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Verde Valley Balloons

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A Magical Adventure...You Should Do This! A HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE- you've got it on your "Bucket List". You stop and watch every time you see a hot air balloon in the sky, and you ask yourself: What is it like? Is it bumpy? Does the basket sway? ... Read full article

Fun Facts About Arizona

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Fun facts about Arizona - Did You Know? The Cleveland Indians and New York Giants were the first Major League Baseball teams to conduct spring training within Arizona (Tucson, 1947). Arizona is one of only two states that does not observe Daylight Sa... Read full article

Fine Arts - Thunderbird Artists

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THUNDERBIRD ARTISTS is the leading producer of award-winning fine art and wine festivals in the Southwest. Their mission is to promote fine arts and fine crafts, while supporting the artists, local merchants and surrounding communities. Each festival... Read full article

Hassayampa Inn

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THE HISTORIC HASSAYAMPA INN, located in beautiful downtown Prescott, Arizona, is celebrating its 90th year in business, and is proud to announce the implementation of our “support local” purchasing initiative.... Read full article

Elks Theatre and Performing Arts Center

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THE ELKS THEATRE building in Prescott, Arizona has been a lot of things to a lot of people. In the 112 years since the building was built, it has been a staple of the community...... Read full article

Prescott 365

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WHEN PLANNING A VACATION or weekend getaway, the resources seem endless when searching the Internet or by way of social media sites and hashtags.... Read full article

Southern Arizona

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The months of October through December are a great time to visit many diverse sites and attractions.... Read full article

True West. Real Adventure / Northern Arizona

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MILE-HIGH PRESCOTT the Arizona archetype with four mild seasons, an average annual daytime temperature of about 70 degrees, and more than 300 days of sunshine.... Read full article

Gilbert, Arizona

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GILBERT’S EARLIEST HOMESTEAD sold in 1891. Some farms were free if they homesteaded for five years and made land improvements, while others paid the government cash for land, which could be purchased for as little as 50 cents an acre.... Read full article

City of Mesa

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WITH THE CHANGING OF SEASONS brings visitors the opportunity to celebrate local harvests and holiday festivities in Mesa, Arizona. ... Read full article