The brick-red hued beams, the imaginative pathways and terraces, the buildings that seamlessly and ever-so-effortlessly merge nature and architecture: Frank Lloyd Wright’s work has not only had an impact on the Valley’s desert landscape and how we see it, but also on Valley residents’ lives.
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When saxophonist Everette Harp moved to North Scottsdale four years ago, he saw a lack of support for jazz musicians. So, he and longtime friend Randy Jackson are collaborating to bring the inaugural Firebird Music Festival Jazz Night to WestWorld on Sunday, Sept. 23.
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