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…in the Valley SEPTEMBER

Check out indie singer-songwriter The Tallest Man on Earth at the Crescent Ballroom. 308 N 2nd Ave., Phoenix


Saturday Mornings at Phoenix Public Market—support local farmers, businesses, and artists. 14 E. Pierce, Phoenix; See who’ll be there at


Start off the weekend right with Happy Hour at Blanco. Check out more deals at Scottsdale’s hottest restaurants at, 6166 N. Scottsdale Rd #601, Scottsdale


Catch a classic and support local performing arts at ASU Gammage presents Les Miserables. 1200 S.Forest Ave., Tempe.;

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art’s LIT LOUNGE takes place on the fourth Friday of every month. This month, hear talks from NPR and arts editor Bill Wyman, CSI New York writer Daniele Nathanson, and award-winning author Tania Katan. Reserve your spot online now!


Today only, $10 from every message and facial at all Massage Envy locations around the Valley will be donated to the Arthritis Foundation as a part of their Healing Hands for Arthritis national campaign. Pamper yourself for a great cause!




The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs is the controversial play

that exposes the realities of overseas Apple factories. See it performed at Herberger. Tickets at herbergertheatre. org; 222 E Monroe St., Phoenix

Be a part of the inaugural Arizona Honey Festival at the Boulders Resort! Celebrate this special Arizona natural resource with cooking demonstrations, spa treatments, and much more.


LAUGHS: See comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld doing what he does best—stand-up, at Comerica, 400 W. Washington St., Phoenix


It’s finally cooling down! Spend the day outside at El Pedregal’s Carefree Sundays, and enjoy the live music with the whole family. 34505 North Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale;


Pineapple Daly cocktail at Blanco

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