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Phoenix Taco » 2010 » November

Jayme Lemperle’s Pen Dabblings

Jayme Lemperle lives in New York where he posts his drawings to a tumblr, which you can check out right here. He used to live in Phoenix so I thought I would give him some love, not mention so you all could be exposed to his fun-filled, humorous artwork. Plus, a drawing of his was just featured in an article on Vice Magazine‘s website!

Human History ~ 7th & McDowell

“Few will have the greatness to bend History itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events . . . it is from numberless acts of courage and belief and human history is shaped.”

Check out the entire mural after the jump . . .


Children’s Bookshelf ~ Central

7th St. and McDowell

Check out the rest after the jump . . .


BOYISH Promo Video

Here’s the promo for BOYISH, an AZ skate video that is due to release early 2011.

Roadside Inspiration ~ Central

7th St. & McDowell

Eastside Records closing down

Sad, sad news, folks. Eastside Records, the king of vinyl shops in Tempe is staying open through the holiday season, but come December 31st, will be closing shop. The store first opened in 1987. Check an in depth article about it here.

Compost Bin Painting Party

“Seed bombs not greed bombs!”

Chet Lawton and Kento decorating compost bins for ASU’s School of Sustainability.


Awareness Yoga ~ University & Roosevelt St.

Awareness Yoga
610 W. 10th Pl
Tempe, AZ 85281

Kimber Lanning on “Buying Yourself Broke”

Last month, Kimber Lanning, founder of Local First AZ, spoke at Ignite Phoenix about the importance of shopping locally.  Watch and learn how every time you buy overpriced, burnt coffee from Starfucks, or “USDA certified” organic veggies from Whole Foods, you’re voluntarily damaging your community and dragging on the recession in our state.

TAF ~ Tempe

University & Hardy