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No Rest for the Fest

No Rest for the Fest

Hipster foodie culture and social media are challenging the grand old Scottsdale Culinary Festival, but the small Airpark-based group in charge is determined to keep it the premiere food event in Arizona. By Jimmy Magahern Every year, the Scottsdale Culinary Festival glides [...]

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A Sip and a Swing

A Sip and a Swing

Topgolf has transformed the featureless golf driving range into a thrilling, colorful experience By Grace Miller • Photo by Michael Baxter, Baxter Imaging You take a bite out of a crunchy chicken and waffle slider and wash it down with a Mexi-Gin [...]

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Live Work Play

Live Work Play

SOHO Scottsdale to Bring an Urban Vibe to the Bell Road Corridor By Leslie Tweeton Luxury real estate developer Irene Clary and renowned architect Bing Hu will soon break ground on their fourth collaboration: SOHO Scottsdale, an urban live-work-play community just east [...]

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REMEMBER WHEN

REMEMBER WHEN

Spring Training Celebrates Historic Ties to San Francisco's Bay Area By Joan Fudala If you think our ties to the “City by the Bay” began with the San Francisco Giants training here in 1982, you might be surprised to learn our links [...]

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Sustainable Luxury

Sustainable Luxury

By Jimmy Magahern Custom Homebuilder Jerry Meek Embraces Eco-Friendly Construction and His Company Is Reaping Green Jerry Meek calls his lavish, custom-built, luxury homes “personal resorts,” and there’s no better example of that lofty concept than the 25,000-square-foot mansion his company, Desert [...]

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