Mirelle Inglefield, Author at PHOENIX magazine


1. What Was Whispered, handmade linocut by Tara Sharpe $75.; 2. various prints by Randy Slack starting at $95.; 3. Skin Deep, print by Eric Cox, $50.; 4.The Hunt from the Kachina of Atonement series, Marilyn Szabo $150.; 5. porcelain rings by Patricia Sannit starting at $35.   You don’t have to be a high-falutin’ fat cat to give (or collect!) evocative, original artwork. These unique offerings by five of Arizona’s notable fine artists go for around $100 or...


These creative culinarians are cookin’ up spirited feasts and treats in all corners of the Valley.  New Wave Market – Scottsdale If you’re a child of the ‘80s, the ambient new wave music might be enough to lure you in for one of their scrumptious sammies – derived from local ingredients. Growing up in the restaurant industry, it seems like a natural progression that real-life couple Country and Sergio Velador eventually opened a restaurant together...


So you’re craving something sweet but fear the calorie-worthiness risky. Good news! Living in the Valley of the Sun positions yourself comfortably in close proximity to lots of natural, nutritious, locally-grown ingredients, which are incorporated into many delicious desserts  – giving you a solid reason to trust in upping your summer caloric intake. So smile, scream – whatever you do – dig in on these special sweet treats before summer ends! 1. Crêpe Bar Chirked...


Brought to the Arizona Humane Society by a Good Samaritan, little Maui was wandering around a Phoenix neighborhood with a hurt leg. She received knee surgery at AHS’ Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital and recovered at home with a foster. Maui is now available for adoption at AHS’ Oldtown Scottsdale PetSmart location off of Miller and Camelback.

The heat is on – speaking climate-ly and biologically. Spring brings warmer temperatures and that means an abundance of kittens and puppies being born. Due to Phoenix's nearly year-round warmth, the Valley is basically always in breeding season, which sadly means even more abandoned or feral babies.

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