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Mustaches, polo and Veterans Day this weekend

By Tuesday Mahrle When the weather cools in Phoenix, events around town come out of hiding and the weekends fill with a variety of festivals, concerts and parades. Not only do we have the opportunity...

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...

Dazzling Display: Scottsdale’s holiday celebration takes on new meaning

By Sarah Nguyen Not even a pandemic can stop the joys of the holiday season. Moving into its fifth year, Scottsdazzle is back for another monthlong celebration from November 6 to December 21. The holiday extravaganza will...

A Star Lineup: Devour at Home with the whole family this year

By Annika Tomlin | February 22, 2021 It’s no secret that restaurants around the Valley — and throughout the world — are hurting due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Devour Phoenix creator Kimber Lanning wanted to do...

‘Curiouser and Curiouser’: Theater Works offers dark journey into Wonderland

By Bridgette M. Redman | May 14, 2021 For some theater companies, the pandemic opened doors to long-considered innovative productions. For Theater Works, that meant a journey into the wild world of immersive theater that...

Recalling a Debut: Brad Arnold shares the stress of ‘Kryptonite’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | August 22, 2021 Editor's Note: Theory of a Deadman has canceled its initial plans to perform with 3 Doors Down. A DJ will now open the show. Guests can request refunds...

Planting a Seed: We Came As Romans rediscover its first album on tour

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | October 12, 2021 The Detroit-based metalcore outfit We Came As Romans is leading fans back to its first album, “To Plant a Seed,” on its twice-postponed tour. The jaunt was meant to...

Enlightening Tour: Bus drive embraces the holiday spirit

By Allison Brown | December 7, 2021 Cruising neighborhoods looking at Christmas lights is a tradition for many families, but sometimes the logistics do not work out. Kids complain because of the lack of lights and/or...

Living Large: Multitalented entertainer is the perform storm of talent

By Laura Latzko | February 11, 2022 Storm Large is known for her dynamic vocals and personality. The rock singer, author and playwright, who has appeared on “America’s Got Talent” and “Rock Star: Supernova,” hopes...

All That Jazz: Downtown, East Valley celebrates with dancing, festivities

By Alex Gallagher | April 5, 2022 It’s hard for William “Doc” Jones to believe it has been half a decade since he began his efforts to have his state recognize April as Jazz Appreciation...

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