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High Desert Groove: Sedona’s Two Can’t-Miss Music Festivals

High Desert Groove: Sedona’s Two Can’t-Miss Music Festivals July 30, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Sedona is world-famous for its spectacular red rock country, but it has also gained renown for its impressive arts and cultural scene, including a pair of major music festivals. Late summer and early autumn is high season for outdoor music in Sedona, with the mild evening weather setting the scene for...

Pet-Friendly Motels and Hotels in Phoenix

Pet-Friendly Motels and Hotels in Phoenix June 29, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Traveling with your four-legged best friend this summer? Phoenix is home to several pet-friendly motels and hotels, offering everything from basic, no-frills rooms to luxurious pooch-pampering paradises. Here are our picks for some of the most pet-friendly accommodations in the Metro Phoenix area. Meet...

A Little Night Music: Your Guide to Free Summer Concerts in Phoenix

A Little Night Music: Your Guide to Free Summer Concerts in Phoenix June 27, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Summer in Phoenix means staying indoors during the day, and then slowly emerging from the air-conditioned shells of our cars and homes to savor the small dip in evening temperatures. What better way to enjoy the slightly more amenable evening weather than to sit outside, listening to music? This summer,...

Desert By Night: Summer Garden Flashlight Tours at the Desert Botanical Garden

Desert By Night: Summer Garden Flashlight Tours at the Desert Botanical Garden May 31, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Sure, things get kind of quiet around Phoenix in the summertime. Seasonal visitors are long-gone, and only the hard-core desert dwellers remain, burrowing themselves in the cool sanctuaries of their air-conditioned houses, cars, and office buildings. But at night, the temperatures dip slightly, and the...

Geek Revolution: Phoenix Comicon Invades Downtown

Geek Revolution: Phoenix Comicon Invades Downtown May 26, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
The promoters of Phoenix Comicon 2011 describe the four-day event–which draws comic books artists, film and TV stars, and hordes of loyal fans dressed up in elaborate, latex-based costumes–as “the signature pop-culture event of the Southwest.” And who’s to argue with them?...

Cutting a Rug at Phoenix’s Hotel San Carlos

Cutting a Rug at Phoenix’s Hotel San Carlos April 29, 2011 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Resting graciously on the corner of Central Avenue and Monroe in Phoenix since 1928, the Hotel San Carlos has been a steady witness to the boom and bust cycle of downtown for over eight decades. Now, with more people funneled into the downtown area than ever thanks to the light rail system, locals and...

Feeding Frenzy: “Pop-up” Dining Arrives in Downtown Phoenix

Feeding Frenzy: “Pop-up” Dining Arrives in Downtown Phoenix April 12, 2011 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
The “pop-up” restaurant trend that has been sweeping foodie hot spots across the country has finally arrived in Phoenix, and the results are a fun, unconventional dining experience with a “built in expiration date.” The old Lexington Hotel in downtown Phoenix, currently under...

Phoenix Film Festival, March 31-April 7

Phoenix Film Festival, March 31-April 7 March 30, 2011 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Movie buffs take note: Arizona’s largest film festival hits the Harkins Scottsdale 101 on March 31st for a week-long movie extravaganza of sneak peeks, workshops, and q&as with national and local filmmakers. The opening night premiere event will be a screening of “Starting At the Finish...

Phoenix Named a Top 10 Spring Break Destination

Phoenix Named a Top 10 Spring Break Destination February 27, 2011 | What's New | Read More
Phoenix is a top spring break destination, according to one popular travel website. Orbitz.com just released a list of the most popular spring break destinations booked through their website. The results? Phoenix ranked #4, wedged in between Cancun (#3) and Fort Lauderdale (#5).  Not surprisingly, Florida...

Alice Cooper, Jackson Browne to Headline Tucson Benefit Concert on March 10

Alice Cooper, Jackson Browne to Headline Tucson Benefit Concert on March 10 February 26, 2011 | What's New | Read More
A special benefit concert will be held on Thursday, March 10 at the Tucson Convention Center to benefit the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona’s Fund for Civility, Respect, and Understanding, and to honor those affected by the January 8 shootings that left six people dead and 13 people injured,...
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