Have you been to Nido Vintage Furnishings in Downtown Scottsdale? Pronounced like “neato”, this shop opened in August and has filled the void of vintage furnishings in the area. You can find furniture, clothing, home accessories, and gifts. Husband and wife Charity and Dino Recla opened the store after twenty years of collecting mid-century items. We stopped in to chat with Charity about her store and holiday shopping.
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We saw this strange bike contraption cruising Downtown Scottsdale and wondered…what is that thing? The Tour De Tavern is a bike that accommodates up to 15 people for a ride around Old Town Scottsdale. It takes you to bars like RnR, Dos Gringos, Old Town Tavern, and Cien Agaves, while a driver handles all the steering and braking.
Today we caught up with Marshall Shore. He was named the “2013 New Times Best Phoenix Historian” and does fun slideshows and tours of the Valley and beyond.
Marshall grew up in a farming town of 25 in Indiana. His “love affair with information” led him to get his Master’s Degree in Library Sciences. After living in New York City, Marshall moved to Phoenix 14 years ago. …
We’ve saved the best Valley Ho holiday cheer for our Insiders this year! Call Thanksgiving weekend to reserve a winter stay and save up to 40% off our published rates.
The special is valid for reservations from November 29, 2013 to January 14, 2014*, and must be booked November 29 through December 1, 2013. Book a three-night-or-more stay to unwrap a voucher for …
We heard Chef Justin Pfeilsticker talking about some of the goodies he’s growing in his home garden for fall, so we had to stop by to check things out.
Tomatoes, peppers, beets, carrots, spinach, brussels sprouts kale, corn, and squash are just a few of the things he has growing. There are dozens of kinds of veggies, fruits, and herbs.