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Thunderbird Artists Sculpture & Wine Festival

With the spectacular fountain as its backdrop, a main avenue in Fountain Hills will be transformed into a sculpture wonderland next month when Thunderbird Artists hosts its 2nd Annual Sculpture & Wine Festival Friday through Sunday, Jan. 13 through 15. The juried show will feature more than 60 acclaimed sculptors from around the globe, giving…

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Nothing Like a Dame

She’s a self-described “big, brassy dame” with a penchant, as a kid, for “overacting and stealing the show.” She is Paulette Rockir, a native New Yorker with a flair for mimicry and a passion to perform.  Now residing in Prescott since 2009 with her husband and biggest fan, David, Paulette was on stage in November…

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Jennifer Cafarella teaches dance from the heart

Jennifer Cafarella is passionate about her life: As a dancer, teacher, mother and business owner. When speaking with her, you can hear that passion for her school, the Ballet Theatre of Phoenix, and her professional company and for showing others how to include the art in their own lives. “I started my formal ballet training…

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Hidden in the Hills celebrates 20 years

Arizona’s largest and longest-running artist studio tour and sale, Hidden in the Hills, celebrates its 20th year during the last two weekends of November: Nov. 18-20 and Nov. 25-27. A signature event of the non-profit Sonoran Arts League, HITH features 188 artists in 47 studio locations throughout the scenic Desert Foothills communities of Cave Creek,…

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“Denial” opens film festival

The 16th Scottsdale International Film Festival kicks off Oct. 6 with an opening celebration complete with live music, food, beverages and the screening of “Denial,” based on the book History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier by Deborah E. Lipstadt. “Denial” recounts Lipstadt’s legal battle for historical truth against historian David…

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