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Stormy Weather: ‘The Lighthouse’ drowns in the madness of its own making

By Glenn Heath Jr. “The Lighthouse” looks like a lost film that’s just been recently discovered after years of being submerged underwater. The grainy, blustery black-and-white imagery has a weathered quality made all the more...

Repping Our State: Arizona State Fair returns with The Cult and deep-fried Oreos

By Samantha Molina The scent of mouthwatering fried foods, heart-stopping rides and concert performances by award-winning artists like rapper Lil Pump and country’s Trace Adkins. Visitors can experience these things and more at the Arizona State...

The Great Gig on the Grass: Jamie Morrison brings English polo to WestWorld

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Jamie Morrison is used to making an entrance. As a child, his father, the late Bryan Morrison, was a record mogul who managed Pink Floyd and published Wham!, Elton John and the Bee...

‘Peeling Back the Layers’: Scottsdale International Film Festival merits discussion

By Connor Dziawura Amy Ettinger sees a problem with film audiences today: Indie gems aren’t as popular as they perhaps should be. “I wish I could say that the smaller, undiscovered films were as attractive to...

In Other Galaxies: Babymetal meets outside forces on third album

By Connor Dziawura Babymetal is growing up. The kawaii metal band—“kawaii” is the Japanese word for cute—joined forces in 2010, when its frontwomen were just preteens. Now nearly a decade later and with its members in their...

Zellweger does Garland proud: Actress stars in Rupert Goold’s sturdy biopic

By Glenn Heath Jr. Much has been made of Renee Zellweger’s recent semi-retirement from acting. Most of the problematic scuttlebutt revolved around perceived changes to her physical appearance, the kind of rumors that once sold...

The Pack Expands: Arizona will soon welcome Great Wolf Lodge waterpark resort

By Octavio Serrano With electronic devices dominating dinners and vacations, Great Wolf Lodge is aiming to bring families back together with its new location in Scottsdale. “Our goal is designed to help families reconnect and create...

Taco Guild introduces exciting new brunch menu

By Lynette Carrington At first glance, the stately building north of 7th Street and Osborn Road in Phoenix may appear to be a church. That would be partially correct. Taco Guild is housed in a deconsecrated...

6 essential farmers markets to visit in Phoenix

By Dan Hodges The sweltering Arizona summers keep many of us inside and cause some outdoor venues to shut down until fall. That includes several Phoenix-area farmers markets. But you don’t have to go without...

Hotel Adeline just steps away from all the Scottsdale action

Article and Food Images by Lynette Carrington, Hotel Adeline Images Courtesy of Hotel Adeline A large sign at the entrance to Hotel Adeline proclaims, “WTF,” meaning, “Where's The Fun?” Hotel Adeline is as much of...

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