Su Vida visits 'Salsa Fest', because even in the summer, Phoenician's still crave the heat, only they like it in a bowl with a side of chips.
Concrete isn't just for sidewalks anymore. SlabHaus crafts one-of-a-kind concrete pieces that inspire and compliment the individuality of every client.
Living in the desert in the summer and working with molten glass may not sound like much fun, but for this glass artist, the ends justify the means.
Learn how JR and Vanessa are staying cool this month and all summer long with Operation 'Big Chill' on this episode.
Every Western story needs some 'bad guys' and the 'good guys' that stopped them dead in their tracks, like Wyatt Earp in a little town called, 'Tombstone.'
Charros are Mexican female riders who are preserving a tradition and doing it side-saddle! Learn more about the talented group Escaramuza on this segment of Su Vida.
If your idea of what the west was like is based on movies like Stage Coach or Fort Apache, then taking a look into the history of the west with a visit to Western Spirit, Scottsdale's Museum of the...
We've all heard of the Hopi and Navajo, but there's a community of people native to Mexico, the Yaqui Tribe, who are also working to preserve their tribe's culture and traditions.
JR and Vanessa visit Western Spirit, Scottsdale's Museum of the West, to celebrate our Western Heritage on this Su Vida especial.
Three Latin artists have opened a new studio and gallery space featuring their 'mucho mas' talents in Arizona. Learn more about these incredible artists and their works here.