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Cooks to hit trail for Chandler’s Chuck Wagon Cook-Off
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Cooks to hit trail for Chandler’s Chuck Wagon Cook-Off

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By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff Campfire smoke will be blowing at Tumbleweed Ranch as teams working out of 1800s-style chuck wagons cook meat, beans and other foods in a culinary competition and historical party. The eighth annual...
Young artist’s foil creations on display at Arizona State Fair
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Young artist’s foil creations on display at Arizona State Fair

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski GetOut Editor Tamiko Azuma would have described her son, Sam Goldinger, as shy and quiet five years ago. He had very little interest in performing or showing off his artwork. But that was before he...
All ages perform vibrant mariachi music, folklorico dance at festival
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All ages perform vibrant mariachi music, folklorico dance at festival

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By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff Mexican culture will come to life in a colorful display of dynamic dance and music at a festival that merges budding child performers with professional adult artists. Musicians will strum guitars, blow...
Rawhide cuts public hours, looks to events
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Rawhide cuts public hours, looks to events

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By Colleen Sparks, Staff Writer Rawhide Western Town & Event Center is dramatically reducing its hours starting Friday, Sept. 1, in response to a decline in attendance in recent years. Instead, the 1880s-themed Old West...
Phoenix Children’s Chorus holding East Valley auditions for aspiring young singers
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Phoenix Children’s Chorus holding East Valley auditions for aspiring young singers

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By SanTan Sun News Staff If their voice is their instrument and the idea of traveling to sing on stages near and far sounds fun to them, bring your kids down to audition for the Phoenix Children’s Chorus. The chorus for boys...
Students to channel ‘divas, villains and jesters’ in opera workshop performance
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Students to channel ‘divas, villains and jesters’ in opera workshop performance

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By Colleen Sparks The drama and laughter of stories told through song will be come to life on stage at a free performance on July 20 in Chandler. “A Concert of Divas, Villains & Jesters,” the Summer Opera Workshop...
Wheelchair-bound Chandler photographer wins local prizes
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Wheelchair-bound Chandler photographer wins local prizes

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Greg Wickenburg was an active teenager in Seattle, playing Little League baseball and riding on his skateboard and BMX bike. This whole life changed when he was 17, however. An automobile accident...
Exhibit telling story of local internment camp on display at Chandler Museum
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Exhibit telling story of local internment camp on display at Chandler Museum

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By SanTan Sun News Staff   There’s still time to see an exhibit at the Chandler Museum chronicling internment camps in the Valley. “Un-American: Japanese Internment in our Backyard” will be on display through July 1 at...
Local teen earns national art award
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Local teen earns national art award

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By SanTan Sun News STAFF A Chandler teenager is getting national recognition for her artistic ability. Cassidy Potts, 17, who was a senior at Hamilton High School at the time, received the American Visions Award, presented by...
Eccentric movie character actor Crispin Glover coming to Chandler
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Eccentric movie character actor Crispin Glover coming to Chandler

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By SanTan Sun News Crispin Glover, known for his roles in the “Back to the Future” and “Charlie’s Angels” films will screen two of his own films, at 7:45 p.m. June 23 and 7 p.m. June 24, at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema,...