On Saturday, March 16, entertainment icon Rita Moreno will grace the stage at Highlands Church for an intimate event as part of Arizona Musicfest, sharing a vibrant tapestry woven from her 92 years of life, laughter and lessons learned under the bright lights of Hollywood and beyond.
Each year, a dazzling array of film festivals ignite silver screens around Arizona, offering an opportunity to discover emerging talents and explore different cultures through the lens of cinematic storytelling.
This month, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art will kick off a yearlong anniversary celebration, commemorating its 25-year history of bringing communities together under the shared philosophy that art has the power to engage our imaginations, challenge our perceptions and inspire change.
For the past 10 years, Facings of America has been helping Arizona residents’ canine companions to live their best lives in architecturally significant pet palaces with Design for Dogs — a fundraising event benefiting the Arizona Animal Welfare League, the state’s oldest and largest no-kill shelter.
Whether with a significant other, family or dear friends, Arizona is replete with date nights that are different — and sometimes even daring!
Cave Creek resident Arizona Parker is on a mission to empower young adults to get involved in the equine industry through the American Quarter Horse Association.
This winter, Anthem Giving Circle is inviting attendees of its annual Purses for a Purpose fundraiser to dust off their poodle skirts and saddle shoes for a 1950s-inspired event.
Fondly recalling joyful memories of music-making during their youth, Cave Creek residents Greg and Olga Barker recently uncovered opportunities at Desert Hills Community School of Music to not only share that joy with their four young daughters but also rekindle it in their own lives.
Set under the festive white tents on the southwest corner of Scottsdale and Jomax Roads, Arizona Fine Art EXPO this month will begin to celebrate its 20th season, featuring 75 diverse artists in 124 patron-friendly working studios within a 44,000-square-foot space.
From the luminaria-lined streets of Sedona to the joyful sounds of Mariachi carolers in Tucson, Images Arizona takes you on a journey through Arizona’s most enchanting holiday events and traditions.