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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
Last call moved to 2 a.m.

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PHOENIX Late nights will get a little later for Arizona's imbibers now that Gov. Janet Napolitano signed a bill yesterday to push last call to 2 a.m.

Because the bill does not have an emergency clause, which would make it effective immediately, it will take 90 days after the end of the legislative session to take effect.

With no sign of a quick end to the current session, there is no telling when that might be.

When the law takes effect, patrons will have until 2 a.m. to buy liquor and until 2:30 a.m. to finish consuming it at a licensed bar or restaurant. [Read article]

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Evil corporations, young lovers, pay toilets ... only in Urinetown

Almost anything can be turned into a hit musical. Any cartoon ("The Lion King"), any novel ("Oliver!") or any historical moment ("Miss Saigon") can make it on Broadway given the right director, music and cast. "Urinetown: The Musical," though, is probably the first musical about a bodily fluid to grace Broadway. [Read article]


If you like techno, house music, hip-hop or even a little oldies, you can enjoy the music of DJs Jon Matkin and Carlos Roldan.

Matkin and Roldan are both 30-year-old Pima Community College students who spin to their own beat every Tuesday night at Sharks, 256 E. Congress St. [Read article]


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Christina Hiett and Christopher DiScenza don't always think alike. Hiett is an art history senior with a studio art minor graduating in May, and DiScenza graduated with a math degree and physics minor two years ago. But the couple has bridged the gap between two disciplines that are traditionally at odds with one another: physics and art.

Their installation at the Lionel Rombach Gallery on the corner of North Park Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard, called "MHDPD Magno Hydro Dynamic Propulsion Devise: The Experiment/the Attenuations," features a video of the propulsion device. It was built by DiScenza, channeling and mixing food coloring in a saltwater fish tank.

DiScenza's intention wasn't to call the experiment artwork until Hiett found it. [Read article]


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