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Classic films return to the big screen at Harkins Theatres
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Classic films return to the big screen at Harkins Theatres

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By SanTan Sun News Staff Harkins Theatres is presenting Ultimate Classics, with special presentations of classic films, 7 p.m. every Tuesday in June for only $5. Films include “Reality Bites,” “E.T. The...
Public art in Chandler is now this Bugg’s life
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Public art in Chandler is now this Bugg’s life

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When he joined the organization earlier this year, Chandler visual arts coordinator Peter Bugg initially thought his new job might be too good to be true. “Everyone was so welcoming and enthusiastic about working for the city,...
Public works of art and galleries enhance Chandler’s culture
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Public works of art and galleries enhance Chandler’s culture

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Chandler’s downtown continues to evolve with an eclectic mix of old and new businesses and restaurants calling it home and attracting visitors from all over the Valley. Wherever you find a vibrant, thriving downtown, you also...
East Valley Children’s Theatre performing classic “Wizard of Oz” tale
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East Valley Children’s Theatre performing classic “Wizard of Oz” tale

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By SanTan Sun News Staff   The East Valley Children’s Theatre is capping off its 20th anniversary season with a production of “OZ!”, the timeless “Wizard of Oz” tale. The show will run June 15-25 at the Mesa Arts...
Chandler Center for the Arts to offer shows year-round
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Chandler Center for the Arts to offer shows year-round

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   In Michelle Mac Lennan’s 18 years at the Chandler Center for the Arts, she has worked tirelessly to provide the best programming possible. Now, to broaden and deepen her audiences, Mac...
Vintage market will offer shabby chic art, furniture, jewelry
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Vintage market will offer shabby chic art, furniture, jewelry

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By Colleen Sparks If shabby chic is your style when it comes to art, furniture and jewelry, the Front Porch Pickins Vintage & Handmade Market might be your cup of tea. The market will include “rusty retro” and many...
Downtown Chandler goes Cajun and gets musical for Abita Brewing event
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Downtown Chandler goes Cajun and gets musical for Abita Brewing event

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By Steve Solomon Don parade attire and get a taste of the Big Easy at the Great Southwest Cajun Fest in Chandler on Saturday, April 22nd. Showcasing the heart and soul of New Orleans, paired of course with Arizona fusion and...
Chandler Museum design unveiled, touts a modern look
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Chandler Museum design unveiled, touts a modern look

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By Mike Butler The new Chandler Museum will be a striking contemporary counterpoint to the historic McCullough-Price House, linked by an arrival plaza, a pedestrian corridor, gardens and a shaded courtyard. Phil Weddle of...
Before they were famous: See masterpieces from the next generation of artists
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Before they were famous: See masterpieces from the next generation of artists

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Kid-created artwork decorates refrigerators in millions of homes around the country. However, you won’t often see it in an art gallery. Not so at Tarwater Elementary’s Spring Art Show. You can browse an elegant...
Recall ‘Yesterday’ with concert at Sunbird Country Club
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Recall ‘Yesterday’ with concert at Sunbird Country Club

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Yesterday Once More—a variety show featuring music from the 1950s to 1970s—will bring its show to the Sunbird Country Club at 6250 S. Sunbird Blvd., Chandler, at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 8. Tickets...