She strutted. She vamped. She flipped her platinum locks, tall and flowing, as if Amy Winehouse and Dolly Parton had collided in a hair salon. She worked the crowd, shimmying with impunity, dollar bills from admirers stuffed in her Grand Canyon of cleavage. She twirled in her thigh-high whit…
Pitch dark, save the flickering lantern dangling from his lapel, and Dreadful Dre stood ramrod straight in a deserted parking lot on Leroux Street. He twirled his skull-handled cane, then pointed the staff ominously northward in the direction of a stately Flagstaff home deemed by many, inclu…
Lowell Observatory was one of the first Flagstaff businesses to close as COVID-19 cases began cropping up in Arizona, ahead of any official orders to do so. Now almost five months later, the historic science institution is rolling out the first phase of its reopening plan.
It’s official. Western New York has entered phase four of New York State’s reopening plan. For local music venue owners, patrons and musicians alike, this is the day they’ve been waiting for.
Following projections by leaders in California and New York that concerts and live events might not return until 2021 or later, many concert venues worry that the industry will not be able to make a full recovery with the current financial assistance measures in place.
Don’t call it a comeback, but Theatrikos Theatre Company is recovering from somewhat of a rough 2019.
Grand Canyon National Park is hosting free Native American heritage and diversity events as well as offering fee-free entry in honor of Veterans Day in early November 2019.
The Orpheum Theater has long been a premier venue for arts and entertainment in northern Arizona, with plenty of history to boot.
When St. Patrick’s Day lands on a Friday — as it does this year with March 17 at the end of this work week, it’s a chance to dial up the festivities for the special Irish holiday and possibly consider it a three-day weekend of celebrating.
When St. Patrick’s Day lands on a Friday — as it did this year -- it’s a chance to dial up the festivities for the special Irish holiday and possibly consider it a three-day weekend of celebrating.
Flagstaff residents love all things local. But a in recent Facebook shout out, our readers let us know there are still a lot of places we could use here in our little mountain town.
Get ready for corned beef, Irish jigs and lots of green beer.
The summer season is winding down, but the concert line-up is just starting to heat up. To help cement autumn plans, we’ve compiled some of our must-see suggestions to keep music flowing.