Scottsdale Quarter Ushers in the Holiday Season with Santa Social Nov. 24


Scottsdale Quarter, an open-air shopping destination with more than 75 popular retail and dining choices, will usher in the holiday season with The Santa Social, its highly-anticipated holiday kick-off event Saturday, Nov. 24, from 10am–8pm, in The Quad. The event, now in its seventh year, will feature a day of festive, family-friendly activities, including photos […]

Work Begins This Winter to Repair High-Profile Scottsdale Bridges


Work will begin this winter to repair Scottsdale’s Drinkwater Boulevard underpass and 68th Street bridge. Emergency funding to repair the damaged infrastructure was approved by theScottsdale City Council Oct. 16. Portions of both bridges were closed earlier this year due to structural concerns found during inspections. The money to pay for repairs will come primarily […]

Escape The Summer Sun With Indoor Fun


Calling all preschoolers who love their teddy bears! Children ages 6 and under are invited to bring their favorite teddy bear to jump and play with at AZ Air Time trampoline park July 13 for a Teddy Bear Tea Party from 10am–noon. Complimentary iced tea, lemonade and cookies will be served to the children. Coffee […]

Take An Art Walk This Summer!


Valley studios and galleries open their doors The Scottsdale Gallery Association (SGA) announced that the Summer Spectacular Art Walk, presented by Museum Square, will take place along Main Street from Scottsdale Road to Goldwater Boulevard and north of Indian School on Marshall Way to 5th Avenue. The event will be held Thursday, July 12, from […]

Liberty Station: More Than Just Barbecue


But, yeah, it’s about the barbecue By Kathryn M. Miller Since opening its doors in March 2017, the family-owned Liberty Station has quickly become a favorite neighborhood joint, with some patrons stopping in three or four times a week. And a neighborhood social spot is exactly what Keeler Hospitality Group, which also owns Market Street […]

Scottsdale Mayor Lane Writes… MAY 2018


    Texting 9-1-1 In Scottsdale Texting in an emergency is now an option in Scottsdale and across Maricopa County. Calling is still the best option when possible since voice calls allow the dispatcher to receive information quicker from the caller. Now, the texting option may provide ease for the deaf or hearing impaired, those […]

Local High School String Quartet To Join Touring “Beatles vs. Stones” Show On Stage


When the touring show Beatles vs. Stones — A Musical Showdown comes to the Virginia G. Piper Theater May 10, Scottsdale’s Chaparral High School String Quartet will join the professional musicians on stage to add some orchestral texture to the evening. The show pits Rolling Stones tribute band Satisfaction against rival Brit boys Abbey Road […]

Mayor Lane Writes… APRIL 2018


Mayor & Council Breakfast for the Arts The City of Scottsdale prides itself on being a community with a long-standing history and commitment to beauty, arts and culture. In celebration of that, my City Council colleagues and I are pleased to host a breakfast event at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art on Thursday, April […]

Boutique Pilates Studio Opens In Scottsdale — Offers Members Specialized Reformer Fusion Workout, Discounted Membership


Club Pilates celebrated its grand opening in Scottsdale March 10. Located at 31313 North Scottsdale Road, Suite 100, the new studio offers members full-body workouts that improve posture, balance, flexibility and strength. To celebrate the new opening, Club Pilates North Scottsdale will offer 20 percent off membership for the first month and waive the wellness […]

Mayor Lane Writes… MARCH 2018


City of Scottsdale Boards and Commissions Opportunities More than 150 Scottsdale residents volunteer their time and expertise on one of the city’s 25 boards, commissions, task forces and committees. Bob Frost is just one of the many who serve. He currently chairs the McDowell Sonoran Preserve Commission., and he has served on various commissions throughout […]