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LOOKING INSIDE. Gary Benna observes the human condition in art that explores the realm of thoughts and deeds, the spirit and the physical, consciousness and dream.

Hear what he has to say at the Southern Arizona Clay Artist Fall slide lecture series on Friday, November 8 at 7 p.m. at the Tucson Museum of Art School Auditorium located at 140 N. Main Ave. Each month the chapter features an artist-member to talk about their work and their art. Free and open to the public. Call 751-0923 for details.

MYSTIC MESSENGERS. You know about this already, right? For the rest of us, here's the scoop. The Psychic Fair happens all day Sunday, November 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Inn Suites located at 475 N. Granada Ave. at the corner of St. Mary's Road just off I-10 downtown.

The Mystic messengers present intuitive readings, astrology, numerology, tarot, holistic healing, crystals, Reiki and more. Vendors offer books, metaphysical jewelry, art and gifts. Admission is free (you knew that, too). Call 742-9905 with questions.

FOOD AND WORDS. A good combo at Reader's Oasis: Two authors cook up traditional food on Sunday, November 10.

Madeline Gallego Thorpe and Mary Tate Engles share stories and recipe tips from their new book, Corazon Contento: Sonoran Recipes and Stories from the Heart. The book celebrates the Hispanic family through discussion of the importance of family, fun and food. The authors demonstrate the Lost Tamal--Tamal Perdito--as well as other foods. Hear the stories and sample the cuisine beginning at 1 p.m. The store is located at 3400 E. Speedway Blvd. Call 319-7887 for information.

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