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  • Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge

    They are as much of an American tradition as apple pie – Samoas, Thin Mints and the chocolate-coated, peanut butter-filled Tagalongs. Girl Scout cookies, around over 100 years, have become the must-have dessert this season.
    In Arizona, chefs are reimagining the traditional Girl Scout cookies – and whipping up their own versions of the timeless classics. #DessertChallenge was … Continue reading

  • Spring Training Soon to Begin

    Athletes and coaches are already making their way to Arizona to get a head start on spring training. Games officially begin February 23rd across different stadiums in the Valley, so there is no shortage of baseball for the next few weeks.
    Members of the Cactus League include:
    Arizona Diamondbacks

    Chicago Cubs

    Chicago White Sox

    Cincinnati Reds

    Cleveland Indians

    Colorado Rockies

    Kansas City Royals

    Los … Continue reading

  • Arizona Beer Week Starts February 8

    Today is the first day of Arizona Beer Week, a statewide celebration of local beer culture.

    Arizona Beer “Week” consists of 11 days of events focused mostly around the local craft brew scene. This year’s festivities will last from February 8 to 18. There will be more than 200 events, so no matter where you live … Continue reading

  • Construction to Begin on the University of Arizona’s $15M Indoor Football Practice Facility

    The University of Arizona is expected to break ground on a $15 million practice facility for its football program in April and the architect recently released some possible renderings of the project.
    The schools plans to have the 65-football tall facility finished by the beginning of 2019.
    Arizona describes the project on its construction website: “The proposed new … Continue reading

  • Tempe Past & Present

    Distinct, diverse, dynamic and entrepreneurial are characteristics that have defined the City of Tempe since prehistoric times when the resourceful Hohokam people lived here for about 1,500 years until sometimes around 1450. The Hohokam were farmers and engineering geniuses who developed a system of irrigation canals that carried Salt River water to their crops. The … Continue reading

  • ASU Open Door 2018

    Arizona State University hopes to spark the next generation’s imagination with ASU Open Door, a signature event of the Arizona SciTech Festival. During the free Open Door events, adults and children of all ages are invited to take a sneak peek at the learning spaces that help make ASU the most innovative university in the nation.

    The four-campus … Continue reading

  • Tempe Public Market Cafe Opens January 12th

    Hang in there, South Tempe. It’s almost ready.
    “We’re having almost a hundred people a day try to come and have food,” says Aaron Chamberlin, chef and owner of Tempe Public Market Cafe. “They’re seeing us training, they’re seeing people on the patio drinking wine and thinking it’s open.”
    It isn’t. Not just yet. But on Jan. … Continue reading

  • Spring Festivals in the Valley

    It may be frigid and snowy on the East Coast, but here in Arizona, we’re enjoying clear skies, a lot of sunshine, and temperatures in the 70s. It cannot get any better than that, right?

    It can! Spring also marks the continuation of events season here in the Valley with nearly 100 food and drink, music … Continue reading

  • 2017 Fiesta Bowl Parade

    The National Bank of Arizona’s Fiesta Bowl Parade will march through central Phoenix on a 2-mile route at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 30.

    3TV is the official broadcast partner for the parade and Scott Pasmore, Olivia Fierro, April Warnecke and Javier Soto will host the fun-filled parade, which has been a family tradition for decades.

    The Fiesta Bowl Parade … Continue reading

  • The Best Meteor Shower of 2017

    This Wednesday night/Thursday morning (December 13 – 14) will be your chance to view the best meteor shower of 2017. The annual Geminid meteor shower produces up to 120 meteors per hour at is peak, more than any other of the year. There is also an increase in meteor activity in the nights leading up … Continue reading