The America’s Got Talent crew is back on the road, hunting for the next Terry Fator or Mat Franco. This year, locals will have a chance to nab a spot in Season 11 when the 12-stop audition parks its sizeable entourage at Phoenix Convention Center, on Thursday, December 3.
The ungulate art is part of Little's animal-centric art show “Dogs, Frogs & Flying Hogs.” The exhibit, on display at the Cattle Track Arts Compound in Scottsdale through November 28, benefits Valley nonprofit Altered Tails, a clinic specializing in high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter services.
Artist Kathy Taylor listens to her canvases. Her abstract horse paintings emerge from her acrylic washes, paper and ink and, to hear her tell it, of their own accord. These stunning equine depictions conjure themselves with desert themes, the Old West and Native American myth.
Every office has one: a feline fiend, a meow maven, a proponent of purrs – a crazy-cool cat lady. While the PHOENIX mag staff skews heavily cat-centric, nobody is a more passionate devotee of kitty living than our art director Mirelle Inglefield, cat mama to seven furbabies.
Phoenix-based artist Tom Deadstuff found his macabre little niche late in life. Nearly two decades after dropping out of The Art Institute of Pittsburgh—and after turning 40 – Deadstuff started making zombie piñatas, and then transitioned to crafting sculptural dolls out of papier-mâché.
There's no shortage of spas and massage havens around the Valley. From hot stone massages to reflexology to deep tissue muscle stimulation, Phoenix has a plethora of places for you to unwind. Here are four of our favorites places, and their top treatments.
The 1920s were roaring once again on Saturday, November 7, as the inaugural Grand Prix of Scottsdale took to the streets of Old Town. Locals donned their best Gatsby-esque garb and watched locals and corporately sponsored drivers zip around the 50-lap track in custom Vintage Mini Racers, while enjoying live music, food and brews. Here are a handful of shots from race day.
Recent Arizona State University grads may look back fondly on the university's annual BB Run, dubbed the “Undie Run” as a result of its dress code of solely skivvies. Due to a lack of funding and student government support, the run's future is currently in limbo. Not in limbo: the Colon Cancer Alliance’s annual Undy Run/Walk, a family-friendly spin on the running-in-your-underthings trope.
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