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Safety First: Phoenix Raceway to limit fans for NASCAR Championship Weekend

By Phoenix.org staff When the green flag drops for race cars, fans will be in yellow flag/caution mode. For the Nov. 6-8 NASCAR Championship Weekend, Phoenix Raceway in Avondale will allow a reduced number of fans...

Live from Home: Chris Daughtry combats boredom with Marquee benefit

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Chris Daughtry is sitting in a purple-lit room in his home with a wide smile on his face. A character, however, is towering over his shoulder. “That’s Deadpool,” he says with a laugh....

Drive-In Magic: Michael Carbonaro channels history with WestWorld show

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Editor's Note: Michael Carbonaro's performance at WestWorld of Scottsdale has been postponed. A new date has yet to be confirmed. I wanted to also inform you, this just happened but we, unfortunately, had...

‘Never Forget’: 9/11 Tower Challenge goes virtual to keep benefit running

By Connor Dziawura To commemorate those who lost their lives at the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, an annual benefit challenge is returning. Only this time it’s going virtual. Concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are...

‘We Can’t Forget’: Amped Coffee Co. pledges to remember 9/11 with memorial

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Keith and Janine Walashek remember the 9/11 terrorist attacks vividly. They recall exactly where they were, and the pain and fear that overcame their bodies. So when Keith heard that at one...

Bringing Music Back: WestWorld concerts could juice up economy

By Kristine Cannon A drive-in concert series is coming to WestWorld of Scottsdale. R Entertainment and M Culinary, producers of the Scottsdale Fourth of July fireworks show, are working with the city to produce the Scottsdale...

Arizona Restaurant Week Returns: Biannual event shines the spotlight on suffering industry

By Annika Tomlin The COVID-19 pandemic nearly decimated the food and beverage industry. The biannual event held to celebrate local eateries, Arizona Restaurant Week, was replaced in the spring by Arizona Take Out Week. Following CDC...

Art Immersion: Scottsdale’s Celebration of Fine Art turns 30 this year

By Sherry Jackson A love of art and a vision to bring an immersive experience to patrons in Scottdale led show founders Tom and Ann Morrow to create the Celebration of Fine Art, now celebrating its...

La Dolce Vita!: The Italian Festival brings its culture to Downtown Phoenix

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Italian Festival of America is bringing its celebration of food, culture and entertainment to Downtown Phoenix after several years in Scottsdale. Italophiliacs can experience la dolce vita with two stages of entertainment,...

‘Nothing Separates Us’: Archie Bradley tears down the wall between him and the fans

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Archie Bradley doesn’t like this assumed barrier between fans and celebrities. “The Beard,” as he’s called, would rather mingle. To give fans the chance to meet him, teammates and other athletes...

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