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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Green Mix: Healthy, Delicious, Affordable

Health has been, and continues to be, a very hot topic. Gyms and physical fitness programs are still as popular as ever. Coupled with quality of life concerns, food is now entering the forefront of healthier living. Schools are revising menus with a focus on nutritional needs. Eating habits that take wellness into consideration are >> Read More…

Value, Flavor High Points for The Prime Restaurant

A restaurant is more than a place to eat. In order for one to be the kind that merits repeat visits, it has to have several parts working together in harmony. Naturally, great food is a given in the equation. Without providing a culinary experience worth savoring, a restaurant becomes nothing more than a place >> Read More…

Exploring Digital Storage Options

The advent of smartphones, iPads and assorted types of tablet computers has dramatically altered how we communicate and store information. Today, many of us have more than one path to the internet. Storing personal information, files, videos, images and work related content requires consideration, particularly when syncing files and sharing data is involved. As devices >> Read More…

16th St. Buzz: Bees Knees and the Hive

Creativity is ultimately about transformation. Transforming raw materials into things greater than the sum of their parts is not confined to art. It is an essential ingredient in any urban revitalization program. This may explain, at least in part, the renaissance that is slowly and carefully turning 16th Street in downtown Phoenix into a cultural >> Read More…

The Breadfruit: Jamaican Food in the Art District

When Dwayne Allen wanted to share a piece of home with others, that desire would translate into a business. As it turned out, it would be on the front lines of a revitalization of a section of downtown Phoenix. Allen has a deep affection for the cuisine of his native Jamaica. And while he often >> Read More…

Wedge and Bottle: Wine, Cheese and More

A great idea doesn’t have to be new. When accessibility and adaptability meet, something old can be something fresh. For the owners of one Ahwatukee business, providing accessibility to an existing concept has become a venture that is being well received by those in the area and perhaps beyond. “Since we married, we talked about >> Read More…

Practical Art

Presenting visual art is a challenge. Just as daunting are the obstacles in selling it so that creators and buyers can locate each other. Taking a slightly different approach on how to showcase art, and in this case arts and crafts, one Phoenician concern has found a way to do so that achieves a balance >> Read More…

Chicanitas: Small Paintings With Power

For Cheech Marin’s collection at Mesa Art Center, “size doesn’t matter”…

Local Music Legend Continuing Kingston Trio Legacy

“Maybe it would be wise to try it for a year and see if something happens. We did, and the first year we had a million-selling hit,” recalled Bob Shane, a member of the legendary Kingston Trio and South Mountain resident. As effortlessly as the recounting of the roots of the group he and fellow >> Read More…

Iri’e Offers Taste of the Islands Without Leaving SoMo

There are three ingredients that make a neighborhood haunt something special.   The most important part of the equation is great food, not “OK” food, but spectacular cuisine.  Friendly, warm service and value—after all, who wants to hassle with high prices when you are looking for local establishment? These are the three essential elements common to >> Read More…

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