When O.A.R. multi-instrumentalist Jerry DePizzo thinks about the Maryland band’s tours, he recalls love and memories.
The Mesa Arts Center has unveiled its 2022-2023 Performing Live season that its program director calls “our biggest season ever.”
Mesa Arts Center is launching a new summer series featuring a collection of national, international and local musicians.
From lagers to IPAs to seltzers, there’s a lot of beer to try at the Arizona Strong Beer Festival.
Known for their upbeat, family-friendly shows, The Duttons weren’t always performers.
At Fellowship Square, people like to say “the Christmas spirit never grows old.”
After a pandemic-driven hiatus last year, scores of cats and their masters – well, at least owners – will be descending next weekend on the Mesa Convention Center for Arizona’s largest cat show.
After skipping a year because of the pandemic, Gilbert Days is back.
Members of the general public will not likely have another chance to see the interior of the Mesa Arizona Temple in their lifetime – or possibly even their grandchildren may never once it is rededicated on Dec. 12. So between now and Nov. 20 – except on Sundays – people can tour Mesa’s signa…
Twelve-year-old Savannah Springer doesn’t get in trouble very often. The Mesa seventh grader is pretty good at following the rules and helping around the house.
It could be said that things have come full circle for former Marquee Theatre general manager Donny Johnson.
It’s not often that “revolting” children get a standing ovation – but that’s exactly what will happen this week when nearly 40 Mesa and other East Valley kids and teens charge the stage in “Matilda the Musical.”
Heirloom quilts – those that are handed down from one generation to another –have a special place in families.
A signature California-based ramen restaurant chain has opened its first Arizona location in downtown Chandler.
The Arizona Black Rodeo is about more than entertainment. The event gives contestants a place to compete and spread awareness about African American contributions to Southwestern heritage.
A celebration of independence and freedom, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over the French Empire at Puebla in 1862.
Whipping up the crowd at a recent show, the master of ceremonies howled, “Put your hands together for my man ... Mr. Mike Bolland!”
The life of a promoter hasn’t been easy since the pandemic crushed live events more than a year ago.
From fruity rum-bused cocktails poured into handcrafted Polynesian-inspired mugs, to tiki huts, sunset dinners and the sounds of ‘60s-style exotica lounge music, tiki culture is alive and well in Scottsdale.
Frank Sinatra had a special way of captivating audiences with songs like “Fly Me to the Moon;” “New York, New York;” “I Get A Kick Out of You” and “My Way.”
According to the American Census there are 39.6 million Americans who claim Irish descent. I…
Bob Hope tribute show
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Las Sendas residents Jeff and Alec-Lauren Golzio are big on Italian tradition and culture.
Going out to eat generally means just that. You arrive at a restaurant, order food and eat i…
A new restaurant near Chandler Fashion Center is hopping with diners eager to dig into pot p…
Gilbert is cooking.
New restaurants are finding older locations to achieve success in Gilbert.
When I think of Sunday suppers (or any supper for that matter), a good old-fashioned brisket…
I’m positive it was recipes like this that made my momma’s restaurant in Lake Tahoe a hotspo…
Machu Picchu in Peru may be high up on your life’s destination list, but TUMI Peruvian Cuisi…
Shuai “Mark” He certainly used his noodle opening his new Chandler restaurant last month.
Jon Carr is everybody’s neighbor in Northeast Mesa.