Images Arizona’s photo essay this month is devoted to sharing a selection of Anthony Giammarino’s photography, captured by drone, with the hope that it inspires our readers to broaden their perspective of Arizona and see its aesthetic splendor from a new angle.
If you’re up for a bit of adventure, there are plenty of high-flying options that allow just about anyone to soar over Arizona and see its grand extravagance from the sky.
Paradise Valley residents Stacie and Richard J. Stephenson are eagerly anticipating the Saturday, March 12 return of Celebrity Fight Night, which is known for bringing A-list celebrities to Phoenix and raising in a single night millions of dollars in charitable funds.
A new exhibition at The Gallery at Mountain Shadows seeks to tear down the walls and stereotypes, presenting the work of former professional athletes and U.S. Military veterans.
Dedicated to the preservation of collectible and rare automobiles for educational purposes, the Martin Auto Museum is the brainchild of 91-year-old real estate developer Mel Martin.
Aspiring to maintain the highest level of professional rodeo event and to preserve and promote the town of Cave Creek’s Western heritage, Cave Creek Rodeo Days has — since 1977 — energized the community and brought major economic benefits and the nation’s leading rodeo contestants into town to showcase their talents.
The Evans Scholars program is for hardworking caddies like 17-year-old Jeremy Dreher who demonstrate financial need and have outstanding academic and leadership records. It is also one of the golf community’s favorite charities since its founding in 1930.
This year’s FLAIR art show — scheduled for March 24–27 in Anthem Golf and Country Club’s Persimmon Clubhouse — will feature several subjects in a variety of mediums, all created by local artists who are committed to their craft and to the advancement of art in the community as a whole.
What Makes Me Me, an expressive new exhibition running through May 3 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, features a collection of watercolor, acrylic, ceramics and poetry by 35 members of Scottsdale Training and Rehabilitation Services — better known as STARS — and the Opportunity Tree, both of which serve individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Photographer Peter Coskun skillfully captures on camera what it feels like to be deep in the heart of Arizona’s slot canyons, showcasing not only one of our state’s most beautifully abstract elements but also the incomparable intimacy that they naturally supply.