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  • 2017 December Supermoon

    The year’s largest and brightest moon, the so-called supermoon, is scheduled to make its appearance in the December sky this weekend, December 2nd through 3rd.
    Supermoons are up to 14 percent larger and 30 percent brighter than typical full moons, and they only happen when a full moon is closest to Earth in its orbit.
    The supermoon officially … Continue reading

  • Tempe Fall Festival of the Arts

    If you’re an art enthusiast or just looking for a fun free activity for the family, the Fall Festival of the Arts will return to Downtown Tempe in December.

    The festival will go from Friday, December 1 to Sunday, December 3. It will be open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

    The Tempe Festival of … Continue reading

  • Innings Festival Lineup Announced

    The Innings Festival has announced the daily lineup for its inaugural weekend at Tempe Beach Park with Queens of the Stone Age headlining Friday, March 23, the Avett Brothers headlining Saturday and Chris Stapleton topping the bill on Sunday.
    The three-day festival is produced by C3 Presents, the team behind Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits Music Festival, as … Continue reading

  • Sun Devil Stadium – For More Than Just Football

    Arizona State hockey. Professional soccer. Goat yoga.
    If ASU administrators have their way, all three will find a home in Sun Devil Stadium soon.
    “There’s a reason why we beat MIT and Stanford three years in a row, and it’s going to be four and five,” Colleen Jennings-Roggensack said about ASU’s No. 1 ranking in innovation.
    The university has … Continue reading

  • Mezona Market Opens Friday

    Sweet Cakes Cafe in Mesa has served some of the best sugar cookies on Main Street for more than a decade, but the bakery will unveil a new concept called the Mezona Market in a grand opening celebration Friday.
    Rest assured, you can still get your cinnamon rolls, cookies and other sweet treats.
    Sweet Cakes no longer serves … Continue reading

  • Visit Tempe’s “Nightmare Before Christmas” House

    Drive down El Freda Road in Tempe and you’ll see one of the most elaborately decorated houses in the city. Jessica and Francis Brown decorated their house after the 1993 classic “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. From the street, garland and Christmas lights illuminate “Nightmare Town,” large fangs hang from the monster house, and color-changing eyes peer … Continue reading

  • Halloween in the East Valley

    The Halloween season has no shortage of fun. For some, it’s all about costumes and candy. Others are more into the party scene — or the scary movies, crafty pursuits, ghost stories, and haunted houses.

    In other words, there’s a lot to see and do this time of year, and most of it centers around All Hallows Eve. Here are some of the best Halloween … Continue reading

  • Explore Arizona’s Wine Region

    You might not know it, but Arizona produces some really great wine. Our wines have been served in the White House and at James Beard dinners in New York, and they’ve earned ribbons and won medals just like some of the more famous wine-growing regions in the country.
    Napa Valley can eat its (delicious, rave-worthy) heart … Continue reading

  • Fall Festivals and Events

    Enjoy these fall events in Tempe this October!

     
    Tempe Tardeada  at Tempe Community Complex

    Tempe Tardeada at Tempe Community Complex is the City of Tempe’s 19th Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival.  Tempe Tardeada takes place on October 8, 2017 and is the culmination of Hispanic Heritage Month which celebrates the historical significance of Hispanics within our community.  Free activities … Continue reading