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  • 3rd Ave and Washington St

    N. 3rd Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85001

  • Accent Limo Service

    2810 S. 24th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-904-6232

    http://www.transaccent.com

  • Altitude Aerials and Dance Co.

    402 W. Monroe St. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    480-202-7511

    http://www.altitudeaerials.com In addition to being a serious art form, circus acrobatics has become a trendy way to stay fit, and in downtown Phoenix, this total-body practice is made accessible for both athletes and fitness newbies alike. Class levels start with beginner aerial yoga, practiced in a safe, comfortable hammock to encourage development of basic strength, flexibility, and spatial awareness. To get a feel for flight, introductory series in acrobatics help students get comfortable on performance apparatuses like silks, rope, and trapeze. And, for those who dream of running away to join a traveling circus show — dancing high above the cheering crowd, suspended on a spinning metal hoop — Altitude offers higher-level instruction to fine-tune acrobatic technique and learn daring mid-air drops. Director Nicole Crist has a background in jazz and modern dance and first took to the sky in 2005, studying with top performers in NYC. She returned to Phoenix last year to bring aerial acrobatics to Arizona and teach, collaborate, and choreograph this exciting movement art in her safe, supportive studio. More >>

  • AMF Christown Lanes

    AMF Christown Lanes

    1919 W. Bethany Home Road Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-249-1715

    http://www.amf.com From its retro angular roof to its neon lights, Christown Lanes looks like a throwback to bowling's 1950s heyday. But once inside, the 48 shining synthetic lanes designed to enhance the "hook and spin" bowler's game boldly proclaim that Christown is still at the forefront of the Valley's bowling renaissance. The ultra-clean alley sports new carpet, spotless restrooms, and a snack bar. Even better: non-smoking lanes. But there is also plenty of room for getting rowdy at the pool tables in The Legends nightclub featuring karaoke on Friday nights. The lanes host regional Professional Bowlers Association tournaments and the popular Strike Force Tour, and have leagues for kids to seniors. It's rock 'n' roll time on Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. when black lights and strobes enshroud the lanes for Extreme Bowling ($14 for two and a half hours, including shoes). Reservations are recommended. More >>

  • Arch Gym

    1550 W. Colter St. Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-230-2226

    http://www.archaz.org

  • Arizona Recreational Center for the Handicapped

    1550 W. Colter Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-230-2226

    http://www.archaz.org

  • Arizona Senior Olympics Office

    2705 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-495-5490

    http://www.seniorgames.org

  • Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum

    1826 W. McDowell Road Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-258-6711

    http://www.azstatefair.com

  • AZ RBI Academy

    19 S. 10th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-819-4233

    https://www.urbanyouthathleticassociation.org

  • Chase Field

    Chase Field

    401 E. Jefferson St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-462-6000

    http://www.azchasefield.com/ In the heart of downtown Phoenix sits Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks since 1998. The stadium was the first in the United States built with a retractable roof and can hold nearly 50,000 visitors at any given time. It offers a natural grass playing surface and nearly a quarter mile of concession stand area, as well as a suite level and upper concourse. At its highest point the Chase Field roof rises 255-feet in the air and can open and close in less than five minutes – to its own music composed to the exact time needed to open or close, for that matter. Other popular dinning and concession offerings include the All-You-Can-Eat section, Arizona Baseball Blub buffet and Friday's Front Row. In addition to hosting all regular season Arizona Diamondbacks home games, Chase Field has held events including the 2011 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, 2006 World Baseball Classic Opening Round, the Insight Bowl and AMA Supercross and Monster Jam Series. More >>

  • Dance Starz Studio

    5555 N. 7th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014

  • Encanto 9 Golf Course

    Encanto 9 Golf Course

    2300 N. 17th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-262-6870

    http://www.phoenix.gov/recreation/rec/facilities/golf/golfcourses/encanto9/ So you're sick of the grind -- the tough morning commute, the uptight boss, the boring gig. And you like to whack the little white ball around now and then. Then why wait for the weekend, when there's so many other things facing you? The Encanto courses may not be as challenging or as beautiful as any of the fancier tracks to the north (we've heard of Troon, mind you). But if you can spare a few hours for nine decent holes with the goofy sticks, you won't go wrong with this venerable city course. The price doesn't hurt -- no more than a sandwich and a fancy Starbucks drink -- and the relaxation factor is incalculable. We know a prosecutor who routinely strips down to a tee shirt at lunchtime and slips over to the driving range to hit a large bucket or two. Then he drives back downtown and returns to his job of sending people to prison. See? It works. More >>

  • Encanto Golf Course

    Encanto Golf Course

    2745 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85007
    602-253-3963

    http://www.phoenix.gov/recreation/rec/facilities/golf/golfcourses/encanto/ There's nothing like passing a summer day at Encanto, where the greens are flat as prairieland and our confidence is as high as it gets. Except for a few thirsty-looking trees, there's little to get in our way except the carts and bodies of other players. Fore!We love Encanto's treasure of esteem-building par threes and fours, and the fact that the course is accessible to the masses, smack in the middle of town. But it's those City of Phoenix greens fees that keeps us coming back. More >>

  • Octane Raceway

    Octane Raceway

    317 S. 48th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-302-7223

    http://www.octaneraceway.com We haven't broken out the measuring tape, so we'll have to take Octane Raceway's word that it's the largest indoor kart-racing facility in the United States. It certainly looks large. Even the check-in area is big. Two race tracks can hold 50 drivers at a time. We have to be patient because we know we'll get our 12 minutes on the track, same as everyone else. We can always have a beer in the lounge to ease the wait for the next race. The anticipation is still stressful, though, because the races are competitive. A printout after each match shows your time and where you placed against other drivers. More >>

  • Fiesta Bowl Parade

    Central Ave. at Montebello Phoenix, AZ 85004
    480-350-0900

    http://www.fiestabowl.org

  • Flip Dunk Sports

    1515 E. Bethany Home Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-277-0067

    http://www.flipdunksports.com/

  • Gold's Gym

    1 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004
    602-368-1221

    http://www.goldsgym.com/downtownaz

  • Harmon Park Gymnasium

    1239 S. Fifth Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-262-6898

    http://www.phoenix.gov

  • Harmon Pool

    1239 S. Fifth Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-262-6898

  • Hoy Stadium

    1202 W. Thomas Road Phoenix, AZ 85013
    602-285-7800

  • K1 Speed

    K1 Speed

    2425 S. 21st St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
    602-275-5278

    http://www.k1speed.com/phoenix-location.html When local off-road racer "Pistol" Pete Sohren closed his Speedway indoor kart-racing business, Valley go-kart enthusiasts weren't left with many options — that is, until national chain K1 Speed opened a Phoenix location in the old Speedway building. Visitors can now enjoy all the medium-octane (45 miles per hour, max) excitement of whizzing around an indoor track on a go-kart — minus noxious exhaust fumes. All K1's karts are electric, which means you can race with a group of friends, and spectators won't have to shout at each other or gag on the smell of gas. As a company, K1 has credibility — professional racer Boris Said is a co-owner — and the tracks are designed to mimic those in NASCAR. Plus, the lobby is pretty pimp, all decked out in custom paintings of cars, chrome siding, and shiny arcade racing games, with plenty of black leather couches and chairs for resting after the big race. More >>

  • Lincoln Family Phoenix Downtown YMCA

    Lincoln Family Phoenix Downtown YMCA

    350 N. First Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85003
    602-257-5138

    http://www.valleyymca.org/branch/index.cfm?bid=09 Who wants to dress to impress for a workout? Who wants to pay big bucks for the privilege of getting sweaty in public? And who really thinks that prestige matters when it comes to pumping iron? Nobody here, obviously. The Y is an ego-free oasis of self-improvement, and if its diverse membership wasn't so darn friendly and outgoing, you might never be able to tell the secretaries from the attorneys, or the techies from the art gallery owners. Camaraderie usually stems from butt-kickin' yet fun classes such as hatha yoga, Cycle Reebok or power step, but even if you're a loner who shows up to do some time on the treadmill or in the weight room, you'll be part of a community before long. More >>

  • Longview Neighborhood Recreation Center

    Longview Neighborhood Recreation Center

    4040 N. 14th St. Phoenix, AZ 85014
    602-534-6570

    http://www.phoenix.gov/parks/longview.html

  • P3 Platinum Palace Pool Hall

    136 E. Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85004-2341
    602-253-8300

  • Palo Verde Golf Course

    Palo Verde Golf Course

    6215 N. 15th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85015
    602-249-9930

    http://www.phoenix.gov/SPORTS/paloverd.html

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