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All A-Board: These restaurants put the ‘cute’ in charcuterie

By Annika Tomlin Most people think of a meat and cheese plate as a last-minute buy at the grocery store for an upcoming party. However, charcuterie boards put together way more than just your average...

It’s Happy Hour Again: Day celebrates foodie friends and drinking buddies

By Jacqueline Robledo Not only is November filled with changing leaves and pumpkin spice everything, but it is also the month of National Happy Hour Day. Grab your foodie friends and drinking buddies and get...

Veterans Day Deals: Restaurants honor service members with discounts

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Restaurants from around the Valley are doing their best to remember veterans with deals on November 11. Military and veteran IDs are necessary for many of these discounts. Visit the restaurants’ websites...

Concerts at Home: Get cozy—virtual shows are coming in fall and winter

By Olivia Dow Crowd cheering, blood pumping and entertaining thousands of singing fans. These are experiences that artists everywhere are missing after the COVID-19 pandemic has halted concerts around the globe. Artists are not the only...

It’s Lit: These Valley holiday light shows will sleigh it

By Adianna Bermudez It’s time to celebrate the holidays with light shows that bring glittering delight to all. There are multiple opportunities to visit light displays that feature music, 3D spectacles and snowfall.   World of Illumination The...

Dazzling Display: Scottsdale’s holiday celebration takes on new meaning

By Sarah Nguyen Not even a pandemic can stop the joys of the holiday season. Moving into its fifth year, Scottsdazzle is back for another monthlong celebration from November 6 to December 21. The holiday extravaganza will...

Hello, Merlot!: A versatile red that pairs fantastically with fall

By Alison Bailin Batz In “Sideways,” the iconic 2004 movie on all things wine, Paul Giamatti’s character, Miles, famously hates merlot. During the film, he goes so far as to say, “If anyone orders merlot,...

Passport Not Required: How to eat European without traveling abroad

By Victoria Stibrik Traveling to Europe may not be in the cards right now, but the good news is the cards say nothing about eating like a European. Here’s a list of restaurants where one...

Have Your Cookie Dough and Eat It, Too: 5 places to get your fix

By Victoria Stibrik October is National Cookie Month. That’s right. One entire month—31 days—to celebrate the dearly beloved cookie. And what better way to do just that than by starting where all cookies begin? Cookie...

Fall Has Arrived: Celebrate Halloween safely at local farms and venues

By Adianna Bermudez Get ready to celebrate all things warm and cozy this fall. Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, pumpkin patches and other Halloween events will operate differently than normal. Masks will be required and encouraged when...

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