Looking for some fun this week? You can get into your feels at Risk!, transport yourself to Europe at Experience France, or enjoy a sundae after a history lesson during the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Social. For more things to do, visit Phoenix New Times’ calendar. EXPAND Checking out One-Eyed Jack in Old Town Scottsdale. Lynn Trimble Summer Spectacular Art WalkStrolling the streets of Scottsdale’s Old Town arts district is a relaxing way to beat the summer heat, especially during the free Summer Spectacular Art Walk, which happens from 6:30 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, July 11. Start on Main Street between Scottsdale Road and Goldwater Boulevard, where Royse Contemporary’s “Moments of Color” exhibit includes works by Cherie Buck-Hutchison, Nigel Clouse, Charmagne Coe, Gennaro Garcia, Daniel Shephard, and Onna Voellmer. Then head over to Marshall Way north of Indian School Road, where you’ll see John Randall Nelson’s giant rabbit sculpture for … [Read more...] about The Best Things to Do in Metro Phoenix July 11-17
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Lucas Kwan Peterson Los Angeles Times Published 4:06 PM EDT Jun 20, 2019 It’s June, which means that we have the longest day of the year to look forward to this month. And after that, it’s all downhill until we descend into complete darkness. You may occasionally wonder, what’s it all for? Is it possible to truly attain intimacy with another person given the loneliness of our individual bodies? Will we ever be able to stop looking at Instagram no matter how many Screen Time limits we put on our phones? At times like this, all you can do is try your best, and eat a lot of candy. Fortunately, I’m here with the unassailable, infallibly factual and 100% correct L.A. Times Candy Bar Power Rankings. I have judged every candy bar in known existence (with the exception of ones I deemed unworthy or could not find at CVS, or both) and ranked them by the metrics of 1) taste and 2) attractiveness of the wrapper. 1) Take 5 Shut it down. We’ve got a winner. We … [Read more...] about The official candy bar power rankings
Variety Staff, provided by Published 2:11 pm CDT, Wednesday, April 10, 2019 Photo: Courtesy Of Discovery Photo: Courtesy Of Discovery Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Courtesy Of Discovery TLC Revives ‘What Not to Wear’ as Discovery Loads Up on Franchises 1 / 1 Back to Gallery TLC will bring back its long-running fashion makeover series “What Not to Wear” next year. The unscripted series that aired from 2003 to 2013 is one of a slew of franchise and branded programs coming to Discovery Inc. channels as the enlarged company bulks up to stay competitive in its lifestyle, entertainment and unscripted programming niches. Related stories Film … [Read more...] about TLC Revives ‘What Not to Wear’ as Discovery Loads Up on Franchises
Fans of bloody mayhem in Chicago have an event to look forward to! The second annual Windy City Horrorama will take place on the weekend of April 26-28th at the Davis Theater and the lineup is a combination of genre festival favorites and low budget splatter that is sure to have something for everyone. Among the events taking place is a 20th anniversary special screening of Rodman Flender's cult classic Idle Hands, a personal favorite of mine. Tickets are available now in a variety of shapes and sizes from full festival passes, to day passes, down to individual film passes. Check out the lineup and a quick sizzle reel of the films at the bottom of the page, it looks like a lot of fun! Check out the details and full lineup below: WINDY CITY HORRORAMA FILM FEST ANNOUNCES FULL SCHEDULE, REPERTORY AND PREMIERE SCREENINGS April 1st, 2019 | Chicago, IL— The wait is over, film freaks! Windy City Horrorama is proud to present our full slate of films blowing into Chicago this month! First … [Read more...] about Chicago’s 2nd Annual Windy City Horrorama Unveils Its Gruesome Feature Lineup!