Scottsdale Living Magazine Archives

Swim safety tips as temps reach triple digits

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The temperature officially hit 100 degrees, which means swim season is officially underway. But what many parents don’t realize is that a lot of pediatric dental emergencies can happen near the swimming pool. In fact, some of the most common injuries occur when kids misjudge distance when jumping in the pool and hit their mouth… Read More →

Pieceful Solutions hosts camps for autistic kids

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Summer’s almost here, and Pieceful Solutions will host a summer camp for school-aged children, especially for those on the autism spectrum who seek structure and routine. Pieceful Solutions, which operates three East Valley schools for students on the autism spectrum, is holding “Camp Discovery 2016” Summer Camps to help children and teens enjoy their time off from… Read More →

Microchip technology reunites cat with owner one year after disappearance

Victoria Tenorio said she is ‘grateful’ for the microchip technology that reunited her with her cat Toto more than a year after his disappearance. (Photo by Elena Mendoza/Cronkite News)

Victoria Tenorio lost Toto, her beloved cat of five years, for an entire year. Toto’s litterbox was in the garage when a mechanic came to work on Tenorio’s car. Toto escaped. “He just slipped out and my mom didn’t notice. Then we closed the garage and I think he wasn’t able to find his way… Read More →

Scottsdale will celebrate inaugural Golf Week

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You’ve heard of Restaurant Week, and now Scottsdale, coined “The World’s Finest Golf Destination,” will apply the same award-winning formula to golf. Scottsdale Golf Week will take place Dec. 5-11, and will commemorate the game’s star-studded legacy in the destination by offering visitors special pricing, offers and vacation packages at dozens of the most celebrated… Read More →

9 things that happen when you get fit

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Physical fitness. It’s a goal, a lifestyle, a surefire way to set yourself apart from the legions of people who are too lazy or scared to make the changes necessary to gain physical fitness. If you happen to be one of the people who have yet to truly commit to physical fitness, understanding the perks… Read More →

Movie review: ‘Hardcore Henry’ delivers action

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Hardcore Henry opens with a violent series of close-ups dominating the screen. A pistol fires into a torso, a knife tears through a neck — but it’s not until a brick awkwardly flies into the side of a head that the film coyly starts to reveal its true tone: blunt, to be sure, but in… Read More →

CocoMazing headquarters lands In Scottsdale

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Cocomazing, the organic sparkling coconut water, has set up company headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona. The brand cites Arizona’s affordable cost of living and company-friendly incentives as reasons for developing the brand in Scottsdale. Cocomazing is the first sparkling coconut water of its kind, using a blend of sweet and tart flavors combined with carbonation to… Read More →

SottoPelle earns honor for hormone therapy

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Ranking Arizona lists the best businesses in Arizona and has recently announced that SottoPelle® earned the No. 1 spot among Hormone Therapy Clinics in Arizona in its 2016 edition. The selection process was based on various criterion.  “The companies that are voted into the Top 10 are those companies whose customers and clients vote as the best… Read More →

The next generation of Contour launches in Arizona

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After the successful completion of customer and employee trials, today, Cox Communications announced the launch of Contour 2 to its customers in Arizona. The new Contour is the latest version of Cox’s premier video product that leverages the X1 platform from Comcast. In addition to the television, the cloud-based interface will be available on a… Read More →

Tips to help you fall in love with fitness

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If you find yourself running on the treadmill and going nowhere, it may be time to mix things up. LA Fitness Master Personal Trainer Angie Witte says she loves having fun with her clients and encourages them to get out of their comfort zone and find exercises they enjoy doing. “It’s difficult to maintain that… Read More →

Maricopa County app geared for healthy lifestyle

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Maricopa County wants Arizonans to get up and get moving with the new Maricopa Healthy app. The app aims to help locals and visitors of the Valley be more proactive about living a healthier lifestyle by giving users detailed lists of farmer’s markets, hiking trails, parks, and bike paths. And a healthy lifestyle is not… Read More →

Scottsdale Desert Stages plans capital campaign

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Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre, the award-winning, non-profit performing arts theatre in Old Town Scottsdale, has launched a Next Stage capital campaign in support of their upcoming move. Following 11 years in their current location on Scottsdale Road, Desert Stages will move to their new theatre space, previously occupied by Harkins Theatres within Scottsdale Fashion Square,… Read More →

Which actor is the greatest Batman?

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Another Batman movie, another Batman. As long as there have been superhero movies, different actors have been filling the costumes of the same heroes. Whether an actor or actress grows tired of portraying a superhero or a comic book franchise starts over (again), the role rebirth of a comic book character is almost as certain… Read More →

Top artists earn 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards

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Artists Annie Lopez of Phoenix, Susan Gamble of Tucson and Joseph Maniglia of Flagstaff received individual awards at the 2016 Governor’s Arts Awards at the Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Hotel. The Museum of Northern Arizona won the Community Award and Canyon Records and APS took home the small and large businesses of the year awards respectively. In… Read More →