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Q&A with ‘Sister Moses’ star Renee Davis

On Jan. 29, Renee Davis takes the stage for the 22nd time as Harriet Tubman in Desert Dance Theatre’s production of “Sister Moses,” a multidisciplinary performance at Chandler Center for the Arts emphasizing Tubman’s famous and heroic life.

‘Dirty Dancing’ ticket giveaway

Coming to ASU Gammage Feb. 17-22, “Dirty Dancing — The Classic Story on Stage” makes for a great Valentine’s Day outing with that special someone. And while it may not star Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey, this stage version of the 1987 film is sure to get your heart pumping thanks to plenty of dancing, lots of romance, and classic tunes including “Hungry Eyes,” “Hey, Baby,” “Do You Love Me,” and, of course, the Grammy Award-winning “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life.” Tickets range from $28.30-$143.80 at ASUGammage.com or you could enter our ticket giveaway for the chance to win a pair of tickets to the Feb. 17 opening night production. To enter, e-mail your name, address and phone number to GetOutAZ@GetOutAZ.com, subject line: DANCING, by midnight Sunday, Feb. 1. Winners will be contacted on Monday, Feb. 2.

Elias stepping down as leader of Boys & Girls Club of the East Valley

It was 1972 and Ramon Elias had just graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in recreation. He was looking for a job like any college kid fresh out of school.

Letter: Muse’s letter full of unsubstantiated claims

I take exception to the Kirk Muse letter (Jan. 18), and his unsubstantiated claims. He stated that there are 2.2 million prisoners because of the “war-on-drugs policies” of the United States. He then claims that the “war” is an excuse to imprison “black and brown people.”