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Sam Fox opens first Flower Child location in Scottsdale


Flower Child, Sam Fox’s healthy fast-casual restaurant opened its first Scottsdale location yesterday, Tuesday, May 5, at Shea Boulevard & 90th Street. The latest locale will serve farm-to-table fare that’s healthy and served in a happy, fast-casual kitchen. Situated in a bright 3,572-square-foot space and 1,223-square-foot patio, surrounded by windows on every side with sunshine beaming in,… Read More →

New Recovery Sundays at Hotel Valley Ho

The OH Pool Bar + Cabanas at the Hotel Valley Ho in Scottsdale.

Sunday is your day to relax and recover from the week. Treat yourself with delicious food and drinks, live music, spa treatments, and poolside fun at Hotel Valley Ho.   ZuZu serves brunch inside and on the shaded patio from 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., with the Bloody Mary + Mimosa Bar open from 9:00… Read More →

Thirsty Lion announces opening in Scottsdale


Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill is excited to announce the opening of its second Arizona location at Scottsdale Fashion Square, following the success of their first valley location that opened in the Valley, at Tempe Marketplace, in 2011. The gastropub will open its doors to the public on Tuesday, February 17th and will feature 8,500 square feet… Read More →

Fleming’s renovates decor and menu


Fleming’s Scottsdale, located at 6333 N. Scottsdale Rd., has renovated its property to a more modern and architecturally hip environment. To go along with the new space, it has also released a few new items on an extended happy hour menu. The location’s most unique new factor is the wood flooring in the entry way –… Read More →

Foodie Faire at Kierland Commons benefits foster care

Foodie Faire
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine

Arizona Friends of Foster Care Children (AFFCF) is hosting their annual “AFFCF Foster Care Foodie Faire” on Sunday, November 23 from Noon – 3 p.m. at the Kierland Commons, 15205 North Kierland Boulevard, in Scottsdale. The Foodie Faire is a gourmet picnic on wheels featuring the finest in food truck cuisine along with children’s activities,… Read More →

MDA’s annual Taste of the Town returns


Hundreds of Valley foodies, wine enthusiasts and the culinary curious will gather under the stars for a night of music, dancing and delectable tastings during the Muscular Dystrophy Association’s 14th Annual Taste of the Town, Friday, Oct. 17 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at Scottsdale Quarter. Emceed by KTVK’s April Warnecke and Mark McClune, the charitable evening… Read More →

PGA Star Tom Lehman to host Weekend Jetaway

weekend jetaway

Tickets are now available for the 3rd Annual Weekend Jetaway presented by AXA Advisors Southwest, Aero Jet Services and Prisma, which will take place on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., and will feature music, culinary creations from leading Valley chefs, cocktails, surprise “elevated” entertainers and casino games set in a… Read More →

Bacon Day Eateries Breakdown

Sprinkle's maple bacon cupcake
by in Events | Lifestyle

Bacon has become one of America’s favorite meats. Two billion pounds of bacon is produced in the U.S every year. Saturday, August 31st recognizes and celebrates this country’s guilty breakfast pleasure. The 31st is more than a Saturday. It is international Bacon Day! There is no better way to celebrate other than by eating. Here… Read More →

Commercial Real Estate Veteran Larry Pobuda Joins Transwestern's Phoenix Team

Larry Pobuda
by in Business News | Newsmakers

  Transwestern announced that commercial real estate veteran Lawrence (Larry) Pobuda has joined its Phoenix office, increasing its role in the leasing and sales of office buildings and providing in-depth expertise in development and investment. As senior vice president, Pobuda serves institutional, corporate and private owners, as well as corporate users. “It is exciting to… Read More →

Josh Welp Joins Kitchell as Safety Director

Josh Welp
by in Business News | Newsmakers

Josh Welp has been appointed Kitchell’s new Safety Director. Welp has more than 15 years of safety engineering experience, including six years as Safety Manager and then Site Safety and Health Officer at Sundt Construction. Recent projects include safety oversight of a new $21M hangar and aircraft wash facility for B-52 aircraft at Barksdale AFB… Read More →

Which Common Brands Are Most Sustainable?

As you do your shopping this holiday season, would it help to know exactly which toys, electronics, food and other items are better for the environment? A prominent researcher at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is helping to develop a system that will tell retailers, manufacturers, and eventually consumers,… Read More →

Happy Hour Hotspots In The Valley

happy hour hotspots feature
by in Around Arizona | Blogs | Dining | Lists

Enjoy Valley happy hours with culture and style.  There are places to go in the Valley that have edgy appeal, cozy atmosphere and cheap prices. Our six valley locations will intrigue your taste buds, lift your spirits and cultivate your thirst for culture. Nakama Sushi Restaurant Nakama Sushi Restaurant opened in October 2010 in the… Read More →

Glendale Glitters and Glow Block Party

Photo Credit: Sweet Evie
by in Around Arizona | Events

During the holiday season, one area of Arizona outshines all others. The small, historic town of Glendale is lit up by more than one million Christmas lights that are strung throughout the trees and shine brightly on the small, antique homes and shops that compose the 12-blocks from Old Towne and Catlin Court Districts. However,… Read More →

The Tourist Trade

Tourist Group 2008

By Don Weiner Arizona’s tourism industry expects to take more than a few hits from an uncertain economy. “Whenever we see a downturn in the economy like this, especially when the staples of life are so much more expensive — food, gas, that sort of thing — it does have some downward pressure on leisure… Read More →