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A Little Horseplay: Edward Maciejczyk leads one unbelievable ‘knight’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | June 8, 2021 Edward Maciejczyk walks through Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament’s stables, petting and making conversation with horses with names like Jalapeno, Jaramillo and Donador. Medieval Times’ head knight treats them...

‘No hugs, NO kisses’: Goodyear artist’s photo on display at show

By Bridgette M. Redman | May 12, 2021 When Johanna Virgil learned about the Scottsdale art project “I Am You, You Are Me: Portraits,” she knew exactly which photograph she wanted to submit. “I thought I’d...

‘A Day in the Wild West’: Arizona Gunfighters to perform at Cave Creek’s Frontier...

By Alex Gallagher | May 12, 2021 Bob and Dale Charnes have been performing historical reenactments of the Wild West for over 60 years, nearly 30 of which have been spent in Arizona. Now, their Arizona...

Hitting the Road: Trolls build a fanbase at Legoland Discovery Center

By Olivia Dow | May 11, 2021 The Trolls World Tour has set up a residency at the Legoland Discovery Center at Arizona Mills through May. Kids can look for trolls hidden in Lego City, get...

Keeping the Tradition Alive: Black Rodeo recalls Western history, culture

By Laura Latzko | May 11, 2021 The Arizona Black Rodeo is about more than entertainment. The event gives contestants a place to compete and spread awareness about African American contributions to Southwestern heritage. “African Americans...

Going Old School: The Eddy brings pinball machines to Cave Creek

By Tara Alatorre | May 10, 2021 The Eddy is stepping up to boost family-friendly entertainment gaming in the community. The Cave Creek food truck park and gallery recently added a small pinball arcade. Eight premium...

‘Refuse to be a Victim’: Well Armed Women classes build confidence

By Sarah Donahue | May 7, 2021 Karin Johnson always longed to create a place for women to connect, interact and grow with each other. “Who knew that it was going to be the firing range,”...

A Special Treat of Africa: The Zuzu African Acrobats bring high-energy tradition to Phoenix

By Annika Tomlin | May 6, 2021 The Zuzu African Acrobats have performed in more than 25 countries since the group was founded 15 years ago in Mombasa, Kenya. Now they’ll take their blend of circus-style...
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A Welcome Return: Promoter anticipating balloon fest

By Paul Maryniak | April 26, 2021 The life of a promoter hasn’t been easy since the pandemic crushed live events more than a year ago. Limits and often outright bans on crowds made it pretty...

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...

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