At best, a way to waste time and get out of the heat
Channing Tatum starred in the thus far two episodes of “G.I. Joe.” Both films were very expensive to produce, but managed to be commercially successful.
Payson Community Kids, Payson Community Kids, Payson Community Kids, I wanna play at PCK. Those lyrics start the Payson Community Kids (PCK) theme song, a peppy jingle written recently and taught to the PCK children by volunteer Katy Rovetto.
The movie gives us what we want
Whew, the most expensive zombie flick of all time turns out to be a good one.
The town of Payson certainly is abuzz.
Time is running short! The reduced early bird subscription price for season tickets for the 2013-2014 Tonto Community Concert Association concert season will expire the end of this month.
The 23rd annual Strawberry Festival returns this Saturday and Sunday to Pine and neighboring Strawberry — and it promises to be bigger and better than ever this year.
We have all been familiarized with the idea of an “earth ending” apocalypse. But what happens after?
Summers in Rim Country are sensational. There are all kinds of reasons — among them are the free concerts in the gorgeous Green Valley Park every Saturday through July.
If you’ve thought about creating your own flower or vegetable garden, but have been hesitant, this weekend’s Garden Walk may provide just the impetus you need to start you hoe, hoe, hoeing.
Film falls short of name
“Epic,” in spite of the $100 million spent on it, isn’t epic. It is colorful, full of characters that are, to a limited extent, engaging and it is big.
As a vocalist, you may have the dream to perform before a great big band, perhaps Count Basie.
If it’s June and it’s Payson, it’s time for the Payson Parks and Recreation Department’s summer concert season to fly into high gear. Let the show begin!
This version of The Great Gatsby is the rarest of all movie birds, a heartbreaking human drama that has achieved a mass audience.
The concerts are held in the beautiful, open-air setting of Green Valley Park’s amphitheater area. While the performance are held in the band shell, the audience can sit on blankets on the ground or bring a lawn chair.
A deeper and richer understanding of a piece of art blooms when the admirer meets the artist — and better yet — sees where they work. This past weekend, Rim Country locals and out-of-town visitors had the unique chance to see artists’ work in their studios during the Payson Art League’s annual ’Neath the Rim Open Studio Tour.