The 18th annual Ahwatukee Foothills Nutcracker Ballet – coming to the Desert VIsta High School Fine Arts Theatre Dec. 16-17 – requires months of planning, scores of volunteers, a professional choreographer and costume designer and more than 85 cast members and dancers ages 2 to 18.
As an Arizona State University student in the 1970s pursuing a master’s degree in fine arts, Gilbert photographer Neil Miller turned a chance encounter with Arizona’s first outlawed motorcycle gang into an unusual relationship.
When Trans-Siberian Orchestra mastermind Paul O’Neill died unexpectedly at age 61, his musical partner, Al Pitrelli, was understandably heartbroken.
Phoenix won’t exactly see a white Christmas, but there are plenty of opportunities to get into the holiday spirit with light displays. So, grab your loved ones, hot cider and a blanket and take to the road to check out the millions of lights keeping Phoenix aglow through the new year.
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