Halloween Archives

Downtown Phoenix bars introduce creepy Halloween cocktails

Eyes Cold Lemonade

Province Urban Kitchen and Bar Province is located at the corner of Central and Van Buren in downtown Phoenix. Eyes Cold Lemonade Ingredient: 1.5 ounce vodka Juice of ½ lemon Splash of simple syrup Preparation: Add ingredients to a cocktail shaker Shake and strain into martini glass Garnish with two “eyeballs” (made with lychee fruity… Read More →

AZ Ice Gilbert presents 1st Annual Trunk or Treat

W Scottsdale - Ice Skating

Celebrate Halloween on Saturday, October 31st at AZ Ice Gilbert, the coolest place in town offering a unique Trunk or Treat and Skate. The fun starts at 10:00 a.m. with 100 dedicated parking spots available for those who want to decorate their cars as kids trick or trunk around the festive space.  Enjoy a LIVE… Read More →

Westgate will host Halloween Bar Crawl

by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Play

This Halloween, Westgate Entertainment District is hosting Crawloween, a Halloween-themed bar crawl, making it the ultimate destination to have a scary good time with costume contests and a variety of discounts. With over 20 restaurants, retailers and entertainment venues, ghouls and goblins alike can satisfy their cravings with delicious bites, sweet treats and refreshing beers… Read More →

Halloween at CityScape offers a ghoulish good time

CityScape_Patriots Park (Low Res)
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Play | Stay

Celebrate this Halloween with plenty of tricks and treats at the hottest bars, restaurants, entertainment venues and retailers in the Valley, all within walking distance at CityScape Phoenix. Located in the heart of downtown, CityScape is the place to be for fiendish fun and spooky scares for all ages. Take advantage of the excitement with… Read More →

Ghouls Night Out at Hotel Valley Ho

Midnight Mayhen 1
by in Eat | Experience AZ Magazine | Featured | Play | Stay

The hottest Halloween bash in Scottsdale will be at Hotel Valley Ho on Friday, October 31. The event kicks off at 9:00 p.m. in the ballrooms with DJ Mad Hatter, followed by headlining act Whiplash, a DJ duo of femme fatales who have performed around the globe. Drink specials from Grey Goose and Veuve Clicquot… Read More →

Things to Do: Halloween Edition


You’ve been trick-or-treating for years. Don’t you think it’s time to mix things up? Try these events around the Valley for a little bit of a treat! 10/31: Life After Death Race II Bring your best Halloween costumes and best racing bicycles to Margaret T. Hance Park on Halloween night to participate in a festive… Read More →

W Scottsdale’s WET Deck dresses up as Gotham City this Halloween

Gotham City

W Scottsdale announced it’s throwing a haunted Halloween weekend with leather, lace, heroes and villains; transforming the WET deck into the corrupted Gotham City on Friday, Oct. 31. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the event is 21 years and older. Join W Scottsdale this Halloween as guests are invited to experience the sinister side… Read More →

Tickets on sale for Pumpkin Patch Train Ride

by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

There is a pumpkin patch that you can only get to by train, where pumpkins for the picking abound. Activities at the historic Grand Canyon Railway Depot in Williams, Ariz., include a haunted railway car, a hay bale maze, and pumpkin arts and crafts in the Harvest Room. Reserved tickets are now on sale for… Read More →

5 Things to Do This Week: Oct. 30 to Nov. 5

Wicked Witch, SL Online
by in Events

From costume contests to haunted houses, this week is the final chance to celebrate this spooky, sweet holiday — here are some must-try/see events for this week and weekend. Don’t forget to share with us your photos of you enjoying these events with the hashtag #SL5 and follow us @scottsdaleliving on Instagram! October 30 —Costume… Read More →

Applying, Celebrating Holidays In The Workplace

Holidays in the Workplace

As we move out of hibernation and into the months of spring, we notice beautiful pops of color in the trees, warmer and longer days, bounty from the garden and the start of an endless amount of holidays to celebrate. There is everything from the first day of spring to Easter, the Fourth of July,… Read More →

Top Google Logos 2004

Top Google Logos 2004
by in Lists | Snapshot | Tech

Google’s 2004 Year In Review January Google has had an excellent year. At the beginning of the year, Bill Gates famously said, “They kicked our butts” about Google’s domination of and enormous profits on search, but promised a MSN Search engine within a year. Google began the process of going public. Yahoo freaked out and… Read More →

Zombie Walks: Scaring You For Charity

Zombie Walks
by in Events

Have you ever heard of a Zombie Walk? I hadn’t, that is until this past week. A Zombie Walk can be organized by anyone; it can be a city-sponsored event, or put on by a group of friends looking for a fun time. Zombie Walks occur all over the world, but they mostly occur in… Read More →