The Valley’s Best Neighborhoods of 2021

This guide to the Valley’s best neighborhoods for a variety of personalities can help you navigate today’s crucible of a real estate market and find your ideal home.

How Bodega Pierce Winery Creates a Vintage for Hidden Track Bottle Shop

This evocative photo essay chronicles a yearlong process of winemaking in Arizona, from grape to glass.

Monster Mash: Arizona’s Scariest People

In the spirit of Halloween, we present 10 of the most frightening and formidable Arizonans alive today.

8 Perfect Places in Arizona

Luxuriate in these eight beauteous, nostalgic or otherwise magical places within a few hours’ drive from metro Phoenix.

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Meet Your Makers: Chase and Dawn Albright create custom furniture at C + D Industry in Glendale

Meet Your Makers: Chase and Dawn Albright create custom furniture at C + D Industry in Glendale

The Albright’s combine their talents to create custom furniture at their downtown Glendale business.
A Valley Company is on the Frontlines Supporting Doctors to Help Patients with PAD

A Valley Company is on the Frontlines Supporting Doctors to Help Patients with PAD

Tempe’s Becton Dickinson (BD) Peripheral Intervention aims to lead the way in educating people about Peripheral Arterial Disease
Inking the Deal: Tattooed Realtor Rises to the Top

Inking the Deal: Tattooed Realtor Rises to the Top

Real estate agents are free to be themselves in today’s red-hot housing market. Out: gold blazers. In: face tats.
New Arizona Law Cracks Down on Abortion Providers

New Arizona Law Cracks Down on Abortion Providers

If a contentious law is upheld, certain abortions could land Arizona physicians in jail. But do its authors have something bigger in mind?
Suns Arena Partner Footprint Changes the Game on Plastic

Suns Arena Partner Footprint Changes the Game on Plastic

The average person ingests a credit card’s worth of microplastics every week. Gilbert-based materials science company Footprint aims to change that.
Opinion: Public School is Microcosm of Life

Opinion: Public School is Microcosm of Life

Are school-choice proponents using COVID to dismantle public schooling? Our columnist thinks so.

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Pav on Juice: My Fave New Bottle Shop

Desert DigestFood & DrinkPav on Juice: My Fave New Bottle Shop

It’s always momentous, at least for an oenophile like me, when a new wine shop or bar opens. Far Away Wine and Provisions in East Phoenix is the brainchild of Pat Jasmin and Chris French, part of the food-and-bev fabric of Arizona for years. Jasmin has done a little of everything, from writing wine lists to owning a restaurant to wine distribution, which is how she met French, a history and music buff who sold…
Local Foodie News

Local Foodie News

Photo courtesy Morning Squeeze   All the news that’s fit to nosh.   Grand Openings: A slew of food-and-bev establishments have recently opened. Some are opening this week! To wit: Morning Squeeze: The local breakfast and lunch joint is opening its third location this Friday, September 17. The Downtown Phoenix outpost is located at the corner of First and Washington streets. The eatery will include an indoor-outdoor bar, wraparound patio and a takeaway-friendly grab-and-go area. Open from 7…
Booze Flash: The Mix Up Bar

Booze Flash: The Mix Up Bar

The Mix Up Bar interior | Photo by Nikki Buchanan   The Mix Up Bar, tucked away to the left of T. Cook’s at the Royal Palms Resort & Spa, is one of my favorite places to hang out over a cocktail. Like the lovely old resort in which it’s nestled, the room is gracious, intimate and — if you time it right — blessedly quiet, the kind of place where you might strike up…
4 Late-Night Dining Options Around the Valley

4 Late-Night Dining Options Around the Valley

Casey Moore’s Oyster House | Photo by Brian Goddard   Phoenix’s diverse culinary landscape provides plenty of ways to satisfy late-night food cravings beyond fast food or national chains. If you’re a night owl who wants to try out a new dining destination open until midnight or later, here are four options in each corner of the Valley. For even more options, check out our Ultimate Late-Night Eats Guide. Brenda’s Inferno (Phoenix) Open until midnight…

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Best of the Valley 2021

511 of the Awesomest (is that a word?) People, Places & Things in the Valley!
Autumn Comes Early

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