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Art of Chocolate A’fair

Art of Chocolate A’fair moves to Gilbert

By Lynette Carrington    Gilbert residents and lovers of chocolate will be able to indulge Friday, February 2, to Sunday, February 4 now that the Art of Chocolate A’fair has moved from Carefree to Gilbert. “Frankly, we...
Waste Management Phoenix Open

Green Giant: The ‘Greatest Show on Grass’ treads new turf

By Greg Macafee The Grand Canyon isn’t the only famous hole in Arizona. Every winter, a certain hole in Scottsdale gets surrounded by tens of thousands of screaming people who drink beer and loudly boo...
Barrett-Jackson

How Craig Jackson’s lifelong love for vintage autos led to the largest collector car...

Craig Jackson was still coming off a high from the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in Las Vegas last October when the press releases started rolling out in November for the Barrett-Jackson 47th annual Scottsdale...
Zoppè Family Circus

Giovanni Zoppé rejuvenates his circus with new ringmaster, trapeze act

Zoppè Family Circus By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   A sixth-generation circus performer, Giovanni Zoppé is a fan of mixing up his show each year. The 2017 Zoppé: A Italian Family Circus show, which comes to the Chandler Center...
The Maine

He Must Be Dreaming: The Maine’s John O’Callaghan has nightmares about local shows

The Maine’s John O’Callaghan looks down and runs his hand through his hair. “I had a really bizarre dream about playing a hometown show last night,” O’Callaghan says at SanTan Brewing Company in Chandler. “I’ve...
holiday runs

Top 5 Holiday Races in December

Holiday Races By Megan Marples When the holidays roll around, family and friends come together to celebrate—and eat. Is it a coincidence that there are plenty of 5Ks around? These holiday runs are the perfect way...
Phoenix Pizza Festival

Phoenix Pizza Festival delivers for the third year

Pizza in Phoenix By Catherine Hathaway Crisp autumn air, craft beer, local music and a warm slice of pizza will continue to lure Valley residents to Margaret T. Hance Park for the Phoenix Pizza Festival on...
Holiday light displays

Holiday light displays across the Valley

Holiday light displays  By Carson Mlnarik Phoenix won’t exactly see a White Christmas, but there are plenty of opportunities to get into the holiday spirit with light displays. So, grab your loved ones, hot cider and...

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...

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...

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