Don & Charlie’s Hotel reduces proposed Old Town footprint

A development agreement for Don & Charlie’s Hotel has been amended to reduce the bonus development standard for gross-floor-area ratio. On [...] Continue Reading →

An Independent examination of Museum Square: A proposed vision for Old Town emerges

Graphics, photos, maps and artist renderings of Arizona architecture, Old Town Scottsdale and development plans cover nearly ever inch of wall in [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Scottsdale’s fate lies in city leaders’ hands

A few days ago, while hiking solo on the Lost Dog Trail in Scottsdale’s mountains preserve, it felt like I was a million miles away from the City [...] Continue Reading →

Post: Is it Old Town Scottsdale or just an old town?

As a new resident of the city I thought the ability to walk to dining, shopping and for exercise would be an excellent change from being [...] Continue Reading →

Tool frontman opens wine bar in Old Town Scottsdale

From the farms, fields, pastures, vines and trees of Arizona, comes the newly opened Merkin Vineyards wine bar in Old Town Scottsdale. The [...] Continue Reading →

Campana: What will Scottsdale be without Saba’s Western Wear stores?

Quality Western Wear — You want quality? Mayor Herb Drinkwater wore Saba’s custom-made ostrich boots every day for 50 years. And I’ll bet [...] Continue Reading →

Origins of Scottsdale: Mexican families piece together Old Town history

Circled around a large wooden table, enjoying their morning coffee in a meeting room at a local church, a world of knowledge unknown to the [...] Continue Reading →

Tiki-themed Drunk Munk slated for grand opening

Scottsdale’s newest restaurant, Drunk Munk, has announced its official grand opening will run from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday, March 28. The tiki [...] Continue Reading →

Pejman: A parking disaster is coming to an Arts District near you

The Scottsdale Arts District is about enter the Twilight Zone. In the near future, available parking spaces in the Arts District will become a [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Museum Square, wait there’s more

In a recent article I highlighted the two most contentious issues voiced by the public concerning the Museum Square project — building [...] Continue Reading →