Scottsdale Living Magazine Archives

Do your kids eat right?

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Every parent wants good things for their children: a positive outlook on life, a healthy respect for authority, a strong sense of self, a disease-free body…a healthy body weight. Despite our best intentions, a recent report suggests that for the first time in two centuries, the current generation of children may have a shorter life… Read More →

Local barber offers lifetime of free haircuts

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Have you ever thought about how many haircuts you pay for in your lifetime? The normal scalp contains about 150,000 hair follicles. That’s a lot of trips to the stylist! Local men’s hair salon, Keep It Cut, is offering one lucky individual a lifetime of FREE haircuts in honor of their one year anniversary next… Read More →

Bottled Blonde to host block party for Buckeye fans

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Bottled Buckeye? Scottsdale Hotspot To Host Block Party For All Ohio State University Football Games Bottled Blonde partners with the Young Buckeyes of Phoenix Alumni Club Who:       Ohio State University alumni, college football fans and anyone else interested in watching the Buckeyes football team this season. What:      Bottled Blonde Pizzeria + Beer Garden may be… Read More →

Sunfare’s pancakes are delicious twist on paleo diet

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While paleo means old or ancient, popular paleo dishes are anything but. Take Sunfare’s Pumpkin Pancakes with a Blueberry Sauce for example. The pancakes, pictured above, are prepared with a focus on low-carb, sugar-free, and high healthy fat ingredients, such as organic pumpkin puree, olive oil, almond meal flour, and agave. Then topped with a… Read More →

Chandler, Gilbert Youfit starting fitness classes for seniors

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Seniors in Chandler and Gilbert stand to benefit greatly from Youfit Health Clubs’ partnership in the nationwide “SilverSneakers” program. SilverSneakers encourages seniors to take control of their health by enjoying more physical activity. It provides free fitness-club memberships for seniors at any participating club across the country. And many health plans are now offering it… Read More →

Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day at Sagewood

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WHAT: Heard Museum Council American Indian Art & Artifacts Appraisal Day at Sagewood Luxury Senior Living Hosted by the Heard Museum and the Heard Museum Council Learn more about those items lurking in your closets or storage units, or collecting dust on shelves! Leading Native art traders will examine personal treasures and offer information about… Read More →

The Standard brings healthy dining marketplace to Scottsdale

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The Standard, a new healthy dining marketplace, lounge and venue has opened in Scottsdale. The 7,200 square foot space features an eclectic dining room, quick and casual market, a street side patio lounge, an inviting private dining room and a stylish bar.  Located at 10050 N. Scottsdale, Rd., The Standard is open daily from 7… Read More →

TJ Miller headlines House of Comedy grand opening

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A new joint is hitting High Street. Rick Bronson’s House of Comedy will celebrate its grand opening on September 4. Comedian T.J. Miller, who currently stars in HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and co-stars in “Transformers 4,” will be bringing the funny opening weekend along with one of his co-stars from “The Transformers,” the Rally Fighter “Scary Car” – courtesy of Chandler’s own Local Motors. Located… Read More →

Thirsty Thursday: Boss Hog

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, 2045 E. Camelback Road #A17, in Phoenix

Did you know Saturday, Aug. 30, is International Bacon Day? So, we know it’s a Saturday, but don’t hit “snooze” just yet — the Valley will be wafting with bacon bright and early! Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, in Phoenix gets pretty excited about bacon — all breakfast foods, really — and curated a bacon-inspired menu to… Read More →

PHXFW 2014: Meet Hues of Ego

Rising local designer Natasha Duran-Lynch's background in architecture is instantly recognizable in her Scottsdale-based clothing line Hues of Ego.

The seventh annual Phoenix Fashion Week (PHXFW) is just around the corner and with increasingly large stilettos to fill. Last year, the event topped its previous attendance record with more than 6,000 fashionistas flocking to Scottsdale, Ariz., to see fledging brands and established designers’ fall collections. Phoenix Fashion Week, which also hosts seminars with industry… Read More →

Why Kids Shouldn’t Be Guzzling ‘Energy’ Drinks

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Anxiety, hypertension, elevated heart rates, interrupted sleep patterns and headaches are just some of the side effects commonly associated with energy drinks, and those problems are more pronounced in children, according to a recent University of Miami study. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. These drinks have also been linked to heart palpitations,… Read More →

Junk in the Trunk plans Fall Market

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Shoppers, designers, vintage lovers and treasure hunters – the date has been set. On September 20, 2014, Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market will return to the newly-built, state-of-the-art, air-conditioned building at WestWorld, Scottsdale’s nationally recognized special events facility.   This event, which will feature all things chippy, rusty, vintage and handmade, will provide a treasure… Read More →

Larry Fitzgerald, celebrities to serve diners at Dominick’s Steakhouse

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Arizona Cardinals’ Wide Receiver Larry Fitzgerald Jr teams up with Scottsdale’s own Dominick’s Steakhouse to host the 6th Annual Fitz’s Supper Club, Celebrities at YOUR Service fundraiser on Monday, August 25th. Event proceeds will benefit The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund which supports youth organizations throughout the country through resources and funding. Starting at 7… Read More →

Phoenix native crowned poker champion

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A new poker champion was crowned at Talking Stick Resort on Tuesday, Aug. 19 during the 10th annual Arizona State Poker Championship. A showdown full of surprise plays and twists ensued for nearly seven hours until just one man was left standing. When the dust settled, Phoenix native Robert Tanita was named the 2014 Arizona… Read More →