South Tempe Vietnamese festival spreads culture
In Tet — or Lunar New Year in Vietnam — traditionally all debts must be paid, offenses forgiven and hostilities ceased.
A NIGHT OWL’S PARADISE: Upscale late-night restaurant coming to Tempe this month
Society by EVO, a full-service dining and drinks experience, will take over the old GuacStar Kitchen and Cantina space at 920 E. University Drive at Rural Road in Tempe.
Chandler Children’s Choir and Mariachi Pasión teaming for Feb. 26 free concert at Corona
It’s a rare combination, but South Tempe/West Chandler patrons may experience them together in "¡Sí! ¡Sí! ¡Sí! Choir Meets Mariachi" at 2 p.m. Feb. 26 at Corona del Sol High.
Chandler joins iconic Thunderbird Artists’ tour for 2022 with help of downtown partnership
Inaugural Downtown Chandler Fine Art & Wine Festival, Feb. 18-20, is to feature world-renowned works, live music, delectable edibles, wine and microbrew tasting.
Looking for something special for your honey? Check out these offbeat Valentine’s Day gifts
There is no shortage of offbeat, less-explosive Valentine’s Day options that, if you’re willing to pay extra for shipping, may arrive in time.
EXCITEMENT HEIGHTENED: New Tempe hotel’s rooftop lounge beckons with views, music, food, drinks
Skysill Rooftop Lounge, above the new 18-floor Westin Tempe downtown, boasts an open-air patio with views for a relaxing afternoon in the sun or a sophisticated evening at sunset.
Tempe author Dzurinko a voice of inspiration
Tempe author Andy Dzurinko was inspired to write his third book, Inspired: Making a Mark on the World, by random acts of kindness.
Ups, downs of life’s journey come into focus for Emmy-winning film student
From winning 2 Emmys, to the passing of his mother, to reshaping what he wants to do in life, it's been a whirlwind for '21 Corona del Sol grad Chandler Carlisle.
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