To describe pop artist icon Peter Max, one analogy comes to Lesley Smith’s mind.
Arts & Culture
Scottsdale history buffs and long-time residents know who Gerbacio "Harvey" Noriega is.
Caked with cotija cheese, drizzled with aioli and sprinkled with herbs, the elote appetizer is a work of art, exploding with color and flavor.
The brick-red hued beams, the imaginative pathways and terraces, the buildings that seamlessly and ever-so-effortlessly merge nature and architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright’s work has not only had an impact on the Valley’s desert landscape and how we see it, but also on Valley residents’ lives.
When saxophonist Everette Harp moved to North Scottsdale four years ago, he saw a lack of support for jazz musicians. So, he and longtime friend Randy Jackson are collaborating to bring the inaugural Firebird Music Festival Jazz Night to WestWorld on Sunday, Sept. 23.
Recent Classifieds Ads
- Shop owner indicted in jewelry scheme
- State 48 Lager House aims for experience
- City planners split on public outreach changes
- City paid $80K to aide of embattled city prosecutor’s
- Scottsdale lawmakers support guns on school sites
- Developer tries to allay Southbridge concerns
- Scottsdale mayor open to regional text ban
- SUSD superintendent brings measured approach to change
- City eyes project to curb major flood threat
- Papago Plaza plans changing for residents’ concerns
Sorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.
More Top Stories
In Case You Missed It...
The owner of downtown retailer Scottsdale Jewels is one of several Valley merchants indicted by a federal grand jury on charges related to the alleged sale of counterfeit Native American jewelry they claimed was genuine.
A proposed wash project in northern Scottsdale around the Loop 101 freeway would protect thousands of properties and critical city infrastructure in the event of a 100-year flood.
Calling it a matter of constitutional rights, the state House voted to allow parents and others to drive onto school campuses with loaded weapons in their cars.
Though heralded by many as a needed shot of vitality to downtown Scottsdale, Museum Square still has detractors with serious concerns about the development’s potential impact on the surrounding community.