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Sweet Spot: Chandler teen’s cookies a hit at local farmers markets

By Coty Dolores Miranda | May 18, 2022 Customers strolling Saturday’s Downtown Chandler farmers market, or Sunday morning’s farmers market in Ahwatukee, have found a sweet spot at the Madisyn “Maddie” Newell’s bakery booth. The Chandler...

The Anatomy of a Goblin: Nekrogoblikon balances humor, metal

By Alex Gallagher | May 18, 2022 Much like the name suggests, the shock-metal outfit Nekrogoblikon mixes theatrics and humor. For its forthcoming tour, guitarist Alex Alereza says it’s pairing with a similar act, GWAR. “In terms...

‘Disneyland for Geeks’: Phoenix Fan Fusion prepares for its return

By Annika Tomlin | May 17, 2022 Phoenix Fan Fusion convention director Matt Solberg likens his upcoming event to a legendary tourist destination. “It’s really like Disneyland for geeks to come to our show,” he says. After...

The Tipping Point: Tears for Fears hopes fans relate to its music

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 16, 2022 Tears for Fears felt the need to refresh its live show when it planned its first tour since 2017. A single here, a single there, would have sufficed. But...

A Knockout Matchup: Benavídez, Lemieux are ready for Gila River Arena

By Zakkary Brog | May 13, 2022 The Interim World Boxing Council Super Middleweight Title clash between David Benavídez and David Lemieux on May 21 is set to last 12 rounds. However, both men will enter...

Feeding Frenzy: Arizona Restaurant Week returns for spring 2022

By Summer Aguirre | May 10, 2022 Spring Arizona Restaurant Week continues this month to bring foodies on a culinary trip around the state. From Friday, May 20, to Sunday, May 29, the Arizona Restaurant Association’s...

A Hometown ‘Star’: Brandon Frazier is ready to perform

By Annika Tomlin | May 9, 2022 Figure skater Alexa Knierim treasures her time on the U.S. Olympic team. After all, it took a lifetime of hard work and dedication. “I think for both Brandon and...

The ‘Future’ of Music: Bastille turns negativity into sprightly pop songs

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 4, 2022 The English band Bastille has a way of writing dark songs wrapped in buoyant, joyous pop songs. Keyboardist Kyle Simmons says that’s the charm behind Bastille. “There are elements of...

Ode to His Roots: Christone Ingram brings the ‘juke joint’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | May 4, 2022 Blues prodigy Christone “Kingfish” Ingram has been hailed by the media and fans as the next big thing. His sophomore album, “662,” took home the best contemporary blues album...

Out of This World: St. Paul & the Broken Bones explore ‘The Alien Coast’

By Dave Gil de Rubio | May 4, 2022 In the decade since St. Paul & the Broken Bones came out of Birmingham, Alabama, the eight-piece outfit has made a name for itself as a...

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