Category: A & E

“The Witch” opened Feb. 19 in the U.S., promising to chill the bones of the those who claim to be not-so-easily disturbed by “scary” movies. A retelling of New-England folktales and the fascination with witches and evil forces, “The Witch” and its vivid imagery and incredible storytelling sucks the viewer in and takes them on …

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The new crime drama “Triple 9” began screening in the U.S. Feb. 26 and was highly anticipated for action movie buffs considering the star-studded cast. With the likes of Chiwetel Ejiofar, Aaron Paul, Norman Reedus, Casey Affleck, Woody Harrelson and Kate Winslet, “Triple 9” promised top notch acting. Set in Atlanta, Georgie Triple 9 opens …

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The day becomes night as concert goers enjoy a performance at Viva PHX 2015

The arrival of Viva PHX happens in downtown Phoenix in March. The festival, unique in its nature, is inspired by the infamous South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin, Texas. Lacking the massive film and conference features that SXSW Festival is known for, Viva PHX sets out to mirror the music festival side of SXSW. …

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By Fred Short Glendale Community College’s fall production of “The 39 Steps” opens November 13 in the GCC Preforming Arts Center at 7 p.m. The play is adapted by playwright and actor Patrick Barlow. The show is being directed by the head of Glendale Community College’s Theatre Department, David Seitz, who has also directed many …

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Posted on: December 17, 2015 | Author: Ingrid Sanora
Categories: A & E

By Mary Greenwood Westgate Entertainment District’s newest attraction, Dave & Busters, will be opening this November. Construction on this building began in February. The new addition is being constructed west of AMC Theatres and will join AMC as anchor tenants. Butler Design Group of Phoenix and Linear! of Dallas are the architects assigned to this …

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Posted on: December 16, 2015 | Author: Ingrid Sanora
Categories: A & E