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Friday, June 23, 2017

Mexican Art Meets Europe at The Phoenix Art Museum

Mexican Art Meets Europe at The Phoenix Art Museum

 When the French poet and writer André Breton declared Frida Kahlo a surrealist, he was aware of  the artistic connection between Mexico and Europe.  That tie becomes apparent when viewing The Phoenix Art Museum’s “Modern Mexican Painting from the Andre Blaistén Collection.” Organized by The Phoenix Art Museum, The San Diego Museum of Art, the >> Read More…


Apps: Making the Smartphone Smarter

Apps: Making the Smartphone Smarter

Considering the sophistication of the latest “smartphones,” their calling capabilities seem like afterthoughts. From video to voice to text features, the current crop of mobile phones, or “handsets,” offer true multitasking in compact containers. With the popularity of Google’s mobile phone operating system “Android,” the connection between the web, desktops and assorted devices is becoming >> Read More…


All in the Family: Christofolo Continuing Family Business

All in the Family: Christofolo Continuing Family Business

As a 7-year-old “foodie” he enjoyed eating oysters, but it wasn’t until Dustin Christofolo began managing the dining room and servers at Quiessence, a restaurant at The Farm at South Mountain, that he fell in love with the family business. “That’s when I was introduced to the restaurant business—not catering,” said Christofolo, 30, a South >> Read More…


New Skate Park Slated for Laveen

New Skate Park Slated for Laveen

When Rob Dyrdek’s Street League skateboarding tour rolls into Glendale on July 17, a new skate plaza should be up and running at Cesar Chavez Park in Laveen. Dyrdek, a professional skateboarder who has a popular show on television, donated the park to Phoenix. It was originally planned for Margaret T. Hance Park, but there >> Read More…


Developer Eyes South Phoenix for Amusement Park

Developer Eyes South Phoenix for Amusement Park

On March 17, Phoenix Councilmen Michael Nowakowski and Michael Johnson held a public meeting at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center to seek feedback on a possible amusement park and entertainment complex near 19th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road. The site under consideration is part of a 290-acre, city-owned landfill, as well as >> Read More…


Chicanitas: Small Paintings With Power

Chicanitas: Small Paintings With Power

For Cheech Marin’s collection at Mesa Art Center, “size doesn’t matter” “It is what is inside the frame that counts,” said Cheech Marin. Culled from his extensive collection of Chicano Art, considered among the finest in the United States, Chicanitas: Small Paintings from the Cheech Marin Collection, with the witty subtitle “size doesn’t matter,” showcases >> Read More…


Manzanita Speedway: The Track That Action Built

Manzanita Speedway: The Track That Action Built

For some reason, the Manzanita Speedway at Broadway Road and 35th Avenue in Phoenix is one of the best kept secrets in the Valley of the Sun. Unless a person is into auto racing, the facility is mostly off the radar for most folks when they are looking for something to do on a Saturday >> Read More…


Food as Fine Art

Food as Fine Art

Pan Asia Restaurant bringing sushi and more to South Mountain…


The Lovely Lemon

The Lovely Lemon

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Local Music Legend Continuing Kingston Trio Legacy

Local Music Legend Continuing Kingston Trio Legacy

“Maybe it would be wise to try it for a year and see if something happens. We did, and the first year we had a million-selling hit,” recalled Bob Shane, a member of the legendary Kingston Trio and South Mountain resident. As effortlessly as the recounting of the roots of the group he and fellow >> Read More…


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