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It may be a “tale as old as time,” but "Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” will never feel old hat to generations of new children or eternal fans of romance and fairytales.
He is being remembered as a businessman, a philanthropist and man who loved his family and community.
“Don’t call me Mister. Even in high school, my dad had my friends call him Eddie. There are no misters here.”
Across the East Valley this week, educators, school leaders, elected officials, family and friends expressed their sorrow upon hearing about the death of Eddie Basha, Jr.
A memorial service for Eddie Basha is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, April 6, at the ASU Gammage auditorium in Tempe.
The walls are white, the chairs are plastic, and the smiles are few. As you head down a hallway, cell blocks to the left and a gated recreation area at right, hearing bursts of laughter and lively chatter coming from a small room in front of you is slightly jarring, especially seeing as the boisterous classroom is inside Estrella Women’s Jail in central Phoenix.
Get Out is giving away a four-pack of tickets to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, playing Tuesday, April 9, at ASU Gammage in Tempe. The prize package includes a $100 gift certificate to nearby Z’Tejas restaurant.
From fashion to music, vintage is “in” these days. “Memphis,” the Tony Award-winning musical on stage this week at ASU Gammage, taps into that vibe.
Things get hot in the Tony Award-winning musical “Memphis” when a white DJ and a black songstress fall in love in 1950s Tennessee. The score was written by Bon Jovi founding member David Bryan.
Based on Michael Morpurgo’s childrens book and popularized by Steven Spielberg’s feature film of the same name, “War Horse” follows the fate of a horse named Joey, who is sold into the British army and serves on both sides of the conflict during World War I.
A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor: The iconic radio personality and creator of “The News from Lake Wobegon” performs live in Tempe.
‘If growing up means it would be beneath my dignity to climb a tree, I’ll never grow up, never grow up, never grow up, Not me!”
Remember what it felt like to jump off the swing at its highest point? Or tuck a bath-towel cape into your shirt collar and leap from the top bunk?
A Gilbert artist has a solo exhibit of 50 fine-art photographs showcased at Arizona State University Gammage on the Tempe campus through the end of the year.
An old Halloween costume could help your kid snag a pretty nice Christmas gift.
Blake Hammond watched re-runs of the black-and-white television comedy series, “The Addams Family,” growing up. The series is based on the comic strips of the same name about an odd, spooky family that has become a part of pop culture. They’ve spawned not only a television series, but films, video games and most recently, a Broadway musical.
Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley and Lurch sing and dance their way through this deliriously weird musical comedy from the creators of “Jersey Boys.”
Know someone who works tirelessly to support Arizona’s arts and culture? You could put them in the running for a big award.
Christmastime is nostalgic enough. Throw in a brother and sister from the old “Osmond Family Christmas” TV specials many of us grew up watching, and you’ve really got a walk down memory lane.
“Anything Goes,” the pièce de résistance of Cole Porter’s career, is big and bright and sparkling, but it begins in a dark martini lounge where gleaming bottles of spirits line the wall, illuminating the room.
Cole Porter’s toe-tapping comedy has taken Broadway by storm, winning three Tony Awards, among them “Best Musical Revival.” Roundabout Theatre Company brings the show to Tempe with songs like “I Get a Kick Out of You,” “De-Lovely” and “Anything Goes.”
Fans of Donny and Marie, rejoice! The Osmond siblings are coming Nov. 27 to ASU Gammage for the live show “Donny and Marie — Christmas in Arizona,” and you can win tickets.
Our military protects and defends us, but it’s a lesser known fact that they also entertain us. The United States Air Force Concert Band and the Singing Sergeants do just that with a free community performance October 25 at ASU Gammage.