Summer Archives

5 tips on grilling the perfect burger

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Summer is in full swing, and that means two things: triple digit weather and lots of grilling by the pool. Everyone has their own methods for making the perfect burger for summer, but one of the newer burger joints in Phoenix, Burger Theory, is offering up some tips on how you can grill your own perfect burger.… Read More →

Salt River Tubing to open early, celebrates 35 years

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Salt River Tubing‘s opening day is April 30, 2016, Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., on the Lower Salt River. The cost is only $17 per person or tube which includes tube rental, shuttle bus ride and free customer parking at Salt River Tubing. Salt River Tubing is located in the Tonto National Forest, just… Read More →

Westin Kierland Resort offers summer fun deals

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Enjoy cool summer savings and plenty of freezing family fun this summer with The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa’s Big Chill Package, which offers a choice of package options – a $50 per room, per night dining credit or two free sessions on the Kierland FlowRider wave simulator. The Big Chill Package will be available from May… Read More →

How to sell your home before the summer

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Flowers blossom in the spring and, according to a recent study, so do real estate sales. “The second quarter is our busiest time. March shows the biggest reduction in price because people know that we’re heading into the second quarter of the market and they need to become more realistic,” said Sammy Glassman a realtor… Read More →

Job search tips for summer slow-down

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During the summer, companies slow down their hiring processes for a variety of reasons; this could be summer vacations for the hiring authorities in those companies or it might be due to the economy, which appears to slow in the summer. Either way, hiring slows down in the summertime. Historically hiring begins again in early… Read More →

How to protect AC unit during monsoons

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Is your air conditioner ready for the dust storms, torrential downpours, thunder and lightning that is monsoon season? When an air conditioning system stops working during an Arizona summer, it is the worst and it can be very costly to repair or replace. Preventative maintenance is key to keeping you cool in the hot summer… Read More →

Pink Pony kicks off Summer Crafty Dinner Series

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This May through August, Pink Pony in Scottsdale will be kicking off its Summer Crafty Dinner Series. Each Crafty Dinner will pair craft beer, local spirits and ingredients with Executive Chef, Stephen K. Eldridge’s, playful contemporary comfort cuisine. Each dish on the menus will be custom crafted to specifically partner with each crafty beer or cocktail.… Read More →

Phoenix Resort Offers 116 Record-Breaking Heat Deals

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Summer means hot deals in Phoenix and following July 24’s record setting heat of 116 degrees, Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort is offering special discounts and deals when guests mention the code “116.” The AAA Four Diamond mountainside resort will keep golfers on its Lookout Mountain Golf Course cool and hydrated with two complimentary non-alcoholic… Read More →

Westward Look Grand Brings the Baja Coast Closer

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Experience the Baja coast in Tucson this summer with Westward Look Wyndham Grand Resort & Spa’s “Baja Bound” summer special. Offering rates starting at $99 per night with no resort fee from May 18 through Sept. 18, 2014, the special includes a passbook of savings that guests may use at the resort’s restaurants and Sonoran… Read More →

The Dish: Cocktail Popsicles

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Stay cool by the pool this summer with these adult popsicles. Of course you can make them non-alcoholic and they’ll still be delicious but that little extra kick just makes them so much more special. This recipe for super simple strawberry margarita popsicles is amazing! Replace the alcohol with the same amount of sprite or… Read More →

ASU offers career fair series this summer

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ASU Career Services is offering a summer career fair series of events for ASU students, recent graduates and alumni of all majors on May 19, May 28, June 11 and July 21. Prospective employers from a variety of local, regional and national companies will be available to educate attendees about local job opportunities and recruit… Read More →

JW Marriott Starr Pass creates luxury summer stay package

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Visitors to JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa will be offered full days of fun and adventure, leisure and luxury at a great new summer rate. The Play Your Way package features rooms that start at $199 on weekends and $179 on weekdays and include a resort credit of $100 per day for use… Read More →

The Dish: Pesto

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Take advantage of the last moments of spring with delicious homemade pesto. Use basil from your own garden for the best tasting pesto you’ve ever had! Find this recipe and more summery delights on Scottsdale Living: The Dish on Pinterest. If you want to save your pesto and use it throughout the summer and even… Read More →

Arizona Biltmore unveils new summer of fun

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With a chic multi-million-dollar enhancement underway that will bring a sophisticated new look, combined with ramped up guest pampering poolside and increased activity and entertainment options that include everything from DJ Pool Parties and Kids Cooking Classes to guided hikes and Summer Iced Tea, this summer the Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort is kicking… Read More →