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

By Annika Tomlin 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 to the market at...

The New Normal: Fiddler’s Dream offers virtual open stages for local musicians

By Laura Latzko Fiddler’s Dream Coffeehouse has long offered a space for musicians to perform. Although the Glendale nonprofit cannot offer the same opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic because of social distancing guidelines, the organization has...
Waste Management Phoenix Open

Bringing the Fun: Phoenix Open aims to bring the energy with less fans

By Nicholas Barker The Waste Management Phoenix Open’s enormous crowds, the thunderous cheers and the countless festivities will have to wait another year due to the rapidly spreading COVID-19. The event will welcome a limited...

‘An Island of Art’: Artists share their passion under the white tents

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Ans Taylor paints, she finds her happy space. It’s relaxing, and it allows her to share her passion with the Arizona landscape. “I can paint for hours, and I can lose myself...

Skatin’ for Leighton: The Arizona Coyotes plan to honor late superfan

By Nicholas Barker Last year was a year like no other. Unspeakable tragedies and a global pandemic have shut down most of the world for the last 10 months. As 2020 came to a close, the...

Sip. Savor. Dine.: Culinary experiences benefit Ryan House

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Ryan House put its annual fundraiser, the White Christmas Gala, on the backburner due to COVID-19, the staff cooked up a new event—Sip. Savor. Dine. Culinary Experiences. Through the end of January,...

‘Demonstrate…and Donuts’: Gold Palette ArtWalk makes a sweet 2021 debut

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The 100 Club of Arizona, a nonprofit that provides assistance to public safety officers and their families, will be the beneficiary of the Scottsdale Gallery Association’s Gold Palette ArtWalk. Themed “Demonstrate…and Donuts,” the...

Christmas Eve Amid a Pandemic: TSO pivots to livestreaming to keep the tradition alive

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski For 21 years, Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s holiday shows have been a family tradition. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, TSO will go on, but in a different way. The performance will be beamed into fans’ homes...

Coming Full Circle: Prog rockers Spafford return to where it all began

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Valley prog rockers Spafford were the first musicians to host a drive-in show, earning the band national publicity. Known for its annual New Year’s Eve gigs, Spafford will perform in the Marquee Theatre’s...

Keeping ‘The Nutcracker’ Alive: The English Rose Tea Room serves visions of Sugar Plum...

By Jacqueline Robledo For many people, seeing “The Nutcracker” ballet in a theater is a holiday tradition. The COVID-19 pandemic is making that a little difficult this year. But Jo Gemmill is doing something about it....

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