Things To Do Phoenix

Feb. 12, 2014

Scottsdale Horse Show Events for February

Scottsdale has long been known as a Western town. For those who live in the area or are visiting this February, the upcoming equestrian event at West World is sure to draw a crowd of both horse lovers and interested viewers alike. This February, Scottsdale is hosting the Annual Scottsdale ...

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Oct. 14, 2013

Desert Ridge Farmers Market Open at City North

desert ridge farmers marketDesert Ridge homeowners have a new activity to attend on Sundays on High area. With the weather cooling down, the farmers market at located in City North is likely to be well received by residents and visitors alike. Kicking off this Sunday, October 20, 2013, this theme of “ A ...

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Sept. 1, 2013

Signature Events In Scottsdale in September

Scottsdale WaterfrontThose visiting or living in the Scottsdale area have some signature events to look forward to in September with the city of Scottsdale being home to some of the best restaurants in Arizona.  Each year Restaurant Week is an event that both foodies and those who look to try ...

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Aug. 2, 2013

Arizona Cardinals Hold Training Camp In The Valley

378px-Big_Red_Cardinals_Training_Facility_April_21,_2009Fans from all over Arizona have the chance to do something they have never done before, see the Arizona Cardinals football team hold their Training Camp at The University of Phoenix Stadium.  In the past, those from Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale and the other surrounding areas had to travel to ...

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July 1, 2013

Scottsdale Residents Offered Chance to Participate in Local Government

14955700_sIt isn’t often that residents are offered the opportunity to participate in the workings of their local government. However, residents of Scottsdale are getting that exact chance.  First, residents are able to attend virtual planning workshops and provide their specific feedback in an online forum. One example is on ...

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March 14, 2013

Carl Edwards Breaks 70-Race NASCAR Losing Streak in Phoenix

Black and white NASCAR cars on a trackIt’s been a long time since Carl Edwards took the checkered flag (70 races to be exact), but on Sunday, March 3, at the Subway Fresh Fit 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup race, Phoenix race fans got to see his signature backflip. He bested Daytona 500 winner Jimmie Johnson and Denny ...
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Jan. 27, 2013

Phoenix Coyotes Season Gets the Green Light

Phoenix Coyotes Season

After a marathon 16-hour session, the NHL returns to Phoenix. Four months of negotiation lead up to an early morning deal this past weekend that will see the Coyotes begin action no later than January 19. They are projecting anywhere from 48-50 games in the strike-shortened season but fans will ...

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Oct. 17, 2012

Construction for New Mesa Grande Visitors Center Underway

With such a rich regional history, it’s no wonder that many local residents have been long awaiting a visitors center that does justice to the area.  Now, the perfect spot has been chosen and construction has been underway since early September.  The 6-acre site, on the Mesa Grande ...

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Sept. 23, 2012

“Experience the New” Events at ASU West This Fall

When you’re looking for a new or different way to spend an evening, Arizona State University’s West Campus can often be a great place to look.  This fall, in particular, is packed with exciting arts-related concerts, plays, and exhibits, so if you need a bit of culture in your ...

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Sept. 14, 2012

Which Wich?- New Sandwich Business in Scottsdale

Local workers are always looking for the next great lunch spot, and Which Wich?, now open in Scottsdale, may be the perfect answer.  This is a classic assembly-line sandwich shop and already a popular local haunt in Glendale, where it has been open for about 4 years.  With ...

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