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Life is a highway, or at least it is in the Copperstate 1000 — a vintage car rally where 85 pre-1973 vehicles of various makes and models drive all over Arizona and the Southwest. From April 15-19, the 33rd annual Bell Lexus North Scottsdale Copperstate 1000 is one of three philanthropic events organized by the Men’s Arts Council (MAC) of Phoenix Art Museum. “We’re guys that like to do good things in the community,” MAC...

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Photo courtesy The Hardways    Every week, we present a curated list of live music in a wide range of genres all around the Valley. Everything from mariachi and rockabilly to “saloon-style” sounds and a piano tribute to Coldplay is on tap this week. Mariachi Sol de Mexico de José Hernández Friday, December 10 at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts The festive sounds of mariachi will fill the air when José Hernández brings his...

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Photo by Kat Barnes   Laugh Along to Non-Stop Nonsense When Sister Julia accidentally poisons most of the convent with her cooking, the remaining Little Sisters of Hoboken must put on a show to raise funds to bury the last four “blue nuns” in the icebox. Nunsense continues to bless theatergoers with hilarious talent acts and tongue-in-cheek musical numbers through May 16. Call for times and ticket prices. Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W. Paradise Ln.,...

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Rebel Lounge owner Stephen Chilton with Reap & Sow Owners Luke Bentley & Lance Linderman | Photo by Charles Barth    The leisure and hospitality industries were some of the hardest hit by COVID-19, with employment in these sectors falling from 39 percent to 15 percent in the first few months of the pandemic. In an effort to keep team members employed and sustain their companies, many local business owners found ways to lean on...

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Ansel Adams’ iconic photographs of the American West are among the most influential and memorable images of the natural environment, especially his National Parks photography from the 1940s. But his early photos shed light on his artistic development and his larger body of work, says Adams scholar Dr. Rebecca A. Senf, chief curator for the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona and author of the book Making a Photographer: The Early Work...

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Art lovers, you can go home again. The Phoenix Art Museum is open to the public again, in full force. There are new exhibitions and special installations such as Stories of Abstraction: Contemporary Latin American Art in the Global Context and Seeking Immortality: Ancient Artifacts (burial objects from China, Japan and Korea). You can see Colors of Sky and Clouds: Chinese Blue–and-White Porcelain, plus Teresita Fernández: Elemental – the opening of the latter was delayed...