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Nonprofit of the Year: Lerner & Rowe Gives Back


AZFoothills.com is proud to announce Lerner & Rowe Gives Back as the winner of the second-annual Nonprofit of the Year competition. Nearly 250 Valley organizations vied for the winning title...


Four Peaks Mining Co. at OdySea in the Desert

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We may be a few months away from the holiday-shopping season, but OdySea in the Desert in Scottsdale has welcomed a fantastic new shop that you'll want to put on your list: Four Peaks Mining Co. 

The store features hand-crafted and unique jewelry made from gemstones mined around the world, like Indian Moonstones, topaz from Brazil, larimar from the Dominican Republic and so much more. Four Peaks Mining Co.'s signature gemstone, the Four...


10 Things to do This Weekend in Phoenix: Family Edition

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From the debut of "Newsies" at one of our favorite family-friendly theaters to a fest that's about to bring the mess (in the best way), here is where to be this weekend of August 17-19.




 “Newsies” by Valley Youth Theatre

As the first show of their 30th season, Valley Youth Theatre presents the musical, Newsies, now through August 26, on Center Stage at the Herberger Theater Center. Tickets for Newsies range from $16.50 to...


Falling Hard: Where to See Fall Colors in Arizona

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Arizona’s got the cacti covered. But various spots throughout the state also give leaf-seekers the chance to spy the changing colors of fall. “Arizona is magnificent in the fall. There are areas of the state—such as Flagstaff, the White Mountains and the Catalinas—where the autumn color show rivals any place in America,” says Director of the Arizona Office of Tourism, Debbie Johnson. So bundle up and buckle up this fall as you hit the road for these remarkable sights of the season. 

 Southern Arizona:

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