“On Your Feet,” in which Gloria Estefan works to make an impact on the music industry as a Cuban immigrant, hits the Phoenix Theatre Company stage from Wednesday, July 13, to Sunday, August 28.
“Marcel the Shell with Shoes On” opens in the Valley exclusively at Harkins Camelview at Fashion Square on Friday, July 8. A nationwide expansion will follow on Friday, July 15.
Local musicians Eric Ramsey and Charles “Cros” Mack have developed their craft over a lifetime.
“The Lion King” comes to ASU Gammage from Tuesday, July 5, to Sunday, July 31.
Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers will return to the Valley to perform at the city of Peoria’s All-American Festival on Monday, July 4.
For “The Black Phone,” director Scott Derrickson returns to his terror roots with Blumhouse Productions, the company behind “Get Out” and “Insidious,” among others.
A Prohibition-style space hidden below Crust Simply Italian in Downtown Chandler, The Ostrich is dark and harks back to the city’s ostrich lore, but, according to Livability, it’s the best speakeasy in Arizona. More than a space to wait for a Crust table, The Ostrich serves well-crafted cocktails with a Roaring ’20s vibe.
Fork & Dagger Hospitality brought the vibes of sushi bars in New York and Tokyo to Roosevelt Row with Sake Haus, which features authentic Japanese spirits and locally made sake.
Widely known for his appearances on TV shows like Bravo’s “Top Chef” and HBO Max’s “Selena + Chef,” Angelo Sosa is honoring his late aunt’s legacy of love and influence with his new Phoenix contemporary Southwestern concept, Tía Carmen.
Naija Grille Spice Mix is available on Amazon, Etsy and even Walmart’s online store. On Etsy, it boasts over 100 five-star reviews.
The owner of Twist Hot Chicken in Peoria will introduce the burger concept, Then Burger, to Westgate Entertainment District in September.
Twist Hot Chicken, a locally owned and operated spicy chicken restaurant in Peoria, is looking provide a fast-casual dining option to the West Valley.
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At Barcoa Agaveria, the tequila is strong, the mezcal is smoky, bright colors pop and Mexican-style music thumps through the speakers. But for co-founders Dave Tyda and Ryan Oberholtzer, all of that came secondary to creating a space that honors and celebrates Mexican heritage.
Pokitrition, a poke staple in the Valley since 2017, will highlight an extended menu at its new Glendale location. It will offer customers Hawaiian barbecue, along with its popular poke bowls and sushi burritos.
Customers strolling Saturday’s Downtown Chandler farmers market, or Sunday morning’s farmers market in Ahwatukee, have found a sweet spot at the Madisyn “Maddie” Newell’s bakery booth.
Chelly, which costs about $20 per bottle, is made with natural flavors and seeks to redefine the limoncello — an Italian liquor made from the zest of lemons, sugar, water and alcohol (usually grappa or vodka).
The cobblestone streets of Heritage Square will be peppered with art, food and musicians when the Italian Festival moves from Scottsdale to Downtown Phoenix.
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.
Drew McIntyre will come to town for “WWE Friday Night SmackDown” on Friday, July 1, at the Footprint Center.