September 2015

HEAL The World

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, October 2015 Issue. Out of 2.2 million AIDS-related deaths worldwide in 2013, 1.7 million were in sub-Saharan Africa. And that’s what took Kirk [...]

Local Voices

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By Danae Barnes, October 2015 Issue. Photo courtesy of Phoenix Metropolitan Men’s Chorus. The Grand Canyon Performing Arts The Grand Canyon Performing Arts is an umbrella [...]

A Cause Worth Walking For

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By Desi Rubio, October 2015 Issue. Throughout the Grand Canyon State, AIDS/HIV awareness and prevention is gaining momentum as event organizers join forces for 2015’s AIDS [...]

The Heart of the Revolution

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By Megan Wadding, October 2015 Issue. Dario, the single-named pop singer and songwriter hailing from Tucson, released his latest album this spring and is currently on a tour [...]

Desert Overture

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By Tiffany Hopkins, October 2015 Issue. In the high-definition digital age we live in, most of what we consume involves downloading, streaming or sharing. From sports and [...]

Sensual Media

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By KJ Philp, October 2015 Issue. She has but one name, and only one gallery displays her art. Each individual piece of work she creates serves as a glimpse of – more like a [...]

Out and Around

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, October 2015 Issue. The latest release by Logo Documentary Films, Out and Around: What’s Wrong With My Love?, follows San Francisco-based lesbian [...]

Letter From The Publisher | October 2015

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By Bill Orovan, October 2015 Issue. Scottsdale’s Main Street wasn’t always the art center of Arizona. Back in 1972 there were only five galleries on the now-venerable [...]

The psyCHO Tour

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By Megan Wadding, October 2015 Web Exclusive. With the tagline, “There’s no I in team, but there’s a Cho in psycho,” it’s safe to say legendary bisexual [...]

Top 10 Must-See Fall Concerts

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By Cait Brennan, October 2015 Issue. When Labor Day is in the rearview mirror, you know summer is really gone. Besides the cooler temps, this can only mean one thing: Fall [...]

Guest Column | October 2015

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By Steve Schemmel, October 2015 Issue. In August of 1979, Bud Guiles asked his Philly high-school friend and NYC roommate, me, to join him in presenting a production of three [...]

The World Awaits, 2015-2016

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By Richard Schultz, October 2015 Issue. Each season, touring shows bring the world closer together. By hosting an eclectic array of themes, performance styles and talent, [...]

Classical Arts

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By Richard Schultz, October 2015 Issue. According to dictionary.com, there are 18 definitions of the word classic. From “of enduring interest, quality, or style” to “an [...]

Finding Her Muse

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By Richard Schultz, October 2015 Issue. Photo courtesy of Jessica Starr. Jessica Starr’s passion for dance, as well as her conviction to create with a purpose, can be [...]
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