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Finding Filipino Food in Phoenix

5 Jun, 2011

Thai, Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Mexican… But, not once have I heard Filipino food as a plausible suggestion whenever it’s “let’s…

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Lake Havasu

1 Jun, 2011

Lake Havasu, the self-proclaimed “Watercraft Capital of the World,” is located on the Colorado River’s reservoir on the border of…

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Tombstone

31 May, 2011

After being nicknamed “The Town Too Tough To Die,” it’s no surprise that Tombstone in southern Arizona is still very…

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Grand Canyon

31 May, 2011

The Grand Canyon is Arizona’s greatest tourist destination. With countless outdoor activities and a fascinating history, it attracts over five…

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White Mountains

27 May, 2011

There is never a shortage of activities in the White Mountains, which include the communities of Show Low, Pinetop-Lakeside, Snowflake,…

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New Retail And Restaurants To Attract People To Dowtown Phoenix

27 May, 2011

With the opening of CityScape at One E. Washington St., Downtown Phoenix now has an urban-style, mixed-use development where people…

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The Arrogant Butcher Leaves Patrons 
Feeling Welcomed And Satisfied

19 May, 2011

After dining at enough eateries in my life that have rude waiters and sub-par cuisine, I was wary to spend…

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A Weekend In Cave Creek

18 May, 2011

Halfway through the college semester, we found ourselves bombarded with the burdens of homework, part-time jobs, and clubs. Needless to…

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iPic Theaters, The Luxury Experience On A Budget

7 May, 2011

Since its recent opening, iPic Theaters — located in Scottsdale Quarter — has been creating a local escape with a…

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Bonfire Grill And Bar: A Modern Twist On An Arizona Pastime

28 Apr, 2011

Gather around the Bonfire for some wood-fired comfort food, great company and, of course, mouth-watering s’mores – but eliminate the…

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