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Arizona Renaissance Festival

The Arizona Renaissance Festival promises a magical, medieval experience

By Laura Stoddard   The rumble of horses’ hooves and the clashing of swords; the enticing aroma of sweet treats and savory meats; a sky colored by bright ribbons and banners; a flamboyant cast of characters,...
Valentine's Day

Put originality into Valentine’s Day

By Megan Marples  Every Valentine’s Day passes by in a flurry of chocolates and flowers bouquets, leaving behind romance for the sake of routine and convenience. For a more personalized touch this Valentine’s Day, check...
Adventures 2000

Embarking on an ‘Adventure:’ Bucket list club fulfills members’ dreams

Adventures 2000 By Connor Dziawura Maintaining an active, outgoing lifestyle is a part of any healthy person’s life. So, when 25 Valley residents participated in a full moon kayak tour at Canyon Lake this past summer,...
David Johnson

Mission Accomplished: The Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson makes kids’ dreams come true

When Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson stepped foot in Phoenix Children’s Hospital for the first time, he was enamored. “When I interacted with those kids, their faces lit up and brightened up,” Johnson says. Those types of...
Voilà French Bistro

Voilà!: Northeast France à la Scottsdale

Voilà French Bistro By David Brown “Voilà!,” so the French say with joie de vivre: “Here it is!” So it is, almost like magic!” And so that may be what Ségolène Gros will say to guests, serving...
Barrett-Jackson

How Craig Jackson’s lifelong love for vintage autos led to the largest collector car...

Craig Jackson was still coming off a high from the Barrett-Jackson collector car auction in Las Vegas last October when the press releases started rolling out in November for the Barrett-Jackson 47th annual Scottsdale...
Oliver Ekman-Larsson

For OEL, not every victory shows up on the scoreboard

Oliver Ekman-Larsson Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Coyotes defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson wants to be the one who saves the struggling team. “I’ve always been a guy who wants to help other people, and who turns things around, too,” Ekman-Larsson says...
Poutine around Phoenix

Five Places Around Phoenix for Poutine

Poutine around Phoenix By Daisy Finch   Hungry for Canadian cuisine? There are plenty of joints around the Valley to try our northern neighbor’s signature dish: poutine! Not sure what that is? It’s French fries topped with...
Spafford

Say Goodbye to 2017: EDM to smooth jazz take over Arizona venues this...

By David A. Bowers   A new beginning. There is a certain catharsis about the ending of a year. There isn’t the lingering sense of sadness from legends who have passed like we experienced at the end...
Lindsey Stirling

Gilbert’s Lindsey Stirling has plenty to be thankful for this holiday season

By Catherine Hathaway   Lindsey Stirling is a master multitasker. Onstage, the Gilbert native plays the violin like a champ and captivates audiences with her unique EDM style on a traditionally classic instrument. Offstage, she is...

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