Newest Phoenix Food Stores to Feature Original Mural by Artist Kenneth Keene

The City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture partnered with Fry’s Food Stores to commission local artist Kenneth Keene, an experienced muralist and former art educator, to create a mural in the new Fry’s Food Stores in north Phoenix. The mural is featured on the wall near the main entrance of the store. Located at 26300 N. Norterra Parkway, the store is scheduled to open on … [More]

Camelback Mountain’s Cholla Trail Set to Reopen

Rick McCartney

Popular Phoenix hiking trail Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain will reopen to the public on Sept. 30, 2022. The trail has been closed due to construction and a trailhead realignment that moves the trailhead from Cholla Lane to Invergordon Road. The new trailhead will now offer hikers amenities such as a drinking fountain, restrooms and bike racks. Since the closure of … [More]

D-Backs Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Weekend Friday through Sunday

Rick McCartney

The Arizona Diamondbacks will celebrate the Latino community during the 24th annual Hispanic Heritage Weekend, presented by Estrella Jalisco and supported by Cox, Honeywell, Arizona Milk Producers and APS, this Friday-Sunday at Chase Field. This will be the second straight year the event has included 3 days of festivities with each game highlighting different cultures and … [More]

Miraval Resorts & Spas Debuts Miraval Mindful Weddings

Miraval Resorts & Spas, a global leader in wellness destinations, announces its first ever wellbeing wedding offering, the Miraval mindful wedding. Available to book beginning this fall at Miraval Berkshires, the Miraval mindful wedding is a multi-day, immersive experience customized to honor the couple’s intentions. This one-of-a-kind wedding journey includes a thoughtful … [More]

‘Hamilton’ Stars to Perform in Scottsdale

Javier Muñoz and Mandy Gonzalez, the Broadway stars of “Hamilton” and “In the Heights,” will join voices on Sept. 24 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in a special performance. Titled “Hitting New Heights,” the show will celebrate Broadway’s hottest composers, from Stephen Schwartz to Lin-Manuel Miranda. Songs from “Wicked,” “Hamilton” and more will be part of … [More]

First Responders Honored at D-Backs Game Sat., Sept. 3

The Arizona Diamondbacks will honor the heroes serving our community during AMR Public Safety Recognition Night tomorrow/Saturday, September 3, highlighted by $30,000 in donations by the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation to the 100 Club of Arizona, PLEA Charities (Phoenix Law Enforcement Association) and United Phoenix Firefighters Charities. Each group will receive a $10,000 … [More]

Getting Out of Town over Labor Day Weekend?

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ With the Phoenix heat still tipping the thermometers on the side of uncomfortable, an escape over Labor Day weekend to cooler destinations sure has an appeal. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport has recently ranked the 11th busiest airport in the world and 9th busiest in the U.S. for … [More]

Great Labor Day Stays in Arizona include All the Fun

Celebrate Labor Day Weekend around the Valley or up in Sedona. Book now for some additional amenities that are fun for the whole family or just a great get away. JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa | Paradise Valley Celebrate Labor Day Weekend at JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa, located in affluent Paradise Valley surrounded by … [More]

River of Time Museum Invites You to ‘Cruise Down the River’ for a Good Cause

Imagine yourself in an open-cockpit Stearman biplane soaking up the Sonoran Desert vistas and mountains. The scene will be reality for the lucky raffle winner of the Commemorative Air Force’s generous donation for a flight on its Stearman N2S-3, out of Mesa’s Falcon Field. The plane, known simply as a Stearman, is the basic military trainer for the United States Army Air … [More]

Hit Comedy Comes to Pop-Up Venue at Arizona Center

Arizona Center, a shopping, dining and entertainment destination in the heart of downtown Phoenix, prepares to welcome the “smashed” hit comedy, Drunk Shakespeare, for a limited run, Aug. 25, 2022 through Jan. 14, 2023 at The Rose Theatre. Created by Scott Griffin and David Hudson and directed by Hudson and Lisa Klages, Drunk Shakespeare is a New York Times’ Critic’s Pick … [More]

The Rise of Downtown Breweries

by Taylor Costello

The artists and the breweries shall inherit downtown. Almost as an act of magic, a few key breweries started gaining traction almost overnight several years back throughout the Roosevelt and Downtown areas. Specifically, 2019 was the year both Grand Avenue Brewing and Wilderness DTPHX opened. Greenwood came in 2020. There was a time when the concept of brewing … [More]

The Symphony’s 76th Concert Season to Feature Premiere, Solo Performances and World-Class Talent in Phoenix

The Phoenix Symphony (TPS) is announcing its 2022-23 concert season, which features performances at Symphony Hall and also embarks on a series of concerts at venues across the Valley, including Mesa Arts Center, Orpheum Theatre, Camelback Bible Church and the Symphony’s newest venue partner, the Madison Center for the Arts. The season will launch with A Romantic Evening at … [More]

SRP Resurrecting Forgotten Fine Art Collection

While not generally known as a collector of fine art, Salt River Project (SRP) actually boasts an impressive collection with dozens of important pieces. Over the past several decades, SRP, the nation’s third-largest not-for-profit utility, has purchased artwork that helps tell the story of power and water. Until recently however, much of the collected works sat in storage or … [More]

Events Happening Around Town This Weekend at ‘The Districts’

With summer quickly coming to a close and the return of school, events are still happening around town. From North Phoenix to Tempe, don’t miss these upcoming events at Tempe Marketplace and Desert Ridge Marketplace. Photo Experience with Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live – This Friday, Aug. 5, a Hot Wheels Monster Truck is coming to Desert Ridge Marketplace for the ultimate … [More]

Eight of the Valley’s Most Popular Podcasts in Front of a Live Audience, Aug 2

PodPopuli, the full-service retail podcast experience located in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, is thrilled to be presenting its second Pod-A-Palooza, a unique live event featuring 8 popular locally-based podcasts. The show - which kicks off at 6pm on Tuesday, August 2 - will be held at Social Tap located at 4312 N Brown Ave in Scottsdale. "Podcasting is such a powerful … [More]

Arizona Opera’s Film Project ‘The Copper Queen’ Debuts

Arizona Opera is proud to announce that The Copper Queen, the company’s first feature film, is among the official selections for the inaugural Opera on Film series, part of Opera Philadelphia’s Festival O22. The film is one of only 20 selections out of a field of 800 submissions to be selected for the series. LOCAL CALL-TO-ACTION: Arizonans can escape the summer heat and … [More]

Sunday Supper Club at Mountain Shadows

Join Chef Charles Wiley at Mountain Shadows Hearth '61 restaurant for their Sunday Supper Club, where the only requisite for membership is to show up and enjoy. One Sunday a month, he feature an incredible winery, distillery or local purveyor. Savor four courses thoughtfully paired with beverages and enjoy conversation from Chef Charles Wiley and the special guest. Experience a … [More]

On Your Feet! The story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan’ Opens

Rick McCartney

Three Generations, One Inspiring True Story! Rekindle your love for Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine and experience the true story of a superstar led by three generations of incredible women! On Your Feet! is guaranteed to get you in the groove this summer and pull at your heartstrings, featuring standout performances from Kassandra Haddock (Gloria Estefan), Karmine … [More]

New Public Artwork at Scottsdale Waterfront

A new public artwork has joined the Scottsdale Public Art Permanent Collection to liven up a local attraction. Scottsdale Public Art worked with artist Annette Coleman to design and install mosaic artwork enhancements at the splash pad near Marshall Way Bridge at the Scottsdale Waterfront. The splash pad is a user-activated, low-water-use, plaza-style splash pad … [More]

New Exhibit Uses Virtual Reality to Highlight Climate and Environmental Justice

Arizona Heritage Center’s first exhibit with virtual reality, Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice, opens July 12 in Tempe and will run through early December.   Valley residents are on the front-lines of discussion related to the historically low water levels on the Colorado River Watershed. This interactive exhibit investigates how this critical water … [More]

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