In honor and celebration of the Platinum Jubilee for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, English Rose Tea Room this summer will host a four-day festival that will feature a variety of on-theme entertainment, music and more.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has engaged Jennifer Gray to lead a new collection of programs that will be known as the Taliesin Institute.
Since its charter on Jan. 2, 1947, American Legion Post 34 has been home to veterans supporting one another while simultaneously giving back to Cave Creek and Carefree’s charitable organizations.
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.
The English Rose Tea Room on Feb. 27 will host the elegant fundraiser — to benefit Desert Foothills Library — during which attendees may enjoy tea, cakes and a chance to take home one or more of 50 vintage hats.
For artist Maura Allen, time is a muse. Looking at her bold silhouettes, its role may not be obvious, but look a little deeper and time forms the backdrop of amaranthine scenes of the iconic American West.
Artist Sue Krzyston believes that the Southwestern and Native American artifacts featured in her ultra-realistic oil paintings represent the soul of the people who created them.
Backed by extensive research, Andrea Markowitz’s “Fair Game: Or The Importance of Being Honest” makes its long-anticipated stage debut Feb. 11–13 at Desert Foothills Theater.
Writer Shoshana Leon Photographer Carl Schultz [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n its eight square miles, the charming town of Carefree has a wide variety…
Writer Amanda Christmann Photography by Loralei Lazurak and Bill Watters/Air Major Media [dropcap]A[/dropcap]bout seven decades ago, two men, KT Palmer…