Attractions Archives | Phoenix.org

A Whole New World: The National Comedy Theatre adapts to the pandemic with online...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The National Comedy Theatre, Downtown Mesa’s home for improv and sketch comedy, has fallen on hard times, due to the coronavirus crisis. Unable to host classes or secure a loan, the organization...

Musical Meals: VooDoo Daddy’s offers takeout guests can dance to

By Liz Renninger Laissez bon ton roulette! Takeout just got a little livelier at VooDoo Daddy’s Steam Kitchen. The locally owned Cajun and creole restaurant is open and offering pickup and takeout orders in the...

Movies to Go: Phoenix Film Foundation raises funds with virtual events

By Laura Latzko With the cancellation of major events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local organizations have sought to find different ways to entertain the public. After postponing its annual spring film festival, the Phoenix Film...

A Light During the Crisis: Brother-sister duo won’t let pandemic stop their restaurant

By Kacey Wilson Meliza Miranda and her brother, Jorge Cota, had been planning to open a modern Mexican restaurant in Peoria for quite some time. They weren’t about to let even a pandemic stop them from...

A Win for All: Scottsdale artist Niki Woehler is supporting struggling eateries with a...

By Connor Dziawura Niki Woehler was checking her social media feed earlier this spring when she stumbled across an emotional video she says was shared by Pizzeria Bianco owner Chris Bianco. A frequenter of Bianco’s restaurant,...

Knock, Knock Tequila Delivery: Corrido and CRUjiente Tacos make the rounds of Arcadia

By Annika Tomlin When Gov. Doug Ducey issued an executive order requiring restaurants to provide takeout and delivery only, Tequila Corrido co-owners Sarah Foote and Holly Simon saw it as an opportunity to push their...

The Neighborhood ‘Cheers’: PostNet provides comfort in these turbulent times

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski To Anthem residents, PostNet is more than the neighborhood business service center.  Sure, it’s a full-service print shop that offers photocopying, shipping, notary and mailbox services. However, the seven-year owners, Lanny and Linda...

They Need to Dance: Scorpius theater keeps engaging fans through video

By Laura Latzko The COVID-19 pandemic has a major impact on dance companies around the Valley, including Scorpius Dance Theatre. Despite the challenges it is facing, the company is bringing dance to the community—but in...

A New Chapter: Phoenix Art Museum names Timothy Rodgers director and CEO

By Laura Latzko Timothy R. Rodgers finds himself frequently returning to the Phoenix Art Museum. A native Midwesterner, Rodgers moved to Arizona at 19 years old to attend ASU. While in college, Rodgers visited and attended...

‘Teenage Badass’: New film tells bands to ‘get it all in writing’

By Melissa Robbins The hazy, bright chaos of Phoenix music culture has crashed its way on screen. “Teenage Badass,” originally set to premier at South by Southwest, spins a warning fable of how blindingly enticing...

Must Read

X