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Review: Robert Eggers goes big with Viking epic ‘The Northman’

By Connor Dziawura | April 21, 2022 Audiences looking to “The Northman” for an action-packed blockbuster may not find exactly what they’re expecting. Fans of the visionary filmmaker behind the ambitious Viking epic, however, will...

Review: Nicolas Cage gets meta in amusing ‘Massive Talent’

By Connor Dziawura | April 21, 2022 Nicolas Cage is in the midst of a renaissance. From Academy Award winner to blockbuster action star, prolific direct-to-video performer and now misunderstood indie darling, Cage has been...

Move Over, Margaritaville: Scotchdale whisky makes waves in Arizona market

By Jordan Houston | April 20, 2022 Since its inception in 2019, a local whisky brand is making a name for itself across the state as the “whisky of the West.” Scotchdale, an 80-proof blended malt...

Carrying on Tradition: La Canasta celebrates 60 years of family recipes

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 20, 2022 When Richard Abril died at age 47, leaving his wife, Carmen, with six girls and one boy, she rolled up her sleeves and went to work with their...

Celebrating America: Phoenix vodka company wants to close divide

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 20, 2022 Mark Gus Scott was walking the aisles of a local drugstore looking for vodka, when he realized the United States was underrepresented. “I saw Smirnoff Ice, Stoli,” he says....

Bash for The Nash: Jazz in America raises funds for education

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 15, 2022 Jazz in Arizona has been keeping the genre alive in Phoenix since 1977. But this month, the nonprofit behind The Nash is hosting its first gala to raise...

‘Hardcore Legend’ Turns ‘Nice’: Mick Foley keeps audiences entertained

By Noah Velasco | April 15, 2022 Mick Foley experienced concussions, the loss of multiple teeth and a piece of his ear, a surgically repaired knee four times, 351 stitches and broken bones. He truly earned...

The Sound of Music: Downtown Chandler is alive with entertainment

By Ken Sain | April 13, 2022 If you’re looking for live entertainment in the Valley, then Downtown Chandler is the place to go. So says Mary Murphy-Bessler, the executive director of Downtown Chandler Community Partnership....

Celebrating Easter: Bunny Balloon Blast takes off at Salt River Fields

By Matthew Elitz | April 11, 2022 To mark the coming of Easter, Salt River Fields is holding its first Bunny Balloon Blast, an aerial celebration of the season. Chris Bonnell, director of marketing at Salt...

Keeping Radio Alive: KWSS’ Dani Cutler celebrates 15 years at station

By Connor Dziawura | April 8, 2022 KWSS 93.9 FM host Dani Cutler recently celebrated her 15th year at the independent radio station. Cutler can be heard as host of “The Dani Cutler Show” from 6...

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