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All Gas, No Brakes: Enjoy the fun of Octane Raceway’s socially distanced entertainment

By Sarah Nguyen One of the Valley’s finest establishments for family entertainment has plenty to be excited about these days. The business is aware of the health and safety concerns surrounding the pandemic and has made...

Tickets for Veterans: Organization sets virtual event to continue mission

By Connor Dziawura Veteran Tickets Foundation set its own records in the first quarter of 2019. Also known as Vet Tix, the nonprofit that provides event tickets to all branches of current military and veterans, as...

Shimmering with Hope: Sandy Pendleton’s contemporary glass art shines

By Sue Kern-Fleischer At a time when many arts and entertainment events have been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour, Hidden in the Hills, is happening Friday, November...

Starving Artists, Artists Starving to Know: Kierland POP festival returns to North Scottsdale

By Andrew Checchia Timeliness. Though evocative on its own, the word has grown deeply nuanced throughout a pandemic defined by a collective sense of bad timing. There could never be a “good time” for a global...

Canal Convergence: Annual event has big virtual plans

By Kristine Cannon You’ll need more than just your face mask and hand sanitizer at this year’s Canal Convergence. To get the most out of the 10-day experience, attendees will also need to download a cell...

Gold Palette ArtWalk: Long-running series returns to galleries

By Kristine Cannon The weekly, year-round Scottsdale ArtWalk may still be suspended due to COVID-19, but the Gold Palette ArtWalk series is back. The Scottsdale Gallery Association marks the return of its long-running Gold Palette ArtWalk...

Drive-In Magic: Michael Carbonaro channels history with WestWorld show

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Editor's Note: Michael Carbonaro's performance at WestWorld of Scottsdale has been postponed. A new date has yet to be confirmed. I wanted to also inform you, this just happened but we, unfortunately, had...

‘Never Forget’: 9/11 Tower Challenge goes virtual to keep benefit running

By Connor Dziawura To commemorate those who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, an annual benefit challenge is returning. Only this time it’s going virtual. Concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are...

A New Outlook: Tortilla Flat’s new ‘caretakers’ are looking to freshen it up

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Katie Ellering, one of Tortilla Flat’s new owners, isn’t about modernizing the remnant of the Old West town. She and her fiancé/operations director, Chris Field, just want to bring a fresh look to...

Golf Meets Cigars: Sticks lounge opens in Carefree

By Connor Dziawura A common complaint Larry Foppe has heard from locals in Carefree is that a laidback gathering place was missing—the key word now being “was.” So, he took his local cigar shop, moved it...

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