2017

Loud and Clear

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Story and photos by Devin Millington, October 2017 Web Exclusive. While the Phoenix Mercury were, at times, hard to hear throughout the 2017 season, they still managed to say [...]

Roll Credits

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By Hans Pedersen, October 2017 Web Exclusive. There’s a scene in The Sound of Music when the Von Trapp children line up during a party and belt out a memorable [...]

Velo

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By Nikole Tower, October 2017 Web Exclusive. Following the released of his second full-length album, “CRUZIN,” in late August, Velo was booked to headline the 40th [...]

Tucson AIDSWALK 2017

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By Megan Wadding, October 2017 Issue. Tucson’s first AIDSWALK, which was a memorial march that invited the community to come together to support and remember those affected [...]

Rainbows Festival

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By Laura Latzko, October 2017 Issue. Since it was established in 2002, Rainbows Festival has served as an opportunity to Arizona’s LGBTQ community to come together for [...]

At The Box Office| October 2017

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Fat Camp  Now available on VOD | 86 minutes | Comedy When Hutch (Chris Redd) is kicked out of the house by his  mom, and forced to [...]

Designing A Beautiful Life

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By Liz Massey, October 2017 Issue. Each October, I make an extra effort to tie this column to a creativity-related topic for Echo’s arts season preview. Over the years, [...]

Power To The Peaceful

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By Liz Massey, October 2017 Issue. There is an old bit of advice to artists that encourages them to focus their talents and not spread themselves too thinly. But the other [...]

Queer Girls

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Marjani Viola Hawkins. Self portarait. By Caryn Bird, October 2017 Issue. Even before Marjani Viola Hawkins completed her Bachelor’s degree in communication at Arizona [...]

40 Years of Pride

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By Megan Wadding, October 2017 Issue. Tucson Pride, the state’s oldest organization of its kind, will celebrate four decades of LGBTQ Pride in Southern Arizona this month. [...]

Meet Seth Reines

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By KJ Philp, October 2017 Web Exclusives With more than 40 year of experience, ranging from reviewing and producing to directing and instructing, Seth Reines had now added [...]

11 Shows Not To Miss | 2017-2018

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By Seth Reines, October 2017 Issue. Whether you prefer the type of performances that require you to use your imagination or the variety that document the most literal of [...]

Restaurant Review: Casa Añejo

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Story and photos by Rachel Verbits, October 2017 Issue. Midtown Phoenix is currently in the midst of a restaurant Renaissance. Everywhere you look, a new restaurant is [...]

Fat Camp

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By James Fanizza, October 2017 Issue. Jennifer Arnold and Patti Lee have a lot to celebrate: They’re both making their mark on the film industry in Hollywood, they’ve [...]

Fit For A King

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By Laura Latzko, October 2017 Issue. In late July, Tucson-based drag king Romeo White packed up his pageant best and set out for Louisville, Ky. His destination: the national [...]
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