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Heart Attack Grill has created a buzz not just locally, but nation wide. They have had segments on multiple national news channels. We at Mainstream have to take a second to thank the owner for creating this heaven on earth! Good Job! Let’s get one thing straight; this is not an advertisement for Heart Attack Grill. This is a positive write up. They don’t even need
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advertising. As a matter of fact, they have not spent a penny on advertising; they don’t even have a phone! Go check it out for yourself, you can’t miss their red and white building, it looks like an actual hospital! To our knowledge there is only one in this state so it’s well worth the drive from anywhere and it’s an experience you won’t soon forget. Just south of the Phoenix Metro area at 6185 W Chandler Blvd. in Chandler, Arizona. (South-West corner of Kyrene & Chandler) hours of operation are Monday - Saturday 11am - 9pm and Sunday 11am - 4pm.
Food that is to die for! We mean it; they actually check your pulse on occasion. They have what’s called the Quadruple Bypass Burger. Several people try to finish this burger daily, only a few have accomplished this. Are you up for the challenge? The fries are bottomless and deep fried in pure lard! We noticed they even serve alcohol, so go in and wash that burger down with a tasty beverage.
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Flicka’s Playlist Flicka’s on Scottsdale Rd. was the venue for a very raucous Sunday Funday. DJ Eaton got the crowd warmed up on the patio while the masses waited for the bands to take the stage. Carlos Duran was busy painting models in his makeshift studio that due to its proximity to Scottsdale Rd. almost caused several traffic accidents throughout the day. A Mainstream photo shoot with Scottsdale Ferrari garnered quite the following both in and out of Flicka’s all day long, there was plenty to look at for excited revelers. By the time the live music started the party was warmed and ready, then it went down. Home Jones: Home Jones is a band that is so cool that just by listening to them you earn cool points. The way that the band mixes with Jace Coleman’s super smooth vocals any listener is sucked in and then as if your body is being taken over before you knew it you’re involuntary dancing as you soak it all in. In a day of too much electricity it’s refreshing to see a group that brings a trumpet and a saxophone. This band is capable of playing any venue in town, they bring their own following and they put on an exciting show. www.myspace.com/homejones Jonathan Pierce Band: JP and his band bring an exciting acoustic jam sound and the crowd responds. There probably isn’t a local group more suited for a Sunday Funday on Flicka’s patio, the type of music they play takes you away to a beach with warm water and the sun gently shining on your face. JP is a group that we expect to see a lot more from in the near future, they have a unique sound and a vibe that really moves a crowd. www.myspace.com/jon4than20 Paranous: On the surface Paranous is just another metal band, a metal band with a super hot chick for a lead singer. Once they begin to play their refreshing lyrics and snake-charmer like 9 Mainstream March & April 2009
melodies do more to set them apart than even lead singer Yael’s looks do. The band is intense but not too loud, smooth yet aggressive, mixed with a passion that can only be witnessed via live show. Paranous has played a lot of shows around town and their experience shows, check them out when you get the chance, you won’t be disappointed. www.myspace.com/bandparanous The iiFS: The iiFS served me the biggest surprise of the day, not that I didn’t think that they could play, I just didn’t expect them to blow me away. If you can’t dance and groove the music of The iiFS, then you just can’t dance, the music starts at the ground and moves up your feet and legs forcing you to move along with whatever tune they’re putting out. You can expect to see a lot more of the iiFS, there just simply isn’t anything else out there like them, they are totally unique and I’m sure someone will capitalize on this talented trio. www.myspace.com/theiifs The Beatnik Bombers: The Bombers mix 50’s surf cool with a rockabilly edge, they are unique to this century as the days of surf cool have long gone away. 50’s surfer cool is not the Beach Boys, it’s the tough surfer, similar to the Fonz these kids surf by day and ride motorcycles by night. Singer Talia is a refreshing throwback to the pinup girl days, think of Bettie Page but then add about 25 tattoos and you’ve got a dead ringer. The Bombers should be on the top of your list for your next party, they’ll get the crowd going and keep them entertained. www.myspace.com/beatnikbombers If you missed this Sunday Funday party don’t fret, Mainstream Magazine, Bandwagon Radio and Reaxion Energy Drink will be back at it on a Sunday in the near future. With the summer months and summer heat approaching fast you can bet that all upcoming parties will be even more
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Health Nut YOUR TICKET TO THE “GUN” SHOW
Your body has about 650 muscles. It doesn’t matter that you only care about four or five of them. You need every one in order to perform the normal functions of everyday life—eating, breathing, walking, holding in your stomach at the beach. You could try to impress your friends at parties by telling them the gluteus maximus is the body’s strongest muscle, or that the latissimus dorsi (in your middle back) is the largest, or that a middle-ear muscle called the stapedius is the smallest. But it probably won’t work, unless you have some really unusual friends. Most guys however, think primarily about their biceps, they fill out the Affliction shirts that populate the Scottsdale night scene. Here are a few tips for increasing the size of your biceps in less than 30 minutes a week. Unless you can complete a set of five chin-ups and eight dips, you should limit muscle building exercises that isolate your arms, such as biceps curls and triceps extensions. Your arms will grow best when you focus on basic arm building exercises according to the National Academy of Sports Medicine. The basics, are compound exercises--such as the chin-up and dip--that force you to move at more than one joint. These movements allow you to use heavier weights than you would with single-joint isolation exercises, while also training either your chest or back. So don’t worry: By using these muscle building workouts you’ll fully engage the muscles of your arms with each repetition, and you’ll also shore up any weaknesses in the larger muscles of your upper body. Chin-Ups Dips 3 x week 3 x week 3 sets of 10 5 sets of 15 (3 sets of each, med, close, wide grip)(do not exceed 90 degrees at the shoulder) Utilizing these methods you’ll be able to give yourself the advantage of a more “built” physique, which can give you the advantage of being able to turn a few more heads at the clubs! One more thing, try to avoid after hours pizza if at all possible! 11 Mainstream March & April 2009
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MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER
Oklahoma: Blake Griffin, enough said. North Carolina Reigning player of the year Tyler Hansbrough leads the Tar Heels into the tournament this year after scorching through their regular season schedule. The Heels have scored 100 or more in eight games this season, they’ve only been held under 70 points once. As John Madden will remind you every Sunday night during football season, “the team that scores the most points will win the game.”
NATIONAL CHAMP Drew If you asked me at the beginning of the year I would have penciled in North Carolina and now they don’t even make my final four. Not that Golden Eagle or Panther fans have far to drive but playing in front of what will basically be a home crowd (the final four is at Ford Field in Detroit) I have to give the nod to the Spartans. Tom Izzo’s 5th Final Four appearance will also result in his second National Championship.
LSU For the first time in NCAA Tournament history all four #1 seeds advanced to the final four last year, don’t expect that to happen this year. The national media overlooks the SEC every season and this year is no exception, the LSU Tigers have clinched up the SEC title this season and they have handled business in close games. If you’ve never watched college basketball before let me tell you, the tournament is filled with buzzer beaters every single round, give the Tigers the edge in a nail biter.
Jordan North Carolina, like any team has been tested and they have lost but they have an ability to score points like no other team in the NCAA. I expect Hansbrough to finish his career by playing like the “Psycho T” nickname that he’s earned due to his work ethic throughout his career. I expect the Tar Heels to be cutting down the nets while the song “One Shining Moment” plays to the end of the college basketball season.
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Drew: Without a doubt it’s Davidson’s Stephen Curry. If you’ve listened to the show you know I’ve loved this kid since he was a freshman. There isn’t a player that means more to his team than Curry. He leads the nation in points per game and the Southern Conference in assists and steals per game. Last year he lead the Wildcats to NCAA Tournament wins against (7) Gonzaga, (2) Georgetown, (3) Wisconsin while scoring 40 (30 of them in the second half), 30 and 33 respectively. This team is battle tested and if Curry gets hot don’t be surprised to see this team back in the elite eight. Jordan: There is no player in the country that compares to Oklahoma’s Blake Griffin, 22 points and just fewer than 14 rebounds a game is a stat line that sets Griffin apart. As of this deadline Griffin had his Oklahoma Sooners ranked #3 in the country, they’ve only lost twice all season long. Oklahoma should be a (1) seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament which will give us all a chance to watch Griffin drop 50 on a much weaker (16) seed. CINDERELLA Drew: St. Mary’s They need to win the West Coast Tournament or they will be NIT bound but keep an eye out for St. Mary’s. Bubble teams hate the Gaels but they would have been a lock had Patrick Mills not broken two bones in his right hand. The team is hopeful he will return in time for the conference tourney which begins the first weekend in March. In Beijing, Mills was the only current college player to represent his country while leading Australia in points and steals and was second in assists per game. Basically for the Gaels its Aussie Aussie Aussie Oy Oy Oy or bust. Jordan: Washington I know, as of this deadline the Huskies were ranked #21 in the country so they don’t exactly qualify as a traditional Cinderella but since nobody is giving them any respect so they are just as much of a long shot as anyone. Sure, they dropped the first game of the season to Portland (who?) but they’ve responded well and are heading into the tourney having beaten 3 of the last 4 ranked teams they’ve faced. When it comes to the tournament teams with good guards and good big men go far, with Isaiah Thomas and Jon Brockman, the Huskies are skilled in the back and front courts.
FINAL FOUR Drew: Marquette They start 4 seniors and a junior and you can’t say enough about veteran leadership when it comes to the Big Dance. Jerel McNeal is the best player that no one talks about. He just broke Bo Ellis’ career records for field goals at Marquette giving him three career marks at the University (scoring and steals). Don’t forget Dwyane Wade played 4 years in a Golden Eagle uniform. Pittsburgh The only thing that can stop the Panthers is foul trouble. The three-headed monster of Lavance Fields, Sam Young, and Dajuan Blair had Pittsburgh ranked number 1 a couple of times this year and expect them to make a run in the tourny. The last time the Panthers were in the Final Four FDR was in the oval office but Jamie Dixon has his team playing as good as anyone in the country. Michigan State Injuries and illness has hurt Michigan State all year but Tom Izzo just kept plugging in bodies and the wins kept coming. Izzo’s teams are known for guard play, toughness and rebounding and that’s exactly what you need to be successful in the tournament. They are one of the deepest teams in the country but they won’t go anywhere without a healthy and productive Raymar Morgan. Memphis I don’t know how John Calipari does it. They lose the number 1 pick in the NBA draft and still manage to find themselves in the mix for the National Championship. Forget about freshman of the Year, Tyreke Evans is in the mix for Player of the Year. He played his way into the starting lineup and the Tigers haven’t lost since and I don’t expect them to start anytime soon. Jordan: Louisville Good coaching is what separates the pretenders from the contenders and there is nobody in college basketball who can out coach Louisville’s Rick Pitino. Louisville’s consistency has been remarkable all year long and it will need to remain intact if they’re going to make a run. In order to win a national title any team must be able to beat several highly ranked teams, the Cardinals already know something about that, during a two week stretch in January they beat 4 teams ranked in the top 20 including then #1 Pittsburgh.
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Human beings are the only animals with the ability to have sex facing each other.
“Stewardesses” is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand.
Right-handed people live, on an average, live nine years longer than left-handed people.
No piece of paper can be folded in half more than 7 times.
There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos.
In the course of an average lifetime you will, while sleeping, eat 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders.
No word in the English language rhymes with orange month, silver or purple. The first Ford cars had Dodge engines. The first toilet ever seen on television was on Leave It to Beaver. You are more likely to be killed by a champagne cork than by a poisonous spider.
1 in every 4 Americans has appeared on television. The first product to have a bar code was Wrigley’s gum. The king of hearts is the only king without a mustache. The first owner of the Marlboro Company died of lung cancer.
Marilyn Monroe had six toes. Women blink nearly twice as often as men. The name of all the continents end with the same letter that they start with.
Adolph Hitler’s mother seriously considered having an abortion but was talked out of it by her doctor. Of the six men who made up the Three Stooges, three of them were real brothers (Moe, Curly and Shemp.)
If the population of China walked past you in single file, the line would never end because of the rate of reproduction.
In England, the Speaker of the House is not allowed to speak.
China has more English-speaking people than the United States.
On average women speak about 20 000 words each day - men speak about 7000!
Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
If you knew a woman who was pregnant, who had 8 kids already, three who were deaf, two who were blind, one mentally retarded, and she had syphilis; would you recommend that she have an abortion? if you said yes, you just killed Beethoven..
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Madness, I tell you
Photographer: John Gawley Written by: McLovin
Its Definitely Madness It’s that time of the year again. That time when you round up all your loose change and hit the ATM so you can get in every Bracket Pool and Tournament challenge around in hopes of reigning supreme and taking home the pot. Its more than just money though its bragging rights. So how do you beat the random office secretary that makes her picks based on which teams have the prettiest uniforms? Who the hell knows! Its an upside-down inside-out mess. When one team steps to the top they get embarrassed by an unknown…cough Pitt…Providence? Really? So I think this year rather than trying to use logical thinking and fill my brackets based on talent, depth, and experience, which has done me absolutely no good in the past, I am going to try something new. I am going to have my mother fill out a bracket and copy her answers. Better yet maybe I’ll ask your mother, shes coming over tonight anyway! 45 Mainstream March & April 2009
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