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Ray Villafane’s playful, carved pumpkins are synonymous with Halloween in Carefree. But when COVID-19 hit, he was forced to make a change when the town canceled its events.

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An Organic Pumpkin Farm Stand, hot air balloons aglow in the gloaming, a BBQ cook-off, a variety of local food trucks and retail vendors, a beer garden.

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Matt Lloyd was never one for guitar instruction books. He’d rather teach himself or fiddle around until he got it. 

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Brad Kahlhamer of Mesa is among the 24 artists participating in “Larger Than Memory: Contemporary Art from Indigenous North America,” at the Heard Museum in Phoenix.

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For those looking for a day trip out of Phoenix or Tucson, consider heading up into the Superstition Mountain foothills to one of Arizona’s most stunning gardens – a 353-acre oasis in the uplands of the Sonoran Desert called Boyce Thompson Arboretum.  

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It’s tough to find live music these days amid social distancing and other curbs on large gatherings, so Mesa Arts Center is doing the next best thing – bringing music to your home.

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, leading members of Phoenix’s fine arts scene have been planning a strategy to safely reopen museums. After intense deliberation, the Phoenix Art Museum aims to resume public operations in October. 

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The pandemic has cost the Valley scores of annual public events this year – from fundraising galas and community gatherings to well-established traditional celebrations like the Ostrich Festival and even the Arizona State Fair.