Sara Edwards, Author at PHOENIX magazine

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Old Bisbee Ghost Tour: Paranormal Experience Tour What’s a historical small town without a few ghost stories? The Old Bisbee Ghost Tour’s newest experience allows visitors to explore some of Bisbee’s oldest haunted hot spots with ghost tracking equipment in hand. oldbisbeeghosttour.com Object Limited Known for its vintage shops in NYC , the Object Limited’s Bisbee hotel has rooms beautifully decorated with antique furniture. After staying the night, venture downstairs to the shop to find...

What’s harder than trying to find a place to eat? Trying to find a place everyone will enjoy. Three Arizona State University students are developing an app that narrows restaurant options by preferences and diets, like gluten-free or vegan. Munch Hunt will allow groups to search for the perfect place to eat. The app is still in development but is set to be released this fall.

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Lots of artists work from home, but not everyone can let their creative juices flow in a garage or a spare room. In the heart of Old Town Scottsdale, The Creative Center of Scottsdale leases monthly loft space for artists who need a place of their own. Painters, sculptors, photographers and more can rent space to create and foster community with other artists. WiFi, a kitchenette and drying racks are provided, as well as lockers...

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Chad Nikkel travels internationally three times a year, and he always makes sure to stay away from the common tourist itinerary and immerse himself in the local culture. “I’m anti-touristy,” says the Aquaman Pools founder. “It’s OK to see the palace or whatever, but I like the local feel.” His recent trip was to the seaside town of Cascais, Portugal, famed for its historical Cidadela de Cascais fort and picturesque marina. Nazaré As the owner...

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The downy texture of a teddy bear and bright colors bring painter Michael Lambard’s art to life. He also has a taste for retro cartoons like Speed Racer and Felix the Cat, which pop off the canvas with pristine outlines to bring it home. “I’ve always been fond of really bright colors,” Lambard says. “Cartoons always seem to bring people back to their childhoods.” In his teens, Lambard and his brother would wander around South...

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The Arizona Game and Fish Department is raising a glass with Mother Road Brewing Company for their extended collaboration to conserve and protect Arizona wildlife and habitats. Mother Road Brewing Company was founded by the Marquess family in 2011 when they opened their first brewery in Flagstaff, Arizona. For every can of Kolsch Conserve and Protect Ale, a percentage of proceeds will be donated to the department.  The Arizona Game and Fish Department gets most...

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