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TUESDAY - MARCH 13
P A I N T: Music Art Spoken _Expression



Come relax to an evening of expression through Spoken Word Conscience. Experience those who take their thoughts, feelings and minds and express them to Poetic Flows, Lyrics and Words. Downtempo grooves of Acid Jazz, Brazilian and Afro-beats bring the evening to a grooven vibe all night. Walk through the gallery as artists create and paint their way to the minds and walls of The Paper Heart.

Hosted by: Weekly Guest

Music by: DJ Seduce
Resident Artists: Sabrina Peros, Atome Thomas, Colton Brock and JJ Horner

Starts at 8:00pm - $5.00

For more info, pix and guest log onto
http://www.myspace.com/paintfusion
and/or
Group URL:
http://groups.myspace.com/painttuesdays
dj_seduce@yahoo.com







SPONSORED BY:



$1.00 off drink special on all Sam Adams beers every Tuesday.

WEDNESDAY - MARCH 14
STARTING AT 7PM
Open House for the new home base of No Festival Required Microcinema and a meeting of the East Valley Indie Film Club.
Beer/Wine and food available for purchase. Short film discussion led by Steve Weiss and Leslie Barton.
No Festival Required is showing more independent films all over the Valley than probably anyone else. Check out their website:
http://www.nofestivalrequired.com

After over 4 and a half years at Modified Arts, No Festival Required has moved its downtown screening venue to The Paper Heart, where
successful screenings by the Midnight Movie Mamacita, Film Nuit and "Never Been Thawed" point to a strong film following. While
continuing to work with Modified Arts on music-themed programming, The Paper Heart will add No Festival required Microcinema to its
filmic events starting March 15 with the screening of New York experimental filmmaker Mark Street's "Rockaway", and April 1st with
No Festival Required Part 42!

To celebrate, The Paper Heart and No Festival Required has invited the East Valley Indie Film Club and all others to see the space,
learn about upcoming shows and find out how No Festival Required encourages "thoughtful and provocative films" from truly independent filmmakers.

At 8 pm, speakers Steve Weiss and Leslie Barton, co-conspirators of the almost monthly "No Festival Required" (NFR) Short Films and
Video show, will screen a few shorts and explain what they look for when considering the films they will show. There will be Beer/Wine
and food available for purchase at the Paper Heart - a venue which is quickly becoming the place to go for viewing new talent in a
number of areas - not the least of which being Independent Filmmakers. In addition, there will be a free showing of a new
Independent film and you can go to this link http://www.freedomtofascism.com/ to find out more about it.

Here are some articles on NFR you might want to check out.
Voted "Best Microcinema" by New Times Best of Phoenix 2004!
http://bestof.phoenixnewtimes.com/bestof/award.php?oid=oid:26452§ion=oid:24271&year=2004
Voted "Best Way to Spend First Sunday" by New Times Best of Phoenix
2006!
http://bestof.phoenixnewtimes.com/bestof/award.php?oid=oid:26452§ion=oid:24271&year=2004
STARTING AT 930PM
Subversive Film Series
presents

Want to see how our great-grandparents were sold into slavery in the early 1900's? Want to learn the truth about income taxes and the true source of government control over the American public? Join us on Wednesday, March 14th for a screening of a very special film.

America: Freedom to Fascism

(taken from the film's website -
http://www.freedomtofascism.com
)

Determined to find the law that requires Americans to pay income tax, Aaron Russo (THE ROSE, TRADING PLACES) sets out on a journey. Neither left- nor right-wing, this startling examination exposes the systematic erosion of civil liberties in America. Through interviews with US Congressmen, a former IRS Commissioner, former IRS and FBI agents, tax attorneys and authors, Russo connects the dots between money creation, federal income tax, voter fraud, the national identity card (becoming law in May 2008) and the implementation of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to track citizens. A striking case about the evolving police state in America.

Film will start @ 9:30 pm
Open discussion following films
Admission is Free!

Full coffee bar and food available from Counter Culture Cafe.

THURSDAY - MARCH 15
ROCKAWAY THE MOVIE
A meandering study of three high school girlfriends who live on the thin strip of land east of Manhattan and a stone’s throw from Kennedy Airport. The film follows Kelly, Merida and Juanita on their last night of high school. Most of the film is improvised dialogue. It’s an avant garde film, in the way of a story arc or conflict. Rockaway shows the last vestige of a fleeting adolescence caught between suburb and city.
By filmmaker Mark Street.
8pm $6

FRIDAY - MARCH 16
SPOO - http://www.myspace.com/spoomusic
Sounds like Aphex Twin meets Brian Eno, or Portishead meets Chemical Brothers, or Bach meets George Clinton.

ABOUT -
http://www.myspace.com/aboutabout
On Cock Rock Disco, and from the city of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [If only more groups could so skillfully unleash the hidden rock-out potential of the laptop.] Pitchfork Media (USA), July 2006

Ancient Plague Mummy Massacre Incarnate Osiris -
http://myspace.com/ancientplague
Phil from IHYWYP, fakes us out with a fantastic 2-piece. New songs, same amount of love.

TOKYO BLOODWORM

DIRTY HASSELHOFF

8pm $8

SATURDAY - MARCH 17
Comedy Improv with Galapagos - http://www.myspace.com/galapagos
from 8 - 930pm

The Phoenix Neutrino Project

What is the Neutrino Project?
It is a movie.
It is an improv performance.
It is coming to Phoenix.


We take a load of local artists, get them all together, put a whole bunch of equipment in their hands, place them in front of an audience, turn them loose on the streets of Phoenix and then blammo!

As quick as you can watch it they film, score and produce an hour long movie right before your pretty little eyes.

It's a movie.
It's improv.
It's The Neutrino Project.


The Neutrino Project started in New York in 1999 and has spread across the nation. The newest addition to the Neutrino Nation is The Phoenix Neutrino Project.

http://www.phoenixneutrino.com



Starting at 930pm
Ron and Ryan from Modest Proposal Magazine - http://www.mpempire.com

with special guests every 3rd Saturday.

$7.00 at the door. Doors open at 7pm





MARCH EVENT


Modest Proposal Presents . . .

THE ST. PATTY’S DRINKING (AND COMEDY) SHOW

Everybody likes drinking on St. Patrick’s Day, but it gets boring after five or six hours. Why not make drinking into a game?! One that everyone can play! And one were everyone wins, no matter how much of loser you are!

The premise is simple: five standup comedians will be performing hilarious 15 minute sets. When they tell a joke and get a laugh, the audience has to drink. If they tell a joke and don’t get a laugh, the comic has to drink.

Ron Babcock and Ryan McKee will be headlining the show. Founders of Modest Proposal Magazine, they have worked with such big names comics as David Cross, Patton Oswalt, Darrell Hammond, and Nick Swardson. They were featured on the recent Last Comic Standing and can be seen in commercials for the Game Show Network.

The show will also feature three of the best up-and-coming comics Los Angeles has to offer: Sean Patton (by way of New Orleans), Paul Jay (by way of Iowa), and Shawn Pearlman (by way of Berkeley). They perform regularly as such venues as: The Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theatre, and they all drink like fish (besides Pearlman who is young and weighs 100 pounds). Most importantly the show will feature $1.50 Miller High Life (a good ole, cheap Irish beer that you can drink all night).

ST. PATTY’S DRINKING (AND COMEDY) SHOW appears one-night only on MARCH 17th, 2006 at 9:30 pm at The Paper Heart, 750 NW Grand Ave. All ages are welcome. Beer and wine bar with ID. Admission is only $7 at the door. For more information call Ryan McKee at 480-540-4049 or email him at ryan@mpempire.com

http://www.mpempire.com

SUNDAY - MARCH 18



Like to chill out on Sundays? So do we. End your weekend in a leisurely manner at HeadSpace, featuring the Audio Navigators of Overmmind Works play relaxing and rejuvenating downtempo/dub/ambient sounds for you to wrap your head around. With coffee, tea, and other delicious food and refreshments on hand from Counter Culture Cafe, this event provides the perfect atmosphere for recovering from the night before or relaxing on your Sunday afternoon and preparing for the week ahead.





Also check out this link to our website:
http://overmindworks.com/headspace.html

Hosted by Counter Culture Cafe

FREE 2:00pm - 6:00pm
FREE WI-FI
STARTING AT 8PM
THE SHE HE HE'S - http://www.myspace.com/theshehehes
On their Kiss A Chongo Tour. What's a chongo? Maybe a butt? Either way it's a rollicking good surf/punk time.

THE LIMIT CLUB -
http://www.myspace.com/thelimitclub
It's psyko graveyard with bones for heads. That doesn't make sense!

MUD -
http://www.myspace.com/mudtheband
Female punk/ska from San Francisco.

SNOEL -
http://www.myspace.com/ssnnooeell
Reminds you of a Mintos Commercial or Campbells soup jingle.

8pm $7

MONDAY - MARCH 19
DIRTY ON PURPOSE - http://www.dirtyonpurpose.com
Shoegazer dreamy with distorted washes and delicate harmonies. With four songwriters and three main vocalists the music is wholly original. From Brooklyn, NY and on the tiny, but brilliant NorthStreet Records.

THE BESNARD LAKES -
http://www.thebesnardlakes.com
Latest jingla jangla straight outta Quebec, Canada.

JESSIE DELUXE - http://www.myspace.com/jessiedeluxe
A more indie PJ Harvey.

SASQUATCH - http://www.myspace.com/sasquatchrocks
Earthier and with bigger metal rock feet. A true story ya know.

8pm $7

FOR FUTURE BOOKING, PLEASE REFER ALL REQUESTS TO;
Leslie Barton at lesliebarton1031@msn.com
THESE EVENTS AND MORE CAN BE FOUND AT: http://thepaperheart.com/cgi-bin/calendar.pl
THE PAPER HEART ARTS VENUE
750 NW Grand Ave.
Downtown Phoenix
6 0 2 . 2 6 2 . 2 0 2 0
Sunday thru Saturday 3pm - Close
"Be who YOU are and say what YOU feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind" - Theodor S. Geisel aka Dr. Seuss


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