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Sierra Vista: Bicycling, birding and ethnic food play important tourism roles

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Judy Hector saw an ad for a Sierra Vista public affairs manager and instantly fell in love—even before seeing the southern Arizona city. “I flew into Tucson and rented a car,” she says....
Valley resorts

Valley resorts focus on relaxation and wellness

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Arizonans love their spas. Sure, visitors partake in Sabai foot treatments at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain Resort and Spa, “indestructible” manis and pedis at Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia’s Joya, or facials...
Mirror Maze

Arizona Science Center’s interactive “Mirror Maze” exhibit now open

By Ally Richmond   This summer, the Arizona Science Center is taking visitors on a journey into the world of nature’s amazing mathematical patterns. The new exhibit, Mirror Maze: Numbers in Nature, includes over 20 immersive and...

5 Amazing Summer Pool Parties

By Ally Richmond   FOUND:RE  FOUND:RE Hotel presents RE:VIVE, a weekly pool party that will feature DJ Tricky T, drag queens and boozy snow cones! If that’s not enough to tempt you, the parties will also...

Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA’s New “Ruff Draft Book Club” Helps Animals Prepare...

By Alexis Andreopoulos   Entering the walls of any animal shelter is usually the same, there are cages full of sad and hopeful animals longing and looking for a forever home. But, when entering the Arizona...
Terminal 4

Airport Eats: Travelers get a taste of Arizona at Sky Harbor

By Nicole Hehl   Imagine an airport experience that feels like a night on the town. Where the TSA-recommended two-hour preflight arrival time flies by as you dine at some of the best local restaurants, and...
Arizona locales

Get out of the heat and chill out at these Arizona locales

By Niki D’Andrea and the Arizona Department of Tourism   Yeah, yeah, yeah – it’s hot in Phoenix in the summer. Unusually, uniquely, don’t-have-a-heat-stroke hot. But there are some cool places elsewhere in the Grand...
Dark Lullaby

‘Dark Lullaby’, a unique film noir musical, comes to Phoenix

By Ally Richmond Murders and musicals come together to form Sheri Amourr and Serene Dominic’s latest creation: Dark Lullaby. This show centers around a musician who finds himself in the middle of an accidental murder...
Sapporo

Sapporo knows sushi: top 20 sushi restaurants serving Sapporo

By Allison Neri   Don’t know sukiyaki from teppanyaki or sushi from sashimi, fear not. We’re here to school you on the “raw” truth. In honor of International Sushi Day on Monday, June 18, Phoenix.org takes you...
The Strawberry Inn

The Strawberry Inn is a Pinterest-ready destination

By Catherine Hathaway   Strawberry is dreamy. From the towering pine trees, brisk air and quaint living, it’s hard to believe this travel destination is just two hours north of the Valley. The drive is simply...

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