The Arboretum at Flagstaff Opens April 15


The Arboretum at Flagstaff opens for the 2017 season Saturday, April 15. Visitors of all ages are invited to celebrate “Opening Day” at The Arboretum and enjoy hundreds of daffodils, the beautiful view of the San Francisco Peaks, hiking trails, gardens just beginning to bloom. At 11am and 1pm, visitors can participate in guided tours […]

The Horny Toad’s ‘Rock the Toad’ Announces Performers


The Horny Toad, Cave Creek’s oldest originally owned restaurant, will host an entertainment-filled, family-friendly day known as Rock the Toad Saturday, April 22, from 10am-3:30pm. The fun kicks off with music by the teen Rock the District program. Admission to the event is free. The gifted young performers who will entertain residents and visitors with […]

Spa Casitas And Suites Renovation Caps Multi-Year Enhancement At Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa


Two-million-dollar refresh follows 2016 opening of Spa House, 2015 Mountain Casita redesign The early 2017 unveiling of $2 million in renovations to its Spa Casitas and Spa Suites completes a comprehensive, two-year capital investment at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa. Conducted in three stages, the campaign also saw the 2016 introduction of Spa […]

About Arizona Wine: Central Wine On Central Avenue


– By Darla S. Hoffmann, Certified Specialist of Wine It’s no secret that Downtown Phoenix has been kissed by welcomed urbanization and significant transformation. The use of Adaptive Reuse Projects is plentiful and it is becoming a big draw for people to move downtown. Businesses are also gaining exposure from people in the suburbs. This […]

Dog-Eared Review: WISDOM


By Melanie Tighe – Arizona’s own Patrick Tylee takes sci-fi to another realm in this first book of his Wisdom series. His choice of the first person point of view from a clone is perfect for what has to be one of the most unique science fiction stories ever written. Filled with characters as alien […]

Male Call: Bring Out Your Inner Shrek


By James Roberts – Far be it from us to tell you to bring out your less attractive features on your dating profile, but a provocative TED talk suggests that maybe you should do just that. Now, we’re not talking about how you still live with your mother, how you view every other driver on […]

God Is Greater


By Paul Witkop – Discouragement is rampant these days. You could be in a very tough time right now…you or somebody close could be out of work…your finances might not be adding up…your marriage might be very broken…you might have medical challenges or even challenges with your parents or your children. None of us will […]

What Is Bajaro?


By Barbara Kaplan – For most people their home is a refuge – a place where they can forget about the outside world. A place that allows them to go within to create healing for the things they cannot control. This is what I refer to as a person’s “sacred space” or “healing environment.” Everyone […]

Take A Wildflower Walk At Spur Cross


  Area residents are invited to take a guided tour of what’s blooming in Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area throughout the month of April. Held each Friday in April from 8-10:30am, this easy walk will showcase some of the spectacular wildflowers found in the park and allow participants to explore the beauty of the conservation […]

Sunday A’Fair: Discover France


As part of its 2016-17 Discovery France Series, Scottsdale Arts presents OrigiNation: A Festival of Native Cultures (France) Sunday, March 26, from 12-4pm. This special Sunday A’Fair event celebrates the cultures of France and Arizona in an afternoon of entertainment and interactive experiences. Visitors will enjoy music, dance and stories; arts-and-crafts by local artists; creative […]