Tag: Scottsdale

Trolley Two-Step

On April 14 and 15, Scottsdale Arts and Movement Source Dance Company will bring a series of explorative, mobile dance performances to Old Town Scottsdale via Arizona Trolley Dances.

Once and Floral

This year’s Scottsdale Garden Club show — held March 11 and 12 at Mustang Library in Scottsdale — will feature floral design interpretations of movies filmed in Arizona with Southwestern horticulture grown by garden club members from throughout the Valley.

Springing onto the Stage

Possibilities begin to bloom this month in the form of concerts and performing arts productions that reflect all of those sensational things about the season that reinvigorate us with a sense of hope, wonder and imagination.

Unearthing Virtuosity

Under Warren Cohen’s leadership, MusicaNova Orchestra has developed an international reputation for its extraordinarily unique and eye-opening programs.

Driven by Design

The Arizona Concours d’Elegance returns Sunday, Jan. 22 as the highlight of Arizona Car Week, bringing some of the world’s rarest and most valuable collector cars to Scottsdale Civic Center.

35 Years of Pinnacle Aviation

For 35 years, Scottsdale-based Pinnacle Aviation — founded and co-owned by Curt Pavlicek and his wife, Terry — has been a leader in private jet charters, sales and so much more.

Spirit & Song

Scottsdale residents Brian Raab and Tony Boyle are friends who made it their mission to purchase and revive Tequila Corrido.

Pioneer of the Preserve

On March 14, 1873, John Gregory Bourke departed from Camp McDowell and led an expedition through what is now known as McDowell Mountain Regional Park and the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

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