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Shakespeare at 450: 5 Unique Spots to See The Bard's Works

by Graham Shelby. Posted Apr 23rd 2014 11:32 AM
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Today, William Shakespeare lovers celebrate the 450th anniversary of the immortal's Bard's birth. We thought we'd join in by showcasing some out-of-the-ordinary ways to experience the work of the man who wrote, "All the world's a stage."
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Phoenix Spring Break Crawl: Baseball Spring Training and Beyond

by Elise Riley. Posted Feb 28th 2014 08:00 PM
Spring Training baseball fans in Phoenix
Spring Training in Phoenix draws thousands of baseball fans each year. Photo: Greater Phoenix CVB
Spring isn't a season of rebirth in Phoenix -- it's the continuation of the party. Take in spring training games, head to a spa or golf the day away.
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Discover Something New at Home in Phoenix

by Elise Riley. Posted Dec 17th 2013 11:00 AM
Camelback Mountain shot at sunset in the valley of the sun located in Scottsdale and Phoenix,AZ
Set beneath the watchful eye of the Camel's Head, Arcadia looks much today like it did years ago. Good thing local business owners sneaked in some changes in the Camelback Mountain area sure to please your palate. Many tried-and-true favorites are still around, with a few surprises.
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Points of Interest: Florida Governor Misspeaks, Flight Passengers Get TB Scare

by Zach Everson. Posted Dec 3rd 2013 09:39 AM
Tourism Governor
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Florida's governor gets his facts wrong, plane passengers get a tuberculosis scare and six airports getting Wii lounges are today's points of interest:
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Foodie Neighborhood Spotlight: One Day in Downtown Phoenix

by Elise Riley. Posted Nov 6th 2013 01:27 PM
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Until recently, downtown Phoenix was merely a destination for sports fans. But, my, how times have changed. A vibrant nightlife scene, a thriving artists' community and an influx of creative chefs are making downtown the place to witness, taste and enjoy the culture of the Valley of the Sun. The neighborhood houses new high-rise hotels and boutique lodgings that cater to modern travelers. Plus, the Valley's new Metro Light Rail system takes visitors from the airport to downtown in minutes.

If your palate's primed for a day of pampering, check out our recommendations for a 24-hour feast for the senses in downtown Phoenix.
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