KVOA chief meteorologist Rob Guarino was arrested on suspicion of DUI early Friday.
St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church is hosting a free seminar on lower-back pain, featuring Dr. Debra Walter, on Sunday.
X-Train is, from left, Mark Miracle, Peter McLaughlin, Ross Nickerson and Bob Denoncourt.
Meetings for returning Osher Lifelong Learning Institute members and new and prospective members will be held Tuesday. Folks over the age of 50 are invited to join OLLI and take courses in many different subjects.
Heather Stricker-Dispensa as Christine Daee and David Fanning as The Phantom of the Opera whisper to one another in the wings after exiting the stage on the opening night for The Gaslight Theatre's production of "The Phantom of the Opera." Opening night was last Thursday.
Heather Stricker-Dispensa gets her wig just right before the curtain rises.
David Fanning applies scars as he prepares to take the stage.
Jake Chapman, left, as Mesuir Poligny gets a congratulatory bear hug from Madame Giry, played by Joe Cooper.
Tom Rhodes, Ed Davenport, Gary Kuitert, Eart Edmonson and Andy McCune make up the Titan Valley Warheads. They will perform at St. Philip's church Sunday.
The Bear Canyon Open Air Market is opening for the season on Saturday.
"Because Curiosity Never Retires" is the catch phrase at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at the University of Arizona.
The nonprofit Live Acoustic Venue Association, also known as LAVA, opens its fall season Saturday evening at Abounding Grace Sanctuary with a concert featuring X-Train Bluegrass Band.
St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church's Friends of Music's popular summer concert series concludes Sunday with something completely different.
As summer winds down, here are a few topics that have come to mind lately.
Parents seeking help dealing with their misbehaving children and discipline are invited to a free course offered by St. Francis in the Foothills United Methodist Church.
The third annual Secular Humanist Jewish Circle High Holiday "Celebration of Community and Connection" will be Sept. 22 and include traditional Jewish themes related to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, familiar and contemporary songs, poetry and participation.