Gammage Goer Josh Frigerio reviews the show “Blue Man Group” after opening night, Tuesday Feb. 25, 2014. The show runs through Sunday, March 1.
Read the original story on abc15.com. A chic new wine bar has moved into downtown Phoenix. Central Wine Phoenix is one lightrail stop north of Lux Coffee and close neighbors to the George and Dragon along Central Avenue. But its only one sip away from the vineyards of California and Italy. At least that is whatContinue reading “Central Wine is latest bar to join downtown Phoenix”
CAMP VERDE, AZ – Two tiger cubs found in Arizona last month and now living at the Out of Africa Wildlife Park have some new names to go along with their new home. The wildlife park held a contest from Jan. 7-23 where the public could suggest names for the 200-pound male tigers who were found tied-upContinue reading “Rescued tigers at Arizona park to join ‘tiger school’”
Arizona’s Child Advocate Response Examination Team, or CARE Team, appointed by Gov. Jan Brewer released its report regarding thousands of reports of child abuse that went uninvestigated. The CARE Team said one-specific issue is not to blame for the entire situation, however, a multitude of problems created a domino-effect of bad judgement and practices thatContinue reading “Arizona CARE Team: CPS agency understaffed, overwhelmed with cases”
Gammage Goer Josh Frigerio reviews “Peter and the Starcatcher” at ASU Gammage.
How good are you at picking out baby names? What about tiger names? The Out of Africa Wildlife Park in Camp Verde, Ariz. needs your help naming two if its most recent additions — a juvenile white and orange tiger. In a bizarre story, the tigers were found in the backyards of two separate ArizonaContinue reading “Out of Africa Wildlife Park: Help name the two new tigers”
Deciding to leave Horizon High School was one of the hardest decisions Kathrine Kouns had to make. It meant leaving behind 13 years of organizing set lists, countless hours perfecting harmonies in rehearsals, choreographing steps ahead of holiday concerts and, of course, saying goodbye to her students. “It was very difficult to leave that place,” she said.Continue reading “Former Arizona music teacher up for GRAMMY’s Music Educator Award”
Gammager Goer Josh Frigerio reviews Mamma Mia! at ASU Gammage.
Image courtesy of MCACC. As the holidays keep creeping forward and the temperatures drop, it’s important to keep your loveable pets warm as well. Melissa Gable with Maricopa County Animal Care and Control offered up a few important safety tips to ensure your pet stays warm and healthy through the winter months. View four simpleContinue reading “4 simple ways to protect your pets this winter”
When it comes to tequila, you’re probably doing it all wrong. Salt first. Then shot. Then bite the lemon. The reason? It enhances the flavor. Did you know that there are over 1,300 registered tequilas? And each one is different. As the Phoenix Tequila Fest kicks off this weekend at U.S. Airways Center, we thoughtContinue reading “Your drink-able guide to the 2013 Phoenix Tequila Fest”