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Your Guide to Celebrating Day of the Dead In Arizona

Day of the Dead, the annual celebration in which Latinos honor their loved ones, is fast approaching. Last year, Day of the Dead festivities were, for the most part, canceled due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, this year, with the decline in coronavirus cases and the increase in vaccination rates, Day of the Dead celebrations are back on! 

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Boo! These 4 Haunted Arizona Places Will Give You Chills.

From moving mannequins to the ghosts of a cowboy and a bootlegger, these spots in Arizona have some creepy stories to tell. 

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Copper Food Truck Friday: Valley Trucks to Check out for Meals on the Go

Amid Arizona's third wave of the pandemic, we're highlighting some of the mobile food and beverage options available around the Valley.

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Tucson Cathedral Welcomes Return of Mariachi Mass After Silence During COVID Pandemic

After more than a year of silence due to the pandemic, mariachis are back playing Sunday services at Tucson’s St. Augustine Cathedral.

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Arizona Is Home to More Than 100 Vineyards. Think You Can Visit Them All?

Arizona isn’t just hot sauce and water parks—the Grand Canyon State is also home to over 100 vineyards.

Looking For Ways to Keep Kids Entertained This Summer? Here’s What Six Valley Moms Recommend

Staycations, low-cost resorts, and summer sports—oh my! Here’s what Valley moms do to keep their kids cool—and maintain their sanity—from May to September.

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Make Your Summer Splash At One of These Seven Valley Water Parks

Is your vaccinated self looking for ways to make up for lost time? Then you won’t want to miss a single one of these summer attractions.