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Making Connections: Sage Market overcomes COVID-19 challenges

By Olivia Dow | April 5, 2021 Hosting the Sage Market did not seem like a possibility this year for the Holland Center. Like many events, the pandemic altered plans for the annual art market, which...

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...

Arizona Sage Art Market: Event offers ‘Main Street’ shopping experience

By Annika Tomlin | January 19, 2021 The Arizona Sage Art Market will bring together 30 artists from various mediums during its sixth annual event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, January 30. Admission...

Celebrating the Persian New Year: Scottsdale entrepreneur brings her heritage to the Valley

By Octavio Serrano Lawdan Shojaee grew up in Los Angeles, where her Persian culture is vibrant and present. She misses it, so she’s bringing it to the Valley, where she lives now, with the second...

Button Up: Arizona State Button Society’s annual show returning to Avondale

By Sara Edwards The phrase “button up!” will have a different meaning this weekend in Avondale. Some people have memories of rummaging through their grandmother’s button tin or sewing box for stray materials. While some people...

Avenue of Cultures: 19 cultures meet at Arizona Asian Festival

By Connor Dziawura The United States of America is often called a melting pot of cultures. Keeping true to that idea, but in a different way, the Arizona Asian Festival will once again bring an assortment...

Light ‘Em Up: Michael Pollack promises a brighter than usual holiday season

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Sitting in his opulent Mesa office, Michael Pollack is proud of what he’s accomplished. Drive up and down Alma School Road and Pollack’s name is present on most strip malls. He’s refurbished and...
Day of the Dead

Mesa Arts Center hosts revived Day of the Dead celebration

By Laura Latzko   During El Dia de Los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, family members have a chance to honor their lost loved ones and invite them to return to Earth. Originating in Mexico,...

Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA’s New “Ruff Draft Book Club” Helps Animals Prepare...

By Alexis Andreopoulos   Entering the walls of any animal shelter is usually the same, there are cages full of sad and hopeful animals longing and looking for a forever home. But, when entering the Arizona...
Guru Nanak Dwara

Guru Nanak Dwara

As the longest continuously operating Sikh Gurdwara community in Arizona, Guru Nanak Dwara offers visitors a beautiful and peaceful place to meditate, or to simply learn about another culture. Founded in 1970 by Yogi Bhajan,...

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