Friday, July 21, 2017

Best Bespectacled Phoenix Celebrity

Thanks Phoenix Magazine for including Marshall Shore in the the '17 Best of the Valley.

Highlighting the the Winnie Ruth Judd Tours, my love of the weird, wonderful and wacky that gives Arizona it's sense of self.

Also, recognizing my eyewear fetish and attention to detail of looking fabulous, in my own way!

Friday, July 7, 2017

TEDx Fashion

TEDxFountainHills (TEDxFH) will host TEDxFHSalon Fashion a  TEDxFHAdventure on July 16, 2017. This exciting event, part seminar, part workshop and fashion adventure - will gather future visionaries, fashionistas, thinkers, (investors) and educators to discuss their ideas and dialog with the community about ‘Wearing Your Heart on a Light String’ and other ideas worth sharing on the edge of fashion technology.
Key event speakers will include: Heather Kirk - The Weaves of Light and Life, Moheeb Zara -The Lost Art of Time in Fashion, Dustin Hoyman - Becoming a Fashion Insider - A Rocker’s Tale, Lisa Takata - Cultural Design in Native American Sheep Herding Traditions, Cody Matthieus - Wearing Your Heart on a Light String, and Sherri Barry -A Fashion Entrepreneur’s Dream Come True.
Sunday, July 16, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM at F.A.B.R.I.C., 132 E. 6th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281.
Tickets are $25 for Pre-Sale, $35 General Admission. Pre-Sale tickets will go fast.
Refreshments included
Coming soon the Tour Schedule for July 16. Get excited! You never know who might be your F.A.B.R.I.C. Tour Guide. All highly sought after and professionally trained guides by your own @HipHistorian Marshall Shore, Adventure Leader , Curator Extraordinaire, #TEDxFH.

History Underground: Obscure Anecdotes of Phoenix Events - July

When: Sunday, July 16th @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.

Arizona Kicks on Route 66 in Prescott Valley

Free - Friday, July 14, 2017
3:00 PM
Prescott Valley Public Library
7401 E. Civic Circle , Prescott Valley, AZ 
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. Made possible with support from the AZ Humanities.