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Day of the Dead

Top Five Day of the Dead Celebrations

By Carson Mlnarik The Mexican tradition of Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, takes the fun of Halloween to a deeper level. Families and friends come together to celebrate in remembrance of...
free events

Local food, diversity, and nature this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle We don't know about you, but it's not payday tomorrow around here. So, we made more than half of our must-attend events this weekend completely free. Don't miss anything fun this weekend...

The Ultimate Guide to Phoenix’s Lost Lake Festival

By Nicole Hernandez Lost Lake Festival’s inaugural event is being held at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix from October 20 to 22. Lost Lake Festival creators worked with cultural leaders in Phoenix to put...
The Black Theatre Troupe, Seven Guitars

The Black Theatre Troupe completing ‘Pittsburgh Cycle’

20 Years in the Making The Black Theatre Troupe - By Catherine Hathaway The Black Theatre Troupe kicks off performances of Seven Guitars this month, completing a 20-year journey to perform August Wilson’s 10-play Pittsburgh Cycle. Very...
Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields glows this Halloween

By Joe Gilmore Hot air balloons will fill the Scottsdale night sky at Salt River Fields when the Balloon Spooktacular returns to the Spring Training ballpark for the seventh year Friday, October 27, and Saturday,...
This Weekend

This Weekend: Visit Greece and Eat Tacos

By Tuesday Mahrle It's that time again! We are so close to the weekend. Do you have any plans yet? Whether you're already celebrating Halloween or still in Oktoberfest mode, we have something for everyone this...

A Taste of Germany: Four Peaks Oktoberfest returns to Tempe Town Lake

By Connor Dziawura Beer, brats, Bavaria. Throw in some good music, quality family time and all-ages fun, and that’s what Oktoberfest is about. Tempe Sister Cities and Four Peaks are reuniting to bring the Four Peaks...

Ryan Sims celebrates sobriety and Americana on new album

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Ryan Sims twirls his e-cigarette between his fingers in the Los Angeles studio of his producer, Justin Gray, as the Canadian-born knob-turner does his magic. Gray rocks back and forth as he adds...

This weekend: Grab a train, meet dinos, and eat unlimited bacon

By Tuesday Mahrle This being the first week of October means several of our events are the opening weekend for long-running festivities. The most popular of those being the Arizona State Fair. While some these...

Torey Lovullo talks injuries and adrenaline

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Arizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo feels “very comfortable” that Ketel Marte, David Peralta and Rey Fuentes will be ready to play this week despite recent injuries. The skipper gave updates on the players...

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