Scottsdale welcomes one more yoga studio this fall — and it offers anything but your average, big-box-gym yoga class.
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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.
A new free online platform is giving Valley house hunters the chance to see times and dates for all open houses in any ZIP code and connect the potential buyer with the agent handling the event or the one who listed the house.
Self-pour taps aren’t a new concept in the Valley — zpizza Tap Room began offering a selection of 16 craft beers and ciders and four types of wine on tap in 2015.
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.
An 18,000-square-foot play area comfortably crowded with inflatables and plenty of other playground obstacles sounds like a child’s dream indoor park.
QTbreasthealth has brought QTscan — a breast imaging technology free of radiation, compression and injection — to Scottsdale.
In the last 10 years, incidents of skin cancer have gone up by more than 50 percent nationwide – which means Dr. James Kelly is a pretty busy physician.
Breakfast is getting more expensive — a lot more expensive.
On May 30, Sip Coffee and Beer House took to Facebook to announce the closing of its third location, Sip Coffee and Beer Kitchen on Shea Boulevard.
Despite working out and eating right, some still struggle with those notorious spots where stubborn fat makes its comfy home.
In case you need incentives beyond cool weather and majestic views to fly or drive to Mt. Hood Territory in northwestern Oregon, tourism officials there have a suggestion: Head over to Scottsdale Fashion Square June 24-30.
Following the expansion of Creamistry into the West Valley for the first time this spring, Arizona Creamistry franchisees Andre Wadsworth and Ryan Zeleznak have launched a new venture called N7 Delivery.
Sterling K. Brown is dressed in an all-black suit and smiles widely when he is approached in IWC Schaffhausen, as he visited to launch the Spitfire Collection in Scottsdale Fashion Square.
Charles Messow is passionate about two things: helping people find love and supporting dog shelters.
Every piece of furniture, home accessory and art in a home has a story, according to Piece & Story owners in Old Town Scottsdale.
A Scottsdale laboratory has received a federal Food and Drug Administration review board approval for regenerative therapies.
Music, coffee and charity: These are the ingredients that make Shug’s Coffee Cart so successful.
Arizona Restaurant Week has finally arrived.
Scottsdale interior designer Britany Simon had her job cut out for her in Bravo’s new Best Room Wins TV show.
Hundreds of rising real estate pros helped make the Scottsdale Active 20-30 Club’s annual charity sporting competition last month wildly successful.
The heads of Scottsdale’s most famous real estate families received a special honor at an awards ceremony that saluted some of the most productive Realtors and teams in the city April 18.
What began as a love for hiking has turned into a profitable business for southern Scottsdale residents Dave and Kim McClintic.
In 2017, Heidi Zebro, director of sales acquisitions for On Q Financial Inc., had an idea.
Kevin Johnson has been active his whole life and began distance running at 4, so he was not expecting to have a heart attack at 51.
A Scottsdale company that specializes in training people to “champion products” has acquired a data science education company and renamed itself.
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.
An internationally known East Valley racing school owned by a Paradise Valley couple may be heading for a final ride.
Caesars makes 10.
What started out as friends throwing axes at a target in Matt Wilson’s backyard in Toronto, Canada, to kill time has turned into a national sensation – and now Scottsdale is joining in on the axe-hurling fun.
When Lee Gerdes founded Scottsdale-based Cereset and developed new technology that balances your brain via brain-initiated sound, it wasn’t because he wanted to.
When Amy Ross decided to open up a Drybar franchise at Scottsdale Quarter eight years ago, the venture was not a guaranteed success.
Don’t call me lucky. Call me a badass.”
Step inside the Linen Tree and it’s difficult not to feel warm and cozy inside the shop – piled high with high-quality, plush linens and luxurious home décor.
Caked with cotija cheese, drizzled with aioli and sprinkled with herbs, the elote appetizer is a work of art, exploding with color and flavor.
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.
Scottsdale-based ATOM is trying to bring hotels into the 21st century using a new device called Cirq+.
At Unicorn Cupcake Boutique, the baked goods are obviously the star of the show, but they are hardly the only attraction that has made the outlet a hotspot for both kids and adults in Scottsdale.
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.
Head-to-toe pampering, couples’ massages, facial treatments – all services one would expect to find at a luxury resort’s spa, including the Phoenician Spa.
Scottsdale leaders last week celebrated the opening of internationally renowned industrial drone company manufacturer Airobotics’ North American headquarters here – which may ultimately become its global base of operations.
As tech companies, financial services firms and other industries increasingly displace the cash crops of the past, the old five Cs – cotton, climate, cattle, copper, citrus – are experiencing increased competition for dominance in the state’s economy.
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.
Saager Buch made his way to groups sitting on the lawns of Cactus League ballparks. One by one, he rattled off about 20 questions to capture information about how much they spent on their hotel, where they came from and the length of their stay.
The commercial office market is strong in Scottsdale, buoyed by heavy interest from tech companies in the city’s downtown.
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