View Arizona’s Smallest Beauty in New Scottsdale Arts Exhibition

Scottsdale Arts

Scottsdale Public Art will host the “Designed to Move: Seeds That Float, Fly or Hitchhike through the Desert Southwest” exhibition July 7 – Sept. 30, 2022, at Scottsdale Civic Center Library. “Designed to Move” features work by photographer Taylor James, introducing viewers to a surprising, up-close look at the beauty and functional diversity of desert seed designs. James’ … [More]

Record Drought Puts New Focus on GateWay Community College’s Water Program

As record drought conditions worsen for the state of Arizona and much of the southwestern United States, a new urgency has been placed on finding ways to preserve one of our most valuable natural resources. But for GateWay Community College, the news comes as no surprise. "We've always had a huge demand from our municipal partners to provide them with the next generation of … [More]

Former Phoenix Mayor, HeartHook President Launch Podcast

Former Phoenix Mayor and co-founder and president of Redirect Health Paul Johnson and HeartHook founder and president Frank Salls have co-founded The Optimistic American, a podcast rooted in optimism and forward-looking perspectives. The podcast, hosted by Johnson, is accessible on most leading streaming sites and aims to present the American people with unbiased, … [More]

Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field Now Open with Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar

Caesars Entertainment, Inc. – in partnership with the Arizona Diamondbacks – announced that Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field is officially open. The two-story, 22,300-square-foot entertainment destination is located adjacent to Chase Field in Downtown Phoenix and is now the largest freestanding sportsbook in Arizona and the largest retail sportsbook to open in partnership with … [More]

MOD Pizza Marks National Pineapple Day by Declaring Pineapple Belongs on Pizza June 27th

In honor of National Pineapple Day on June 27, MOD Pizza, the purpose-led, people-first, fast casual pizza pioneer, has chosen a side in the divisive pineapple pizza debate by proclaiming they are undoubtedly pro-pineapple. To celebrate, MOD is offering free MOD-size pizzas on National Pineapple Day for customers who add the topping at 20 select locations across the … [More]

Juneteenth Festival in Downtown Phoenix, June 18

On June 17, of last year, President Biden signed a new law making Juneteenth a federal holiday. On February 2, 2022, Phoenix unanimously approved Juneteenth as an official city holiday. Most city and federal employees will have it as a paid day off. Juneteenth 2022 will be celebrated in Phoenix at Eastlake Park on Saturday, June 18. The holiday will be observed Monday, June … [More]

Tripadvisor Reveals the Most Highly Recommended Experiences in the World for 2022, Hello Old Town Scottsdale


As the summer travel season heats up to be the busiest since pre-pandemic years, and appetites for jet-set adventures soar, Tripadvisor®, the world's largest travel guidance platform, today announces the next in its coveted Travelers' Choice® Award series: The Best of the Best Things to Do. Revealing all the must-do activities in travel hotspots around the world, this accolade … [More]

Do You Know How the Phoenix Zoo Beats the Heat?

Phoenix Zoo

The Phoenix Zoo is always mindful of the high temperatures in the summer, and we adjust operating hours to keep everyone comfortable! We also watch our animals carefully for any signs of lethargy, behavior changes, panting, etc., and produce fun and exciting ways to help them beat the heat! Below are just a few examples: Blood-sicles for the cheetahs Otter pops for … [More]

What Are the Worst Passive-Aggressive Phrases, According to Americans?

by Matt Zajechowski

Say you forget to wish your friend a happy birthday. When you see them and apologize, they give a tight smile and say, “No, I’m not mad!” but continue to act cold and distant. Despite your attempts to talk through the issue, they refuse to acknowledge their feelings. This friend, whether or not they realize it, is exhibiting passive-aggressive … [More]

Is Procrastination Bad or Good, and Should You Trust a Procrastinator?

by Yoram Solomon, Ph.D.

A very famous preacher was procrastinating until the last minute on writing a very public speech he was to give. He went on stage without having the entire speech completed. He was a procrastinator. Then, on stage, at the last minute, he added four more words to it and decided to start his speech with the words: “I have a dream...” What do you think when you hear the word … [More]

Always . . . Patsy Cline at The Phoenix Theatre Company

The Phoenix Theatre Company

Treat yourself to a musical that will leave you humming some of the most memorable country songs in music history. Always… Patsy Cline is a celebration of legendary country songstress Patsy Cline, complete with downhome humor and genuine emotion. The production at The Phoenix Theatre Company has a limited engagement from June 8 through Aug. 7, 2022. Always…Patsy Cline is … [More]

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts Announces 2022–23 Season, Tickets on Sale June 10 

Scottsdale Arts

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts presents a fresh lineup for its 2022–23 season, filled with concerts and performances for a wide range of tastes, from eclectic to traditional, featuring everything from Grammy-winning artists in jazz, classical and global music to Broadway greats, expressive contemporary dance, laugh-out-loud comedy, and family shows for the young and … [More]

D-Backs Summer Kicks Off with 11 Home Games in 17 Days

Arizona Diamondbacks

The Arizona Diamondbacks will kick off summer starting Monday with 11 home games in 17 days over 2 homestands from June 13-19 against the Cincinnati Reds and Minnesota Twins and June 24-29 with visits from the Detroit Tigers and San Diego Padres. The homestand gets started on Monday, June 13 with the D-backs honoring Lou Gehrig Day in support of the fight against ALS. The … [More]

6 Tips to Help Small Businesses Become Ready for the Summer in Arizona

by Edgar R. Olivo

We have warm weather in Arizona, and it comes with substantial surges in our utility bills. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the nation’s small businesses spend more than $60 billion a year on energy. However, keeping your business cool during the summer months does not have to result in increasing your energy expenses. Small businesses that invest in energy … [More]

EN NEGOCIOS: 6 consejos para climatizar su negocio para el verano en Arizona

por Edgar R. Olivo

Tenemos un clima cálido en Arizona, y viene con aumentos sustanciales en nuestras facturas de servicios públicos. Según la Agencia de Protección Ambiental, las pequeñas empresas del país gastan más de $60 mil millones al año en energía. Sin embargo, mantener su negocio fresco durante los meses de verano no tiene por qué resultar en un aumento de sus gastos de energía. Las … [More]

U.S. Space Force Selects Arizona State University for Partnership

The U.S. Space Force and Arizona State University signed an agreement here Tuesday making ASU the newest member of the service’s University Partnership Program. USSF Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Dr. Lisa Costa joined ASU President Michael M. Crow on the Tempe campus to finalize the agreement and to learn more about ASU space initiatives and capabilities. Home … [More]

New Mural at Arizona Center Aims to the Sky, Brings Awareness to Mental Health

by Elizabeth Montgomery

A new mural reaches for the sky atop the Arizona Center parking garage. Titled “Expressing Ourselves! Identity, Diversity & Thriving in Adversity,” the colorful mural encourages a resilient world of acceptance for all. Arizona Center, in collaboration with Skye’s the Limit Foundation and Neighborhood Ministries unveiled the mural in May in honor of Mental Health … [More]

2022 Top 25 Historic Golf Courses List Announced, Arizona Course Takes No. 2 Spot

U.S. News & World Report

Historic Hotels of America® has a unique collection of the most beautiful, prestigious, and iconic golf courses where many champions have learned to play golf, competed, and made history. Many of these golf courses were designed in the late 19th and early 20th century, often referred to as the “Golden Age” of golf course architecture. These historic golf courses were designed … [More]

2022 Genesis GV70

by Mike Hunter

Named MotorTrend’s 2022 SUV of the Year®, the first-ever Genesis GV70 is here to satisfy drivers’ cravings, needs and wants. Featuring incredible performance, athletic styling and advanced technology, this SUV proves that, in the end, want wins. With class-leading standard horsepower and an available 375-hp 3.5-liter twin-turbo engine, both power plants make this SUV a true … [More]

Coffeegrams Personalized 

by Mike Hunter

Cafe Emporos offers easy-to-use hand-drip coffee filters as coffeegrams — envelopes containing pour-over coffee that can be personalized with a message, logo, company name or photo. Based in Goodyear, the online coffee shop ships within the United States. Started in 2015 with coffee only — which it sources from Uganda, Ethiopia and Colombia — Café Emporos has since added tea … [More]

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