Tarek El Moussa, a self-made real estate investor known as the host on HGTV’s “Flip or Flop” and “Flipping 101,” has developed a new personal brand that can benefit Arizonans who are looking to buy or sell a home or local agents seeking to partner with the growing empire, EXP Realty.
Author: Kenzie Barrena
After a trying year, Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson is giving family and friends a reason to take a staycation, and pay it forward this summer for a good cause.
With its grand opening slated in Fall 2021, Etta, a new neighborhood-style restaurant led by two-time Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant, is coming to Scottsdale Quarter with its soon-to-be-famous wood-fired dishes.
For many Arizonans, the travel between Phoenix and Tucson is often met with challenges. Falcon Line, a new Scottsdale business, is helping travelers make the journey in a cost-effective, eco-friendly, Tesla-esque style.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation has launched a lineup of new home décor and lifestyle products that have been carefully curated by local and international artisans. The new products, exclusively sold only at Frank Lloyd Wright Store, are a part of a continued effort to preserve the esteemed architect’s legacy and propel his concepts into today’s homes.
After its development was put on hold last spring, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown, Arizona’s largest hotel with 1,003 rooms, has reopened its doors and is ready to welcome guests inside.
Cold Beers & Pizza, a spinoff of its popular sister restaurant Cold Beers & Cheeseburgers, opened its doors in Scottsdale in December. The casual spot brings Old Town the perfect neighborhood pizza joint and local hangout.
Skyler Reeves of Vivili Hospitality Group is taking over the restaurant scene in Prescott with three new concepts opening within this past year. The hospitality group is the largest restaurant group in Prescott, with Reeves offering five new concepts across the town
Offering delicious meals that are prepared and delivered to your doorstep daily, locally owned Sunfare makes eating healthy a breeze.
In honor of Old Town Scottsdale’s distinctive history and heritage, Western Week has returned, running from Saturday, April 10, through Sunday, April 18. Visitors who attend Western Week can expect to experience and learn how the town has evolved over 130 years with educational activities and entertainment surrounding its wild west past and Native American influences.