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Veterans Day Discounts

Valley establishments remember veterans this November

By Daisy Finch Veterans Day is a time to honor, remember and celebrate our military heroes—past and present. Among the festivities and celebrations, area restaurants and establishments are dishing out deals for our veterans November...
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...

The best fall festivals in Arizona

By Carson Mlnarik There’s no better way to celebrate the arrival of fall — and finally some cool weather — than spending time outside. Even if the leaves in the Valley rarely change, Arizona autumns...

Top 5 places to play miniature golf

By Daisy Finch Need a place to show off your mini-golf skills? These courses may be what you need, as each one presents its own version of the popular pastime. Whether you prefer indoors, outdoors,...

The best haunts around the Valley

By Joe Gilmore It’s the time of year for fun frights and spooky delights. Whether you’re a seasoned explorer of the macabre or just looking for some light thrills, there’s a haunted house attraction just...

10 cool coffee shops in the Valley

By Daisy Finch On the lookout for your next favorite coffee shop? Look no further than these Valley locations. With their unique vibes and tastes, there’s a cafe for everyone with locations throughout the Valley. Songbird...
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7 fun outings for the whole family

Not many people know that August holds the unofficial title of "Family Fun Month." That doesn't mean you can't enjoy family fun time during the other months (see: "unofficial"), but it makes for a smooth segue...
Monument Valley

5 stunning Arizona camping areas you need to visit

Want an escape from the summer heat in the Valley? Look no further than your home state. Arizona houses some of the most beautiful and accessible campsites in the country. You can choose from a wide variety of...
Water accumulated from the July 18 monsoon on other Ahwatukee streets, as this photo along Warner Road shows.

3 dangers of monsoon season every Arizonan needs to know

Non-Arizonans know about the scorching heat during the Phoenix summer. However, they don't know that summer doubles as our rainy season. The official "monsoon season" in the Southwest starts June 15 and lasts until September 30. Some residents...
Frost Gelato

7 unique Phoenix spots for ice cream and frozen treats

It will be a few months yet before Phoenix temperatures regularly dip below 100 degrees. That means plenty of time to try any and all strategies to keep cool. For those with a sweet tooth,...

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