Phoenix Poet, Coffee, Tea, Slam, Travel, Comedy, Public Art

TONIGHT Caffeine Corridor 2nd Fridays 7:30pm at {9} The Gallery. Open Mic and Other Verbal Assaults. Converge, Open to All, Art Gallery, Wine & Refreshments. Hosted by Jack Evans & Shawnte Orion. 1229 Grand AV, Phx. (Turn West on McKinley ST, Parking Lot in the Back). (602) 258 0959 info@PROTECTED

SUNDAY Infuse Open Mic 2nd Sundays 6:00pm Phoenix Center for the Arts. FREE Open Mic Poetry Show. Poet Sign-up 5:30pm. Hosted by Lalli. 1202 N 3rd ST, Phx. (Inside the 3rd ST theatre). (602) 254 3100

Friday the 9th is Organic Poetry with Cleopache, as well as the opening of an art show featuring NOMAS AMAYA!! Saturday the 10th is Punk Rock night. First Friday Night Live auditions 1-6pm August 10th and 17th. PLEASE CONTACT LAUREN.N.KARP@PROTECTED TO SCHEDULE YOUR
AUDITION. FFNL Sketch comedy show audition script booklets are available NOW at the Firehouse, so stop by and pick one up. 1015 N 1st ST, Phx.

PRESCOTT August 10: The Far West [] August 29: Victor and Penny [] September 19: AK and Her Kalashnikovs [] 142 N Cortez St, Prescott (602) 717 0009

TUCSON Friday September 6th 7:30pm Live Comedy. Not burnt out, just unplugged! A great night of comedy, no cover charge. In the patio. Creating a space for freedom loving, progressive, socialist, anarchist, communist, free-thinking, environmentalist, civil rights, queer, book loving, human rights, coffee and tea drinking, locavore, animal rights, Spanish speaking, poetry making, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free, immigrant, native, musical, garden planting, angry, loving, peacenik, revolutionary activists in Tucson since 2008. 606 N 4th Ave, Tucson. (520) 620-1770

PUBLIC ART City of Phoenix Public Art Program: Webinars Explore Creating Better Cities Through Public Art. The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and Arizona Commission on the Arts will host a series of webinars about creating better cities and communities through public art. The series, “Creative Placemaking and Public Art,†produced by the Americans for the Arts Public Art Network, will be presented on [ ] Sept. 12 and
26, Oct. 10, Nov. 7 and 20, and Dec. 5, at the Pulliam Auditorium at Burton Barr Central Library: 1221 N. Central Ave, Phx. An eighth webinar, on Oct. 24, will be presented at the Phoenix Art Museum’s Singer Hall: 1625 N. Central Ave, Phx. The series will be free to the public, but attendees are encouraged to reserve seating by completing the online registration form at