No one could have predicted it 133 years ago, but Payson Pro Rodeo has since become the world’s oldest continuous rodeo. Not that it would have made any difference to its earliest contestants. The cowboys and ranch hands took pride in their skills and horses, and saw the rodeo as their chance to strut their stuff in the town square. It was how they had fun in the gap between spring and fall roundups at the ranch, and the entire town joined them.
William Shakespeare reigns as one of the most famous names in all of literature — a reign, it seems, without an end in sight. Since his death, Shakespeare’s timeless works have inspired countless theater productions, movie adaptations, literary interpretations, critical analyses and historical documentaries. His influence even appears unconsciously through well-known phrases, like “jealousy is a green-eyed monster” or “as luck would have it.” Additionally, the themes that weave throughout the plays are as relevant today as they were during the Elizabethan era. It’s no wonder then why his popularity continues from generation to generation.
Just in time for summer, Sonata’s Restaurant has added a bevy of light new cocktails with bright, fresh ingredients. Located at 10050 N. Scottsdale Rd., the modern European restaurant named for its owner, Sonata Molocajeviene Tuft, was designed to turn down the heat.
Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa opened its mid-century modern retreat in December 2016, but within just a few months,
A new 21-and-over playground with food, music and drinks in an indoor, air conditioned park is elevating the meaning of “adulting.
When people think of Phoenix, they don’t think of green pastures or of golden prairies…
For the past 15 years, Victoria Reins has taught Valley students of all ages the skills necessary for creative expression.
As if soaring temperatures aren’t enough incentive to leave town, Flagstaff is all-the-more more enticing this month as it hosts the Blues and Brews Festival.
The sky lights up as dazzling fireworks fly high and bright, while onlookers voice their merriment with oohs and aahs. With a boom, bang and pop, Fourth of July…
The romanticization of the Wild West is long and storied, and while much of the Western lifestyle has disappeared over the years, the ideal lives on in cultural vernacular, both in the United States and abroad.