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Re: “Dysautonomia Awareness

You must bring this flyer with you to California pizza kitchen in order for Dysautonomia International to get the 20% donation:
Thank you!

Posted by Dysautonomia awareness on 10/25/2013 at 7:03 PM

Re: “'Dogtoberfest' Benefit for Handi-Dogs

Great event with so much to do for people and their dogs! One correction - the website is DogtoberfestAZorg.

Posted by jat on 10/21/2013 at 1:13 PM

Re: “Movies in the Park: Toy Story 3 and Family Fair

Where? Who can one contact to participate?

Posted by Kathleen Maestas Speir on 10/15/2013 at 2:08 PM

Re: “Wingspan Senior Pride

Last year, Wingspan Senior Pride did a great job of attracting over 300 people to a screening of the film "Gen Silent." This year's program, according to the folks who have been planning it, will be even better. And I understand there will be good substantial snacks, too!

Posted by Tom on 10/14/2013 at 10:59 PM

Re: “Comedy Murder Mystery Dinner Theater

Please, I beg of you, do NOT go to their show. This production deserved NO stars. We went on 9/28, and I am still angry about losing $90.80 (incl tax). There were four "actors" who wanted to be somewhere else. A group of middle school kids could put on a better show. The acting was mundane without any flair or expertise whatsoever. It seemed to be totally impromptu and unrehearsed. Lousy Halloween costumes. The vampire didn't even bother to wear some convincing make-up. Unprofessional. They (or we) might as well have been reading on stage from a script. Little facial expression. The audience participation was the only good part. The tired old jokes were often crude and just not so funny. (Children were present.) Guppie was better as the inspector. The gypsy brought some enthusiasm to his work and at least dressed for the part. . . . . he had to because he is a man playing a woman. The story was stupid, unimaginative and ridiculous. The venue was the back room of a Chinese restaurant. Smelled. About 45 people stuffed into this small room next to the restrooms. There was NO stage, only a single backdrop, and 2 floodlights in back shown into the faces of half the audience. The meal was also a disappointing joke. Only water was served with the meal, and you had to ask for it. I went to the bar twice to get water for me and Mom. $2 for pop or iced tea. Not-so-fresh salad with same dressing for all. No bread & butter. Lots of noodles in a bland white (alfredo?) sauce. I think the chicken and rice in the breading was real. Half the people at my table of 8 barely touched their meal. Dessert was a TINY piece of cheap cheesecake, definitely not Cheesecake Factory. Please believe me, we were not the only people dissatisfied with the show and the meal. Those who purchased liquor or beer may have been happier. To add insult to injury, the actors said they were unpaid and asked for tips. Can you believe it -- at $42 a head for crappy acting and crappy food. PLEASE DO NOT PATRONIZE THIS BUSINESS! 10/07/13

6 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by BBarLynx on 10/07/2013 at 10:35 PM

Re: “Panel on Rosemont Mine

In my opinion, this is a very lopsided panel set to discuss the Rosemont project. Each one of the panelist has a vested interest in assuring that the project fails. It would have been absolute stupidity for Rosemont to send a representative to try and discuss this with a group of five against him.

Why are representatives of the Arizona Mining Association or other pro-development groups not invited? Or even a good economist who can speak to the many downstream benefits mining brings could be a good addition to the group.

This is simply another act in the seemingly never-ending charade being played by those who seek to keep Arizona’s economy moribund by stopping any and all opportunities to develop its God-given riches. It is an absolute travesty to dignify this public lynching of a good project by calling it what it is not – a panel discussion.

3 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Bisbee boy on 10/02/2013 at 9:33 AM

Re: “Danny Abarr

Never been to Tucson, but your entertainment is great. I used to dance to Danny Abarr's band in Salt Lake City, Ut. Oh, by the way he is the best dancer I had the privilage to dance with.
Lola G. Abarr-Harris
Battle Ground, WA

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Lola Abarr-Harris on 09/27/2013 at 6:37 PM

Re: “The Road to Better Health

In order to protect or develop the current health care strategies in our community we have found that experts and health care organizations are used to repair the current health care status by establishing beneficial health care centers and reform programs. To get a healthy atmosphere we can develop the current features of health strategies.…

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Jack Milton on 09/21/2013 at 10:17 PM

Re: “Women's Mental Health Symposium

In order to promote the current system of health care we have found in different regions health care organizations are used to deliver quality health care service to the people. In which we have found different types of health care reform programs and plans that is quite eligible to serve a better health care service. Here in the above article we have found different types of concept that is suitable for maintaining women health. Women health symposium is the best platform through which we are able to maintain a suitable health care policy in our surrounding.…

Posted by Jack Milton on 09/10/2013 at 4:53 AM

Re: “Roadrunners Toastmasters

Roadrunners now meets at Atria Bell Court Gardens in Academy Hall 6653 E Carondelet Dr. (past St. Jo's) Park in lot in front of main building, follow signs for Roadrunners at Academy Hall.
Same time, same wonderful talented members waiting to welcome you!
Ethel Lee-Miller DTM
VP Public Relations

Posted by Ethel Lee-Miller on 09/02/2013 at 11:06 AM

Re: “Comastasis, Names Mean Nothing, Sound the Redemption

this band was awesome!!! wish they were still together

Posted by friday on 08/29/2013 at 4:07 PM

Re: “Pablo Peregrina CD-Release

I received this CD as a gift from my niece who had seen Pablo perform in Pennsylvania. Pablo eloquently captures the struggles of those immigrating to US from the South of the border. He captures the pain, the horrible deaths, and the spirit of the people. The song "Si Se Puede" with the chant "El Pueblo Unido Jamas Sera Vencido" is inspiring to many of us who have been involved in the Chicano and other struggles. His song "Guacamole" was so "alegre and with such a great beat, I just had to get up and dance. The guitar and other musicians on the CD are excellent. Pablo's Spanish is also excellent. After listening to the CD, my husband, Chicano Muralist Leo Tanguma was inspired to paint a mural about the immigration struggle and I wanted to do more to help. I would like to know where to buy another copy of the CD.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Jeanne Tanguma on 08/27/2013 at 12:12 PM

Re: “Thai Food Community Buffet Fundraiser

This event is awesome and without peer in Tucson. The food you eat is like what your grandma would make (if you had a Thai grandma). The first time we went, I was a little nervous, as I had never been in a Buddhist temple before; but, it's been smooth sailing ever since. Recommend you wear sandals with no socks, as you must remove your shoes before entering. If you end up eating in the rear garden, you won't want socks on (it's soft sand). If you eat in the temple, you must be shoeless also. Try this once, you will hooked. Best kept 'secret' in Tucson.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by truttman on 08/17/2013 at 10:13 PM

Re: “A Steampunk Afternoon

PLEASE NOTE: This listing is wrong. The address for amazing discoveries is 2410 E Broadway Blvd (they moved a year and a half ago). Also this event is 2PM-7PM, NOT 7-10.

Posted by Jessica C. Feinberg on 08/12/2013 at 1:15 AM

Re: “Jazz Telephone

If you guys are ever looking for a no chain restaurant with a great atmosphere and good service I defiantly recommend this place located at the foothill malls. The moment I walked into the place and saw all these guitars hung on the wall signed by all these great guitarist I knew right away that this was the place for me and after talking to the chief there I was so surprise that he knew about my old guitar teacher back when I took lessons at guitar center. I had the shrimp scamp and the shrimp tasted so good and fresh! I would so go back to this place!

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Kelli Vu on 08/11/2013 at 11:35 PM

Re: “Kings for a Cause

This is gonna rule. :)

Posted by KingLover on 08/01/2013 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Competitive Swim League Championships

Where would results be posted online?

Posted by Bill Owenby on 07/28/2013 at 2:18 PM

Re: “The Princess Bride Adventure

This event goes until 8:30, not 9:00. Sorry for the confusion.

Posted by Zack Jarrett on 07/26/2013 at 3:25 PM

Re: “Sunset at Sentinel Peak Park

The City improvements are beautiful. If you haven't been to Sentinel Peak Park recently, go check it out, then come help us celebrate August 1 at 5:30.

Posted by rocknroll on 07/16/2013 at 12:38 PM

Re: “Gather: A Vintage Market

Love this! Beautiful displays, wonderful items, friendly staff. A real pleasure. Better parking would be wonderful but part of the charm is the building.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Barbara on 06/15/2013 at 10:54 AM

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