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The Arizona Historical Society has announced its reopening timeline for the Arizona Heritage Center at Papago Park in Tempe. more
Fountain Hills Theater announces its first post-shutdown production and first live “Drive-In” Broadway revue, June 11-13. more
Arizona Theatre Company’s podcast series, “Hang and Focus,” is available on its website as well as on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and YouTube. New episodes will be released every … more
The Heard Museum has announced its reopening timeline with new policies and procedures in place. more
The Phoenix Symphony has named veteran arts administrator Kate Francis the new chief development officer to begin her new role on June 1. more
Another flyover is coming to the Valley, this time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, according to a release. The Commemorative Air Force will conduct a historic … 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
Arizona Cardinals superstar wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald teams up with Steak 44, Ocean 44 and Dominick’s to deliver meals to frontline healthcare workers. more
Although Valley Youth Theatre had to cancel the last two shows of its 31st season, upcoming performing arts camps and classes for the spring, which impacted revenue, the award-winning … more
A virtual concert featuring the songs and story of Americano! The Musical is scheduled for 9 p.m. (CDT) Friday, April 24 and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Phoenix Theatre Company. more
The Cosanti Foundation in Paradise Valley is hosting a special “Ring for Hope” virtual event to recognize those affected by the pandemic. more
Although Arizona Theatre Company’s production of “The Legend of George McBride” was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, a recorded show is being offered for a limited-time through April 15. 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
Shemer Art Center invites you to participate in one of its many art classes from the comfort of your home so get your pencils and paint brushes ready. 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
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
Out of “love and care” for visitors, members, volunteers, and staff, the Phoenix Art Museum, at 1625 N. Central Ave., has temporarily closed its galleries, retail space, the Lemon Art Research Library, and other physical spaces through April 6. more
Originally scheduled for April 4-5, due to mounting public health concerns, the 40th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade has been postponed until fall. more
Local artist, Isaac Nicholas Caruso, 31, will design and paint a mural on the front of The Bob & Renee Parsons Place for Art and Transformation building. more
With ongoing events related to COVID-19 (coronavirus), Taco Fest at Salt River Fields, that was originally scheduled for Saturday, April 4, is postponed indefinitely. more
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