Northeast Valley News

If we freeze it, they will come

Brian Palm, Reporter

April 8, 2015

The Coyote Curling Club was founded in 2002 in cooperation with the then-Phoenix and now-Arizona Coyotes NHL hockey team.  They curled out of “The Ice Den,” the Coyotes’ practice facility in Scottsdale.  With just 80 members...

Tempe Arts Fest features distinct variety of attractions

Hannah Cook, Managing Editor

March 28, 2015

The air on Mill Avenue in Tempe is filled with the smell of kettle corn, cotton candy and the sound of musicians and performers during the 28th annual Spring Tempe Festival of the Arts. From March 27 to March 29, Mill Avenue...

Pot of Gold festival offers something for everyone

Samantha Smith, Reporter

March 13, 2015

Pot of Gold Music Festival is a large four-day music experience with over 25 bands featured on the lineup. The all-ages festival, located at Tempe Beach Park, takes place from March 13-15 with an additional day on the 17th. Time...

Top 5 Outdoors Farmers Markets

Tab Sylvester, A&E/Social Media Editor

March 12, 2015

The need to eat healthier—and local—has never been more popular than now. And with more and more farmers markets popping up around the Valley, consumers are getting just that – a chance to get know what they’re putting...

Food for the arts

Samantha Hernandez, Reporter

March 12, 2015

The 37th Scottsdale Culinary Festival will attract around 40,000 people to the city for a six day event. The festival brings some of the best chefs and culinary food from around the country for attendees to enjoy. Money from t...

Food Truck Caravan offers variety and entertainment in Old Town

Caity Hemmerle, Feature Editor

March 12, 2015

From gourmet grilled cheese to homemade ice cream, Scottsdale’s Food Truck Caravan rolls through Old Town every Saturday night and offers attendees a unique dining experience. Located at 5th Avenue and Goldwater Boulevard,...

Chipotle Cultivate Music Festival comes to Phoenix

Tab Sylvester, A&E/Social Media Editor

March 12, 2015

The Chipotle Cultivate Music Festival will return for its fifth consecutive year in three select cities: Phoenix, Kansas City and Minneapolis. The food and music festival is a free event for everyone who comes. There are no ticke...

Phoenix gears up for 6th Annual ‘Carnival do Brasil’

Isabel Menzel, Reporter

March 12, 2015

Brazil is legendary for its annual Carnival festival, and now you can experience the high energy event close to home. On March. 21, ‘Carnival Do Brazil,’ hosted by Afro Baile, will return for its sixth consecutive year. ...

“Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story on Stage” allows you to have the time of your life

Samantha Smith, Reporter

March 11, 2015

"Dirty Dancing: The Classic Story On Stage" is a new experience that has brought the beloved film to stages across the country. Set in the summer of 1963, "Dirty Dancing" tells the story of 18-year-old Frances “Baby” Houseman...

Arabian Horse Show completes 60th year

Christopher Hunter, Reporter

February 23, 2015

The 60th Annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show concluded yesterday at West World in Scottsdale. It was a great event for the whole family, and fun for everyone, novice to horse-lover. “This is kind of like ground-zero for...

Downtown Scottsdale offers free trolley service

Tab Sylvester, A&E/Social Media Editor

February 23, 2015

For students and visitors alike, downtown Scottsdale’s free trolley service is something to get excited about. The Downtown Trolley is a free year-round service available to tourists, shoppers, locals in the neighborhood and everyone around. The trolley runs every 15 minut...

Reporting from the Northeast Valley, Phoenix, and surrounding communities. State, National and International coverage- from the campus of Scottsdale Community College.
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