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Scottsdale magazine to return from 3-year hiatus

Nov 15, 2013, 6:50 AM

PHOENIX — Scottsdale magazine will return to newsstands Friday for the first time since 2010.

“It is big, it is bad, it is beautiful and has great content,” said publisher Michael Hiatt. “It’s coming back with a vengeance and then some.”

In a press release, the publication said it will engage an active, successful, influential and affluent local audience. The magazine will highlight shopping, dining, entertainment, real estate and the city’s social scene.

The company behind the magazine, Atlanta-based Modern Luxury, also publishes magazines for Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York and Miami, to name a few.

To request a copy, email Hiatt at mhiatt@modernluxury.com.

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