“Immersive Monet & the Impressionists” is largely centered around the works of Claude Monet and features pieces by 20 other artists — including Édouard Manet, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, J.M.W. Turner and Paul Cezanne.
For the first time since the pandemic, Grammy Award-winning rock band Switchfoot is back to doing what it does best: rocking on the road.
L.A.vation covers the whole of U2’s career, including about 10 hits and then other tracks.
Veterans are personal to singer Lee Perreira.
Hoodie Allen’s forthcoming tour marks the 10th anniversary of his first commercially successful album, “All American.”
Crash Test Dummies singer Brad Roberts is surprised about the placement of “Mmm Mmm Mmm” in “Black Bird,” a true story of convicted drug dealer Jimmy Keene who is offered his freedom in exchange for coaxing a confession out of suspected serial killer Larry Hall and finding out where his victims are buried.
The wildly successful sandwich shop Ike’s Love and Sandwiches is now open in Peoria.
After its bar became so packed with patrons that it was running out of room at its chophouse in Old Town, Bourbon and Bones decided to take a stab at opening a cocktail lounge.
Bartenders at Mad Hatter Health Shop & Kava Bar, a new Gilbert business offering organic kratom and kava products, are whipping up drinks with effects that the owner claims you have to see to believe.
Since opening in March 2003, Fibber Magees in Chandler has been the East Valley’s destination place for anyone in search of an authentic Irish pub and fare.
Times Square, a West Valley-based Italian eatery, is bringing its elevated mom-and-pop-style cooking to Glendale.
Northern California’s Mr. Pickles sandwich shops are coming to the Valley later this year. They are set for Scottsdale and Shea, and Thompson Peak Parkway and Frank Lloyd Wright. Locations in Queen Creek, Laveen, Chandler and Surprise are also in development.
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It’s hard for Zoya Vora-Shah to remember what her life was like before she got involved in the wine industry. Now she runs Wine Collective of Scottsdale.
The owners of The Crowned Egg breakfast/lunch cafés in Chandler and Gilbert officially took over Dino’s Gyros, a popular fast-casual restaurant in Ahwatukee Foothills featuring Greek, Mexican and American dishes.
Situated at the northeast corner of High and 54th streets, the combination art space and bar is a low-lit, classy lounge. Local art lines the walls, while the gallery floor is filled with couches of varying shades and styles, adorned with pillows featuring celebrities.
The Maggiore family opened its first restaurant, Tomaso’s Italian Restaurant, on the Camelback Corridor in 1977. Today, The Maggiore Group’s restaurants in Phoenix and San Diego include Tommy V’s Urban Kitchen Carlsbad, Hash Kitchen and The Sicilian Butcher.
Back in the swing of things after an injury, Arizona Diamondbacks first-base coach Dave McKay remains passionate about the game that captured his attention as a teenager in Vancouver.
Ahwatukee native Cole Tucker has been waiting 26 years for his dream of playing in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization to come true.
Phoenix Rising’s popularity is growing with each season, and forward Santi Moar is leading the charge.