There is no shortage of activities in the Valley of the Sun. Here are our suggestions for the top 25 things to do.
In “Bupkis,” Pete Davidson returns to Staten Island, as he struggles with unfortunate family news, all the while trying to maintain his career, relationships and mental health in an increasingly surreal and heightened world of his own making.
Arts & Entertainment
Many people have fond memories of their proms. The musical “The Prom” highlights this rite of passage through a lesbian couple fighting for permission to attend their prom in a small Indiana town.
Food & Dining
When walking into Persepshen in Central Phoenix, one is greeted with a passion for the earth and a sense of togetherness. Located at 4700 N. Central Avenue, the eatery is a destination for eco-friendly, shareable cuisine that draws bold flavors from around the world.
Brews & Spirits
Former Four Peaks brand manager Erin Schultz set out to change the narrative when she took control of the marketing campaign for the popular Hazy IPA project. She aimed to show the beauty of the Grand Canyon State while raising awareness to keep that beauty intact for years to come.
Most casinos are designed in a similar fashion: There are no windows, it’s dark, you won’t see a clock anywhere. The fourth Gila River Indian Community facility, the new Santan Mountain Casino opening June 30 near South Chandler is breaking the mold.
Raised in Litchfield Park as a D-backs fan, Josh Rojas was traded from the Houston Astros to the Arizona Diamondbacks. The return home tempered the blow of leaving the people with whom he started his professional baseball career.
The Fourth of July is a great time of year to spend outside celebrating with friends and family. Keep everyone busy and entertained on the fourth of July, with firework shows, festivals, baseball games and parades.
Don Broco will veer into the Valley July 2 when its tour with alt-rock/emo titans Pierce the Veil and The Used stops at the Arizona Financial Theatre.
The little town of San Luis Obispo is not just a stopover on the way to San Francisco and all points north but a town to spend a bit of time.
The hospitality industry is nothing new to Tara O’Connor. She began her career as a hostess at age 16, and then helmed bars two years later.
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