prices. Respecting the breweries and their property, whether handles, kegs, neon signs or whatever, will help keep the cost of beer down. A good thing for everybody. Thus endeth today’s rant. Next week, we will probably start looking at the upcoming Strong Beer Festival and Beer Week.


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SanTan Brewing Company Unveils Brewers Reserve Private Dining Room & Event Space For the last six years, craft beer lovers have flocked to SanTan Brewing Company in downtown Chandler to drink, eat, and celebrate special occasions. Now, SanTan is stepping up their game with the addition of the Brewers Reserve, a new private dining room & event space.   Guests will enjoy a very unique brewery experience in this 850 sq. ft. indoor/outdoor space set among the stainless steel brewing fermentation tanks. The room also features a large projection screen for presentations, your favorite sporting event, or private videos and slideshows. The Brewers Reserve room can accommodate a small intimate group or a party of up to 70 people – perfect for corporate events and rehearsal dinners! To book SanTan’s new Brewers Reserve private dining experience, email the Derek at or call 602-463-6535.   The Brewers Reserve catering menu offers a wide variety of craft foods that pair perfectly with SanTan Brewing’s hand crafted beer including sandwiches, a taco bar, southwestern buffet and the most popular southern cooking buffet with entrée choices like smoked brisket, prime rib, pulled pork, cornflake catfish, and cajun shrimp alfredo.  Visit catering to view SanTan Brewing Company’s complete catering menu. Visit SanTan Brewing Company at 8 S. San Marcos Place, Chandler, AZ. They’re open Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m. - 1 a.m. and Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m. – 2 a.m. Also, check out SanTan Brewing Company online at www. and become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook. com/SanTanBrewingCoor follow them at

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TT Roadhouse 2915 N. 68th St. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Ska Modus Hoperandi IPA, Moose Drool, San Tan Devil’s Ale

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LIQUID SOL MUSIC FESTIVAL ADDS LOVEHAMMERS, 28 NORTH, 7HORSE TO THE LINEUP Liquid Sol Music Festival has added renowned rock bands, Lovehammers, 28 North and 7Horse to the already impressive lineup set for Saturday, March 15. Liquid Sol Music Festival will take place at Sportsman’s Park outside of University of Phoenix Stadium located at 1 West Cardinals Drive in Glendale, Ariz. Gates open at 10 a.m. Tickets are available now at www.   The alternative rock band hailing from Chicago, Lovehammers, consists of lead singer Marty Casey, drummer Bob Kourelis, bass Dino Kourelis and lead guitarist/backup vocals Billy Sawilchik. Having headlined at the Get Live tour that sold out at almost every venue, the band has also supported Cake, Chevelle, INXS, KISS, Nickelback, Slash, Theory of a Deadman and The Wallflowers. Their latest album “Set Fire,” released in November 2012, broke three different Billboard charts including Billboard New Artists and Billboard Heatseekers, rising to the top 20 on both, and Billboard East North Central Heatseekers Regional chart where they reached No. 1. The band’s first single from the album, “Into the Insane” ranked in the top 50 at Active Rock and Mainstream Rock radio formats. After the success of their first single, the rock band decided to release their second and current single from the album, “Price I Pay” that has risen to the top 50 and climbing on Active Rock radio. The band has also appeared live on VH1 playing acoustic versions of their songs. Pittsburgh-based rock band 28 North includes Mark Glinka, Michael Lindner, Taylor Netzler and Tyler Bond. The band was recently voted Best Band in Pittsburgh by Pittsburgh Magazine. 28 North has played all across the U.S. and has performed with Blues Traveler, Crash Kings, Dawes and Young the Giant to name a few. Their most recent single “Call Me Up” was released in November 2013 and the band is planning on releasing their debut album, “World of Fire”, sometime this year. The band performs regularly at The Roxy, The Viper Room and

House of Blues in Los Angeles. The emerging Los Angeles and Seattle duo, Joie Calio and Phil Leavitt, better known as 7Horse are rock veterans. The band’s debut album, “Let the 7Horse Run” released in November 2011 garnered attention to their breakout song “Meth Lab Zoso Sticker,” which was featured in the recent Grammy-nominated film “Wolf of Wall Street” soundtrack and the movie’s trailer. The song will also be featured throughout this year’s Super Bowl season on FOX NFL Sports. 7Horse has finished recording their newest album that is projected to be released this year, with a national tour to follow.   Previously announced bands include: Train, The All-American Rejects, Authority Zero, Blind Melon, BoDeans, Buckcherry, Cracker, Ed Kowalczyk, Everclear, Fuel, Gin Blossoms, The White Buffalo, Tonic, Vertical Horizon and Kelley James.   The all ages event will feature three stages of live multi-genre national and regional artists, a beer garden, live charity auction and multiple interactive activities such as zip line, rock wall and a firefight car extrication. There will also be a special area dedicated to kids where it will feature more child-friendly activities including a coloring station, firefighter kids agility course, firefighter meet and greets and more. Liquid Sol Music Festival’s beer garden will feature a second live entertainment stage and attendees will have the opportunity to sample craft beers for 35 different breweries. The beer garden will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. General admission tickets are available at $89 and VIP packages are available starting at $189. Children 10 and under are free in GA area with purchase of an adult ticket. For more information visit Stay up to date by following Liquid Sol Music Festival on Facebook at www.facebook. com/LiquidSolFest and on Twitter at

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Buffalo Chip Saloon (480) 488-9118, 6811 E. Cave Creek Rd. Wed Jan 29 The Donny Grub Band Thu Jan 30 Pick o’ the Litter Fri Jan 31 The Donny Grub Band Sat Feb 1 Pick o’ the Litter Sun Feb 2 Pick o’ the Litter Char’s Has the Blues (602) 230-0205, 4631 N. 7th Ave. Wed Jan 29 Larry Bailey Thu Jan 30 Soul Power Fri Jan 31 Soul Power Sat Feb 1 Laydee Jai Sun Feb 2 Soul Power Mon Feb 3 Bam Bam Jam Session Tue Feb 4 Laydee Jai CK’s Tavern and Grill (480) 706-5564, 4142 E. Chandler Blvd. Fri Jan 31 Chuck E. Baby Sat Feb 1 Broken Toys Club Red (480) 496-4733, 2155 E. University Dr., Tempe: Fri Jan 31 Hunger Games Battle Sat Feb 1 Razer, Chemicals of Democracy, Prove It Fri Feb 7 Likewolves CD Release Party Cocomo Joe’s (480) 538-8008, 28244 N. Tatum Blvd. Fri Jan 31 Zimis Sat Feb 1 Pearl Ridge Fri Feb 7 Nine Ball Sat Feb 8 Easton Ashe Copper Blues (480) 791-5005, 50 W. Jefferson St., Wed Jan 29 Black Bottom Lighters Thu Jan 30 The Instant Classics Fri Jan 31 Furious George Sat Feb 1 Easton Ashe Wed Feb 5 Black Bottom Lighters Coyote Alley (623) 546-9222, 16846 W. Bell Rd. Wed Jan 29 DJ & Karaoke Host Slim Jim Thu Jan 30 Ladies Night Karaoke Mon Feb 3 Karaoke Tue Feb 4 Service Industry Night Desert Ridge Marketplace 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. (District Stage) and (AMC Fountain). Fri Jan 31 West Hills Brothers, Guitarras Latinas

Sat Feb 1 Ratio, Haley & Spencer

Harold’s Corral (480) 488-1906, 6895 E. Cave Creek Rd.: Thu Jan 30 AZ Blues Project Fri Jan 31 Mindy Harris Band Sat Feb 1 Daisy Train Sun Feb 2 Dwayne & Ethan Hazelwoods First Place 3626 E. Indian School Rd. Wed Jan 29 Daylon Green Sun Feb 2 Paul Innocenti Ice House Tavern (602) 244-1179, 3855 E. Thomas Rd. Fri Jan 31 Bandero, Mill’s End Sun Feb 2 Groundhog Day Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St. Wed Jan 29 Open Mic Jam Thu Jan 30 The Underground Railroad auditions Fri Jan 31 Hannemanfest w/ Pelvic Meatloaf, Sectas, Souless, Back From Ashes, Twelve Gates and more. Sat Feb 1 When Worlds Collide w/ guests Mon Feb 3 Acoustic Open Mic Night Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St & Roosevelt, Phoenix Wed Jan 29 The Breaking Yard, The Sugar Thieves Thu Jan 30 Wooden Indian

Pub Rock (480) 945-4985, 8005 E. Roosevelt St., Scottsdale Thu Jan 30 Inept Hero Listening Party, Nomada, The Irie, Orphan, Pride through Strife Fri Jan 31 Lucius, You Won’t Sat Feb 1 That 1 Guy Mon Feb 3 My Body Sings Electric Tue Feb 4 Into It. Over It., The World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, Merit

Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix Wed Jan 29 Mutual Benefit, Nova Joven, Tobie Milford Thu Jan 30 Cheap Time, French Girls, Webs Fri Jan 31 Dave Riley & Bob Corritore Juke Joint Blues Band Sat Feb 1 Rod Piazza & The Mighty Flyers Sun Feb 2 Chris Duarte Mon Feb 3 Celebrity Blues Jam hosted by Bill Tarsha & The Rocket 88s Tue Feb 4 Square Dance w/ Pick & Holler Rock Bar (480) 331-9190, 4245 N. Craftsman Court, Scottsdale www.rockbarscottsdale. com Wed Jan 29 The Ground Beneath w/ guests Thu Jan 30 Acoustic Lounge w/ The Josh Bailey Experience Fri Jan 31 Dirty Lingo’s Last Show (for a while) Sat Feb 1 Rusty Nail w/ DJ Michael Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale Wed Jan 29 Open Mic w/ Jason Messer Thu Jan 30 Tuck and Daisy, The Something Something String Band, The Hunted, Tah-lia Miller Fri Jan 31 Fat Gray Cat, Fred Green, The Brown Tones, The Herps Sat Feb 1 Genre EP Release, Echolalia, Sister Lip, Watch for Rocks Sun Feb 2 Terror Bird, Beauty Secrets, Drainbow

O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd. Fri Jan 31 Strange Land Sat Feb 1 Sylence Fri Feb 7 League of Forgotten Saints Sat Feb 8 Lit Up

Sail Inn (480) 966-9565 26 S. Farmer Ave, Tempe Wed Jan 29 Juice, Casual Encounters Thu Jan 30 Grateful Thursdays, Xtra Ticket Fri Jan 31 Art A Gogh Gogh Sun Feb 2 The Noodles Grateful Dead Tribute Tue Feb 4 Bit Flip Electronic Music Night

Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E Thomas Rd. Wed Jan 29 Acoustic jam Thu Jan 30 Acoustic Jam

Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Bell Rd. Fri Jan 31 Organ Grinder Tue Feb 4 Open Mic Night

Tempe Marketplace 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy (District Stage) and (B&N Fountain). Fri Jan 31 Think Horses, Dani Zubia Sat Feb 1 Lane Change, Just Jade

Tempe Tavern (602) 625-1336, 1810 E. Apache Blvd. Fri Jan 31 Bob Domestic & Friends Sat Feb 1 Aaron’s Bday Bash feat. Johnny Lee, Mr. Mai, Catch The Fire, Nomada, Torn at the Seams



Blue Martini (480) 638-BLUE, 5455 E. High St. Wed Jan 29 Girls Night Out Live Music w/ Marley Taylor Thu Jan 30 Azul Flamenco

The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave. Fri Jan 31 Raya, Diners, Rough Tough Dynamite, Adventurer Outfit, Andrew Kendall, The Greater Sat Feb 1 Catch The Fire, Nerdzerker, Vices to the Grave, Los Fuknr Amirez Sun Feb 2 Girl Bonder, Sabertooth Snatch, Straight Straws Straight Straws, Manoz Zuziaz Tue Feb 4 Amadou’s Crew, Diners, Electrisad, Nu-Metal Boyfriend Toby Keith’s Mesa (480) 844-8629, 1065 N. Dobson Rd. Wed Jan 22 Zona Road Thu Jan 23 James Parks Fri Jan 24 Chad Freeman Sat Jan 25 Zona Road Toby Keith’s Peoria (623) 208-7288, 9824 W. Northern Ave, Peoria Wed Jan 29 Zona Road Thu Jan 30 Drew Cooper Fri Jan 31 Drew Cooper Sat Feb 1 Marshal Reign Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623)853-0395, 1629 N 195th Ave.: Wed Jan 29 – Sat Feb 8 Justin Wright and High Octane Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Wed Jan 29 The Menzingers, Off With Their Heads, Broadway Calls, Rumspringer Thu Jan 30 Blunt Club Thursdays Fri Jan 31 Brewpunks Pregame Party Sat Feb 1 Whitey Morgan & The 78s, Jim Bachmann & The Day Drinkers Sun Feb 2 Valley Fever Mon Feb 3 Peggy Sue, Mandolin Orange, The Mariner’s Children, Old Hours

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The most common password used throughout the world, is “password”.

At the age of 10, Justin Timberlake won the 1991 pre-teen Mr. America Pageant.

In 1971, Pink Floyd played a concert in which the music was so loud that it killed several fish in a nearby pond.

King Philip of Macedon lost his eye in a battle. When his men picked up the arrow that had pierced him, written on the shaft was “To Philip’s Eye!”


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Ants were the first non-human meat farmers.

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Lego men have little holes in the top of their head to allow air to pass through should a child ever get one stuck in their throat.

Roman Emperor Nero married two men, once as the bride and once as the groom.

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