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Mother's Day

7 local ideas to help you create the perfect Mother’s Day

Hopefully it hasn't slipped your mind that Sunday, May 14 is Mother's Day. It's the day you get to show your appreciation for the woman who gave you life, raised you and helps your...

Discounts for veterans on Veteran’s Day

We can never truly repay our military veterans for their sacrifices and dedication to our country's freedom. However, some businesses do what they can with discounts for veterans around Veterans Day. We've rounded up some of...
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6 yummy places to enjoy Easter brunch with family or friends

For many people, Easter means renewal, feast and family. Looking for a few places to celebrate the occasion? We know some great places for Easter brunch around Phoenix. Read on to find out what they...

5 things to do on St. Patrick’s Day

Unleash your inner Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! There are plenty of places around the Valley that will be doing the same, so why not make a day of it? Here are some things to...

College Bowl Guide

Nearly five decades ago, then ASU president G. Homer Durham conceptualized a college bowl game in the Valley of the Sun. In 1971, his dream became a reality when ASU defeated Florida State in the...

Upcoming holiday performance highlights in the Valley

If the composers Peter Tchaikovsky and George Handel were alive, they’d be very wealthy men. Every winter, their music — specifically Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker” and Handel’s “Messiah" — blankets the land. They epitomize Christmas for many people....
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Valley light festivals that brighten up the holiday season

Even in the Valley of the Sun, the light doesn't last long in the winter evenings. Fortunately, that gives us an opportunity to shine our own lights, whether incandescent or LED; in bright white or...

Avoid cooking and cleanup: 9 restaurants open on Thanksgiving

Perhaps the most anticipated meal in America, the Thanksgiving spread maintains a firm grip on us year round. Just the thought of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, ham, rolls, green beans, pumpkin pie...
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Santa Sightings: 7 Valley spots to meet the man in red

While Santa visits your home on Christmas Eve to leave presents, he rarely sticks around to chat — Kris Kringle does keep a busy schedule, after all. Fortunately, he makes plenty of appearances before Christmas where you...

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...

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