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On the Record: Vinylly app pairs music lovers with the same taste

By Kristen Apolline Castillo | April 21, 2021 As someone who has lived in Phoenix, the Netherlands, London and New York, Jordan Thomas is no stranger to meeting others. Now residing in Los Angeles, Thomas says...

Saving the Stages: Stephen Chilton selling merch to keep venues open

By Alex Gallagher | April 20, 2021 Stephen Chilton is the vice president of the National Independent Venue Association and the owner of The Rebel Lounge. He remembers the beginning of the pandemic all too...

Off the Cuff: Phoenix Improv Festival returns to a virtual format

By Laura Latzko | April 19, 2021 The term “improv” can describe different types of performances, both dramatic and comedic. The Phoenix Improv Festival brings together improv performers from around the world to celebrate and...

Doggy Delight: Daily Dose has the remedy for pandemic boredom

By Laura Latzko | April 16, 2021 Restaurants are reopening after Gov. Doug Ducey lifted COVID-19 restrictions. Others are being cautious while offering fun options for customers. The Daily Dose Kitchen and Bar — a locally...

‘All We Have’: Independent Tucson film hits local Harkins

By Annika Tomlin | April 15, 2021 When director Edgar Ybarra shot the independent production “All We Have” in Tucson, the cast and crew didn’t expect it to make it to the big screen. But starting...

Going Strong: Anthem-opoly board game sees resurgence amid pandemic

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2021 If there’s one thing the COVID-19 pandemic bolstered, it’s the board game business. Michael Schulte, marketing manager for Cincinnati-based Late for the Sky, witnessed that increase, especially with the...

For the High-End Buyer: Riverton helps local pianists tickle the ivories

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2021 James Harding of Riverton Piano Co. loves what he does for a living. He can play extravagant pianos all day and occasionally rub shoulders with the likes of...

Punk in the Park: Pennywise headlines festival’s first Arizona lineup

By Phoenix.org staff | April 14, 2021 In celebration of the return of live music, Punk in the Park is previewing its previously planned, much-delayed Orange County festival with a daylong slate of artists in...

Parking Lot Party: Country Jam spotlights Shari Rowe, Matt Farris

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 13, 2021 Country music’s Shari Rowe, like most musicians, spent the pandemic locked up at home, away from the stage. The Glendale resident and fellow singer Matt Farris are about to...

The Scoop: New ice cream truck serves smiles

By Ayanna Muhammad | April 13, 2021 Steve Frazer brought his Totally Rolled Ice Cream to Arizona with the hopes that it would keep him occupied while he and his family lived here in the...

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