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Scottsdale Living

About Scottsdale Living

Scottsdale Living is the preeminent publication for the dynamic, affluent, Scottsdale resident. The semiannual Best of Scottsdale is the must-keep issue packed with everything you need to live beautifully... home, health, fashion, beauty, food, fitness and more! Our editorial staff reviews hundreds of businesses and products and selects and features only the finest in spring and fall issues.

Poppy Kitchen brunch menu inspired by Tucson

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The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa’s restaurant, Poppy Kitchen, is inviting locals to sample modernized American classics this spring and summer with three new menus and a happy hour deal for patrons to enjoy during the warmer months. The eatery attributes Tucson as the inspiration behind its new dishes and local ingredients such as… Read More →

Cardinals player helps develop potty training system

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Mike Leach, 15-year NFL veteran and current Arizona Cardinals player, and his wife Julie announce the launch of Potty Pals, an innovative, new potty training system they developed. Potty Pals is a multi-faceted system that makes potty training less frustrating for parents and more fun and rewarding for toddlers. It consists of a stuffed animal plush… Read More →

Scottsdale Beer Palooza serves up round two in June

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Pre-game for Father’s Day at the Scottsdale Beer Palooza on June 20. The indoor event, held at WestWorld between 1 and 6 p.m., features more than 30 breweries, a bunch of pub fare, plus an adult play area where you can test your beer trivia, watch beer-y movies and play life-size foosball. Actor Kerr Smith… Read More →

Vince opens first Arizona store at Scottsdale Quarter

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Scottsdale Quarter announced Vince opened its first retail location in Arizona on May 15. Signature design elements include bright brass fixtures and our Mondrian-inspired grey felted wall with brass Vince logo, as well as cozy grey flannel-upholstered furniture, Corian fixtures and touches of walnut wood. It is reflective of the design concept seen at Vince’s… Read More →

Scottsdale’s Studio B Smiles adds Colleen Murphy

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Cosmetic dental office, Studio B Smiles, in Scottsdale announces Dr. Colleen Murphy as the office’s second dentist. Dr. Murphy will work alongside Dr. John Badolato, founder of Studio B Smiles, to offer patients high quality dental care. Dr. Badolato is the official team dentist for the Phoenix Suns, Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Suns Dancers, Grand Canyon… Read More →

Postino WineCafé is coming to Scottsdale

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Upward Projects, the Valley-based hospitality company known for cult-fav neighborhood restaurants like Joyride Taco House, Federal Pizza, Windsor & Churn, announced that Postino WineCafé is expanding to Scottsdale, with new locations coming to both downtown and north Scottsdale. Scheduled to open in October, Postino Highland (4821 N. Scottsdale Rd.) will be carved into the former… Read More →

Sara Cochran named SMoCA Interim Director and Curator

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Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA) Associate Director, Curator and Educator Dr. Sara Cochran has been appointed the Museum’s interim director and curator. Cochran will begin her new responsibilities on May 18, 2015, taking over from SMoCA Director Dr. Timothy Rodgers, who has announced his resignation. Cochran and Rodgers will work together in the coming… Read More →

JOIE opens Scottsdale storefront

Women’s contemporary brand, JOIE, will open the doors of its first Arizona boutique in Scottsdale Quarter. The 1600 square foot store will house all of JOIE’s mainstay collections – JOIE, JOIE Soft, JOIE Shoes and marks the company’s eleventh U.S. retail location. “Scottsdale Quarter is a great center for us to launch our first store… Read More →

Fashion Week 4 Kids comes to Scottsdale Quarter

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Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations (SLE) is hosting the inaugural “Fashion Week 4 Kids” that is coming to the Valley this Fall with a week of activities beginning October 19 and culminating with a full day of fashion shows and children’s activities on Saturday, October 24 at Scottsdale Quarter. “We have produced upscale fashion events… Read More →

New Spring menu comes to Paul Martin’s American Grill

Paul Martin’s American Grill is celebrating its one-year anniversary in Scottsdale with the rollout of a fresh, new springtime-inspired menu. With a focus on seasonal ingredients, Paul Martin’s is committed to using local produce, sustainable fisheries, free-range and natural meats, artisanal cheeses, and house-infused spirits. To welcome warmer weather, Paul Martin’s has added a dozen new, lighter menu items for lunch, dinner… Read More →

Cibo e Vino reopens after remodel and expansion

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Cibo e Vino is opening their newly renovated restaurant. Locally owned and operated by Executive Chef John Collura, the restaurant is located on the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Carefree Highway in the Terravita Marketplace. Cibo e Vino now seats a total of 225 people both inside and outside after more than doubling in… Read More →

Chiropractors chase ‘The Perfect Storm’ to healthy living — for kids

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By Morgan Hawkins, Special to AZ Big Media What used to be a place for quick neck adjustments and back corrections, now offers a therapy to lessen the severity of common neuro-developmental disorders, specifically seen in children. Chiropractic care provides more than just treatment of neck, back and joint pain.  Chiropractors locate the area of… Read More →

Angel-inspired artist opens gallery in Scottsdale

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Angel-inspired jewelry artist Cheryl Senkfor and dichroic glass artisan Bobby Harr are pooling their creative resources to open The Creating Spot, a contemporary art studio-gallery in Old Town Scottsdale, on Thursday, April 23. Senkfor says her hand-woven metal jewelry line was inspired by angels after she suffered a traumatic brain hemorrhage in 2003. “I saw… Read More →

The 37th annual Scottsdale Culinary Festival winners

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The forks and knives were clamoring during a busy week at the latest Scottsdale Culinary Festival, with more than 35,000 people attending this year’s fun food events. But for a select few, they’re leaving with another tasty takeaway: bragging rights, and for some, donations made to their charity of choice. Without further ado, here is… Read More →

Sanctuary on Camelback adds new casitas and suites

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Scottsdale’s award-winning Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain has added an exciting new room category to its luxurious accommodations. The new Camelback Casitas and Camelback Suites showcase a fresh, contemporary look and are specifically designed to highlight Paradise Valley’s breathtaking views. ·         The casitas and suites capture a sleek, spacious and contemporary feel with soft furnishings and décor in an elegant, neutral color palette,… Read More →