Area children ages 3 through 20 years are encouraged to join the Saturday audition for the 18th year of Ahwatukee’s own production of the holiday classic “The Nutcracker,” even if they have no dance experience.
When Melissa Pruitt traveled to Japan, little did she know it would change her life. While in the Far East, she stumbled across a cat café and fell in love with the concept that started in Taiwan.
A few months after opening, Smoothie Run’s signature products are proving to be a hit with its customers in Gilbert.
Ahwatukee resident and Desert Vista High School teacher Michelle Coro likes to say, “I’m busy and blessed.”
Alice Cooper’s heyday may have been back in the 1970s, when tours behind albums like “Billion Dollar Babies” were breaking the Rolling Stones’ concert attendance records.
John Waite is rarely at a loss for words.
There will be plenty of singing – and swinging – next month as Studio 3 Performing Arts in Gilbert presents “Tarzan the Stage Musical.”
Red Mountain High School graduate Max Thompson doesn’t know the meaning of “give up.” Thompson and his Gilbert-based dance troupe, Outlawz, have been rehearsing for its August world championship bout for a year.
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