Do You Know The Way To Santa Fe?

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Everyone knows that Arizona is the best place to live. With its mild winters, sunshine, clear skies and breathtaking views, there is no better place to call home. However, when summer rolls around and temperatures begin to hit the triple digits, the key to surviving the heat is to escape from it. Summer...


The Arizona Music Scene

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When you think of emerging musical artists, Arizona may not be the location that primarily pops into the majority of people’s minds. But those of us from Arizona know differently! There is a rich musical scene here that is broad and boundless like the variety of our deserts. There are plenty of fresh jams and variation in musical milieus to keep your ears begging for more. Not to mention the original sounds that gifted musicians are eager to share with an enthusiastic audience.  Here are a few bands you should probably check out now!



Pro Football Hall of Fame Scores at AZ Science Center

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What came just in time for the Pro Bowl and NFL’s Biggest Game isn't leaving the state as quickly as Patriot and Seahawk fans did. Through May 3rd, Arizona Science Center is exhibiting some of the most iconic football artifacts of all time in Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Gridiron Glory is the most extensive and comprehensive exhibit ever done on America’s most popular sport. The 5,000 square foot...


The 27th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival Back in the Valley

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Looking for an uplifting good time?

Pinal County, AZ – It’s easy! Take a trip Back in Time to the wildly popular and entertaining Arizona Renaissance Festival. The annual faire begins at 10 am every Saturday, Sunday, and on Presidents’ Day Monday, from February 7th thru March 29th.

Today’s audience want to be more then spectators. They want to interact and be surrounded by entertainment as they seek to escape the everyday world.

This Festival transports visitors...


“Fashioned in America” at Phoenix Art Museum

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In the 1920’s, 78 percent of clothing was made in the New York Garment District. Today, that number has dropped to just three percent.  To showcase a revival in United States manufacturing, the Phoenix Art Museum is featuring about 30 ensembles from established and up-and-coming designers in its newest exhibit.

During World War II, the Nazis closed off Paris manufacturing districts to the rest of the world. New York took the initiative to become a hub for American-made garments with the formation of the International Ladies Garment...

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