Author Archive: Craig Baker

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The Chemistry of Love & Lust

The Chemistry of Love & Lust

February 2, 2014 |

It all starts with eye contact. Maybe you see each other from across the room at a bar or an office party. There is a tingling in your extremities, a fluttery feeling in your stomach. Your heart beat quickens, your blood pressure rises as you move toward one another and everything else around you disappears. […]

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Eat Your Hearts Out, Art Lovers!

Eat Your Hearts Out, Art Lovers!

January 10, 2014 |

Tucson Arts Brigade’s Edible Art Gala features culinary art & more on Jan. 18. It should be no great revelation to anyone that, as human beings, we need a few things beyond food, water and shelter to thrive. We need a general knowledge base and special skills to make and manage goods, homes, and businesses. […]

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Skrappy’s Reopens with a New Face & Name

Skrappy’s Reopens with a New Face & Name

December 30, 2013 |

Throughout the month of December, a handful of volunteer do-gooders were hard at work gutting out the building formerly known as Skrappy’s in the Warehouse Arts District on Toole Avenue. The place was more or less in ruins, says Tom Collins, Executive Director of City on a Hill (COAH)—the Christian outreach non-profit that took over […]

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Abstract Film Bursts onto the Downtown Art Scene

Abstract Film Bursts onto the Downtown Art Scene

November 25, 2013 |

When David Sherman and his wife Rebecca Barten ran their first microcinema in the San Francisco area—really, the first microcinema in existence anywhere – it was in an unattached basement adjacent to the home they were renting. “People could go in without having to go through our house,” says Sherman, “but they did all have […]

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