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  • Talking Stick Resort Arena (formerly US Airways Center)

    Talking Stick Resort Arena (formerly US Airways Center)

    201 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

    Valley can-do man Jerry Colangelo built it in 1992, and they've come in droves to watch pro sports (including the NBA's Suns, the WNBA's Mercury, the NHL's Coyotes and the Arena Football League's Rattlers), concerts, monster truck rallies, religious revivals and other touring events at the 18,422-capacity facility. More >>

  • Tempe Diablo Stadium

    Tempe Diablo Stadium

    2200 W. Alameda Drive Tempe, AZ 85282

  • P. Ben Arredondo Sports Complex

    P. Ben Arredondo Sports Complex

    8401 S. Hardy Drive Tempe, AZ 85284
    480-350-5200 Named in honor of P. Ben Arredondo’s 16 years of service as a member of the Tempe City Council, the 60-acre P. Ben Arredondo Sports Complex offers ball fields, soccer fields a dog park and skate park to Tempe locals. Of all the features, the dog park may be one of the best draws since it's a gigantic park that's almost always well-kept and well-populated. More >>

  • Tempe Town Lake

    Tempe Town Lake

    620 N. Mill Ave. Tempe, AZ 85281
    480-350-8625 This gateway to Tempe is practically a town unto itself. It’s home to an historic baseball field that plays host to softball games and carnival rides, as well as the Splash Playground, a one-acre water park that actually collects the water your kids are playing in, then filters, cleans, and re-circulates it in a state-of-the-art system. An amphitheater accommodates 5,000 people for concerts and outdoor trade shows. Completed in 1999, Tempe Town Lake is nearly two miles long and surrounded by a park and business and residential highrises that look out over the fun of fishing (the lake is stocked with rainbow trout and largemouth bass from November through February), boating, and even an excursion called the Rio Salado Cruise. Annual events at the lake include the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl New Year's Eve Block Party, the Tempe Music Festival, the APS Fantasy of Lights, and a Fourth of July fireworks that’s the biggest and brightest in the valley. More >>

  • Ten-No-Kishi Dojo

    12201 N. 64th St. Scottsdale, AZ 85254

  • Terravita Golf And Country Club

    34034 N. 69th Way Scottsdale, AZ 85266

  • Title Boxing Club

    5037 E. Ray Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85044

  • TLC Field

    20040 Norma Road Eloy, AZ 85131

  • Toka Sticks Golf Course

    Toka Sticks Golf Course

    6910 E. Williams Field Road Mesa, AZ 85212

  • TopGolf

    9500 E. Indian Bend Rd. Scottsdale, AZ 85256

  • Tough Lotus

    3050 N. Dobson Road Chandler, AZ 85224

  • Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale

    Tournament Players Club of Scottsdale

    17020 N. Hayden Road Scottsdale, AZ 85255
    480-585-4334 Chances are, you're not good enough to play at TPC Scottsdale, and you have no business ever setting foot on the course to do anything but watch the pros. Be that as it may, it's fun to pretend, and in the summer you can pretend on the cheap. For $65, you can play where the pros play and enjoy all the bells and whistles of a PGA Tour course. If $65 for a few hours of golf doesn't seem like a bargain, look at it this way: To play the same course in December, it's gonna run you about $300. More >>

  • Trek Bicycles of West Phoenix

    13085 W. McDowell Rd. Avondale, AZ 85392

  • Trilogy at Encanterra

    Trilogy at Encanterra

    1035 E. Combs Road Queen Creek, AZ 85240

  • Trilogy at Vistancia

    Trilogy at Vistancia

    27980 N. Trilogy Blvd. Peoria, AZ 85383

  • Trilogy Golf Club at Power Ranch

    4369 E. Village Parkway Gilbert, AZ 85297

  • Trilogy Golf Club at Vistancia

    12575 W. Golf Club Drive Peoria, AZ 85383

  • Troon North Golf Course

    Troon North Golf Course

    10320 E. Dynamite Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85262
    480-585-5300 Most of the super-luxe courses in the Valley are super-private, but a few will let you on the links if you have the cash. We asked our favorite golfer for his favorite course — price being no object — and he didn't hesitate to spew out verbiage worthy of a Madison Avenue public relations firm: "Troon North," came the immediate response. "The service is outstanding; all employees are well-trained and appreciate great customer service. The course is in incredible shape, tee to green. The fairways are immaculate, the sand traps well-manicured, and putts roll on the fast greens true to the line. The views of Pinnacle Peak and Four Peaks are spectacular." We're sold, and we don't even like to golf. Maybe that's because it really is all about the course — of course. More >>

  • True Hot Yoga

    14676 N. Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85260

  • Tuff Traxx Model Car Racing

    9333 E. Apache Trail Mesa, AZ 85207

  • Tumbleweed Recreation Center

    Tumbleweed Recreation Center

    745 E. Germann Road Chandler, AZ 85286
    480-782-2900 Looking for a unique play experience for your kids? Then head to Playtopia, the newest addition to Tumbleweed Park in Chandler. Based on the region's history, Playtopia is a collection of three themed playgrounds. Your junior 4-Hers will enjoy Farmland, a huge agri-inspired play structure housed under a giant barn roof. Cityland has an urban theme and includes tot-sized streets, buses, fire trucks and playhouses. In Critterland, your kids can romp on a giant Gila monster or dig for dinosaur bones. If you're a traditionalist, don't worry: Playtopia's still got the basics, like swings, slides, picnic ramadas, and BBQs. So it's not the real thing, but it's the closest you'll get without the cow poop, road rash, or venomous biting creatures. More >>

  • Tumbleweed Center for Youth Development

    1419 N. 3rd St. Phoenix, AZ 85004

  • Turf Paradise

    Turf Paradise

    1501 W. Bell Road Phoenix, AZ 85023
    602-942-1101 Take a break from the strip malls, the freeways, the dog eat dog of the real world, and break for the ponies. Few things in life are as satisfying as leaning against the fence at the finish line, nursing a drink and looking left to catch the first glimpse of the pack coming home. If your horse finishes out of the money, no big deal. There's always the next race -- and plenty of beer. Anyway, gambling isn't the point. It's the fresh air, the scent of the stables, the tight jeans the escort riders wear as they guide the thoroughbreds to the gate. There's enough superstition in the air to fill 10 Bank One Ballparks. Dare you wager on a pony called U R Toast, or is Notanotherskidmark the safer choice? More >>