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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. 

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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. 

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix


School’s in session but the fun doesn’t have to end. Between helicopter rides, pop-up water parks, yoga classes and music concerts, this weekend in the Valley is sure to keep you busy. Here is what’s going on and where you need to be (August 10 to August 12).


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Kat Edmonson at the Musical Instrument Museum

Critically acclaimed vocalist and songwriter, Kat Edmonson, has played...


Q & A with the Entertainment King, Terry Fator


EDIT: Due to flooding at the venue. Terry Fator's show has been canceled. Refunds are all handled at the customer’s original point of purchase.

His 2007 debut on “America’s Got Talent” won over the judges and left us in awe with his celebrity impressions, humor and unique talent of being a ventriloquist. We sat down with Terry Fator to learn about him, where he’s been and his journey to performing for thousands all over the world. This Q & A can’t communicate how much he laughed, his wit (and sarcastic humor) or the excitement he has for this chapter in his life. Fator is coming...


Vacation Rental Renaissance Leads to Big Win for Scottsdale Company

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Born over a burrito during the dawn of a new age for the vacation rental industry, Book My Vacay rode a cultural and technological renaissance to become an entrepreneurial success story that defines an industry. This is its story.

Book My Vacay co-founders and Arizona State University alums Elizabeth Shapiro and Michael Pedenko (pictured, above) were catching up over lunch in 2013, when inspiration struck for a new business. Just five years later, the partners would cash in on that lunch idea to go to work for the...

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