In an effort to introduce the world of yoga and meditation to children (or anyone wanting to learn!), the Valley’s 12-year-old Sienna Stark founded YogieFlow.com. As young people navigate this stress-inducing time, Stark walks us through how the practice of yoga and meditation can be beneficial in their daily lives and how to go about getting started.
Author: Melissa Larsen
Uptown Phoenix’s first-ever hotel—ARRIVE Phoenix—is scheduled to open its doors near Camelback Road and 4th Avenue in September. The opening will mark the first of a two-phase plan, with the second phase slated to be complete in November.
Nothing completes a day at the pool or a backyard cookout quite like an ice-cold beer. Arizona’s greatest breweries are offering stellar beers to up your summer sipping. Here are seven of our favorites.
In Arizona, we have unique elements that might hinder a good night’s sleep each summer: extreme heat, loud monsoons, dry air. Lauri Leadley, president of Valley Sleep Center and clinical sleep educator, provides tips and tricks for catching your zzz’s this summer in the desert.
In order to set up Valley children for success in the coming school year, Southwest Human Development hosts its sixth annual Back-to-School Supply Drive while Wildflower Arizona is heading up a ClearMask donation drive for low-income schools. Here’s how you can help.
In November, Valley real estate pro Eric Weinbrenner was diagnosed with ALS. As a way to relax post-diagnosis, he turned to painting—and eventually focused on this beloved pastime as a jumping-off point for helping others in the ALS community by forming Paint For A Cure.
Staycation-seekers have something new to look forward to this fall. Canopy by Hilton Scottsdale Old Town is set to open in Old Town Scottsdale in late September, marking the area’s first new-build hotel in more than a decade.
Cheers to National Tequila Day on Friday, July 24! These three Valley restaurants are raising a glass to this lip-smackingly-good holiday.
On Thursday, July 23, Arizona Humane Society is teaming up with restaurants across the Valley to help the community’s most vulnerable animals with the Doggie Bag Dine Out program. Simply order your favorite meal for takeout at one of the participating restaurants on July 23 and a portion of your check will help Arizona Humane Society provide food, shelter and lifesaving medical care to pets in need.
Through mid-September, Scottsdale Quarter invites locals to its Summer Sweat Series. This lineup of free workout and wellness classes will be held every Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday, with some fun extras, to boot.