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Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Tuesday, August 25th


Happy Tuesday!

*~*Two-for-one Tuesdays in the Divine Lounge. Enjoy your favorite drinks this evening on our comfortable patio*~*

Daily quotes... I love quotes. My favorite ones are always from the "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" desk calenders, but I didn't purchase one this past year. Next year I will and you should too. They always seem to make my day.

"Knowledge talks, wisdom listens"

"You only live once...but if you live it right, once is enough"

Attention all music lovers...If you haven't heard about the Arizona Fall Frenzy Music Festival coming to town, then listen up! One weekend devoted to music, September 18th-20th, at Tempe Town Lake. Friday night the festivities are being brought to you by Mix 96.9 and Saturday and Sunday by FM 103.9 Phoenix. This will be one weekend that you don't want to miss. This might very well be the event of the year. Listen to some of today's hottest recording artists.


They will also have food, alcohol, mister tents, game center-Xbox, Playstation, Wii, etc., arts and crafts booths, ferris wheel-you know whenever these are involved that it has to be pretty big deal, water slides, and more! An assortment of attractions for people of all ages.

The Line up...
  • Friday, September 18th the gates open at 4 PM and then enjoy music by Colbie Caillat, Gavin Rossdale, The B-52s, Jason Mraz, and Rob thomas. That is the exact order.
  • Saturday, September 19th the gates open at 1 PM. Be prepared for a long fun-filled day event! First Authority Zero, Asher Roth, Anberlin, Pepper, Slightly Stoopid, Fall Out Boy, and then Blink 182. Yes, Blink 182 is back together! Catch them live!
  • Sunday, September 20th the gates open at 11 AM. First artist is a KEDJ local band winner, then Carolina Liar, Airborne Toxic Event, The Bravery, Ben Harper & Relentless 7, Flogging Molly, and Social Distortion.
*There may be other acts added.

You can get a 1, 2, or 3 day pass. One day passes are $55 dollars in advance and $60 at the door. A two day pass is $90, and a 3 day pass is $135.00. To charge by phone call 480-829-1300.
-See new Jason Mraz video footage and learn more about the event at, http://www.arizonafallfrenzy.com/. I just hope that Colbie and Jason sing their song together! That would make me day!

Last day to book a room for HUGE savings at Hotel Indigo Scottsdale! Rates stating at $69 a night through September 30th. Receive complimentary parking, free WI-Fi, and Pets stay free!

Recent hotel reviews...

"Being my first time in Scottsdale, I stayed in OldTown. Great Choice. This Hotel Indigo was my 1st time staying in the Brand. I was very impressed from the time I checked in."

"...The out door deck was nice to relax on after a day of touring around.
If you have the chance, stay here, you won't be disappointed."

Saturday, August 22, 2009

HAPPY SATURDAY

My Friends and I at Hotel Indigo Scottsdale last fall!

One of our many beautifully designed rooms. 

"Judge me all you want, but keep the verdict to yourself."

"lets toast till we die"


I hope that you're having a fantastic weekend!

I just wish this hot summer weather would go away! I think we've all had enough of the summer. I want to be able to bike ride, hike, and run outside without having to wake up at the crack of dawn-oh the winter months are heavenly here! I've been playing tennis at 7 a.m. and lets just say that I'm no morning person.

Some hot weekly deals...
  • Safeway grocery stores are having a fantastic 72 hour sale this weekend. They have some wonderful specials on beer, grapes, turkey, and a few other hot items! Be sure to check it! Also, Albertsons is selling 24 packs of Budweiser and Bud Light for $14.88 through August 25th! 
  • Got a flyer for the restaurant Claim Jumper and they have a wonderful splash of summer happy hour. They have items starting at $1.50 Monday-Friday 3:30-7 PM. They also have a reverse happy hour from 9:30 - close. These specials are only available in their Saloon area. Items include White Sangria for $4.95, giant pretzels for $1.50, calamari for $6.75, California Quesadilla for $3.95, and many more.
  • If your craving pizza then try New York Pizza Dept. (NYPD). On Sundays they have large house or caesar salads for 99 cents wtih an order of Pasta Famiglia. Every night they offer different specials such as glasses of wine for $3.99 after 4 pm on Thursdays.
Stay cool this weekend...
  • Native American Arts, Crafts, & Jewelry Show starts today through December 18th. This event is held on the 3rd weekend of every month. Fridays from 12-6 pm, Saturday 9-6 pm, and Sunday 10 - 5 pm. This is held at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort. Call 800-715-0328 for more information. 
  • Visit the "Every Picture Tells a Story," at the Heard Museum from 9:30-5 pm daily. The admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, $5 for students, and $3 for children 6-12. Children under the age of 6 are free! Call 602-252-8848. 
  • Check out the Pueblo Grande Museum and Archaeological Park. It is open daily through December 31st. The price is $5 for adults and children under 5 are free. The exhibit is hands-on and there is something for every age. Be sure to check out their photo-murals and pottery designs! 
Saturday night parties...
  • Two clubs with one cover, Axis-Radius, a fun place to dance and let loose. This club features VIP bottle service, Vegas style GoGo Dancers, fantastic dance music, and comfortable affordable VIP tables. 
  • Suede, the Euro-Asian Restaurant and lounge, is a fun spot to be on Saturday nights. This place is full of people on the weekends and has a more intimate feel with its dim lit lighting.
  • Crown Room in-front of the hotel is another weekend hot spot. This is more of a relaxing setting, not the nightclub type atmosphere, but is packed full of people with a variety of ages.
*~*Start the night off in our Divine Lounge.  We run drink specials all weekend!*~*

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Hump Day Wednesday



Happy hump day! Stop in for a mid-week cocktail, we would love to put a smile on your face and a jingle in your step with comfortable seating and friendly efficient staff.

Did you know we offer free wi-fi to all of our guests?  Book your stay before the 25th and receive wonderful prices!

*~*Scottsdale has some of the best dining and nightlife, unsurpassed by very few cities. There are many internationally recognized chefs and a wide-array of cuisine. After dinner, you will find a variety of entertainment in Old Town Scottsdale. There is more than 50 wine bars, dance clubs, and bars in the city. You will find live music, country bars with line dancing, hotels for lounging, and nightclubs. There is something for everyone and every age. Enjoy a night at Hotel Indigo Scottsdale where you can walk to just about anything in downtown Scottsdale.*~*

The temperature in the valley is slowly coming down to a reasonable degree. This morning was beautiful with the wind blowing just enough to keep everyone cool. I think the doggie paws should be safe, at least in the A.M. 

Today has already been a wonderful day and its not over! Nearly, just getting started. Actually, this week is going great. I have been up early, before the sun, and it has allowed me to accomplish a lot more tasks. I am avoiding the grogginess of sleeping too much and my productivity for the week is already off my chart. All sorts of work outs, I am plugging away on my book projects, and have even found the time and energy to cook dinner after work. I even found some very informative blogs online and novels at Half-Price Books to keep my brain active and filled with much needed information.

So...yesterday I signed up for the City of Scottsdale Tennis, or let me rephrase this, I tried to sign up, but without fail, there was some sort of computer glitch. Somehow people managed to get in through back way, unfortunately, I was not one of them! Instead, I was running around like a crazy person from computer to computer to computer trying to figure out why I was having such a problem. Eventually and hours later, it worked again and by that time everything was already filled up. Now I must wait, wait, wait to get in on the wait-list. When signing up for the Scottsdale recreation classes, tennis program, volleyball, etc. make sure to sign up right away otherwise it all fills up. Although, this is not the case in the summer.

Tonight...
  • If you are craving a delicious meal then check out Morton's Steakhouse. They have a steak and seafood dinner special which runs $99 for two people. This includes a salad, a seafood appetizer, single cut filet, side item, and a hot chocolate cake or Key Lime Pie. Talk about a deal!
  • If you love music then join Cream Stereo Lounge tonight for live rock music by DJ Gareth Emery, Sean Essex, and Brooke B. The event starts at 9 PM. Wednesdays are always a fun night for this hot nightclub. 
This Weekend...Are you a fan of the hit show, So You Think You Can Dance? Then join Steve Levine Entertainment and Myst Nightclub for the welcome home party featuring Brandon, Ade, and Jonathan. Not only that, but show up with the right ratio and get in for free before midnight. Entertainment by DJ J. Alan. For more information call 480-284-6033.

Monday, August 17, 2009

*~*Happy Monday*~*

Hello Monday and goodbye to another weekend. I don't know about you, but time is flying by in my life. "Life will pass you by, whether you're living it or not."  I have come to realize that more and more!   

The best Monday night specials....
  • Check out Cadillac Ranch in the Tempe Marketplace. It has an amazing happy hour all night on Mondays! This all-American bar and grill is open for lunch, dinner, and late night. They have multiple plasma TV's, booths for dinner, two bars, an outdoor patio, a dance floor-for the late night fun, and of course a mechanical bull-for all the ever so "experienced" bull riders. The all day happy hour starts at 4 PM.
  • The weather is starting to cool down and Salty Senorita is always a fun place to be for happy hour and late night fun. They have one of the best outdoor patios and it is located centrally, in the heart of downtown Scottsdale. Delicious margaritas, voted "Best margarita in Phoenix" over 7 times and on Mondays their house margs are 1/2 price from happy hour until close! Also enjoy half price appetizers and other drink specials from 3-7 pm. 
  • Four Peaks Grill offers $2 you-call-it from 3 to 7 pm and 10 to 1 am, daily. Their beer is amazing and they even have live entertainment every Thursday and Friday night from 5 to 6:30 pm. You should also try to catch their Sunday brunch at least once with drink specials from 10 to 2 pm. 
Just found the best quote, "You can't over-dress or under-dress as long as you look like Scottsdale...." ~ Judy Hedding at About.com

Heres something new..."Doga," it is yoga for you and your dog. This event occurs monthly on the 1st Tuesday at 6:30 PM at the W in Scottsdale. Learn interactive exercises that focus on yoga stretches. This event is for all breeds, sizes, and ages.

And another fun filled yoga event would be a "Poolside Yoga Party!" This event is held monthly on the 2nd Sunday of every month from 9 am to 2 pm at the InterContinental Montelucia Resort & Spa. The free poolside yoga class is 9-10 am, then you can relax and jam to DJ Grial from 10-2 pm. Sip on summer drink specials and enjoy resort giveaways.

Apparently it is all about yoga, yoga, yoga! The new exercise craze. A wonderful way to relieve stress.

Plan ahead for Arizona Restaurant Week 2009. This event runs September 19th through the 26th. You can receive three course dinner menus at $29 a person or $58 a couple at over 150 valley restaurants. If your a restaurant in Phoenix or Tucson and want to be involved then contact:
Sara Anderson
Marketing & Events Manager
Arizona Restaurant Association

2400 N. Central Ave., Suite 109
Phoenix, AZ 85006
(602) 307-9134 x16

sara@azrestaurant.org
For a list of restaurants visit, http://arizonarestaurantweek.com/phoenix_restaurants.php. This list separates the places by neighborhood and food type.

For all you put lovers out there, book a room at Hotel Indigo Scottsdale and your pets stay free! Save the money of hiring a pet sitter and bring your furry friends on vacation with you. They will love the comfort of the hotel just as much as you will. For current specials call 1-888-55-Indigo.

"Why not check into the hotel that's really for you, the busy traveler with style?
An oasis where you can escape the hectic pace of travel and think more clearly,
work more productively and rest more refreshingly. That's the Hotel Indigo
Scottsdale. It's about peace. It's about confidence. It's all about you.
Earn terrific rewards while you enjoy a refreshing stay through
the world's most popular hotel loyalty program, Priority Club® Rewards."

Friday, August 14, 2009

Friday, August 14 2009


Happy Friday! Yes, you have made it through another week and for some the first week of school. Congrats! At the end of everyday you should take the time to think about the events of your day and everything good that happened. Even if nothing superb took place today then you always have tomorrow to look forward too! And in this instance tomorrow is Saturday

Hotel Indigo Scottsdale has wonderful hotel rates going on through September 30th. If you book on or before August 25th then you will receive rates as low as $69 a night! Talk about a great deal. If your ready to be inspired then take the plunge and book now, http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/in/1/en/advancedsearch?whichtype=room&roomResult=none&hotelCode=phxin&quickRes=city&_GPC=EBP&_requestid=22318. There are no hidden resort fees, we offer complimentary parking, pets stay free, and free WI-FI!

If you are traveling for business then why not travel with style? You will be more productive and refreshed for meetings, work, and whatever else might come your way while traveling. Let us take care of you. We are confident that you will enjoy a sense of peace and serenity. You can also earn rewards through Priority Club Rewards.

If you wish to be apart of our future emails then add info@scottsdalehiphotel.com to your address book.
Hotel Indigo Scottsdale
4415 North Civic Center Plaza ·  Scottsdale, AZ ·  Phone: (480) 941-9400

Its the weekend so lets find out what there is to do in this town...
  • First off the list of movies coming out is endless! If you are debating about whether or not to see Time Travelers Wife or Ponyo with the children then read the Phoenix Metromix movie reviews at http://phoenix.metromix.com/movies/editorial_reviews/collection. Apparently Bandslam with Vanessa Hudgens and Lisa Kudrow is a pleasant surprise. Go figure? 
  • We also have the Phoenix Suns Dancers tryouts this weekend! If you have the skill and the moves to dance your way onto the hottest dance team in the valley, then why not give it a shot on Saturday, August 15th at 8:30 a.m. at the US Airways Center. http://www.nba.com/suns/dance/auditions0910.html
  • House 7340 vs. fauxShow at Axis/Radius is always a fun place to be on Friday nights. The bar/nightclub is always packed with smiling faces, pretty people, and excellent dance music. Tonight, indie rock meets techno-trance in an epic dance-off! 
  • Scottsdale's newest upscale event is here...The Estate House Upstairs is the place to be on Sunday night! This is an industry night for the "fashion forward crowd." Listen to music, food served until 12a.m., and chill out with friends from 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. First 50 guests get a free mix-CD! http://www.estatehouseaz.com/. This is a 21+ event. 
Are you a go green fan? Then attend the solar energy lecture on August 20th at the Granite Reef Senior Center. This is a free lecture titled "Building & Energy-It Matters." If you would like additional information then you can call 480-312-7080. Reservations are not required.

Stay up to date with a weekly newsletter from the City of Scottsdale, http://eservices.ScottsdaleAZ.gov/listserve/default.asp. They will inform you of volunteer opportunities, road closings, clothing drives, and everything in-between.

Hope you have a fantastic and safe weekend!  Relax!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Hump Day


*~*Happy Hump Day Wednesday!*~*

Well, the day is almost over and I am busy cooking dinner and relaxing like everyone else. I am resting up for another day of organizing, running errands, writing, and working. Ugh, I don't even want to think about tomorrow yet! I am trying to avoid the heat as much as possible while hoping that temperatures start to drop sooner than later. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for the fall! I love coming home from work and watching my weekly televisions shows while eating dinner with the windows open and the cool breeze coming into my home. I also enjoy going for an early morning jog, or a run after work, and then sitting in the hot tub while having a drink or two. Attending a happy hour on a comfortable patio is never a bad idea either! Hotels are wonderful spots for happy hour and Hotel Indigo Scottsdale’s Divine Lounge offers a great view of Old Town Scottsdale. It is also walking distance to all of the nightlife in Downtown Scottsdale-bar hop and walk home without a worry!

Visitors and Residents...If you want a free updated map of Downtown Scottsdale which lists businesses, addresses, phone numbers, and an easy-to-use map showing trolley routes and public parking then call 480-312-7750 for locations. This directory also has a calendar of events and a dining guide. It is very handy and available in various locations including local resorts and the Scottsdale Convention and Visitors Bureau. There is a lot to see and do, a map can surely come in handy!


If you’re going to be in town on October 4th then be sure to check out an exclusive culinary event at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Join the “Dine out with the Chefs,” for an evening of delicious food. Advance tickets are $55 and can be bought at http://www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org/. The attendance is limited and tickets at the door are $65. Plan ahead!


Are you an aspiring artist without a connection to the Scottsdale galleries? Then join this year’s 42” sidewalk event where artists can show and sell their work. Space is limited and applications can be found at http://www.artisanmarketsaz.com/


The movies 17 Again and I Love You Man just came out for rent this week. They were both hysterical and should definitely be on your movie queue. In addition, I saw Funny People this weekend and it was everything and more. It was hilarious and worth seeing if you liked The Hangover, Knocked Up, and any movie in that genre.


Valley Residents…Cox Cable has a fantastic deal on bundle packages. Get internet-12 meg, all 300 hundred channels, DVR, and two boxes for $135.00 with tax. I called today to find out about the deal and they don’t know how long it is running for, so call ASAP. It is called the entertainment package and they claim it’s better than all the other companies in the valley.

Monday, August 10, 2009

*~*Manic Monday*~*

Funny quotes for some back to school fun…

“If there were no schools to take the children away from home part of the time, the insane asylums would be filled with mothers.” ~Edgar W. Howe

“Labor Day is a glorious holiday because your child will be going back to school the next day. It would have been called Independence Day, but that name was already taken.” ~Bill Dodds

...Today is back to school for the entire Scottsdale district. This may be a relief for some and a rush for others! I cannot believe how early some of the schools are starting this year, I mean especially when the weather is still triple digits, and the children are outside playing! That’s crazy and not like it use to be, when Labor Day weekend marked the beginning of the school year. Back to work for the teachers as well. I’m sure the novelty of vacation has worn off by now. I assume that it was enough sleeping in for the summer.

Are you looking for the best happy hours in the valley?
  • Are you craving a delicious brewed beer? Yardhouse is a perfect spot with their happy hour specials and large list of beers. Best thing of all? They have happy hour twice a day from 3-6 PM Monday through Friday and 10 PM to midnight Sundays through Thursday. They are located in the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall and offer specials such as $3.25 pints and half off appetizers. This is a sports bar type atmosphere.
  • Do you want a long and extended happy hour? Made for those of us who take a little bit longer to get ready, then check out Mickey’s Hangover from 4 to 9 PM. All drinks and appetizers are half off. This is a younger crowd with bucket of beers discounted.
  • For the biker in all of us visit Billet Bar in North Scottsdale. You will see beautiful motorcycles, domestics for $2.75 from 4 to 8 PM, great patio, and sushi from RA brought right to your flame decorated booths. www.azbilletbar.com
  • The music lover will enjoy a happy hour at Devil’s Martini. They have a variety of bands both local and popular with an all night happy hour every Thursday from 4 PM to close. Appetizers are half-off and drinks are 2-for-1. www.devilsmartini.com

If you are looking for a job then be sure to check the city of Scottsdale for their weekly updates. You can even be on their emailing list, http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/hr/jobs

Do you want to get involved in your community by getting more physically fit? Then join a team! Signups are August 18th for activities such as tennis, volleyball, football, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing, etc! They also have youth after school programs. Get involved! http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/sports.asp

If you’re on Twitter be sure to follow us at http://twitter.com/HotelIndigoAZ

Friday, August 7, 2009

The weekend has arrived

*~*I am here to bring your weekend update! Information for guests and valley residents.*~*

“Weekends don't count unless you spend them doing something completely pointless.” ~Bill Watterson

Keep your children and yourself healthy, http://www.maricopa.gov/Public_Health/

With the smell of back to school in the air, don’t forget to have a little fun before it all starts again!

Just because the summer is here, it doesn’t mean that Scottsdale has slowed down any of its nightlife. Lots to do this weekend! Be apart of it all, okay maybe not everything, but here is a list to choose from:

  • Free admission today into the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art aka SMOCA from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Downtown Phoenix brings an art walk the first Friday of every month. The Art Museum CafĂ© offers wine and gourmet appetizers provided by Arcadia Farms from 6 to 8 PM.
  • Do you want to share the stage with Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy at the Arizona Fall Frenzy concert? Then battle your way to the stage at Mardi Gras Bar and Grill on Fridays from 8:30 PM to 2 AM. This competition ends August 28th and is brought to the valley by Edge 103.9.
  • If you’re an aspiring model then join Afterlife, formerly e4, for Phoenix Fashion Week casting call. They are looking for 30 models to work the runway during Phoenix Fashion Week. This event is tomorrow August 8th from 8 to 10 PM. Work your inner diva!
  • This Sunday Stone Rose Lounge at the Fairmount Scottsdale is having their first pool party at 12 PM. The pool is open to the public until sunset with DJs and cocktails. Should be a very good time!

**If you’re visiting the area and want to learn more about Scottsdale, the new waterfront area, the arts district, and more... then take the free cultural trolley on the second Saturday of every month. This weekend it takes off at 10:30 a.m. at the Old Town Farmer’s Market(also fun to attend) parking lot is on the northwest corner of Brown and Second Street. The tour lasts two hours and will end back at the parking lot. Attendees receive coupons, a free shopping bag, and a gallery guide. RSVP to 480-312-7750.

RESIDENTS...If you’re a valley resident then you should pick up the “T” Trolley card which offers discounts to participating Downtown businesses. The emblem will be displayed in a prominent place on the door or window of contributing businesses. This is a good way to experience all that Scottsdale has to offer, for more information visit http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/downtown

Remember to plan ahead for labor day! If your money is tight then try a stay-vacation with us, http://www.scottsdalehiphotel.com/reservations.php. Book directly for the best deals.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Happy Tuesday

You made it to work for two days this week, celebrate....*~*Two for One Tuesdays in our Divine Lounge this evening!*~*

...So of course I come to the Midwest and what happens? It rains! We had plans to go to the amusement park today and we couldn’t because not only was it raining, but there was also thunder and lightning! Ah, I really can't complain because at least the weather is only 80 degrees :)

If you’re struggling to hold onto your job during our economic crises, which is hopefully no longer on the rise, then you might find this article quite funny. “You’re fired—Top 5 Layoff Stories.” http://jobs.aol.com/articles/photos/job-stories-how-i-got-fired/1479058/ These are stories of people sleeping on the job and throwing punches at their company parties! You will get a great laugh!

Looking for something to do tonight? Check out Mambo Tuesdays at Whip Lounge on Mill Avenue. They offer salsa dancing every Tuesday night and have drink specials all evening long. Try something new!

Old Town Activities…

  • Do you want to go shopping and see all the stores that you like? Take the Trendsetter Tour offered by Westcor. Every itinerary can be customized to the shopper’s interest and preference. They offer special group rates. This would be a great
    birthday or bachlorette party! http://www.azshoppingspree.com/
  • If you are new to the valley or visiting then take the Ollie the Trolley Southwest Experience Tour. It will let you see what the Southwest has to offer all in one day and you will get to see our ever so famous Desert Botancial Garden. Learn more about Arizona’s culture, plants, and also see the Heard Museum all in one tour! This runs from 10 am to 4 pm daily. http://www.olliethetrolley.net/
  • They also have a wine and dine tour which offers a variety of gourmet food from a variety of cultures and influences.
  • Learn more about one of America’s most popular architects, Frank Lloyd Wright. They offer a one hour panorama tour which will integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. http://www.franklloydwright.org/Home.html
  • Do you want to go to school this summer? Of course not, but join Apache Trail Tours for a fun way to learn new things! This is an hour long classroom adventure. It is a four-wheeler ride while you learn more about our Sonoran Desert and life in the 1800’s. This is $25 a person. http://www.apachetrailtours.com/

Saturday, August 1, 2009


"A three-inch rain in Phoenix means three inches between drops." ~Local Saying

"I'll take heat rash over frost bite any day."~Ken Travous…I can very much agree with this quote!


Hope that your weekend is fabulous. Mine is being spent relaxing, packing, and doing laundry! At least I am beating the heat inside with the air conditioning. Summer is almost over, but that doesn’t mean that Arizona is getting cooler anytime soon.


  • If you’re looking for live music then check out Scottsdale’s leading live music spot, Martini Ranch. Tonight has a great lineup, DJ Randy at 9 Pm and then Javier Garcia and Rock Lobster at 10:30 PM. This venue also has very well known singers who come throughout the year. For a calendar of events visit, http://www.martiniranchaz.net/calendar.php

  • Beer is always the drink of choice during the summer months. It is perfect for parties, gatherings, and good times with friends. Four Peaks Brewing Company is the local spot of choice with a peach flavored ale, malty sweet brew, and delicious beer battered fries; you can’t go wrong with this location. In the cooler months the patio is a good spot to gather with friends and family.

  • Eldorado pool in South Scottsdale wants you to celebrate tonight with Hawaiian Luau. The event runs from 5 to 8 PM and will have live hula dancers, music, activities, and games. For details, call 480-312-2484.

With summer coming to an end many of us will be cleaning out our closets. Vista del Camino is looking for children’s and teen used clothing for the clothing bank. Sizes from infant to adults are welcomed and can be dropped off from 8 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday at the center located at 7700 E. Roosevelt St. Call Pat Leos at 480-312-0064 for more information.


If you want to enjoy some art then visit the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art in Old Town Scottsdale. They are offering free admission on Fridays from 10 am to 5 pm throughout the rest of July and August. Check out the new summer exhibits and shop for distinctive products in the museum store. Great way to beat the heat!


Visit Arizona and see the beautiful red sunshine from the top of any mountain in the valley, http://www.scottsdalehiphotel.com/. Join us in the Divine Lounge for happy hour or a drink before hitting the Scottsdale nightlife!