What a fun group this is... not only do we sell our products and crafts we raise money for charity. Can't get much better .... Do you have a craft you have been thinking about testing out in the market ? This is it, nominal fees/donations and lots of venders. Not to late to join us.
I cannot wait for this event! There is a little bit of everything and somethings that are new for you to try! Come find out what a Pink Zebra is!
Jody is great to work with and I'm really looking forward to seeing this show come together! Stop by Jewelry Designs by Kristie and check out my newest creations! Hope everyone gets the chance to come out and support local vendors.
Come by and sample some Tastefully Simple, Tropical Pound cake, dips and beer bread. Enter to win free products. Host a party!
Learn more about so many different small businesses that are working in your own community. Silent auction proceeds will be donated to some wonderful organizations.
So excited for this! I will be there with a Scentsy Fragrance display! Come down and shop! You won't regret it!
St. Pius is one of the best food banks around! I am sorry about your situation but do you think its possible for any food bank to start taking orders on what this family wants or what that family wants. I think you are acting self- centered. There is a thing called "food stamps" where you can buy what ever food you need at your own choice. If you tell me you don't qualify then you must make enough money to buy what kind of food you want.
But I am thinking you probably do get food stamps so go buy your non-allergenic foods and stop complaining about a hard working charity that helps many a family put food on their table. I am never amazed the way people who need a handout complain at what they get, Lady you need to pray for thanks that you even have a place in Tucson to go and get food.
Or you could join me and the Tucson Tails and Trails (with dogs) hike up Babad Do'ag (on Mt Lemmon) Trail Sunday. All the flowers I can ID.
Lot's of excellent insight in Dollarocracy.
Filled out the form that promised to contact me more than two weeks ago. Followed up with several phone calls, not returned. Any suggestions? Are they still in business?
Keith Lowell Jensen and Johnny Taylor will be here to entertain the heathens of
the Tucson area at our only standup comedy venue. These people are funny and
they're coming here just for us. Tickets are available at the door. $15 along with a
couple of items from the kitchen or bar makes for an affordable night of comedy.
This event is sponsored by FreeThought Arizona and the freethinkers of the Tucson
area. Let's get together and make this a success.
Keith Lowell Jensen is a freethinking, atheist comedian who has performed at The
American Atheists 50th Anniversary Convention in Austin, TX, Reasonfest in
Lawrence, KS, and Skepticon in Springfield, MO as well as at clubs around the
He has three albums out including his latest Elf Orgy, out on Stand Up! Records.
Jensen has appeared on Spike TV, The History Channel, and the Starz network. He
founded The Coexist Comedy Tour and stars in the film of the same name, currently
running on Starz and playing at select theaters. Jensen's hour long comedy special
Cats Made of Rabbits is available through Video On Demand starting May 20th,
Sacramento's Johnny Taylor uses sharp wit, and off-beat sensibilities to
communicate his sometimes tragic life experiences in a hilarious way.
A dynamic performer, Johnny has established a reputation for displaying a wide
range of comedic styles.
He has opened for some of the biggest names in stand-up comedy, including Robin
Williams, Bobcat Goldthwait, Brian Posehn, Wayne Federman, and more.
Johnny is a regular at every major comedy club in Northern California, including the
San Francisco Punch Line, Sacramento Punch Line, Cobb's Comedy Club, and 142
Throckmorton Theater, and was recently featured on Comedytime.TV.
Can't wait to celebrate our trolley!!
I couldn't agree more with the recent negative reviews. Our experience at the show was not just disappointing, but was really downright insulting. The food was inedible and the cast was absolutely terrible. Maybe years ago the show was good, but now it's just a bad middle school level improv that even a cast member's parent couldn't enjoy.
When they passed out the envelopes for the cast/servers "tips" (while pleading about how hard they had worked), we got up and walked out with about 3/4's of the audience. The comments on the parking lot were far funnier than anything said "on stage" that night.
Just wanted to make the correction that the 1973 film, THE GLASS MENAGERIE, stars Katharine Hepburn instead of Bette Davis (it was a mistake in the initial press release). Also, the short presentation by Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Harold Dixon, occurs just prior to the Widescreen Wednesday screening on February 19, 2014.
So many different events at this event: food and drink, entertainment, art exhibits, an auction, and more. It's one of those events where you plan on walking around for a couple of hours and end up spending the entire day. The big question: what color cowboy hat should I wear? I remember the Standells doing "Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White."
It's Back to the WELL.
Miss Sunny and Quetzal coming in hot all the way from LA! Can't wait dance to the awesome music.
So excited for this event. Great music, great dancing, awesome times!
One of their regulars came at me with a pool stick. He was pissed because I mispronounced his name. Now he came at me with this pool stick raised saying "I'm gonna kick your ass". I reacted by going at him. They kicked me out.
Show was 'ok', not impressive. Acrobats not very experienced.
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