Once upon a time, there was a city. It was not the largest city, or the smallest. It was not the richest or the poorest. But this city had a reputation, nonetheless. It was known throughout the land as dry and inhospitable -- heated to unimaginable temperatures for several months of the year, ruled ... More >>
Chow Bella's launching a new feature this week -- peeking behind the scenes and getting our hands dirty in the kitchens of some of our favorite chefs, foodies and Phoenix tastemakers. In the kitchen with: Kathy Cano-Murillo, aka The Crafty Chica Making: cake pops Today our visit t ... More >>
Its a making marathon
Kathy Cano-Murillo The namesake/operator of www.CraftyChica.com, artist, author and Senior New Product Developer and National Spokesperson for iLoveToCreate recently added "novelist" to the list with the release of her new book, Waking Up in the Land of Glitter (Grand Central Publishing). What' ... More >>
Hunt for booty at the m7 festival
By craftychica on flickr.Isn't she gorgeous?I was considering a blog about the Lowrider show at Phoenix Art Museum tomorrow but the fine folks over in Night & Day already got their paws on it. Nicely done, guys.Lucky for us, there's plenty of good stuff going on around town. Like the Heard Mu ... More >>
While some of us race to the SSRIs for serenity, others of us have decided that taking up a craft for comfort and creative expression is the way to go. Actually, some of us, like me, for instance, do both for balance. Blame it on either early 60's back-to-nature hippie culture or maybe Martha Stew ... More >>
By Lilia MenconiThis:Plus this: "Casablanca" by Yoshiki Hishinuma, wool seamless knitwearEquals an excellent way to decompress after clogging your bowels with Thanksgiving dinner.Okay, so maybe you don't need that kind of decompression, but it's a great way to take in some art and a little exer ... More >>
Really. Theres food at this Latino arts festival.
Dont shop around. Go here.
Day of the dead is part of Mexican history