Mike Poe, general manager of Peoria’s Quintero Golf Club, gives insight on how to improve your golf game in 2021.
See & Do
The best to see and do in Arizona.
While Arizona isn’t regarded as a destination for book lovers, these local book shops make the argument that it probably should be. Here are some of Arizona’s best local bookstores.
Shalee Crudo, Master Flexologist at StretchLab (which has locations in Arcadia, Scottsdale Gainey and North Scottsdale, with its fourth location slated to open at Desert Ridge in February) discusses the importance of stretching and why it should be a priority in 2021.
Scottsdale-based SPG Virtual Care is a team of board-certified medical professionals and medical technicians who believe you and your family deserve the care you need–including its Covid Concierge Program–within the comfort and safety of your own home.
Waste Management Phoenix Open returns Feb. 1 to Feb. 7 to TPC Scottsdale, hosting a limited number of fans–safely, socially distanced and masked up–for the 2021 tourney.
Arizona Science Center will once again bring winter to Phoenix with its adored Snow Week, taking place Dec. 26 to Jan. 1.
As they say, the show must go on. And that is exactly why Zoppé: An Italian Family Circus is back in Arizona and introducing its Multimedia Drive-In Show starting Dec. 26 via nightly shows and daily matinees.
After launching its first GeoTour more than a year ago, Visit Mesa has officially debuted the second tour with the help of Geocaching HQ. The Geotrail offers fun, family-friendly socially distant activities with stops along the way on the new Fresh Foodie Trail.
While Arizona doesn’t exactly have a reputation for conventional Christmas staples, the state does boast a number of charming cities and towns that transform their main streets into holiday wonderland’s come winter.
Do you have a resolution to pursue painting or be a better cook in the new year? Kick off 2021 with these can’t-miss Valley classes that promise a good (and safe!) time alongside new skills.