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A Month of Arts and Culture: Art Detour marks 33 years with expansion

By Connor Dziawura | February 24, 2021 Art Detour, Phoenix’s original art walk event, is broadening its footprint from an extended weekend to more than a month of arts and culture. Launched in the Downtown Phoenix...

Spiritual Art: Mesa exhibitions take new views on religion

By Laura Latzko | February 3, 2021 Artist Susan H. Paige often explores spiritual topics in her work. This month, she’s teaming with other local artists to host “Women and Spirituality” from February 6 to February...

Celebrate Art 6 Feet Apart: Susan Morrow Potje’s happy place is under the white...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 3, 2021 Susan Morrow Potje has a motto for this year’s Celebration of Fine Art: Celebrate art 6 feet apart. “I think it’s a good, happy place for people to come...

Inner Peace: Crystal Bowl Healing Concerts support nonprofits

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 3, 2021 Treasure Milinovich is hoping to help others find inner peace during the pandemic by hosting the Second Sunday Sound Healing Concerts at Local Jonny’s patio, 6033 E. Cave...

A Powerful Voice: Workshop teaches women and girls self-defense strategies

By Laura Latzko | February 1, 2021 Tiffany Richards understands the need for self-defense classes. While in her 20s, she endured an abusive relationship for a year and a half. For many years, she avoided the...

Johnson Group Tactical: Couple bring military experience to tactical classes

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | January 17, 2021 Oz and Karin Johnson of Desert Hills started their company, Christian-based Johnson Group Tactical, in October 2020. At the top of its website is a quote from John 15:13,...

Roll With It: 810 Billiards and Bowling strikes CityScape

By Annika Tomlin | January 5, 2021 Mike Siniscalchi founded 810 Billiards and Bowling in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in 2015. Soon, he’s bringing it to Chandler and Downtown Phoenix’s CityScape. “The CityScape developers, Red...

‘An Island of Art’: Artists share their passion under the white tents

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | January 5, 2021 When Ans Taylor paints, she finds her happy space. It’s relaxing, and it allows her to share her passion with the Arizona landscape. “I can paint for hours, and...

‘Demonstrate…and Donuts’: Gold Palette ArtWalk makes a sweet 2021 debut

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The 100 Club of Arizona, a nonprofit that provides assistance to public safety officers and their families, will be the beneficiary of the Scottsdale Gallery Association’s Gold Palette ArtWalk. Themed “Demonstrate…and Donuts,” the...

A Magical Christmas Journey: Verde Canyon Railroad takes kids and wildlife to Santa

By Victoria Stibrik Christmas is coming, and Verde Canyon Railroad will celebrate with Liberty Wildlife of Arizona as the Magical Christmas Journey comes to Clarkdale. “We respect all of our friends who have different railroads that...

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