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Become a “Localist” and Enjoy Exclusive Events & Deals from Local Businesses

We’re a proud member of Local First Arizona, a non-profit organization that supports local businesses to help build vibrant communities. They just started a really cool program where you can become aLocalistand get access to exclusive events plus enjoy discounts and freebies from beloved local businesses.

Special Localist experiences include person styling sessions at Frances boutique, VIP access to the Devoured Culinary Festival, and an exclusive concert and happy hour hosted by Stinkweeds. To become …

Vincent Market Bistro and Saturday Market

I wanted to find a quiet, charming restaurant where I could take a friend out for her birthday. I have dined at Vincent on Camelback but I never had the opportunity to go to Vincent Market Bistro. If you are not familiar with the quaint little restaurant, it is next to Vincent’s Restaurant on the north side of Camelback Road just west of 40th Street. When you enter through the front door, you have the feeling you are in a quaint little bistro in …

Holiday Gifts and Mid-Century Delights at Nido Vintage Furnishings

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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Explore the Downtown Scottsdale Bar Scene with Tour De Tavern

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.

Tour De TavernIt’s a fun activity for birthday parties, team building, …

See Inspired Glass Art by Dale Chihuly at the Desert Botanical Garden

It’s hard to imagine the Desert Botanical Garden being more beautiful than it naturally is, but somehow the installation of glass art designed by Dale Chihuly manages to do just that. The organic shapes of Mr. Chihuly’s glass designs juxtaposed with the desert plants is truly inspired. I experienced the glass at night when the pieces were lit, adding a glow to them. They seemed to naturally grow from the desert floor as if they have always been a part of the landscape.

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