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Doctor My Eyes

As an antidote to the drab waiting room norm, local physicians offer visual art alongside the art of medicine.

Heart of Glass

Famed Phoenix chef Christopher Gross carefully crafts his dream eatery high atop the Wrigley Mansion.

Unicorn Doctors

Meet the ultra-specialized specialists who take on the rarest ailments – or treat common conditions in the most uncommon of ways.

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What’s in Your Pantry? with Alex Stratta

What’s in Your Pantry? with Alex Stratta

James Beard Award-winning chef Alex Stratta let us peek inside his pantry.
Spotlight: Stephen Tilder

Spotlight: Stephen Tilder

Ballpark food is an American tradition that predates portable cameras. But Stephen Tilder, executive chef at Chase Field, makes stadium cuisine for foodies of the Instagram age.
Scoop: Change of Art

Scoop: Change of Art

The retirement of The Arizona Republic’s theater reporter leaves a voic in the Valley’s performing arts coverage.
Chandler’s Champ

Chandler’s Champ

Boxer Zora Folley fought Muhammad Ali for the heavyweight title only to later die under mysterious circumstances while serving as a Chandler city councilman.
7 Louisville Must-Douxs

7 Louisville Must-Douxs

Going to the Kentucky Derby this year, or planning a weekend spirit quest? Sprint out of the gate with this checklist.
Day Trip: Arizona Capitol

Day Trip: Arizona Capitol

Rub elbows with legislators and lobbyists at the historical area around the Arizona Capitol.

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Local Product: Aguas Frescas

Local ProductsLocal Product: Aguas Frescas

Irene Arellano started selling aguas frescas at Old Town Scottsdale’s Farmers Market’s First Friday a few years back, later recruiting Elva Covarrubias to help launch Cantaguas.
Four Corners: No Foolin’

Four Corners: No Foolin’

We swear: These new restaurants in the Valley will make for interesting April dining.
Sherpa Kitchen

Sherpa Kitchen

Say namaskar to the Valley’s one and only Nepalese restaurant.
Century Grand

Century Grand

Climb aboard a dining experience like none other in the Valley, where chef Sacha Levine’s dim sum program is almost as transportive as the ticklish Prohibition-era train motif.

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Best of the Valley 2019

Attention, ravenous Valley consumers: Your 20th Anniversary BOV feast is served!
Silver Lining

From the EditorSilver Lining

April 2020 Editor’s Note
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