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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....

Forging an Identity: Massively upgraded Pollack Tempe Cinemas reopens

By Ken Sain | January 19, 2022 When you walk into the newly renovated Pollack Tempe Cinemas, Michael Pollack will be there to greet you himself, wearing his traditional black shirt. Only it will be a...

Sports Betting in Scottsdale: A sports complex with great promise opens

By J. Graber | January 19, 2022 Sports betting is coming to Scottsdale. TPC Scottsdale has applied for a conditional use permit to build a sportsbook on a 3.2-acre parcel on the southeast corner of Hayden...

All That Jazz: Benefactors unveil Lakeshore’s new venue

By Bridgette M. Redman | September 30, 2021 The dream of two Valley jazz supporters will open its doors this October. Bob and Gretchen Ravenscroft have built the new 30,000-square-foot performing arts venue bearing their name...

‘A Sophisticated Setting’: Landmark Theatres landing in the Quarter

By Alex Gallagher | September 8, 2021 Landmark Theatres is set to make its presence known in the greater Phoenix area with the opening of its first theater in Scottsdale Quarter this fall.  The theater will...

Love Letter to Creativity: East Valley Children’s Theatre marks 25 years

By Srianthi Perera | September 8, 2021 A 25-year-long love letter to creating, performing, growing and making friends that have become family. That’s how C. Lynn Johnson describes East Valley Children’s Theatre. The Gilbert woman’s talents run the...

Fostering Passions: Nicole Royse wants to share her love of art

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | September 3, 2021 Art is important to Nicole Royse. As the owner of Royse Contemporary in Old Town, she works to engage students who stop by her gallery, as well as her...

No Laughing Matter: ImprovMania expands with new space

By Kevin Reagan | July 28, 2021 ImprovMania, Chandler’s long-running comedy theater, has found a new home after buying a building from the city. The building on the east side of Boston Street will soon be...

No More Waiting: Goodyear welcomes residents to new recreation campus

By Lauren Serrato | July 1, 2021 The wait is over. A long-anticipated recreation campus will open its doors to the Goodyear community on July 3. The two-story campus is 48,000 square feet and located at...

Fun, Food and Cocktails: Wok ’N Roll infuses music into dining

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | June 8, 2021 With the Hard Rock Café’s closure, Wok ’N Roll is bringing a touch of music and food to Phoenix. The colorful Scottsdale Asian eatery opened a second location in...

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