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Tanque Verde Ranch

For an authentic western experience, head to Tucson’s Tanque Verde Ranch

By Sondra Barr   If it’s a truly immersive cowboy adventure you’re seeking, grab your boots, don a Stetson, and head to Tucson’s Tanque Verde Ranch, one of America’s old-time cattle and guest ranches. Established in...
Enchanted Island

Charming amusement park delights all ages

By Julie Carlson One of the Valley’s simple pleasures, Enchanted Island is a charming amusement park. Nestled in the heart of Phoenix’s picturesque Encanto Park, listed by Forbes Magazine as one of the Top 12...
Sam & Luca Rustic Kitchen

Italian restaurant receives enthusiastic welcome

With an “Old World charm and a New World vibe,” Sam & Luca Rustic Kitchen brings those two worlds together in East Mesa under leadership of an unlikely duo: Sam Arikat and Zoran Klisara. Arikat...
Wild West Experiences

Three Wild West Experiences

By Allyson Wittekind   Arizona’s Wild West history plays a big part in its modern culture and what people do to have fun. Our state’s past -- filled with outlaws, gunfights, miners, railroads and ghost towns...
Clever Koi

Clever Koi puts a different spin on Asian cuisine

By Connor Dziawura   Clever Koi has been creating inspirational Asian entrees since 2013, when the Central Phoenix location opened. The restaurant belies its façade. Upon entry, the part-Asian restaurant, part-craft cocktail bar patrons receive a...
Cochise Stronghold

Four southern day trips to take right now

By Hannah Dahl   Jet ski on a calm lake, explore an underground cavern, and sip wine while surrounded by rolling hills of vineyards – all within a three-hour’s drive from Tucson. If you haven’t seen...
Boba tea

Top 5 boba spots in the Valley

By Andrea Estrada   Bobas, bubbles, pearls, tapioca balls. Whatever you call them, bobas are sweet, chewy, (usually black) tiny balls made of tapioca starch. These weightless, little orbs are added to milk-flavored teas to make...

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...

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