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Dynamic Duo: Gilbert siblings make music together

By Ashlyn Robinette | June 25, 2021 A Gilbert brother and sister musical duo recently released the third song they have written and recorded together from their home studio. Sophie Dorsten, 19, in collaboration with her brother,...

Moving Beyond COVID-19: Phoenix Theatre Company reopens indoors for summer

By Bridgette M. Redman | June 24, 2021 As the summer heat rolls in, the Phoenix Theatre Company is taking its season indoors and welcoming back its audience with three small-cast shows. Several things have made...
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Booming Again: July 4 festivals return with a bang

By Madeline Lewis | June 21, 2021 After a year of canceled and postponed events, here is a chance to fill your calendar for the holiday. Fourth of July events return to the Valley with...

Return to Racing: NASCAR Championship Weekend coming back to Avondale

By Grant Greabell | June 11, 2021 For the third consecutive year, Phoenix Raceway will be home to the NASCAR Championship Weekend. The tradition started in 2020 and will continue this fall from November 5 to...

Start the Countdown: Super Bowl LVII date set for Glendale

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | June 11, 2021 The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee has chosen the date for Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium — February 12, 2023. “The selection of the date for Super...

Floating Fun: Salt River Tubing celebrates state’s natural resources

By Claire Spinner | June 8, 2021 Salt River Tubing gives tubers the chance to celebrate their inner pirate and sail the “seven seas” without leaving Arizona. Salt River Pirates, as part of USDA’s National Get...

Local Metal Returns: Archetypes Collide tackles emotions before show

By Alex Gallagher | June 8, 2021 Archetypes Collide singer Kyle Pastor feels a myriad of emotions about hitting the stage for the first time in 18 months. One of them is awkwardness. “I feel like it’s...

Rolls and Bowls: Former Marquee GM pivots to lobster, sushi food truck

By Connor Dziawura | June 7, 2021 It could be said that things have come full circle for former Marquee Theatre general manager Donny Johnson. Previously a professional bass fisherman and full-time angler, the longtime Mesa...

Seeing the Positives: Authority Zero says there’s no need to hide

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | June 5, 2021 Authority Zero has never been called “negative.” Even during a pandemic, they kept their collective chin up, put their heads down and wrote what could be called their...

No More ‘Lucking Out’: Sedona film festival gets cautious with pandemic

By Connor Dziawura | June 5, 2021 Sedona International Film Festival organizers lucked out with last year’s event. Set just weeks before the COVID-19 pandemic led to mass shutdowns of businesses and cancellations of events, the...

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