Tag: Scottsdale


Chess Emporium is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and has taught more than 100,000 children the game of chess since its founding in 1993.

A Heart for the Arts

Back to school means back to routines of learning, homework and extracurricular activities. The Holland Center offers a myriad of options that meet the needs of mind, body and spirit.

In Sync

Arizona Synergy is one of only five artistic swimming teams in our state.

Bloom Where You Are Planted

Photo hobbyist Tom Dusel, a retired dentist who lives in The Boulders in North Scottsdale, recently set out with his wife, Addie, and their friends Kathye and Craig, for a day of exploration and relaxation on Horseshoe Lake Road near Bartlett Dam.

Tickling the Ivories

Each of Ravenscroft Pianos’ luxurious instruments is handcrafted by Michael Spreeman and his son, Andrew, in their state-of-the-art headquarters in North Scottsdale.

Joyride: Musician Jenna Rae Brings the Vibe

Scottsdale music artist Jenna Rae was a finalist in Alice Cooper’s Proof is in the Pudding Music Contest in 2021 and, shortly thereafter, she began gigging professionally as an acoustic soloist at venues across the Valley.

Staging Collaboration

Theatre Artists Studio was founded in 2005 by performing arts professionals who aspired to create a cooperative space for actors, directors, playwrights and tech designers to work.

Stories & Service

Literacy and returning the magic of imagination to children in an over-digitized world are extremely important to Sam Baker. His own creativity and adventurous spirit propelled him to serve his country during WWII and beyond.

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