The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce held its 2019 Sterling Awards ceremony on Nov. 15, honoring three local businesses and one area nonprofit.
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When Saba’s Western Wear closed the doors to both of its Old Town stores — as well as those in Cave Creek and Mesa — this year, it felt like a gut-punch to not only the community, but also to owners Marion and Richard Saba.
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Amerisleep began as an online retailer in 2010, but did something many retailers are actually moving away from: it created a brick-and-mortar store.
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QTbreasthealth has brought QTscan — a breast imaging technology free of radiation, compression and injection — to Scottsdale.
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Hundreds of rising real estate pros helped make the Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club’s annual charity sporting competition last month wildly successful.
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Sitting in the passenger’s side of her father’s Robinson R44 helicopter, parked on a helipad in the Scottsdale Airpark, 10-year-old Avery Clifton has her air in a ponytail, hidden under a bulky, black headset.
Tucked away on the corner of 90th Street and Via Linda, what was once a Brunswick Zone has been fully transformed into a more modern, “whimsical” and “hipster-inspired” bowling concept called Bowlero.
A Scottsdale start-up is turning heads with its solar-powered panels that can literally produce pure water out of thin air.
Huzzah! The Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is well on its way to completing construction on the 80,000-square-foot, 11th century-style castle.
Already a longtime destination for craft beer lovers in the Valley, O.H.S.O. is now a hotspot for those that prefer a stiffer drink.
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