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A Beatlemania tribute show won’t be making its way to Sun City. Beatlesque, a band honoring the Fab Four’s legacy, was originally scheduled for Wednesday, July 15 at Sundial Center, … more
A reminder to Sun City residents that the “Ring That Bell” event, scheduled for Saturday, July 4, has been canceled due to coronavirus precautions. The all-day event was to take place … more
A reminder that a performance by the band Outside The Line, originally scheduled for June 10 at Sundial Center, 14801 N. 103rd Ave., Sun City, is canceled due to coronavirus precautions. The … more
  West Valley Arts’ summer art program for students, Gallery 37, has gone virtual for the first time in 20 years of the program. Each summer, West Valley Arts recruits high school … more
While there are fire bans and social distancing requirements, White Tank Mountain Regional Park is open for fun. The park, located 20 miles west of Sun City at 20304 W. White Tank Mountain Road, … more
A group of Sun City musicians on May 13 performed their third and final driveway concert of the season to entertain neighbors and provide some safe-distance socializing during quarantine … more
Sun City West musicians dubbed “FlashDrive” for their impromptu appearances raised donations for the Valley View Community Food Bank, 10771 W. Peoria Ave., Sun City, and St. Mary’s … more
As some dine-in venues across the West Valley begin the process of re-opening Monday, May 11, as Gov. Doug Ducey announced this past week would be possible, there’s a sense that local … more
Having recently moved to Sun City from Florida’s Gulf Coast, musician Jesse Allen had hopes to find venues to bring his live performing out west. After all, his show back in Fort Myers … more
Since 1925, Arizona Highways has been sharing the history, culture and natural beauty of Arizona with readers around the world. And along the way, it has featured some of the most talented writers … more
The Priscilla Rose Duo is bringing its live tunes to live streaming. The duo, who were regular performers across the West Valley in the pre-quarantine days before COVID-19 made stay-at-home … more
West Valley Arts Council, 16126 N. Civic Center Plaza, Surprise, announced that Sandra Bassett, an accomplished arts and culture and business professional, is its new president and chief executive … more
Wednesday, April 22, marks Earth Day’s 50th anniversary, and although coronavirus precautions have canceled at least one West Valley gathering event, residents can still mobilize online. The … more
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ProMusica Arizona has rescheduled the May 17 performance of “Baroque to Bluegrass” to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25 at American Lutheran Church, 17200 N. Del … more
Maricopa County regional parks are still open for safe recreation during these times of coronavirus precautions, and another option still is to “visit” the Arizona State Park trail system … more
Sun City musicians last month performed an impromptu “driveway concert” to entertain their neighbors during shelter-in-place, and they added an encore on Easter Sunday, April 12. Dale … more
Try to understand how busy local musician Tom Mein was before the coronavirus pandemic. He plays guitar with 56 (rockabilly/rock and roll), Tom Mein and the NEXT Band (instrumental … more
When Governor Doug Ducey imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a point stressed throughout his March 30 executive order was that while residents should follow all … more
The coronavirus has many Sun City residents staying in their homes and missing out on club and other activities they have become used to. more
When West Valley recreation centers closed their doors and social gatherings were restricted, actions taken as a precautionary measure against the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), many residents … more
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