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The Strange Reason John McCain Refused to Take Direct Flights From Phoenix to D.C. for 30 Years

When federal restrictions prevented airlines from flying directly between Washington, D.C. and any city more than 1,250 miles away, Sen. John McCain took a stand on behalf of his adoptive hometown of Phoenix.

The federal perimeter rule required that all flights to and from Reagan National Airport must be shorter than 1,250 miles, and in 1999, the six-term senator led an effort to repeal it, hoping this would improve business for Phoenix-based airline America West and benefit Arizona in general, according to Travel + Leisure. The flight between Phoenix and Washington, D.C. is 1,979 miles.

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The Vietnam vet’s bill failed, but it did encourage Congress to start making “beyond-perimeter exemptions.” Starting in 2000, America West began service from Reagan National Airport to Phoenix, USA Today reports, but McCain never boarded the flight.

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Some opponents of the senator suggested McCain’s efforts to eliminate the rule were to shorten his commute, not to benefit the people of Arizona, something he felt he couldn’t stand for.

“To John, that was such an abhorrent thing to be accused of, he just took it off the table and said, ‘OK, I won’t fly it,”’ American Airlines CEO Doug Parker, then the CEO of America West, told USA Today. “I don’t think any other member would make that statement.”

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McCain’s stubbornness once got in the way of his professional commitments, Parker shared. The late senator was flying to an event where he was slated to introduce then-President George W. Bush, but his connecting flight was canceled.

The man who would stand in for him, another Arizona Republican, had taken the direct flight.

“He wouldn’t take the nonstop even to get to an event on time,” Parker said.

Sen. Jeff Flake, also a Republic from Arizona, backed up Parker’s story about McCain’s commitment, as well. Flake began his career in Washington, D.C, in 2001, it wasn’t until “years and years” later that McCain finally took the direct flight.

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Flake remembers that when he decided to make the switch, he said, “I’ve done my penance, I guess.”

Parker said that one of the first times Sen. McCain used the direct flight was to arrive home in time to see one of his seven children graduate. When there wasn’t any controversy afterward, Parker recalled McCain thought, “OK, no one seems to care. I think the statute of limitations has run out.”

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Sen. McCain died on Saturday at age 81, one day after his family announced that he would be stopping treatment for his stage-four brain cancer. He was diagnosed in July 2017.

“Last summer, Senator John McCain shared with Americans the news our family already knew: he had been diagnosed with an aggressive glioblastoma, and the prognosis was serious,” the family’s statement said. “In the year since, John has surpassed expectations for his survival. But the progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict. With his usual strength of will, he has now chosen to discontinue medical treatment.”

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Sen. McCain will be laid to rest on Saturday at the U.S. Naval Academy Cemetery in Annapolis, Maryland, with a private service at the National Cathedral beforehand. On Friday, there will be a public viewing in the United States Capitol before a procession from to the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial.

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Marvel Comics Reveals Phoenix Variant Covers

Marvel is celebrating adult Jean Grey’s return to comics with a Phoenix variant cover program.

Variant covers from acclaimed artists such as Jen Bartel, Kris Anka, David Nakayama, RB Silva and Elizabeth Torque will be released all throughout December for new comics like Amazing Spider-Man #792 and Black Panther #168.

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Here’s the full list of new comics that are part of the celebration:

  • ALL NEW WOLVERINE #28 by Jen Bartel
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The Work of James Galanos Focus of a New Exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum

HIS TIME IN THE SUN: Ten months after his death, James Galanos will be the subject of a new exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum.
For more than 50 years, the designer amassed a clientele that included Duchess of Windsor, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Grace Kelly, Rosalind Russell and Diana Ross. The designer died last fall at 92.
Born to parents who had come to Philadelphia from Greece, Galanos pitched in with his three sisters at his parents’ restaurant. After that service-oriented start, Galanos moved to New York following high school hoping to enroll in a fashion school led by Russian stage designer and costumer Barbara Karinska. Due to a delayed opening, he scrapped that plan to take classes at the Traphagen School of Fashion. Eight months later Galanos decided more hands-on experience was needed.
He officially entered the world of fashion by way of Hattie Carnegie in New York working as an assistant. The several years that followed led to posts like assisting Robert Piguet in Paris and later working as a part-time sketch artist in Columbia Pictures’ costume department under the guidance of Jean Louis. The way Galanos told it, the hiring was “out of pity,” although understatement

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Dazzler Will Appear in X-Men: Dark Phoenix

20th Century Fox’s upcoming X-Men film Dark Phoenix will feature an appearance by Dazzler.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the light-manipulating mutant—who’s a trained singer, dancer and actress—will appear in a minor role.

Jean Grey actress Sophie Turner confirmed the existence of Dazzler in the X-Men film universe last year. Turner shared a photo of a delete scene from X-Men: Apocalypse that shows her and Tye Sheridan’s Scott Summers in a record store looking at Dazzler album.

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Dark Phoenix Film Officially Happening, Releasing in 2018

2018 will be a major release year for the X-Men film universe, as 20th Century Fox has dated three mutant movies for next year.

IGN can confirm that the New Mutants film will be released in theaters on April 13, 2018. Fox will then debut Deadpool 2, which recently had Josh Brolin cast as Cable, on June 1, 2018. Finally, the third and final X-Men film of the year, Dark Phoenix, will be released on November 2, 2018.

The dating of Dark Phoenix confirms earlier reports that suggested the next upcoming X-Men film, reportedly first known as X-Men: Supernova, would revisit the Jean Grey/Phoenix saga, with Game of Thrones actress Sophie Turner returning to her role as Grey following 2016’s X-Men: Apocalypse. Turner recently discussed when the next X-Men film might start shooting.

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After 40 or so minutes of teasing hints that its makers may have hit upon a fresh approach to found-footage thrillers, “Phoenix Forgotten” indicates the genre may be having its last gasp on life support as the movie devolves into yet another threadbare patchwork of mounting hysteria, faux cinéma vérité, and shaky-cam visual clichés. Things… Read more »



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Phoenix Forgotten Opens Friday, Apr 21, 2017

A young woman investigates the disappearance of her brother and his two companions in the Arizona desert. Her quest for answers leads her down a strange path that suggests the “Phoenix Lights” are somehow directly related to her missing sibling.

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Phoenix Art Museum Unveils ‘Yeohlee|Serra’ Exhibition, Combining Fashion and Art

UNDER THE DESERT SUN: The Yeohlee Teng designs that are now on view in the Phoenix Art Museum’s “Yeohlee|Serra” exhibition were a long time coming.
Curator Dennita Sewell first saw Yeohlee’s pieces, when she was a collections manager at The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. “She saw them there and I guess they stayed with her for a very long time.” Teng said. “That was in 1995 and the pieces were from spring of 1992.”
Sewell said, “I was there when they were donated and I just always remembered how striking they were. You can imagine in that environment where there are so many great things, and they made such an impression on me — the graphic nature [of the pieces], the originality. I believe she came in and talked about the zero waste [principle] and how they had been sewed from seven meters.”
The compact exhibition juxtaposes Teng’s ivory and black designs opposite Richard Serra’s oil-stick paintings. The artist is known to heat black paint stick sometimes to a fluid state to create elemental forms. But Teng noted, “Both bodies of work happened independently of each other. They just happened in the same time frame but in different disciplines.”
Another curator, Susan Sidlauskas,

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Phoenix Suns Comfy Feet Baby / Infant Slippers

Phoenix Suns Comfy Feet Baby / Infant Slippers

These extremely cute officially licensed NBA Phoenix Suns baby slippers are a perfect gift for your newborn or someone else’s. The baby slippers come packaged with a cord to hang them (possibly on your rear-view mirror like fuzzy dice) after your baby has outgrown them. One Size : Fits infant to 9 months.
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Stuck Outside of Phoenix

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Josh “Hote” Hotle, twenty-one-year-old bass player, wants to get the hell out of Phoenix. It’s 1990, one year before Seattle’s grunge music scene breaks nationwide, and Hote longs to escape to the rainy Northwest. His car is packed with all of his things, he is ready to go. One easy right turn onto the freeway and Hote’s a free man. But a funny thing happens on the way out of town.

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Joaquin Phoenix Admits Engagement Was A Hoax

For Joaquin Phoenix, all the world truly is a stage.

The “Inherent Vice” actor is known for his infamous 2009 “Late Show” appearance, in which he performed a bizarre form of method acting during his interview with David Letterman. He later revealed that it was all an act to promote his “I’m Not Here” mockumentary. But now Phoenix has done it again, and he pranked the Internet this time.

On Monday night, Phoenix appeared on the “Late Show” and told a crazy story about an intense yoga instructor, who he later revealed to be his fiancée. “I think she’s the one,” Phoenix told Letterman rather convincingly. “I proposed to her, and she said yes.” On Tuesday morning, numerous media outlets began reporting that the actor was engaged and offering him congratulations.

When Phoenix appeared on “Good Morning America” on Tuesday, however, he admitted that the whole story was made up. “I think my life is so boring and it seemed like something exciting to talk about,” Phoenix said.

But Phoenix doesn’t view his made up story as a “prank” necessarily. While appearing on “Live! With Kelly and Michael” shortly after he told them that Letterman wasn’t fooled. “I did not play a prank on him — he knew that I was joking around,” Phoenix said. When asked about his “Walk the Line” and “Inherent Vice” co-star Reese Witherspoon, the actor joked that they are engaged as well. This man really cannot be trusted (but we love his hoaxes anyway).
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