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Agent Kevin Owens holds the key to living in luxury

Southern Cross Ranch. Listing Courtesy Of Kevin Owens, Best REALTOR® In Town 11250 E. Arabian Park Drive, Scottsdale, AZ 85259

Kevin Owens understands the finer things in life ― he sells some of the nicest homes in the Valley to some of the most affluent residents in Arizona. The Scottsdale native, who works with Coldwell Banker, has been in the business for nearly six years. His family has a history in Valley real estate that… Read More →

No Ties Allowed: Five simple Father’s Day gifts

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June 14, 2014 by in Featured | Lists

Dads — the patriarchs of society, the guys who fought refs and umpires for us when we were just in little league and too innocent to defend ourselves, the fellas who took you camping or golfing or bought you a book on investment when you were 15 years old and asked for a car. Once… Read More →

Catch the first wave of pool parties this weekend

LUSTRE Rooftop Garden at Kimpton's Hotel Palomar Phoenix.

One of the perks of living in Arizona is that April means the kickoff of pool party season. While people elsewhere are still rocking their snow boots, we here in Scottsdale are ready to bare down to our bikinis for some serious pool time, great music and tasty cocktails. Here are the details on the… Read More →

Miller Earns 2013 Alice Truman Leadership Award

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The Southern Arizona Chapter of the Arizona Women Lawyers Association awarded Megan E. Miller with the 2013 Alice Truman Leadership Award. Miller is currently Vice President and General Counsel for Long Realty Company, a Berkshire Hathaway affiliate. Despite having not received her undergraduate education in Arizona (Megan initially attended Barnard College, received her B.A. from Smith… Read More →

Scottsdale League for the Arts Appoints Board Member

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Susan E. Wells, partner of business law firm Jaburg Wilk, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of the Scottsdale League for the Arts. The Scottsdale League for the Arts is a non-profit volunteer organization supporting artists, arts programs and education through fundraising and special events, including the Scottsdale Culinary Festival. Funds raised are… Read More →

2013 Top Lawyers list: Business/corporate law

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March 21, 2013 by in Featured | Legal | Lists

Az Business magazine’s 2013 top lawyer list was created after the editorial department asked Arizona law firms to nominate their two best attorneys from 16 different categories for consideration. Those nominees were put on a ballot and were voted on by their peers in the legal community and the readers of Az Business magazine to… Read More →

2013 Top Lawyers list: Bankruptcy/reorganization

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March 20, 2013 by in Featured | Legal | Lists

Az Business magazine’s 2013 top lawyer list was created after the editorial department asked Arizona law firms to nominate their two best attorneys from 16 different categories for consideration. Those nominees were put on a ballot and were voted on by their peers in the legal community and the readers of Az Business magazine to… Read More →

2013 Top Lawyers list: Banking

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March 19, 2013 by in Featured | Legal | Lists

Az Business magazine’s 2013 top lawyer list was created after the editorial department asked Arizona law firms to nominate their two best attorneys from 16 different categories for consideration. Those nominees were put on a ballot and were voted on by their peers in the legal community and the readers of Az Business magazine to… Read More →

Family Summer Fun 2012

Family Summer Fun
April 28, 2012 by in Events | Lists

During the summer, two things increase: the temperature and the amount of time your kids spend at home — and both can be stressful. Here are some fun and engaging activities for the whole family to enjoy so you can bank on some family summer fun! Have you heard of the Heard Museum? This museum… Read More →

Easter Events Throughout The Valley

Easter Events
March 25, 2012 by in Events | Lists

Hippity, hoppity; Easter’s on its way. So if you haven’t already thought about what you’re doing for the holiday, you’re in luck because we have listed a few Easter events happening throughout the Valley. Here are a few Easter events in the Valley: Mesa Arizona Temple Visitors’ Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of… Read More →

Top Picnic Places In Arizona

Top Picnic Places In Arizona
March 18, 2012 by in Lists

With the weather getting warmer, who doesn’t want to spend more time outdoors? So gather your family and have yourself a picnic. This spring season, consider having a picnic at one of the following locations: Northern Arizona Dead Horse Ranch State Park is located in Cottonwood and covers 423 acres of land that includes 10… Read More →

10 Great Springtime Reads

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March 5, 2012 by in Lists

Even if you won’t be going on a tropical getaway this spring, set yourself free with these great springtime reads. Eat, Pray, Love Author:  Elizabeth Gilbert This memoir, now turned movie, is a must-read. Elizabeth Gilbert leaves behind her comfortable, American lifestyle and her recent divorce to find what she truly needs from life. The… Read More →

Five Ways To Get More Cash From Your Business

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February 12, 2012 by in Columnist Spotlight | Finance | Lists

As CEO of B2B CFO®, I regularly talk about our motto which is, “Cash. We help you get it®”. When talking about how we help our clients get more cash, I find that there is generally a misconception. Most people think that there are only two ways to get more cash: the first one being… Read More →

Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials Of 2012

Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials Of 2012
February 6, 2012 by in Events | Lists | Sports

Every year the biggest brands in America spend millions of dollars for a small window of advertisement during the biggest sporting event of the year. From the comedy of Jerry Seinfeld to the growling voice of Clint Eastwood, 2012’s Super Bowl commercials were pretty spot on. The Coca-Cola polar bears even had me leave at… Read More →