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Where to Find Fall Leaves in Arizona

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We all know the fall season brings the best weather in Arizona due to the much cooler temperatures contrasting from the past summer months. The fall weather calls for finally leaving the air-conditioned indoors and being able to go back outside and explore the natural beauty of sunny Arizona. Listed are the best places to explore...

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Best Hikes in Arizona

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October is the perfect time to explore Arizona’s unique landscapes. Both experienced and beginning hikers will find beautiful hidden gems as they walk through hiking trails filled with wild flowers, diverse cactus and historic caves.

Debbie Johnson, the director of the Arizona Office of Tourism, says, “I moved here from Wyoming precisely because I fell in love with Arizona's sunny winters and autumns. I love being able to go hiking year-round, even in December or January. And this time of year, when summer breaks and the mornings cool off, is...

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Get Up-Close and Personal with History at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum

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Looking for a one-of-a-kind, memorable experience? Get up-close and personal with history at the Arizona Commemorative Air Force Museum, one of Phoenix’s top-rated attractions. Learn how airplanes were used throughout the history of combat. Feel the radial engines on our Warbirds rumble as they come to life.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch Heads to Phoenix Theatre

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Award-winning rock musical, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, takes the stage at Phoenix Theatre starting this week, Sept. 20 through Nov. 12.

Described as “ground breaking, viciously funny and devastatingly heartbreaking,” Hedwig and the Angry Inch is the winner of four Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival. The modern masterpiece follows German rock star, Hedwig Robinson, and her search for stardom. Written by John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask, directed by Pasha Yamotahari and a co-production with A/C Theatre Company, the musical stars local...

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2017 Waste Management Phoenix Opens Breaks Records

 

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 It has been a few months since the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open Presented by The Ak-Chin Indian Community took place at TPC Scottsdale, and the astonishing numbers are now in. The Thunderbirds, hosts of the event, raised a record $10,147,441 for local charities through proceeds raised from the 2017 tournament! Thunderbirds Big Chief Andy Markham announced at Phoenix Children’s Hospital that this is the highest single-year charitable donation in tournament history, breaking last year’s record total of $9.3 million and the first time eclipsing $10 million in tournament history. 2017 also marks the third-consecutive...

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