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The Daily Independent at YourValley.net offers Season 1 of the YourValley In The Know podcast featuring cutting-edge reporting narratives, one-one-interviews and hyperlocal stories you can’t … more
Join the American Association of University Women — Northwest Valley for a Zoom conversation Jan. 21 with Dr. Jeff Hall, director of the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. more
The Herberger Theater Center announces its new Art of Celebration Concert Series featuring three concerts on The Pavilion, its new outdoor stage. more
Back by popular demand, Royal Palms Resort and Spa is extending its free Live Music & Classic Movie Series with local musicians, timeless films and the stunning views of Camelback Mountain. more
Steve Yockey, a Los Angeles-based playwright whose work is produced throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia and longtime colleague of Arizona Theatre Company Artistic Director Sean Daniels, is this year’s first guest on ATC’s Hang & Focus podcast at 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 8. more
For a quarter of a century, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival has celebrated Jewish culture including bringing a lineup of films honoring traditions and heritage. more
Part Arizona history baked with storytelling makes for appetizing recipes in Tastes and Treasures II: A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona. more
The Arizona State Fair is hosting its first ever “Ho-Ho Holiday Drive-Thru Fair Food” campaign. Due to the overwhelming demand for Arizona State Fair drive-thru edible creations event … more
Aside from thousands of colorful butterflies as Butterfly Wonderland’s main attraction, another fan-favorite is Puff, a Chinese water dragon who resides in the Rainforest Reptiles exhibit. more
The Phoenix Symphony has found a new way to express its admiration and pride for Arizona as its 66 musicians created a virtual performance of the Rex Allen, Jr. song “I Love You Arizona.” more
In order to tell a little of the story of the newspaper in the town that became known as “the town too tough to die,” I need to start with a bit of Arizona history. Tombstone itself … more
Three Valley real estate industry companies are collecting money and toys for Homeward Bound, which is a nonprofit that helps struggling families experiencing homelessness. more
PHOENIX (AP) — Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's office says he and his wife have left the state for a few days to celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. Ducey Chief of Staff Daniel Scarpinato said … more
Royse Contemporary will present “Emotions Revisited,” an exhibition exploring feelings, expression of emotion, and knowledge through emotion translated into artwork and the creative process. more
A new community effort between two Phoenix entities is seeking to bring live theater back to the masses in the Valley of the Sun. This month, Phoenix Theatre Co. and the Central United Methodist … more
The Hermosa Inn, 5532 N. Palo Cristi Road in Paradise Valley, will offer its Mimosa & Monet art class series. more
The Royal Palms Resort and Spa, 5200 E. Camelback Road in Phoenix, presents its first outdoor live-music and classic- series starting on Oct. 23, running through the end of the year. more
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Spoke Art Gallery recently announced the return of the “Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless” art exhibition, but in a new, virtual format. more
The Shemer Art Center has selected an Arizona-based mixed-media artist, Beth Ames Swartz, whose career spans nearly 60 years, as the 2020 Shemer Honors honoree. more
Holiday Lights at Salt River Fields kicks off on Nov. 23 with a dazzling drive-through holiday light experience, debuting to celebrate the season. more
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