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A large gathering of masked performers returns as an in-person festival this September. Cultural Coalition’s Fourth Annual Mask Alive Festival will be 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, at Pioneer … more
“Donda” by Kanye West (Def Jam/UMG) Kanye West donned a full face mask to host three livestreamed listening parties for his 10th studio album. Beyond that, he didn't say a word, or even tweet. … more
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — Michael Keaton leads … more
“Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequality in America,” by Eyal Press (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) In “Dirty Work,” flying military drones, patrolling a prison and … more
“The Heart Principle,” by Helen Hoang (Berkley) “The Heart Principle,” by bestselling author Helen Hoang, is a gripping love story. Ann Sun has been struggling as of late. A … more
“A Slow Fire Burning,” by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead Books) “A Slow Fire Burning” is a funny title for a book that neither feels slow nor burns very hot. Simmers is a better word. The … more
Paul Tagliabue left his job as commissioner of the NFL in 2006 and didn't get selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame until last year. If that seems odd for a man who guided the NFL for 17 … more
NBC's Olympics coverage has long been built on a foundation of human-interest stories and showcasing athletes' road to the Games. The same philosophies will apply to the coverage of Paralympics, … more
At Lost Dutchman State Park, 6109 N. Apache Trail in Apache Junction, there are creepy things crawling in the dark. Scorpions find their way into all the nooks and crannies of the desert and after … more
“History of a Feeling,” Madi Diaz (ANTI-) Singer-songwriter Madi Diaz is simply stunning on “History of a Feeling,” her debut album with her new label ANTI-. Rage, despair, love and … more
The pandemic has been cruel to more than a few movie genres, but have any been so hampered by the current state of the world as the vacation comedy? Early on, it reminded us of what we couldn’t … more
Chandler Center for the Arts celebrates the rich cultural history of Mexico through vibrant music and dance at the 22nd Annual Mariachi and Folklorico Festival. The 7 p.m. Oct. 2 event at the … more
A large gathering of masked performers returns as an in-person festival this September. Cultural Coalition’s Fourth Annual Mask Alive Festival will be 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, at Pioneer … more
Improvised adult humor from The Improv Syndicate is Sunday, Aug. 29, at the Gold Stallion restaurant, 6030 S. Kings Ranch Road in Gold Canyon. The free show starts at 6 p.m. No cover. “If … more
“If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power,” by Halsey (Capitol) Halsey gave birth this summer and she supplied her own baby gift — a terrific new album in a new musical direction. The … more
The music world is mourning the loss of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts, who died almost two years to the day after the band’s final Arizona appearance, in Glendale. more
There's an urban legend that says if you repeat the name “Candyman” aloud five times in front of a mirror, you summon a hook-handed killer. After seeing Nia DaCosta's film of the same name, … more
The death of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts drew swift reaction, including from rock ‘n’ roll royalty including Elton John and Paul McCartney. The word “great” was among the … more
“Screen Violence,” by CHVRCHES (EMI/Glassnote Records) The fourth studio album from Scottish synth-pop group CHVRCHES was already sounding great before they did something to push it into the … more
“The Guide,” by Peter Heller (Alfred A. Knopf) In his new mystery, author Peter Heller pulls off a rare balancing act once again: He gives us fast-paced action and intrigue, interspersed with … more
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