Saturday, October 31, 2015

[Football] Football Moves Past Glendale CC In WSFL Playoff Game

The Scottsdale Community College Football team came through with a decisive win this afternoon in a WSFL playoff match-up with Glendale Community College by a score of 34-13.

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

[Football] Artichokes Running Back Armond Weh-Weh A Rare Breed

The Scottsdale Community College Football team will be going to their third straight Valley of the Sun Bowl this year, and much on the back of their powerful tailback Armond Weh-Weh (SO/Houston, TX).

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Thanksgiving Dinners


Thanksgiving is a time for family and a time to reflect on everything you have to be grateful for…and great food. There’s no shortage of Thanksgiving dinners being served at the top restaurants around Scottsdale, so if you’re visiting, or just don’t feel like slaving over a meal all day, check out these feasts! 

Thanksgiving at the Fairmont Princess

Families may enjoy the tradition of togetherness and a bountiful Thanksgiving in luxury at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, where award-winning chefs and an expert staff attend to every detail of a memorable meal or a relaxing fall getaway. Three dynamic restaurants come together to present a Thanksgiving feast. Chefs from BOURBON STEAK, La Hacienda and Ironwood American Kitchen will each bring their own special culinary talents and themed menus to the table.

  • Fairmont Princess Thanksgiving Brunch Menu
  • Time: 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
  • Cost:   Adults: $95.00 plus tax and 18% gratuity
    • Children (6 – 12): $40.00 plus tax and 18% gratuity
    • Children 5 and under: FREE (with paying adult)
  • For reservations or more information call: (480) 585-2694

 The Phoenician

IL Terrazzo is creating a Thanksgiving brunch and dinner where you’re sure to find something everyone in the family likes. Make sure to check out all the holiday events taking place at the resort as well!

  • Time: J&G Steakhouse: 5-10pm
    •  IL Terrazzo: Brunch-10am-3pm; Dinner 6-10pm
  • Cost: /IL Terrazzo: Dinner: $49 per adult; Dinner: $24 per child (age 3-12)
    • IL Terrazzo: Brunch: $95 per adult; Dinner: $47.50 per child (age 3-12)
  • For reservations and more information call:
    • IL Terrazzo: (480) 941-8200

Hotel Valley Ho 

The retro-chic Hotel Valley Ho in Downtown Scottsdale is celebrating Thanksgiving with two delicious dining options. Enjoy an à la carte dinner in ZuZu or a full buffet in the ballroom.

Westin Kierland

This year, enjoy Thanksgiving with all the trimmings and leave the dishes to us.The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa will feature a traditional Thanksgiving Day menu created by Executive Chef Christopher Masco. Guests will enjoy a delicious buffet-style dinner and live musical entertainment while surrounded by sweeping floor-to-ceiling views of The Westin Kierland Golf Club and McDowell Mountains.

  • Westin Kierland Thanksgiving Menu
  • Time: 1-6pm (Last seating at 5:15pm)
  • Cost:   Adults: $75 (excluding tax and gratuity)
    • Children (5-12): $25 (excluding tax and gratuity)
    • Children (4 and under): Free
  • Reservations are required and can be made by calling 480.624.1202

McCormick Ranch Golf Club

Come experience one of Scottsdale’s favorite golf clubs on Thanksgiving day, as it serves up a tasty buffet of all the traditional items in a Thanksgiving feast!

Rawhide Western Town and Steakhouse

Executive Chef Jonathan Scott and his team at Rawhide Western Town and Event Center are cooking up a storm this Thanksgiving holiday in true western style, inviting families and visitors to celebrate the spirit of the season, enjoy the hometown hospitality and indulge in a holiday meal that’s guaranteed to please any palate.

Guests will enjoy an authentic western buffet of traditional holiday favorites that includes a mandarin orange cranberry salad, maple roasted turkey, honey baked ham, rosemary crusted prime rib, cornbread stuffing, garlic roasted mashed potatoes and homemade gravy, candied carrots and pumpkin bisque. Dessert offerings top the list with pumpkin pie, apple crisp, fudge brownies, seasonal cookies and an ice cream bar. The Thanksgiving Buffet menu also includes beverages such as Coffee, Tea and Soda.

  • Time: 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
  • Cost: $19.95 for adults
    • $9.95 for kids (12 and under)
  • Reservations are encouraged. Call (480) 502-5600 or visit

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Take it Downtown

Downtown Scottsdale, the vibrant heart of the city, is best known for its impressive collection of designer boutiques, fine art galleries, award-winning restaurants, and sophisticated nightclubs and lounges. It’s also home to several outstanding special event venues that are ideal for corporate gatherings, theme parties and gala celebrations.


The Venue Scottsdale

With more than 29,000 square feet of space, the newly renovated Venue is a multi-level facility that can accommodate groups from 30 to 1,300. Their in-house event designers, sound and lighting staff, and creative culinary team can turn any event into a memorable celebration.


The Clayton on the Park

Set against the lush landscaping of Scottsdale Civic Center Park, this stunning contemporary venue offers 6,000 square feet of flexible indoor and outdoor event space, in-house catering services and full bar amenities.


Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

An ideal setting for upscale events and celebrations, the Center offers three theaters, the 6,200-square-foot Dayton Fowler Grafman Atrium, six unique outdoor venues and a select list of preferred caterers.


Scottsdale Stadium

Hit a home run with your next event! The stadium’s expansive facilities can accommodate up to 12,000 people for reception-style events. During Cactus League Spring Training, the Charro Lodge offers VIP seating and catering for groups to watch the 2014 World Series Champion San Francisco Giants take on the competition.

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Monday, October 26, 2015


A tourism industry news update from the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau

Over the past several months, three of Scottsdale’s most popular courses haven undergone significant transformations. But these changes are a bit more extensive than your standard nip and tuck. Soon, the courses will unveil their natural good looks and enhanced conditions.

       Among the first to go under the knife — or backhoe — was the iconic Raptor Course at Grayhawk Golf Club, former host site of the PGA TOUR’s Open. Though its finish was already among the strongest in the state, the remodel of three of the final four holes will enhance playability and ensure an exceptional golf experience well into the future. Famed designer Tom Fazio was called upon to rework his original design. He recounted holes Nos. 15, 16 and 17, bringing them in closer proximity to the rest of the course. This new configuration gives you plenty of options as you head into the home stretch. For media information, contact Jeff Locke at or 480-348-7540.

       Keeping pace, SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, considered among the “Top 20 Best Courses You Can Play” in Arizona by GOLF Magazine, embarked on a summer-long project to further bolster the course’s status. Primarily, this work consisted of rebuilding and resurfacing the putting greens with Champion Ultra Dwarf Bermuda grass, while softening undulations to give SunRidge Canyon some of the fastest, best-rolling greens in the state. A number of bunkers were redesigned and the fairway landing areas were expanded on holes Nos. 2, 3 and 11. And the practice area was expanded to accommodate a new home for Hot Stix Golf, a leader in technology-based golf club fitting. For media information, contact Brett Brooks at or 480-477-0480.

       Finally, the former Tegavah Golf Club in northeast Scottsdale has a new name and new ownership to go along with an ongoing redesign by PGA TOUR star and former Ryder Cup Captain Tom Lehman. The club was purchased by Shea Homes of Arizona and renamed Verde River Golf & Social Club. Though eventually it will be a private club, Verde River will welcome daily-fee guests for the next several years. Lehman is busy enhancing the golf course, focusing his efforts on rebuilding green complexes and bunkers, as well as modifying the sequencing and routing of several holes to enhance the overall golf experience. The finished product, as well as a new clubhouse by award-winning designer Bing Hu, will be unveiled November 2016. For media information, contact Jeff Locke at or 480-348-7540.

Bolstered by the results of a recently completed market study, Scottsdale proves to be one of the few reliable bright spots for golf participation in the U.S. Conducted on behalf of Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau by Sports & Leisure Marketing of New York, the study relied upon data collected from more than a dozen Scottsdale golf facilities, representing a wide variety of price points, course types and geographic locations within the city. The study found the number of rounds played in Scottsdale was up approximately 3 percent in 2014 compared to 2013. Likewise, golf-related revenue was up 3.8 percent over the same period. This comes at a time when participation in golf across North America has been generally flat. This bodes well for Scottsdale’s continued leadership as a primary destination for core and avid golfers. Separate from the study, but reflecting its general trend, Scottsdale CVB’s golf-focused website,, saw visitor traffic increase 32 percent and page views increase 15 percent over the same time period. For media information, contact Jerry Rose at or 480-348-7540.

This November, Golfweek’s course raters, editors and managers, as well as luminaries from the world of golf and ardent fans of the game, will gather at We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center to honor the lifework of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, creators of We-Ko-Pa Golf Club’s heralded Saguaro Course. According to Golfweek’s Bradley Klein, Coore and Crenshaw have transformed the face of the American – and world – golf scene over the past 30 years. Their naturalistic, organic design style helped usher in a new aesthetic in golf course design. In Scottsdale, Coore/Crenshaw have three highly regarded golf courses – the Saguaro Course at We-Ko-Pa Golf Club and the North and South Course at Talking Stick Golf Club. During the three-day event Nov. 15-17, participants will discuss, honor and experience Coore and Crenshaw’s work with meetings held at We-Ko-Pa Resort and Conference Center and golf rounds hosted on the Saguaro Course at We-Ko-Pa and at Talking Stick Golf Club. For media information, contact Jeff Locke at or 480-348-7540.

As the temperatures start to drop in Scottsdale, the competitions start heating up. Pros are already itching to get back on the courses in this Sonoran Desert oasis, so don’t miss seeing them in action during upcoming tournaments in Scottsdale this fall and winter.

       The Champions Tour concludes its season on Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain Golf Club’s Cochise Course during the The Charles Schwab Cup Championship Nov. 5-8. Catch the top 30 players on the Tour’s official money list – and some of the most accomplished players in PGA TOUR history – compete for the title, as well as their shares of the $2.5 million purse. Entry into the championship event is based on points earned throughout the Champions Tour season at all official Charles Schwab Cup events. Among those expected to compete are Jeff Maggert, Colin Montgomerie, Bernhard Langer, Marco Dawson and Esteban Toledo. For media information, contact Gerald Goodman at or 480-237-2100, Ext. 20.

       Also beginning in November, the Thunderbirds and the PGA TOUR will begin work to prepare the TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course for the Greatest Party on Grass, the 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Work will commence to build the grandstands and stadium style seating necessary to accommodate the largest galleries of any golf event in the world. During this time, the course will remain open for public play, giving visitors to Scottsdale a unique opportunity to play a true TOUR-quality venue leading into the main event Feb. 1-7, 2016. For media information, contact Tiffany Nelson at or 480-585-7309.

Scottsdale remains a hotbed for game improvement. Long-time stalwarts such as the Fore-Max Golf Fitness program at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, as well as technology-based testing, diagnostic and club-fitting services like Cool Clubs, remain as popular and effective as ever. And with some new additions to Scottsdale’s repertoire, now you have even more opportunities to improve your game in Scottsdale.

       Among the new additions is the EXOS Golf Experience Powered by Troon. This three-day immersive program tailors EXOS’ elite training program (clients include San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and PGA TOUR professionals Graham DeLaet, Ricky Barnes and James Hahn) to meet the individual needs of amateur players. Training and evaluations are done both at EXOS’ training facilities and Troon North Golf Club. You’ll receive highly individualized instruction by EXOS’ integrated team of golf instructors, performance specialists, registered dietitians and physical therapists. This results in a fitness program designed to optimize your individual performance and health throughout your lifetime. For media information, contact Brett Brooks at or 480-477-0480.

       Another high-tech option is the Robo Golf Pro Boot Camp at Scottsdale’s Boccieri Golf. Boccieri’s Research and Performance Center offers an intense, three-day program of golf instruction and analysis. Its centerpiece is an 800-pound technical marvel – the Robo Golf Instructor. This behemoth and its custom-designed computer program allows Boccieri’s team to program physically correct your golf swingsbased upon your physique and ability. As a result, you are able to feel the proper positioning and sequence of your perfect swing. With repetition and personalized coaching, your new swing becomes ingrained through muscle memory. Limited to four players per session, the Boot Camp aims to provide immediate improvement and includes Titleist Performance evaluation, daily session on the Robo Golf Pro, one round of golf at Desert Mountain with Boccieri teaching professionals, a complimentary custom-fit Heavy Putter, and much, much more. For media information, contact Sandra Boccieri at or 480-361-4339, Ext. 202.

Remember to log onto for additional tourism news, press kits and releases, media tour information and more. And you can always turn to our public relations team for additional assistance, from photo needs to story ideas. If you are interested in being considered for a group or individual media tour, please fill out the form here. To keep up with Scottsdale’s latest news and happenings, follow @ScottsdalePR on Twitter, @ScottsdaleCVB on Instagram or visit

Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau Contacts:
Laura McMurchie, VP of Communications
Direct: 480-429-2253

Megan Neighbor, Director of Communications
Direct: 480-889-2716

Stephanie Pressler, Communications Manager
Direct: 480-889-2719

Clare Hahne, Communications Coordinator
Direct: 480-889-2709

Jerry Rose, Vice President, Communication Links
Phone: 480-348-7540


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Saturday, October 24, 2015

[Football] Football Secures 3rd Straight Valley Of The Sun Bowl Appearance With Win

The Scottsdale Community College Football team has earned the right to host the Valley of the Sun Bowl with a win over Mesa Community College tonight by the score of 27-20.

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Goodguys Southwest Nationals: Full Throttle Fun

The Goodguys 18th Annual Southwest Nationals is taking over WestWorld of Scottsdale Nov. 20 – 22, 2015. Pre-registered cars and trucks from more than 24 different states and Canada will be making the trek to Scottsdale, bringing together 3,000 candy-colored and chromed hot rods, customs, classics, muscle cars and trucks! Since its start in 1983, the Southwest Nationals has become a can’t miss event that gives hot rod aficionados the opportunity to get together and show off their cars, share ideas, listen to live music and enjoy the warm Scottsdale weather! 

This year, the event will showcase the Goodguys 12 Awards, which honor automotive excellence. These award winners are among some of the most impressive automotive creations and recognize the nation’s finest cars and trucks as well as, the best Autocross racer in the land! That’s right . . . Autocross will also be on the schedule of events at this year’s event. Goodguys Rod & Custom Association has formed an alliance with the SCCA, USCA and ASP to find and qualify the fastest Autocross racers! Duel in the Desert is a three-day spectator event that will give event goers the chance to experience the thrill of watching cars race on a tightly designed course and compete for the title, “Goodguys 2015 Autocrosser of the Year.”

Come for one day or come for all three! Goodguys Southwest Nationals has fun for the whole family and is guaranteed to be a full throttle weekend full of excitement! For more details regarding tickets, times and more click here


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Sunday, October 18, 2015

[Football] Football Takes Care Of Business On The Road

The Scottsdale Community College Football team went on the road Saturday night, and came back with a 59-21 victory over Phoenix College.

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Native Trails Breathes New Life into Sacred Traditions

Free noontime festivals explore Native American song, dance and culture

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (October 14, 2015) – Explore the cultural and environmental footprint of the Southwest’s Native American nations during the 14th season of Native Trails, presented by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation and produced by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Through song, dance and storytelling during free noontime performances January through March, Native Trails will share with audiences a message passed on to tribal youth – the importance of preserving and conserving the land and its resources.  

“Some of my fondest memories are from when I was a child, spending time with my grandparents,” said Derrick Suwaima Davis (Hopi/Choctaw), artistic director for Native Trails and seven-time hoop dance world champion. “There was no running water, no electricity, yet we worked with the environment to live.  As Native people, we were inspired by nature and given the responsibility of stewardship. Through our song, dance, food, architecture, and being in harmony with nature – working with the seasons, the sun and the moon – we desired prosperity for all beings and for everyone to reach their full potential. Today I believe in doing the best I can with the least amount, and incorporating the traditional ways I was taught, while encouraging healthy behavior and a prosperous life for future generations and all on the circle of life.”

For centuries, Native Americans have lived off the land, even as the world has evolved and brought new challenges to the environment. Tribal elders continue to show younger generations their traditional ways, teaching them to lead healthy lives while respecting and working in harmony with nature. This year, Native Trails shares a message of stewardship through the songs and dances of various tribes including the Hopi, Diné (Navajo), Akimel Au-Authm and San Carlos Apache.

Enjoy these free noontime performances on the lawn at Scottsdale Civic Center Park most Thursdays and Saturdays between Jan. 9 and March 31, 2016. Elaborate performances showcase a variety of dances, including the intricate Hoop Dance and the Round Dance, an audience-participation dance celebrating the connection of all people and cultures.

“The Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation is proud to once again be the title sponsor of Native Trails,” said the Nation’s President Ruben Balderas. “The Tribal Council knows local residents and visitors alike will enjoy learning about the various native tribal cultures and partaking in the exciting exhibits and shows. Native Trails is truly a unique, once-in-a-lifetime experience.”

Delve further into American Indian culture while visiting with vendors and artisans selling jewelry, baskets, pottery, instruments and paintings at the festivals. Every Saturday, featured artisans will share their trade with the audience. Don’t forget to get a taste of indigenous cuisine at participating food trucks.

Native Trails performances began in January 2003 as part of the City of Scottsdale’s cultural tourism initiative, Culture Quest Scottsdale. The program was created following a City-conducted study that revealed Scottsdale tourists craved experiencing American Indian culture during their visit. That has proved true each season; last season (January – April 2015), 6,497 people attended the event.

For more information on Native Trails (including black-out dates), visit or contact the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau at 480-421-1004 or toll-free at 800-782-1117.

Please reach out to one of the media contacts listed below for access to images and b-roll.

MEDIA CONTACTS: Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau 
Stephanie Pressler, Communications Manager, 480-889-2719,

Clare Hahne, Communications Coordinator, 480-889-2709,

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Monday, October 12, 2015

Picture Perfect Patios

Enjoy creative cuisine with a hearty side of fresh air at these Scottsdale patio favorites. Olive-and-Ivy

Olive & Ivy Restaurant + Marketplace

See and be seen on the sun-drenched patios along the Scottsdale Waterfront. Olive & Ivy is the perfect spot to enjoy a brunch or kick back around the fire pit for some drinks at night.


elements at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain

Enjoy stunning desert sunsets and the farm-fresh cuisine of Executive Chef Beau MacMillam. Specialties feature local, organic produce and sustainable seafood.

Old Town Tortilla Factory

Savor outstanding Southwestern cuisine with Native American and Sonoran influences in the shade of 100-year-old pecan trees on this expansive hacienda-style patio.

Talavera at Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale

For panoramic desert and city views overlooking Pinnacle Peak, head north to the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale. For a special treat, Talavera offers a six-course tasting menu with optional sommelier-selected wine pairings.

LON’s at the Hermosa Inn

The tree-shaded patio is available any time, but it’s especially nice during weekend brunch. Soak up the sun as you enjoy specialties like Mesquite Honey Pancakes, Short Rib Poutine and Traditional Eggs Benedict.


Breathtaking views of the Sonoran Desert and Pinnacle Peak are your dining companions on the patio at SASSI, which blends old-world architecture with the time-honored traditions, hospitality and cuisine of Southern Italy.

Il Terrazzo at The Phoenician

The Phoenician’s flowering gardens, emerald lawns and sparkling pools provide stunning views from the patio at Il Terrazzo, where handcrafted artisan bread and pastas form the foundation of Il Terrazzo’s American-Italian cuisine.


Phil’s Grill at Grayhawk Golf Club

Boasting breathtaking McDowell Mountain and golf course views from its expansive patio, as well as a menu that includes craft beers, fine wines and offerings like the thick and juicy Barn Burger, USDA Prime steaks, and Chicken and Hatch Chile Enchiladas.

from Official Travel Site for Scottsdale, Arizona |

Saturday, October 10, 2015

[Football] Football Drops Game To Pima CC

The Scottsdale Community College Football team lost this evening to Pima Community College by the score of 45-17.

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Friday, October 9, 2015

Top international meeting planners to visit Scottsdale for Meeting & Incentive Forum The Americas 2016


Scottsdale, AZ, USA (Sept. 30, 2015): Over 200 top international meeting and incentive professionals will gather in Scottsdale, Ariz., May 22-26, 2016, at the Meeting & Incentive (M&I) Forum The Americas Spring 2016.

Sponsored in part by the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau, in partnership with The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch and Southwest Conference Planners, the four-day event will see hosted buyers hold over 4,500 meetings with event vendors from across the Americas and Europe. The Forum will familiarize thousands of the worlds’ leading meeting and incentive professionals with the Scottsdale area.

“We’re elated to have been given the opportunity to host the Meeting & Incentive Forum this May in Scottsdale,” said Kelli Blubaum, vice president of convention sales and services at the Scottsdale CVB. “It gives Scottsdale the chance to showcase accommodations and amenities to hosted buyers, and boost business for the community.”

M&I Forums are trade events held in the world’s leading meetings destinations. They offer business events vendors the opportunity to meet and develop relationships with vetted, hand-selected buyers who have confirmed budgets to spend. The Forums provide a professional, effective and fun platform for business meetings and networking with these high-quality buyers. In 2016, Scottsdale will join Dubai (UAE), Madrid (Spain), Prague (Czech Republic), and Izmir (Turkey) in hosting M&I Forums.

“Scottsdale recently came to the top of a poll that we ran asking our meeting planners where they would like us to hold our next Forum. We can see why,” said Richard Barnes, Managing Director of M&I Forums. “It’s a totally unique place, a real slice of the Wild West with everything a great ‘meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions’ – or MICE – destination needs: a huge airport, excellent hotels, some fantastic meeting spaces, and so much to see and do.  We can’t wait to show our delegates all that it has to offer.”

For more information on M&I Forum The Americas 2016, or to take part in the event, please visit the M&I Forums website.


About the Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau:
The Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau is responsible for marketing Scottsdale as a premier travel and meetings destination to national and international target audiences, including meeting planners, travel agents, tour operators, and individual tourists.


Megan Doyle, Community Affairs Manager
Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau

Rachel Pearson, ABC, Vice President of Community & Government Affairs
Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau
Visit us at

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Calling All Film Buffs!


Lights. Camera. Action! The Scottsdale International Film Festival is back for its 15th year and it promises you an exciting adventure into the world of filmmaking. This year’s festival will showcase 41 feature films representing more than 30 countries, including buzz-worthy dramas, thrillers, romances, comedies and documentaries.

The festival will kick off on Thursday, Nov. 5, at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. The opening-night celebration will feature the documentary “Landfill Harmonic,” which tells the inspiring story of Paraguay’s Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, the world-famous youth symphony that performs with instruments made from recycled trash. After the film, movie-goers will be able to see the Recycled Orchestra perform onstage and participate in an audience Q-and-A session.

After opening night, the festival returns to its longtime home at Harkins Shea 14 Theater in Scottsdale. With its stellar lineup of films featuring Academy Award-winning directors and actors, this year’s festival is one you don’t want to miss. Catch the Arizona premieres of “The Adderall Diaries” starring award winning actors James Franco and Ed Harris; “Hitchcock/Truffaut” directed by Academy Award winner Martin Scorsese; “Love the Coopers” starring John Goodman and Diane Keaton; and many more! 

Don’t miss the on-screen action at this year’s film festival! For more information and to purchase tickets, visit


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Sunday, October 4, 2015

[Football] Artichokes Fall Short Against Eastern Arizona College

The Scottsdale Community College Football team was edged out in a 21-17 loss to the Gila Monsters of Eastern Arizona College.

from Scottsdale Community College Athletics - News

Friday, October 2, 2015

Scottsdale Teaser

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