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From Basketball to Mirror Ball: Iman Shumpert is coming into his own

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 3, 2022 When free agent basketball star Iman Shumpert watched “Dancing with the Stars” co-star JoJo Siwa, he thought there was no way he was going to win the season...

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...
Family and school

The best spots in Phoenix for reasonable real estate and good schools

Most people would love to snag a reasonably priced home as long as it's in good shape, in a decent area and offers a not-too-burdensome commute. However, families need to make another calculation: proximity...
Tumbleweed Tree Lighting & Parade of Lights

The holidays are here this weekend!

By Tuesday Mahrle Featured Event: Tumbleweed Tree Lighting & Parade of Lights Get ready to light up your night and ring in the holidays at the City Government of Chandler, Arizona's 61st Annual Tumbleweed Tree Lighting. The free...
Dark Lullaby

‘Dark Lullaby’, a unique film noir musical, comes to Phoenix

By Ally Richmond Murders and musicals come together to form Sheri Amourr and Serene Dominic’s latest creation: Dark Lullaby. This show centers around a musician who finds himself in the middle of an accidental murder...

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...

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...

Committed to the Community: D-backs pivot Race Against Cancer to virtual run

By Kendall Rooker Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall says cancer does not sleep. It isn’t going to go away, even though the world is plagued with coronavirus. “It is vital right now to give back,”...

Inner Peace: Crystal Bowl Healing Concerts support nonprofits

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 3, 2021 Treasure Milinovich is hoping to help others find inner peace during the pandemic by hosting the Second Sunday Sound Healing Concerts at Local Jonny’s patio, 6033 E. Cave...

Just for Laughs: Comedy competition gives comics a place to start

By Laura Latzko | May 6, 2021 Many comedians spend years performing at comedy clubs and open mics to establish their career. While doing this, they often have to hold a day job and perform...

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