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  • Arizona Daily Star

Shapeshifters, attorneys, a holocaust survivor, a writer and much more.

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Acting is the strength of Arizona Repertory Theatre's production of Craig Lucas’ “Reckless,” which opened Wednesday, Nov. 11,  evening.

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“Bad Dates” is a bouncy, enjoyable theater experience.

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From left: Kelli Reid, Amanda Ramion and Kristen Bare dance at Coconuts at 296 N. Stone Ave. Closed in 2006.

  • By Oline H. Cogdill Sun Sentinel

Brad Meltzer sprinkles little known tidbits about U.S. and presidential history throughout his latest brisk thriller.

  • Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star 2004

For every UA game, The Depot Sports Bar at 3501 E. Fort Lowell Road pours $2 pints of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Rolling Rock and Natural Light. Hungr…

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Play is filled with laugh-out-loud quips and funny moments.

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Tale of two sisters, a priest and a fundamental evangelist is irreverent, funny.

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Though there are some bright spots and convincing acting, Friday night’s opening of Winding Road Theatre Ensemble’s production of “Death of a…

  • Arizona Daily Star / file

Little changed since the 1940s? Check. Wood-paneled walls, neon beer signs and a jukebox? Of course. Nondescript air in a mainly industrial ar…

  • Arizona Daily Star / file

The karaoke on the inside looks perfectly normal at Shooter's Steakhouse & Saloon at 3115 E. Prince Road. But the outside, with its Morocc…

  • Fred Prouser

Actor Craig T. Nelson, one of the voice talents in the new Pixar Animation Studios film "The Incredibles" poses for photographers at the film'…

  • Greg Bryan / Arizona Daily Star

Kristy Putman and Mike Iqbal laugh over beers at No Anchovies, 870 E. University, in 2005.

Live Theatre Workshop’s production continues through July 19.

The musical biography of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons continues through Sunday.


Phillip Seymour Hoffman, center, in the documentary "The Party's Over" Film Movement NOVEMBER 28, 2003

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The Prime Minister and Natalie are caught off-guard at a Christmas pageant in Richard Curtis romantic comedy "Love Actually."


Billy Bob Thornton, left, and Tony Cox, right appear in a scene from Miramax's "Bad Santa" from 2003.

  • AARON J. LATHAM / Arizona Daily Star

Country artist Toby Keith performs at Casino Del Sol's AVA Amphitheater Sunday November 21, 2004.

  • Chris Richards / Arizona Daily Star

Eddie Van Halen lept from brother Alex Van Halen's drum kit during the song "Jump," at the AVA at Casino del Sol on Nov. 18, 2004. Things went…