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AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine Volume 4, Issue 14 April 7th, 2010 Publisher Brian Muir brian.muir@azweeklymagazine.com Art Director Kevin Kelley kevin.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com Editor Jeff Haugen jeff.haugen@azweeklymagazine.com Office Manager Tami Kelley tami.kelley@azweeklymagazine.com FILM WRITERS Stan Robinson • Randy Montgomery Joseph Airdo ARTS WRITERS Randy Montgomery • Nick Connell THE NIGHTOWL Maria Tourtchaninova Staff Music Writer Kim Naugle kim.naugle@azweeklymagazine.com Staff Cartoonist Sean Hoy sean.hoy@azweeklymagazine.com SALES STAFF Nick Connell Senior Account Manager nick.connell@azweeklymagazine.com Chey Tor Account Manager chey.tor@azweeklymagazine.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

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Moby Dick! The Musical Ghostlight Theatre at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center Friday & Saturday 7:00pm Saturday and Sunday 2:00pm The girls of St. Godley’s School are in trouble! Money for the school has run out and the place will have to close. The resourceful girls and their headmistress come up with a plan to keep the school afloat. Using whatever they can find, the girls mount an original production: a musical version of Moby Dick, featuring their headmistress in the coveted role of Captain Ahab. This raucous musical was produced by Cameron Mackintosh in 1990 and became a cult classic.

The Official Star Trek Convention: The Celebration of the 45th Anniversary Sheraton Crescent Hotel Phoenix Saturday and Sunday Join the celebration of 45 incredible years of Star Trek with a jam-packed fun-filled weekend of entertainment in the beautiful city of Phoenix! There is a fantastic list of guest celebrities including the first area appearance of four representatives of The Klingon Empire who have accepted the invitation to visit Earth. Don’t miss the excitement of this once in a lifetime weekend: it isn’t the same without you!


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By Nick Connell LOST IN YONKERS Arizona Theatre Company at The Herberger Center Neil Simon came back to life again last weekend in spectacular color as Lost In Yonkers opened at Arizona Theatre Company in the Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix. Featuring Tony-Award winning actress and native Phoenician Judy Kaye as Grandma Kurnitz, this Simon masterpiece was alive with wit and wisdom. Judy’s presence was enough to scare away even the alley cats on Van Buren Street. But the real meat and potatoes of this American story wrapped around WWII are the kids in the family. Led by the talented Ryan DeLuca as Jay - and the young rising star of Maxx Carlisle King as Arty, his younger brother - these two stole the show all night! Between teenage angst and fearful duty, Yonkers was made for these cohorts! Add in a touching and heartbreaking performance from Kate Goehring as Bella, and an intense portrayal by Preston Maybank as Louie, and you have the perfect Simon storm ready for full view. Through April 10th. Tickets 602-256-6899 or ArizonaTheatre.org PHOENIX FILM FESTIVAL Harkins Scottsdale 101 at Scottsdale Rd. You can still catch the Best of the Phoenix Film Festival through April 7th. This year’s festival was another great offering from Chris Lamont and company keeping Arizona and Independent film on the map. There were stellar events including Grant Hill and his new film, “Starting at the Finish Line”; An Evening with Peter Weller filled with surprises; A Conversation with Cuba Gooding Jr. which was a crowd pleaser; and easily the most entertaining and humorous Q&A post screening was with Phil Rosenthal and his documentary, “Exporting Raymond”. This was one of my festival favorites and follows Phil, the creator of the hit television series “Everybody Loves Raymond”, as he embarks on an incredibly funny journey to Russia to translate “Raymond” into a Russian sitcom. This funny and revealing look at Russian culture and the unique characters that are involved in the making of the sitcom is real life comedy. Leave it to Phil to find the irony in all that is Russian and bring it to Phoenix audiences for an up close look at a storyteller’s travels. Also worth a look is the Indy film “Kill The Irishman”. This is the true story of Danny Green, an Irish mobster who single handedly brought down the NY Italian mafia back in the 70’s. This is a rag to corrupt riches story around Danny, an orphan, who fights his way out of poverty in Cleveland to become the most famous TV mobster story of our time. Even Brian Ross from NBC gives a cameo appearance in stock footage from historical archives. It’s well directed by Jonathan Hensleigh, and stars Christopher Walken, Val Kilmer, Vincent D’Onofrio and Ray Stevenson in a stellar performance as Danny Green. There’s no shortage of explosions in this story as we follow thirty six separate bombings through the summer of 76 as Cleveland and NY shakeout the neighborhoods. Rated R.

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After more than a dozen screen captures of what appeared to be a steamy sex scene between Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) from “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn” were leaked online last week, author Stephanie Meyer, director Bill Condon and producer Wyck Godfrey released a statement asking fans to refrain from viewing or sharing said images. Meanwhile, Meyer revealed that the cliffhanger separating “Breaking Dawn,” which is being released in two parts, will be when Bella opens her eyes as a vampire. She is also said to be looking into writing a spinoff series that will focus on Jacob Black (Taylor Lautner) and his relationship with Edward and Bella’s daughter Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy).

In “Hanna,” Saoirse Ronan plays the titular teenage assassin who faces startling revelations about her existence and questions about her humanity as she makes her way across Europe to carry out a hit. Having been raised in the wilds of Finland, the young girl has an extremely innocent point of view when it comes to more inhabited surroundings in spite of having the strength, stamina, and smarts of a soldier. It was an experience that Ronan herself found rather enlightening. “Hanna is quite a simple-minded, fresh, young girl,” Ronan explains. “She’s not judgmental or prejudiced or anything like that. It certainly made me think of things in a different light.” However, Ronan also learned a lot of about herself as an actress – especially because she had worked with “Hanna’s” director Joe Wright before on the Oscar winning

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For the lovers of the ‘Tron’ theme movies, both the original classic ‘Tron’ (1982) and the latest ‘Tron: Legacy’ are both available on DVD & Blu-ray! There are tons of special features and behind-the-scenes extras as we’re taken into the future of the computer age. For more on other DVD & Blu-ray releases visit ScreenScene.org April 7th, 2011 - April 13th, 2011

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drama “Atonement.” “Joe never really treated me like I was a kid even when I was 12 years old and he certainly didn’t when we did ‘Hanna’ together,” says Ronan, noting that she has appeared in several other films since “Atonement,” including “The Lovely Bones” and “The Way Back.” “I could see in myself that I had definitely grown as an actor and I think he could see that too.” As a result, Ronan believes she and her director were left with more creative freedom. She likens her working relationship with Wright to that of one between a puppeteer and his puppet, noting that he always knows what strings to pull. And although Ronan hopes to one day soon play a character of Irish decent – much like herself – or tackle her most difficult role yet as a real-life college student, she would not mind reprising her role as “Hanna” in a sequel. “I think it is something that they are talking about because the reaction has been so fantastic,” Ronan adds. “If they were able to develop the character as well as they did in the first one and make her story and her situation as interesting but completely separate from the first movie, then it would be a great thing to do.” Read more from Joseph J. Airdo’s interview with Saoirse Ronan exclusively online at Examiner.com.

Writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh talks ‘Shooting the Irishman’ Interview by Stan Robinson Based on a true story, Danny Greene (Ray Stevenson), who’s bullied life as a child growing up in an Irish neighborhood, inadvertently prepares him for his rise in organized crime. An ensuing turf war in 1970s Cleveland revolving around Greene, eventually leads to the downfall of organized crime in Cleveland, OH and other major U.S. Cities.

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Writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh presents the story with flair and visual captivation and a multi-million dollar look and ‘practical’ stunts. As a retired filmmaker, I find his cinematic achievement impressive. Like another favorite, Academy Award® winner Paul Haggis, Jonathan’s expertise as a writer was developed over time. ‘Armageddon’ (1998) written by Jonathan is one of my favorites combining three genres of films. ‘Kill the Irishman’ reminds me of the

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The next step would be combining the two themes into Jonathan’s vision from the source material and attaching the actors, Jonathan: “I wanted to do my own screenplay, and I said to them ‘I’ll do it very quickly, I’ll base it on the book and on Jeremy’s screenplay, and then after that, we’ll submit it to actors!” And attached the actors Jonathan did! It’s an impressive list of veteran actors to include Ray Stevenson, Vincent D’Onofrio, Val Kilmer, Christopher Walken, Linda Cardellini, Tony Darrow, Robert Davi, Fionnula Flanagan, Bob Gunton, Jason Butler Harner, Vinnie Jones, Tony Lo Bianco, Laura Ramsey, Steve Schirripa, Paul Sorvino, Mike Starr, Marcus Thomas, and Vinny Vella. Visit ScreenScene.org for more of my chat with writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh where he shares insight on the shooting schedule, doing the stunts and action sequences ‘practically’ which is doing them live as opposed to CGI (computer generated effects), and the pace of the shooting schedule was closer to that normally accomplished in episodic television production! ‘Kill the Irishman’ Written & directed by Jonathan Hensleigh. Based on the screenplay of Jeremy Walters, and the book “To Kill the Irishman” by Rick Porrello. Anchor Bay Films release. Rated R-106 minutes.

Reviewers’ Roundup! The following quotes were pulled from reviews written by AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine’s Film! contributors to present readers with a wider perspective about this weekend’s new releases. Read Joseph J. Airdo, Randy Montgomery and Stan Robinson’s full reviews exclusively online at Examiner.com, AZWeeklyMagazine.com and ScreenScene.org, respectively.

‘Black Death’

Cate Blanchett plays a perfectly eccentric villain.” Grade: C

A monk (Eddie Redmayne) investigates rumors of people being resurrected during an outbreak of the bubonic plague. Screening 8 and 10 p.m. Saturday, April 9 at Madcap Theaters. (R – 102 minutes) Joseph: “‘Taking a uniquely grim look at religion and, in particular, a very vengeful God in medieval times, director Christopher Smith’s ‘Black Death’ is respectably unapologetic and unrelenting pessimism. It is a horror film of a completely different ilk, accentuated by an atmosphere that, alone, sends shivers down your spine.” Grade: B Randy: “The Midnite Movie Mamacita’s selections always pack a punch. Horror fans love her selections and they should enjoy ‘Black Death.’ Starring Sean Bean, this thriller is set during a 1348 plague. The church has lost control and villagers speak of a marshland where the disease cannot reach.”

‘Born to Be Wild’ Dedicated teams in Africa and Borneo save the lives of orphaned elephants and orangutans and prepare them for release back into the wild. Playing exclusively at IMAX Theaters. (G – 40 minutes) Joseph: “Director David Lickley found some simply astounding angles, which are made even more extraordinary through the use of the 3D gimmick. However, whereas the film excels visually, its story – or lack thereof – leaves much to be desired, making this more of an extremely well-shot nature special than a cohesive motion picture.” Grade: C

‘Hanna’ A teenage assassin (Saoirse Ronan) faces startling revelations about her existence and questions about her humanity as she makes her way across Europe to carry out a hit. (PG-13 – 111 minutes) Joseph: “Determining the demographic that will best appreciate ‘Hanna’ is the epitome of a psychological conundrum. However, director Joe Wright’s art-house actioner is an exceptionally unique entertainment experience, even if it does sag a bit midway through. Saoirse Ronan gives a career-changing performance while

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Stan: “Those of us familiar with the original theme of this genre from Luc Besson and his French language ‘La Femme Nikita’ (1990) and the subsequent European and U.S. English language versions, will find this latest entry to their liking. The pivotal cast of the young and surely talented Saoirse Ronan in the title role, along with Cate Blanchett and Eric Bana, deliver an intriguing action-thriller. And yes, this reviewer will see it again!” Grade: B

‘Kill the Irishman’ Mobster Danny Greene (Ray Stevenson) ignites a turf war in 1970s Cleveland that leads to the collapse of the Mafia in several major U.S. Cities. Playing exclusively at Harkins Camelview 5. (R – 106 minutes) Joseph: “‘Kill the Irishman’ is a relatively generic – albeit remarkably well-made – genre film. Still, writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh knows how to please a crowd, tossing in more cameos from gangster standards than you can possibly count and giving the entire project a stylishly gritty attitude.” Grade: C Stan: “The format of the ‘down & dirty gritty style’ reminded me of the multiple Oscar® nominated ‘A History of Violence’ (2005) as writer/director Jonathan Hensleigh presents the true story of Danny Greene with flair and visual captivation. My full interview with Jonathan Hensleigh on shooting ‘Kill the Irishman’ is available at ScreenScene.org Grade: B

‘Soul Surfer’ Teenage surfer Bethany Hamilton (AnnaSophia Robb) returns to competition after losing an arm in a shark attack. (PG – 106 minutes) Joseph: “At times, ‘Soul Surfer’s’ religious themes become a bit overwhelming and preachy, potentially preventing its admirably positive message from reaching a universal audience. However, the inspiring true tale is re-enacted with authentic emotional resonance – especially during those scenes in which the girl struggles to adapt and allocate meaning to her tragedy.” Grade: C

‘Vincent: A Life in Color’ Tourists and locals can see Vincent P. Falk alike, on Chicago’s many bridges as he spins and twirls performing fashion shows in brightly colored immaculate suits for passing tour boats. The documentary follows Vincent over the course of one boat season and begins to reveal a little of mystery surrounding him. (96 minutes) Playing exclusively at the Film Bar in downtown Phoenix, AZ. Stan: “For us Chicagoans who know of the man known as ‘Vincent’, it’s a lighthearted look as we discover that the man behind the fashion, having persevered the adversities of life, has decided to do what makes him happy, and so, he spins on, which are lessons for us all on living life. Grade: B

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multiple Oscar® nominated ‘A History of Violence’ in its style and scope. Did the film find him, or he it? Jonathan: “I was sent the underlying book, a biography written by the Chief of Police, Rick Porrello, called ‘To Kill the Irishman’ and there was also a script by Jeremy Walters. I looked at both of those and thought that the story was so compelling; I just had to do it. I was moved immediately. Next I called the producer Al Corley, and Bart Rosenblatt who owned the rights to the material and said, ‘I really want to do this, count me in!”

Now Playing! The following new releases were not screened in time for AZ Weekly Entertainment Magazine’s press deadline. Read Joseph J. Airdo, Randy Montgomery and Stan Robinson’s full reviews exclusively online at Examiner.com, AZWeeklyMagazine.com and ScreenScene.org, respectively. ‘Arthur’ An irresponsible playboy (Russell Brand) must choose between an arranged marriage that will ensure his future wealth or following his heart with a woman (Greta Gerwig) he truly loves. (PG-13 – 110 minutes)

‘The Elephant in the Living Room’ An Ohio public safety officer specializes in capturing and re-homing exotic pets whose owners no longer want or can safely care for them. Playing exclusively at Harkins Valley Art. (PG – 96 minutes)

‘Your Highness’ A slacker prince (Danny McBride) is forced to join his braver brother (James Franco) on a quest to rescue his brother’s fiancée (Natalie Portman). (R – 102 minutes) Wonder what movies we movie reviewers look forward to in April 2011? There’s Joseph’s ‘Spring Preview’, and Stan’s ‘Most Anticipated Movies’! For Joseph J. Airdo’s list visit Examiner.com/Phoenix ~ For Stan Robinson’s list visit ScreenScene.org

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Her son Ned, following a 1910 interview in Paris where he expressed a desire to find a wife received 5,000 written marriage proposals. Ned didn’t marry until age 48, a year after his mother died. His 47-year-old bride, his “housekeeper” for 15 years, she was a former lady of the night. To minimize expenses and to evade tax collectors, Hetty lived in boarding houses, eventually settling into a $19 per month apartment in Hoboken, N.J. under the assumed name, Mrs. Dewey, after her shaggy dog, Dewey. It left collectors guessing where to find her and the proper state in which to tax her. Hoboken imposed a $2 annual dog license, which she also refused to pay, so she had to keep ahead of the dog catcher too. She adored Dewey. Though she subsisted on oatmeal (heated on a radiator), graham crackers (purchased in bulk), and raw onions, she always fed Dewey tenderloin steaks and rice pudding. Now that’s a force to be reckoned with. Although I cannot condone hiding from the IRS, I can help you to find the most suitable ways to minimize your tax liability. FOR A VETERAN INVESTMENT ADVISORS ADVICE CALL ME FOR A FREE CONSULTATION. MEMBER SIPC FINRA MSRB TRIDENT ADVISORS LLC 181 CROSSWAYS PARK DRIVE. WOODBURY, N.Y 11797 MEMBER FINRA SIPC MSRB

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Tiger shark embryos fight each other in their mother’s womb. The survivor is born. Bruce Lee was so fast that they actually had to slow the film down so you could see his moves. The creosote bush, which grows in the Mojave, Sonoran, and Chihuahuan deserts, has been shown by radiocarbon dating to have lived since the birth of Christ.

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Oregano’s Pizza Bistro By Chef Rachel Albert Although the main attraction is Chicagostyle pizza (both thick and thin crust) with a list of toppings as long as your leg, Oregano’s Pizza Bistro also serves enormous side and main salads with your choice of eight salad dressings, regular and whole wheat pasta dishes, soups, appetizers, sandwiches, hot wings, and their famous chocolate chip Pizza Cookie and Italian pastries. Fodor’s Pocket Guide [to] Phoenix and Scottsdale says, “This happening, jam-packed pizza-pasta-sandwich parlor lures customers with two irresistible come-ons: good food and low prices.” Reviewers at the Arizona Republic consider Oregano’s among the top 16 places to eat in the Phoenix metro area (out of more than 1,600 restaurants considered). Oregano’s has collected dozens of other favorable reviews. I’m partial to their salads, particularly Oregano’s Favorite Salad, a generous

bed of Romaine lettuce topped with sun dried tomatoes, kalamata olives, spiced feta cheese, strips of roasted red pepper, thinly sliced red onions in rings, pine nuts, and raisins tossed with their tasty honey-balsamic vinaigrette dressing. With their thinly sliced grilled chicken breast, it makes a satisfying meal. A small order makes a great lunch or light dinner for one; a larger order of the same salad will easily serve two (or give you leftovers for the next day)! Oregano’s has locations in Phoenix, North Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, Gilbert, Chandler, Tucson and Flagstaff. The main complaint diners sometimes have is how long they have to wait for a pizza when the joint is hopping. If you plan to go for lunch or dinner, arrive early to beat the rush. www.oreganos.com/menu.html

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Robert Mondavi Discover Wine Tour Brings California Wine to Scottsdale Culinary Festival California wine country is coming to Phoenix with the fifth annual Robert Mondavi Discover Wine Tour. Guests are invited to join Robert Mondavi wine experts at The Great Arizona Picnic as part of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival which takes place from April 5-10 at the

Scottsdale Civic Center. Participants will learn anything and everything – from winemaking to wine pairing. This will be the first stop on the nationwide Robert Mondavi Discover Wine Tour, bringing an interactive and educational wine experience to consumers. It includes a wine and cooking stage with live participation with chefs, an essence station, where guests become familiar with the subtle aromas and flavors of wine, and an interactive iPad station. The Robert Mondavi Discover Wine Tour fulfills Robert Mondavi’s vision of enriching life by embracing wine, food and the arts as an integral part of gracious living. The hands-on, interactive event will be held on Saturday, April 9th from 12pm to 9pm, and again on Sunday, April 10th from 12pm to 6pm. Tickets are $10 (additional $5 for Discover Wine ticket and $1 for tastings).

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The Passionate Lover The woman who is bored in bed with you today will be a new man’s fire and passion tomorrow. Ask yourself this: Are you giving her the flames of romance, the fire of passion? The loss of interest in intimacy is second only to economic difficulties as a reason for breakups.   Do not become a statistic. Survey has shown, many relationships having the fire and passion subside within three years of living together.   Do you want to break out of the bedroom boredom in your love life? How would it make you feel knowing that the woman you have been with for years, is now absolutely wild about being with you?   “SHE’S NOT?” What about drinking that magic potion? You know the one where she falls head over hills for you. “What!” you have no magic potion?   What about an easy to read book that will teach you how to be the hot passionate lover she’s looking for? 

 Has your lovemaking become a boring routine? She knows every move you will make. Many women will get bored with the dull, un-stimulating, weak sex in a relationship.  “Love’s Tip” Without a reason, surprise her with a card, a red rose, or meet her at the job for lunch. You can make a candlelight dinner when she gets home or order Chinese food with a little wine, then eat in bed together.   “The Passionate Lover” has helped millions by putting the fire and passion back into their relationship. WWW.THEPASSIONATELOVER.NET

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SCOTTSDALE Butterfield’s Pancake House 7388 E Shea Blvd Open 6am-3pm 7 days (480) 951-6002 Café Carumba 7303 E Indian School Rd Open 7am, 7 days (480) 947-8777

Original Pancake House 6840 E Camelback Rd Open 9am-2pm daily (480) 946-4902 The Breakfast Club 4400 N Scottsdale Rd Open 6am M-F, 8am Sat/Sun (480) 222-2582 The Breakfast Joynt 14891 N Northsight Blvd Open Daily 6:30am-2:30pm (480) 443-5324 The Orange Table 7373 E Scottsdale Mall Open Sun/Mon 7am-3pm Tues-Sat 7am-10pm (480) 424-6819 US Egg 3238 N Scottsdale Rd Open 6:30am-2:30pm, 7 days (480) 947-7344

TEMPE AZ Bread Company 315 W Elliot Rd Open 6:30-2pm M-F 7am-2pm Sat/Sun (480) 831-1300 Chompies 1160 E. University Mon-Fri, 6am-8pm, Sat/Sun 7am-8pm (480) 557-0700 Crackers & Co. Café 1285 W Elliot Road Open 7am-2:30pm, 7 days (480) 705-7900 US Egg 131 E Baseline Rd Open 6:30am-2:30pm, 7 days (480) 831-0070

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Spring Forward with Beer Events This is the time of the year when many events are happening and fortunately for us, more and more of them are involving great beer. We’ve already survived the Strong Beer Festival, Beer Week, and Great Arizona Beer Festival, but there are still plenty more events happening. So get out your calendars and let’s see what’s doing this spring. Thursday night, April 7th is the Arizona Restaurant Association’s annual Forks and Corks event. Long thought of as a wine only event, over the last couple of years we’ve been seeing more and more good beer showing up. This year look for several beer and food pairing booths. One of the ones we are looking forward to is The District which features chicken and waffles, along with a peanut butter, banana and Nutella sandwich.

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Follow us on and www.worldclassbeverages.com The High-End Beer Division of Crescent Crown” We understand that this will be paired with Sonoran White Chocolate Ale. Another one that looks exciting is the American Bison with bitter chocolate pomegranate molasses barbecue sauce, paired with Great Divide’s Hoss Rye Lager. Other highlights will be pairings from SanTan Brewing featuring one of their beers, The Arrogant Butcher paired with Gulden Draak, The Melting Pot with Left Hand Brewing, Doubletree Paradise Valley Resort with Ballast Point, and Litchfield’s with TripelKarmeliet. Look for another table featuring favorite craft beers all by themselves. Go to www. forksandcorks.org for more details.

food, Sun Up Brewing, Papago Brewing, Big Sky Brewing, New Belgium, Alaskan and many more here. This event is always a great day out in the beautiful April weather here in Arizona. Coupled with the Great Arizona Picnic, it’s a good time for all. For a complete list and information on tickets check out www.scottsdaleculinaryfestival. org. Moving on, we run in to a couple of weeks of just normal stuff before we start the home stretch of event season. There is all kinds of stuff going on the weekend of April 29th.

Following that up, the weekend features the end of the Scottsdale Culinary Festival which of course means the Southwest Festival of Beers. Plenty of fantastic beer to go with great music here. Look for SanTan Brewing to offer beer and

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Let’s start with a weekend of fun and bocce. Beer for Brains Foundation will host the annual bocce tournament, now known as Bocce Brew Ha Ha at the Millennium Resort in Scottsdale. This event features fun and games and beer and food and even a little bit of bocce. Starting off with a poolside happy hour where you will get to drink some great beer and meet the competition. Afterwards everybody heads over to the spacious front lawn for the first round of the tournament and the totally non-ceremonial tapping of the kegs. Friday ends up with several private tastings hosted by various miscreants throughout the resort. Saturday starts with breakfast and beer followed by bocce, lunch and beer, more bocce and beer, the finals and then a nice dinner held poolside. For details go to www. thebeerforbrainsfoundation.org. Continued on Page 25...


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Also that weekend, we have several more events to amuse you. For those of you with the spirit of New Orleans in you, head off to Kiwanis Park in Tempe on April 30th for the Great Cajun Crawfish Boil. Put on by the Cajun Cactus Foundation, this is a party and a half. Live mud bugs (as they are known in Louisiana) will be flown in and prepared at the event. The menu will also feature boiled shrimp, fried pickles, dirty rice, red beans and rice, green olive coleslaw, hot links, Krispy Kreme

bread pudding, Abita Beer and so much more. Trust me, this is an event that will sell out and, if you are into the Cajun life, one you do not want to miss. www.greatcajuncrawfish. com.

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If you are more of a Vegas person, then donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t fret. The same evening that people are picking crawfish and dancing to Zydeco in Tempe, the South Bridge area of Old Town Scottsdale will feature Viva Las Vegas put on by the Valley of the Sun Active 20-30 club. This semiContinued on Page 26...

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formal event will have food from several top restaurants, wine, spirits, plenty of fine beer, and casino style gaming tables set up all around the event. Add in live entertainment by Elvis Before Noon and you got yourself a party. For you serious gamers, plan on getting there early to participate in the pre-event poker tournament. Details and tickets at www.vivalasvegasaz.com.

The weekend of May 14th will be the tenth anniversary of Papago Brewing located in Scottsdale. They will be celebrating Saturday night with a very special beer dinner to be held at Greyhawk. Details are still being finalized but you will see them first at www.papagobrewing. com. For the travelers in the bunch, this is the weekend to head to Northern California, specifically Boonville, for the annual Boonville Beer Festival. Hosted by the Anderson Valley Brewing Company and held at the Mendocino Fair Ground, this is a festival like no other. With beers from all over the

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One more big event to wrap up festival season, and a big one it is. SanTan Brewing Company will host the Valley’s first ever, Ameri-CAN Festival. This festival will offer nothing but canned beers including many not found in Arizona. Early word is that commitments have been made by 21st Amendment, Surly, Caldera, Maui and many more to send beer to this event. In addition to the festival itself, there will be a competition to determine the top canned beers in America and other fun sidebars to the weekend. Look for this to take place the weekend of May 20th which also happens to be the closing weekend of American Craft Beer Week. Stay tuned at www.santanbrewing.com for all the details. And, we will be bringing you more info on American Craft Beer Week as it gets closer. That’s about it for major events this spring. Not that it’s not enough. Hope to see you out and about and hoisting a beer or two at any or all of these fine gatherings.


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Phoenix 85024 Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Left Hand Milk Stout, St. Bernardus ABT 12 Main Ingredient Ale House 2337 N. 7th St. Phoenix 85006 Ask for: Avery White Rascal, Oskar Blues Gordon, Great Divide Wild Raspberry Moto 6845 N. 16th St. Phoenix 85016 Ask for: Breckenridge 471 IPA, Great Divide Denver Pale Ale, New Belgium Ranger IPA Rock Bottom Brewery 14205 S. 50th St. Phoenix 85044 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale

Macayo’s Depot Cantina 300 South Ash Avenue Tempe, AZ 85281 Grand Canyon American Pilsner, Papago Orange Blossom, San Tan Devils Ale

ZIPPS Sports Grill 3647 E. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, 85018 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip, New Belgium 1554

Taste of Tops 403 W. University Dr. Tempe 85251 Ask for: Bell’s Oberon, Big Sky Moose Drool, Alaskan Amber

Bison Witches 21 E. 6th St. Tempe 85281 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Big Sky Moose Drool, Breckenridge Avalanche Amber

Roosevelt Tavern 816 N. 3rd Street Phoenix, 85004 Ask for: North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Flying Dog in Heat Wheat Sandstone Café 4959 W. Ray Rd Chandler 85226 Ask for: Grand Canyon Sunset Amber, San Tan Devils Ale, New

Gordon Biersch 420 S. mill Ave. Tempe 85281 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner

The Yard House 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix 85050 Ask for: Gulden Draak, Lost Coast Great White, Alaskan Amber

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Rock Bottom Brewery 21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix 85050 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale

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Belgium 1554 Sun Up Brewery 322 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix 85012 Ask for: Trooper IPA, Armadillo Red, Light Rail Cream Ale

Boulders on Broadway 530 W. Broadway Rd. Tempe 85282 Ask for: Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, New Belium Ranger IPA, Lost Coast Great White Four Peaks Brewery 1340 E. 8th St.  Tempe 85281 Ask for: Kilt Lifter, 8th St. Ale, Hop Knot IPA

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Tavern on Mill 404 s Mill Ave Tempe, 85281 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Papago Orange Blossom Yucca Tap Room 29 W. Southern Ave. Tempe 85282 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Bell’s Oberon, Big Sky Moose Drool WEST SIDE Gordon Biersch 6915 N. 95th Ave. Glendale 85305 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner Ground Control 14140 W. Indian School Rd.

Goodyear, 85338 Ask for: Schneider Weisse, Tripel Karmeliet, St. Bernardus ABT 12 Mellow Mushroom 2490 W. Happy Valley Rd. Phoenix, 85085 Ask for: Abita Purple Haze, Grand Canyon Pilsner, Sonoran Inebriator Old Chicago 5695 W. Bell Rd. Glendale, 85308 Ask for: Breckenridge Vanilla Porter, Big Sky Moose Drool, SKA Pinstripe Red Original Wineburger 6027 N. 19th Ave.  Phoenix 85015 Ask for: Dale’s Pale Ale, Bavik Premium Pilsner, Big Sky IPA Rock Bottom Brewery 7640 W. Bell Rd. Glendale 85308 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale The Yard House 2401 W. Westgate Blvd. Glendale 85305 Ask for: Abita Purple Haze, Pyramid Haywire Hefeweizen, Tripel Karmeliet SCOTTSDALE Blue 32 Sports Grill 7923 North Scottsdale rd Scottsdale AZ, 85253 Papago Orange Blossom/Sun Up


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955 E. University Dr. • Tempe • (480) 921-2585 Trooper IPA/Moose Drool Blu Burger Grille 20511 N. Hayden Rd. Scottsdale 85255 Ask for: Grand Canyon Amber, Bell’s Oberon, Big Sky IPA, Dogfish Head Carefree Station 7212 Ho Hum Rd. Carefree, 85377 Ask for: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Big Sky Trout Slayer, New Belgium Fat Tire Chop & Wok 7136 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale 85254 Flying Dog Old Scratch, Blue Moon, Grand Canyon Pilsner Culinary Dropout 7135 E. Camelback Scottsdale, 85251 Ask for: Avery White Rascal, Abita Purple Haze, Breckenridge Avalanche Amber Four Peaks Brewery 15730 N. Pima Rd. Scottsdale 85260 Ask for: Kilt Lifter, 8th St. Ale, Hop Knot IPA Goldie’s Sports Cafe 10135 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, 85258 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip, New Belgium 1554

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Gordon Biersch 18545 N. Allied Way Scottsdale 85054 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner

ZIPPS Sports Grill 14148 N. 100th St. Scottsdale, 85259 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip, New Belgium 1554

Gordon Biersch 2218 E. Williams Field Rd. Gilbert 85296 Ask for: Golden Export, Hefeweizen, Czech Pilsner

Papago Brewing Company 7107 E. McDowell Rd.  Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Orange Blossom, Hopago IPA, El Robusto Porter

ZIPPS Sports Grill 8380 E. Via De Ventura Scottsdale, 85258 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip

Iguana Macks 1371 N. Alma School Rd. Chandler 85224 Ask for: San Tan Epicenter, Blue Moon, Oskar Blues Dales Pale Ale

Rock Bottom Brewery 8668 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale 85260 Ask for: Dreamcatcher, Raptor Red, Desert Trail Pale Ale

ZIPPS Sports Grill 6501 E. Greenway Pkwy Scottsdale 85254 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip

Murphy’s Law 58 S. San Marcos Pl. Chandler 85225 Ask for: Port Old Viscosity, Lost Abbey Ten Commandments, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter

The Yard House 7014 E. Camelback Rd. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Papago Orange Blossom, Abita Purple Haze, Bear Republic Racer 5 TT Roadhouse 2915 N. 68th St. Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Ska Modus IPA, Papago Orange Blossom, San Tan Devils Ale Upper Deck 4224 N. Craftsman Court Scottsdale 85251 Ask for: Blue Moon, Bell’s Oberon, Fat Tire

EAST VALLEY A-Town Tavern 3820 E.Ray Rd. Ahwatukee Ask for: Big Sky Moose Drool, Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA Flanny’s Bar & Grill 1805 E. Elliot Rd. Tempe, 85284 Ask For: Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, San Tan Devil’s Ale, Tripel Karmeliet The Hungry Monk 1760 W. Chandler Blvd Chandler, 85224 Ask for: Bell’s Two Hearted, Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout, Bell’s Oberon

Old Chicago 1656 S. Alma School Rd. Mesa, 85210 Ask for: Big Sky Moose Drool, Flying Dog Snake Dog, Left Hand Saw Tooth Old Chicago 6821 E. Superstition Springs Blvd Mesa 85209 Ask for: Big Sky Moose Drool, Abita Purple Haze, Grand Canyon Amber

San Tan Brewery 8 S. San Marcos Plaza Chandler,85225 Ask for:Sun Spot Gold,Devils Ale Sun Devil Liquors Cellar 235 N. Country Club Drive Mesa, 85201 Ask for: Dale’s Pale Ale, Anderson Valley Summer Solstice, SKA Modus Hoperandi

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ZIPPS Sports Grill 3950 W. Ray Rd Chandler, 85226 Ask for: Blue Moon, Alaskan Amber, Skinny Dip Spitfire Grill & Tavern 1706 East Warner rd Tempe, AZ 85248 Grand Canyon American Pilsner/ Breckenridge Vanilla porter/ Moose Drool 1st Round Draft 1520 West Warner rd Gilbert AZ 85233 Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout/Crispin Cider/Blue Moon

Old Chicago 135 W. Ocotillo Rd. Chandler, 85248 Ask for: Bell’s Amber, Bell’s Kalamazoo Stout, Breckenridge Vanilla Porter

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Happy Hour Everyday 4-7pm & 10-cl 2 off all wines by the glass $1 off all draft beers $4 well drinks. 1534 E. Bethany Home Rd Phoenix 85014 (602) 265-4125

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16th St. Sports Bar - Mon-Fri, 3-7pm - Specials on Three Olive Vodka, Carlsberg, Mirror Pond, and more! Every Weds. - Well Mania - 2 For 1 Well Drinks, Every Fri. - Jack, Jim ‘N James - Jack Daniels, Jim Beam & Jameson $3.50, Beer of the Month $3 All Day 25 Degrees - Daily, 3-7pm $2.50 Wells & Domestic Bottles, $5 Wine Selection, $4 20oz Drafts, $25% Off Bottled Wine. Armitage - Mon-Sat, 3-7pm & 10pm-Close, All Day HH on Mon - Special on Wine, Food, Martinis & Spirits.

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The Big Bang - 5-8pm  Fri/Sat - All Drinks $2-$3- (480) 557-5595  Bar 350 - $3.50 Wells and Domestic Bottles Every Day! Bison Witches - Happy Hour 4-7pm Mon-Fri $3 premium pints and select calls and $1 off apps. (480)894-9104 Blue Martini - Every Day 4-7pm 1/2 off all Drinks and Appetizers “In the Biz” 7 Days a week after 11pm. (480) 638-BLUE 

www.rtosullivans.com 1010 Southern Ave ,Mesa AZ 6646 Superstition Springs Blvd, Mesa Az 5830 Bell Rd, Glendale AZ Boulders On Broadway  - Monday thru Friday 3-7PM/10-CLOSE, and ALL DAY Saturday.  $2.50 select appetizers.  $3.50 craft pints, $2.50 domestic pints.  (480) 921-9431   Canteen - Daily, 4-6:30pm 1/2 Off 100% Agave House Margaritas, Bottled & Draft Beer, Premium Well Drinks, All Tequilas & Select Food Items. Cantina Laredo - Mon-Fri, 4-7pm  Casa Ritas $3, Domestic Beers $2.50, Imported Beers $3.25, House Wine $4, Well drinks $4 plus discounted appetizers. 

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Sun Up Brewing Company & Brewhouse 322 E. Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85012 602-279-8909 www.sunupbrewing.com Carefree Station - 50% OFF ALL Beer, Wine and Liquor. All Day. Every Day. All Summer Long. Hundreds to choose from. 480.488.8182 Chop and Wok - T 3-7pm, 7 Days! $3 Jager shots, $3 Well Drinks, $2 Coors Light, $2 Bud Light, $1 PBRs!, $4 Orange Sunshine, Half off appetizers. CK’s-  Mon-Sat  3-7PM, Reverse Happy Hour, Sun-Thurs, 10-Close, ½ Price Selected Appetizers, $2.50 Domestic Bottles and Pints, $2.50 Daily Import Special and $2.50 Heineken Pints All Day Every Day - (480) 706-5564

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2 Irishmen leftover from St. Patrick’s. Someone please claim them. Daily Happy Hour 4-7pm Reduced Well, Wine, Draft Bottles and Appetizers 906 E. Camelback Road Phoenix, AZ 85014 (602) 241-1916 www.rosiemccaffreys.com

BEST HAPPY HOUR ON MILL AVE! 4:00 to to 6:30 6:30 PM PM 4:00 Every Day Day Every Half off off 100% 100% Agave Agave Half House Margaritas, Margaritas, House Bottled and and Draft Draft Beer, Beer, Bottled Premium Well Well Drinks, Drinks, Premium all Tequilas, Tequilas, and and all select food food items! items! select www.canteentequilabar.com www.canteentequilabar.com D’Arcy McGee’s – 3pm-6pm and 9pm to close. $3 Pints. Devil’s Advocate - Happy Hour 3-7 Pm Monday-Friday Drink Specials  Frashers -  Mon-Fri 4-7PM, ½ Off All Appetizers, ½ Off All House Drinks, House Wine & Beer - (480) 429-9544 Fuego Tacos - 3pm-7pm, Mon-Sat - $3 Tacos, $4 Crafted Cocktails, $4 Margaritas & Mojitos, $4 Sangria & Wines. Hungry Monk – 7 Days, 11am-7pm. $1 off all drinks

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$3.50 Domestic Bottles & Wells Every Day 3752 N Scottsdale Road - Scottsdale, AZ 85251 480.388.3544 - www.bar350.com

HAPPY HOUR!! Mon-Fri 4:30 to 6:30pm 1/2 Off All Cocktails & Liquor $4.50 Smoking Loons wine $2.00 Domestic Beers $3.00 Import Beers Reverse Happy Hour Sunday - Thursday 10pm to close $2.00 Domestic Beers $3.00 Imported Beers

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$6 Appetizers 1/2 Off Drafts 1/2 Off House Martinis $1 Off Bottles $4 Well Drinks $6 House Wines Reverse Happy Hour Mon-Sun 10-close At DC Ranch 20751 N. Pima Rd Scottsdale 85255 (480) 473-5522 www.WestAddisonAZ.com

8787 N. Scottsdale Rd (480) 951-6445 www.VillageTavern.com Murphy’s Law - M-F, 3-7pm $3 Wells, $3 Domestic Beers, $4 Calls, $4 House Wine, $4 Premiums of the Week (4 Rotating every week - 2 light, 2 dark) My Big Fat Greek Restaurant - Mon-Sun 3-6. Sun-Thu reverse happy hour 10-close. $3 well, draft, house wine, and Skyy Vodka. $4 appetizers. (480) 966-5883 Rock Bottom – $3 Happy Hour food Menu, $3.25 drink specials. 3:30-6:30 Mon-Fri 10PM-Close Mon-Saturday and 8PM-close on Sundays. Call to Reserve space for office party and group functions 480-598-1300.

RT O’Sullivans - Mon-Fri, 11am-7pm - $1 Off Wine, Well, Beer, $3.75 25oz Domestic Mugs (Bud Lt., Coors Lt., Miller Lite), Mon-Fri, All Apps 1/2 Off & 10pm-12am Every Night, All Day Every Day, $3 Pyrat Rum Drinks San Tan Brewing – Mon-Fri, 2pm-6pm. $3.75 18oz pints, $4 House wines, $1 off everything behind the bar, $5 Appetizers. The Stockyards - FREE Ground Tenderloin Sliders!  $3 Bottled Beer, $4 Well Drinks, $5 House Wines, $2 Off Drafts, $2 Off Appetizers, Monday – Friday 4:00pm – 7:00pm (602) 273-7378

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New Enlarged Bar Area 7th & Glendale 602.264-0700 The Tavern on Mill - M-Th - 4-9pm / Fri - 4-8pm - $1 off well, wine & drafts, 50% off appetizers, (480) 967-5886 TTRoadhouse - M-F 11:30-7PM - $.50 (50 cents) off all well & draft Sunday - $1.00 PBR, Old Style & Schlitz; Free Pool Sat & Sun till 7PM (480)947-8723 West Addison - M-F, 3-7pm 1/2 Off Drafts, $4 Well Drinks, 1/2 Off House Martinis, $1 Off Bottle Beer, $6 Glass Wine, All Apps $6 Reverse HH, 9-Close

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(480) 926-2843 – Tue, Sat

Boston’s 1730 E. Elliot Rd, Tempe (480) 831-0822 – Thu, Sat, Sun

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

Brass Rail 3738 E. Thomas, Phoenix (602) 956-1280 - Wed

Ernies Inn 10443 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale (480) 948-4422 – 7 Days

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

Famous Sam’s 2730 E. Baseline, Mesa (480) 699-8142 - Wed, Sun

Brigett’s Last Laugh 17222 N. Cave Creek, Phoenix (602) 788-0507 – 7 Days Casey Jones Grill on Bell 2848 E Bell Rd Phoenix, AZ 602 493-9930 - Fri Chances Are 7570 E. 6th Ave, Scottsdale (480) 994-4338 – Mon, Thu Chuy’s 1831 E. Baseline, Tempe (480) 777-2905 - Fri Clicks Billiards 3935 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix (602) 220-0859 - Wed Devil’s Hideaway 1807 E. Baseline Rd. Ste. 101 - Tempe (480) 491-0442 Wed & Sun Dirty Drummer 1211 N. Country Club, Mesa (480) 834-6371 - Sat Dirty Drummer 3002 N. Arizona Ave, Chandler

Famous Sam’s (NW Corner of Baseline & Lindsay) 720 W. Ray Rd., Chandler (480) 899-9804 - Sat Fox & Hound 1017 E. Baseline Rd., Gilbert (480) 507-2343 – Tue, Wed Gallagher’s 7575 N. 16th St., Phoenix (602) 997-0084 – Thu, Sat Giligin’s 4251 N. Winfield, Scottsdale (480) 874-2264 – Sun, Mon, Wed, Thu Grapevine 4013 N. Brown, Scottsdale (480) 994-1792 – 7 Days Hazelwoods 3626 E. Indian School, Phoenix (602) 957-2462 – Tue, Sat JJ’s Cantina 409 N. Scottsdale Rd., Phoenix (480) 990-3477 – Fri, Sat JJ Madison’s

430 N. Power Rd., Mesa (480) 924-8778 – Tue, Fri Max Sports Bar 7134 E. Thomas, Scottsdale (480) 9944488 -Sat O Kelley’s 2120 W. Guadalupe, Mesa (480) 756-6069 – Mon, Thu Pranksters Too 7919 E. Thomas, Scottsdale (480) 990-1114 - Tue Sandstone Cafe 4959 W. Ray Rd, Chandler (480) 961-2913

WEST SIDE Bullock’s 2601 W. Bethany Home, Phoenix (602) 433-9303 – 7 Days Chantilly’s 717 W. Union Hills, Phoenix (602) 789-1417 - Sat Cocomo Joe’s 28244 N. Tatum, Phoenix (480) 538-8008 – Wed, Sun Clubhouse Grill 14175 W. Indian School Rd Goodyear, AZ 85393 623-535 – GULP (4857) Wednesday Enoch’s 6750 W. Peoria, Peoria (623) 878-6296 – 7 Days

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George & Dragon 4240 N. Central Ave, Phoenix (602) 241-0018 - Mon Lighthouse 12351 W. Indian School Rd., Avondale (623) 935-2471 – 7 Days Marc’s Sports Grill 4494 W. Peoria, Phoenix (623) 842-1053 – 7 Days Old Chicago 5695 W. Bell Rd., Glendale (602) 938-8808 - Sat Pappy’s Sports Bar 11801N. 19th Ave, Phoenix (602) 944-3992 - Thu Stinger’s 10222 N. 43rd Ave, Phoenix (623) 937-9645 – 7 Days Wild Bills 6840 N. 27th Ave, Phoenix (602) 242-2345 – 7 Days

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WEDNESDAY AZOOL Grill 8pm-1 3134 W Carefree Hwy, Phx, AZ (In Albertson’s Plaza) 602 582-5177 CLICK’s BILLIARDS 9pm-1 3935 E Thomas Rd, Phx, AZ (East End of Walmart Plaza) 602 220-0859 SUGAR SHACK Sports Grill 8pm-12 6830 E 5th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ (Just North of Indian School) 480 553-7833 THURSDAY TOP SHELF Peoria 8pm-12 21910 N 83rd Ave (Just North of Deer Valley Rd) Peoria, AZ 623 561-0050 FRIDAY AZOOL Grill 9pm-1 3134 W Carefree Hwy, Phx, AZ (In Albertson’s Plaza) 602 582-5177 TOP SHELF Phoenix 9pm-2 3301 W Greenway Rd Phx, AZ 602 993-5463 SATURDAY TOP SHELF Phoenix 9pm-2 3301 W Greenway Rd Phx, AZ 602 993-5463 TOP SHELF Peoria 8pm-12 21910 N 83rd Ave (Just North of Deer Valley Rd) Peoria, AZ 623 561-0050

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Field Tested A group that achieved significant Major League success is working to change the direction of the D-backs By Greg Salvatore It started in the early mornings when the only other people around are the security guards beginning their morning shifts and the grounds crew getting the many fields ready for the day. It started because they had a passion for their work and a belief that making others better shouldn’t be their only priority. They should make themselves better, too. “I think that the cohesion started Day 1 in the weight room,” Glenn Sherlock said. “At six o’clock in the morning.” This cohesion among D-backs coaches that immediately became so evident started despite the group coming from many different places, but in part because they had so many links. Matt Williams coached under Kirk Gibson.

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Photography: Jordan Megenhardt A former manager with Detroit, Bench Coach Alan Trammell has known Kirk Gibson since the late 1970s, when they came up in the Tigers organization.

Gibson coached under his longtime teammate Alan Trammell. Trammell coached for Kevin Towers’ San Diego team. Charles Nagy pitched the last year of his career for Towers in San Diego. Don Baylor managed Eric Young (on two different teams), who played the last year of his career for Towers in San Diego. Wilson Valera was a Giants bullpen catcher at the end of his playing career when Matt Williams played in San Francisco. Williams went from San Fran to Cleveland, where he was a teammate of Nagy, and then on to Arizona where he played for Glenn Sherlock. It’s a small world, baseball. This D-backs coaching staff is well connected through Towers, clearly, and the D-backs General Manager had it as his first priority to revamp the team on the field, long before he ever reconstructed the team’s bullpen or bench. The D-backs needed baseball instruction and an attitude adjustment, and he made the necessary moves to get it done. It began by retaining the team’s manager, to whom many players responded with reverence. “I was hoping to play for Gibby again,” starting pitcher Ian Kennedy said, “because I really liked him.” The next move, announced the same day as Gibson’s new contract, was the retention of Glenn Sherlock and Matt Williams. A part of the D-backs’ plans are to regain the attitude and work ethic the team had when it won three division titles and a World Series in a four-year stretch. Williams and Sherlock played key roles on those clubs, Williams as a third baseman and cleanup hitter, Sherlock as the team’s bullpen coach and catching instructor. “He’s as good as I’ve ever seen, the way

Photography: Jordan Megenhardt Kirk Gibson has one of the most experienced staffs in Major League Baseball flanking him as he begins his first full season as manager.

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his routine his, the rapport he has with the players,” Gibson said of Sherlock. “He originally came from the Yankees and came over here with Buck Showalter. He’s got that pedigree with him. He’s well respected and has become a very good friend of mine, as well.” Williams clearly made a good first impression on Gibson and Towers in his first year as coach. The same meticulous preparation and focused intensity that he showed in an All-Star career came across in his first go-round as a first base coach for the D-backs last year. At the end of the season in an instructional league game at Chase Field—where most of the very few attendees were there to watch pitching prospects Jarrod Parker and Tyler Skaggs—Williams switched boxes and moved to the side of the field where he was most comfortable, the third base side, where he racked up almost 15,000 innings in the field. “He’s hungry; he’s an animal,” Gibson said. “Matty’s a type of person that we’re looking for. His exhaust is what we want to breathe.” When the coaching search expanded to fill the remaining spots, the D-backs found guys at different ends of the spectrum. Two of them had managed in the Major Leagues, two of them had never coached on a big league staff but had extensive experience as players. Don Baylor, the elder statesman of this D-backs group, began his career playing for Hall of Fame manager Earl Weaver, and finished it by playing for Hall of Fame-bound manager Tony LaRussa. In between them, Baylor played for Chuck Tanner, Gene Mauch, Billy Martin and Tom Kelly. When D-backs Vice President and Assistant to the General Manager Bob Gebhard took over as the first GM in Colorado Rockies history, he hired Baylor, who had been a hitting coach in Milwaukee and St. Louis, to be the manager for the Rockies’ inaugural season. In 1995, the team’s third year, they reached the postseason where they lost to the Atlanta Braves who, incidentally, went on to beat Nagy’s Cleveland Indians in the World Series. Alan Trammel took a much less circuitous route to a big league coaching career. In 20 years in the Major Leagues, Trammell played for one team. And for 15 of those years, he played for one manager, he and Gibson’s coaching idol, Sparky Anderson. After a stint as hitting coach with the Tigers and first base coach with the Padres, he returned to Detroit to manage the only franchise he ever knew as a player.

Eric Young coached in the Houston Astros’ minor league system as a baserunning and outfield coordinator last season, after working for ESPN as a Baseball Tonight analyst. This is his debut as a Major League coach. “There are a lot of credentials in that (coaches’) room,” Young said, “and I’m the baby, I’m the minor in the room.” In the search for a pitching coach, Towers not only wanted the usual assortment of skills and experience one would look for, but also took it as an opportunity to find someone who might neatly fit the D-backs starting pitchers. In Kennedy and Barry Enright, the team has right-handers with good control and the likelihood to generate outs by throwing the fastball for strikes, setting up their stronger off-speed pitches in favorable counts. Though Daniel Hudson blew NL hitters away in his rookie season in 2010, even he turns to the changeup as the most dangerous pitch in his arsenal. It just so happened that the Columbus Clippers had a coach who fit that description himself when he played, and would become a hot commodity on the coaching market after helping lead the Clippers to a Triple-A championship last season. Thus, the Dbacks turned to Charles Nagy. “We don’t have power-type pitchers and Charles wasn’t a power-type pitcher,” Towers said. “The style of pitcher that he was is a lot like Kennedy, Enright, Hudson.” The pitchers agree. Kennedy, who said he was overwhelmed with the experience of the coaching staff, talked shop with Nagy over the phone this winter before reporting to Spring Training, then was pleased with his instruction immediately. Enright, who called Nagy one of the most positive people he had ever been around in his short career in baseball, appreciates the fact that his coach can put himself in his pitchers’ shoes. “I know he knows who I am,” Enright said, “and those similarities will help him relate to me and help me relate to him.” A coaching staff would be incomplete without the ability to communicate effectively with every player on an equal plane, and with none of the other seven being a native Spanish speaker, the D-backs wanted to add someone who could help with keeping Latin players in the loop. Enter Wilson Valera. Valera worked for the D-backs last season, as a coach with the club’s Dominican Summer League team. In the 1980s, he played shortstop on minor league squads for the Indians, Mets and White Sox.


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Photography: Jordan Megenhardt After playing 19 seasons in the big leagues, Hitting Coach Don Baylor (center) has been a Major League coach and manager for the last 20 years.

When he hung it up as a player, he worked as a bullpen catcher for the Giants and Cincinnati Reds. Valera’s task is to help the coaching staff communicate with the D-backs’ young Latin players, most of whom do speak English but still run into the risk of miscommunication, particularly with colloquialisms that don’t translate perfectly. “Often, Latin kids will acknowledge that, yes, they don’t understand,” Trammell said. “We’re trying to teach everybody the same way but sometimes, with a language barrier, there are words or sentences that get misconstrued.” Misconstruction can happen in other ways, as well. The perception that people have of some individuals gets painted by bygone particulars of their personality that showed when a guy was a player years ago. People who watched Gibson’s raging style when he played probably wouldn’t know that there is a sharp sense of humor underneath all that fire. Someone who watched Matt Williams’ serious or perhaps surly style on the field have probably never seen him going through soft-toss drills with kids. You would be hard pressed to find many nicer people in baseball than Trammell, whose almost constant positive energy makes it easy to forget that he was an All-Star so many times over and could wind up in Cooperstown someday. “My reputation, I’m a nice guy,” Trammell said, “but believe me, I didn’t play 20 years being a nice guy all the time. I’ve got a burning desire. I didn’t try to throw my helmet and stuff outside, but I did things underneath which was the way I was taught.”

Gibson and Trammell have known each other their entire adult lives. They came up together in the Tigers minor league system, Trammell as a second-round pick in 1976 who made his big league debut the next year, and Gibson as a first-round pick in 1978 who made his debut after one minor league season as well. By the middle of the 1979 season, Sparky Anderson, skipper of the decade’s dominant franchise, the Big Red Machine in Cincinnati, took over at the helm of the Tigers. Spend any amount of time talking baseball with either Gibson or Trammell, and you won’t leave the room without at least a mention of the Hall of Fame manager.

The shared ultimate goal that the coaching staff discusses is to bring the D-backs back to a position where they can contend in NL West. Though careful to point out that those things don’t happen overnight, the steps being taken are those that will elicit change.

“It’s a relationship that goes back to the late ’70s when we both came up with the Tigers,” Trammell said of his friendship with Gibson. “We’re similar in age, we’re a year apart, so we have a lot of things in common with music and the things that we do because of our age. Plus, we were taught together by the same person, Sparky Anderson.”

Being a Major League Baseball player gives a man many competitive outlets, from the game every night to contests in batting practice to card games on the plane or in the clubhouse. Some opportunities fade when playing skills erode, but the completive fire never quite burns out. It becomes a bonding element.

When the two retired, long after Gibson had played for other franchises elsewhere, they reunited in Detroit, with their Arizona roles reversed. Trammell was hired as manager of the Tigers, and as his right-hand man he picked Gibson, whose baseball philosophies were so closely tied to his own. “Our personalities are different,” Trammell said, “but with that being said, I played with a guy, Lou Whitaker, and our personalities were different but we played 19 years together and when we were on the field we knew what we were doing. I guess sometimes opposites attract but we are on the same page as far as baseball.”

“These players here, they work hard,” Baylor said. “What we’re trying to do is change the mindset. When you’ve been last place the last two years, it’s not acceptable. It’s just not. You have to crawl and dig your way out. Guys in the Major Leagues are not going to feel sorry for you.” Photography: Jon Willey Pitching Coach Charles Nagy helped Columbus to a Triple-A Championship in 2010, and won 129 games in 14 years as a big league pitcher.

like that. Years ago, we worked out a little bit differently but we had to do something to keep ourselves in the best of shape.”

“We’re baseball people,” Nagy said, “and baseball people usually get along well.”

“It’s kind of a fun thing,” Sherlock said. “It’s something we look forward to and it’s a good thing for our coaching staff.”

When the D-backs’ coaches were in the weight room at Salt River Fields before the sun came up most mornings, they had a workout designed for them by D-backs strength coach Nate Shaw that they followed. There was a chance to compete again.

Something to look forward to. Fresh start. The importance of feeling good. The little things that stand out about a daily morning workout apply naturally to the work being done in the clubhouse.

“We’re doing it for our own health and our own well being,” said Trammell, who likes to start his morning with a workout that lets him clear his mind and get a fresh start to the day. “It’s important for us to feel good, and we still like to move around a little bit. It goes back to our roots in playing. We were all players and the fact of the matter is, we’re used to doing stuff AZWeeklyMagazine.com

Change is coming. In some ways, it’s already here. And it started in that weight room at six o’clock in the morning. Read more about the D-backs coaching staff in the 2011 D-backs Yearbook, on sale at Team Shop locations

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San Tan Brewing Co. (480) 917-8700, 8 S. San Marcos Pl.: Carvin Jones. www.santanbrewing.com Fountain Hills Alamo Saloon (480) 837-5699, 11807 N Saguaro Blvd.: Sage Gentle-Wing and Runaway Train. myspace.com/ alamosaloon Glendale Donna Jean’s Libation (623) 979-7036, 6676 W. Bell Rd.: The Can’t Hardly Playboys and Krossthread. www.donnajeanslibations.com Mesa Goat Head Saloon (480) 464-8030, 1423 S. Country Club Dr.: The Prototype and Straylight. www.goatheadsaloon. com Hollywood Alley (480) 820-7117, 2610 W. Baseline Rd.: The Necronauts, JJCNV, Tremulants and Wizard Boots. myspace.com/hollywoodalley O’Kelley’s (480) 756-6069, 2120 W. Guadalupe Rd.: Rock Addix. www. okelleysbar.com The Office Sports Bar (480) 649-1650, 330 S. Gilbert Rd.: Classic Rock. Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill (480) 844-8629, 1065 N. Dobson Rd.: John Eric Band. www.tobysmesa.com Phoenix Desert Ridge Marketplace 21001 N. Tatum Blvd.: Knee Deep Experience (District Stage) and Mary Hoffman (AMC Fountain). www.shopdesertridge. com Duck and Decanter (602) 274-5429, 1651 E. Camelback Rd.: Sandy Hathaway. 1-4pm. www.duckanddecanter. com Ice House Tavern (602) 244-1179, 3855 E. Thomas Rd.: Special Deluxe, A Careless Skyline and Neurotic Pleasures. myspace.com/icehousetavernphx Joe’s Grotto (602) 992-1007, 13825 N. 32nd St.: RAC, Underwater, The

Live Music Calendar

Buckeye Waddell’s Longhorn Corral (623)8530395, 1629 N 195th Ave.: Justin Wright & High Octane. www.waddellslonghorncorral.com

Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr.: Graham Elwood, Doug Benson (comedian), DJ Thrichrome, The VeraGroove, DJ Soulman and Koalition AZ. www.martiniranchaz.net

Irish Pubs

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Morning After, Valley Love and Black Bottom Lighters. www.joesgrotto.com Lost Leaf Gallery (602) 258-0014, 914 N 5th St & Roosevelt: Colorstore. www. thelostleaf.org Steel Horse Saloon (602) 942-8778, 1818 W. Bell Rd., Suite 100: Burnin’ Betty. www.steelhorsesaloon.com The Trunk Space (602) 256-6006, 1506 N.W. Grand Ave.: World Class Thugs. www.thetrunkspace.com Scottsdale Dragonfly Cafe (480) 614-5516, 10135 E Via Linda.: Sarah Vanell. www. dragonflycafescottsdale.com Martini Ranch (480) 970-0500, 7295 E. Stetson Dr.: Vic Vega (Rod Stewart tribute) and Rock Lobster. www. martiniranchaz.net Pranksters Too (480) 990-1114, 7919 E. Thomas Rd.: The Lucas Cates Band and Dirty Lingo. www.prankstersgarandbrill.com Rogue Bar (480) 947-3580, 423 N. Scottsdale Rd.: Tugboat, Free Moral Agents (Ikey Owens of The Mars Volta), Black Carl, Odist (GA) and The Samuel Smith Band (SLC). myspace. com/theroguebar Tempe Club 910 (480) 966-0707, 910 N. McClintock Dr.: Top Dead Cemter, Among the Risen, Shine and Atom’s Fall. www.910liveaz.com Sail Inn (480) 839-6637, 26 S. Farmer St.: Black Carl, Hell & Lula, Yellow Minute and The Samuel Smith Band. www.thesailinn.com Tempe Marketplace 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy: The Del Rays (District Stage) and Jess Hawk Oakenstar (B&N Fountain). Yucca Tap Room (480) 967-4777, 29 W. Southern Ave.,(Southwest corner of Southern and Mill): Kevin Seconds, Exene Cervanka and Flathead. www. yuccatap.com

Wednesday – Apr 6

Scott Jeffers @ Dubliner Mike Mercier @ Fibber Magees Todd & Ethan @ O’Donoghue’s Holly Kirsten @ Skeptical Chymist

Thursday – Apr 7

Jay Allen @ Tim Finnegan’s Jim Gregory @ Fibber Magees DJ Jam w/ M.C. Carlos @ Irish Wolfhound Rula-oky @ Rula Bula Sarah Vanell @ D’Arcy McGee’s Los Thieves @ Murphy’s Law

Friday – Apr 8

Kilted Spirit @ Turf The Brazen Heads @ Tim Finnegan’s Kill Switch @ Irish Wolfhound Elvis Before Noon @ O’Donoghue’s Dave Heber @ Murphy’s Law The Manny Moonz Duo @ D’Arcy McGee’s The Sullivans @ Dubliner Shirley’s Temple @ Fibber Magees Shawn Johnson @ Rula Bula Jim Gregory @ Skeptical Chymist

Saturday – Apr 9

Kill Switch @ Irish Wolfhound Brian O’Carroll @ Turf The Brazen Heads @ Tim Finnegan’s Nineball @ O’Donoghue’s Bad Bad Rodney @ Murphy’s Law Big Daddy D & the Dynamites @ D’Arcy McGee’s The Sullivans @ Dubliner Pete & the Short Cummings @ Fibber Magees Night Groove @ Rula Bula Javier Garcia @ Skeptical Chymist


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Ratio (R&B, Blues, Fun, & Hip Hop) District Stage, 7-10pm Sherry Finzer (Easy Listening Flutist) AMC Fountain, 7-9pm

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Knee Deep Experienc (R&B, Funk Band) District Stage, 7-10pm Mary Hoffman (Country Singer/ Songwriter) AMC Fountain, 7-9pm Tatum at Loop 101 • www.ShopDesertRidge.com www.facebook.com/DesertRidgeMarketplace www.twitter.com/ShopDesertRidge

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Jake Dean & The Granting (Alternative Band) District Stage, 7-10pm Michael V. (Adult Contemporary Guitarist) Barnes & Noble Fountain, 7-9pm

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The Del Rayz (Powerhouse Blues Band) Barnes & Noble Fountain, 7-9pm Jess Hawk Oakenstar (Acoustic Guitarist ) District Stage, 7-10pm Loop 101 and 202 • www.tempemarketplace.com www.facebook.com/TempeMarketplace www.twitter.com/TMPDistrict

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Celebrity Theatre (602) 267-1600, 440 N. 32nd St., Phoenix: April 8th: Soulja Boy April 30th: Soul School Jam May 1st: Loretta Lynn May 11th: Leon Russell May 12th: Brian McKnight June 3rd: Kansas June 25th: Men of Soul: Jeffrey Osborne, Peabo Bryson and Freddie Jackson September 21st: Basia November 3rd: Wynonna www.celebritytheatre.com Chandler Center for the Arts (480) 782-2680, 250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler: April 8th: Street Beat April 16th: Chandler Symphony Orchestra Chamber Concert April 16th: Hotel California (Eagles tribute) April 30th: Seirra Leone’s Refugee All Stars www.chandlercenter.org The Clubhouse Music Venue (480) 967-7977, 1320 E. Broadway Rd., Tempe: April 8th: Talib Kweli w/ special guests April 9th: British Sea Power and A Classic Education April 15th: Biffy Clyro April 16th: Fayuca, Groove Stain, Jet West, Catfish Mustache, Rain A Fire and Less Than Zero May 14th: Alien Ant Farm www.clubhousegigs.com Club Red (480) 496-4733, 2155 E. University Dr., Tempe: April 8th: Sweaty April 9th: Stateline April 14th: Daedelus April 15th: Gene Loves Jezebel April 16th: Lando Kal April 22nd: Steelheart April 29th: Bang Tango April 30th: Coverz Inc May 7th: The Ryche May 10th: NoCanDo May 12th: Loudness May 20th: Howitzer May 26th: 40 oz. to Freedom www.clubredrocks.com Comerica Theatre (602) 379-2800, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix: (Formerly Dodge Theatre) April 8th: Janet Jackson April 9th: Aaron Lewis April 13th: Arcade Fire w/ Local Natives May 12th: Moody Blues June 10th: Jethro Tull – Aqualung 40th Anniversary Tour June 15th: Bruno Mars & Janelle Monae August 3rd: Katy Perry www.livenation.com The Compound Grill (480) 557-9087, 7000 E. Mayo Blvd., Scottsdale: April 7th: LeVee Town April 8th: Quetzal Guerrero and the Warriors April 9th: Stranger April 10th: AZ Chicks with Picks

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Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts (928) 684-6624, 1090 S. Vulture Mine Rd., Wickenburg: April 20th: US Army Field Concert Band & Soldiers Chorus www.delewebbcenter.org

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts (480) 994-2787, 7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale: April 12th: Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel: Paris – 1911: A Centennial Celebration April 21st: Nobusuki Tsujii April 29th: Jesse Cook and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org

Skye Restaurant and Lounge (623) 334-0010, 16844 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center Dr., Peoria: April 8th: Piano man April 8th: Peace Frog: Doors Experience April 9th: AZ Diamond April 10th: 3 International Tenors April 16th: Paperback Writer: Tribute to the Beatles April 17th: The Beach Toys: Tribute to the Beach Boys April 19th: Bo Bice Marquee Theatre (480) 829-0607. 730 N. Mill Ave., April 22nd: Don’t Stop Believin’ – A Tribute to Journey Tempe: April 23rd: Dead or Alive – The Bon Jovi Experience April 7th: G Love & Special Sauce w/ Belle Brigade April 24th: The Limeliters April 8th: A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, April 29th: ABBA Fab Pierce the Veil and We Came as Romans April 30th: The Rising – The Ultimate Bruce SpringsApril 9th: A Day to Remember, Bring Me the Horizon, teen Tribute Pierce the Veil and We Came as Romans www.skye-restaurant.com April 11th: All Time Low, Yellowcard, Hey Monday and The Summer Set Tempe Center for the Arts (480) 350-2822, 700 W. April 14th: The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant and Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe: The Stone Foxes April 9th: Mujeres Tres April 15th: The New Pornographers w/ Menomena www.tempe.gov/TCA April 16th: (sic)Monic w/ special guests www.luckymanonline.com U.S. Airways Center (602) 379-7800, 201 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix: Mesa Amphitheatre (480) 644-2560, 263 N. April 15th: Rod Stewart and Steve Nicks Center St., Mesa: April 19th: Lil Wayne April 9th: Wingstock Mesa June 16th: Rush April 11th: Volbeat and the Damned Things June 30th: New Kids on the Block and Backstreet April 14th: The Black Keys Boys April 23rd: UFest August 19th: Josh Groban June 9th: Deftones www.usairwayscenter.com www.mesaamp.com Underground/Nile Theatre (480) 559-5859, 105 Mesa Arts Center (480) 644-6500, 1 East Main W. Main St, Mesa: St., Mesa: April 8th: Funeral Pyre, The Secret, Cagematch and April 7th: Video Games Live Lago April 15th: Steve Tyrell April 11th: The Dangerous Summer Sparks the ResApril 22nd: Nikki Yanofsky cue, The Graduate, The Scenic and Radio Drive By April 12th: Protest the Hero, Mayelen & the Sons of May 1st: Rags to Riches: Pianist Rich Ridenour May 12th: Herb Alpert & Lani Hall Disaster and Tesseract www.mesaartslive.com April 15th: Wormrot, Landmine Marathon and Cagematch MIM Music Theater (480) 476-8000, 4725 E. Mayo April 18th: Subhumans, MDC and The Grim Blvd., Phoenix: April 19th: The Daylights April 10th: Young Sounds of Arizona: April Concert April 20th: Civet and Continental April 16th: “A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald” with The April 25th: Anon Amarth Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra www.mesaunderground.com April 20th: U.S. Army Field Band Woodwind Quintet April 27th: Lynn Aspnes (harp) and Elizabeth Buck (flute) April 30th: Ken Waldman: Alaska’s Fiddling Poet www.themim.org Jobing.com Arena (623) 772-3800, 9400 W. Maryland Ave., Glendale: April 9th: Nuclear Cowboyz May 1st: Kenny Chesney May 15th: Yanni October 7th: Keith Urban www.jobingarena.com

Rhythm Room (602) 265-4842, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix: April 7th: Papercuts Banjo or Freakout April 8th: Cold Shott & the Hurricane Horns April 9th: Soul Power Band April 9th: Harper April 10th: Captured by Robots! April 11th: Rory Block April 12th: Benefit for Japan Earthquake Relief featuring Gypsy & the Smokin’ Section, The Rocket 88’s, Hans Olson, Dave Riley & Bob Corritore, George Bowman, Larry D, Terraplane Station and Krimson Chord April 13th: Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys April 14th: Super Sterep, Tarik, Nuclothes and President Gator April 15th: George Bowman & Badness, Lucius Parr and Bam Bam April 16th: Big Nick & the Gila Monsters

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Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion (602) 2547200, 2121 N. 83rd Ave., Phoenix: (formerly Cricket Wireless Pavilion) June 3rd: Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan and The Band Perry June 17th: Motley Crue, Poison and New York Dolls July 24th: Journey, Foreigner and Night Ranger August 7th: Vans Warped Tour September 3rd: Def Leppard and Heart www.livenation.com

April 12th: Tuesday Jazz Jam April 13th: Oak Creek Band April 14th: Band of Heathers April 16th: Cold Shott & the Hurricane Horns www.thecompoundgrill.com

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Just in time to kick off 2011’s week of Earth Day celebrations, a three-day extravaganza in Scottsdale intends to make history. GreenStock™ Concert Series and Expo, which takes place at the Waterfront in Scottsdale on April 15, 16 and 17, is the first of its kind festival to bring the community together with green businesses, eco experts and world-class music GreenStock Concert Series acts to celebrate sustainability with and Expo at the Blue Waterfront in public outdoor yoga classes, more Agave Mexican Cantina than 100 green vendors, 20 bands, Scottsdale 7000 E. Mayogreen Blvd investor presentations, live th th broadcasts, book signings, artists April 15 – 17 2011 Scottsdale at the 101 and AZGreen Magazine’s “Where By Snowden Bishop 480-419-6375Lifestyle Meets Sustainability” lecture series.

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What’s amazing about this event is that the entire thing, concerts and all, will be powered by alternative clean energy. A portion of the proceeds will benefit non-profit groups A New Leaf, Desert Stages, and Keep Phoenix Beautiful!Along with the Concert, there is a Green Village Expo to showcase green products with educational and investment seminars. On Friday afternoon look for a wine and Mountainside Fitness will host two days yoga and fitness events on Saturday and Sunday mornings, and 20 local bands followed by the headliners. Friday’s band

lineup includes Vinyl Station and Candelbox. Saturday’s headliner is Carolina Liar. Sunday has been designated as a Christian Rock day, with such national acts as, Hyland, After Edmund and Grammy nominated, Fireflight. GreenStock™ Concert Series and Expo, takes place April 15-17 at the Scottsdale Waterfront. Ticket prices are $20 in advance or $30 at the door and include all concerts and events. The Green Expo is free until 2:00pm. For more information about how you can participate in GreenStock™ visit www.GreenStockConcert.com.


Thru April 30th at Talking Stick Resort

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Club Red

2155 E. University, Tempe • 480-CLUB-RED • www.ClubRedRocks Located at the SW Corner of University Drive and Loop 101 in Tempe

Fri 4/15 • 8 pm • 21+ • $12-$15

Fri 4/22 • 7 pm • 21+ • $20-$25

Gene Loves Jezebel is an 80s gothic rock band founded by (now feuding) twin brothers. Fat Tree, Jaboulian, Hi-Fi Beta and Bent Self.

Steelheart is a band fronted by Miljenko Matijevic. Mili’s powerful voice and multioctave range is the heart and soul of the band.

Gene Loves Jezebel STEELHEART Advance Tics at clubredrocks.com Thursday 4/14 • 8:30 pm • All Ages

DAEDELUS

Advance Tics at clubredrocks.com Tuesday 4/19 • 8 pm • All Ages

DAEDELUS weaves honeyed melodies and avant-electronic rave into magic! Plus Tokimonsta.

Electronica • $15–$18 Saturday 4/16 • 8 pm • 21+

KDKB Mike Gaube

KDKB’s Mike Gaube hosts his 2nd HEADBANGERS HEAVEN Party for Listeners.

Headbangers! • $5 Saturday 4/16 • 8 pm • 21+

Lando Kal of Lazer Sword

Dense instrumentation, analog synth, drum machine, complex melodies and creeping basslines.

Electronica • $12–$15 WED 4/6 Open Mic Wednesdays THR 4/7 9 Giants • Tatem FRI 4/8 Kava Kreation FRI 4/8 SWEATY SAT 4/9 STATELINE SAT 4/9 Losing God: CD Party WED 4/13 Open Mic Wednesdays THR 4/14 DAEDELUS FRI 4/15 Gene Loves Jezebel FRI 4/15 Japan Benefit Show SAT 4/16 Mike Gaube KDKB SAT 4/16 Lando Kal of Lazer Sword TUE 4/19 Digitour • Dave Days WED 4/20 United We Stand

THR 4/21 Veragroove • Samson FRI 4/22 STEELHEART SAT 4/23 REGGAE at RED SAT 4/23 Boulevards THR 4/28 Raekwon (Wu-Tang) FRI 4/29 BANG TANGO FRI 4/29 COvERz INC SAT 4/30 COvERz INC SAT 4/30 Romantasy Cabaret FRI 5/6 RAWK the HAWK SAT 5/7 RYCHE Costume Party TUE 5/10 NoCanDo • The Insects WED 5/11 A Taurus Takeover THR 5/12 LOUDNESS

DiGiTOUR • Dave Days Dave Days is a guy with big dreams. Not to mention those One Billion YouTube viewings!

Alt/Punk/Rock! • $5 Friday 4/29 • 7 pm • 21+

The Music of a generation is upon us.  Motown Memories brings back all the music that made Motor City famous. Featuring the timeless music of the Supremes, Stevie Wonder, the Temptations, Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye and many, many more, the cast of Motown Memories will leave you screaming for more.  The production stars Lori Mitchell Gaye, Ricci Benson, Aaron Singleton and Arizona’s own “American Idol” finalist David Hernandez (along with a complete cast of beautiful dancers). Motown Memories appears thru April 30th exclusively in the Showroom at Talking Stick Resort. Call (480) 850-7734 or visit www. talkingstickresort.com

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80s Metal • $13–$18 Thursday 5/12 • 7 pm • 21+

SINGER-SONGWRITER SUNDAYS April 10th 4-8pm, featuring Metro Phoenix’s known and soon to be known Singer-Songwriters Bring your guitar for open microphone. Amateurs and all music styles are welcome. Hosted by Jerry Baker.

Dave Days is a guy with big dreams. Not to mention those One Billion YouTube viewings!

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Japanese heavy metal band formed in 1981 by guitarist Akira Takasaki and drummer Munetaka Higuchi.

80’s Metal • $20–$25

SAT 5/14 Live, Loud & Local FRI 5/20 ROCK ADDIX FRI 5/20 HOWITzER SAT 5/21 STATELINE SAT 5/21 Walking Stick Hip-Hop TUE 5/24 DEvIN The DUDE THR 5/26 40 oz to FREEDOM SAT 5/28 Launchpad FRI 6/3 Hurtsmile: Gary Cherone SAT 6/4 FREQUIS WED 6.8 ACEYALONE TUE 6/28 GLITCH MOB FRI 7/8 Keep Metal Alive BANDS, send EPK via Sonic Bids

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Food and Beverages available for purchase on site. Bring your folding chairs and blankets for lawn seating. Goodyear Gardens is available for private party and corporate event rentals Ph: 602-751-5326

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JAZZ! Delphine Cortez

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Sherry Petta Trio 2nd Tuesday Every Month 7:30 – 9:30pm Delphine Cortez Trio 4th Tuesday Every Month 7:30 – 9:30pm

JW Desert Ridge Jazz Festival Saturday AND Sunday April 9th 2pm-10pm April 10th 12pm-8pm An impressive array of some of the best Jazz musicians in the country descend upon the enchanting Desert Ridge torch-lit courtyard for two days of music. Tickets are moving fast. www.sageconcerts.com for details.

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Glendale Jazz & Blues Festival April 9th 12pm-10pm April 10th 12pm-6pm The Glendale Jazz & Blues Festival will celebrate its 28th annual event with another phenomenal lineup of local, regional and national acts this year. The jazz headliners, Randy Brecker and John Abercrombie, are both nationally renowned artists that will amaze audiences during the free music festival April 9-10 in downtown Glendale.

8787 N. Scottsdale Rd (480) 951-6445 www.VillageTavern.com

SCOTTSDALE

 Bobby’s, 7122 E. Greenway Pkwy (Kierland), 480-556-0770, 6:00p Tues-Wed-Thurs, 
Rich Howard. mancusosrestaurant.com 

 Hyatt Gainey Ranch, 7500 E. Doubletree Ranch Road, 480-9913388, 7:30-11:30p Wed-Thurs, lobby stage, Sirocco.

 Kazimierz World Wine Bar, 7137 E. Stetson Drive, 480-946-3004, $5 cover after 8p. Margo Reed Band, 9-midnight Mon. Dennis Rowland & the Jazz Experience, 9-midnight Thurs.  www.kazbar.net 

 Remington’s, 7200 N. Scottsdale Road, 480-951-5101: 7200 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, 480951-5101. 6 pm Tues., Danny LongJudy Roberts-Tony Vacca; 6 p.m. Wed., Judy Roberts-piano-vocals (NEW - second Wed  + Margo Reed); 7 p.m. Thurs., Judy Roberts-pianovocals, Renee Patrick-vocals; 6 p.m. Fri., Danny Long-Judy Roberts + Trishelle; 6 p.m. Sat., Danny LongJudy Roberts; 4-8 p.m. Mon. & 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thurs., Rags Allenpiano-vocals; scottsdaleplaza.com 

Sacred Grounds Coffee House, Scottsdale Congregational United of Church of Christ, 4425 N. Granite Reef Road,  480-9462900, Thursdays, 7:30-9:30p. $5 donation, coffee, desserts available. Various artists. www.scucc.com

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


Rosario Ristorante, 9250 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale, 623-9311810, 7-10p Fridays  www. rosarioristorante.net 

 SKYE Restaurant & The Platinum Room, 16844 N. Arrowhead Fountain Center Drive, Peoria, 623334-0010.   www.liveatskye.com for shows.

PHOENIX 

TEMPE

 Gold Bar Espresso, 3141 S. McClintock Drive, 480-839-3082, Jazz Alliance, 7:30-11p Fri & Sun., www.goldbarespresso.org.   

John Henry’s,  909 E. Elliot, 480-730-9009, Aebi-Coulson Jazz Trio, 7-10p Sun., www. johnhenrysrestaurant.com  
 
Xtreme Bean Coffee Shop, Southern & McClintock, 480820-0333, Jack Wells & Friends (ragtime, standards), 7-10p, Mon. www.Xtremebean.com

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Bobby C’s, 1140 E. Washington St., Phoenix, 602-252-2273, Papa John DeFrancesco-organ, Ralph Carrasco-guitar, Paul Anderson-sax, Joe Costello-drums + guests, 4:306:30 p.m. first & third Sun.; Royce Murray Trio, 8-11 p.m. second Sun. bobbycee.com  Carly’s Bistro, 128 E. Roosevelt, 602-262-2759, Mill Avenue Jazz,  8-midnight Sundays & Mondays.  www.carlysbistro.com

 Doc’s Place Lounge, 40 E. Camelback, Phoenix, 602-2775999. Doc & Nayo + guests, 7:3011:30 pm Fri-Sat.

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Young Sounds Performs at MIM Sunday, April 10th, 2:30pm $10 Beginning as one jazz band, Young Sounds has matured into two big bands and a jazz combo. Called “the first and oldest program of its kind in the United States,” Young Sounds of Arizona was founded in 1971 to provide further training, performing opportunities, and artistic growth for young Valley musicians ages fourteen to nineteen. Young Sounds members are chosen by audition of middle school– and high school– aged students each year. www.theMIM.org



Lost Leaf, 914 N. 5th St. 602258-0014, 9:30 pm-midnight alt. Jiggle and Running From Bears alternating, 9:30 p.m.-midnight one Mon. per month, call for info: thelostleaf.org .thelostleaf.com
 
Paisley Violin Cafe, 1030 N.W. Grand Ave, 602-254-7843, 7:309:30p Thurs, Hi Lo Trio. http:// www.thepaisley.com



EAST VALLEY  Asia Restaurant, 1236 E. Baseline, Ste. 102, Mesa, 480-892-0688, various artists, 7:30-10:30p Fri-Sat. 

 Cantina Laredo, 2150 East Williams Field Road, Gilbert, 480782-6777, Sonan plays  8-11 pm Thursdays. 

 D*Vine Wine Bar & Bistro, 2837101 N. Power Road, Mesa  480654-4171, Mark DeCozio, 6-9p Tues. www.dvinewine101.com  
La Stalla Cucina Rustica, 68 W. Buffalo St., Chandler 480855-9990, 6-9p Sundays, www. lastallacr.com. 



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

 Lone Butte Casino, 1077 S. Kyrene Road, Chandler, 1-800-946-4452. Live Jazz Friday and Saturday.  Sunday Champagne Jazz Brunch, 4 seatings with various great Jazz artists and groups.  Pesto’s Gourmet Pizza and Wine Bar, 1960 W. Ray Road, Chandler, 480-821-2949. John Knowlton Trio 7-11 pm Sat. 

 Pita Jungle, 1949 W. Ray Road, Chandler, 480-855-3232, jazz jam w/The Pita Jungle Trio. 7-10p Thurs.  www.pitajungle.com 
 
Warren’s Jazz Bistro, 1451 E. Williams Field Road, Gilbert, 480899-5299, nightly Jazz until 10:30 (Tues-Thurs) and until 1am (Fri/ Sat).  www.warrensjazzbistro.com  For more information on all the great Jazz events, local happenings, clubs and musicians, go to www.Jazzinaz.org. - Listings Compiled by Patricia Myers. PSMyers1@cox.net for updates


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Expect the Unexpected Introducing an all new dining experience at Carefree Resort with the newly reinvented Lariat restaurant. Boasting an impressive new menu featuring traditional, innovative cuisine and a modern lounge serving signature cocktails, The Lariat takes dining to a whole new level. Join us Friday evenings for live entertainment in the Lariat lounge featuring the musical talents of Nicole Pesce and Jeffrey Hattrick. Performing a variety of tunes the duo promises an evening of unforgettable music. Fridays 7pm - 10pm.

For reservations call 480.488.5300.

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Quality

Tuscan Six Cheese

Order Online @ the NEW papajohns.com “At Papa John’s, Quality isn’t just a claim – it’s a promise. And we’ve been committed to it since day one. No one does Quality like Papa John’s.” Offer good for a limited time at participating Papa John’s restaurants. Additional toppings extra. Not valid with any other coupons or discounts. Limited delivery area. Delivery fee may apply. Customer responsible for all applicable taxes. © 2011 Papa John’s International, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 135249


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