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While there are fire bans and social distancing requirements, White Tank Mountain Regional Park is open for fun. The park, located about 25 minutes northwest of Litchfield Park at 20304 W. White … more
Live music has returned to Litchfield Park. Local trio Copper Sunrise will play 6-9 p.m. Friday, May 29 at Old Pueblo Cafe, 102 N. Old Litchfield Road, Litchfield Park. Social distancing will be … more
Since 1925, Arizona Highways has been sharing the history, culture and natural beauty of Arizona with readers around the world. And along the way, it has featured some of the most talented writers … more
Moonlight Movie Night will host a special Tuesday night drive-in movie experience at Westgate Entertainment Distict, 6751 N. Sunset Blvd. in Glendale, featuring “The Book of Life” and … more
The Priscilla Rose Duo is bringing its live tunes to live streaming. The duo, who were regular performers across the West Valley in the pre-quarantine days before COVID-19 made stay-at-home … more
Due to the complications of the COVID-19 crisis, Ballet Arizona and Estrella Mountain Community College creatively reimagined “Dancing Across the Valley,” the residency and performance … more
West Valley Arts Council, 16126 N. Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, announced that Sandra Bassett, an accomplished arts and culture and business professional, is its new president and chief executive … more
Wednesday, April 22, marks Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, and although coronavirus precautions have canceled at least one West Valley gathering event, residents can still mobilize online. The … more
The EMCC Community Choir, from Estrella Mountain Community College, 3000 N. Dysart Road, Avondale, on April 14 made the call to postpone its scheduled May 12 spring concert due to coronavirus … more
Maricopa County regional parks are still open for safe recreation during these times of coronavirus precautions, and another option still is to “visit” the Arizona State Park trail system … more
Try to understand how busy local musician Tom Mein was before the coronavirus pandemic. He plays guitar with 56 (rockabilly/rock and roll), Tom Mein and the NEXT Band (instrumental … more
When Governor Doug Ducey imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a point stressed throughout his March 30 executive order was that while residents should follow all … more
If there is any sort of positive spirit to consider during social isolation’s downtime for an otherwise very active live band, it may be each individual’s renewed focus on … more
      West Valley Arts Council launches online virtual tour Current exhibits available for viewing – from a safe distance In response to safe physical distancing … more
Arizona Citizens for the Arts has organized a 24-hour virtual telethon with live-streamed performances and appearances by Arizona artists, celebrities, business owners and elected officials statewide from 5 p.m. Friday, April 3 to 4:59 p.m. Saturday, April 4. more
The COVID-19 shutdown has touched every element of everyday life, from social interaction to public gatherings to fun outings to essential income. For those in the live music business, that means … more
Responding to the recent state of emergency, the Arizona Restaurant Association is creating a new marketing strategy to help support local dining establishments with the debut of Arizona Takeout Week. more
The spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, may have canceled events that bring Goodyear and Southwest Valley residents together at venues around the region, but it can’t stop the city from … more
Kyle Petty Charity Ride, Inc. announced Monday, March 23 its decision to postpone its 26th Anniversary Kyle Petty Charity Ride Across America. Originally scheduled May 2–8, the Ride will now … more
Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment, which operates casinos in Glendale, Tucson, Sahuarita and Why (Ajo) on behalf of the Tohono O’odham Nation’s gaming enterprise, announced it … more
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