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VIZIN

5 questions with VIZIN, “The Mariah Carey of Drag”

Meet VIZIN, the gender-fluid drag queen who lost 200 pounds, moved to Hollywood from a North Dakota reservation and beat Taylor Swift on the dance charts. With a three-octave voice, VIZIN, who was also...
Howl-O-Ween

Howl-O-Ween: Bring the pups and celebrate the season downtown

By Heather Copfer   Grab your furry four-legged friends and a wicked costume. The first Howl-O-Ween dog costume parade is Sunday, October 28, at Margaret T. Hance Park in Downtown Phoenix. The event, which will be on...

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...

Arizona Sage Art Market: Event offers ‘Main Street’ shopping experience

By Annika Tomlin | January 19, 2021 The Arizona Sage Art Market will bring together 30 artists from various mediums during its sixth annual event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, January 30. Admission...

A ‘Life Skill’ to Learn: Desert Foothills plans musical theater camp

By Bridgette M. Redman | June 4, 2021 Sandi Carll has done summer theater camps before. Now, in a new role as Desert Foothills Theater’s education director, she’s planning to bring the best of what...
Mother's Day

Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

Leave the cooking and cleaning behind at these eateries Daisy Finch   Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Each mom has her own style and taste, so one—or many—of these deals across the Valley will appeal...
Phoestivus

Phoestivus For the Rest of Us

Phoenix Public Market hosts a time-honored holiday tradition   By Madison Rutherford    Popularized by the ’90s sitcom Seinfeld, Festivus is a made-up holiday that combats the commercialism and stress of the Christmas season with absurd traditions such...

Back in the Saddle: Rodeo Scottsdale continues for the 67th year

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Rodeo is in Dave Alford’s blood. He rode in the late ’60s and early ’70s, until he fell into rodeo production. Four decades later, he’s producing the Rodeo Scottsdale, which has bucked its...

Prancing Horses: Ferraris headlining the Glendale Mecum Auction

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | March 8, 2021 Ferraris are taking center stage at Mecum Auctions’ third annual event at State Farm Stadium from March 18 to March 20. The 1,200-car lineup will be headlined by Steve...
Art of Chocolate A’fair

Art of Chocolate A’fair moves to Gilbert

By Lynette Carrington    Gilbert residents and lovers of chocolate will be able to indulge Friday, February 2, to Sunday, February 4 now that the Art of Chocolate A’fair has moved from Carefree to Gilbert. “Frankly, we...

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