The 2020 Flagstaff Festival of Science will explore “Superpowers of Science,” when it returns to Flagstaff from Sept. 18 to Sept. 27.
Author: Kyley Warren
Arizona serves as a producer for more than 75 percent of the country’s rose bushes. While most would associate vibrant rose bushes and thriving floral agriculture to someplace like California—where wildflowers are indeed abundant—the desert landscape and temperature consistency of Arizona can actually help to support a number of plants.
These days, everyone is looking for alternative approaches to health and wellness. And Gilbert’s newest boutique wellness center, Cryoshift, offers a glimpse into the future of body recovery and rejuvenation.
While the fall season is expected to look different this year, there are plenty of arts exhibitions, shows and galleries that can be enjoyed.
Whether it’s yoga studios, nature hikes or even meditation retreats, Arizona is home to a number of zen spaces and calming activities that tourists and locals alike can indulge in—and with all of the obstacles that this year has introduced, having a place to breathe and unwind is more important than ever before. Here are some of the best locally owned yoga studios in the Valley.
The Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club is a philanthropic and social club composed of up to 50 young men under the age of 40, who share a collective goal to support local Arizona nonprofit organizations through internal fundraising efforts.
Arizona has a reputation for a few things—warm weather, beautiful sunsets and surprisingly good coffee. Between the innovative drink creations, eccentric shop decor and charismatic baristas, there’s more than a few things that make Arizona a true coffee haven.
Settled along Phoenix’s restaurant row on Seventh Street is Bevvy Uptown—a swanky gastropub that boasts an extensive food and beverage menu, with everything from refined cocktails to flavorful, handcrafted meals.
Phoenix’s newest restaurant, Sushi Vibe, is a family-friendly Japanese dining option that serves fresh sushi cuisine in a sleek, modern setting.
Is Arizona the new Napa Valley? According to travelers—yes. The state has slowly garnered a reputation for being a prime destination for wineries.