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Experience the powerful music and potent lyrics of Scott Weiland when Talking Stick Resort welcomes Scott Weiland-Purple at the Core Tour, Friday, ...
Bacon. Cake. Hot Pockets. Enjoy it all when comedian Jim Gaffigan brings his inane, absurdist humor to Scottsdale's Talking Stick Resort on Thursda...
Don't miss music legends The B-52's and the Go-Go's when they rock Scottsdale's Talking Stick Resort for one legendary concert, Friday, July 12th. ...
Despite desperate pleas to your higher power of choice, the summertime heat has, indeed, made its inevitable return to the Valley. And now that the blast furnace has been jacked up by Mother Nature, there are two schools of thought on how to deal... More »
We've been seeing a certain bumper sticker plastered to more than a few cars around Scottsdale as of late declaring "I Pool Parties." Said stickers were created by El Santo Cantina (in honor of its ne... More »
It was a fairly sizable turnout at Talking Stick Resort last night for the Chocolate and Wine Experience, the decadent Day 2 of the week-long Scottsdale Culinary Festival. True to title, the event of... More »
To those who were amped over FOX rebooting In Living Color in 2013, we are sorry to report that your dreams of drooling over a new crop of bootylicious Fly Girls are officially dashed.Eschew the sad lure of burying yourself in a DVD-watching... More »
Not a place you want to visit. Most casino attendees were losing money all day.
Try another casino if you can unless you just want to lose money. Seriously.
Go to VEGAS, your odds and payouts are MUCH BETTER. Don't waste your time here.
Very disappointed. Won't return to Talking Stick Casino anytime soon.
Vegas, baby. Er, Indian Bend, actually. Indian Bend and Loop 101, that is, where Sin City meets Scottsdale in the form of Talking Stick Resort, the swanky 15-story, 497-room casino that, especially by night, can make you feel like you've just taken an airport cab to one of the hipper spots on the Vegas strip, one of the places you won't see someone else's grandma sitting stone-faced, Pall Mall in one hand, while she hits the buttons on a Wheel of Fortune slot machine. Sure, they've got... More »
It may not be the Valley's most demanding course (actually two 18-hole courses, North and South), but this well-maintained facility on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, off Loop 101, is perfect for our scattershot game, especially in the summer, when prices drop from $175 to a cool $40 or so. The North Course has a hole, number 12, dubbed the Red Mountain Gambler, and with good reason -- there's no easy way to get there other than to hit two almost perfect shots. That is... More »
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