By: Samantha Collins Maybe you’ve seen it in movies and on TV, but have you ever witnessed lucha libre live? If you haven’t, here’s your chance. There’s nothing like a bit of dramatic wrestling to set your evening off right.
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By: Samantha Collins If there’s one thing that most Latinos can agree on, it’s that we love a night of dancing. What better way to enjoy tearing up the floor than with a live band? Proyecto Clave is coming to
By: Samantha Collins Last year was tumultuous, and our country has been left in a state of frustration, anxiety and fear. Many people are hopeful that the nation will move towards prosperity, while others are fearful of what may lay
By: Samantha Collins This is not the Charlie’s Angels that you might first think of. Los Ángeles de Charly, named after frontman Carlos “Charly” Becíes, are a musical group that have been around for nearly two decades. Proponents of the
By Isabel Byfield It finally feels like winter in Phoenix… at least some days it does – and it reminds me of my childhood and the comfort drinks that my mom would make for me. Latin cuisine is full of
(Phoenix,AZ) – Esta semana, espera autos veloces, cuentos fantásticos y mucha diversión con la llegada de Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment a Phoenix, además habrá sorpresas muy especiales para algunos de los lectores más jóvenes de la ciudad. En el espectáculo
By: Carla León Celaya After Orlando: An International Theater Action is made up of 70 short plays that were written in response to the mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in 2015. It has been performed in over 50 theaters and
By: Samantha Collins UFC has become a classic American pastime, and what better way to enjoy it than live in your very own city? Usher in the upcoming featherweight bout between Mexican golden child Yair Rodriguez and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu guru
PHOENIX – The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) will host its fifth annual D-backs Race Against Cancer (#DbacksRace), presented by University of Arizona Cancer Center at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, on April 9 with proceeds benefitting the Arizona
By Lorin McLain Present Obama left the nation with a message coupled with hope and warning in his farewell address this week. America’s 44th president took the opportunity to note his accomplishments and ultimately his legacy, and also warned of