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Off the Cuff: Phoenix Improv Festival returns to a virtual format

By Laura Latzko | April 19, 2021 The term “improv” can describe different types of performances, both dramatic and comedic. The Phoenix Improv Festival brings together improv performers from around the world to celebrate and...

Punk in the Park: Pennywise headlines festival’s first Arizona lineup

By Phoenix.org staff | April 14, 2021 In celebration of the return of live music, Punk in the Park is previewing its previously planned, much-delayed Orange County festival with a daylong slate of artists in...

Parking Lot Party: Country Jam spotlights Shari Rowe, Matt Farris

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 13, 2021 Country music’s Shari Rowe, like most musicians, spent the pandemic locked up at home, away from the stage. The Glendale resident and fellow singer Matt Farris are about to...

Bringing the Community Together: Anthem Days seeking vendors

By Sarah Donahue | April 8, 2021 Though this year’s Anthem Days will require more social distancing, it will still serve its original intended purpose of bringing the community together.  Last year’s Anthem Days was one...

Riding for Vets: Yahtzee Run benefits homeless in the West Valley

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 8, 2021 The New Founders of Freedom are hosting the 10th annual motorcycle Veterans Ride on Saturday, April 10. The five-stop Yahtzee Run, with the $200 prize, begins with registration from...

Immersive by Design: New Gammage experience features art throughout Packard garage

By Olivia Dow | April 7, 2021 ASU Gammage has transformed its parking garage into a drive-thru immersive experience celebrating the arts, design and production. The venue, in partnership with the Herberger Institute for Design and...

Queen Nation Will Rock You: Tribute band won’t stop now

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | April 7, 2021 Queen Nation was definitely under pressure when the tribute band was asked to play a backyard birthday party for Foo Fighters bassist Nate Mendel. The gig was a surprise...

Good Ol’ Days: Allman Betts Band among acts on Marquee’s schedule

By Alan Sculley | April 7, 2021 Devon Allman can look back on his music career and see he has always tended to have a band that goes for a few years, and then he’s...

Nothin’ Stupid: Get a kick out of this Frank Sinatra tribute

By Laura Latzko | April 5, 2021 Frank Sinatra had a special way of captivating audiences with songs like “Fly Me to the Moon,” “New York, New York,” “I Get A Kick Out of You”...

Stop Traffic Walk: Fundraiser brings awareness to human trafficking

By Connor Dziawura | March 29, 2021 Nearly 40 million estimated global victims. Considered the world’s third-largest criminal activity. But only 1 out of every 100 victims will be rescued. These statistics from the Dream City...

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