On Sunday, Nov. 6, Phoenix Art Museum will premiere Mr.: You Can Hear the Song of This Town — an exhibition of large-scale graffiti-inspired paintings, drawings and installations by one of today’s most popular Japanese artists.
With Halloween right around the corner, performing arts organizations around the Valley are pulling out all of the stops to serve up spooky spectacles to Arizona audiences, proving that this ancient form of storytelling is still very much alive — or, shall I say, undead.
Making Nayon Iovino a resident choreographer, Ballet Arizona has essentially put its trust in the dancer to continue creating artistic works for the company for years to come.
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.
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.
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.
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At Detour Company Theatre, the performers just happen to be adults with intellectual, developmental and physical disabilities who are dedicated to their craft and to sharing the joy of theater with the community.
Despite the obstacles of masks and COVID-19 testing, Musical Theatre of Anthem’s producing artistic director Jackie Hammond wholeheartedly believes that the nonprofit performing arts organization’s 2021–2022 season was by far the best in its 14 years of educating and entertaining the community.
At this year’s Verde Valley Wine Festival — which benefits the Arizona Vignerons Alliance and the Arizona Wine Growers Association — wine enthusiasts can taste the best of what the region has to offer.