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For more than 40 years, PHOENIX has explored the Valley of the Sun through articles on travel, shopping, food, fashion, home, health, and local residents. Use the publication's top-notch coverage to discover the ideal birthday gift for Grandma—a surprise hike in the Mazatzal Wilderness, or a much-needed neck replacement from one of the area's top doctors. In addition to leisure activities and professional profiles, PHOENIX magazine's staff of experienced writers and editors also provides coverage of news-making current events. Recent articles have included a list of 2010's great "Summer Getaways" and construction details of Copenhaver Castle, a multi-million dollar mansion built into the side of Camelback Mountain. Over the past 10 years, the Arizona Press Club has awarded PHOENIX with a mansion mantelpiece's worth of honors for excellence in lifestyle reporting, environmental reporting, and sports reporting, among other awards.
Whether you're looking to escape Phoenix for a stay on a smoke-monster-less tropical paradise, or you just want to learn about some of the area's best people, places, and things, PHOENIX magazine has much to offer. Delve into glossy-paged glory with a year's worth of issues, ideal for cozying up with come the snowfalls of winter.
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Filled with insightful reporting and eye-catching photography, the glossy pages of Phoenix Magazine broadcasts the latest in Valley news and trends to more than 385,000 readers. Armed with monthly print issues or digital access, subscribers zero in on new places to shop or dine out, the best place to buy a house, or top-rated health professionals to ask about that spot on their elbow that looks weirdly like their late grandmother Ethel. Annual Best of the Valley issues crown the area's best-loved sushi restaurants, Indian buffets, live music venues, and bands, as well as local celebrities.
Phoenix Magazine also publishes several themed supplements throughout the year. The special Medical Directory compiles information on over 7,000 different physicians, helping readers take charge of their health, while the yearly Arizona Travel Guide helps to plan vacations with features on destinations such as the Grand Canyon or Tubac.