Proudly celebrating its 20th season, ProMusica Arizona — comprised of nearly 100 singers and instrumentalists ranging in age from mid-teens to early-80s — has performed more than 275 times for more than 134,000 people in venues across Arizona.
Opening Genesis Fitness, Anthem resident Dawnylle Kohl is using her affection for fitness to inspire others to develop grit so that they can conquer anything and everything that life throws at them and live their very best lives.
The ultimate celebration of all things pizza returns Nov. 12 and 13 to downtown Phoenix’s Margaret T. Hance Park, where the seventh annual Phoenix Pizza Festival will tantalize taste buds. Live bands, a kids zone, lawn games, dessert trucks and 15–20 pizza makers will create a cheesy paradise for the whole family in the heart of downtown.
Set for Oct. 29 and 30, the inaugural Kierland Fine Art and Wine Festival will feature more than 100 world-class artists, wineries, trendy food concessions and main stage entertainment.
Tucked into the canyons of the McDowell Mountains and surrounded by the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, Silverleaf provides its residents with an oasis of opulent offerings — from an 18-hole championship golf course that winds along 7,322 yards of inspiring terrain to an array of health, wellness and recreational amenities.
Phoenix resident Horacio Soto recently visited West Fork Trail in Sedona, where he recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Disney’s classic animated film “The Lion King” with his four-legged hiking companions Lexy and Bruno.
Bars and restaurants located in the walkable downtown core of Phoenixare set to participate in the city’s ninth annual event designed to celebrate its distinction as one of the most extensive and diverse craft beer scenes in Arizona.
Sedona’s Fay Canyon Trail provides the perfect summer hike for those looking for a great workout or to simply to take in spectacular views while breathing in the outdoors.
Nature, travel and adventure photographer Mark Laverman shares a photo that he took over the Labor Day holiday weekend a few years ago at Monument Valley.
Images Arizona caught up with Fountain Hills resident Marlene Jaxon to ask the author a few questions about “Jinxed! Laughing in the Face of Alzheimer’s” — the final selection in its summer book club.