September 2016

“Pink Plastic Cups”

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By KJ Philp, September 2016 Issue. The last time Fairy Bones took the stage at Rainbows Festival, lead singer Chelsey Louise was proposed to by a fan in the crowd. “I [...]

Painting Outside The Lines

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By Liz Massey, October 2016 Issue. “The Poetry Reading.” Painter Lorraine Inzalaco, who has called Tucson home for the past 20 years, doesn’t shy away from a forthright [...]

AIDSWALK Tucson 2016

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By Danika Worthington, October 2016 Issue. This year marks the 28th anniversary for AIDSWALK Tucson, presented by Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF), making it one of [...]

A Celebration of commUNITY

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By Tamara Juarez, October 2016 Issue. The month of October, which is LGBTQ History Month, holds special meaning to the community it honors. From remembering our trailblazers [...]

Setting The Arts Apart

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. As part of its annual arts season preview, Echo reached out to leaders in arts organizations on the national, state and local levels [...]

10 Shows Not To Miss | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. An Act of God | Arizona Theatre Company Tucson: Oct. 22-Nov. 12 Phoenix: Nov. 17-Dec. 4 After conquering Broadway, where Sean Hayes of [...]

AIDS Walk Arizona & 5K Run 2016

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By Danika Worthington, October 2016 Issue. The 2016 AIDS Walk Arizona and 5K Run, presented by Aunt Rita’s Foundation, will hit the streets of Phoenix Oct. 23. This year [...]

The Zine Scene

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By Anthony Costello, October 2016 Issue. Although Phoenix is best-known for it’s rocky, desert landscapes peppered by saguaros and desert foliage, it will finally get a [...]

The World Awaits | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. The new arts season has something for everyone as local arts centers strive to bring an assortment of entertainment appealing to [...]

All The State’s A Stage | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. A change in scenery is good for creative inspiration. Literally, take a road trip and catch the theatrical stagings in other parts [...]

Classical Arts | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. Arizona Opera | azopera.org The Copper Queen Sept. 25 This workshop performance tells the gripping story of a haunting in the [...]

Talking Bodies | October 2016

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By Tia Norris, October 2016 Issue. As the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. So, when it comes to transforming your body into a fitness masterpiece, you’ll [...]

The Doyenne

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By Laura Latzko, October 2016 Issue. As defined by Merriam-Webster, a doyenne is “a woman who has a lot of  experience in or knowledge about a particular profession, [...]

By The Genre | 2016-2017

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By Richard Schultz, October 2016 Issue. Comedy Lost in Yonkers | ASU Lyric Opera Theatre Oct. 7-Nov. 13 This memory play by Neil Simon is set in a Yonkers in 1942. Bella, a [...]

The Royal Road

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By Hans Pedersen, October 2016 Issue. Experimental filmmaker Jenni Olson. Experimental filmmaker Jenni Olson’s award-winning feature, The Royal Road, could easily be [...]
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