Saturday, April 8, 2017

Forbidden Room Cabaret
When: April 8th, 8-10, doors open at 7:30
Where: 364 N 7th Ave, Phx, American Legion Post #1
Why: A Benefit for the Arizona LGBT+ History Project
Forbidden Room Cabaret to Support Arizona LGBT+ History Project
An Unparalleled Evening of Song, Dance and Intrigue Awaits Daring Audiences
Phoenix, AZ: Daring audiences are cordially invited to enter the Forbidden Room: an evening cabaret featuring music, song, dance, burlesque and maybe a dramatic surprise or two. The event will take place in the historic 1930s social hall at the Luke-Greenway American Legion Post 1, 364 N. 7th Avenue in Phoenix, on Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 8 to 10 PM. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased online

Rooftop BINGO





Free
Where: Rooftop, Clarendon Hotel, 401 W Clarendon Ave
When: Tuesday April 11th,  7-9p
Rooftop BINGO FREE + Prizes = Fun Where: Lounge at Cafe Tranquilo/ The Clarendon Hotel 
Host: Marshall Shore, The Hip Historian
Ball Girl: Jenny Kuller, Redhead Sadie

Arizona Kicks on Route 66


FREE
Where: Verde River Greenway State Park
When: Fri, April 14 at 7p
U.S. Route 66, known as the “Mother Road,” was built in 1926. It ran from Chicago to L. A. During the depression of the 1930s, it became the major path by which people migrated west, seeking work, warm weather and new opportunities. Shore shares the history of Route 66 in Arizona, including the impact it had on the state during its prime, and what happened when the interstate ultimately bypassed some of the towns that drew life from the road. This multi-media presentation includes music, video clips, still photos, and Shore’s storytelling magic.

History Underground: Obscure Anecdotes of Phoenix Events

History Underground: Obscure Anecdotes of Phoenix Events
When: Sunday April 9th 7-8p                                                 
Where: Valley Bar, 130 N Central Ave, Bsmt, Phoenix
HISTORY UNDERGROUND: Hosted by Marshall Shore, The Hipstorian.
"Who is Winnie Ruth Judd?” Her story is the inspiration for the art above the Rose Room Bar. The infamous saga of Winnie Ruth Judd, Arizona’s most notorious murderess will kick off each show. Followed by additional obscure anecdotes of Arizona’s semi-forgotten people, places, and events that have made us what we are today.

Monday, January 9, 2017

Haunted Phoenix Bus Tour


Explore the Spookier Side of Downtown
When: Sat, Feb 18th, 2017, from 1-3
Where: Bus leaves from the Clarendon Hotel at 401 W. Clarendon, Phoenix.
What: A guided bus tour hosted by history raconteur, Marshall Shore, who shares
the hidden history of these sites.
Join Marshall Shore, the unofficial Arizona Hip
Historian for a bus tour of historic graveyards, ruins, and ghostly haunts in
downtown Phoenix. The tour commences at the Clarendon, a boutique hotel with a
wildly checkered past. Once the scene of the infamous Don Bolles murder, the hotel

Winnie Ruth Judd: Arizona's Most Infamous Murderess


Tickets

When: Saturday, Feb 18th, 2017, from 3 - 5 pm
Where: Bus leaves from the Clarendon Hotel at 401 W. Clarendon, Phoenix.

What: A guided bus tour hosted by history raconteur, Marshall Shore, who shares the hidden history of these sites.Bus Tour Follows the Footsteps of Infamous Winnie Ruth Judd and the Phoenix Trunk Murders
Marshall Shore steeps himself in the history of Phoenix that others might overlook: the cultural anomalies, the fads, the dreamers, the artists and the eccentrics that provide a unique window into our city’s past. One such character was the infamous Phoenix trunk murderer, Winnie Ruth Judd.

Post-World War II Growth in Arizona

Marshall Shore talked about what led to the population boom in Phoenix, Arizona, and surrounding towns such as Tempe following World War II.

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