Hike of the Week: Red Butte in the Kaibab National Forest

The russet stone pinnacle known as Red Butte commands the landscape.

Summer Food & Wine Getaways

From the high-desert vineyards of northern New Mexico to the Michelin-starred restaurants of the Las Vegas strip, these 11 Southwest food and wine adventures are ripe for the picking.

12th Annual Readers’ Photo Contest: Artful Contrast

Opposites attract and complement each other in this year’s final lineup of reader-provided photographic excellence.

Exile on Oak Street: A Snapshot of Homelessness in Phoenix

Homelessness has spread to neighborhoods all over Phoenix. And the remedies are as varied as the people the solutions aim to repair – or remove.

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Top 10 Valley Events in May and June

Top 10 Valley Events in May and June

Here are our top 10 picks for events happening in late spring and early summer.
Business Buzz: Faith-Based Financial Investing Funds Screen Companies on the Stock Exchange for Non-Christian Values

Business Buzz: Faith-Based Financial Investing Funds Screen Companies on the Stock Exchange for Non-Christian Values

Faith-based financial investing looks to filter out the “good” companies on the stock exchange from the bad. But how does such “ethical filtering” work?
Resurgence of Drag Shows on Roosevelt Row Harkens Back to Gay Nightlife Heyday

Resurgence of Drag Shows on Roosevelt Row Harkens Back to Gay Nightlife Heyday

The resurgence of drag shows on Roosevelt Row recalls the heyday of Downtown gay bar 307 Lounge.
What’s in Your Bag? with Daulton Varsho

What’s in Your Bag? with Daulton Varsho

What could a rising baseball star who plays multiple positions need in his bag? Diamondback Daulton Varsho gave us a peek.
Leg Sesh 2022: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Leg Sesh 2022: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

In their latest legislative confab, Arizona lawmakers clamped down hard on abortion, voting and catalytic converter thefts. Here are the post-game highlights.
2022 Staycation Guide

2022 Staycation Guide

As temperatures rise, room rates drop at Valley resorts – and the staycation deals just keep getting sweeter.

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First Dish: Light Heart Coffee

Desert DigestFood & DrinkFirst Dish: Light Heart Coffee

Photo by Sydnee Wilson Light Heart Coffee is a unique and beautifully designed coffee shop that recently opened in Scottsdale. It offers a variety of coffee and non-coffee drinks including lattes, cappuccinos, espresso tonics, jasmine lemonade and much more. In addition to great coffee, it has a welcoming and positive atmosphere. When I first walked into Light Heart Coffee, I was greeted by bright colors, wavy patterns and disco balls. Usually when I walk into...
Local Dining Deals for Father’s Day 2022

Local Dining Deals for Father’s Day 2022

Salmon Carpaccio from Zinqué | Photo courtesy The Knight Agency  Father’s Day is fast approaching! Sunday, June 19 is a day dedicated to dear old Dad. No plans? We found a few spots around the Valley offering special deals, including discounts, drinks and all different kinds of cuisine. Dapper & Stout This casual coffeehouse is celebrating Father’s Day across the Valley with a buy one, get one free special. Order a coffee, and Dad gets...
Six Questions with Tía Carmen Executive Chef Angelo Sosa

Six Questions with Tía Carmen Executive Chef Angelo Sosa

Accompanied by a lot of local buzz, executive chef Angelo Sosa and restaurant operator Mark Stone opened Tía Carmen at JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa in May. Sosa, who appeared on three seasons of Top Chef, opened the restaurant in tribute to his aunt, Carmen. The restaurant specializes in contemporary Southwest cuisine with special emphasis on wood-fire grilling. Here’s what Sosa has to say about his new venture. What does it meant...
May 2022 Restaurant Openings and Closings

May 2022 Restaurant Openings and Closings

Birdcall | Photo courtesy Oh Partners  Openings Angel Thai Bistro Family-owned restaurant features a “divine dining experience” with popular Thai dishes, including pad Thai, multiple curries and coconut soup. 4010 E. Greenway Rd., Phoenix, angelthaiaz.com Birdcall Look for 100 percent all-natural fried chicken sandwiches and chicken fingers as well as salads at this Denver-based fast-casual restaurant. 7204 E. Shea Blvd., Scottsdale, eatbirdcall.com Black Rock Coffee Oregon coffee chain opens its fifth Mesa location and 27th...

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