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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...
Ice skating in Phoenix

Top 5 Outdoor Ice Skating Rinks

Ice Skating Phoenix By Megan Marples Phoenix may be sunny pretty much 365 days a year, but we still know how to celebrate the winter holidays. Venues around the state build temporary ice-skating rinks, providing the...
Gilbert Days

Art, culture and lights this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle Featured Event: Gilbert Days Parade The Gilbert Days Parade is a long-standing tradition, celebrating the Town’s community and heritage with a whole lot of fun. You can expect around 100 different floats including participants...
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...

Take-Out Thanksgiving Dinners

By Connor Dziawura November is a transitional time. As the weather begins to cool off (for us Arizonans) and All Hallows Eve passes, Thanksgiving approaches to finally lead us into the winter season. But while...

Chocolate, chuck wagons and Claus this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle Featured event: Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-off Experience a rare, up-close look at Western history at this free, family-friendly culinary event. Authentic 1880s chuck wagons from around the Southwest compete to cook up the...
Cider Corps

Former Marine joins brother for Cider Corps

When Sgt. Jason Duren returned from Afghanistan, he faced the long medical retirement process. He had suffered two traumatic brain injuries from multiple IED blasts and was facing the end of his career. To keep...
Veterans Day Discounts

Valley establishments remember veterans this November

By Daisy Finch Veterans Day is a time to honor, remember and celebrate our military heroes—past and present. Among the festivities and celebrations, area restaurants and establishments are dishing out deals for our veterans November...
The Crepe Club

Top Crepe Places in the Valley

By Daisy Finch Craving crepes close by? Set your sights (or navigation) to these five Valley crepe cafes. Each has a unique feel and flavor, but all of them have quality staff, ingredients, presentations and...

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