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Sicilian Butcher pivots with Italian market
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Sicilian Butcher pivots with Italian market

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF When the Sicilian Butcher opened in December at Chandler Fashion Center, owner Joey Maggiore was intent on bringing to the East Valley the same Italian cuisine that brought plaudits to his original restaurant...
Chandler nonprofit promotes concerts, faith
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Chandler nonprofit promotes concerts, faith

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Tribune Staff Writer Brian Cole never envisioned or had aspirations to work in event production. Then God came calling. “God had a plan and opened all the doors for me,” Cole said. “I did do...
Northern hikes are way to go this summer
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Northern hikes are way to go this summer

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Jordan Houston Tribune Contributor Between coronavirus anxieties, self-isolation, gym closures and working from home, it’s normal to want to curl up on the couch and binge-watch Netflix for days on end – but that doesn’t...
Arts center prepares for cautious reopening
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Arts center prepares for cautious reopening

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TRIBUNE NEWS STAFF The Chandler Center for the Arts is making a slow effort to reopen after losing thousands of dollars because of the pandemic-related shutdowns. In less than a week after the center installed hand-sanitizing...
Mesa director mounts her own ‘Frankenstein’ musical
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Mesa director mounts her own ‘Frankenstein’ musical

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Getout Staff One of literature’s most celebrated monsters is getting a new musical treatment, courtesy of a Mesa director and a number of young Mesa thespians. “Frankenstein, An Original Musical” will be presented by State...
i.d.e.a. Museum slates spring break camp
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i.d.e.a. Museum slates spring break camp

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GetOut STAFF It’s not too early to think about what the kids will do during spring break, the i.d.e.a. Museum is reminding parents. Toward that end, the downtown Mesa museum is featuring a hands-on program on science technology...
Scottsdale is ready for the 67th Parada del Sol
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Scottsdale is ready for the 67th Parada del Sol

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Getout NEWS STAFF There will be lots of whoopin’ and hollerin’ in Old Town Scottsdale Saturday, Feb. 8, as the Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade & Trail’s End Festival hit the streets for the 67th consecutive year “The...
Queen Nation pays tribute to legendary band
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Queen Nation pays tribute to legendary band

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Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, GetOut Editor Mike McManus remembers the night that changed his life. He was 15 and saw Brian May playing guitar for Queen in 1980.  “I saw ‘The Game Tour’ when I was growing up in Boston,”...
Birds Nest returns with hometown heroes
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Birds Nest returns with hometown heroes

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Christina Fuoco-Karasinski, GetOut Editor When Austin Burke was a child, he remembers his parents not allowing him to go to the Birds Nest. An established national anthem singer by elementary school, Burke instead stayed at home...
Unique skills on display at Renaissance Festival
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Unique skills on display at Renaissance Festival

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Connor Dziawura, GetOut Staff Writer Renaissance fairs around the nation are breeding grounds for people with interesting talents. From unique skills to thrilling performances, these popular events tap the best they can find in...