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Beth Surdut: drawn to wildlife

Artist Beth Surdut has always been interested in wildlife. She might have become a naturalist, had she been drawn to science instead of art. Her newest exhibit, “The Art of Paying Attention,” features detailed drawings of the “critters” she encounters around her Tucson home. Beth only recently started doing these intricate drawings. “I was a…

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Tommy Koenig: Connecting with Valley Baby Boomers

A hilarious one-man show is coming to the Herberger Theater Center in February. “Baby Boomer Baby,” written by and starring Tommy Koenig, will run from Feb. 2 through Feb. 26. The show originally started as a fluke in 2011 during a vacation in Mexico, where Tommy was entertaining “expats and hippies” with his 20-plus characterizations…

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Navah Perlman to perform at Mesa Arts Center

When interviewing a Jewish-American artist, bringing up a past occasion that took place in Israel is a potential icebreaker. Happily, I just happened to have one to share with classical pianist Navah Perlman. It occurred at a press conference seven years ago in Tel Aviv. Navah was there to participate in a special concert with…

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