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Summer baseball in the West Valley has returned, albeit under strict and unprecedented safety and health protocols.
When Major League Baseball canceled the remainder of spring training games on March 12 in response to the coronavirus pandemic, it was with the initial hope of holding Opening Day for the 2020 season on April 9.
With Spring Training suspended and the start of the season postponed, the Arizona Diamondbacks are trying to adapt to a new normal.
Arts & Entertainment
The city of Glendale is celebrating spring with art.
The Arizona Broadway Theatre is launching its first “impact project” with their 2020 theater season. The projects aims to increase the theater’s community outreach and engagement through meaningful ways beyond the production on the stage.
Native American visual and performing arts encompass different styles, points of view and mediums and continue to keep evolving while staying true to traditions.
“Marie’s Reverie,” a new adventure inspired by the original Nutcracker and Snow Queen stories, plays at Brelby Theater through Dec. 21.
The Class of 2020
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- Jobs brewing in New Frontier
- Wood Bat Classics returns, with cautions
- COVID-19 numbers increased dramatically in June
- Thunderbirds charities supports Benevilla Home Services Program
- Buyers facing ‘feeding frenzy’ amid short supply
- Primary faceoff in 8th Congressional District
- G303 gets ready to build in New Frontier
- Glendale Police arrest homicide suspect after stabbing death
Along the Loop 303, the “Welcome to Glendale” signs might need an addendum: “Please apply within.”
Though Gov. Doug Ducey warned “it’s going to get worse” at the end of June, the number of COVID-19 tests, hospitalizations and deaths increased dramatically in June.