Scottsdale Airpark-based R Entertainment is promising to “adapt and overcome” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Available for a dinner and a show this Friday? Because Dominick's Steakhouse, Steak 44, and Ocean 44 and Americano! The Musical are teaming up for a special take-out experience.
Following the suspension of Scottsdale Gallery Association’s weekly Thursday night ArtWalk series through April 16, many of the Arts District galleries have followed suit and closed their doors.
The Scottsdale Philharmonic’s spring concerts were supposed to kick off today at La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church in northern Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Arts District organizations and museums continue to cancel programming amid coronavirus concerns and restrictions.
For 17 years, Bonner David Galleries on Main Street in Old Town Scottsdale has offered a dual exhibition space, boasting a well-balanced collection of both traditional and contemporary art.
Thinking back on his teen years at Saguaro High School, John Way uses three words to describe fellow Saguaro alum Savanah McMahon, who was two years his senior: “the cat’s meow.”
In honor of American composer Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday, the Scottsdale Musical Theater Company will round out its 10th anniversary season with a production of “Sweeney Todd.”
In honor of American composer Stephen Sondheim's 90th birthday, the Scottsdale Musical Theater Company will round out its 10th anniversary season with a production of "Sweeney Todd."
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Every spring in Scottsdale, the flowers bloom, the Spring Training games are in full swing – and the Scottsdale Arts Festival opens up to the public for three days with the best-of-the-best local art, plenty of fun family-friendly activities and nonstop live music.
Matt Hagan has raced throughout the country, but the Valley is one of the few places he feels comfortable.
When painter and poet Doria Dphrepaulezz moved to Scottsdale 10 years ago from Milan, Italy, she was in search of a creative space where she could write and paint.
Erin Naas was born obsessed with horses.
The Arabian Horse Show offers a chance for homework for Scottsdale Community College’s Equine Science students.
Following their 20th anniversary last year, the owner of one Old Town gallery is making it her mission to encourage collaboration among surrounding art gallery tenants, arts organizations and prominent arts supporters in an effort to “reignite the draw of the Scottsdale Arts District.”
In 2014, Lisa Sette Gallery relocated from Marshall Way in Old Town to midtown Phoenix.
Taking stage at Desert Stages Theatre in Scottsdale Fashion Square for the first time is the musical “Newsies.”
Renaissance fairs around the nation are breeding grounds for people with interesting talents. From unique skills to thrilling performances, these popular events tap the best they can find in medieval entertainment.
When Austin Burke was a child, he remembers his parents not allowing him to go to the Birds Nest. An established national anthem singer by elementary school, Burke instead stayed at home while his parents attended the Phoenix Open-sponsored concerts.
The musical “Fiddler on the Roof” debuted on Broadway in 1964. The show continues to find audiences because it tells a story of family and culture appealing to different audiences.
Susan Morrow Potje was in her mid-20s when her dad and stepmom, Tom and Ann Morrow, came up with the idea to create their own version of California’s Laguna Beach Festival of Art in Scottsdale.
Two Chandler women are exploring the power of love through their fiber artworks at a new exhibition in Scottsdale.
The Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival is bigger and better than ever this year.
For some, mariachi is merely a genre of music.
Arizona State University Sun Devil football stadium has hosted many sporting events in its storied history, but there’s one that it hasn’t seen – until now.
Last year was a busy one for the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art.
Dave Kindig vividly remembers his first visit to Barrett-Jackson.
Every week, Sam posts to her Wordpress blog, detailing the events at her theater group, Detour Company Theatre, and her major takeaways.
As a student at a performing arts high school, Dan’yelle Williamson was told she’d never make it as an artist. It was too hard to make a living that way.
All those area couples who got engaged for Christmas are in luck.
Sometimes a happy accident can turn into one of history’s sublime moments. It’s what happened on Dec. 4, 1956, when four artists just happened to drop in at different times at Sun Record Studios in Memphis.
For families like the Zoppes, the circus isn’t just a way to make a living. It is part of their identities.
When it comes to traditions such as “The Nutcracker,” Slawomir Wozniak, the Scottsdale Airpark-based Phoenix Ballet artistic director, believes the classical approach is the most satisfying.
What’s old is new again at Terminal 3 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The Mojave Flea returns for its third time to The Saguaro Scotts-dale in Old Town, featuring more than 30 local and out-of-state merchants with vintage, handcrafted and other unique items.
From Old Town to the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, holiday events abound this month and around Scottsdale.
If you haven’t bought your holiday tree yet, you might want to consider a chance to get a beautifully decorated tree while helping burn victims and their families.
Returning for its third consecutive year this Museum Store Sunday, with more museums than ever – both nationally- and Valley-wide – taking part this year.
Mermaids are on the order lineup this holiday weekend at OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale.
For 14 years, Terry Temple was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help professional staff as the director of liturgy and worship.
The Arizona Asian Festival will once again bring an assortment of cultures to Scottsdale, where Arizonans can experience the customs and foods of a variety of cultures.
Picture it: You step out of your vehicle, cameras flashing; as you make your way down the 300-foot red carpet, Emmy award-winning journalist Carey Peña is waiting on the other end, microphone in hand.
The team behind Canal Convergence – the annual, free, 10-day event at the Scottsdale Waterfront in southern Scottsdale – is aiming for a more sustainable waste-free event.
Houseplants that “talk” upon gentle touch. Piano keys that can trigger people on TV screens to sing the notes. A cast of sewing machines performing a choreographed song and dance.
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s year-long 20th-anniversary celebration continues with a new, milestone fall exhibition.
Amy Ettinger sees a problem with film audiences today: Indie gems aren’t as popular as they perhaps should be.
Earlier this year, Chaparral High School’s theater department took on the popular musical “Les Misérables.”
What was once called the Young@Art Gallery inside Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts is now known as Center Space, and with its new name comes a new fall exhibition currently on display, “The Close Observation of Inanimate Objects.”
This month, 11 Scottsdale Community College students will take the stage for “See How They Run,” a classic, fast-paced English comedy bound to leave audience members in stitches.
In 1975, Scottsdale’s population was a mere 78,000, Scottsdale High School had yet to be demolished – and the first “America’s original ArtWalk” took place on the streets of downtown Scottsdale.
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