CaZo premieres “Asylum: Resurrection” on Friday the 13th

CaZo Dance Company is getting ready for the third installment of their “Asylum” series, “Asylum: Resurrection.” Season three will premiere Oct. 13 at the Phoenix Center for the Arts and feature all your favorite characters from classic horror stories. The idea of “Asylum” began a couple years ago. It started out as an all-women asylum …

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Local Artist Explores Aging, Human Body Through Sculpture in ‘A Show of Hands’

Originally published by Downtown Devil A new exhibition at MonOrchid’s Bokeh Gallery is showing art exploring the human body and the effects of aging through clay and mixed-media sculptures created by Constance McBride. “A Show of Hands” will open on First Friday, reflecting nature and the body. Clay is the medium of choice in McBride’s exhibit because …

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Police, community leaders discuss race and religion

LINK People of color shouldn’t be the only ones “ringing the alarm bells saying things need to change” when it comes to racism and police community relations, Arizona Faith Network director Rev. Erin Tamayo said at a panel discussion Tuesday. A group of churches and religious groups including the Arizona Faith Network hosted the event, featuring local civic …

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The Trunk Space’s new home will be Grace Lutheran Church

LINK After nearly five months of searching, The Trunk Space has found a place to call home in the south wing of Grace Lutheran Church, and with help from CareFree Write Productions, the music venue plans to become a nonprofit. Located on Moreland and Third Streets, just north of Roosevelt Row, Grace Lutheran is no stranger …

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The Trunk Space finds new life as a pop-up venue, looks to the future

link After the physical location closed in May, The Trunk Space hasn’t stopped its pursuit of local indie music, making a First Friday showing as a pop-up venue. First Friday was only one of a few different pop-up shows The Trunk Space has hosted since May as a part of its new direction. The event was …

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