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Phoestivus

Phoestivus For the Rest of Us

Phoenix Public Market hosts a time-honored holiday tradition   By Madison Rutherford    Popularized by the ’90s sitcom Seinfeld, Festivus is a made-up holiday that combats the commercialism and stress of the Christmas season with absurd traditions such...
Miracle by Blue Hound

Drinking Christmas: Miracle by Blue Hound’s pop-up cocktail concept brings tipsy tidings of joy

By Niki D’Andrea   Christmas isn’t always all about kids. Sometimes, it can be very adult-oriented and caters more to spoiling your inner child than to making toddlers sit on a stranger’s lap while asking for...
Organ Stop Pizza

Organ Stop Pizza provides family fun with pizza and pipes

By Kimberly Hosey “Pizza and pipes.” It’s a slogan and experience that has all but faded to a distant memory – except for the nightly dinner performances at Organ Stop Pizza, 1149 E. Southern Ave....
Arizona Musicfest

Arizona Musicfest season stages four months of performances

By Kenneth LaFave   It was once known as “the little festival that could.” Now it’s the North Valley’s cultural flashpoint. What else would you call a performance series that has gone from 7,000 attendees in 2013...
Two Brothers Tap House & Brewery

Two Brothers’ new chef is mixing things up

By Sherry Jackson   Since coming on board in April, Don Stansell has been focusing on quality food and an enhanced guest experience in his new position as executive chef at Two Brothers Tap House &...
Electric Desert

Desert Botanical Garden launches immersive ‘light and sound’ experience

By Connor Dziawura Desert Botanical Garden Executive Director Ken Schutz and visual artist Ricardo Rivera would rather guests see the venue’s new installation, Electric Desert, than talk about it. “It’s just extraordinary,” Schutz says. “It’s...
PHX Pheast

Phoenix Public Market uniting chefs and farmers at PHX Pheast

By Connor Dziawura   Every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., people from around the Valley gather at Central Avenue and Pierce Street to explore, learn about and support the farmers and businesses that comprise...
Color Run

Color Run offers vibrant 5K experience

By Laura Latzko   Most people know the importance of being active but working out can be a drag. The annual Color Run makes running and walking fun and colorful. The superhero-themed Color Run Hero Tour...

New MIM exhibit pays homage to an American icon

By Sherry Jackson   The electric guitar hit the music scene in the early 1930s and ’40s as an experiment. It has since influenced and defined American music forever. On November 9, the Musical Instrument Museum opens its...
Scottsdale International Film Festival

Scottsdale International Film Festival expands for 2018

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Scottsdale International Film Festival founder Amy Ettinger listens to her guests. When they told Ettinger they wanted more films over a longer time period, she couldn’t let them down. The festival’s 2018 rendition...

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