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Made in PDX: A City of Makers

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Portland, Ore., is a city of makers. Long known for its craft-beer scene and free-spirited vibe, you’ll find innovators in each of its distinct neighborhoods, and more culinary options than you could experience in a lifetime. There are famous debates: Voodoo vs. Blue Star doughnuts, Salt & Straw vs. Ruby Jewel ice cream. The one thing everyone can agree on...

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Top 5 Travel Destinations of 2017

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Traveling can give you the relaxing vacation you have been wanting or refresh your mind and give you a new perspective on life. So why not try a new-to-you destination this year? Travel expert, Staci Lichterman, founder of Pop Culture Travel, a full-service travel agency located in Downtown Phoenix, has the top five travel destinations of 2017.

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Washington D.C

Washington D.C has many museums to offer the public and all...

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Weekend Wandering: National Travel & Tourism Week

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Any Phoenician knows the splendor of Sedona and the awe of Antelope Canyon. But our fair state is home to many other—and perhaps little-known—weekend travel opportunities. Just in time for National Travel & Tourism Week (May 7-13), Arizona Foothills Magazine checked in with Scott Dunn, Arizona Office of Tourism's senior director of communications, about four weekend escapes that are practically in your own backyard. Happy travels!

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A Grand Plan

It is one of the Seven Natural...

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Travel Back in Time at the 28th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival

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The storied days of kings and queens, and knights and ladies comes alive every year at the Arizona Renaissance Festival.

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Now through March 27th, the 28th Annual Arizona Renaissance Festival happens every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine. 

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Remembering Bill Tull: Artist, Sculptor, Home-Carver

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Valley interior designer Nancy Kitchell met Jo Ann and Bill Tull in the early ’70s when she was working with William Benner and Patrick Maas, founders of the acclaimed Scottsdale-based Est Est, the Valley’s oldest interior design studio, now owned by Tony Sutton, ASID.

 

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