Phoenix is starting to say goodbye to chain restaurants and hello to locally owned establishments. “We’ve really emerged as a culinary destination,” R.J. Price, vice president of marketing and events for Downtown Phoenix Inc., said. The award-winning chef and owner, Chris Bianco, brought New York-style
Phoenix is a rising star in the Valley of the Sun. With a strong sense of community, a developing downtown, and a growing arts and culinary scene, the desert city is in the middle of a cultural renaissance. Although most people may not think of Phoenix as much of a cultural hot spot, those who live
As a professional athlete, Luis Gonzalez moved around a lot, but Phoenix has always felt like home to him. The Diamondbacks legend, who is also a senior adviser to the president and CEO of the team, came to Phoenix in 1999. “I feel attached to the fans and the people here,” Gonzalez said.
If you’re looking to sample culture from around the world, without ever leaving the country, then look no further than Queens, N.Y. Boasting a diverse community with residents from over 100 countries, a new influx of tourists have come to realize that Queens offers a potpourri of cuisine, art and lifestyle
Just over the East River of Manhattan lies one of the most ethnically diverse areas in the world. As any local can tell you, Queens has become New York City’s fastest-growing borough, with a recent influx of new families, young professionals and businesses both large and small. It offers a healthy
After losing her son, Christopher, in the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, Christine Leinonen works to ensure that such attacks never happen again.