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LumberJaxes

New venue takes an axe to the traditional team sports experience

By Matt McClure Competitive axe-throwing has made its way out west and found its newest home in Arizona. LumberJaxes, Phoenix’s first axe-throwing facility, recently opened just blocks away from the Angels’ Tempe Diablo Stadium. LumberJaxes founders...
jake lamb

Power-hitting third baseman is hoping for that elusive World Series ring

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Jake Lamb is surrounded by a flurry of activity in the Salt River Fields clubhouse. Outfielder Yasmany Tomas is doing an interview nearby with the help of a translator....
Got Sushi

Got Sushi offers traditional Korean barbecue experience

By Laura Stoddard Going out to eat generally means just that. You arrive at a restaurant, order food and eat it. But at Got Sushi, a sushi and Korean barbecue restaurant, going out to eat...
Sicilian Butcher

A Chance of Meatballs: The forecast for the Maggiore Group’s new Sicilian Butcher looks...

Sicilian Butcher By Niki D’Andrea “This is sooo good! It’s sooo good!” The woman at the table across from us is talking to her male dining companion, pointing emphatically with her fork at the dish in front of...
St. Patrick’s Day

Get Lucky! Put a green tint on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

By Allison Neri    As St. Patrick’s Day nears, there are many reasons to get excited. Whether you’re in it for the beer, the food, the athletics, the music or Irish culture, there are plenty of...
Benson

Beautiful Benson: Explore big in this little city with it all

By Alison Bailin Batz    Just over two hours from the Valley sits Benson – the kind of sweet, backroads destination you initially stumble upon, and then angle for ways to return to again and again. Benson...
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...
Shohei Ohtani

Spring ball looks for jolt from Japanese star

By Jim Walsh Japanese sensation Shohei Ohtani has never thrown a pitch or hit a baseball in a major league game, but he’s already created an international buzz by merely arriving in the East Valley...
America’s Got Talent

‘America’s Got Talent’ to hold open-call auditions in Phoenix

By Carson Mlnarik   Whether you’re a hidden talent or a star in the making, you might just find your big break when America’s Got Talent hosts its open-call auditions in Phoenix. The popular NBC reality show...
Osteria

Osteria brings Northern Italy flavors to Mesa

Osteria By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Northeast Mesa residents Jeff and Alec-Lauren Golzio are big on Italian tradition and culture. Alec-Lauren’s great-grandfather escaped the clutches of Mussolini after serving as his accountant. Growing up, she and her husband watched...

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