"How acupuncture works is still the subject of debate."
NO. IF acupuncture works is not even the subject of debate - it does NOT!
Here is the link to the information:
Or you can find the listing on page 27 under Special Events in today's print issue.
I hear that Murder at Mystery Mansion is having a New Year's Eve party? Do you know where? I do not see it listed.
"I love you, you're perfect now change" was a quick moving show with amazing songs. This is the show to see this summer!
Please fix the http://dustandillusions.com link... it's broken :( Thx :)
Hi, all– just to be clear, the $4,500 debt is that of All Souls Procession Weekend 2010, of which Procession of Little Angels is a part, but not specific to Little Angels which costs very little to produce by comparison.
And though the Spring Circus event is a fundraiser for Procession of Little Angels, the theme hasn't much overlap with those of Little Angels or All Souls Procession beyond the carnivalesque elements. Little Angels is an event that contends with matters of mortality "meant to stimulate some dialogue with parents". Spring Circus will be straight-up fun and play. Come join us, and support your Procession!
Many Mouths One Stomach
If the reindeer went on strike santa would outsource the cheap labor. It would probably take a little bit longer and NORAD would have a hard time tracking santa and his outsourced employees scattered over 3rd world countries. :O
Jimmy is right. I wish I could be about 10 different places this weekend! While Nathan McEuen and Scott Gates are national acts, the local angle is that they will be joined by Tucson's own Kevin Schramm for the show on Saturday night. Kevin was the accordion-player for the Mollys and now plays with the Last Call Girls and Way Out West. He has been inducted into the Tucson Musicians Museum, and he adds a lot of fun to every show. More information is available at www.lavamusic.org.
azjimn2son: Some things, we don't hear about until it's too late, if we hear at all. Other things ... well, there's only so much space, and only so many writers (and this coming weekend is probably one of the busiest, events-wise, in Tucson). As for Cinema coverage, people want to read what our unique writers think about movies like Legend of the Guardians and The Town. As for other coverage, every single event we've covered (except maybe the Music feature) has a strong, direct local angle or interest. Sorry we can't cover everything. We really do the best with the resources we have.
Lately, when I read the Weekly, I ask myself, where is this paper being written? There's so much happening in Tucson that you plain ignore. There's a film festival that's been going on this week , which, as far as I know, you never once mentioned. You know there are filmmakers in Tucson, right?. The kind of film reviews I see in the Tucson Weekly, with all due respect to the writers, I can read those kind those kind reviews in the NY Times or LA Times, or the New Yorker, etc. I like to read different perspectives, but you don't find people at a local publication who can write about film as well as, for just one example, Mahnola Dargis. I'm at loss as to understanding the non-local nature of so much of your content.
Jesse Valenzuela (Gin Blossoms) quote from an article in this morning's Star,
"It was a big deal getting a Tucson gig. You can imagine the hometown rivalry. Tucson has always had a cache of hipness. It's the Austin, Texas, of Arizona."
What a nice thing to say!
Cut and paste this url to see a music video of the band this month.
Just a modest suggestion. You might want to read some of those books about Hitchcock, especially "Hitchcock," by Francois Truffaut. Or some of the other interviews Hitchcock gave about Psycho." One in in George Stevens Jr.'s book of interviews with "Hollywood masters" of what he calls the "Golden Age." While the horror movie elements are all there, Hitchcock considered "Psycho" a comedy, a very dark one, but still a comedy. It's filled with little jokes. Just for one, think of Norman Bates' hobby, and the last name of Janet Leigh's character.
Anyone wanna come over and play UNO instead of going to any of these places? I'll have lemonade and pizza and will wear my snuggie that grandma just got me for chistmas because I am always saying that I am cold and she doesn't like me being cold but if you are cold on new years' eve I will not let you wear it because you should think ahead and know that it will be cold and that you should bring your own snuggie to wear. and bring some weed too.... and I need a new zhu-zhu pet cuz mine scared me and I set it on fire to stop it but it kept on going like that one rabbit from that one commercial where the guy doesn"t ever run out of energy and can even power up a space ship like the one I am on right now that doesn't even need power but uses the surrounding energy it runs in to to in turn propel it faster much in the way that einstein laid out how gravity truly warps the true direction of travel for any particle as it nears a celestial body that has mass..... good night
Although we believe All Queens Chess Day is Tucson's first tournament/workshop of this specific nature, there have been other chess workshops and events for Tucson girls in the past. These programs, in particular some of the Girls Academies led by former 9 Queens Instructor Jessica Martin, are a fantastic example of Tucson's rich history of scholastic chess.
who is having the Costume Contest ? What is the best Costume Contest in Tucson ?
Thanks for the coverage, TW!
Just a little correction - I'm not performing 14 monologues. The play features 14 characters. Some repeat, some we only see once. Some are in dialogue, some are caught mid-action. Some are mute, but the sound is lively. Vicki Brown's soundscape is as big as am I in the piece - it's a collaboration, a duet.
Everybody come experience 'Coming In Hot' and tip a glass with us afterward.
More like the little shop of horrors
Re: International Wildlife Museum. The article says that this place is a home to animals from every continent. What the hell are you talking about? This place isn't a home - it's a friggin' mausoleum. Jesus!
It was an awesome and sobering experience to participate in the walk. There is so much we take for granted in the US. This is a major problem in the world that can be solved. I applaud those who organized and participated in raising both awareness and money to address the issue of the lack of clean water and the suffering it creates for poor people.
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