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How an Arizona anti-grooming law could be used to target teachers

Phoenix News Times 6/12 8:54A Shelby Rae Willis | LOOKOUT
This story was first published by LOOKOUT, an investigative nonprofit news organization covering Arizona’s LGBTQ+ communities. Last month, Gov. Katie Hobbs signed HB 2310—a bill that aims to prosecute...

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Juneteenth Block Party

AZ Parenting 6/15 4:00P Taylor Skeivik
The Juneteenth Block Party invites everyone to celebrate under the theme of Freedom of Expression, honoring the progress made in the ongoing fight for racial equality and...

The Dinosaur Picnic

AZ Parenting 6/15 11:00A Taylor Skeivik
Join an extraordinarily talented ensemble of dinosaurs for a rollicking adventure at The Dinosaur Picnic ! Delight in the prehistoric fun and silly antics in this entertaining...

Leslie the Butterfly Fairy?????

AZ Parenting 6/15 8:00A Taylor Skeivik
See thousands of butterflies and meet Leslie, the enchanting Butterfly Fairy hailing from the Flutter Forest. Visit Butterfly Wonderland for a whimsical opportunity to capture...


AZ Parenting 6/14 12:00P Taylor Skeivik
Come hangout , play games , and craft with us at the new teens (13-17) only program C r a f t- i s h . A list of our planned activities for this summer: May 10th memory boxes...

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Geisha A Go Go to close Scottsdale restaurant and karaoke bar

Phoenix News Times Food & Drink 6/14 6:25A Tirion Boan
Longtime Scottsdale sushi spot and karaoke bar Geisha A Go Go is closing. The business, located on Sixth Avenue in the heart of Old Town, shared the news on social media and through an email...

Celebrate Juneteenth in Phoenix with these food events

Phoenix News Times Food & Drink 6/14 5:00A Sara Crocker
Juneteenth is observed on June 19 to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States, when the Union Army arrived in Galveston, Texas, in 1865 and announced that all enslaved people be freed. The...

Arizona food, drink events for your summer road trip

Phoenix News Times Food & Drink 6/13 7:50A Sara Crocker
With triple-digit temperatures settling in, it’s shaping up to be a long, hot and potentially record-breaking summer. If heading to Arizona’s higher elevations is part of your playbook to pass these...

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