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Arizona On The Silver Screen 1960-1969 (Part 3)

Men on choppers driving across the desert
October 15, 2010 by in Around Arizona | Lists

Here’s Part 3 of Arizona On The Silver Screen, which looks at movies filmed in the Grand Canyon State. These films span the years 1960-1969. Cimmaron 1960 Tucson Guns of the Timberland 1960 Williams Psycho 1960 Phoenix The Comancheros 1961 Sedona How the West Was Won 1962 Prescott, Superior, Tucson Rio Lobo 1962 Tucson Captain… Read More →

Travel Tips From Our World Traveler

October 8, 2010 by in Lists | Travel

“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” — St. Augustine Ahh traveling. Who doesn’t love getting away and visiting new places? I know I do! I’ve done a bit of traveling, (though have many more plans in the future). Even with my novice travel experience I’ve picked up… Read More →

Top 6 Useful Productivity Apps

October 1, 2010 by in Blogs | Lists | Tech

Evernote Ever have a idea that you need to jot down and not forget? Evernote does this and more. With Evernote you can sync all your notes from your computer, phone and the web. This useful app does more than just note taking. You can type, a note, clip a web page, snap a photo… Read More →

Arizona on the Silver Screen 1950-1959 (Part 2)

Space ships flying over a crashed plane
October 1, 2010 by in Around Arizona | Lists

Here’s Part 2 of Arizona On The Silver Screen, which looks at movies filmed in the Grand Canyon State. These films span the years 1950-1959. Copper Canyon 1950 Sedona Winchester ‘73 1950 Tucson David and Bathsheba 1951 Nogales Arena 1953 Cottonwood The War of the Worlds 1953 Florence, Phoenix Apache 1954 Sedona Johnny Guitar 1954… Read More →

Coffee Houses

September 24, 2010 by in Dining | Lists

Java Joints Looking for a hip place to hang with your friends while sipping your skinny latte? Here’s a list of some of the best independently owned coffee shops in the Valley. Cartel Coffee Lab 225 W. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281 1 N. First St. Phoenix, AZ 85004 Hand-crafted coffee Copper Star 4220… Read More →

Arizona on the Silverscreen 1927-49 (Part 1)

Photo of a man on a horse on the edge of a butte
September 17, 2010 by in Around Arizona | Lists | Travel

Many films have been shot in Arizona because of its movie-making friendly weather. Arizona also has a wide range of geographical zones that allow for such extreme differences, such as Old Tucson for Westerns to the Imperial Sand Dunes near Yuma for such films as “Star Wars” and “Jarhead,” as well as Route 66 in… Read More →

Yoga Studios Around Arizona

woman balancing on her forearms with her heels curving toward her head
September 10, 2010 by in Executive Lifestyle | Healthcare | Lists

Whether you’re looking to Bikram, Astanga or modern yoga for flexibility, weight loss or relaxation, one of the following yoga studios will definitely fit your needs. These studios from around the Valley come highly recommended by friends of AZNow.Biz. At One Yoga Valleywide LifePower welcomes yoga students from the beginner of any age to… Read More →

Meetup Menagerie

September 3, 2010 by in Executive Lifestyle | Lists | Marketing

September’s Picks Arizona Camping Club & Outdoor Adventure Group Members: 1074 Number of Meetups to date: 284 Founded: July 31, 2006 Star Rating: 5 Arizona Winebats Members: 1391 Number of Meetups to date: 137 Founded: Jan. 20, 2008 Star Rating: 4.5 AZ Raw Food Members: 642 Number of Meetups to date: 42 Founded: Jan. 8,… Read More →

Arizona Urban Lakes

Arizona Urban Fishing Progam

There are currently 20 Arizona Urban Lakes If you have had a good or bad experience at one of the Arizona Urban Lakes, please comment and let us know about your experience. Desert Breeze Lake Desert Breeze Park 660 N. Desert Breeze Blvd. East Chandler AZ 85226 Open: 6 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Size: 4… Read More →

Five Ways To Reduce Stress In The Workplace

woman holding her head - looking stressed
August 5, 2010 by in Featured | Healthcare | Lists

Communicate:If co-workers are causing you stress, ask yourself — why? Perhaps the two of you just aren’t communicating. Put yourself in their shoes — listen to their needs and see if you can accommodate them. If you can, a source of conflict is removed and so is the stress associated with it. If you can… Read More →

Homegrown Brews: Get A Taste Of Arizona’s Own Beers

close up shot of differnet varieties of of microbrews
August 4, 2010 by in Dining | Featured | Lists

Breweries from all over the state that brew their own beers for a taste of Arizona. Four Peaks Brewery Tempe & Scottsdale – Kilt Lifter, 8th St Ale, Arizona Peach, Oatmeal Stout, The Raj India Pale Ale (IPA), Sunbru Kölsch Style Ale, Hop Knot IPA, Hefeweizen SunUp Brewing Phoenix – Trooper IPA, Horizon Wheat, Amber,… Read More →

Five Challenging Arizona Day Hikes

View looking southeast from the top of battleship towards weavers needle

1. Humphreys Peak from Lockett Meadow — Flagstaff Difficulty: 5 Route Finding: 1 Round Trip: 14.3 miles Accumulated Elevation Gain: 4,430 feet Average Time Round Trip: 7-9 hours Description: You start your hike through Aspen trees on the floor of Lockett Meadow on the Inner Basin Trail until you intersect with the beautiful Weatherford Trail,… Read More →