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Meghan McCain The daughter of late Senator John McCain and co-host of The View will release an audiobook next year. The Audible exclusive has yet to be titled or given a release date, but we’d wager President Donald Trump and her Instagram-famous cactus will get mentions. Curt Schilling Retired MLB pitcher Curt Schilling brought home the win for the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 2001 World Series. Now the Republican is mulling a run for Congress...

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Mark your calendars for the unveiling of a music-themed art exhibit at the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel on September 6. The exhibit, “Pick and Play,” will coincide with Downtown Phoenix’s First Friday Artwalk and will feature two local artists, Mark Mayz and David Lizanetz, who will showcase their mixed-media musical pieces. Artist Mark Mayz draws his inspiration from sports and rock ‘n’ roll music by combining guitar picks and acrylic paints to create legendary artists like...

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The 1920s were marked by dramatic economic growth, prosperity, jazz music and the Prohibition – a period between the ’20s and ’30s when alcohol was outlawed in the United States. Underground speakeasies popped up across cities and the ‘20s roared on. Will 2020 be as remarkable as the Roaring ‘20s? Rick Bronson hopes so. The comedian will open a speakeasy-style cocktail lounge and coffee bar this November. The unique concept will be located on High...

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Cristin Clark has always had an eye for vintage. Clark opened her ’60s- and ’70s-inspired shop, Buckhorn Vintage, two years ago, but she’s been a collector since she was 11 years old. “I have always had a love for vintage – or I used to call them the unwanted – things that nobody else would want, so I was always buying them,” Clark says. She began selling pieces from her garage and, after much success,...

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