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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix: Super Bowl Edition



If there was ever a weekend to party late into the night and take advantage of $4 drink specials like there’s no tomorrow, it’s definitely Super Bowl weekend. We’ve compiled some of our favorite events and viewing parties that are set to take over the Valley this weekend, Feb. 1 through Feb. 3. And for all those who aren’t geeking-out about this weekend’s football game, we’ve got some events...


10 Things To Do This Weekend in Phoenix


Brace yourself for a weekend of magic with soaring hot-air balloons, musical performances of beloved classic films and a local festival completely dedicated to the art of creating tacos. Take a look at some of the best (and tastiest) things to do around the Valley this weekend, Jan. 25 through Jan. 27.




Love Forecast By Element


To welcome in the month of Valentine's Day, Mark Pavlisin, Advisor for Keen.com, gives your love forecast by element.

Sun signs with element of Fire (Aries, Leo, Sagittarius) are generally favorably influenced this month.

  • Sagittarians and Leos are likely to have best love-meeting opportunities and existing relationship emotional bonding transformed through experimentation of an original, easy-going, friendly communication of feelings. Events and feelings focus on love candidates...

Most Eligible Phoenicians 2019

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The struggle of meeting the right person and of maintaining a stable relationship in an ever-shifting society has complicated the world of dating even more. But that doesn’t mean the pool of quality, available singles has disappeared. We’ve gathered some of the Valley’s most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes to share their stories, dream dates and some of the best advice that they’ve ever received.

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Trent Hancock

Vice president of Sales and Marketing at Camelot...


Meet the Face of Foothills 2019


After 120 days of competition, casting calls and rounds of online voting, AZFoothills.com’s ninth-annual model search concluded with four special young women receiving the designation of Face of Foothills over 500 other entrants (there was even a tie for the main title!) Here, get to know the Face of Foothills winners, and, as their dreams come true, they offer words of wisdom for other girls who have a wish for the future.

Face of Foothills: Laura Helton, 21, Peoria


Why did you decide to pursue modeling? After overcoming...

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