Think there's no such thing as starting holiday shopping too early? Stock up on local goodies this Saturday, November 10, at Local First's 8th Annual Certified Local Fall Festival. Attendees get free access to vendors like Frances Boutique, State Bicycle Co., and Practical Art. See also: - Tour de ... More >>
Sometimes it's a one-night deal, and sometimes they stick around for weeks, so when it comes to seeing an independent film at a local theater, planning ahead is crucial.That's why we've wrangled must-see flicks screening in the Valley this month. Prep your bowl of buttery popcorn and check ou ... More >>
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Courtesy of ASU.I am such a moron sometimes, I swear.I can name a handful of people I personally know who have coughed up a bunch of dough and trekked across the globe to Venice, Italy. And, of course, I've always wanted to go, too. Why? For the beautiful canals, of course.I grew up in the Arcadi ... More >>
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