The Arcadia neighborhood is built in old citrus orchards, so if you have friends there they probably have more citrus than they can eat, and are likely to give you some. The fruit from the citrus trees attracts roof rats, who love the neighborhood too, maybe not for the nice houses and good schools, but [...]
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Lynn Trimble drives through her old neighborhood in Phoenix only to discover an Arizona SciTech Festival event taking place at Arizona Falls, a place she neglected to appreciate while living nearby. Check out her photos and reflections on finding the new in things dubbed old.
Lynn Trimble shares news of two art exhibit receptions taking place in Scottsdale Thursday night, proving that it’s a small world — and that even small artists have big imaginations.
Lynn Trimble returns to the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix, where her three children grew up, to see what’s new at the Shemer Art Center and Museum where they once enjoyed exhibits, art classes and outdoor festivals.
Lynn Trimble chats with Colleen-Jennings Roggensack of ASU Gammage, the only person in Arizona who gets to vote on who’ll receive those coveted Tony Awards® each year. They spoke by phone Monday morning as Jennings-Roggensack was in NYC for the exciting week that culminates with this Sunday’s 2011 Tony Awards® ceremony, being broadcast on CBS. Read “Stage Mom” every day this week for local takes on the Tony Awards®.
Lynn Trimble explores Valley options for students hoping to “get their glee on” with musical theater classes or camps — and offers three tips for parents looking for summer camp programs.
There’s ballet, opera and Shakespeare in cinema. Fall openings for expected blockbusters from “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” to “The Voyage of the Dawn Treader” (think “Chronicles of Narnia”). Even a new theater opening this week at the Scottsdale Pavilions. Lynn Trimble explores art-related and family-friendly movie-going options.
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