Scottsdale Living Magazine Archives

Baseball City brings stars to Scottsdale

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The City of Scottsdale and Baseball City, have announced an impressive list of Baseball Legends, All-Stars, Hall of Famers and Current Major League Baseball Players joining the premier FanFest happening Saturday and Sunday, March 7th and 8th from 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the heart of Spring Training at the Scottsdale Civic Center. The 2015… Read More →

Food Truck Caravan brings lineup to Baseball City

The ultimate baseball fan experience, Baseball City returns to Arizona spring training Saturday and Sunday, March 7-8, 2015 from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.   Food Truck Caravan will be on-site both days with an exciting lineup of food trucks to give fans a taste of some of the best gourmet street food in the Valley! For first… Read More →

Custom home: A taste of Tuscany

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Take the roads north of central Scottsdale to the bouldered high-desert Troon area: Pima to Happy Valley, Alma School, Jomax to 116th and, finally, into the gated 38-acre Collina E Vista (Hills and Views) luxury home community. As you travel into higher elevations, the land turns lush with Sonoran Desert flora –– cactus, ocotillo, mesquite,… Read More →

Twisted Root Parlor opens next week in Scottsdale

Serving modern, approachable new American cuisine with plenty of local flare, Twisted Root Parlor + Bar is set to become Scottsdale’s favorite new hangout when it opens on March 1, 2015.  The newest restaurant concept from Common Ground Culinary, a restaurant development company founded by Christopher Collins that includes staple neighborhood brands like Grassroots Kitchen… Read More →

Business Fashionista: The makeup essentials

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Do you think about makeup when you are asked to dress professionally? An often neglected element of the professional look, makeup is an essential tool used to feel and look your best on the job. However, it can take its place on the back burner for a busy, career-driven woman; so, we did the work… Read More →

Scottsdale’s Foosia announces new happy hour menu

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Foosia – Asia Fresh, Scottsdale’s fast, fresh and healthy alternative to casual dining, announces its new Happy Hour menu with specials every day of the week. From 3 – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday guests can take part in Foosia’s Beer For A Buck! promotion. For every bowl purchased, they’ll get any beer for only $1. Foosia… Read More →

PowerTrainYoga comes to Scottsdale

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PowerTrainYoga announced the opening of its first Arizona location in Scottsdale.  The modern 10,000 square foot studio will open its doors to the public on Friday, March 20th and will initially offer more than 130 group fitness classes per week. They will eventually offer close to 200 classes per week. PowerTrain offers a mix of workouts… Read More →

Kale & Clover’s Scottsdale location offering free meals opening week

Kale & Clover: Mindful Kitchen is offering free meals during its opening week as a fundraiser held to benefit Amy’s Army, the nonprofit headed by Amy Van Dyken. All of this takes place Monday, Feb. 23 to Sunday, March 1 from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Where: Kale & Clover, 20511 North Hayden Road at… Read More →

Women of Scottsdale announces 2014 Woman of the Year & 2015 Philanthropy Partner

Women of Scottsdale has announced the 2014 Woman of the Year, Dr. Cie Scott.  Dr. Scott moved to Scottsdale in 2003 and for the past nine years has been a member of Women of Scottsdale.  In 2008, Dr. Scott was awarded Art Renaissance Woman of the Year.  Dr. Scott has a Ph.D. in psychology and… Read More →

JDRF hosts southwest conference this Saturday

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The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) will host the annual Desert Southwest TypeOneNation Conference this Saturday at the Camelback Inn. The conference will feature breakout sessions, pharmaceutical vendors, as well as a variety of speakers. The keynote speaker will be Kady Helme, an artificial pancreas project participant. Helme will talk about her first-hand experience with… Read More →

Pink Pony offers Spring Training specials fit for Giants fans

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Spring Training is a few tender weeks away, and Pink Pony is already ready to round the bases with its special cocktail, Golden Gate Sazerac — an ode to the San Francisco Giants, we assume — and “bomb burger.” The specials run March 1 through April 1. The burger costs $13, the cocktail costs $11… Read More →

SaltRock now serving pine needle and cactus juices

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February 19, 2015 by in Dining | Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured

Executive Chef Massimo De Francescas of SaltRock Southwest Kitchen and Craft Margaritas in Sedona announced some delicious juice recipes he’s serving up with a twist.  SaltRock is a restaurant that blends Southwest culinary traditions with California cuisine, and the menu includes a collection of juices packed full of antioxidants, but the “Pine-Apple” and “Thirsty Cactus”… Read More →

Blue Hound mixologist Stephanie Teslar is a spirit animal

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Stephanie Teslar serves as head mixologist at downtown Phoenix’s Blue Hound Kitchen & Bar, where classic drinks are among the favorites, for Teslar and the guests. Teslar, who’s been at the Kimpton-owned hotel bar for almost three years, says she appreciates simple drinks, “the less ingredients, the better.” “I like a drink that really enhances… Read More →

Kitchen & Tasting Tour benefits lymphoma research

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The Lymphoma Research Foundation’s (LRF) award-winning 3rd annual Kitchen and Tasting Tour is coming to north Scottsdale. Individuals interested in home design, home renovation and who have an appreciation for fine cuisine, won’t want to miss this event. On Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, the foundation will host a self-driving tour where ticket holders will have… Read More →