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Nearly 600 hundred art pieces and over 200 photography pieces created by Boys & Girls Club members across nine states, American Samoa and Japan will be available for all to see in northern Scottsdale.
This Saturday, sip and savor new wines, nibble on gourmet small bites and mix and mingle with other fabulous guests for a good cause.
After spending five summers in Newport, Kentucky, Mighty Mike is probably mighty glad to be moving to a more sophisticated part of the country.
Hilary Harp and Suzie Silver’s “Fairy Fantastic!” videos for gender-non-conforming adults and kids have screened at over 100 festivals on five continents, including Australia and Africa.
For the past four years, the Scottsdale Artists League has transformed the halls of Westminster Village, a retirement community in northern Scottsdale.
Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market originally started in 2011 in a friend’s backyard, where founders Coley Arnold and Lindsey Holt, with over 20 of their friends, brought in their own vintage items to sell.
Alison Ross Goldwater’s painstaking effort to preserve her legendary grandfather’s artistic legacy has been recognized by the Grand Canyon Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.
A new arts-infused after-school program will make its way to Scottsdale this fall.
Dawnn Lewis has defied conventions since she was a teenager. It resulted in a long-lasting career that includes Broadway, television, composing, voice acting and songwriting.
You may have seen northern Scottsdale resident Amanda Melby Crisalli on the small screen in several commercials for McDonald’s, Priceline, Courtyard by Marriott and more.
The tiki culture is in the blood of Otto and Baby Doe von Stroheim.
This April, Harlem makes its way to Scottsdale.
Tyler Henry might be known as the “medium to the stars,” reading for countless celebrities like Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian, Alan Thicke, LaToya Jackson and nearly 200 others, on his E! Network TV show “Hollywood Medium."
Jack and Martha Wolff’s McCormick Ranch home in southern Scottsdale was like a museum.
Tricia Loscher’s love for art was born in Prescott when she was just 7.
A smörgåsbord of food, non-stop live music and an excess of premium art: This year’s Scottsdale Arts Festival isn’t messing around.
Tim Peterson started in his teens collecting Western and Native American art and artifacts.
Scottsdale Fashion Square, which recently debuted its newly renovated luxury wing this fall, has added a new tenant to its roster: Los Angeles-based Wonderspaces, an innovative, interactive art installation concept.
Is Cuba on your travel bucket list?
Matthew Morrison is fiddling with a guitar when he comes on the line. Always musical, the multitalented actor/singer is excited about his return to the Valley. After all, it was here he got his start.
The Scottsdale League for the Arts, a nonprofit group that raises funds for Arizona arts programs and art education, has raised a total of $87,000 for its 2018 grantees.
Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?
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Tia Wenkman is the latest star to rise out of Master Ballet Academy
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