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The stage adaptation of the Dickensian classic “A Christmas Carol” has long been a staple at all levels of theater in Arizona. But that doesn’t mean it has to be the same-old same-old. more
Tempe residents will likely get the chance to weigh in on the much-discussed Tempe Entertainment District after the Tempe City Council has approved portions of the plan.  more
The APS Electric Light Parade will travel along 2.3 miles of Phoenix streets on Saturday, Dec. 3, so planning to attend and picking the right spot to view the event will take some … more
The annual Glendale Christmas parade didn’t have to look far to find its roots. more
People have made journeys outside as a way to socialize safely in the pandemic’s aftermath, with many picking up bird watching, or birding, as their hobby of choice. more
Super Bowl’s Spike scores grand marshal role in Phoenix holiday paradeSuper Bowl LVII official mascot Spike will preside as the Grand Marshal for the 35th annual APS Electric Light … more

The deadline for domestic airline travelers to need a federally compliant form of identification is coming up in six months. Arizona Department of Transportation officials said the best time to … more
People and pets from all over came dressed to impress at The Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships’ 11th annual day-long event Saturday, Nov. 5, at WestWorld. more
Scottsdale Arts’ Canal Convergence celebrates its 10th anniversary from Nov. 8–13 with a selection of new and old faces bringing art to the community at the Scottsdale Waterfront. more
Paradise Valley resident Larry Brecker shares more about his career as a photographer and how he was inspired by his wife Carol’s own art. more
The Arizona State Fair ended its 2022 run Sunday, tallying 1,384,269 visitors who enjoyed food, games and rides while setting a record for charitable giving. During the 23-day run of the 138th … more
The Goodyear Recreation and Aquatics Center will be closed to the public between No. 14 to Jan. 2 for warranty repairs including flooring replacement, concrete repairs, gym floor painting, youth … more
Scottsdale residents may be familiar with Frank Lloyd Wright’s residence and school at Taliesin West, but one Phoenix-based photographer has been pursuing a life-long project of visiting and taking photos of every Wright creation across the country. more

Each year the Paradise Valley Arts Board honors an artist in the community with the opportunity to present their work in a year-long display at Town Hall where visitors and residents alike can enjoy the pieces and purchase them. more
After a two-year hiatus, a combined classical music concert and art exhibit returns to the spotlight Saturday, Nov. 5, in The Grand’s Sonoran Plaza Ballroom, 19753 N. Remington Drive. more
For a 29th year, Historic Downtown Glendale will be aglow for the holidays. more
Starting Nov. 4, Canal Convergence welcomes the Dutch art duo known as AlexP to the annual arts festival and will display one of their digital art pieces during the weeks-long celebration.  more
New is always better. The Arizona Coyotes are hoping that is the case as they embark on a new era in Tempe with a fresh batch of faces. more
Arizona Theatre Company will move to Tempe beginning with its 2023-24 season, performing at Tempe Center for the Arts, a state-of-the-art venue within the arts and culture hub of Tempe.  more
Tempe has long been a cultural center in the Valley. From the home of wildly successful bands, such as the Gin Blossoms, to a multitude of murals, the city has made the arts a focal point of its daily life.  more

The West Valley Arts Council, a nonprofit and arts advocacy group, wants west-side artists to know that there are plenty of ways to get involved as the group announces several upcoming … more
Glendale Community College faculty member, and acclaimed playwright, Kirt Shineman is having one of his works performed at the ASU Kerr Cultural Center this week. more
The Florence Community Library has been chosen as just one of eight public libraries across the country – and the only one in Arizona – to host “Moon, Mars, & Beyond,” an … more
Schnepf Farms in Queen Creek is ready to start the Halloween season with its 25th annual “Pumpkin & Chili Party.” The party runs every Thursday-Sunday in October starting Saturday, … more
The Hale Centre Theatre has begun a nine-week run for a crime thriller, “Wait Until Dark.”  The play, based on the 1967 Audrey Hepburn film, runs Mondays and Tuesdays at the … more
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