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The fantastic facility features a fabulous array of educational programs, activities, and touring exhibitions for kids and bigger kids, plus an on-...
Between keeping up with a Twitter feed, dreaming up new, creative, and offensive roles for Emojis, and constantly refreshing Instagram to check how...
Learning about the human body is a lot like learning to fix a car: there’s no better way to see how it works than by taking it apart and trying to ...
We know. The beginning of the work week sucks. But if you take a quick look at the New Times calendar, you'll see we have plenty of art haps, sporting events, dance parties, and more. Here are the mus... More »
Attention, Phoenix brainiacs. You have some lectures to attend. Start taking notes -- here are five events that'll up your IQ this month. "The Mother of Ruin: Queen Morgause in the Arthurian Legend"... More »
First came Dads are the Original Hipsters. Then Portlandia announced that the 1890s are experiencing a rebirth in the Northwest. Somewhere between the two is filmmaker Andrew Beck Grace's premise for the documentary Eating Alabama. In it, a... More »
Load up on your snack of choice, bucko. You have some movies to see. Here are five flicks and festivals you don't want to miss this month. Bloody Hero International Film Festival @ Phoenix Center for... More »
Suspended horseradish with local hydroponic micro-shoots, dehydrated Pacific Ocean water, nonenzymatic caramelized fork-tender short ribs with red-injected veal reduction, viscous coconut milk emulsion.Doesn't sound like your typical wine dinner, does it? Well, all those things and more were served by chef Justin Beckett and crew at the first-ever Feed Your Dreams Dinner and Awards ceremony, presented by The Up Agency and hosted by the Arizona Science Center. The five-course dinner sounded... More »
Although Ms. Frizzle and her school bus of inquisitive students would fit right in roaming through the Arizona Science Center on a field trip, grownups should note that the museum features much more than basic kid-size bites of knowledge. And every First Friday, they can leave the little ones with the sitter, as the museum's doors open for Adult's Night Out, a kid-free evening of science and socializing. Prep your brain for some scientific stimulation by way of a lecture on an engrossing... More »
No need to be wary of the large eye watching you walk through the lobby of the Arizona Science Center; the huge lens is the latest collaborative and interactive piece by local artists Mary Lucking and David Tinapple. "Curiouser and Curiouser" borrows its name from Alice in Wonderland. It invites visitors to peer at each other through a giant telescope/microscope that juts out of the center's ceiling, and at the current exhibition through a smaller telescope on the lobby floor. The artwork... More »
One of the coolest things about the success of First Friday is the attention it's brought to downtown. And one of the best things about downtown Phoenix is the Arizona Science Center.So we're really happy that the two combine in the form of Adult's Night Out at the museum on the first Friday of every month. Admission is free from 5:30 to 9, and the museum always features a free lecture on topics like dinosaurs and nanotech. City Bakery stays open, and you have access to all of the museum's... More »
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