Zia Records’ Mary Papenhausen knows the appeal of Record Store Days. She sees customers come in and out of the stalwart stores. She purchases records, too.
It’s not often that “revolting” children get a standing ovation – but that’s exactly what will happen this week when nearly 40 Mesa and other East Valley kids and teens charge the stage in “Matilda the Musical.”
The Arizona Black Rodeo is about more than entertainment. The event gives contestants a place to compete and spread awareness about African American contributions to Southwestern heritage.
From fruity rum-bused cocktails poured into handcrafted Polynesian-inspired mugs, to tiki huts, sunset dinners and the sounds of ‘60s-style exotica lounge music, tiki culture is alive and well in Scottsdale.
Frank Sinatra had a special way of captivating audiences with songs like “Fly Me to the Moon;” “New York, New York;” “I Get A Kick Out of You” and “My Way.”
Husband and wife team Armando Hernandez and Nadia Holguin are expanding and opening a third restaurant that will serve Mexican cuisine from their home state of Chihuahua.
John Cleese and Camilla Cleese have a father-daughter relationship most would envy. They perform together, as they will tomorrow, March 29, at Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy at High Street in Phoenix.
Gilbert Global Village Festival event planners have decided the show must go on, and are making the most of COVID-19 limitations with a week of multicultural activities.
For 65 years, the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show has attracted attendees and competitors from around the world, including the United Kingdom and Italy to Australia and the Middle East.
For the past couple years, more than 5,000 people have swarmed the Scottsdale Waterfront over the course of seven hours in early March for one purpose: to celebrate the Persian New Year, or Nowruz.