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Highlights from this month's edition include: Agave, The Arizona Spa’s new seasonal treatment; the Essence of Autumn Facial, the FOUND:RE Phoenix is set to open Oct. 25, low fares from Allegiant Airlines on flights from Cleveland to Phoenix and the Great Pumpkin Festival at the Desert Botanical Garden.
Highlights from this months edition include: ASU's unveils new "state-of-the-art" Center for Law and Society. The OdySea aquarium, the largest aquarium in the Southwest, opens this fall. There’s a new brew in town! A brand new brewery calls Arizona home. The Shop Beer Co. (formerly known as Cartel brewery) is located at 922 West First Street. The brewery will offer Coffee Brown Nitro and 480 Session Ale, as well as two new brews Sunset Daydream IPA and The Nines Hoppy Red.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Wave bon voyage to summer and catch one of these last minute summer resort packages before Labor Day; the perfect summer treat for the body, an all-over summer "smoothie" at Agave; all’s fair in a Margarita war; and on Nov. 19, Hance Park will become pizza paradise hosting the 2nd Annual Phoenix Pizza Festival.
Highlights from this month's edition include: A pair of resorts are inviting young resort guests to live out their fairytale dreams and swim like mermaids during expertly led sessions. 'Swim' over to The Phoenician and Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Resort for more details. Phoenix's most awarded cocktail bar, Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour has been nominated for the 'Oscars' of the bartending world, the Tales of the Cocktail 10th Annual Spirited Awards®. Science and dessert collide at Creamistry where ice cream treats are flash frozen using liquid nitrogen while featuring over 70 flavors and toppings.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Summer promo specials at various resorts: Copa America Centenario comes to Arizona for the first time in 100 years; Feel "Cool as a Cucumber" with special cucumber-inspired treatments; and Stock & Stable rides into Central Phoenix.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Downtown Phoenix's first grocery store is set to open in 2018; the top two golf courses on Golf Digest's "Best Golf Resorts in the Southwest" are Phoenix's own; May 18th is International Museum Day and and local museum's are offering tons of deals to celebrate; and Sky Harbor International Airport put up a clock in Terminal 4 that counts down to tip-off of the 2017 NCAA Final Four in Phoenix, which is now less than one year away.
Highlights from this month's edition include: the Northwest Valley Metro light rail expansion; The Ultimate Collection: Iconic Baseball Cards from the Diamondbacks Collection is on display at Phoenix Art Museum; and Arizona Restaurant Week returns May 20-29.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Phoenix resorts are offering tons of deals for Spring Training game goers; The Legoland Discovery Center at Arizona Mills Mall announced the date for their grand opening; Several culinary influencers and chefs are being nationally recognized as semi-finalists for James Beard Awards; get outside and attend one of the Desert Botanical Garden's many springtime events
Highlights from this month's edition include: Phoenix resorts are offering tons of deals that celebrate couples on Valentine's Day, recent renovations and Spring Training season; Arizona Beer Week is back to recognize-and taste-the growing craft beer scene in Phoenix; Schnepf Farms is celebrating the warming weather in the sweetest way possible-their annual Peach Blossom Celebration; escape to any number of resort spas to enjoy specials for couples, or just for one throughout February
Highlights from this month's edition include: Downtown Phoenix transforms into the Championship Campus for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game; the week-long Devoured Culinary Classic is back for the celebration of food, drinks and the unique culinary scene in Phoenix; sip on wine and enjoy the beauty of the Sonoran at Desert Botanical Garden's event The Corks and Cactus Festival; escape to Agave, The Arizona Spa at Westin Kierland Resort with your loved one for their Valentine's Day specials for couples!
Highlights from this month's edition include: The Camby's much anticipated opening; Desert Botanical Garden celebrates it's 38th year of Las Noches de las Luminarias; explore street-art in downtown Phoenix through a scavenger hunt featuring 31 installations; and The College Football Playoff National Championship Game features Playoff Fan Central and interactive events for fans.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Governor Doug Ducey has named the month of November Arizona Leafy Greens Month; The Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, has appointed three new chefs for their main restaurants; The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa will present its spectacular 3-D Holiday PaintScaping Show beginning this month; the Tempe Festival of the Arts will return to Mill Avenue the first week of December; Arcadia's Nook Kitchen will be the restaurant for the new Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Downtown hotel; Valley resorts gear up for Thanksgiving Dinner; and The Westin Kierland Golf Club will host its inaugural Club Championship this December!
Highlights from this month's edition include: Visit Phoenix has published a new edition of its Phoenix Trail Guide, Arizona State University was recently ranked number one for most innovative schools by U.S. News & World Report, The Arizona Organizing Committee revealed the logo and title sponsor for the fan festival that will accompany the 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship game, The Phoenician’s Lobby Tea Court will transform into a picture of pink in support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria Resort has brought back the super car ultimate driving experience, This January the Musical Instrument Museum celebrates the violin, A modern Mexican restaurant, Salt Tacos y Tequila, will open a nearly 15,000 square-foot eatery at Westgate and The Sparkle Bar opens offering affordable, luxurious makeup services to Phoenicians and Arizona visitors.
Highlights from this month's edition include: College Football Playoff National Championship’s Countdown Clock debuts at America’s friendliest airport, Phoenix Escape Room opens its doors in downtown Phoenix, Musical Instrument Museum announces the return of MIMFest, Hi Fi Kitchen & Cocktails unveils a state-of-the-art new audio/ visual system, and Arizona Cardinals and Westgate Entertainment District have teamed up again this season to host a Cardinals Preflight Party at Westgate.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Phoenix boasts about hosting major sports events; New Chef at Rico's American Grill, Boulder's Resort & Spa kicks off a new name; New exhibits at the Phoenix Art Museum and MIM; CityScape offers movies and music in the park, and more!
Highlights from this month's edition include: A study completed by the Seidman Research Institute, W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, determined that Super Bowl XLIX, the 2015 Pro Bowl and related events produced a gross economic impact of $719.4 million in the region; Marriott announces two brands coming to downtown Phoenix in 2016; Enjoy a Saturday brunch on Roosevelt Lake as part of Desert Splash Adventures Roosevelt Lake Island Brunch series; The Duce gains national attention to the Phoenix Warehouse District; The Forbes Four-Star Centre for Well-Being at The Phoenician is offering refreshing summer savings on its spa menu; and Enjoy summer golf specials at Lookout Mountain Golf Club.
Highlights from this month's edition include: The modernization of Terminal 3 continues at Phoenix Sky Harbor; Hotel 502 has achieved a TripAdvisor 2015 Certificate of Excellence; Just opened is the Sheraton Mesa Hotel which offers 180 elegantly appointed modern rooms; Tickets are now on sale for the Musical Instrument Museum’s Summer Concert Series; DownEast, a high-style, low-price retailer, recently opened DownEast Home & Clothing store in the Tramonto Marketplace; The crew behind Crudo is bringing Okra to Seventh Street; and the Arizona Diamondbacks announced details for their annual #DbacksSocial Media Night.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Fiesta Bowl Chairman of the Board Matt Winter has announced that the Cactus Bowl will be returning to Chase Field in Phoenix; Sun Country and Spirit Airlines have relocated from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 as part of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport's Terminal Modernization Program; Valley hotels and resorts are now offering their summer specials; a new concert venue, The Valley Bar, is set to open this month in downtown Phoenix; Phoenix Public Market has announced they will change their Open Air Market concept from their weekly Wednesday farmers market to "Downtown Sundown" each Thursday; and the Arizona Diamondbacks set a new attendance record for Spring Training at Salt River Fields this year.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport has been ranked as the 9th busiest airport in the nation and is also starting construction on Terminal 3 to create a world-class traveling experience for visitors; Chef Silvana Salcido Esparza's Barrio Café represents the vibrant culture of Phoenix; the Valley's resorts have released their summer specials; DeSoto Central Market, a new food anc socialization concept, will open April 11 in downtown Phoenix; VH Spa at Hotel Valley Ho and The Spa at Talking Stick Resort both have a whole week of specials in April; and Phoenix has been named a top 10 city for Sports Travel.
Highlights from this month's edition include: Phoenix-based Mesa Airlines Inc. will now fly seven new planes for American Airlines; Cactus League Spring Training is in full swing at the valley's 10 stadiums as well as at resorts around the valley offering special Spring Training packages; the month of March also means music, art and entertainment with events such as the Viva PHX Festival in downtown Phoenix, the Andy Warhol exhibit at the Phoenix Art Museum, the Hear Museum Guild Indian Fair and Market, among others; CityScape has a new tenant, Fractured Prune Doughnuts, and is hosting Channel Eight's Check, Please! Arizona Festival; and the Scottsdale Stadium gears up for the Mercedes-Benx of Scottsdale Rugby Bowl: Beauty & The Beast.
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