Northeast Valley News

Ghostwalk surprise at Club Red

Denise Elfenbein, Photo Editor

October 30, 2015

With layers of guitars, synthesizers and even cello, Ghostwalk debuts with their release titled “Archive.” The album contains 11 brooding and melodic tunes reminiscent of Depeche Mode, Art of Noise and old Cure.  Matt Nisbet,...

Fun in the sun for electronic music lovers

Samantha Hernandez, Reporter

April 26, 2015

Wet Electric, the largest festival and pool party in the country, is being held at Big Surf Waterpark in Tempe. It is a two-day event which starts April 25. The event is a new take on the music festival. For two days artist...

‘Gridiron Glory’ exhibit for both diehards and enthusiasts

Chris Hunter, Reporter

April 20, 2015

It’s a chilly October day, people are beginning to bust out their jackets. Outside, families are scurrying to and from church, but you’re inside enjoying an outstanding overtime. Your favorite QB just threw a Doug Flutie-esque...

Summer water recreation offers cool respite

Brian Palm, Reporter

April 10, 2015

As the days get longer and temperatures rise, many valley residents turn to our rivers and reservoirs to stay cool.  There’s more to water recreation than boating, jet skiing and water skiing.  For the fitness- and adventure-minded,...

National, local artists showcased in top arts festival

Samantha Hernandez, Reporter

April 9, 2015

The 45th Scottsdale Arts Festival, one of the top such events in the country, was held from March 13-15. The three-day event showcased 175 artists, more than 20 bands, and more than a dozen food trucks. The festival attracted ...

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