Although the pandemic has hurt the tourism industry in Arizona, Pink Jeep Tours in Sedona isn't planning on slowing down anytime soon. FOX 10 photojournalists Joe Tillman and Brian Kae show us how the business taking COVID-19 safety precautions.
We're talking to Carrie Schnepf about the upcoming event in Queen Creek that runs through Dec. 31. Online: https://schnepfchristmas.com
'Tis the season for festive drinks and good eats, which means the Miracle Pop-Up bar is back in the valley. This year, you can head to Floor 13 in downtown Phoenix to enjoy Christmas-themed beverages and a holly-jolly atmosphere. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo checks it all out.
The Children's Museum of Phoenix is reopening after being closed since mid-March and there's a big difference. All activities are now outside. It's called "Adventure Play."
Tiles recreating the famous frescoes that are now on display at the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican City are now available for all to see in the Valley, without the need to travel to Europe.
Getting to California will get a little easier in the coming year as Frontier Airlines has announced new non-stop seasonal service from Phoenix to three California destinations.
An event near Ahwatukee is giving people a chance to get that Jurassic Park experience that is not exactly available in reality.
The Gilbert Days Rodeo is delivering mail around the city via Pony Express this weekend. The rodeo won't be inviting the same crowds this year due to the pandemic, but they will be having plenty of festivities regardless. Learn more at https://gilbertdays.org/.
A holiday lights display in Glendale and Tempe will allow attendees a chance to soak in the holiday spirit in a safe manner.
Although Arizona's Snowbowl hasn't reopened yet, residents are gearing up for a winter full of skiing and snowboarding.
The iconic Wienermobile is making stops in the metro Phoenix area all week. FOX 10 takes a tour of the legendary vehicle's interior. Find all their tour schedule here: https://khcmobiletour.com/wienermobile
Breadfruit and Rum Bar has been closed since March due to the pandemic, but they have been holding pop up dinners in Phoenix to make some income. They will be serving jerk chicken from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Oct. 30.
The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix is now selling tickets for Las Noches de Las Luminarias, a beloved holiday event starting Nov. 27 featuring beautiful views and plenty of lights.
Public park amenities in the City of Phoenix reopened on Oct. 8 after being closed for months due to COVID-19.
The painting is a tribute to Kayla Mueller and the U.S. servicemembers who killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the Islamic State leader who held her captive.
COVID-19 may mean a different Halloween for 2020, but one resort in Scottsdale is putting on an event, so that people can still enjoy themselves while staying safe.
The Foundation for Blind Children is holding a virtual silent auction to raise money for the school. More information at seeitourway.org
A new restaurant is opening in north Scottsdale on Dec. 7 and they're holding a job fairs on Oct. 19, 20, 21 and Nov. 3, 4. Visit chwinery.com or text CHSD to 77948 for application and hiring information.
$200 pays for a full holiday meal for a local family in need. http://rareambition.com
Craft lovers visited an event they haven't seen in months - the 6th Street Market in Tempe.