November 2015

Rapinoe, USWNT Head To Arizona

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By KJ Philp, December 2015 Web Exclusive. From the ticker tape parade in New York City to the cover of Sports Illustrated, the U.S. Women’s National Team has been just [...]

RED Brunch 

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By Desi Rubio, December 2015 Issue. Each year, on the first day of December, people around the world gather in prayer, unite at vigils to pay respect to those living with [...]

Restaurant Review: Crudo

November 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

By Chelsea Young, December 2015 Issue. Tucked in the back of central Arcadia’s Gaslight Square sits Crudo, a (somewhat hidden) culinary gem with an impressive list of [...]

TV Views | December 2015 Issue

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, December 2015 Issue. Danny Pintauro (pictured) first appeared on the television soap opera “As the World Turns” and later in the Stephen King [...]

A Life-Saving Tour 

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By Liz Massey, December 2015 Issue. It’s common for a novelist to go on tour to meet his or her audience. It’s far less common to do so with the intention of potentially [...]

Desert Voices 

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By Megan Wadding, December 2015 Issue. Desert Voices, Tucson’s first LGBTQ Chorus, is holding its annual holiday show over two days at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church in [...]

Tangerine

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By David-Elijah Nahmod, December 2015 Web Exclusive. Director Sean Baker’s latest film, Tangerine, garnered a great deal of attention when it premiered at the Sundance [...]

Don’t Agonize, Organize  

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By Liz Massey, December 2015 Issue. LGBT workplace equality is, without a doubt, the next frontier of queer liberation. There are dozens of independent advocacy groups [...]

On Holiday! 

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By Megan Wadding, December 2015 Issue. As part of its 21st season, Tucson’s Reveille Men’s Chorus will hold its annual holiday production on Dec. 4-6 at the Leo Rich [...]

The 12 Productions of Christmas 

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By Richard Schultz, December 2015 Issue. From the quantity of shopping days remaining and the amount you’re guaranteed to save on Black Friday deals to the eight days of [...]

Arizona USofA Crowns 2015 Titleholders 

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By Anthony Costello, December 2015 Issue. The Miss/Mister Arizona USofA team is preparing to bring Arizona intensity to nationals, which will take place March 6-13 in [...]

Festival of Trees 

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By Megan Wadding, December 2015 Issue. For the seventh consecutive year, the the Greater Phoenix Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce will present Festival of Trees, an [...]

World AIDS Day 2015

November 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

AIDS Quilt Songbook Returns to Phoenix for Benefit Concert For the second consecutive year, selections from the AIDS Quilt Songbook will be presented in Phoenix ahead of [...]

Theater Traditions 

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By Richard Schultz, December 2015 Issue. Once upon a time, under the leadership of artistic director Matthew Wiener, Actors Theatre created an original musical adaptation of [...]

Ask Lambda Legal | December 2015

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By Kyle Palazzolo, December 2015 Issue. Dear Ask Lambda Legal, I’m a nurse, and I love my job. I find nothing more rewarding than taking care of my patients and working [...]
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