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  • Buy Arizona: Apache Fair Trade Cooperative

    There’s a lot of talk nowadays about buying local. Even within the sovereign Apache nations of Arizona, there is a great need to galvanize support for local businesses. more >

  • Third Annual Downtown Phoenix Pub Crawl

    Math isn’t my friend. It’s barely an acquaintance. But even I can do the math on the Phoenix Pub Crawl: 15 restaurants and bars for $12 per person. When you break it down, that comes to…80 cents per bar. more >

  • Business Owners See Green Potential in Bike Racks

    Bike racks are popping up in front of trendy restaurants and other places along the nearly one-year-old light rail line. Many business owners are realizing more people are using bicycles in connection with mass transit in an effort to clean our air. more >

  • Ode to a Phoenix

    I must be a glutton for punishment. My passion about Phoenix history burns hot like the Phoenix sun in July and as much as I love the heat, it can harm me if I’m not careful. Studying Phoenix history can do the same. more >

  • My First Experience at Matt’s Big Breakfast

    It is said that good things come in small packages. I do not mind small packages but when it comes to breakfast (lunch & dinner) I like big, greasy portions. To quote Ed O’Neil in the movie Dutch, “Nothing burps like bacon…” more >

  • Lessen Your Impact, Eat Locally Grown Food

    This week is No Impact Week: A challenge for people to live one-week with as little impact on the earth as possible. What does that mean? No trash, no online shopping, foregoing your vehicle and eating healthy food produced locally. more >

  • Artlinks First Fridays at Bentley’s Lounge in Phoenix – Nov. 2009-Jan. 2010

    The Artists of the Black Community/Arizona (A.B.C./AZ) will be hosting ARTLINKS FIRST FRIDAYS at Bentley's Lounge, 308 N. 2nd Ave., Phoenix from 6-10 PM in November, December and January 2010: more >

  • Royal at the Market Brews a Sustainable Business

    Today I took a break from my busy day to enjoy a latte at a small coffee bar located in the new Phoenix Public Market. Brewed to perfection and topped with a lovely decorative swirl, I instantly knew this was no ordinary caffeinated drink. more >

  • The Saguaro Tower

    Downtown Phoenix has been under a major renaissance and has at long last begun to live up to its name of mythical origin. The city is rising from the ashes and becoming something beautiful and powerful. I like the symbolism and am captivated with my romanticized version of what the City of Phoenix can become. more >

  • Welcome to Zombieland

    When I was a kid, my brother and I would root through our Halloween candy after a fierce night of trick or treating to identify the best of the stash. In short order we downed our favorite treats and entered…Zombieland... more >

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