Sunday, December 21, 2014


Outdoor Wi-Fi

Ten Great Patio Wi-Fi Spots in the Valley

JoBot Coffee Shop
918 N. Fifth St.
Phoenix, 602-228-7373
A popular spot in the downtown Phoenix arts community, JoBot is known for its savory crepes, eye-peeling espressos, and patio populated with social media addicts and hipster workaholics on laptops.  A canopy offers shade and a misting system provides relief from the heat.

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¶lim¶Get Outside!

Our splendid spring weather is a wastin’. So lose the laptop, smear on the sunblock, find your flip-flops and...


Stand-Up Paddle Boarding
Chad Brockman has been riding waves for 50 years. And while Arizona’s manmade-lake scene can’t quite compare to the tides

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Willo District

Patent place: Willo was founded by J.P. Holcomb, who used a Homestead Patent to purchase the southern portion in 1878 and a Timber Culture Land Patent to acquire the northern portion in 1886.

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AZ 100 Planner

Celebrate Arizona’s 100th birthday with these Centennial-appropriate activities.

Walk Washington
Re-create Arizona’s 1912 statehood celebration parade with a stroll along Centennial Way, the mile-long stretch of Washington Street (from Seventh to 19th Avenues) that’s become the metaphorical ribbon on Arizona’s birthday cake, with displays honoring the state’s 15 counties and 22 American Indian tribes. Finish on the steps of the Arizona Capitol Museum (1700 W. Washington St., and imagine George W.P. Hunt, a handlebar-mustachioed walrus of a man, arriving for his first day of work as Arizona’s inaugural governor., 602-532-6100

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Eat Play Love

Roses and chocolates are so last season. From roasting intoxicating marshmallows high above the city to rock climbing à deux, we present 15 creative ways to woo your sweetheart this month – and year-round

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Dinner and a Movie

Eat, drink and watch movies at these five new dine-in theater concepts.

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Paper Trail

Check out these local bookstores so you can tell your grandchildren about the long-lost days when stories were printed on paper and people went into buildings to buy them.

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