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Better Ball Position: Golf pro Scott Sackett discusses mastering the zero-path baseline, for straighter golf shots.

Better Ball Position Golf pro Scott Sackett discusses mastering the zero-path baseline, for straighter golf shots. A lot of playing great golf is about how you manage your game when you aren’t at your best. You can do this by finding your zero-path baseline while you’re playing. First,... Read More

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Restaurant Reviews: The Parlor Pizzeria, Stone & Vine, St. Francis

ON THE TABLE North Valley Magazine Managing Editor Sondra Barr tries out different restaurants and give you her opinion about the experience. Here’s her take on the food, ambience, and service at The Parlor Pizzeria, Stone & Vine, and St. Francis. The Parlor Pizzeria 1916 E. Camelback Rd.,... Read More

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Bag Lady: Creating functional purses in all in a day’s work for this Scottsdale mom

Bag Lady Creating functional purses is all in a day’s work for this Scottsdale mom. By Portia Wolff, for North Valley Magazine For JR Marriott, a 40-year-old mother of twins who’s lived in Scottsdale since 2001, the challenges of fulfilling a dream were more challenging than most. Diagnosed... Read More

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Mainstream Luxury: Introducing Acura’s New High-Tech Flagship, the 2014 RLX

Mainstream Luxury Introducing Acura’s New High-Tech Flagship, the 2014 RLX By Greg Rubenstein, for North Valley Magazine   As an all-new-for-2014 model, Acura is hoping its premium RXL sedan will attract savvy high-end buyers who favor technology over pure performance. Replacing the RL sedan, the RLX is much... Read More

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Money Matter: Is it just as easy to love a rich man as a poor man?

Money Matter: Is it just as easy to love a rich man as a poor man? Experience Will Make You Rich or God Bless the Chick Who’s Got Her Own Dear Lea, I’ve been single for almost seven years and am raising the last of my three children.... Read More

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The Dearings chime in: What some of their favorite––and not so favorite––things in the Valley

The Dearings chime in: What some of their favorite––and not so favorite––things in the Valley. Johnnie’s Chicago Style Pizza johnnieschicagostylepizza.com (602) 867-0811 Leeann: I am by nature a pizza person. Any pizza is pretty much good pizza in my mind. And I thought I knew every pizza place... Read More

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Rising Star: Arizona’s own country music singer-songwriter Destinee Quinn opens up

Rising Star: Country music singer-songwriter Destinee Quinn opens up about competing in local beauty pageants, appearing on NBC’s The Voice singing competition, and making it big in Nashville.  By Anissa Stringer “The feeling I got while on stage was indescribable.” “People dream of some sort of fame or... Read More

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The Scottsdale Arts Festival: Writer Julie Carlson goes behind the scenes of a long-time Valley event

The Scottsdale Arts Festival: Writer Julie Carlson goes behind the scenes of a long-time Valley event. 200 awe-inspiring artists from coast to coast 20 Arizona bands and entertainers to tap your toes to 12 mouth-watering gourmet food trucks 3 smile-inducing days of family-friendly fun Founded in 1971 by... Read More

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Inside Dish: Young culinary gun Chef Matthew Grunwald on what it takes to put together a television-ready recipe.

    Inside Dish: Young culinary gun Chef Matthew Grunwald on what it takes to put together a television-ready recipe. Matthew Grunwald regularly whips up original recipes for a television audience on Arizona Midday and Valley Dish segments. Since the age of 9, I have been cooking in... Read More

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