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.
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A Scottsdale start-up is turning heads with its solar-powered panels that can literally produce pure water out of thin air.
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The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce held its 33rd annual Sterling Awards ceremony on Nov. 16 to honor local organizations that have benefited Scottsdale both through their services and their other contributions to the community.
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In his continued push to make Arizona a preeminent destination for autonomous vehicle companies and technology, Gov. Doug Ducey was in Scottsdale last week to announce the establishment of the Institute for Automated Mobility.
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Studio B Smiles is now offering virtual smile consultations. The family and cosmetic dentistry office, which was founded in Scottsdale by Dr. John Badolato, offers the complimentary service on the homepage of its website, studiobsmiles.com.
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