Wondering whether there might be a bit of poet in us all, Lynn Trimble looks for common threads in the lives of nine youth competing Thursday night in this year’s Arizona Poetry Out Loud finals.
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Lynn Trimble shares honorees and highlights from the 2012 Arizona Governor’s Arts Awards, held March 27 at the Herberger Theater Center — where folks enjoyed everything from whoopie pies to luggage art. Ain’t art grand?
Anticipating renovations to the Scottsdale Civic Center Library, Lynn Trimble shares “before” pictures taken in January — eager to share “after” photos once work is completed.
Quilts featuring squares by famous children’s authors line the walls of a library inside the Brooklyn’s Children’s Museum, reminding Scottsdale writer Lynn Trimble that Arizona families can celebrate literacy together at a March 24 event in Phoenix.
Lynn Trimble, a proud Scotch-Irish spouse blessed with green eyes that protect her from the pinch, goes in search of family-friendly St. Patick’s Day fare, and shares the symbolism that’s made the shamrock famous.
Lynn Trimble shares highlights, in words and pictures, from the Scottsdale Arts Festival — which runs through March 11 at Scottdale Center for the Performing Arts.
After spotting a truck decorated with lovely artwork, Lynn Trimble learns about a Valley organization that helps political refugees by gathering donations and holding special events that feature plenty of mulitcultural music, dance and more.
Families looking for outdoor fun have plenty of options in Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale and Tucson as festivals celebrate everything from indigenous cultures to creativity.
When Arizona Theatre Company opens its 2012/13 season with the musical “Next to Normal,” families who’ve lived with mental illness or the death of a child will be reminded that they are not alone. Others will experience the power of theater to convery compelling stories that help us all achieve greater empathy and awareness.
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