MOVE: The Modern Cut of Geoffrey Beene Opens at The Phoenix Art Museum

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MOVE: The Modern Cut of Geoffrey Beene celebrates the dynamic fashions of the late designer, renowned for revolutionizing American sportswear and for his trailblazing runway ballets. Featuring garments drawn from the institution’s Geoffrey Beene Archive, the exhibition showcases a wide array of jumpsuits, jackets, dresses, and more, along with materials and ephemera from … [More]

Scottsdale Arts Opens Two New Exhibitions in February

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In February, Scottsdale Arts Learning & Innovation will open two new exhibitions — “Unintended Consequences” (pictured above) and “con∙text” — examining human actions and how they affect the world and the people inhabiting it. “Unintended Consequences” features the combined talents of artists Carolyn Lavender, Monica Aissa Martinez and Mary Shindell. The exhibition … [More]

14th Annual Ikebana Exhibit at the Japanese Friendship Garden, Feb. 4 & 5

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Ikebana - a world of beauty February 4th & 5th 9:00 am - 4:00 pm The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix invites you to our 14th Annual Ikebana Exhibit Ikebana – a World of Beauty. Presented by AZ Sonoran Desert Sogetsu Study Group (SDSSG). What is Ikebana? Ikebana is the traditional Japanese art of flower arrangement. It is a practice that brings joy and renewal … [More]

Super Bowl LVII Selects Stampede Stallions Art Project in Scottsdale to Showcase

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Vanessa Ortiz grew up knowing her mom would do whatever it would take to stretch their budget to ensure her daughter had access to art. Later, her mom would re-direct her creativity when Ortiz started to turn to graffiti by having her daughter volunteer at galleries. As life always goes, a series of choices, decisions, and a leap of faith has brought Ortiz to where she is … [More]

Yelp Reveals Its 10th Annual Top 100 Places to Eat, Arizona Gems Getting Noticed

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Yelp, the company that connects people with great local businesses, today announced its 10th annual Top 100 Places to Eat list, celebrating the must-visit restaurants across the United States. Each year, Yelp analyzes the millions of reviews on its platform and considers suggestions from its community of users to name the best local eateries, including food trucks, cafes and … [More]

Reviewers Are Fascinated by Constellations! at The Phoenix Theatre Company

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If you’ve ever wondered – what if? – this spellbinding story of fate, chance, and choice is a cosmic collision of romance and relativity. Playing through January 29, 2023. Marianne is a physicist and Roland is a beekeeper. After meeting at a barbecue, their lives are changed forever. Set in the multiverse, the trope of “boy meets girl” suddenly becomes more complicated – … [More]

Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction Begins, Jan. 21 – 29

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Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, will feature The Northside Customs Collection, a select group of original American muscle, Resto-Mods, and late-model cars and trucks that will be offered with No Reserve during the annual Scottsdale Auction at WestWorld of Scottsdale, January 21-29, 2023. “Over the years our Scottsdale Auction has offered some of … [More]

Phoenix Artist ‘La Morena’ Partners with NFL for Super Bowl LVII Mural to Spotlight Indigenous Communities

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From buildings wrapped in hot pink decals to new palm trees being planted, Downtown Phoenix is gearing up for Super Bowl LVII.  Local artists have also been tapped to paint several murals in the city. The National Football League (NFL) has partnered with Phoenix artist Lucinda “La Morena“ Hinojos, who is the first Chicana, Native American artist to work with the … [More]

Octane Raceway Opening Early for Those Off on Monday

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If you have the day off Octane Raceway invites you to get in and get in early - they will be opening at 10am! Octane Raceway is the first of its kind in Scottsdale AZ, and is privately owned and operated by its founder/CEO, Scott Sanders. Octane has a third mile track which winds inside and outside. It is the only full time indoor/outdoor track in the United … [More]

First Friday LIVE: Celebration of a New Year at The Herberger Center, Jan. 6

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Outside at the Herberger Theater Center Join us for this evening of Celebration of a New Year, featuring talent from around the valley, as we bring together live music, performances, art, and more! Indulge in snacks and specialty cocktails at The Spotlight Bar while you browse the vendors and view the art exhibits upstairs. PRESENTED BY HERBERGER THEATER CENTER JANUARY … [More]

New Artsline Spotlight Artist Celebrates Arts and Sports

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The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. Artsline celebrates creativity, culture and community throughout the rail corridor. JUST is an emerging artist, dedicating himself to becoming a full-time artist only two years ago. Influenced by his past football career, utilizing skills of discipline … [More]

‘The Secret Comedy of Women’ at Herberger Theater through Jan. 22

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A cross between Carol Burnett and Saturday Night Live! You are invited to laugh with the women in your life until you cry...or pee. Experience this truly brilliant and uplifting female comedy that explores the women's world with joy, heart and intelligent wit. This fast-paced journey from girlhood to womanhood will reawaken the connections between you and your fellow … [More]

The Phoenix Symphony Presents ‘Purely Classical’ Concert Jan. 6-8

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The Phoenix Symphony is announcing the Purely Classical concert on Jan. 6-8 at Symphony Hall. The performances will be held 7:30 p.m. Jan. 6, 7:30 p.m. Jan. 7, and 2 p.m. Jan. 8. Tickets are available for purchase on The Phoenix Symphony’s website. The Phoenix Symphony’s Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz will conduct the performance. “Audiences frequently … [More]

Coors Light to Ring in the New Year in Phoenix with Free Rides on Valley Metro

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On Dec. 31, Molson Coors will be ringing in more than just the new year — the company is ringing in their largest Free Rides program year yet. Molson Coors will once again be offering free mass transit on New Year’s Eve through the 2022 Coors Light Free Rides program. To help metro Phoenix area residents responsibly celebrate one of the busiest nights of the year, free rides … [More]

Performances Coming to Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts in January  

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Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts welcomes the new year with new performances in January, from a legendary American vocal group and a Grammy®-winning classical ensemble to a heartwarming play about one of America’s greatest sitcoms and a Broadway superstar best known as Elphaba in “Wicked.” Below is the schedule of concerts and other performances at Scottsdale Center … [More]

5 Holiday-Themed Bars and Restaurants in Downtown Phoenix

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If you’re not in the holiday mood yet, several bars and restaurants in Downtown Phoenix will get you there. With thousands of lights, specialty cocktails and snow globes to dine in, restaurants around the city have been transformed. New items have been added to menus, including a giant turkey leg, and national pop-up bars have come to town to spread holiday … [More]

Childsplay’s Record-Breaking Production of ‘Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer’ Returns through Dec. 24

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Childsplay Theatre, a pioneer in theatre-for-youth since 1977, is bringing Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer back to the Herberger Theater in its 46th season. The holiday classic soars off the screen in this musical adaptation of the beloved television special. Adapted by Robert Penola, with Music and Lyrics by Johnny Marks, RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER™ is filled with … [More]

Phoenix Symphony Announces New Year’s Eve Concert

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The Phoenix Symphony is announcing Megan Hilty, a Broadway powerhouse, will sing at the New Year’s Eve Concert with guest conductor Stuart Chafetz also performing. The audience will ring in the New Year with a champagne toast. The New Year’s Eve Concert is 7:30 p.m. December 31 at Symphony Hall. Tickets are available for purchase on The Phoenix Symphony’s website. Best … [More]

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