Photo courtesy of Matthew Berinato.
Situated in a backyard in Central Phoenix, Brandon Ratcliff is preparing for his SoFar Sounds show. It’s a Saturday afternoon in early March, and as the small crowd begins to settle into their seats, the 24-year-old musician is visibly eager.
His comfortable and unexplainably-cool mood before hitting the...
With any Irish luck, this will be a weekend to remember. Check out our roundup of the best 10 things to do around the Valley in honor of St. Patrick’s Day this weekend, March 15 through March 17.
St. Patrick’s Day Weekend at the Irish Cultural Center
The Irish Cultural Center is the place to be this weekend to take part in dozens of fun and unique festivities that all celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The...
Phoenix officially has a festival for everything, and we are here for it. If you don’t want to take our word for it, just check out a few of the fun festivities that are set to grace this Valley this weekend. With everything from the Chandler Ostrich Festival and the Flying Burrito Food and Music Festival, to the Arizona Aloha Festival and the Witches and Wizards Beer Festival, we’re ready to channel our inner tropic and binge-watch Harry Potter in preparation for the exciting weekend that’s ahead. Check out our full roundup of the top ten things for you to do in...
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Whether you’re a foodie, a lover of electrifying music, a collector of Native American art or just someone looking to celebrate local curators and creators, there is certainly something for you and your family to enjoy in the Valley this weekend, March 1 through March 3. Check out our full roundup of the 10 best things to do this weekend:
Mercury Retrograde starts on March 5 (ending March 28). Here's how to prepare for a time that is typically associated with confusions, time delays and frustration.
1) What is Mercury Retrograde:
What the Planets Are Doing
Mercury has a faster speed than Earth in its physical orbit around the sun – 88 days compared to our 365 days. Because Mercury’s solar orbit is four times faster than Earth’s orbit, Mercury appears to catch up and pass the slower moving Earth around four times a year for several weeks during apparent backwards or retrograde movement. Since Mercury is still...