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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...

Holiday Tradition: ‘The Nutcracker’ makes its regular visits throughout the Valley

By Bridgette Redman Can’t get enough of “The Nutcracker”? There are plenty to choose from in the Phoenix area.   Phoenix Ballet Professional dancers perform to Tchaikovsky’s score using the choreography and unique storytelling of their artistic director,...

Step Into Christmas: 14 activities to brighten the holidays

By Annika Tomlin November means the lights will be hung and carols will be sung. The holiday season is approaching so it’s time to gather friends and family and celebrate. Here are a few of the...

The First Family of Fear: Zack Busse relishes in scaring Halloween fans

Zack Busse knows the haunted house industry well. He practically grew up around Phoenix’s 13th Floor and Fear Farm. This year is Fear Farm’s 20th anniversary and it’s kicking it old school for the celebration. “Back...

Top 5 places to watch a Valley sunset

By Susanna Eckstein Phoenix has the most beautiful sunsets in the country. But what’s a beautiful sunset without a beautiful place to watch it? We’ve compiled a list of the top places in the Valley...
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Valentine’s Day Getaways Near Phoenix

By Phoenix.org Staff   Arizona is for lovers, what with our statehood day falling on February 14th. With majestic mountains, stunning vistas, and of course the Grand Canyon, Arizona has so much to offer within a...
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5 outdoor ice rinks for the holiday

By Tuesday Mahrle Even with our lower winter temperatures, Phoenix will never get "cold" as those who live north of us understand the term. In the Valley of the Sun, the temperature might dip below freezing...

Three family-friendly holiday events in northern Arizona

The holiday season in the North Valley offers myriad merry adventures, from the billions of blinking bulbs at Illumination: Symphony of Light to Santa rocking around Arizona’s tallest Christmas tree at The Outlets at...
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Where to see ‘The Nutcracker’ this Winter

By Madison Rutherford   ‘Tis the season for life-size toys, pirouetting sugar plums, rodent armies and waltzing flowers. The Nutcracker is a holiday institution that has been synonymous with the Christmas spirit for decades. The timeless...
Alternative Black Friday

Alternative Black Friday: Breaking Black Friday Norms in Downtown Phoenix

By Shannon Haupert   Just hours after consuming turkey on Thanksgiving Day, shoppers line up at the most popular stores in the U.S. to get deals that appear to be one-of-a-kind. Black Friday has become an epidemic,...

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