Scottsdale Living Magazine Archives

Tipsy Tuesday: Cinco de Mayo at Z’Tejas

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Get your fiesta started this Cinco de Mayo at one of Z’Tejas five Valley locations. Their 6thStreet Margaritas and Chambord Margaritas will be only $5 and you can grab a Corona for $2. In case you decide you need some food to go with your drinks, tacos will be only 55 cents from 3 to… Read More →

Best I Ever Had: National Burger Month Edition

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It’s National Burger Month, and AZ Big Media’s employees definitely know what’s up when it comes to the Valley’s burgers. From high-maintenance patties with quirky toppings to a good, basic burger, here’s how to eat like a champion this May. Turkey Burger, $12 True Food Kitchen It’s True Food’s answer to a non-beef burger: A… Read More →

Non-invasive ways to restore, protect sun-damaged skin

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The Arizona sun is harsh for skin, especially during the summer time, and desert dwellers are most susceptible to skin damage. Dr. Susan Van Dyke and Van Dyke Laser & Skin have compiled a number of services to restore and protect damaged skin. All of the services that Van Dyke has compiled are all non-invasive.… Read More →

224 Apparel uses referral-based business to grow

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With a vibrant room full of inspirational artwork and a sensational woman sitting behind the desk, the feeling of thrill cannot help but overwhelm a client that walks into the 224 Apparel office of Chief Creative Officer Ali Matthews Radow. 224 may seem like an unorthodox name for an apparel company, but a name with… Read More →

Thirsty Thursday: Nabers’ refreshing Fruit Julius

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Locally-owned Nabers is quite the happy hour spot. With the weather as gorgeous as it is now, the patio gives diners a perfect spot to enjoy good food, drinks and friends. Happy hour runs from 2 to 7 p.m. every day. Deals include $3 off all appetizers, $4 house wine, $3 domestic draft beer, $4… Read More →

JOIE opens Scottsdale storefront

Women’s contemporary brand, JOIE, will open the doors of its first Arizona boutique in Scottsdale Quarter. The 1600 square foot store will house all of JOIE’s mainstay collections – JOIE, JOIE Soft, JOIE Shoes and marks the company’s eleventh U.S. retail location. “Scottsdale Quarter is a great center for us to launch our first store… Read More →

Fashion Week 4 Kids comes to Scottsdale Quarter

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Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations (SLE) is hosting the inaugural “Fashion Week 4 Kids” that is coming to the Valley this Fall with a week of activities beginning October 19 and culminating with a full day of fashion shows and children’s activities on Saturday, October 24 at Scottsdale Quarter. “We have produced upscale fashion events… Read More →

New Spring menu comes to Paul Martin’s American Grill

Paul Martin’s American Grill is celebrating its one-year anniversary in Scottsdale with the rollout of a fresh, new springtime-inspired menu. With a focus on seasonal ingredients, Paul Martin’s is committed to using local produce, sustainable fisheries, free-range and natural meats, artisanal cheeses, and house-infused spirits. To welcome warmer weather, Paul Martin’s has added a dozen new, lighter menu items for lunch, dinner… Read More →

Frank food truck delivers crooning culinary delights

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By Kaley Kurowski, Special to AZ Big Media When you think of hot dogs, the first thing that comes to mind might be a picnic or a baseball game. For Frank. food truck owner Adam Allison, his first thought was of Frank Sinatra. Frank. food truck hit the streets in October 2013 when Allison, who… Read More →

Cibo e Vino reopens after remodel and expansion

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Cibo e Vino is opening their newly renovated restaurant. Locally owned and operated by Executive Chef John Collura, the restaurant is located on the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Carefree Highway in the Terravita Marketplace. Cibo e Vino now seats a total of 225 people both inside and outside after more than doubling in… Read More →

Thirsty Thursday: Hotel Valley Ho’s retro ZsaZsa

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Anyone with a sweet tooth will love the The ZsaZsa from The ZuZu Lounge at Scottsdale’s Hotel Valley Ho. With chocolate and vanilla flavors and a hint of espresso, this drink should be a great pick-me-up for someone looking for something to start the night off right at the retro-style lounge. The ZsaZsa 1½ oz.… Read More →

Chiropractors chase ‘The Perfect Storm’ to healthy living — for kids

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By Morgan Hawkins, Special to AZ Big Media What used to be a place for quick neck adjustments and back corrections, now offers a therapy to lessen the severity of common neuro-developmental disorders, specifically seen in children. Chiropractic care provides more than just treatment of neck, back and joint pain.  Chiropractors locate the area of… Read More →

Angel-inspired artist opens gallery in Scottsdale

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Angel-inspired jewelry artist Cheryl Senkfor and dichroic glass artisan Bobby Harr are pooling their creative resources to open The Creating Spot, a contemporary art studio-gallery in Old Town Scottsdale, on Thursday, April 23. Senkfor says her hand-woven metal jewelry line was inspired by angels after she suffered a traumatic brain hemorrhage in 2003. “I saw… Read More →

Valley model Christa Sandstrom could ‘go global,’ experts say

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“I have a good feeling Christa Sandstrom is that Arizona fresh face that will actually go global,” Brian Hill, executive director of Phoenix Fashion Week, said about the emerging model who is a Gilbert native. Featured in major publications such as Mainsteam Magazine, Glamour Magazine Italy and Runway Magazine, Christa Sandstrom is being recognized as… Read More →