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  • Time for a ROAD TRIP!

    Time for a ROAD TRIP!

    With so much to explore in Arizona, it’s hard to narrow down the list of cities, towns, and villages to visit, but we’ve picked a handful that are definitely worth your time and money. From the Editors Head South! Tombstone …
  • A Thrilla of a Villa

    A Thrilla of a Villa

    It took tearing this house apart and starting over to make it the showpiece it is today. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF Ron and Patsy Sable already felt like they were part …
  • Much to Do … In San Diego!

    Much to Do … In San Diego!

    THROUGHOUT 2019, SAN DIEGO CELEBRATES ITS FOUNDING 250 YEARS AGO as the first settlement of Alta California. Old Town San Diego, which was the original location of the mission and the presidio that started it all, will be the site …
  • Masterful Makeover

    Masterful Makeover

    Beautiful landscaping that flourishes throughout the seasons is only part of the appeal of this oasis. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF If you visit Eileen and Robert Durazo’s Foothills home, you’ll enter a stately courtyard, at the …
  • Summer in Scottsdale

    Summer in Scottsdale

    WITH SO MANY REASONS TO VISIT THE Scottsdale/Phoenix area this summer, it can be difficult to pin down an itinerary. We have a few suggestions for things to see and do in the Valley of the Sun. From the Editors …
  • July Gardening Calendar

    July Gardening Calendar

    Monsoon rains help quench the thirst of summer plants. PLANTING Set out heat-tolerant seasonal color blooms such as cosmos, gaillardia, gazania, globe amaranth, lisianthus, periwinkle and zinnia. Put in warm-season vegetables such as Armenian cucumbers, black-eyes peas, corn, tepary beans, …
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  • July Gardening Calendar

    July Gardening Calendar

    Monsoon rains help quench the thirst of summer plants. PLANTING Set out heat-tolerant seasonal color blooms such as cosmos, gaillardia, gazania, globe amaranth, lisianthus, periwinkle and zinnia. Put in warm-season vegetables such as Armenian cucumbers, black-eyes peas, corn, tepary beans, …
  • Masterful Makeover

    Masterful Makeover

    Beautiful landscaping that flourishes throughout the seasons is only part of the appeal of this oasis. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF If you visit Eileen and Robert Durazo’s Foothills home, you’ll enter a stately courtyard, at the …
  • A Thrilla of a Villa

    A Thrilla of a Villa

    It took tearing this house apart and starting over to make it the showpiece it is today. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF Ron and Patsy Sable already felt like they were part of the neighborhood when they …
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Latest Posts
  • July Gardening Calendar

    July Gardening Calendar

    Monsoon rains help quench the thirst of summer plants. PLANTING Set out heat-tolerant seasonal color blooms such as cosmos, gaillardia, gazania, globe amaranth, lisianthus, periwinkle and zinnia. Put in warm-season vegetables such as Armenian cucumbers, black-eyes peas, corn, tepary beans, …
  • Masterful Makeover

    Masterful Makeover

    Beautiful landscaping that flourishes throughout the seasons is only part of the appeal of this oasis. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF If you visit Eileen and Robert Durazo’s Foothills home, you’ll enter a stately courtyard, at the …
  • A Thrilla of a Villa

    A Thrilla of a Villa

    It took tearing this house apart and starting over to make it the showpiece it is today. BY ROMI CARRELL WITTMAN PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBIN STANCLIFF Ron and Patsy Sable already felt like they were part of the neighborhood when they …