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Q&A: Poet Cleo Wade on Self-Love, Community and Promoting Progress Through Art

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Cleo Wade is certainly an artistic force to be reckoned with. Wade, who is a poet, activist, avid lover of people and yes, was once dubbed, “The Millennial Oprah,” by New York Magazine, has found fame through her absorbable poetry and engaging spirit. Her Instagram-famous mantras encourage everything from self-care to policy changes, with each one...

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix

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Photo courtesy of the Balloon Spooktacular official website.

As we prepare to bid adieu to the charm and magic of October, we must first salute the final weekend of the month in style—as only it deserves. With dozens of Halloween-centric events, festivals and yes, even the beloved Balloon Spooktacular slated to sweep the Valley this weekend (Oct. 26 through Oct. 28), you’ll have every opportunity to bask in the final moments of the spooky season.

 

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The Ultimate Guide to Christmas in Arizona

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Santa Suite VIP Experience at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

Welcome to the hap-happiest season of all! From epic light shows to towering Christmas trees to ice skating smackdab in the desert, these festive Valley events will have you feeling all sorts of merry and bright.

 

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Christmas at the Princess (pictured)

Kicking off Nov. 20 with its beloved public tree lighting is the annual holiday celebration of Christmas at the Princess. Through New...

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The Luxe List

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Champagne, caviar and carats, oh my. From gold-infused facials to wallet-busting bubbly, the Valley has some serious swank going on.

 

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Stone Cold: The Four Peaks Mining Company carries the largest collection of Arizona amethyst. In fact, the Scottsdale shop houses the incredible 80-carat Four Peaks amethyst center stone, one of the top five largest stones the mine has yielded to date. 

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix

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Whether it’s strolling the charming Chandler Art Walk, singing along to the beloved score of The Nightmare Before Christmas at Phoenix Symphony or celebrating our state’s great diversity at the Rainbow Festival, there’s an event for everyone to enjoy this weekend (Oct. 19 to Oct. 21).

 

 

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