From a mobile mini bar unveiling to the landing of adults-only ice pops in Arizona, check out these three local alcohol launches, just in time for summertime entertaining and poolside lazing.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Chandler-based nail care company, Dazzle Dry, has teamed up this Earth Day with the GSN Foundation to kick off the “Promise To The Planet” social media campaign. In an effort to draw attention to climate change, the campaign asks followers to paint their nails green and blue, snapping and sharing across social media with the hashtag #promisetotheplanet.
Go for the laser tag, bowling and arcade games; stay for the hearth-oven pizzas and creative cocktails. Scottsdale’s Mavrix is a local favorite for first-class family entertainment while its Trophy Room Grill and Patio scores points for its top-notch menu of burgers, pizzas, salads and more.
Proving that even a parking garage can be a thing of beauty, Arizona State University’s Packard Drive Structure transforms into a one-of-a-kind event celebrating innovation in art, design and production–designspace: a new drive-thru sensory experience–from April 9 to April 25.
Cannon Beach, a 37-acre surf, shop, gym and multi-use development project, has broken ground in Mesa. The first attractions of the fun-time oasis, from Cannon Beach Developers, are slated to open in May 2022.
With new menu items and a reinvigorated design, Chef Scott Conant and SC Culinary will reopen Mora Italian in Phoenix on April 9. Mora Italian will be open Wednesday through Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. and offer daily happy hour exclusively at the bar from 4 to 6 p.m.
The springtime weather in Arizona is nothing short of glorious, marking the perfect time for even hiking beginners to hit the trails. Here, local experts recommend novice-friendly trails, pre- and post-hike stretches and safety tips for hiking with dogs.
Who couldn’t use a little more positivity in their day? Courtney Larsen of Phoenix’s Spindles Design Co. is bringing fun photo opps and smiles to faces at Tempe Marketplace and Desert Ridge Marketplace via one-of-a-kind interactive chalk walls.
Upon the news that COVID-19 vaccines are now available to all adults in Maricopa County, Kitchen United MIX, the new 15-restaurant hub in Scottsdale, is celebrating with a can’t-miss discount.
Spring has sprung and that can only mean one thing: Easter–along with its beautiful brunches, egg hunts and one and only Bunny–is on the horizon. Here are 20-plus ways to celebrate the Easter holiday in the Valley.