Charlie's is a clear staple of the local queer community because it's always been one of the best places to dance, grab a drink, or watch a drag show. Scott and Debbie understand modern architecture and the importance of site planning like no other agents in town, and their knowledge of what's going on with local builders is uncanny and a little scary; they seem to know what's being built before the builders do. Also, the chain does a fine job of promoting itself. It's a cupcake shop! More than a thousand different coupes, muscle cars, roadsters, racers, European models, and other dream machines dating back to the s are available if you just happen to have a six-figure bank account, as final gavel prices frequently go into the hundreds of thousands. An added benefit of going to FORM: Init became Pub Rock Live, but has continued its predecessors' predilection for rock and its many different flavors.
Souther, the Musical Instrument Museum's almost nightly concert series is a great place to catch up with our favorites.
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Now you'll be able to afford a matching bag. Johnjay and Rich are some of the best female-centric radio you'll ever hear, and that the show happens to be local in this age of national syndication is merely icing on the cake. The acoustics are perfect, the seating is comfy, and the lineup of talent is a dream come true for any of us who thought we'd maybe never see our faves perform again. Looking for a spectacular glass palace, a midcentury Ralph Haver, or a cool old bungalow? An added benefit of going to FORM: Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. The Jarsons are your touchstone for what's available and who's offering it for how much, no matter how specific your needs.
Facebook Twitter email Women across the Valley are talking about this morning duo, and it's easy to see why. We're partial to the oversharers. RuPaul's Drag Race cast members and alumni often tear the house down, and Charlie's doesn't charge a cover for these Thursday night shows. Maybe buy a new set of clubs. Concertgoers have made the trek to this 20,person outdoor venue in the West Valley for decades now, dating back to the '90s, when it was known as Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion. More than a thousand different coupes, muscle cars, roadsters, racers, European models, and other dream machines dating back to the s are available if you just happen to have a six-figure bank account, as final gavel prices frequently go into the hundreds of thousands. If it weren't for sheer willpower, we'd all be sitting around on asses the size of Texas, eating bonbons, and frothing at the mouth like Homer Simpson.