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The new special exhibition The Science of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! – a joint production between Ripley Entertainment Inc. and Science North – is set to open to the public at the Arizona Boardwalk entertainment destination on Feb. 9. more
Scottsdale Public Art recently opened “WEST—Arizona Artists of Color,” a new exhibition featuring a rich cultural history, showcasing local artists at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library. more
The Daily Independent at YourValley.net offers Season 1 of the YourValley In The Know podcast featuring cutting-edge reporting narratives, one-one-interviews and hyperlocal stories you can’t … more
After hosting a successful two-month holiday pop-up storefront at Scottsdale Quarter, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market has opened another pop-up store two doors down from the previous location. more
Scottsdale Artists’ School’s has announced that a new online platform for youth and adults has been added to its catalog of fine art programs. Artists of all ages and experience … more
For more than twenty 20 years, the Larsen Gallery has been hosting annual exhibitions of the work of Fritz Scholder, which includes original paintings, limited edition graphics, sculptures and books. more
The ONE Group Hospitality, Inc. announces the opening of its newest STK Steakhouse at 7134 E. Stetson Dr. amidst Scottsdale’s waterfront high-end retail shops and residential developments. more
Royse Contemporary presents “Mexicano on Main Street,” a solo exhibition of artist Gennaro Garcia, showcasing his multi-media collection of work including paintings, monosilk prints. more
From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Jan. 30, the Holland Center, a nonprofit organization committed to enhancing arts, education and community in the Desert Foothills region, will host the 6th Annual Arizona Sage Art Market with 15% of proceeds benefitting the Holland Center’s programming. more
Back by popular demand, Royal Palms Resort and Spa is extending its free Live Music & Classic Movie Series with local musicians, timeless films and the stunning views of Camelback Mountain. more
For a quarter of a century, the Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival has celebrated Jewish culture including bringing a lineup of films honoring traditions and heritage. more
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art announces upcoming 2021 exhibition schedule to begin Feb. 6, 2021. “SMoCA is proud and honored to highlight the work of four incredibly relevant and … more
Arizona’s longest-running art show, the Celebration of Fine Art, will return to Scottsdale on Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021 for its 31st year with 100 acclaimed and emerging artists from throughout … more
Part Arizona history baked with storytelling makes for appetizing recipes in Tastes and Treasures II: A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona. more
Fire Station 603, which opened on Indian Bend Road, features two original public artworks: “Rug Runner” and “Wallpaper Tapestry” by Tempe artist Christine Lee. more
Of all the people left in the wake of this year’s global pandemic, the entertainment industry is among the most hobbled. But perspective of a struggling young comedian desperately looking … more
Aside from thousands of colorful butterflies as Butterfly Wonderland’s main attraction, another fan-favorite is Puff, a Chinese water dragon who resides in the Rainforest Reptiles exhibit. more
The pandemic has made it tough to find locales for interesting Instagram and video content, said Gabbie Dionisio, an Arizona-based Instagram influencer and Youtube vlogger. But one place she can … more
The Phoenix Symphony has found a new way to express its admiration and pride for Arizona as its 66 musicians created a virtual performance of the Rex Allen, Jr. song “I Love You Arizona.” more
The Walter Art Gallery presents, "Prayer for America," which is the artist Saskia Jorda’s reflection on the present political climate by intertwining the patriotic symbol of an American flag with a religious symbol of the prayer bead. more
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