We’ve all witnessed the beauty of the desert, from its subtle seasons to its powerful storms, but Missouri-based photographer and author William Fields has captured its wonder in a whole new light. Through the use of infrared photography, Fields shares an almost other-wordly view of our own Arizona back yard. We’re thrilled to share his work in our pages.
Step up your taco game with these fun stuffed poblanos! I promise they are just as delicious as they look! Make this recipe your own by using as much or as little chicken and quinoa as you’d like!
The perfect party appetizer to serve at your next get together or BBQ, these Tenderloin Bites are sure to be a hit! Prepare them up to two days ahead of time and pop them in the oven just before serving for an easy appetizer!
In the aisles of Desert Foothills Library, David Court is a rock star. Though he lacks a swagger and the button-up shirts he wears are far from flashy, when he steps inside this building, he’s a hero.
Writer Amanda Christmann Photographer Scott Baxter rizona is unique. Perhaps it’s the subtleties of the seasons that make us appreciate life’s moments all the...
For a couple of guys who make their living fooling the eye, Rich Kovacich & Felix Lagazo are as real as they come.
Writer and Photographer Kyndra Kelly his coffee cake has been a family favorite for years. I decided to add rhubarb to it to kick...
If summer heat has got you down, a taste of the Valley has moved to the cool pines of Prescott. Just an hour or so from Phoenix, Chef Ryan Peters and his wife Brittany, who kept crowds coming to Tonto Bar and Grill, have opened the doors to Farm Provisions, one of the newest farm-to-table ventures in a growing list of restaurants focused on fresh, local fare.
Over two millennia ago, Aristotle opined that art imitates life. It took more than 2,200 years of human pondering before Oscar Wilde countered his theory, saying that it is life that does the imitating. Art, he said, provides the language we need to appreciate life, and without it, that appreciation would not exist.
It’s difficult for most of us to imagine going through those awkward teen years in the spotlight, but for one Valley teen, not only is she doing it; she’s thriving beneath the bright lights of Hollywood.