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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...

Wonder Woman drives into University of Phoenix Stadium

By Daisy Finch Linsey Read is, indeed, a Wonder Woman. The Monster Jam driver helms the Wonder Woman truck, a tribute to the DC Comics and Warner Bros. namesake hero. She is bringing it to the...

Blaine Long recalls ‘Voice’ stint on warm, new album

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Ahwatukee singer-songwriter Blaine Long finds it easy to write songs. He simply pens them and puts them aside, with the hopes that they will end up on a record. It’s served him well....

D-backs announce Wild Card festivities

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Arizona Diamondbacks are encouraging fans to arrive early on Wednesday, October 4, and enjoy a street festival starting at 3 p.m. along Fourth Street and Jackson prior to the Wild Card...

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,...

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