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No Horsin’ Around: Equestrians take the Sun Circuit show seriously. Period.

By Annika Tomlin Horses are Bob Avila’s life. His parents, Don and Pat, owned and showed horses during his childhood in Northern California, and he followed their career path. In Temecula, California, he founded Avila Training...

Let There Be Rock: Innings Festival returns to Tempe for baseball-centric fun

By Christopher Boan A lineup of baseball and rock music descends upon Tempe Town Lake in late February for the third iteration of Innings Festival. Slated for Saturday, February 29, and Sunday, March 1, Innings Festival...

Button Up: Arizona State Button Society’s annual show returning to Avondale

By Sara Edwards The phrase “button up!” will have a different meaning this weekend in Avondale. Some people have memories of rummaging through their grandmother’s button tin or sewing box for stray materials. While some people...

Craft Beer, Cider, Kombucha and Mead: Cave Creek tackles variety with new spring festival

By Connor Dziawura Every year, thousands of people descend upon Cave Creek to experience great food. Comprised of dozens of food vendors and plenty of other entertainment, Taste of Cave Creek is arguably the town’s...

Devouring the Valley: This weeklong food event celebrates all things Arizona

By Annika Tomlin Kimber Lanning of Local First Arizona was upset that the press didn’t rate Phoenix as a desirable culinary destination. So, she took matters into her own hands and created Devour Week, a weeklong...

Returning Home: D-backs Fan Fest slides into Chase Field

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Arizona Diamondbacks Fan Fest is returning to Chase Field, where President and CEO Derrick Hall always wanted it to be. The annual event was held at the team’s Spring Training facility, Salt...

A Fire Inside: Model Erin Naas can’t live without her Arabian horses

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Erin Naas was born obsessed with horses. From the time she could walk or talk, Naas and her mom attended Mommy and Me riding lessons in her home state of California. “I would ride...

So Many Brews: Arizona Strong Beer Festival pours at Steele Indian School Park

By Christopher Boan A stacked lineup of craft brewers and beer aficionados will flock to Steele Indian School Park in early February for a special event. The 20th annual Strong Beer Festival, hosted by the Arizona Craft...

Medieval Talent: Performers show their unique skills at Renaissance Festival

By Connor Dziawura Renaissance fairs around the nation are breeding grounds for people with interesting talents. From unique skills to thrilling performances, these popular events tap the best they can find in medieval entertainment. The Arizona...

Just for Laughs: Comedian Joe Netherwood infuses humor into his artwork

By Sue Kern-Fleischer Life has a funny way of steering us in a different direction. And for acclaimed oil painter Joe Netherwood, life took a serious turn after he spent five years performing as a...

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