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You might not be able to afford a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home, but you can buy a throw blanket or Christmas tree ornament emblazoned with the legendary architect’s designs. “Earlier this year, the [Frank Lloyd Wright] Foundation expanded its offering of high-quality, timeless lifestyle and home décor products in an effort to preserve and protect Wright’s legacy and bring his work into today’s contemporary homes,” says public relations coordinator Savannah Haas. Frank Lloyd Wright Store...

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Nick Menninger isn’t from Arizona – his dad’s from Colorado, his mom’s from Fiji and he grew up in Southeast Asia. But when he moved to Flagstaff 18 years ago, he fell hard – both for the state and one of its native daughters. “I am in love with Arizona,” he says. “I even married a native Arizonan from Globe.” That love for the Grand Canyon State and its natural scenery – specifically hiking and...

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Fast fashion and Amazon Prime are dominating the shopping world, but that doesn’t mean that the era of brick-and-mortar is over – at least, not in Scottsdale. The Merchantile, an indoor boutique marketplace currently under construction, plans to host a mish-mash of local businesses under one roof. Slated to sell jewelry, clothes and home decor, the “co-retailing experience” is meant to support local vendors by alleviating the stress of pricey overhead costs. These woes are...

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Your mom deserves the world, of course, but who’s got the budget for such a purchase? It’s definitely not on sale at Costco. In lieu of the entire world or even a private island, we’ve come up with a list of local goodies to pamper Phoenix moms on Mother’s Day on any budget, from free to platinum.

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