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Where to Easter Brunch: Options For Every Shape, Size, Taste Bud

By Carson Mlnarik Finding the right spot for Easter brunch is important, thankfully Phoenix has a fit for every taste, with family options, elegant affairs and mostly important, many, many mimosa choices on every menu. The...

Top 5 Places to Watch a Valley Sunset

By Susanna Eckstein Phoenix has the most beautiful sunsets in the country. But what’s a beautiful sunset without a beautiful place to watch it? We’ve compiled a list of the top places in the Valley...

Magic with a Message: Ivan Amodei puts a psychological twist on traditional illusions

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Ivan Amodei prides himself on being a “different” sort of illusionist. It’s interactive, without awkward pauses, and the setting is dramatic. Set on the dark and deserted streets of Paris, Amodei’s show is...

Start Your Engines: Valley Car Shows Will Get Your Motor Running

By Walter Penate The Valley is known to host multiple car shows throughout the year. It’s a way to provide the public with a chance to see what’s new and upcoming in the automotive engineering...

Cool off with the Top Five Valley Shakes

By Shayna Stephens With temperatures on the rise, it helps to grab a cool treat. Ice cream can do the trick, but it can get messy. A shake is the best of both worlds -...

Splash into Summer Top pool parties in the Valley

By Olivia Munson Spring has sprung, and summer is just around the corner. It will only be a matter of days before Arizona weather reaches triple-digits. But have no fear! We have a list of...

Louisiana Proud

Joshua Strickland: From Bourbon Street to the battlefield to The Bayou Bandits By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, The Entertainer! New Orleans is where truth, fate and voodoo all intersect. A native of Livingston Parish in southern Louisiana, Joshua Strickland...

The Listening Room Musicians say the Phoenix venue is a hidden gem

Christina Fuoco-Karasinski >> The Entertainer! Jared Kolesar takes the stage at The Listening Room Phoenix and is taken aback by the silence. “Why is everyone so quiet,” he says with a laugh, as he wrestles with...

An Oasis in the Desert

Historic Castle Hot Springs resort is ready for its grand comeback Sherry Jackson >> The Entertainer! In the early 1900s, Castle Hot Springs, located north of Phoenix, was a luxury retreat in the desert southwest. An...

Art, music and food intersect at Paz Cantina

By Shayna Stephens Roosevelt Row is known for its artistic free-spirited culture, and the eatery, Paz Cantina, fits right in, according to assistant general manager Andrew Fischer. “It’s just a really cool place to be,” Fischer...

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