Wednesday, December 23, 2015
Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Friday, December 18, 2015
It’s never too early to scout out some beautiful cars that will be at the 2016 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction. Last years auction saw sales at over $100 million dollars and this years could easily top that! Check out some of the cars already scheduled to go across the block in January:
“With just 78 total units produced, the Saleen 7 is one of the rarest supercars ever produced. Of those 78, the S7 offered here is the first of only four naturally aspirated S7s built with the optional “Competition” Saleen Performance upgrade package, according to Saleen records. With a carbon-fiber body, race-spec chassis and 625hp 7.0-liter Ford V8, it is as quick as it is rare.”
“This convertible is equipped with the original matching-numbers L78 396/425hp big block with an M20 4-speed manual transmission. Additional features include power windows, power brakes, finned aluminum knock-off wheels, AM/FM radio, seat headrests and restored teakwood steering wheel.”
“Completely custom, chopped 1952 Willys pickup. No expense was spared in the amazing transformation of this one-of-a-kind custom pickup. The work was done in Scottsdale, AZ, with collaboration from the area’s top customization shops. The interior was completely custom-fabricated.”
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Celebration of Fine Art marks its 26th anniversary this year, celebrating artists and art lovers in Scottsdale. Open daily from January 16 – March 27, the Celebration gives you the opportunity to see over a hundred artists’ creations come to life right before your eyes. You can meet the artists, discuss their work and purchase pieces directly from them during the show. You’ll be amazed by the caliber of art available and the welcoming attitude of the artists.
This year, take part in the Art Discovery Series and discover the inspiration, techniques and stories behind the creation of art! The informative panel discussions and demonstrations take place each Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., where artists will cover a range of topics from abstract art to wearable pieces, plus collaboration, mixed media, art history and more. Enjoy complimentary wine and cheese while learning about these current themes that are both challenging and propelling modern-day artists.
Admission is just $10 and your ticket is valid for the entire season. So, you can purchase one ticket and come back again and again and again to see the work transform over the show’s 10-week run. Learn more about the event at www.CelebrateArt.com
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Thursday, December 17, 2015
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Wednesday, December 16, 2015
The Scottsdale Community College Football team had three of their members sign their letters of intent to continue their careers at 4-year universities.
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Monday, December 14, 2015
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When you’re in an environment like the Sonoran Desert, every moment seems like a photo opp. This is especially true during sunset. Following are some of the best places to see a sunset in Scottsdale. Don’t forget that camera!
Once the winter home of famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin West is now a museum and working architectural school. Guided tours, which take you through Wright’s working and living spaces, are offered on a daily basis. Visit in the late afternoon or book the 2-hour Night Lights tour and you’ll enjoy views of Scottsdale’s twinkling city lights as the sun sets.
Prompted by a growth spurt in the 70s and 80s, Scottsdale citizens voted to preserve nearly one-third of city land as the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. A true desert oasis, the Preserve offers some of the best hiking in town and is a prime spot for outdoor enthusiasts who want to catch a glimpse of wildlife. You haven’t lived until you’ve seen the Sonoran Desert’s flush of vibrant purples, greens, and reds come to life just before sunset at the Preserve.
Scottish bagpipes signal the end of the day at The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa. Professional bagpiper Michael McClanathan calls in golfers off the course at sunset with his melodic Old World Scotland tunes. Even if you’re not golfing, you can still kick back with an ice-cold margarita at the Dreamweaver Canyon fire pit and watch as the sun dips below a warm desert horizon.
This chic lounge on the 14th floor of the Talking Stick Resort & Spa boasts unparalleled views of Camelback Mountain and the surrounding Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Besides jaw-dropping views, Degree 270 also is known for its live entertainment, dance floor, and regular drink specials. So, it’s not your traditional “sunset spot,” but it’s definitely worth a visit!
On top of the tower at the Hotel Valley Ho marks the spot for one of the best views in Scottsdale. Looking over Camelback mountain and the west valley, the view is sure to make your night. City lights and mountain views, what more could you want?
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Saturday, December 5, 2015
The Scottsdale Community College Fighting Artichokes Football team has won the 2105 Valley of the Sun Bowl over the Central Lakes College Raiders by a final score of 42-34.
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015
The Scottsdale Community College Football team has had a lot of success this season from their big Offensive Line that continues to be consistent.
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