Mirelle Inglefield, Author at PHOENIX magazine

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Based on a portion of The Book of Genesis, Children of Eden is about familial relationships, profound love and confronting the pain of letting go. This month, Theater Works’ artistic director Chris Hamby and music director Jennifer Adams bring this 1991 musical by John Caird and Grammy Award-winning lyricist and composer, Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Enchanted) back to the stage with 42 dancing and singing actors, masterful set designers, musicians and… puppets!...

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After a slew of hardknocks and tragedy, Amanda Webster was on the brink of suicide. A Linkin Park song and a lifestyle transformation later, she has renewed hope and has reclaimed her power. We sat down with the mental health advocate to discuss depression, COVID-19, anxiety and how she survived. As an advocate for health and wellness, what do you call yourself? I wear so many hats. Professionally, I’m a mind-body-wellness coach, which has many facets from...

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Clockwise from top left: Hot AF sticker by Jon Arvizu/High Jinks Apparel; The Choice is Up to You by Suzanne Falk; Punch (A Haiku in Steel) by Joshua Woodhall; North Rim of the Grand Canyon by Art Holeman; Excerpts of Feeling Everything by Eric Cox; Sonic Sculpture by Joe Willie Smith; Twilight by Yuko Yabuki; Archival prints of “Nowadays I Wear My Smile Like a Mask” by Antoinette Cauley; 2/3 from Awakening series by Ashley...

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Last May, we chronicled about a handful of Valley animal rescues who had been severely affected due to the influx of displaced animals and loss of resources due to the impact COVID-19. This month, we received a twinkle of good news. La Gattara Cat Lounge and Boutique, which lost its space in April, has found a new home and will reopen in the heart of Downtown Phoenix this weekend. To celebrate, the rescue is hosting a socially...

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Adoptions, kennel space, volunteers, fundraisers and donations are the fuel that keeps Valley animal rescues running. When these essentials are strained or depleted, smaller rescues that depend on public benevolence may not be able to accept new animal intakes, and caring for residing cats and dogs is a near-impossible struggle. Here are five nonprofit, no-kill animal rescues acclimating to new ways of surviving, and looking to our community for a lifeline. H.A.R.T.  (Homeless Animals Rescue...

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Catch up with 10 Arizona-based artists as they share their workspaces, creations and experiences during their coronavirus quarantines. Eric Cox How long have you been a professional artist? 20+ years What medium are you best known for? My works range from small graphite sketches and mixed media paintings, all the way to large scale aerosol murals. How has the coronavirus quarantine inspired or affected your work and/or livelihood? I am heartbroken. I am overwhelmed. There...

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1. What Was Whispered, handmade linocut by Tara Sharpe $75.; 2. various prints by Randy Slack starting at $95.; 3. Skin Deep, print by Eric Cox, $50.; 4.The Hunt from the Kachina of Atonement series, Marilyn Szabo $150.; 5. porcelain rings by Patricia Sannit starting at $35.   You don’t have to be a high-falutin’ fat cat to give (or collect!) evocative, original artwork. These unique offerings by five of Arizona’s notable fine artists go for around $100 or...

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