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Holiday light displays

Holiday light displays across the Valley

Holiday light displays  By Carson Mlnarik Phoenix won’t exactly see a White Christmas, but there are plenty of opportunities to get into the holiday spirit with light displays. So, grab your loved ones, hot cider and...
Arizona Harvest Fest

Fall Fun: Arizona Harvest Fest & Farmers Market to offer seasonal activities

By Colleen Sparks Children can toss small pumpkins through holes, while their parents stuff their faces in pie-eating contests during the annual Arizona Harvest Fest and Farmers Market in downtown Chandler. But the activities won’t end...

Take-Out Thanksgiving Dinners

By Connor Dziawura November is a transitional time. As the weather begins to cool off (for us Arizonans) and All Hallows Eve passes, Thanksgiving approaches to finally lead us into the winter season. But while...
Cider Corps

Former Marine joins brother for Cider Corps

When Sgt. Jason Duren returned from Afghanistan, he faced the long medical retirement process. He had suffered two traumatic brain injuries from multiple IED blasts and was facing the end of his career. To keep...
The Crepe Club

Top Crepe Places in the Valley

By Daisy Finch Craving crepes close by? Set your sights (or navigation) to these five Valley crepe cafes. Each has a unique feel and flavor, but all of them have quality staff, ingredients, presentations and...
corn mazes

Top five corn mazes in Arizona

By Megan Marples Halloween is approaching, but it’s never too late to get lost in corn mazes. Whether the maze is in the shape of an Arizona celebrity or a spooky former cemetery, the attractions...
Salt River Fields

Salt River Fields glows this Halloween

By Joe Gilmore Hot air balloons will fill the Scottsdale night sky at Salt River Fields when the Balloon Spooktacular returns to the Spring Training ballpark for the seventh year Friday, October 27, and Saturday,...

Granite Mountain Hotshots immortalized in ‘Only the Brave’

A Story to Tell Connor Dziawura When the Yarnell Hill Fire resulted in the deaths of 19 of the Prescott Fire Department’s Granite Mountain Hotshots in 2013, millions across the country were stunned. The tragedy was...

Top Pumpkin Patches in the Valley

By Megan Marples   When autumn rolls around, Valley farms open their doors for people of all ages to enjoy the season. Pumpkin patches have grown beyond simply selling pumpkins. From hayrides to carnival games, here...

Top Five Paint and Wine Studios in the Valley

By Megan Marples The Valley has a palette of paint and wine classes from which to choose. The best part is guests do not need to be Picasso to take part in these events. Over...

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