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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Arts

New Chums keep the energy high

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski California native Seth Boyack was visiting a historical museum in Australia when he came across an interesting phrase: “new chums.” “There was a placard that said when new prisoners were coming in to...

Gilbert musician makes cinematic debut

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski English guitarist Ben Bruce has an affinity for the Valley. Having moved to Scottsdale, Bruce now lives in Gilbert with his wife and daughter to give her the best possible childhood, he said. “It’s...

Imogen Cunningham’s art on display

By GSN Staff “Imogen Cunningham: Through Her Lens,” an exhibition of vintage and estate prints by Imogen Cunningham, will be held through October 21 at Ryan Gallery, Art Intersection in Gilbert. One of the first professional...

Lifehouse having a blast connecting people with music

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Gilbert High School graduate Ricky Woolstenhulme Jr. could be his hometown’s biggest fan. The drummer for the multiplatinum band Lifehouse spent years away from the East Valley, living in Los Angeles, until last...

Local Outlawz try to take hip hop world by storm

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Higley High School graduate Phoenix Banuelos has his eye on the prize. When he and Mesa resident Max Thompson founded the dance crew Outlawz three years ago, they knew they were going...

New York City Ballet promotes Gilbert dancer

By Amy Schrader Childhood dreams can come true.  Just ask Gilbert native Gabriella Domini. From the moment she saw the New York City Ballet perform “The Nutcracker” during a vacation with her family, the then 9-year-old...

‘The Little Mermaid’s’ Ariel to flip on the Hale Stage

By Don Andrews Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert will be transformed into an underwater kingdom when it presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” from July 7 through August 19. The production features fantastic costumes, special effects and...
OZ

Children’s theater performs ‘Wizard of Oz’ tale

The East Valley Children’s Theatre is capping off its 20th anniversary season with a production of “OZ!”, the timeless “Wizard of Oz” tale. The show will run June 15-25 at the Mesa Arts Center, and feature 41 talented youths ages...
Aida

Sir Elton John’s ​epic tale ‘Aida’ at Hale stage

By Don Andrews The glittering musical tale of Nubian princess Aida runs at the Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert through July 1. The Broadway-style production by Sirs Elton John and Tim Rice is a modern...

San Tan Chorale to perform

The San Tan Orchestra is hosting a chamber concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 9, at 440 S. Brett St. in Gilbert. Tickets are $20 and includes light dining. Seating is limited. Part of...