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Junk Bonds
Two Valley moms capitalize on the retro craze with Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market. Like a good thrift-store score, Lindsey Holt and Coley Arnold’s business was pure serendipity. The two met in...
Tamarind Margarita
Since it was first introduced to the New World in the 1500s, tamarind has been a staple of Mexican cuisine, from chipotle sauces to the sweet-and-sour candies popular at corner mercados. While the ...
Ensaladas Days
Take the fat out of your fiesta with these south-of-the-border salads. Joyride Taco House5202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-274-8226; 302 N. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, 480-632-8226, joyridetacohouse.comEat...
Virtù Honest Craft
The more things change, the more things stay irresistible at Gio Osso’s ever-evolving fusion bistro. When Esquire magazine names your Mediterranean-fusion bistro one of America’s best new rest...
Stufrageous
Liquor store owner’s fast-casual burger joint crams flavor into every meaty bite. Stuffed meat is hit-or-miss. Do it wrong and you have oily processed cheese greasing up flank steak so tough it ...
Mural Image
The recent destruction of Downtown murals, including two early Ted DeGrazia pieces, has local art advocates feeling pinched by “progress.” At Art Detour the first weekend in March, thousands o...
Squeezed Flat
The San Carlos Apache Nation and Sierra Club seek to pull the plug on a high-profile copper mine at Oak Flat. On the road to Globe, just east of Superior, the asphalt of U.S. Route 60 squeezes bet...
Zarco Guerrero
MASK MAKER AND SCULPTOR Zarco Guerrero is the perennial answer to, “Who is that masked man?” For more than 40 years, the Mesa native has captivated art lovers with his dramatic, ethnographical...
  • Tamarind Margarita

    PHM0515 Flash TamarindSince it was first introduced to the New World in the 1500s, tamarind has been a staple of Mexican cuisine, from chipotle sauces to the sweet-and-sour candies popular at corner mercados. While the tree’s bean-like fruits are edible when ripe, the sour pulp inside tamarind pods is the… Read More +

  • Wine, Oh!

    Set your grape expectations high with cut-rate Cabernet and reduced Riesling at these three upscale vino bars.

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  • Ensaladas Days

    PHM0515 Flash EnseladasTake the fat out of your fiesta with these south-of-the-border salads.

    Joyride Taco House
    5202 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602-274-8226;
    302 N. Gilbert Rd., Gilbert, 480-632-8226, joyridetacohouse.com
    Eat your way through our salute to Mexican cuisine (page 84), and somewhere near the halfway point – after… Read More +

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  • Zarco Guerrero

    PHM0515 Flash ZarcoMASK MAKER AND SCULPTOR

    Zarco Guerrero is the perennial answer to, “Who is that masked man?” For more than 40 years, the Mesa native has captivated art lovers with his dramatic, ethnographical masks. Shaping wood and fiberglass into striking… Read More +

  • Amy Van Dyken

    PHM0415 FlashAmyAmy Van Dyken Olympic Swimmer & Survivor

    Scottsdale resident Amy Van Dyken won four gold medals in swimming at the 1996 Olympics, including… Read More +

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  • 2013 Best New Restaurants

    It was a banner year for the Valley dining scene – such an abundance of great new restaurants, in fact, that PHOENIX magazine was forced to cut several worthy candidates from our final roster. It was agonizing, but we… Read More +

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  • 2012 Best New Restaurants

    Our annual guide to the Valley's newest crop of culinary keepers.

    Astor House
    2243 N. 12th St., Phoenix
    602-687-9775, astorinphx.com
    Opened: April 2012
    Cuisine: American
    Price: $
    Hours: 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Tu-Sa, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Su;… Read More +

  • 7 Wives Saison

    These days, beer is increasingly nudging wine aside as the preferred food-pairing potation. So it’s fitting that Scottsdale-based Sonoran Brewing Company is teaming up with four Valley chefs to brew small batch beers (1,000 bottles or less) made with local… Read More +

  • Cuoco Pazzo

    Chef Peter DeRuvo and Mario Rana Jr.’s seasonal Roman-style dishes bring fresh flair to Old Town Scottsdale.

    Have you ever known a couple that seems to have nothing in common, and you wonder how they ever got together?… Read More +

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  • The Boutique Beaches of San Diego

    No use denying it: PHOENIX magazine is in the bag for San Diego. You could set your seasonal clock to our annual San Diego-themed headlines: “San Diego: A Paradise for Tourists,” “Swimsuits… Read More +

  • 52 Weekend Adventures -2012

    From historic hollows and Hummer half-pipes to dapper dude ranches and to-die-for drives, we’re serving up a bountiful birthday helping of 52 weekend adventures to help you christen Arizona’s second century of statehood. Plus: New… Read More +

  • The Arizona Trail

    Celebrate the completion of the state-long Arizona National Scenic Trail with these highlight hikes.Finally, outdoor lovers have a boots-on-the-ground way to experience our state’s mesmerizing diversity, border-to-border. Just in time for Arizona’s Centennial, the state-traversing Arizona Trail has debuted… Read More +

  • Great Arizona Campsites and Cabins

    From cowboy-chic cabins and high-altitude campsites to recreation-rich mountain retreats and old fire guard stations, we've mined the Copper State for gems of nature loving lodging.

    Lodging under the stars in Arizona's high country forests doesn't have to mean schlepping… Read More +

  • New Mexico Skiing

    Santa Fe and Taos are famous for their arts scenes, but the surrounding slopes make a scenic ski escape for bunny-slopers to black-diamond daredevils.
    It starts with a soft chant somewhere up on the dark, snow-covered ski slope. “TOOORCH-light….… Read More +

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  • Hells Angels Shootout

    After a fierce shootout last year in Chino Valley between members of the Hells Angels and rival bikers the Vagos, it seems a turf battle is brewing. Could Phoenix be a future battleground?


    It was a peaceful Saturday morning… Read More +

  • A Fungus Among Us

    A rare, fungus-spawned disease that mimics cancer thrives in Arizona. Just another weird local bug.
    It’s a medical mystery worthy of a House season cliffhanger: A treatable infection that strikes few and far between, with a mere 44 known… Read More +

  • A Heady Brew

    When brain cancer attacked his craft-brew-loving wife, Louis Dolgoff devised a charity just for her.

    On August 29, 2009, Laurie Dolgoff was near the end of a long, agonizing journey. The cancer in her brain – a glioblastoma multiforme, the most… Read More +

  • Raiders of the Lost Art

    The majority of Arizona’s museum collections reside in storage. What argosies of art and artifact are concealed in their basements?


    There’s a painting hanging in the basement of the Arizona Historical Society Museum in Tucson. It alone adorns a… Read More +

  • 100 Years and Counting

    On the cusp of Arizona’s Centennial, a Phoenix woman is working to end age discrimination by celebrating Arizonans over age 100.
    Just before Doris Krapell’s family moved to Arizona from chilly 
    Washington, her father told her she could run… Read More +

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