Last week, the U.S. named its gymnastics teams for both the men’s and women’s competitions at the Olympics, starting in just a few weeks. There are two Arizonans who will
Taco fans rejoice! The Arizona Taco Festival is coming back to Salt River Fields in Scottsdale this fall. The announcement came in early May, which gives taco lovers months to
It’s almost that time! Even though it doesn’t feel like it in the Valley, where temperatures are still consistently over 100 degrees, ski and snowboard season is right around the
Phoenix is rich in history and culture. There are so many places to go to learn and explore new things, have a new experience, or introduce friends and family to
On July 31, a group of Arizonans will march at the state capitol. The March for the Kids will be raising awareness for issues affecting minors, including sex trafficking, pedophilia,
Since July 2, parts of the Tonto National Forest are closed to the public. But don’t worry—that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the great outdoors during these hot summer mornings!
The coronavirus has impacted many people’s lives, none so those living in Phoenix, Arizona. With so many people inlock downs, parks have become a place where many can go to