We heart Mesa. You should, too.
The Mesa Historical Museum will close early next year because of lack of revenue and city funding. The museum's exhibits will be moved to other places, including the Arizona Museum for Youth, where the exhibit "Play Ball: The Cactus League Experience" will be moved...An illegal immigrant who was ... More >>
The Catholic Tuition Organization for the Diocese of Phoenix has changed its rules for tuition-tax-credit donors, disallowing donors to name recipients. Under the old plan, taxpayers recommended specific students for the scholarships. Critics of such programs, which are practiced by many private ... More >>
See how watercolor works like "Swimming in the Blue" are made on Saturday.Once again, I find myself in a position where there's a darn good Third Friday Art Walk to blog about, but I'd rather blog about an event on Saturday. Hmmm, what to do...Ok, here's the plan: I'll throw down some links to some ... More >>
Dammit, I knew a reason would come along sooner or later that would force me into paying my late fees at the Phoenix Public Library.I feel really guilty about dodging those fees. I know it makes me a bad person. I owe them a chunk of change for keeping some DVD's for a ridiculous amount of time for ... More >>
Saluting the the king of foam rubber and felt
Turning Japanese in Tempe
"ArtVille" at the Arizona Museum for Youth
F1 Race Factory brings the karts inside
Tempe Youth Library offers plots for tots
The Velveteen Rabbit suffers an identity crisis for the ages
Revamped kids' museum views the pooch
Nikki's Bear Walk-A-Thon fuels fight against cancer
Gun lockers are coming to a public building near you
Museum peace unlikely as a proposed family center in Phoenix fights critics over right to life.
Building new cultural facilities is a risky business for Valley cities.
Mesa's Arizona Museum for Youth
June 17 - 23, 1999
April 29 - May 5, 1999
Wallace and Gromit filmmakers tackle Gumby Noir
Arizona Museum for Youth exhibition brings primary colors to preschoolers