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Seeking: Most Eligible Phoenicians 2019


Arizona Foothills Magazine seeks the Valley’s most eligible ladies and gents for its February 2019 issue. Are you or someone you know 25-plus years old, single, successful, attractive and a Valley resident? We want to know!

In the issue, AFM spotlights its sixth-annual Most Eligible Phoenicians feature—just in time for...


10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix


Oh November, we’ve missed you! From Polo Championships to PGA Tour stops to NASCAR races, this weekend will be filled with dozens of extravagant and exciting activities that the whole family can take part in. Check out our top 10 things to enjoy around the Valley this weekend (Nov. 9 through Nov. 11).





A Desert Dweller's Guide to Hygge

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The Danish concept of hygge (pronounced "hoo-ga") has made its way stateside, encouraging Americans to embrace of a lifestyle of comfort, togetherness and well-being. Basically, hygge means enjoying a cup of hot coffee fireside on a rainy day under a cozy throw blanket—and we’re all about it this holiday season. Here’s where to enjoy some local hygge and how to infuse a little more of it into your own home.


10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix


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Food connoisseurs, film aficionados and art buffs all have a reason to celebrate this weekend. And whether you’re binge-eating dozens of flavorful creations at the Roosevelt Row Pie Social, admiring the works of local artists at the annual First Friday event in Downtown Phoenix, or you’re prepared to immerse yourself in the world of modern cinema at the Scottsdale International Film Festival, there is certainly no shortage of fun things for you to do in the Valley this weekend (Nov. 2 through Nov...


Tempe Company is Challenging Mobility Obstacles and Changing Lives


While hiking and braving the rocky backroads of Arizona’s trails may be a popular pastime for many Valley residents, others have found themselves unable to enjoy the activity, along with many of the other outdoor adventures that Arizona offers. But thanks to a Tempe company, which makes electronic vehicles that can accommodate the disabled on any terrain, many people are getting to enjoy the simpler things in life for the first time.

TerrainHopper USA is an electrically powered four-wheel drive, off-road mobility vehicle. The TerrainHopper company was invented in the UK in 2010, and is now gaining a reputation in the United States for its design of sleek...

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