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There are some big changes happening over at GetOutAZ.com, the online home of the Get Out section.
EVT on your TV? Could be, thanks to a new partnership between the East Valley Tribune and Valley television media stalwart ABC15.
If the saying is right, it’s certainly not the geeks who shall inherit the Earth.
You’ve probably noticed that funny-looking, domed little building on a hill at Greenfield and Guadalupe Roads. You — or your child — may have even been there.
One thing you should know about the Arizona State Fair (which runs through Nov. 6): There are as many ways to save as there are things to see and do.
"Times are tough, and finding quality things to do for both you and your family, on a budget, is not easy.”
When the Ravenscroft Trio performs Saturday night at Tempe Center for the Arts, they’ll share the spotlight with a fourth entity on stage — a piano.
Art’s true power is revealed when a painting or a play goes beyond the aesthetically pleasing to bridge divides between people.
Our neck of the woods has a rich history of talented folks who can sing, dance and put on a good show.
Get-in-free promotions going on at local museums provide an opportunity to squeeze some affordable - and air-conditioned - art and culture into a hot Labor Day weekend. The deals:
Sound the trumpet fanfare. Get Out has launched a new page on Facebook.
We’ve all known them, and some of us have been them: parents who haven’t been out for a night of fun since the children were born.
My dogs haven’t been for a walk in weeks, and they haven’t seen the dog park since May. This time of year, most of their fun comes from daily dive-bomb sessions in the swimming pool. They’re still beside themselves with excitement every time they smell sunscreen, but I could sure use a change in routine.
You can’t have a museum that’s all about music without giving a nod to the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
Each summer, I start strong, determined to make the most of the slower pace that arrives with higher temperatures.
When I was a kid and my mom shuttled us to activities, she often waited in the car, crocheting an afghan or reading a book.
Those skinny yellow tree pods falling into the swimming pool and littering the lawn seem like nothing more than a messy nuisance — until you realize they can be turned into crackers, cookies, bread and even ice cream.
The first time I accompanied my 2-year-old niece and her family to Arizona Science Center, I expected to be a little bored. I’d be the childless aunt, I figured, enthusiastically saying things like “Wow!” and “Good job, sweetie!” from the periphery as toddler and parents moved from one display to the next.
There are some pretty creative folks in the East Valley.
It’s not too late to pull together a last-minute outing for Dad’s Day.
My dad has received his share of “World’s Greatest” tchotchkes, and he no longer has to wear neckties to work. He doesn’t need much in the way of material things, and he’s not one to get excited about the latest gadgets.