Film – They Call Us Monsters

The Center for Neighborhood Leadership is hosting a screening of the documentary They Call Us Monsters. Directed by Ben Lear and released earlier this year, the film follows the lives of three teenage boys who are facing life in...

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Film – Wáchale Screening of Naomi Campbel

Trans Queer Pueblo's film event "Wáchale! An Outdoor Pop-Up Movie Theater for Queer People of Color" presents Naomi Campbel. The Chilean film directed by Nicolás Videla and Camila José Donoso follows the life of Yermén, a transsexual tarot-reader in...

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Art – Free Family Weekend at the Phoenix Art Museum

The second weekend of each month the Phoenix Art Museum puts on an awesome family event with activities, live performances, free tours and other cool stuff. If only they served mimosas and bloody marys! This month's theme is HOT and...

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Metalhead Nostalgia for Young-Hearted Old Folk

I heard Metallica for the first time in 1985 when I got the vinyl of Kill ‘Em All in Mexico City, where I’m from. Its strong and irreverent sound only reaffirmed my love for metal and rock music in...

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