August 2015

Restaurant Review: Café Tranquilo

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Story and photos by Chelsea Young, September 2015 Issue. The funky vibe of The Clarendon Hotel and Spa beckons both visitors and locals year round. Widely known for its [...]

Opening Nights | September 2015

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By Richard Schultz, September 2015 Issue. Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin Arizona Theatre Company From the depths of Czarist Russia to New York’s Lower East Side, and [...]

A Classroom For Community

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By Desi Rubio, September 2015 Issue. For some LGBT students, going back to school means socializing and learning, for others it raises concerns of isolation and bullying. [...]

InQUEERy

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By Lorraine Longhi, September 2015 Issue. In the major urban sprawl of the Phoenix-metropolitan area, it can difficult for niche researchers, professionals and academics to [...]

Out of the Closet, Into the Woods

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By Laura Latzko, September 2015 Issue. No summer is complete without a camping experience. Better yet, a life-changing camping experience. For eight consecutive years, [...]

Coming Out To The Team

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By Megan Wadding, September 2015 Issue Jon Denton-Schneider is a 24-year-old collegiate athlete who lives in Tucson. Denton-Schneider grew up north of San Francisco, [...]

At The Box Office | September 2015

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By Hans Pedersen, September 2015 Issue. Z for Zachariah In theatres Aug. 28 | PG-13 | 95 minutes Craig Zobel (director of the incendiary Compliance) cast his latest Sundance [...]

A Quaint(ance) Experience

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By Marshall Shore, September 2015 Issue. I first became aware of George Quaintance while on vacation in Provincetown, Mass. This hyper-quaint New England town is now a [...]

Educating Our Community

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September 2015 Issue. The Phoenix Pride Scholarship Program is a charitable program to provide scholarships to self-identified LGBTQ college students. Since its inception in [...]

Grandma

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By Hans Pedersen, September 2015 Issue. Lily Tomlin turns in an Oscar-worthy performance as pissed-off lesbian grandma Elle Reid in Grandma, which hit theatres Aug. 28. While [...]

DYLAN

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, September 2015 Issue. With DYLAN, a short documentary about a transgender man’s personal journey, filmmaker Elizabeth Rohrbaugh seeks to demystify [...]

Ten Thousand Saints

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By Hans Pedersen, Aug. 20, 2015. Many of us remember the era defined by mix tapes, music videos and the end of the Cold War. But the new indie film Ten Thousand Saints, set [...]

QU Scholar

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By Anthony Costello, September 2015 Issue. While college courses are designed to educate, the broader experience offers students the opportunity to follow their passion, take [...]

All Over the Map | September 2015

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By Liz Massey, September 2015 Issue. On a Friday morning in late June, our community had one of its biggest victories ever. The U.S. Supreme Court recognized our [...]
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