We’re waiting on that chill in the air to break out the sweaters and boots, but fortunately AJ’s Fine Foods is stocked with both sweet and savory pumpkin goodies to get us in the mood for fall. Here are our seven favorite For the Love of… ® Pumpkin eats and drinks for any time of the day.
In honor of Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, Arizona breweries will tap a special beer on Sept. 16, with a portion of the brew’s sales going to suicide prevention organizations.
Combining art and architecture inspired by nature, Dale Chihuly will be returning to the Sonoran Desert to showcase his latest exhibit, Chihuly in the Desert, at Desert Botanical Garden and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West from Dec. 3, 2021 through June 19, 2022. Tickets to attend will be on sale starting Oct. 4.
Thirty years ago, Sam and Debbi Habbel took a leap of faith and launched a scenting business out of their garage. Fast-forward to 2021, the Habbels are known as pioneers in scent marketing and their brand, Phoenicia Essence, is now one of the top scent marketing businesses in the nation.
More than 120 wineries and tasting rooms can be found throughout the state, many of which are crafting award-winning reds, whites and rosés in picture-perfect settings. Here are 11 Arizona wineries and tasting rooms for making a day of sipping, savoring and swirling this fall.
Known as a staple neighborhood joint in Arcadia, LGO’s Ingo’s Tasty Food’s second location is now open and has brought its new American-style plates and relaxed atmosphere to Downtown Phoenix’s Block 23.
Mere days before the official first day of fall, Pumpkin Fest (formerly Pumpkin Nights) is back at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess to offer families festive evenings of rides, pumpkin picking, seasonal eats and much more. Pumpkin Fest takes place Sept. 16 through Halloween.
Kayla Newnam is a Phoenix-based mural artist. After kicking off a mural tour locally at Desert Ridge Marketplace this summer, Newnam strives to paint a mural in each state for the next three years.
Settled within the heart of Phoenix is 36 Below—a modern speakeasy that seamlessly blends the mysterious aesthetic of an underground martini bar with that of a more ethereal, above-ground space. Complete with mushroom cocktails, earthy decor tones and a hypnotizing checkered floor, the hangout feels less like a bar and more like a portal into the adult world of Alice in Wonderland.
Arizonans rejoice—legal sports betting is finally live here in the Valley, and bettors and sports aficionados alike can get in on the fun of the activity thanks to Caesars Entertainment Inc. and actor JB Smoove.