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  Urban, rural, nightlife - it's all here! The Southeast Valley is a diverse region where people of all ages feel at home, from college students at Arizona State University in Tempe to retirees in Apache Junction. The Southeast Valley borders some of Arizona's most scenic areas with the Superstition Mountains to the east and South Mountain Park to the south. Rumors of gold in the Superstition Mountains near town still haunt prospectors who are bent on finding the Lost Dutchman Mine that Jacob Waltz purportedly discovered in the 1880s, but whose location has been lost for years. Today, the Superstitions are populated with hikers and equestrians who take advantage of numerous trails. Something is always happening in the Southeast Valley. Downtown Tempe's Mill Avenue hosts two of the country's largest art fairs during the spring and fall, while Chandler hosts an annual Ostrich Festival that celebrates this city's ostrich farming heritage. Cultural attractions within the Southeast Valley are vast. Mesa Southwest Museum is known for its dinosaur exhibits. Gammage Auditorium at Arizona State University hosts large productions and national acts. Sports fans can watch the Chicago Cubs play during spring training in Mesa. Tempe brings the annual Fiesta Bowl to Sun Devil Stadium, accompanied by a New Year's Eve block party that attracts thousands.