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The Valley boasts several of the best haunts in Arizona

By Heather Copfer   The smell of candy corn is in the air and the season of shocks and horrors is upon us. Experience the thrills and cryptic stories that local haunted houses have to share...

Salt Mine Wine recalls trips to Italy in a cozy tasting room

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   A drive down Salt Mine Road in Camp Verde is comforting, with its draping trees, green grass and mountain views. But hidden within them is a slew of pecan groves, homegrown produce...
Mother Road Brewing Co.

Mother Road celebrates Route 66 with sudsy hospitality

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Michael and Alissa Marquess’ full-time jobs were making them miserable. Michael was a real estate appraiser, while his wife worked in an office. Both were experienced in the hospitality field. Everything changed during...
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...

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...
Flagstaff breweries

Untapped: Behind the scenes of Flagstaff’s best breweries

By Madison Rutherford Once you set foot in one of Flagstaff’s breweries, you’ll quickly understand why Arizona Governor Doug Ducey recently recognized it as a Leading Craft Beer City. The formula is simple: The city’s...

The Nile rebrands theater and café, undergoes renovations

By Connor Dziawura  The historic Nile Theater has had a storied 94-year history in the Valley. Founded as a movie theater and eventually converted to a music venue, The Nile Theater has been a staple...
Robert Cray

Robert Cray brings his universal style to town

Robert Cray By Kenneth LaFave Robert Cray knew what kind of music he wanted to make when he heard the blues on the radio as a child in Columbus, Georgia. Not only was the music filled...
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...

Desert Foothills Theater promotes innovation, integrity and diversity

From Humble Beginnings By Laura Stoddard At the intersection of Cave Creek and Scottsdale roads 43 years ago, there was one thing: dirt. Cave Creek was just a small, close-knit community, slowly unfurling its petals at...

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