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Pro-Pup

Patios with Pro-Pup Policies

The 411 on dog-friendly Valley venues Dog parents, rejoice! Pooch-friendly patios – many with special seats, treats and play places especially for your pet – abound in the Valley. And with the fall weather, there’s no...
Mother's Day

Treat Mom on Mother’s Day

Leave the cooking and cleaning behind at these eateries Daisy Finch   Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Each mom has her own style and taste, so one—or many—of these deals across the Valley will appeal...
Pompeii

Top 5 coolest artifacts in Pompeii: The Exhibition

By Niki D’Andrea Pompeii today is a tragedy turned tourist attraction, but at one time, the ancient Roman city was an epicenter of activity and life. Guests at Arizona Science Center can get an unparalleled...
Cinco de Mario

Mario Lopez brings Cinco de Mario to Scottsdale

By David M. Brown   This Cinco de Mayo, do Cinco de Mario. On one desert spring day, you can be a Saved by the Bell Look-A-Like Contest winner, shop the Mercado, cheer your favorite in the...
Kentucky Derby

Arizona’s biggest Kentucky Derby party offers live action and betting at Turf

Julia De Simone   Kentucky Derby fans don’t have to travel to The Bluegrass State to sip mint juleps or don one-of-a-kind hats. They can do it in the Valley. The third annual Stella Artois Derby DayClub will...
Smart home

The smart way to build your smart home

By Justin Ferris   You’ve got your trusty smartphone, your too-big-for-the-room smart TV and maybe a smart thermostat. So why not take the leap and smart-ify your entire home? The only obstacles are the cost and...
Carlson Creek

City Spotlight: Willcox is a wow

In the early 1900s, Willcox, which is located less than three hours from the Valley, was the largest beef-producing town in America. In fact, it was widely known as the “Cattle Capital of the...
Pop Art Pets

Phoenix Pet Expo to feature Pop Art Pets

By Leisah Woldoff One year while trying to think of a unique holiday gift for her sister, Scottsdale artist Deena Goldstein took photos of her sister’s dog, transformed them into pop art and compiled...
Lincoln

Chef Chris Neff puts passion into the cuts at Lincoln, a JW Steakhouse

By Niki D’Andrea The era of luxurious, classic steakhouses with $80 cuts of meat and million-dollar views arguably peaked in the 1970s, but Lincoln, a JW Steakhouse at the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort...
Native Grill & Wings

Native’s new menu items restore classics, turn up the heat

By Connor Dziawura   A Valley staple for nearly 40 years, Native Grill & Wings – formerly Native New Yorker – is throwing it back to the classics, while also looking to the future. Earlier this month,...

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