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Irish Cultural Center

Irish Cultural Center

You'd be hard pressed to find climates and building styles more dissimilar than Phoenix and Ireland, which makes the walk up to the Irish Cultural Center feel almost unreal. Despite the three-story castle-like library building being...

Sonic Soundscape: Janelle Loes dabbles in a variety of genres on ‘Stranger’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 6, 2021 Janelle Loes didn’t worry about the time it would take to release her sophomore effort, “Stranger.” She wanted to make sure it was perfect. “There was no rush,” she...
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,...

A Real Live Wire: The Sugar Thieves are getting back to the stage

By Kristen Castillo | May 6, 2021 The Sugar Thieves, like most bands, watched their shows succumb to COVID-19 pandemic cancellations. Now, as restrictions are being lifted, the Phoenix roots rock band is making a...

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...

‘Universal Language’: Mogollon thankful for audiences

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 12, 2021 Duane Moore said he feels he hasn’t worked a day in his life. Moore loves everything about the music business — and has since he co-founded Mogollon in...
ASU Art Museum at Nelson Fine Arts Center

ASU Art Museum

One of the older museums in the Valley — founded in 1950 — the Arizona State University Art Museum houses nearly 12,000 pieces reflecting a wide range of themes and styles. You can find contemporary art,...
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,...

High-Energy Fun: Shallow Water shares its niche at Glendale’s Murphy Park

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 12, 2021 The upbeat ska band Shallow Water will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a show as part of Live at Murphy Park on Friday, May 14. Over the two...
Mill Avenue

Mill Avenue in Tempe

Tempe's most well-known north-south street since the late 1800s, Mill Avenue — so named for the now-empty Hayden Flour Mill at the historical north end — still plays an important part in Tempe life. Although it runs...

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