Monthly Archives: November 2014

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After finally retiring from “The Tonight Show” in February, the big-chinned comic and automobile aficionado is back on the stand-up stage doing what first caught the eye of Johnny Carson almost (more…)

Whether talking tough on “Tattooed Love Boys,” laying out her plans for world domination on the sexy “Brass in Pocket” or turning surprisingly tender on the wistful “Kid,” Hynde’s vocals on the first Pretenders’ album more (more…)

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The annual holiday series features 3.8 million lights across the park, strung across trees, plants and buildings, and in the form of armatures shaped like animals, plants, insects and mythical creatures. Kids can (more…)

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Phoenix Theatre, the state’s oldest performing-arts company and the Valley’s leading producer of musicals, brings to the life this classic tale about a magical nanny who helps to heal a grieving family. The stage musical, which premiered on the West End in London in 2004, draws on (more…)

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Welcome to Jurassic Arena. T. rexes and triceratops come to life in this spectacle, based on the acclaimed BBC miniseries. These animatronic giants — the largest weigh 1.6 tons and require three people to operate them — are the closest you can come to the real thing without a time machine and/or certain death.

Details: Nov. 19-23. 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday; 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Friday; 11 a.m., 3 and 7 p.m. Saturday; 1 and 5 p.m. Sunday. US Airways Center, Second and Jefferson streets, Phoenix. $41.50-$79.50. 602-379-7878, usairwayscenter.com.

 

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