Six Things to Do in Arizona This Spring

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By Amanda Cardini, Co-editor Spring seems to have sprung in Phoenix, with temperatures set to reach as high as 85 in the next week. Luckily, months of beautiful spring weather are what Phoenicians live for, here to remind us why we put up with triple digit temperatures in the summer. While the rest of the […]

A Tryst with Fossil Creek

By Makarand Gawade, Staff Writer I must admit that Fossil Creek is one of the most beautiful places I have been to in Arizona! I traveled to Phoenix for the first time in March 2014 for a Thunder-preview weekend. When I landed at Sky Harbor, I was depressed to see arid mountains all around; I […]

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

By Emma Livingston, Staff Writer Glenwood Springs, Colorado is finally coming into its own. Long overshadowed by Aspen, home of multimillion-dollar mansions where the rich and famous come to play just one hour to the south, Glenwood Springs is becoming a tourist destination in its own right. That’s just fine, according to Greg Greer, an […]

T-Birds Out of the Desert: Yosemite National Park

I flew the T-Bird coop on Thursday morning for an interview and stayed in California to spend Easter weekend.  It was so refreshing to be out the Glendale bubble and spend some time with friends and family in Yosemite. Growing up in CA, we spent many summers camping with friends in Yosemite National Park, hiking, […]