Images Arizona caught up with Cave Creek resident Diana M. Grillo to ask the author a few questions about “An Accidental Murder and Other Stories” — the latest selection in its summer book club.
Nineteen-year-old North Phoenix resident Celine Enke is the very first young woman to ever hold the title of Miss Cave Creek.
“Les Misérables, School Edition” is coming to Carefree’s Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion April 21–30, courtesy of Desert Foothills Theater.
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.
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.
In an effort to celebrate Cave Creek’s diversity and promote exploration of the unique places which have shaped and housed its vibrant character, the town last year launched a program through which it recognizes iconic buildings and spaces with bronze plaques designating them local landmarks.
Cave Creek Fire Station No. 1 is staffed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, with personnel who can respond to everything from fire emergencies and heart attacks to automobile accidents and nosebleeds.
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.