The historic Nile Theater has had a storied 94-year history in the Valley. Founded as a movie theater and eventually converted to a music venue, The Nile Theater has been a staple of Mesa’s Main Street for decades. After closing in 2002, the venue reopened in 2010 under new ownership.
Jerri Ramey vividly remembers her first public performance. She was 3 years old and it was at a mother-daughter banquet at a Chicago church.
Who doesn’t love a great meal in one skillet?
Robert “Kool” Bell of Kool and the Gang is intrigued.
Some of the best chili chefs in Ahwatukee and around the West have a two-day eating binge in store for you as the Ahwatukee Community Swim & Tennis Center hosts its 14th annual Chili Cook Off Festival.
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