While Arizona isn’t regarded as a destination for book lovers, these local book shops make the argument that it probably should be. Here are some of Arizona’s best local bookstores.
Arts & Culture
Do you have a resolution to pursue painting or be a better cook in the new year? Kick off 2021 with these can’t-miss Valley classes that promise a good (and safe!) time alongside new skills.
Need a fun Tuesday out? Artist Lexie Swan from AZ PAINT NIGHT stops by Padre Murphy’s every Tuesday night for a fun, socially distanced Painting Party on the patio from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
We can’t imagine a winter without seeing a Ballet Arizona performance of “The Nutcracker.” Fortunately, tickets are now on sale for virtual performances of both “Inspire” and “Nutcracker Suite.”
Taliesin West in Scottsdale has reopened its doors to the public. Visitors to the celebrated Valley landmark can expect a low-contact, intimate experience.
Farmer’s markets provide the perfect opportunity to connect with community members and support local businesses.
Broadway Jukebox, the world’s first and only interactive Broadway musical, will be presented weekends through Oct. 11 on the Fountain Hills Theatre (FHT) Drive-In stage.
While the fall season is expected to look different this year, there are plenty of arts exhibitions, shows and galleries that can be enjoyed.
Starting August 19, Ballet Arizona is offering a way for fans and dancers to connect via its first-ever dance-inspired book club. The quarterly Ballet Arizona Book Club is a free and open-to-the-public online event to build community and appreciation for the art.
An innovative new dating app called Cove is launching this month in Phoenix, giving users a new take on online dating and the opportunity to develop chemistry through guided, progressively deeper conversation.