ITEX Trade Dollars for Sale or Trade

10/01/2014 - 11:00
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Our organization has a large sum of trade dollars with ITEX. We are interested in selling or trading $10,000 of those credits with Barter Tucson or TradeSource members.

If interested, please contact Robert Zucker, Entertainment Magazine, at publisher@emol.org

Music and other Blessings

It is hard to ignore all of the ugly stuff connected to our society like parasites. The crime, corruption, envy, tv, vanity, lawyers, religion, greed and lust for profit margins can jade even the nicest of souls. Even I have been heard complaining, though, I was talking to myself and people should mind their own beeswax if you ask me.

The Slaughterhouse is now open

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Tucson Entertainment Magazine Calendar

“People pay us to scare them, and we do so well that they keep coming back,” says Bobby Sutton, Director of Tucson Screamers.

For the past seven years, The SlaughterHouse has been the voted "The Best in Tucson" and “One of the Top 10 Scariest Haunted Houses in the Nation” and in 2014 they received national recognition for their new attraction, Apocalypse, which is currently undergoing a national expansion.

Tucson Halloween Events

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Tucson Entertainment Magazine Calendar

This Halloween in Tucson is filled with several popular annual events, for kids and families.

Old Tucson Studio's Nightfall starts on October 1st through Halloween night. The Valley of the Moon presents Harry Potter and the Haunted Ruins from October 10-30th.

The Tucson Celtic Kids Halloween Party takes places on Halloween Eve, so you don't need to take your kids trick or treating.

@EMOL.org Entertainment Magazine on Twitter

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The @EMOL.org Entertainment Magazine web site has a Twitter feed to keep up with new features and additions.

Tucson home for sale on Park Avenue

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New updates have just been completed on a University of Arizona area home for sale in Tucson at 2800 N. Park Avenue

This 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in central Tucson has two bonus rooms that can be used as bedrooms, offices, libraries, etc. The kitchen and bathroom had been updated a few years ago with new counters, tiles and appliances.

This neighborhood is close to shopping, the UA campus, Amphi schools and is a few blocks from Salpointe Catholic High School.

Stardust & Moonbeams Fundraising

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STARDUST & MOONBEAMS PROJECT

In Stardust & Moonbeams, Will gets more than he bargains for when he asks Beth to pose for him. Beth knows she's on to something when she asks Will to pose for her. With the woman behind the camera and the man in front of it, sparks fly in more ways than one. It’s the modern times of 1928—and Beth’s a feminist, after all.

"Entertaining Tucson" brings local music nostalgia back

09/26/2014 - 12:45
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Tucson Entertainment Magazine Event

A new book on the local Tucson, Arizona music scene, "Entertaining Tucson Across the Decades," has been published.

Read about thousands of musicians and hundreds of bands who entertained us from the 1950s through the early 2000s. The first volume covers up through 1985 and is now available.

2014 HEARTLAND FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP

10/16/2014 - 10:00
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The Heartland Film Festival—Indiana’s largest and longest-running independent film festival—will showcase more than 130 independent films and gives audiences access to more than 100 independent filmmakers from around the world from October 16-25, 2014. With red carpet premieres and events, parties, and hundreds of film screenings, the Heartland Film Festival offers the best of world cinema right in the heart of the Midwest.

Stardust & Moonbeams lead actors announced

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Stardust & Moonbeams is a short film project is adapted from the novel "Stardust & Moonbeams."

The casting of the two leads in Stardust & Moonbeams, who are the actors in our fundraising trailer are wonderful performers who are super to work with. They have now officially joined the film – Brad Meyer as Will Townsend, and Wynter Veal-Drummond as Beth Delkit Townsend.

For more on The Farmer House Museum, please visit their website: Stardust & Moonbeams website