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  • The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

    The Westin Kierland Resort & Spa

    6902 E. Greenway Parkway Scottsdale, AZ 85254
    480-624-1000

    http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1386 There are resorts, and then there are resorts like this magnificent Scottsdale destination. Ten—count them!—restaurants, a luxurious spa, upscale accommodations, and a water park featuring a 110-foot water slide to keep the kids busy while you lounge by the pool or head over to the Kierland Flowrider to (no kidding!) grab a surfboard and ride the waves. If you want to join your kids, there’s the Family FUN Program, offering age-appropriate activities for kids of all ages; if you want them gone for the day, Westin Kierland Resort and Spa offers kid-themed day camps, as well. This pet-friendly resort also features a championship golf course and an award-winning spa called Agave, where traditional Native American treatments handed down from Arizona’s many cultures of healing can be had. Chill. More >>

  • Westside Les

    Westside Les's

    6618 W. Olive Ave. Glendale, AZ 85302
    623-939-8270

  • WestWorld of Scottsdale

    WestWorld of Scottsdale

    16601 N. Pima Road Scottsdale, AZ 85260
    480-312-6802

    http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/westworld

  • The Wigwam Resort & Golf Club

    The Wigwam Resort & Golf Club

    300 Wigwam Blvd. Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
    623-935-3811

    http://www.wigwamresort.com

  • Women

    Women's Club of Mesa

    200 N. McDonald Mesa, AZ 85201
    480-898-0599

  • Wrigley Mansion

    Wrigley Mansion

    2501 E. Telawa Trail Phoenix, AZ 85016
    602-955-4079

    http://www.wrigleymansionclub.com Chewing gum -- and the man most closely identified with the sticky-sweet stuff, William Wrigley Jr. -- built this lovely, 1930s-vintage manse that overlooks the area surrounding the Arizona Biltmore from atop a patrician, 100-foot bluff; the palatial digs were a golden-wedding-anniversary present from WW to his wife, Ada. Prepackaged meat by-product keeps the place going, though, in the form of Geordie Hormel, the so-called "Son of Spam," who's turned the facility into a private club and formal eatery. More >>

  • Yucca Tap Room

    Yucca Tap Room

    29 W. Southern Ave. Tempe, AZ 85282
    480-967-4777

    http://www.yuccatap.com Tucked away in a grungy Tempe strip mall, this laidback dive bar evokes a small-town atmosphere with its crowd of working-class regulars. But despite its somewhat grimy appearance, the Yucca Tap is arguably one of the more popular live music joints in the PHX, and with good reason. College kids turn out in droves for Rockaroake night every Wednesday, as well as the rollicking open-mic night on Mondays. A more diverse bunch shows up for the weekly Valley Fever bluegrass and country affair every Sunday. It's even got an adjacent craft beer and premium whiskey lounge next door to the main bar, filled with a slew of top-shelf spirits, as well as arcade games and pool tables. Meanwhile, countless local rock, indie, and Americana acts have graced the elevated stage over the past decade, including the likes of Authority Zero, Miniature Tigers, The Necronauts, and Minibosses. And the best part about the place? There's never, ever a cover. More >>

  • Zia Record Exchange

    Zia Record Exchange

    105 W. University Drive Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-829-1967

    http://www.ziarecords.com Record collectors and plain old music fans alike love this local used CD shop, founded in 1980 in Phoenix, and now boasting eight locations in Tucson, Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler, and Las Vegas. Zia has long been a music Mecca for starving artists and broke college students, and carries thousands of used titles, from death metal to country, as well as brand-new product at lower-than-list prices. Low on cash? No problem, at Zia. Just bring along a handful of your old CDs and trade ’em in. While you’re there, pick up a new issue of Rolling Stone, or an old issue of Crawdaddy, or a stack of flyers promoting the latest local live bands playing out this weekend. The friendly, music-savvy staff will be happy to help you find that elusive Kinks compilation, or to turn you on to new tunes you didn’t know existed. Anyone can download music, but at Zia, you can hang out and jaw about it, too. More >>

  • Zia Record Exchange

    Zia Record Exchange

    2510 W. Thunderbird Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-866-7867

    http://www.ziarecords.com Record collectors and plain old music fans alike love this local used CD shop, founded in 1980 in Phoenix, and now boasting eight locations in Tucson, Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler, and Las Vegas. Zia has long been a music Mecca for starving artists and broke college students, and carries thousands of used titles, from death metal to country, as well as brand-new product at lower-than-list prices. Low on cash? No problem, at Zia. Just bring along a handful of your old CDs and trade ’em in. While you’re there, pick up a new issue of Rolling Stone, or an old issue of Crawdaddy, or a stack of flyers promoting the latest local live bands playing out this weekend. The friendly, music-savvy staff will be happy to help you find that elusive Kinks compilation, or to turn you on to new tunes you didn’t know existed. Anyone can download music, but at Zia, you can hang out and jaw about it, too. More >>

  • Zia Record Exchange

    Zia Record Exchange

    1940 W. Chandler Blvd. Chandler, AZ 85224
    480-857-4942

    http://www.ziarecords.com Record collectors and plain old music fans alike love this local used CD shop, founded in 1980 in Phoenix, and now boasting eight locations in Tucson, Phoenix, Tempe, Chandler, and Las Vegas. Zia has long been a music Mecca for starving artists and broke college students, and carries thousands of used titles, from death metal to country, as well as brand-new product at lower-than-list prices. Low on cash? No problem, at Zia. Just bring along a handful of your old CDs and trade ’em in. While you’re there, pick up a new issue of Rolling Stone, or an old issue of Crawdaddy, or a stack of flyers promoting the latest local live bands playing out this weekend. The friendly, music-savvy staff will be happy to help you find that elusive Kinks compilation, or to turn you on to new tunes you didn’t know existed. Anyone can download music, but at Zia, you can hang out and jaw about it, too. More >>

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