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Cruise Down Memory Lane: Barrett-Jackson celebrates 50 years

By Jordan Houston | January 4, 2022 Barrett-Jackson in the last five decades has made a name for itself as a barometer of the car collector industry, attracting enthusiasts from across the globe to its...

‘Holiday Lights Tour’: Moms curate tour of Scottsdale light shows

By Alex Gallagher | December 16, 2021 For the second year, Scottsdale Moms and North Phoenix Moms has developed a guided tour of the most decorated homes and neighborhoods around Scottsdale that can be viewed...

Enlightening Tour: Bus drive embraces the holiday spirit

By Allison Brown | December 7, 2021 Cruising neighborhoods looking at Christmas lights is a tradition for many families, but sometimes the logistics do not work out. Kids complain because of the lack of lights and/or...

Get Lost in Christmas: Puzzle Rides offers golf cart holiday experiences

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | December 4, 2021 Old Town Scottsdale’s Puzzle Rides is putting a holiday spin on its mobile escape room-style scavenger hunt in “Scottsdazzle.” Teamwork, combined with elements of the route, are used to...

Revving Up: FuelFest celebrates cars and ‘The Fast and the Furious’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | November 19, 2021 Cody Walker and Tyrese Gibson were catching up at Red Lobster when the conversation turned to Cody’s late brother, Paul, of “The Fast and the Furious” franchise. “First, I...

Lost and Found: Michael Friedman brings rock legends to Phoenix

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | November 15, 2021 Michael Friedman had a job most people would dream of. He spent the 1960s and 1970s managing and producing musicians all the while snapping candid photos of his...

Becoming a Tradition: ZooLights returns with 3 different experiences

By Connor Dziawura | November 5, 2021 Thirty years in, ZooLights has become something of an annual tradition. Each year, as winter approaches and the weather begins to cool, the popular production returns, attracting families from...

Honoring Those Who Served: Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade returns

By Allison Brown | November 4, 2021 The Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade returns to the streets Saturday, November 6, for its 17th year of celebrating and honoring veterans, active duty military and their families. “We’re just...

‘Zombie Assault’: Undead make their way to Chandler equestrian center

By Mallory Gleich | October 18, 2021 Remember back when the pandemic first hit Arizona, and some were convinced that this catastrophic event could result in, well, zombies? Well, while that hasn’t happened, October is the...

Lights at the Farm: Mesa’s Vertuccio ramps up for holiday lights

By Mallory Gleich | October 16, 2021 Joe and Maria Vertuccio immigrated to America from Italy many years ago. They set up shop in New York but decided it wasn’t for them, so they started saving...

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