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Beer N’ Bones

The Arizona Museum of Natural History pairs suds and science for Beer N’ Bones

By Nicole Hehl   Raise a pint with a paleontologist and sip a stout beneath a stegosaurus at the Arizona Museum of Natural History’s Beer N’ Bones event on April 13. The museum opens its doors...
Scottsdale Culinary Fest

Quick Guide to Scottsdale Culinary Fest

By Niki D’Andrea   Two days. More than 20 bands. More than 34 vendors. With numbers like that, it can be hard to whittle down what to do and eat at the upcoming Scottsdale Culinary Festival....
Phoenix Film Festival

The Phoenix Film Festival returns for its 18th year

By Tuesday Mahrle Calling all movie fans! The 18th annual Phoenix Film Festival returns from Thursday, April 5 to Sunday April 15th. Since its inception, the festival has exceeded attendance records every year. The 2017...
VIZIN

5 questions with VIZIN, “The Mariah Carey of Drag”

Meet VIZIN, the gender-fluid drag queen who lost 200 pounds, moved to Hollywood from a North Dakota reservation and beat Taylor Swift on the dance charts. With a three-octave voice, VIZIN, who was also...
Pop Art Pets

Phoenix Pet Expo to feature Pop Art Pets

By Leisah Woldoff One year while trying to think of a unique holiday gift for her sister, Scottsdale artist Deena Goldstein took photos of her sister’s dog, transformed them into pop art and compiled...
Helio Basin

Spring Equinox Dinner blooms at Helio Basin on March 26

By Niki D’Andrea What does the desert taste like? What would it taste like with beer? The answers are found at Helio Basin Brewing Co., where every spring and fall, Chef Tamara Stanger cooks a four-course...
Great American Barbecue and Beer Festival

Barbecue, cold beer and country music heat up Chandler

By Sherry Jackson   Ice cold beer, smoked meat and great music will dominate downtown Chandler on Saturday, March 24, during the ninth annual Great American Barbecue and Beer Festival. More than 40 barbecue pitmasters from around...
Beau MacMillan

Chef Beau MacMillan dishes on his menus at Innings Festival

By Niki D’Andrea   Chef Beau MacMillan’s energy rivals that of any excited baseball commentator. When he calls to talk about the food programming he has in store for the Innings Festival at Tempe Beach Park...
VegOut!

VegOut! brings beer and food to the Scottsdale Waterfront

By Melody Birkett A vegan for six years, Clayton Kammerer understands what the community is seeking. So he founded VegOut! The Vegan Beer and Food Festival, which comes to the Scottsdale Waterfront Saturday, March 17,...
Albert Hammond Jr.

Spicy Evening: Burritos and music pair for a night of music and food

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Albert Hammond Jr. was booked to play the Crescent Ballroom’s Flying Burrito Music and Food Festival, The Strokes’ guitarist/keyboardist got an earful. “I have a bunch of (social media) comments about how...

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