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The Next Wave
By Ray Rogers | December 29, 2015

With the poise of a true leading lady, Chloë Grace Moretz has Hollywood taking notice. Still, the glamorous movie star has yet to leave home and remains decidedly young at heart.

In her latest film, the sci-fi thriller The 5th Wave, she...

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Earthy Delights
By Drew Limsky | December 28, 2015

There’s nothing like a client who knows what he wants, and there’s nothing like a collaboration in which both parties take the time to learn from each other. By the time Jeff, an Arizona businessman, enlisted the Scottsdale-based...

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The Lexus Leap
By Nate Chapnick | December 28, 2015

With the average age of its customers among the oldest of any automaker, Lexus is courting younger buyers in an effort to keep their brand relevant. The exuberant 2016 RC F sport coupe is just what the...

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Sea to Sand
Riki Altman-Yee | Photography by Grace Stufkosky | December 23, 2015

Finding fresh seafood in the desert is more than just an anomaly—it is a cause for celebration. With a menu that offers shellfish flown in daily from various coasts and seafood that was recently swimming in the Big...

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Light Up the Night
Sara Levine | December 15, 2015

Bruce Munro: Sonoran Light
British artist Bruce Munro has installed eight larger-than-life light-based sculptural interpretations of saguaro and other Sonoran Desert sights, on display throughout Desert Botanical Garden. ...

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Head Honcho
By Riki Altman-Yee | December 3, 2015

Things quickly changed at the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce when Mark Hiegel became the president and CEO in September. “I told them there’s no way I’m wearing this,” he says, pointing to a wine-colored suede cowboy hat donned by...

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Enchanted England
By Becca Hensley | December 3, 2015

In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, a young boy wins a golden ticket that leads him on an enchanted journey with Willy Wonka. Now a popular musical drawing crowds in London’s West End, the story—flooded with...

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A Star Named Gugu
By Ray Rogers | December 3, 2015

She’s still relatively unknown in the United States, but just wait. British screen and stage actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw is about to become a household name. Following last year’s one-two punch of critically acclaimed roles—she played the...

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Click
By Bonnie Davidson | November 20, 2015

When
6pm
10.3.15

Where
Tony Nellsen Equidome at West World, Scottsdale

When 225 divine equines—all muscles, power and grace—competed in 53 classes at the fifth annual Arabian National...

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Poised to Pounce
By Nate Chapnick | November 19, 2015

Jaguar is flexing its muscle. In the last year, the British brand has invested some $5 billion in research and development and in its manufacturing facilities. The fruits of these investments are seen in Jaguar’s reinvigorated lineup—the...

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Feast on This
By Georgann Yara | November 18, 2015

1. Ko’Sin Restaurant
The annual multicourse meal at this Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort and Spa restaurant features 60-day corn chowder, pork-belly stuffing...

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Southern Comfort
By Riki Altman-Yee | November 17, 2015

Okra is one of those polarizing vegetables—you either swear by its versatility (especially if you’re Southern) or curse its slimy texture. Chef Cullen Campbell decided it was time for the misunderstood herb to cozy up with the...

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