Supporting the Arts Never Tasted Better

2019 Burger Battle and more The Scottsdale League for the Arts, which was formed in 1978, is a nonprofit volunteer organization that support artists, arts programs and arts education by presenting food-oriented fundraising events throughout the year. The League awards all net funds raised to a variety of arts focused organizations through a grant program each summer. This year’s grant funding supports thousands through the 25 selected organizations, serving at-risk youth, hospitalized children, young composers, … [Read More...]

Mayors Proclaim March 2 ‘Dr. Seuss Day’ at the Library

‘Storytime’ events to be held throughout the month Carefree Mayor Les Peterson and Cave Creek Mayor Ernie Bunch signed a joint proclamation declaring Desert Foothills Library’s commitment to children’s literacy and promoting reading in our community in honor of Dr. Seuss’s Birthday. March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s 115th birthday, and Desert Foothills Library will celebrate throughout March with a full month of Dr. Seuss themed programs. Programs will include the March 2 Birthday Party at 2pm and Saturday morning “storytime” … [Read More...]



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Cirque du Soleil Returns to Phoenix with New Big Top Show

Cirque du Soleil's new critically acclaimed production, Amaluna, opened in Phoenix March 15 for an engagement of 38 performances under the iconic … [Read More...]

Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Faire to be Held March 16

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Irish Faire committee is gearing up for its annual event, to be held Saturday, March 16. The event has become a … [Read More...]

March 16 Parade Kicks Off Two Weekends of Cave Creek Rodeo Days Events

Now in its 42nd year, Cave Creek Rodeo Days will take place March 22–24 at Cave Creek Memorial Arena, offering three days of thrilling PRCA rodeo … [Read More...]

Learn the Art of the Negroni and Others at Mora Italian Cocktail Class

Ever wanted to whip up Italian cocktails like a pro? Mora Italian is offering the opportunity to pick up some skills at a cocktail class presented by … [Read More...]

Explore Phoenix Arts & Culture at Art Detour March 14–18

Photos: 2018 Art Detour, courtesy of Artlink Inc. Phoenix’s original art walk, and the longest running arts festival in Downtown Phoenix, will return … [Read More...]

Slow Down & Enjoy the Ride — Grand Canyon Railway’s ‘Iron Horse’ Gallops On

The steam engine changed everything. It created time zones, kick-started the Industrial Revolution and 150 years ago the Transcontinental Railroad was … [Read More...]

Arizona Artists Create Awards to Honor Outstanding Contributions to Arts and Culture

In a true celebration of the arts, nine Arizona artists created the awards that will be presented to honorees at the 38th annual Governor’s Arts … [Read More...]

Spring Break Camp at Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics & Dance Center

When the kids are off from school during Spring Break, the Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics & Dance Center will offer its “Supercamp” for ages 3 to 13. … [Read More...]

AMERICAN MARIACHI — Soundtrack of Life, Love & Remembrance

By Marcos Nájera There are many wild and colorful stories chronicling the true origins of mariachi music. Some stories credit the Spanish explorer … [Read More...]

AASK Recruiting Volunteer Summer Camp Counselors

Hiking and kayaking in the cool high country near Payson are a great way to spend a week in June. And doing it while bringing smiles to the faces of … [Read More...]

Living on the Edge: 2019 Ford Edge ST AWD

By Melanie Droz Shawcroft — What do you do during all of these rainy days in the Valley? You take the 2019 Ford Edge ST AWD for a spin to the mall … [Read More...]

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