Desert Botanical Garden Archives

Calling all cuisine connoisseurs: For the first time in three years, Devour Phoenix is back at Desert Botanical Garden! In the culinary extravaganza’s 14th year, guests will enjoy a multi-event experience filled with Arizona’s leading chefs, wineries and restaurants at what The New York Times called the Best Southwestern Culinary Festival. New participants this year include Sin Muerte (chef Vince Mellody), Carcara (chef Angy Dykstra), Rough Rider (chef Ian Herschberg), Sake Haus, Anoche Cantina and...

Celebrate Spring with a Concert in the Park Performing on a mix of string and percussion instruments, AZ63 presents Burkina Dreams of the Desert, March 27. The trio’s music encompasses a wide variety of styles, including ancient Bambara songs originating from the West African countries of Mali, Guinea, Senegal and Burkina Faso, as well as original compositions and improvisations inspired by each member’s musical background. The concert is presented by MusicaNova. 2 p.m. $25-$30 (lawn...

Salute a Legendary Singer Angela Ingersoll celebrates an American icon in the uplifting Get Happy: Angela Ingersoll Sings Judy Garland, through Feb. 7. Presented on an outdoor stage located just one block north of Phoenix Theatre, the production includes such Garland favorites as “Over the Rainbow,” “The Trolley Song” and “The Man That Got Away.” The performance space accommodates approximately 250 guests, seated in pairs and distanced 6 feet in all directions. Call for times and ticket prices. Central United...

1. Phoenix Comicon – May 25-28
Calling all sci-fi fans, comic enthusiasts and bookworms – Phoenix Comicon is back. Spend the weekend browsing the tables set up in the exhibitor hall and meet actors and writers like Karen Gillan, Dick Van Dyke, Anthony Michael Hall and Bonnie Wright. Full event $75; T $20; F and Su $30; Sa $45. T, F, Sa 10 a.m.-2 a.m.; Su 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N. Third St., Phoenix,

Each month, we of the PHOENIX Magazine creative team ask ourselves a different question about our favorite dining and drinking experiences in the Valley. Our picks are usually hidden in the back of the magazine among our Dining Guide restaurant listings. Not any more. Our picks are going digital! Feel free to follow us on social media (at least, those of us who tweet) and be sure to tag us (@PhoenixMagazine on Twitter and @PHXMagazine on Instagram) on pics of your favorite picks.

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