Scottsdale Living Magazine Archives

Hotel Valley Ho hosts rooftop cigar dinner

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Enjoy a rooftop reception under the stars at the Hotel Valley Ho featuring savory appetizers, craft beer, wine, and signature cocktails. Enhance your cigar expertise with a seminar and several full-sized Nat Sherman cigars, provided by Cigar King. Finish the evening with a seasonal three-course menu with carefully paired wines. What: Nat Sherman Cigar Dinner… Read More →

Biltmore’s Unleashed Holiday Gift Mart to benefit local animal shelter

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What has a wet nose, floppy ears and can brighten anyone’s day? One of the dozens of dogs kept at Arizona Animal Welfare League’s adoption facility! Adopting a dog can be the gift that keeps on giving, and pet-lovers and shopaholics can gather next weekend to support the shelters that care for thousands of homeless… Read More →

Snooze will open Tempe location on Dec. 10

Red Velvet pancakes, Courtesy of Snooze

The wait is almost over as, Snooze, an A.M. Eatery will hatch its latest location in Tempe on Wednesday, Dec. 10. Located inside the remodeled ASU Art Annex Building at the intersection of College Avenue and 6th Street (next door to Postino WineCafe), this all-new Snooze will serve up the same beloved menu of chef-crafted,… Read More →

5 ways to refresh your workout

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Has your exercise routine gotten stale? Boredom with your routine quickly leads to shorter and shorter workouts, and then before you know it you’re skipping the gym altogether. While it’s common knowledge that the most effective exercise routines aren’t routine at all, most of us stumble through the same exercises every time we hit the… Read More →

‘Phoenix-inspired’ pendant sells for $33K

Ryan and Randy Coffin, Coffin & Trout

February will be a busy month of celebration for many Arizonans, with Valentine’s Day, the Super Bowl and Arizona’s 102nd birthday. While most people may not be aware of the latter, a fine jewelry store in Chandler gave Arizona, or, more accurately, one lucky buyer, the most rare and exquisite birthday present. Coffin & Trout… Read More →

PWS, SommSelect give you an excuse to celebrate wine

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Featuring a state-of-the-art wine storage cellar and lounge, Phoenix Wine Storage (PWS) opened in March 2014 in a classic, mid-century modern building in central Phoenix designed by renowned architect Ralph Haver. The secure, climate controlled cellar boasts more than 200 lockers in various sizes for any level of wine collection. Members of PWS are provided various… Read More →

In the Mix: Hoodie Allen, SoMo, ATB

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Hoodie Allen @ The Marquee Hoodie Allen started as a college graduate working as an Adwords associate at Google and writing songs on the side. He left the corporate world when he was offered the opportunity to do live shows as a full-time career. Allen began his musical career in the duo Steve Markowitz and… Read More →

Tips to avoid holiday stress, work burnout

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As the days grow shorter and colder, the holiday season is fast approaching. An inevitable side effect of holiday joy is added stress, whether it is in the workplace or at home. Josselyne Herman-Saccio, a leader of The Landmark Forum and Advanced Course, said there are five telltale signs that someone has hit a “burnout… Read More →

Marcellino’s redefines romance in the restaurant business

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Being a romantic restaurant isn’t just about candlelight, exclusivity and good design. Although those are all qualities of Old Town Scottsdale’s Marcellino’s, too, true romance is embodied in the artistry of the menu items, the story behind its owners and the dedication of its kitchen staff. Marcellino’s Ristorante has made a quiet spot of its… Read More →

5 social media tips every business needs to know

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  Let’s face it; social media is a part of our everyday lives. And yes, there is a difference between being on social media as a person and a business. Consumers are now relying on social media to keep in touch with a business, or to learn about their new product, promotion or event. As… Read More →

AWEE celebrates 20th Faces of Success luncheon

AZ Big Media at AWEE's Faces of Success luncheon. Photo courtesy of Ashley Incardone

The Arizona Women’s Education & Employment (AWEE) celebrated its 20th anniversary of The Faces of Success Luncheon hosted at the Arizona Biltmore Resort on Thursday. AWEE is an organization dedicated to helping the community by fighting the inequality barriers in the workforce and providing support to women and other citizens in need of a career.… Read More →

House of Comedy pre-show Q-and-A with Andrew Norelli

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November 12, 2014 by in Blogs | Featured | Lifestyle

The Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy pre-show Q-and-A series give you 10 questions of insight into your favorite comedians’ minds. Comedian Andrew Norelli got his start doing impressions of family members as a kid. He’s gone on to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Late Show with David Letterman, and appearances on Comedy Central specials.… Read More →

Marriott Gaslamp Quarter offers holiday getaway perks

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Just in time for the holiday season, the San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter has introduced an “All-Inclusive Package” that really packs on the perks for its visitors. Starting at $174, the San Diego Marriott Gaslamp Quarter’s All-Inclusive Package includes deluxe accommodations, complimentary valet parking, high-speed internet in guest rooms and breakfast for two at the hotel’s… Read More →

Kale & Clover: Mindful Kitchen coming to north Scottsdale

Chef Chris Mayo

Restaurateur German Osio and his team at Osio Culinary Group announced Monday the opening of their fourth restaurant, Kale & Clover: Mindful Kitchen. Kale & Clover is set to open in December at 20511 N. Hayden Rd. at Hayden Peak Crossing in Scottsdale, the same shopping plaza as Osio’s sister restaurant, Local Bistro. Kale &… Read More →