August 2017

Monthly Archives

  • ASU Football is Going High-Tech

    The college football season officially kicks off tonight at Arizona State University.

    The players aren’t the only ones practicing hard — a team of engineers and researchers have been mapping out a game plan to make major technology upgrades to sun devil stadium.

    The school has partnered with Intel and put 44 sensors around the stadium that … Continue reading

  • The Lost Lake Festival is Fast Approaching

    The first ever Lost Lake Festival in Phoenix is fast approaching, and more details are being released.
    The inaugural music festival that takes place Oct. 20-22 at Steele Indian School Park will also feature culinary, arts and gaming elements, showcasing some top Arizona talent. The Lost Playground is the larger-than-life gaming area and is a partnership with Walter … Continue reading

  • Upcoming Restaurant Openings in the Valley

    Eight months into 2017, we’ve had more than 50 restaurants either open their doors for the first time in the Valley or open second, third, and fourth locations.

    The openings include everything from modern Japanese cuisine to Chicago deep-dish pizza, Mexican cuisine, Hawaiian-inspired poke, and fast-casual breakfast joints.

    July restaurant openings
    June restaurant openings
    May restaurant … Continue reading

  • ASU Students Move-In

    Thousands of students will move into the Valley for the start of the Arizona State University school year.

    The Downtown Phoenix campus will start the move-in process Friday. The bulk of students will continue settling in over the weekend in Tempe.

    One student says, “Move in day is going to be, I think it’s going to be … Continue reading

  • August is Prickly Pear Season in Arizona

    August is prickly pear harvest season in Arizona, where some species of the cactus are native to the Sonoran Desert. The pinkish plant proves picturesque and tasty, starring in salads, sweets and drinks on menus across the state.
    “There are over 200 species of prickly pear plants that grow all over the world,” says Cheri Romanoski, who makes … Continue reading

  • 2017 Arizona Fall Festivals

    Once the temperatures drop below 95 degrees in Phoenix, the events and festivals move right in.

    Between August and November, there are more than 70 food and drink, music, art and family festivals happening throughout the Valley whether you live in the East Valley or West Valley.

    From mac & cheese to bacon and beer, Lost Lake … Continue reading

  • ASU Football Training Camp Starts

    The ASU Sun Devils had their first week of training camp this week at Camp Tontozona, just outside Payson, Arizona. This annual tradition began in 1960 and has become a favorite of players, coaches and fans who come to watch.

    The final day of practice will take place this Saturday with an intersquad scrimmage starting at … Continue reading

  • Weekend Events: 68th Annual Navajo Festival

    Join more than 80 artists and presenters at the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff for a weekend of cultural immersion at the 68th annual Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 5 and 6, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    “Reaching the 68-year mark for the Navajo Festival of Arts and Culture … Continue reading