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Desert Foothills Theater promotes innovation, integrity and diversity

From Humble Beginnings By Laura Stoddard At the intersection of Cave Creek and Scottsdale roads 43 years ago, there was one thing: dirt. Cave Creek was just a small, close-knit community, slowly unfurling its petals at...

Chilis, Greeks, and Garlic: It’s the Weekend of Festivals

By Tuesday Mahrle A Greek Festival, Puppy Festival, Garlic Festival and more - it's the mother of all festival weekends. See what your stomach can handle at the Chile Pepper Festival or join in on...

Hedwig, Janet, and some Jokers this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle Do you feel like traveling but don't have the funds? Visit Brazil without the flight at The 8th Annual Brazilian Day Arizona Festival. Try all of the best beers Arizona has to offer...

A ‘Native Heart:’ Roger Clyne’s heart is in the Grand Canyon State

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Roger Clyne and P.H. Naffah of the Peacemakers walk into the all-white room in Phoenix’s Parkwood Studios, prepared for a cover shoot. Clyne adjusts his trademark floppy hat in a nearby mirror,...

This weekend: Tacos and guacamole, rosé and murder

By Tuesday Mahrle Your high school reunion has been been hijacked by a murderer! Well, it will be if you visit the Arizona Science Center on Friday. Or maybe you want to indulge on some chocolate,...

The dog days of summer call for trendy libations

By Alison Bailin Batz The temperatures are slowing inching downward, but it’s still hot, as we know. This kind of weather calls for extra cool cocktails. Here are the hottest of cool drinks to try. NOOK...

From Christian Rock, to Nickelback, to Symphony Pop, it’s the Weekend of Music

By Tuesday Mahrle Music takes center stage this weekend with over six concerts highlighted on our list. Not into music? We have bats, movies, and Super Heros. Whatever you choose to do, have fun and...

This Holiday Weekend: ‘Let it go’ with some laughs and a trip to India

By Tuesday Mahrle Don’t stay cooped up indoors on this wonderful holiday. Check out some hogs in Mesa, grub on some amazing food, or Experience India without leaving the city. Read on to see where...

Appetites Wanted: Phoenix Cooks celebrates food and the Special Olympics

By Alison Bailin Batz Now in its 13th year, Phoenix Cooks has cemented itself as one of the signature culinary events of the summer. Hosted by iHeartMedia, the foodie event brings together chefs from more...

This weekend: lasers & liquor, home-grown Dierks Bentley, and desert walks

By Tuesday Mahrle Whether you want to sing with lasers, take tours of our beautiful deserts, check out some local singers you have gone national, or shop 'till you drop, we've got it all available...

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