Der Phoenix Park – die "grüne Lunge" der Stadt

[R] Insomniac with Dave Attell (Reno, Phoenix, Albuquerque, the Specials) (2001-2004)

A dog-loving stranger tracked down the rest, which is currently available on magnet uri by request.
Here's what we still need to complete the full series and finally preserve it:
Season 2
S02E05 "Reno" (clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgan9UoQIoA)
Standup: Catch A Rising Star. Stops Include: Sundowner Casino, talks with the loung singing Cameron Duo, a peek inside the sexy Moonlite Bunny Ranch, talks with a Whittlesea Taxidriver, and a bite to eat at The Nuggett Diner.
S02E07 "Phoenix"
Standup: The Improv. Stops Include: checking out weird bathroom doors at futuristic Bar6, karioke at the Shangri La Ranch nudist camp, drinks at the Steel Horse Saloon biker bar, discusses code names of felonys with bicycle policemen, delivering with Boston Gourmet Pizza, Mr. Tease stripclub, a chat with a few hobos, Mickey's Hangover, the late shift at Salt River Sand and Rock.
Season 3
S03E03 "Albuquerque"
Attell travels to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he visits backstage with the music group the Scorpions during their tour. Also: a look at the Rattlesnake Museum.
Specials
SP01 "March on the South" (North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia)
Attell tours the South. Included: visits to a raceway track and the Durham Correctional Center in North Carolina; a cotton plant in South Carolina; and a Civil War re-enactment in Georgia.
SP03 "Sloshed in Translation" (Tokyo)
Attell tours the nightlife in Tokyo. Included: a 24-hour X-rated TV station; a fertility festival; a demonstration of Kendo; a visit with American Air Force personnel.
SP04 "Insomni-Achtung Baby!" (Berlin)
In Berlin, Dave Attell tours a bordello, Checkpoint Charlie, an “anything goes” sex club and a U.S Army base. Also: he watches a performance by rapping puppets.
SP05 "Hambone" (Unknown, Wikipedia references this)
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D1000 rooms for Draven Manor

A haunted mansion with a twist, it was touched by the shrouded king, an inter-dimensional being of darkness, now the mansion acts as a pocket dimension with seemingly infinite rooms, and phases through time and space, having been photographed before it was technically created....
Feel free to throw in as many horror references as physically possible.
  1. Foyer
  2. Parlor
  3. Anteroom
  4. Wardrobe
  5. Balcony
  6. Study
  7. Master Bedroom
  8. Nursery'
  9. Graveyard
  10. Boneyard
  11. Bathroom
  12. Washroom
  13. Conservatory
  14. Storage
  15. Kitchen
  16. Dining Room
  17. Ballroom
  18. Laundry Room
  19. Butler's Room
  20. Hidden Room
  21. Fortune Teller's Room
  22. Mirror Room
  23. Projection Room
  24. Billiards Room
  25. Courtyard
  26. Rec Room
  27. Nana's Room
  28. Tea Room
  29. Astral Room
  30. Observatory
  31. Twins' Room
  32. Safari Room
  33. Ceramics Studio
  34. Armory
  35. Clockwork Room
  36. Telephone Room
  37. Art Studio
  38. Sitting Room
  39. Guest Room
  40. Sealed Room
  41. Well
  42. Secret Altar
  43. Pipe Room
  44. Cold Storage
  45. Breaker Room
  46. Cellar
Ken_Nt
  1. Sauna
  2. Indoor pool
  3. Broom closet
Keystoneway
  1. Sewing room
  2. Library
  3. Boiler room
  4. Surgery room
  5. Greenhouse
  6. Pantry
  7. Morgue
  8. Exercise room
  9. Room just for a certain kind of pet (Google 'tarantula room')
  10. Game room
  11. Cell
  12. Woodshop
  13. Swimming pool
  14. Panic room
  15. Padded cell
  16. Torture chamber
  17. Alchemy lab
  18. Doll room
  19. Elevator
  20. Darkroom (like for developing photographs)
  21. Mail room
Mythgirl
  1. The lotion room: Dozens if glass shelves hold hundreds bottles of lotion. Footsteps are muffled against the leather floor. The walls are made of living skin hidden behind thin wood panels which fold out of the way like shutters.
  2. The crime scene: A manikin lies motionless inside of a chalk outline. The decor is that of a seedy motel. Flies buzz lazily, crawling in and out of the the sink’s plumbing. Upon inspection a few strands of hair are found in the drain. If you pull them they slide out, slimy and damp, attached to a piece of scalp.
  3. The powder donut: a room with opulent furnishings. Overstuffed chairs and sofa’s welcome visitors. If sat upon, they release a white cloud. Poison? Mold? Anthrax? Powdered sugar? Mites? Only time will tell the effects.
  4. Abandoned room: all the furniture is covered in sheets. If lifted, nothing but dust is found under the cover.
  5. Throne Room
  6. Child’s bedroom
  7. Child’s playroom
  8. Tinkerer’s workshop
  9. Model train room (or world equivalent)
  10. Wood working room
  11. Warehouse storeroom
  12. Dangerous material storage
  13. Pastry kitchen (completely separate from normal kitchen)
  14. Smoke room (for curing meat)
  15. Walk-in closet full of fancy costumes
  16. Emergency supply room (full of water, fire suppressant, weapons, gas masks, and similar. Think prepper)
  17. Room of magically useless curiosities
  18. Statue room (full of statue figures)
  19. Portrait room (full of portraits)
  20. Sculpture room (not figures, more artistic)
  21. Room of stone where everything is made of marble
  22. Golden room (painted or real you decide)
  23. Peacock room (like the famous irl one, beautiful room that was decorated to match the gorgeous painting of peacocks that spans the entirety of the wall and ceiling
  24. Phoenix room (see peacock room, but Phoenix themed.)
  25. Mirrored room
  26. Cozy sitting room (fireplace and hot coco with marshmallows at the ready)
  27. Window room (each window shows a completely different view)
  28. Room filled with sand
  29. Bathroom with dead woman in bathtub (the shining)
Edit: more stuff
  1. Junk room
  2. Tower room
  3. Room of illusion (everyone inside appears to grow either horns or wings, mess with your party as you choose)
  4. Pentagram room
  5. Laboratory
  6. Medical wing
  7. Furnace room
  8. Crematorium
  9. Mausoleum
  10. Embalming room
  11. Padded cell
  12. Suspiciously Empty room
  13. Tavern
  14. Classy bar (like a five star hotel)
  15. Maid’s quarters
  16. Swimming pool
  17. Inhabited swimming pool
  18. Locker room
  19. Movie/play theater
  20. Backstage
  21. Loft
  22. Crawl space
  23. Call center
  24. Scroll room
  25. Interior of Pyramid
  26. Exterior of pyramid inside larger room
  27. Mummy’s Tomb
  28. Automaton room
  29. Trash compactor
  30. Control room
  31. Incubator room
  32. Apothecary
  33. Pharmacy
  34. Waiting room
  35. Stables
  36. Gymnasium
  37. Weight room
  38. Sewing room
  39. Glass cube room (think cabin in the woods)
  40. Rustic Cabin room
  41. Basement
  42. Earthquake room (you feel an earthquake with inside it, but the rest of the house in undisturbed)
  43. Room full of Fragile vases
  44. Room full of cut Flowers
  45. Room with one bloody handprint in the center of the floor
  46. Room with bed (bed has rumpled sheets and is warm to the touch)
  47. Room full of cats
  48. Room with axe stuck in door
  49. Room with typewriter and desk, papers with gibberish written on them are scattered over the floor
  50. Freezer
  51. Room with walls that are made of tree bark. Red sap oozes from it when touched. Smells of pine and mold. Mushrooms grow in patches
  52. Room full of moldy dead rats (perhaps an later temporal space of the live rat room, may seem eerily familiar if they have encountered the living rat room first)
  53. Living rat room: Room of food barrels, when disturbed, rats pour fourth (perhaps an earlier temporal space of the dead rat room, may seem eerily familiar if they have encountered the dead rat room first)
  54. Cheese room
SuperNes

  1. Masonry workshop
  2. Museum
  3. Reliquary
  4. Barracks
  5. Stables
  6. Menagerie
Worldofideas
  1. Attic
  2. Boiler Room
  3. Catacombs
  4. Coach House
  5. Darkroom (photography)
  6. Furnace room
  7. Mad Science Laboratory
  8. Music Room
  9. Root Cellar
  10. Safe Room / Panic Room
  11. Sub Basement
  12. Summoning Room
  13. Torture Chamber
  14. Walk in Closet
Vinvladro
  1. Torture Room
  2. Wine cellar with wine press and some bloody rags scattered around the press
  3. Brewery
  4. Golem Workshop
More of my own ideas
178: Dinosaur Containment Units
179: Submarine Bay
180: Western Bank
181: Underground Temple
182: Puppet Theater
183: Agency
184: 80's Room
185: Criminal Hideout
186: Comic Fan's Room
187: Wizarding World Room
188: Space Station
189: Pirate Ship
190: DnD Room
191: Escape Room
192: Slasher's Collection
193: Art Cabin
194: Antidote Lab
195: Motel Rooms
196: Board Game Room
197: Wax Museum
198: Casino
199: Gore Fountain
200: Murderous Little Girl's Room
201: King's Crypt
202: Lurker's Room
203: Skeleton Band Room
204: Spider's Nest
205: Witch's Kitchen
206: Ghoul Stairs
207: Mad Scientist's Collection
208: Library of Spells
209: Gothic Dining Room
210: Fog Room
211: Potion Shop
212: Bone Web
213: Redneck's Shed
214: Indoor Beach
215: Hellish Labyrinth
216: Wedding Chapel
217: Ballet Stage
218: Fun House
219: Castle Gallery
220: Moon Pavilion
221: Psycho Cinema
222: Suburban Garden
223: Racist Club
224: Bloody Playroom
225: VRcade
226: Tribal Arts
227: Robotics Room
228: Funerary Storage
229: Slasher's Wardrobe
230: Ski Lounge
231: Vampire's Crypt
232: Seaside Knick Knack Shop
233: Tree Farm
234: Mutant Bunker
235: Demonic Book-Building Workshop
236: Alien Nest
237: Medieval Gallery
238: Scarecrow Shed
239: Cabin Cellar
240: Room in Tarps
241: Dog's Room
242: Puppet Workshop
243: Candy Shop
244: Post-Apocalyptic Room
245: Christmas Hall
246: Fleece Room
247: Playground
248: Giant Cake
249: Cannery
250: Room Under Construction
251: Moth Light
252: Fiendish Kennels
253: Sheep Tents
254: Alien Court
255: Railway
256: Bunny Bridge
257: Funeral Home
258: Squatter's Warehouse
259: Algae Pond
260: Civil War Battlefield
261: Dollhouse
262: Vampire Party Hall
263: Daughter's Crypt
264: Doghouse
265: Writer's Room
266: Cloning Lab
267: Electrocution Chamber
268: Corpse Pit
269: Boarded Room
270: Snake Island
271: Fossil Cave
272: Arctic Crater
273: Surgical Theater
274: Chemical Silo
275: Psychic Test Center
276: Spider Den
277: Old Aviary
278: Black Magic Strip Club
279: Witch's Warehouse
280: Ancient Egyptian Tomb
281: Pumpkin House
282: Giant Snow Globe
283: Deer Cult
284: Giant's Home
285: Snake Pit
286: Reanimation Lab
287: Reptilian City
288: Drinking Lodge
289: Twin Girls' Room
290: Ancient Altar
291: Asylum Cell Block
292: Vomit Covered Room
293: Time Machine
294: Shaman's Tent
295: Locker Room with steroids in one of the lockers
296: Room of Shadows
297: Elder Brain
298: Giant Board Game
299: Dark Shed
300: Revolutionary Exhibit
301: Limacology Labs
302: Broken Stables
303: Gator Shack
304: Ant's Nest
305: Apehouse
306: Rich Cat Lover's Room
307: Insect House
308: Tengu Shrine
309: Rodents Room
310: Inside a Genie's Lamp
311: Insect Study
312: Reptile Room
313: Parasite Storeroom
314: Athena's Shrine
315: Frog Library
316: Ruined Date
317: Gladiatorial Arena
318: Simulated Haunted House
319: Gorilla House
320: Death Cult
321: A laboratory that looks as though people left in a hurry...
322: A medical room that seems as though someone died here.
323: Japanese VHS Enthusiast's Apartment
324: Prison of the Deformed
325: Room of Stretchers
326: Oni's Hut
327: Mongolian Tents
328: Room of Cloaks
329: Gothic Party
330: Pteradactyl Enclosure
331: Carnivorous Greenhouse
332: Rabid Kennels
333: Space Hangar
334: Hatchet Shed
335: Indoor Swamp
336: Room of Smoke
337: Old Man's Room
338: Murdered Child's Room
339: Weaboo's Room
340: Snuff Studio
341: Warlord's Tent
342: Gamer's Parlor
343: Tentacle Pools
344: Toll Bridge
345: Headhunter's Camp
346: Sugar Mill
347: "Vaginal Torture" Room
348: Dermatology Room
349: Volcanic Room
350: Nile Tomb
351: Farmer's Children's' Room
352: Infant's Play Room
353: Room of Flames
354: Innsmouth Pawn
355: Rabbit Room
356: Maternity Ward
357: Steampunk Workshop
358: Minotaur's Labyrinth
359: Goth Girl's Room
360: Serkhet's Shrine
361: Irish Washerwoman's Room
362: Wild West Shooting Gallery
363: Medusa's Garden
364: Room of Decapitated Heads
365: Toxic Barrel Storeroom
366: Alien Specimens Room
367: Fishing Shack
368: Sushi Farm
369: Shark Bay
370: Alien Plant Cave
371: Butchery
372: Exterminator's Room
373: Elliot's Room
374: Magic Theater
375: Pirate Ship
376: Surgical Bay
377: Viking Long Ship
378: Hag's Barn
379: Vampire Garden
380: Enchantress' Room
381: Mutant Bug Arena
382: Clown Toyshop
383: Underworld Gate
384: Arctic Labs
385: Padded Cell (Someone escaped from it)
386: Gym Supplies
387: Virginial Garden
388: College Library
389: Sex Room filled with Plushies for some unknown reason...
390: Weed Farm
391: Security Office
392: Horror Movie Studio
393: Gadgets Lab
394: Office Cubicles
395: Break Room
396: Superstitious Woman's Room
397: Sexy Nurse's Office
398: Rest Stop
399: Room of Old Dolls
400: Reveren's Room
401: Parental Room
402: Sex Dungeon
403: Escape Room
404: Hoard
405: A.I. Room
406: Technovault
407: Staffroom
408: Ritual Room
409: Hellish Stripclub
410: Criminal's Apartment
411: Military Kennels
412: Femme Fatale's Room
413: Brine Reef
414: Decrepit Police Office
415: Skeletal Ballroom
416: Murder Circus
417: Wolf Den
418: Sulfuric Pit
419: Tribal Room with Snakes
420: Zombie Outpost
421: Law Firm
422: Decrepit Building
423: Creepy Old Orphanage
424: Vampiric Enforcer's Room
425: Sorority Room
426: Leprechaun's Cave
427: Death Row
428: Ghost Finder's Lab
429: Sunken Ruins
430: Faith Chapel
431: Convent
432: Vampire Hunter's Armory
433: Tickling Chamber
434: Fishing Boat Dock
435: Terror Chamber
436: Room of Coffins
437: Agentry
438: Widow's Bedroom
439: Sleepy Hollow Gallery
440: Prisoner's Row
441: Occultic Library
442: Sunken Spire
443: Well of Souls
444: Tomb of the Pharoah's
445: Blood Chamber
446: Pit of the Giant Wolf
447: Victorian Tea Room
448: Gothic Museum
449: Satanic Church
450: Cedar Cabin
451: Halloween Shop
452: Magic Show
453: Skeletal Garage
454: Asylum Common Room
455: Lynching Yard
456: Occultic Garden
457: Dark Post Office
458: Black Wedding
459: Holy Portrait Hall
460: Rl'yeh Gate
461: Victorian Labs
462: Room of Globes
463: Hunter's Parlor
464: Retro TV Room
465: Hall of Miniatures
466: Persian Lounge
467: Photo Freak's Room
468: Maze of Screens
469: Pit of Sharp Objects
470: Pencilhead's Room
471: Puzzle Room
472: Key Cabinet
473: Room of Wooden Cubes
474: Room of Jackets
475: The Giant Cuckoo Clock
476: Rotary Room
477: Room of Lights
478: Swimmin' Hole
479: Typewriter Room
480: Smoking Parlor
481: Cigar Storeroom
482: Second Drawing Room
483: Murder Mystery Parlor
484: Golden Throne
485: Case-File Storeroom
486: Evidence Storage
487: Room of Pulleys
488: Slideshow Theater
489: Cassette Room
490: Room of Newspapers
491: House of Matches
492: Room covered in Duct Tape
493: Room of Plug-Ins
494: Static
495: Relaxation Chamber
496: Lake of Rust
497: Room of Passwords
498: Fishing Pond
499: Detective's Office
500: Pamphlet Office
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My 9 day visit to Phoenix and surrounding areas was awesome.

I visited so many interesting places in the area. The hole in the rock, the Boyce Thompson Arboretum, the Desert Botanical Garden, a couple of casinos on the reserves, Sedona and the Chapel of the Holy Cross, had lounge seats to the Coyotes and Suns game and also managed to sneak a side trip to Vegas and the Hoover dam.
I didn't get a chance to visit the Antelope canyon so hopefully that'll be next year. I actually found Vegas boring compared to Phoenix.
The weather was perfect as apparently it was winter. Nothing was crowded during my time. The city was clean and everybody was helpful to the visitors from Canada.
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Things To Do: May 27th - June 2nd

Here's our usual list of events to kick off your week! We also post things to do ideas on our app (iOS, Android, Website) and Instagram
Monday May 27th
Safe @ Mod Club Theatre | 7 PM
Best of Italy - Wine Tasting Event @ Liberty Grand Entertainement Complex | 6 PM
Chromatics with Desire & In Mirrors: DOUBLE EXPOSURE TOUR @ The Danforth Music Hall | 7 PM
Raptors Tailgate: Pregame Festivities @ Downtown Toronto | 7 PM
Mark Manson: Everything Is F*cked Tour @ Indigo @ Bay/Bloor | 7 PM
Local Natives at Phoenix Concert Theatre @ The Phoenix Concert Theatre | 7 PM
Tuesday May 28th
TWENTY ONE PILOTS - THE BANDITO TOUR @ Scotiabank Arena | 7 PM
Greta Van Fleet @ RBC Echo Beach | 8 PM
Asian Comedy All-Stars @ Rivoli | 8 PM
Wednesday May 29th
Jamila Woods with Nitty Scott @ Velvet Underground | 7 PM
Torque: LOT X @ Harbourfront Centre | 8 PM
A World Away 2019 - Lula World Music Celebration Night @ Lula Lounge | 7 PM
Talent Night Open Mic @ Lola's | 8 PM
Happening Multicultural Festival 2019 @ Downtown Toronto | 9 AM
Thursday May 30th
Jorja Smith & Kali Uchis @ RBC Echo Beach | 8 PM
HIGHER BROTHERS @ REBEL | 8 PM
A Sketch Comedy Extravaganza Eleganza @ The Second City Toronto | 10 PM
Beasts of Bloordale and Ossington @ Downtown Toronto | 6 PM
Raptors Vs. Warriors, Game 1 @ Scotiabank Arena | 9 PM
Friday May 31st
Friday Night Live: Palette @ Royal Ontario Museum | 7 PM
FRENSHIP at Velvet Underground @ Velvet Underground | 8 PM
Tash Sultana @ RBC Echo Beach | 7 PM
BurgerMania @ Yonge-Dundas Square | 12 PM
Saturday June 1st
Challenge GTA: Autocross Competition @ Elements Casino Mohawk | 9 AM
Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals @ RBC Echo Beach | 7 PM
Champions League Final : Liverpool vs Tottenham @ Scallywags | 12 PM
Bud Light Radler BRUNCH FEST @ Hotel X | 10 AM
Toronto Brunch Fest @ The Grounds at Hotel X Toronto |10 AM
BurgerMania @ Yonge-Dundas Square | 11 AM
Sunday June 2nd
Challenge GTA: Autocross Competition @ Elements Casino Mohawk | 9 AM
Steve Aoki @ Cabana Pool Bar | 1 PM
Dennis Lloyd - The Never Go Back Tour @ The Danforth Music Hall | 7 PM
STOMP Urban Dance Competition/Showcase @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts | 1 PM
Raptors Vs. Warriors, Game 2 @ Scotiabank Arena | 8 PM
Toronto Brunch Fest @ The Grounds at Hotel X Toronto 10 AM
BurgerMania @ Yonge-Dundas Square | 11 AM

Ongoing Events
It's ON @ Ontario Place | Starts May 31st and on until Sep
Sing! Toronto 2019 @ Various Venues | on until June 2
Films @ TIFF Bell Lightbox | ongoing
The Moon: A voyage through time @ Aga Khan Museum | on until Aug 19
Ai Weiwei: Unbroken @ Gardiner Museum | on until Jun 9

Weekly Freebies & Discounts
ROM, free admission for post-secondary students @ The ROM | Every Tues
Gardiner Museum, free admission for post-secondary students @ Gardiner Museum | Every Tues 4-9PM
Aga Khan Museum, free admission @ Aga Khan Museum | Every Wed 4-8PM
Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), free admission @ AGO | Every Wed 6-9PM
Bata Shoe Museum, pay what you can @ Bata Shoe Museum | Every Thurs 5-8PM
Gardiner Museum, half price @ Gardiner Museum | Every Fri 4-9PM

Fun Ideas
Board game cafes & bars | Where you can get your board game on
Cheap Date Ideas | Awesome dates don't have to cost a fortune
Spring Getaway Idea | If you like to spend time in nature
Spa Escapes | 10 ideas for spa escapes
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (April 29 - May 05)

Week of: April 29 - May 05
This is a weekly thread of some of the goings-on in and around the Phoenix metro area. Feel free to subscribe to our public Google Calendar of meetups and events as well.
This is not meant to be an all-inclusive list. Such a list would be large and unwieldy. If there is an event that you don't see posted here, please add a comment below. In the comment, include the event, date, time, cost (if any), and location. A brief description would also be dandy. Please upvote people who share good/interesting events, even if it may not be something you will attend.
Don't see anything of interest? Click on any one of the dates to be taken to a comprehensive listing of events for that day over at the Phoenix New Times' web site.
If you organize or know of a meet-up that you'd like to promote, please PM the mods and we'll look into getting it added to the calendar. We'll post these events up to six weeks out. At that point, we ask that you ping us again. This just helps to ensure that the events stay fresh and no defunct events appear on the calendar.
With that said, the moderators of Phoenix (including but not limited to their families, friends (ha!), pets, and possessions) are not responsible for errors in these listings. Please take the time to verify the date, time, location, and cost of an event before you head out.
Monday April 29
Tuesday April 30
Wednesday May 01
Thursday May 02
Friday May 03
Saturday May 04
Sunday May 05
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Sloan "Navy Blues" Anniversary tour announced

One of the most underrated bands around and definitely one of the most over looked albums from 1998. Vinyl reissue soon to be announced as well.
SLOAN – NAVY BLUES 2019/2010 TOUR Fri 20 September North Bay, ON Capitol Centre Canada Sat 21 September Midland, ON Midland Cultural Centre Canada Fri 4 October Burlington, ON Burlington Living Arts Centre Canada Sat 5 October Milton, ON FirstOntario Arts Centre Canada Tue 8 October Sarnia, ON Imperial Theatre Canada Wed 9 October St. Catharine’s, ON FirstOntario Perf. Arts Centre – Partridge Hall Canada Thu 10 October Brampton, ON Rose Theatre Canada Tue 15 October Sault Ste. Marie, ON The Machine Shop Canada Wed 16 October Thunder Bay Crock’s Canada Fri 18 October Winnipeg, MB The Garrick Centre Canada Sat 19 October Saskatoon, SK Dakota Dunes Casino Canada Sun 20 October Lloydminster, AB Vic Juba Community Theatre Canada Mon 21 October Grand Prairie, AB Better Than Fred’s Canada Tue 22 October Sherwood Park, AB Festival Place Canada Wed 23 October Calgary, AB Palace Theatre Canada Fri 25 October Nelson, BC Spirit Lounge Canada Sat 26 October Penticton, BC Cleland Theatre Canada Sun 27 October Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom Canada Mon 28 October Nanaimo, BC Nanaimo Entertainment Centre Canada Tue 29 October Victoria, BC Distrikt Canada Thu 31 October Courtenay, BC The Avalanche Bar Canada Sat 2 November Seattle, Washington Barboza United States Sun 3 November Portland, OR Holocene United States Wed 6 November San Francisco, CA Rickshaw Stop United States Thu 7 November San Diego, CA Casbah United States Fri 8 November Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge United States Sat 9 November Santa Ana, CA Constellation Room United States Sun 10 November Los Angeles, CA The Echo United States Tue 19 November Cleveland Heights, OH Grog Shop United States Wed 20 November Chicago, IL Bottom Lounge United States Fri 22 November St. Louis, MO Blueberry Hill United States Sat 23 November Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry United States Sun 24 November Kansas City, MO Riot Room United States Wed 19 February Boston, MA Brighton Music Hall United States Thu 20 February New York, NY Bowery Ballroom United States Fri 21 February Philadelphia, PA Boot & Saddle United States Sat 22 February Washington, DC Union Stage United States Sun 23 February Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle – Back Room United States Tue 25 February Atlanta, GA Vinyl at Center Stage United States Wed 26 February Jacksonville, FL Jackrabbits United States Fri 28 February Austin, TX 3Ten @ ACL Live United States Sat 29 February Houston, TX White Oak Music Hall (Upstairs) United States Sun 1 March Dallas, TX Three Links United States Tue 3 March Nashville, TN The High Watt United States Wed 4 March Columbus, OH A & R Music Bar United States Fri 6 March Indianapolis, IN The Hi-Fi United States Sat 7 March Detroit, MI St. Andrews Hall United States Sun 8 March Buffalo, NY Iron Works United States
Read More: Sloan announce U.S. ‘Navy Blues’ tour dates | http://www.brooklynvegan.com/sloan-announce-u-s-navy-blues-tour-dates/?trackback=tsmclip
http://www.brooklynvegan.com/sloan-announce-u-s-navy-blues-tour-dates/
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (March 25 - March 31)

Week of: March 25 - March 31
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area.
We have a public Google Calendar for meetups and events.If you want to add something, PM the mods.
Comments are always welcomed. If you know of an event that isn't listed, please feel free to comment below. If your event is recurring, please limit comments to once a month.
Before you attend any event, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Monday March 25
Tuesday March 26
Wednesday March 27
Thursday March 28
Friday March 29
Saturday March 30
Sunday March 31
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Duncan Discussion's "Masterlist of Prank Call Victims" (Part 2)

This is the original version of Duncan Discussion's "Masterlist of Prank Call Victims" which was a complete listing of victim soundboard prank calls. I can't access the current list but I'll be updating it as I go. I've also been using the masterlist to create an up to date list for existing victim soundboards. The links are supposed to display the most recent calls made on YouTube.
Many victim soundboards (and the original calls) no longer exist, are privately held by a few select pranksters, or were never created.
Edit: I reached the character limit while updating the list so I had to split this up into two parts
  1. Celebrity Soundboard-era (2000-2007) & Duncan-era (2007-2011)
  2. Bail Bondsman-era (2011-2015) & California crook-era (2016-)

Bail Bondsman-era (2011-2015)

California crook-era (2016-)

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Shadows at at Glance #3

Shadows at a Glance


Hello Chummers, Omae's and Runners,
We have a lot of new people to welcome into our fold.
Please welcome Babylon, Cairo, Caliber, Dobby, DocCrow, Driftwood, Dutch, Fetch, Garibaldi, Gauss, Goon, Grace, Gram-Gram, Green, Haru, Hobby, Hopsnbaer, Ironeye, Jae, Je ne sais quoi, Kolchek, Lab-Report, Lady, Lemon, Lord Reggie, Mathew Keen, Monte, Mr. Purple, Pinball, Pixie, Playboy, Racket, Rasputin, Red, Royalle, Sigma, Smile, The Plague, The Reaper, Tri-P, True, UXO, Vasya, Warchef, Whisky Priest, Winter, Yule, Zap!
Just six more folks and we could have made a Runners First Alphabet. Oh well. Well, lacking that show them the ropes and try not to get burnt!


Time to hand out a gold watch to some folks who decided to step away. Whether to greener pastures or just out of the cesspit we still will miss them.

Sabot and Sallah are gone now, we wish them the best of luck and good fortunes.

Airwave Nomad stepped out of the shadows. She didn’t share if she was stepping into something darker or somewhere she could actually see the color of the grass, but at least she is going under her own power.

Jiyuna has also departed, giving a personal message to share with those who remain.
Friends. Thank you for being patient with my quirkiness. I’m heading home to Japan, hopefully to find our parents and try to rebuild our...my shattered life. It has been a honor to fight with you in the shadows. Until we meet again. -Jiyuna

We celebrate the memories of work and hope to exit in the same way.


We also had some names added to our memorial. We lost a few since the last edition. Pour out a glass of your chosen liquid for them next time you have some.

Skaldi sadly passed away. Many additions have been made to her section of the memorial. It is always touching when a one runner can have such and impact. She did leave a parting message to all that will read it.
“If I meant anything to anyone, one of you fraggers needs to make sure my niece is set up ok.” Other names are unconfirmed as of now, and still more we will never know. So remember those we have lost and those who are still not found.


Now the welcoming and weeping is done lets get down to business.

We have been having some rumors flying around and want to keep you in the know.
Situation Reports:
  • The value of Ripper going down as the market for it is oversaturated. Looks like someone is bringing in a new supply.
  • Allison, Puyallup SURGE Commune Exterminated by Ghouls: Final Act of East Puyallup Vampires?
  • Mothers of Metahumanity has been spreading word of rescued victims of anti-metahuman groups. Word is they are looking for chances to capitalize on this.
  • The new lines of visionware are out. Are you due for an upgrade?
  • Black Lotus Casino Hires Full Time Act: “Sammy Sinatra at the Koi Lounge”
  • Some folks might offer you a hand in times of need. Be careful before you trust your weight to it.
  • Famous MeFeed Celebrity Killed in Pursuit of Fame: Has The Need for Clicks Gone Too Far???
  • There's some scary drek going on if you read between the lines, people. Pay attention to what Ares is doing, they're making a play at something.


We managed to get ahold of Seraph this month and have a nice chat. Here is what he had to say:

Welcome Seraph, thank you for agreeing to talk. First question is how did you get that name?

Hello, I'm glad to be here.

As for how I got my name, you can blame my smart-ass fixer for that one. Before I started running shadows, he'd hired me to deal with astral security that kept hitting his smuggling operations. He didn't have anybody awakened on his teams, and he was getting desperate to hire somebody. I'd been out of work for years at this point, and was probably even more desperate than him somehow. I figured this was either gonna get me killed, or be an easy payday. Turns out, his shipments were getting hit by magic. His common routes had some watchers assigned to them looking specifically for his cars, watcher would report back and out come some spirits to wreck the car and clear the way for someone to grab the goods.

Right as the spirits materialized, they got disrupted, and everyone in the car started yelling about a Guardian Angel. Then my Fixer chimed in with some old religious drek about ‘The Seraphim descending from heaven above,’ and the rest is history. The holy connotation rubs me the wrong way sometimes, but I suppose it’s as good a name as any.

I suppose that is better than most folks names. What brought you to the hub?

It was kind of a natural extension of the work I was doing with my Fixer. I kept on with him, chasing off the odd spirit or Lone Star mage, but that kind of thing can't be a permanent arrangement. Pay isn't good enough. He eventually dropped me a line for a job that needed a negotiator - a bit of face work - and asked if I'd be interested. I said sure, but I'd lost most of skillsofts when my legal employer went under. (Free advice: Always pay attention to the fine print on subsidized 'ware) I told him if he wanted me to do any kind of in person work, he'd need to hook me up with some Activesofts.

Sure enough, he knew a guy through the hub - Mr. Chaminski. Got me some midrange facing skills and set me off to cut my teeth on negotiating with Johnsons and talking down augged up meatheads from just shooting their way into places. I think this whole time Danny - my Fixer - had seen something in me, because he's put a lot of investment into my growth as a shadow asset. I suppose it’s paying off for him now though. Anyway, after about a year of working together he put in a recommendation for me at the hub, and now we're here. It’s certainly been far more interesting than anything in the corporate space.

Does your corporate background help with your new line of work? What other skills come in handy?

I can't say my background has hurt my capabilities, but it certainly hasn't been as useful as one would imagine it to be. I worked for a smaller A-rated corp that specialized in providing magical security to unrated corps. I was basically just there to shoo away the odd free-spirit or get rid of paracritters. The training in astral combat has been useful, but I never really got the kind of business experience or physical security training that would translate to less specialized corps - let alone a mega. It's been half a decade since I worked a 'real job' anyway though, most of the minutiae have faded from memory. And none of that can really prepare you to stand straight when staring down the barrel in more hostile negotiations on street-level jobs.

If there's one thing I learned in the corp world that comes in handy though, it's a mercenary demeanor. There's not a lot of difference between letting a free spirit have their way with the mom-and-pop shop's storefront when they didn't renew their contract, and the mob paying you to smash a few windows to get protection money. Learn to recognize when a Johnson is going to betray you, or when to set aside your morals for the sake of getting out alive. That's not to say I'm a heartless bastard, but knowing how to look out for yourself is one of the first lessons you'll learn in the shadows. Or die trying to.

That said, it's also important to know when to act in good faith. As the old saying goes, you'll catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. Some of the most valuable contacts in my list have come from doing good things for good people. Not every job pays in nuyen, and a favor can be worth its weight in gold. Your rep is also one of your most valuable possessions, people will be more willing to stick their neck out for you if they know you're not gonna stab them in the back.

As for other skills? Learn what kind of sacrifices you're willing to make. A lot of full magicians would be horrified to learn that I've replaced about half my essence, yet the benefits of the augmentations have far outweighed what little loss of magic I've experienced. Life is a zero sum game, and you need to be able to weigh what's worth most to you.

Outside of work, what is worth the most to you? Do you have hobbies, passions, or guilty pleasures to spend your time on?

Outside of work? I've spent a lot of my time appreciating the arts. The large amount of downtime afforded to me by shadowrunning has allowed me to catch up on my readings - I've been working on 20th century classics, and just finished reading George Orwell's 1984. It was almost prophetic in a way. I also spend a fair amount of time following the fashion scene. Maybe one day I'll start designing my own line of clothing when I can afford to become a Person again and leave the shadows behind.

Other than that, I spend a lot of my time honing various skills. I've learned a little bit of martial arts, I've completed an Initiation and faced the Dweller, and more recently I've been looking into picking up Decking to expand my skillset.

What would be words of advice you want to give to less experienced runners?

Hmm... if I had to condense many small snippets of advice, it'd be this: Do your legwork. If you turn up a lead and it seems too good to be true? Do some more legwork, it probably is. Can't find any way to hit your target? Do some more legwork, there's always a weak point. The more information you have when planning and executing a run, the less likely something blindsides you.

Oh, and never step into an airlock without chemseal.

Good luck out there chummers.


We asked you all about your favorite Trid to help you relax after a tough job. Here are the answers.
I love watching news about fallout of my job. The loud one are great, but reading about something obscure and smooth, only partly related is a wiz.
Gunsmoke
There used to be a show on that showcased how beautiful the Earth used to be. It's a shame what we've let it become.
Wolfe
Neil the Orc Barbarian. Especially the episodes where the elf sorceress appears.
Jiyuna
Gotta be fuckin kiddin' me - either Jazymin Wild's Queen of the Wassp or the that one thicc lil' elf... oh yeah Tir Na Rear in Big Elf Butts 13: Round Peaches and Apple Bottoms.
Cortez
Wyrm talk. Preferably one of the older ones. While you should never trust a dragon big D had at least an interesting perspective. Also it is most often completely different from a job and can take your mind off.
Faahd
ARES MAGICAL GUN CAT GIRLS!!!
Cottontail
"The Man With No Face". It amuses me how unrealistic their methods are, but the acting is excellent.
BetoBeto-san
Nothing like kicking my boots off, putting my feet up on the coffee table, and settling in to watch the latest episode of "Keeping Up with the Cloacans".
Phoenix

For next month we have another question.

“What is the best party drug, BTL or spell?”
Send your answers in to be featured next month.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (May 28 - June 03)

Week of: May 28 - June 03
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
Comment with your event below and I'll add it to the list. Thanks!
Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Special/Ongoing Events This Week:
Ongoing This Week:
Monday May 28
Tuesday May 29
Wednesday May 30
Thursday May 31
  • Handsome Ghost @Valley Bar, Phoenix, 8:00pm [$13.00-$15.00]
  • Melvins @Crescent Ballroom, Phoenix, 8:00pm [$20.00]
  • Souvenirs @Rebel Lounge, Phoenix, 8:00 [$12.00-$14.00]
  • Sugarland @Gila River Arena, Glendale, 7:00pm [$27.00+]
Friday June 01
Saturday June 02
  • Transviolet @Valley Bar, Phoenix, 7:30 [$12.00]
  • D.O.A./MDC @Marquee Theater, Tempe, 6:15pm [$20.00-$35.00]
  • Ghastly @The Van Buren, Phoenix, 8:00pm [$22.00-$42.00].
Sunday June 03
  • Mario Aguilar @The Van Buren, Phoenix, 8:00pm [$39.00-$79.00]
  • Kansas @Talking Stick Resort, Scottsdale, 8:00pm [$30.00-$70.00]
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Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (October 2 - October 8)

Week of: October 2 - October 8
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
Comment with your event below and I'll add it to the list. Thanks!
Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Special Events this week:
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
Please upvote people who share good/interesting events, even if it may not be something you will attend.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (December 11 - December 17)

Week of: December 11 - December 17
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
Comment with your event below and I'll add it to the list. Thanks!
Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Looking for the other things to do? Check out the FAQ for more suggestions
Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (December 18 - December 24)

Week of: December 18 - December 24
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
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Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
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Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (January 8 - January 14)

Week of: January 8 - January 14
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
Comment with your event below and I'll add it to the list. Thanks!
Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Looking for the other things to do? Check out the FAQ for more suggestions
Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
Please upvote people who share good/interesting events, even if it may not be something you will attend.
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Things to Do This Week in Phoenix (December 25 - December 31)

Week of: December 25 - December 31
This is a weekly thread of things going on in and around the Phoenix metro area. All types of events are welcome, including focused events for different interest groups, kid friendly, etc.
Please visit the UPDATED FAQ for Weekly Events
Comment with your event below and I'll add it to the list. Thanks!
Before you attend, please inquire to make sure the event is taking place.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Looking for the other things to do? Check out the FAQ for more suggestions
Feel free to add your own events below. Just list where in the Valley it happens, a cost if there is one, and who might find it interesting. Please also indicate if the event happens each week. People may be interested in trying something new but not know what is expected to get involved.
Please upvote people who share good/interesting events, even if it may not be something you will attend.
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Just got back from a 7 night/8 day trip - thanks for all your help, r/vegas!!

You guys were super helpful to me, so hopefully this helps someone else out down the line!!
We (boyfriend and I) booked a package through Southwest vacations, originally staying Sunday through Thursday and flying out on Friday but we stayed the extra two nights and flew out on Sunday in order to meet up with some friends. Originally we had a king room at MGM booked, but changed over to a king balcony suite at the Signature at MGM for the extra space/whirlpool tub.
The vast majority of our gambling was $0.25-$1 blackjack on the video poker machines - we didn't lost much money, and had drinks given to us pretty frequently at most casinos.
Sunday we flew in and got to the Signature at about 10:30am, we were able to upgrade to a 28th floor strip view suite for an extra $10 a night - we had originally been offered a 37th floor strip view suite for $30 a night, but went with the slightly cheaper option. Luckily our room was ready and we were able to take our bags upstairs right away. We headed to Planet Hollywood and grabbed lunch at Earl of Sandwich, walked around the shops then explored Paris and a bit of Bellagio and gambled a bit before heading black to the hotel to get ready for dinner. We took a lyft down to the Palms and did dinner at Alize - we had a groupon for the tasting menu at $200 rather than the original $350ish, but the meal was so incredible I'd probably be willing to pay full price. Originally we had plans to go down a floor to hang out at Ghostbar for a bit, but we were both so full and tired neither of us really felt like drinking. We gambled a bit before lyfting back to the Signature, then changed and hung out at MGM's casino for a bit before heading to sleep.
Monday we each used a free breakfast buffet reward from MyVegas at MGM, then lyfted down to Fashion Show and explored Encore/Wynn/Venetian for a while. We had a buy one get one free Bellagio lunch buffet reward as well, which we redeemed right at about 2:45 so we could get the perks of the dinner buffet offerings that were brought out at 3. Later on we checked out NYNY then took the free tram between ExcalibuMandalay Bay/Luxor and explored and gambled a bit while watching the CFB playoff. Again, we gambled a bit at MGM and made it to Emeril's JUST in time to grab a late night happy hour snack - the sign said 9:30-close, when we got there at about 9:40 the bartenders took our order right away as the kitchen was in the process of closing up. The apps were good, unfortunately we never made it back for oyster happy hour.
Tuesday we did an early lunch at Nacho Daddy (giant plate for about $20, easily fed both of us!) and explored and gambled around Aria/Cosmopolitan/Bellagio. We had a Groupon for a prix fixe menu at Koi at Planet Hollywood which turned out to be a great deal, and we hung out in the lounge for happy hour for a bit before that. We booked KA tickets a few days before flying out through the M Life site, which was an amazing show for a great deal.
Wednesday we used a buy one get one free MGM breakfast buffet MyVegas reward, then lyfted out to SilverCar and picked up a car for the day. We're both only 22 so we really struggled finding a decently priced car, luckily a Vegas redditor recommeneded SilverCar. Cost for the day was $39 and $12 in taxes/fees, and $5+gas. We drive to Hoover Dam/Lake Mead and then Red Rock. Since we had the car we decided to stop at In n Out, then headed up to Stratosphere for happy hour at sunset - neither of us really enjoyed the drinks or the view from the SkyLounge, but we had been spoiled at the Palms a few nights before. We also popped into Westgate, Circus Circus, Lucky Dragon and Rio before heading to the Welcome to Vegas sign and dropping the car off. My boyfriend is a pilot so we popped into the airport observation lot for a half hour or so - unplanned but incredibly cool!! We lyfted down to Caesars, went through the shops then explored and gambled and watched a few fountain shows before heading to bed.
Thursday was kind of rainy and windy, so we slept in and then headed to Aria and each used a free lunch buffet reward. We both thought this was by far the best buffet (and it cost less points than the Bellagio rewards!), and it's definitely on the top of our list to go to again. We lyfted down to Fremont and spent the afternoon/early evening exploring all of the casinos and watching the light shows, then did dinner at Hugo's Cellar at Four Queens. Hugo's was recommended by family friends, we both thought it was OK but not great. We sat down at some penny video poker machines at the Fremont Casino, which happened to be right next to the bar and wound up with about 8 drinks each in an hour or so span. We lyfted back to the Signature and headed to sleep.
Friday we grabbed lunch at Taco Bell so we could officially say we had eaten there, then explored the middle part of the strip (Ballys/Harrahs/Linq/Flamingo) that we hadn't gotten to yet. We wound up with awesome 5th row center section seats for the early show of Zumanity by checking with the box office about a half an hour before the show started, I think the original price would have been nearly $400 after tax and fees and I paid around $170. I would definitely recommend a seat near center stage since so much happens right up front. After that, our friends got in and got settled, then we gambled at MGM and headed down to Bellagio for the fountains and more gambling. My female friend and I were wandering around the slot machines near Hyde while the guys were playing video games, we were approached by someone working the door and let in free of charge in front of the line. We stayed for about ten minutes to see what was happening then left because it was decently crowded and we wanted to get back out to the guys. Late night dinner at Taco Bell finished off our night.
Saturday we once again did breakfast at the MGM buffet, per request of our friends - I definitely wouldn't recommend paying weekend prices unless you're wanting to drink shitty mimosas for two hours straight. For the $55ish we paid for the two of us I definitely wouldn't say it was worth it at all. We then headed to Pro Gun Club a little ways outside of Vegas - specifically chosen because my boyfriend and I are both experienced shooters and I wanted the chance to shoot a 50 cal, but one of our friends had never shot a gun and wanted to be able to shoot a 9mm. My boyfriend was there once before and the staff has been amazing both times - the outdoor range is great. By the time we got back it was nearly dark, so we walked from MGM up the strip to see some more of the strip at night, popped into the In n Out at the LINQ, hung out in different casinos here and there until 7 when we watched the Mirage volcano, then went through the Venetian some more. We took a lyft back to the hotel )damn near impossible to finally get a driver that showed up within five minutes for some reason), got ready and then we hung out at the MGM casino while our friends went to a show that wasn't of any interest to us.
Sunday we checked out of our hotel, checked our bags with the bellhop and grabbed lunch at Earl of Sandwich and hit up the sports book at Planet Hollywood to put some last minute bets down since we realized we could mail the tickets in if we won. We headed to the airport at about 2 even though our flight wasn't until 4:45 thinking that it was going to be insanely busy based on how crazy checkout had been in the morning, but we were dropped off by Lyft and made it to the terminal within 15 minutes. We watched as much of the Packers game as we could and played some last minute video blackjack before finally getting on our flight (delayed by an hour, almost missed our transfer to another plane in Phoenix but luckily they held the plane for us.
We definitely didn't NEED seven nights, but I'm glad we had the time to get out off of the strip for two full days. We got through just about everything we wanted to and didn't feel rushed. Next time we're back we'll probably just stay 3-4 days since we now know what we like and where we'll want to go back.
We actually grabbed a $1 chip from each casino we went into (other than those on Fremont street - we couldn't just get one from the cashiers or one of the dealers, we were told that we had to actually sit down and play which we weren't planning on doing at each casino) and wound up with 30 total, so we covered a lot of ground!
General takeaways -
-MyVegas saved us a TON of money - six free buffets (and a few random non-MGM rewards that we actually didn't wind up using due to the restrictions on when they could be used). I will absolutely keep playing for whenever we go next! We tried to leave slots running on our phones in the background whenever we were watching TV or something, and I played a bit of blackjack most days. We didn't learn about it until about 2 months before we came, and we each wound up with about 50-60k in loyalty points with very minimal effort.
-Lyft was insanely cheap with $5 off each ride - we spent about $50 total for 10 rides (including one to the airport gate, two to Fremont, two to Silvercar which is past the airport) compared to one $25 Uber to get us from the airport to the Signature.
-People aren't kidding when they say wear comfy shoes - I wore my comfiest pair of boots on Monday and wound up with a horrid blister that I didn't know was forming. Monday night through Thursday was hell for me because I had a quarter sized blister on the bottom of my foot - thank god for the $9 pads I was able to grab at CVS
-I do pole/aerial silks so I was insanely excited for Cirque shows, my boyfriend not so much - we both LOVED KA, I loved Zumanity and he at least semi-enjoyed it. Definitely give them a shot!
-Groupon saved us quite a bit of money on dinners as well, and we had a few others lined up for food/drinks/entertainment that we knew we could purchase if we wanted to use them.
-Silvercar is in fact legit, and you will wind up with a Silver Audi - any time we travel to a city with a Silvercar kiosk, we'll actively be seeking them out.
-We learned that rooms at the Signature can be rented on airbnb, which we definitely did not know before hand - just generally looking at prices the rooms on airbnb seemed like an awesome deal and we'll definitely check into that next time we come.
Once again, thanks for all of your help - we saved a ton of money and got so many good recommendations from you all!!
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Stuff to Do in Tucson: August 2017 - More events listed!

Hello to all the fine folks of /Tucson! It's the AUGUST 2017 edition of the Stuff to Do thread!
Use this sticky to collect stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in AUGUST. All events must go in this thread and not in the main sub.
Comment with details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in.
Please make sure comments are written as follows, to keep them consistent and easy to read:
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
  • Art shows/exhibits
  • Museum events
  • Musical acts/shows
  • Gaming get-togethers
  • Charity events for actual charities (not kickstarter-like campaigns for your startup xyz store)
  • Your band's upcoming show (playing at a venue that isn't your house)
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
AUGUST 1
Video Game Night/Kirby's Dream Band - at the Hut - 9PM - $3.50 you-call-it drinks - 21+
AUGUST 3
AUGUST 4
AUGUST 5
AUGUST 8
Dancing with the Stars: Live! - Hot Summer - at Tucson Music Hall - 7PM - $46-$238+
AUGUST 10
RuPaul’s Drag Race Contestants LIVE! WAR ON THE CATWALK - at Fox Tucson Theatre - doors 7PM/show 8PM - $20 – $55 - all ages
AUGUST 11
Classic Films at the Temple: The Godfather - at the Temple of Music and Art - 7:30PM - $10
AUGUST 12
AUGUST 12-13
AUGUST 13
Meet + Sing + Join! Reveille Men's Chorus Season 23 Kick-Off Party - at Hotel Congress - 6PM-9PM
AUGUST 18
Friday Night Live! at Main Gate Square - 7:30PM - free
AUGUST 19
AUGUST 20
Tucson's Birthday Celebration at Mission Garden - 946 W. Mission Ln - 4:30PM-6:30PM - adults $40/kids under 12 $12
AUGUST 26
AUGUST 26-27
Space Night 2017 - at Children's Museum Tucson - 6PM Saturday thru 9AM Sunday - $50 per person/$45 per person for members - adults and kids 4-12
AUGUST 29
Pink Martini - at Centennial Hall - doors 7PM/show 8PM - $40-$95 - all ages
AUGUST 30 - SEPT 3
HOCO Fest - at Hotel Congress - $15-$125 - see website for details
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM
  • Wednesday - Gentle Ben's Brewing Co - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM / Arizona Beer House - 7:00PM
  • Thursday - The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Aloft Tucson - 7:30PM
DAILY:
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
SATURDAYS
  • Board Game Meetup - at Tucson Games & Gadget - 1PM
  • Saturday Night Clay Parties - at The Tucson Clay Co-op - 3326 N. Dodge Blvd. - 6:30-8PM - $20/person (+$5 to fire pieces to keep) - see website for more details and to make reservations
SUNDAYS
  • Live Jazz at Pastiche - at Pastiche restaurant - 7PM-10PM - see website for more info and events
  • Juggling Club - at Himmel Park, behind the library - 10AM
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: October 2016 (Halloween edition)

Greetings, /Tucson! It's the OCTOBER 2016 HALLOWEEN edition of the Stuff to Do thread! There's SO MUCH to do this month in town!
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in October. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
SEPTEMBER 29
Dueling Pianos - at Site 17, 840 E 17th St - doors 6PM/show 7PM-9PM - $50 - see website for tix
SEPTEMBER 30
ONGOING THROUGH OCTOBER
THROUGH OCTOBER 9
Mt. Lemmon's Oktoberfest - 10300 Ski Run Rd. - see website for more info
THURSDAYS THRU SUNDAYS (and Halloween Night)
Nightfall Tucson - at Old Tucson - adults 12+ $28 / children 9-11 $21 (lots of discounts available, see website for more info)
EVERY WEEKEND IN OCTOBER
VARIOUS DATES THROUGH OCTOBER
Buckelew Farms Corn Maze & Terror In The Corn - see website for dates, prices, and discount nights
SEPTEMBER 30 - OCTOBER 2
RinCon 2016 - at Sheraton Tucson Hotel and Suites - 5151 East Grant Rd - see website for daily schedule and more info
OCTOBER 1
OCTOBER 1 & 2
OCTOBER 4
OCTOBER 7
Oktoberfest at Traildust Town - 6541 E. Tanque Verde - 5PM-10PM - pricing TBD
OCTOBER 7-9
Tucson Meet Yourself - downtown Tucson - see website for hours and locations
OCTOBER 8
OCTOBER 11
Tuesday Night Classics: Silence of the Lambs - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 14
ZOOcson 2016 - 6PM-9PM - $120 Per Person/$90 Per Zoo Member - 21+
OCTOBER 15
OCTOBER 14 & 15
Viva La Naughty! - at Unscrewed Theater - 3244 E Speedway Blvd - 9PM - $10
OCTOBER 16
OCTOBER 17
Eric Hutchinson Live - at Club Congress - $20 - doors 6PM - 16+
OCTOBER 18
Tuesday Night Classics: Aliens - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 20-23
Film Fest Tucson - see website for full schedule of events
OCTOBER 21
The Planets on the Big Screen | Tucson Symphony Orchestra - at the Tucson Music Hall - 7:30PM
OCTOBER 22
OCTOBER 22-23
OCTOBER 23
The Planets on the Big Screen | Tucson Symphony Orchestra - at the Tucson Music Hall - 2PM
OCTOBER 25
Tuesday Night Classics: Halloween (1978) - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
OCTOBER 28
OCTOBER 28 & 29
Chiles, Chocolate, & Day of the Dead Festival - at Tohono Chul Park - 9AM-4PM - $5 members/$15 general public/children 12 and under are free
OCTOBER 29
OCTOBER 29 & 30
Open Studio Tours (Midtown/Central Tucson) - various locations - 11AM-5PM - free - see website for list of artists/studios
OCTOBER 30
OCTOBER 31
Halloween Night Dance Party at Club Congress - $8/$10 - 8PM
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / Public Brewhouse - 7:30 PM / Sir Veza's Taco Garage - 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM / Brew of A Sports Grill (Formerly Schrier's Sports Grill) - 7:00 PM
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
  • Sunday - Trident Grill II - 7:00 PM (Starts Sunday, May 15th)
MONDAYS
Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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Stuff To Do in Tucson: January & February 2016

Greetings! Happy New Year /Tucson! It's the JANUARY & FEBRUARY 2016 edition of the Stuff to Do thread! I have to consolidate these two months for time issues.
Use this sticky to collect general stuff going on around town (including Tucson's surrounding areas) in Jan/Feb. You can still start new posts about an event, especially if you need help planning something. This will just serve as an easy reference. (PLEASE NOTE: You CANNOT start a new post if you are self-promoting, or if you are somehow related to the person(s) that stand to profit from said event. This is considered spam by reddit. Don't do it.)
Comment with the details (date, time, location, admission fee, age restrictions, etc.) about any event/gathering/get-together that you think people may be interested in and I'll update the text of the main post so people can easily see what's going on.
Examples of good stuff to tell us about include:
And more!
Anything advertising any specific product or anything illegal will be removed.
JANUARY 5
Tuesday Night Classics: Hook - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 7
JANUARY 8-10
The Arizona State Home Show - at the Tucson Convention Center - $8/day - see website for details
JANUARY 9
JANUARY 10
JANUARY 12
Tuesday Night Classics: Taxi Driver - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 14
Grow Your Own: Seed Saving - Salazar-Ajo Branch Library - 15 W Plaza St, # 179 - 10AM-12PM
JANUARY 15
Château Disco - at The Flycatcher - 340 E. 6th St - 10PM-2AM - $5 - 21+ - RSVP at FB link
JANUARY 15-17
Tucson Fringe Festival - downtown Tucson - see website for schedules and tix
JANUARY 15-18
Friends of the Pima County Public Library Book Sale - 2230 N. Country Club Rd. - 9AM-4PM
JANUARY 16
JANUARY 19
Tuesday Night Classics: The Warriors - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 22-23
Dillinger Days - at Hotel Congress - see website for both days' schedules
JANUARY 22
Hues 'n' Booze Paint 'n' Sip: Sugar Skulls - at Cafe a la C'Art - 150 N Main Ave. - 6:30PM-8:30PM - $35/person
JANUARY 23
JANUARY 23&24
La Encantada Art Festival - Saturday 10AM-5PM/Sunday 11AM-4PM - free - all ages
JANUARY 25
Brew-Haha Comedy Show - at Ermanos Craft Beer and Wine Bar - 220 N 4th Ave. - 8:30PM
JANUARY 26
Tuesday Night Classics: The Graduate - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
JANUARY 31
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
FEBRUARY 2
Tuesday Night Classics: Groundhog Day - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 3-6
Sonoran Glass School Art Schow - 633 W. 18th St. - free
FEBRUARY 4
First Thursday of the month free admission at the Tucson Museum of Art - 140 N. Main Ave. - 5PM-8PM - all ages
FEBRUARY 6
FEBRUARY 5
Sonoran Glass School's Flame Off 2016 - 633 W. 18th St. - 7PM-11PM - $20/person
FEBRUARY 6
  • Lewis Black at Casino del Sol - Casino del Sol conference center - 7PM doors/8PM show - 21+ - see website for tix
  • Art Safari - at Central Tucson Art Galleries and Studios - 154 E. 6th St. - 6PM
FEBRUARY 9
Tuesday Night Classics: When Harry Met Sally - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 13
  • Second Saturdays Downtown - starts around 5PM - free to walk around
  • Don't Blink Burlesque @ The Hut - at The Hut - 305 N 4th Ave - doors 8PM/show 9PM - Tickets $10/VIP $20 - ages 21+
  • Cars and Coffee - Come grab a coffee and look at cool cars - at La Encantada, outside of AJ's - 8AM-11AM (winter hours) - If you have an interesting/cool car, you can bring it and participate
FEBRUARY 16
Tuesday Night Classics: The Princess Bride - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 18
Zoobiquity by author Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, M.D. - at the Fox Theatre - 5:30PM - free
FEBRUARY 19
Château Disco - at The Flycatcher - 340 E. 6th St - 10PM-2AM - $5 - 21+ - RSVP at FB link
FEBRUARY 20
FEBRUARY 21
Tucson Bonsai Society's Monthly Meeting: Bonsai Artist Ted Matson Demo - Catalina United Methodist Church, Building H, Room 230 - 12PM-4PM - see website for more info
FEBRUARY 23
Tuesday Night Classics: Breakfast at Tiffany's - Harkins Theatre - 5455 S Calle Santa Cruz - 7PM - $5
FEBRUARY 27
BBW Meetup - 11AM - locations vary so check Facebook group
FEBRUARY 28
Romo Tonight - at The Flycatcher - 9PM - 21+
RECURRING EVENTS
NIGHTLY
SkyNights at UA Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter - 9800 East Ski Run Rd. - starts around 3PM - $65 Adults , $40 Youth (7-17 yrs) includes a light dinner
WEEKLY
Geeks Who Drink - different venues every day
  • Monday - Dante's Fire - 8:00 PM / NEW Eclipse Sports Grill 7:00 PM
  • Tuesday - Hotel Congress - 8:00 PM / Frog and Firkin - 8:00 PM (Starts Sept 8th)
  • Wednesday - The Auld Dubliner - 8:00 PM / Trident Grill - 8:00 PM / NEW Playground Bar & Lounge - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday - Aloft Tucson University - 7:30 PM (Starts Sept 4th) / Bumsted's - 8:00 PM / The Canyon's Crown Restaurant & Pub - 8:00 PM
MONDAYS
  • 90s House Party - Hotel Congress - 9PM-2AM - free cover - $0.90 drinks - 21+
  • Laughs and Draughts (Open mic comedy & draught beer specials) - at The Flycatcher - 10PM - 21+
TUESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS
THURSDAYS
FRIDAYS
Free Women's Self-Defense Class - at Rising Phoenix Fitness - 2201 E. Broadway - 5PM
SATURDAYS
SUNDAYS
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