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Running Through the Ages: Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon promotes a community of fitness

By Octavio Serrano Runners fear they may not finish a race, but at the 2019 Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Arizona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, they’re encouraged by the sound of music.  The 17th annual Rock ‘n’...

Arizona Fine Art Expo: Mesa artist Jordan Byrd uses the egg as a palette

By Sue Kern-Fleischer Jordan Byrd’s Mesa loft and studio are filled with eggs—but not the cooking kind. Instead, the 29-year-old artist and owner of Inside the Byrd’s Nest is one just a few artists in...

Nom Nom Noodles Festival: Peoria entrepreneur brings a taste of his childhood to the...

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Jay Kwan longed for the taste of Asian food he had as a child, so he founded the Arizona Nom Nom Noodles Festival with some of the Valley’s best vendors and restaurants. The...

Four Days of Cinema: Chandler fest presents international crop of films

By Kevin Reagan From cult classics to political documentaries, this month’s Chandler International Film Festival promises to deliver a diverse lineup of films for local moviegoers. The four-day event from January 17 to January 20 will...

Fresh Concepts: Dave Kindig is selling his ‘bitchin’ rides’ at Barrett-Jackson

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Dave Kindig vividly remembers his first visit to Barrett-Jackson. The host of Velocity’s “Bitchin’ Rides,” Kindig was impressed by the caliber of available vehicles and the showmanship of the auctioneers.  “I went with a...

Hello 2020: Ring in the new decade with these events

By Connor Dziawura New Year’s Eve is an important time of year. It’s a time to reflect. It’s a time to celebrate. And it’s a time to spend the night with friends and family. It feels...

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...

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