Through the end of the year, Gilbert-based camouflage tattoo artist Jayd Hernandez is gifting her talents to breast cancer survivors via free temporary areola tattoos and touch-up sessions.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Uptown Phoenix foodies are in for a treat. Valley-based Common Ground Culinary (its portfolio includes the likes of Grassroots Kitchen & Tap, Twisted Grove Parlor + Bar and The Macintosh) will open two brand-new dining destinations in The Colony this October.
Come Fall 2021, Landmark Theatres will open at Scottsdale Quarter in the space formerly occupied by iPic. It will be an eight-screen venue and the brand’s first in the local market.
Are you ready for some…fantasy football? Sheraton Phoenix Downtown celebrates the start of the season with its Fantasy Draft Packages and the opportunity for sports fans to host a draft party in the hotel’s Studios for free, now through Sept. 30.
abletics celebrates its grand opening at Scottsdale Quarter on August 21. The first 100 customers will receive a free pair of women’s leggings or men’s shorts, while all customers can enjoy 30 percent off their purchase.
As the saying goes, not all heroes wear capes. That is especially true for teachers. Especially during an unprecedented year of virtual and hybrid learning, these Arizona educators are standouts when it comes to ensuring that their students have the brightest futures possible.
Throughout the month of August, Daily Jam celebrates its 10th anniversary with limited-time offerings, freebies, giveaways and more. The Tempe eatery specializes in locally sourced, made-from-scratch breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes.
Why do cocktails taste better when sipped from a cool rooftop? At Phoenix’s Don Woods’ Say When, which is perched atop Rise Uptown, revelers can sip classic and creative cocktails and enjoy elevated bar bites, all while taking in 270-degree panoramas.
If you’re planning a wine-tasting tour through Arizona this fall, Anthem has a fresh addition to add to the list: L’Entrata. The new North Valley wine bar is scheduled to open early this fall, and its Web site is now up and running for purchasing fine wine from around the globe.
National S’mores Day is August 10, and there is no better way to celebrate than by digging into a not-so-traditional take on this campfire creation. Here are five Valley spots to check out.