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Building a Bridge: Tempe-based film festival giving Asian filmmakers voices

By Connor Dziawura Filmmaker Ihman Esturco sees a distinct lack of representation for foreign cinema, namely that which is from Asian countries. “There’s a lot of filmmakers, especially in Asia, who don’t have access,” explains Esturco,...

‘ARTrageous’: Scottsdale Arts’ Starry Night Gala recalls Hollywood glamour

By Kristine Cannon Oscar De Las Salas and Scottsdale Arts are hoping to “bring pizazz to downtown” with its Starry Night Gala on Saturday, December 7, at the Scottsdale Arts Campus in Old Town Scottsdale.  “We...

Avenue of Cultures: 19 cultures meet at Arizona Asian Festival

By Connor Dziawura The United States of America is often called a melting pot of cultures. Keeping true to that idea, but in a different way, the Arizona Asian Festival will once again bring an assortment...

From Hot Rods to Conventional Cars: The 2019 Phoenix Auto Show offers everything a...

By Samantha Molina Exotic cars, concept vehicles and cars installed with the latest automotive technologies will fill the Phoenix Convention Center Thursday, November 28, and Sunday, December 1, for the 2019 model Arizona International Auto...

Repping Our State: Arizona State Fair returns with The Cult and deep-fried Oreos

By Samantha Molina The scent of mouthwatering fried foods, heart-stopping rides and concert performances by award-winning artists like rapper Lil Pump and country’s Trace Adkins. Visitors can experience these things and more at the Arizona State...

‘Peeling Back the Layers’: Scottsdale International Film Festival merits discussion

By Connor Dziawura Amy Ettinger sees a problem with film audiences today: Indie gems aren’t as popular as they perhaps should be. “I wish I could say that the smaller, undiscovered films were as attractive to...

Project J.O.Y. Journey’s Arnel Pineda takes the stage for his home country

By: Christina Fuoco-Karasinski From The Entertainer! Arnel Pineda is using his fame as Journey’s lead singer to raise funds for his home country, the Philippines. He is teaming with Project J.O.Y. for a Friday, August 2, fundraiser...

Timeless Representations of Culture

Alvin Ailey theater celebrates 60 years and coming to Mesa Taylor O’Connor >> The Entertainer! Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s Clifton Brown knew he wanted to be a professional dancer since he was a 4-year-old in...
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Wrestling, unlimited tacos and Elle Woods this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle   WWE Royal Rumble Marathon January 25-January 29 Phoenix will host a full weekend of wrestling. The popular pay-per-view events will feature men's and women's Royal Rumble matches. VIP passes will get you meet and greets...

DIY projects, puppets and comic book stars this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle       Maricopa County Home Shows January 11-January 13 The Maricopa County Home Shows has been voted the best home show in Arizona and a top 10 national event since 1993. Arizona's largest home shows in...

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