‘Aging in place:’ Home modifications stressed to help elders stay independent longer

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By Melody Birkett Baby boomers have long been known for their generation’s rebellious streak and challenging of established practices. Since 2011 when 73 million cohorts...
Tempe Center for Arts at dusk in front of Tempe Town Lake

New ticket pricing at TCA brings savings

By Wrangler News Staff Tempe Center for the Arts is venturing into a new, collaborative approach to subscription ticket sales this season. Aimed at developing...

On Pokemon, our film guy is admittedly incoherent

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By M.V. Moorhead Almost 20 years ago it fell to me to review, for another publication, one of the animated Pokemon movies. It was an...

Classic ’42nd Street’ coming to Tempe stage

Some directors, speaking to an inexperienced young actress just before she goes on in a lead role for the first time, might say something like, “Hey, go out there and have fun, you’ll be fine.”

With ‘Kin,’ Franco locks up his cinematic standing among all-time most creepy freaks

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It's flown a bit under the radar, but this odd, gritty little tale is not without merit. It's set in the economic wastes of...

‘Orangemen’ peel a slice of inspiration from Blue Man Group

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M.V. Moorhead Photo by Billy Hardiman Orange is the new Blue. At least it is at Corona del Sol. The Percussion Ensemble from the high school’s powerhouse music department...

Discerning diner: Sweetest Season

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Dual passions, singular success lend caché to new eatery For many people, this time of year is the sweetest season of them all. It’s...

Original ‘Worldbeatniks’ could repeat sellout gig

By Lee Shappell If you listen closely, you hear Jimmy Buffet. And Bob Marley. And even Chicago. Is it reggae? Latin? Jazz? Pop? L.A.’s original “Worldbeatniks,”...

Newly constituted ‘Peter Rabbit’ combines happy mix of music and warmth

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Newly constituted 'Peter Rabbit' combines happy mix of music and warmth

Intense drama unfolds in ‘Gidion’s Knot’

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Even though it’s set in a fifth grade classroom, Gidion’s Knot is decidedly not for fifth graders, or even 6th graders.
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