Arts & Entertainment

Local environmentalist urges ‘green’ choices

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Friday, August 29, 2008

In the quest to implement more sustainable lifestyles, ASU students could soon be joining Phoenix resident Greg Peterson in a new trend: urban farming.

Shoppers at Tempe Marketplace stopping for ASU art

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Herberger College exhibits student, alum work in donated retail space
Published On:
Thursday, August 28, 2008
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ASU alumnus and artist Michael Anderson poses with art from his series “Ornaments” at the Herberger College’s Night Gallery at Tempe Marketplace on Wednesday. (Lindy Mapes/The State Press)

Restaurants and stores aren’t the only things to visit at Tempe Marketplace; thanks to ASU, you can now view artwork while you shop.

Piper Center cancels workshops due to low enrollment

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Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Due to lack of interest, the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing is canceling fall workshops that were scheduled to begin Monday.

ASU students star in ‘Aida’ musical at Phoenix theater

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Monday, August 25, 2008
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Yalley Youth Theatre members, including several ASU students, watch as Xavier College Prep student Jade Johnson sings during a matinee performance of “Aida” at Herberger Theater Center in Phoenix on Saturday (Morgan Bellinger/The State Press).

Phoenix’s Valley Youth Theatre launched its 20th anniversary season after Sunday’s conclusion of the two-week running of the renowned musical “Aida,” due in large part to the work of four ASU

Drive-in hopes to attract ASU students on Sunday nights

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Monday, August 25, 2008
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The Scottsdale Six Drive-In movie theater is now having a college night every Sunday. (Kaitlin Ochenrider/The State Press)

Sunday night is no longer a night for catching up on eight loads of laundry or watching reruns of “The Hills.”