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Poutine around Phoenix

Five Places Around Phoenix for Poutine

Poutine around Phoenix By Daisy Finch   Hungry for Canadian cuisine? There are plenty of joints around the Valley to try our northern neighbor’s signature dish: poutine! Not sure what that is? It’s French fries topped with...
Zoppè Family Circus

Giovanni Zoppé rejuvenates his circus with new ringmaster, trapeze act

Zoppè Family Circus By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   A sixth-generation circus performer, Giovanni Zoppé is a fan of mixing up his show each year. The 2017 Zoppé: A Italian Family Circus show, which comes to the Chandler Center...
Lindsey Stirling

Gilbert’s Lindsey Stirling has plenty to be thankful for this holiday season

By Catherine Hathaway   Lindsey Stirling is a master multitasker. Onstage, the Gilbert native plays the violin like a champ and captivates audiences with her unique EDM style on a traditionally classic instrument. Offstage, she is...
Mora Italian

From Pipes to Pizza: Plumbing took a back seat to Scott Conant culinary...

Mora Italian By Laura Stoddard   Chef Scott Conant is something of a nomad. With restaurants from Las Vegas to New York, constant public appearances and a steadily expanding brand to cultivate, the Chopped judge just wanted a...
Mowry and Cotton

‘Comfort Food in Disguise’ Mowry and Cotton focuses on friends, family and food

Mowry and Cotton Adam Toriseva  The Phoenician’s new dining experience, Mowry and Cotton, gives a tip of the hat to the area’s history, with an emphasis on friends, family and comfort food. “It’s not your typical western-themed...
Japanese Friendship Garden

Bringing Japan to Phoenix

Japanese Friendship Garden Joe Gilmore   The Ro Ho En Japanese Friendship Garden is a phoenix in the city of the same name. “Ro” is for the heron, the bird symbol of Himeji City, while “Ho” stands for...
Eat with Santa

Top 5 Places to Eat with Santa

Eat with Santa By Megan Marples As the holiday season kicks into full gear, many children will be eager to meet Santa. So, scoop up the kids, and spend the morning with the big guy at...
Alessia’s Ristorante Italiano

Mom-and-pop Alessia’s Ristorante Italiano brings big flavors to Mesa

Alessia’s Ristorante Italiano By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Jon Carr is everybody’s neighbor in Northeast Mesa. He greets his guests at Alessia’s Ristorante Italiano like they’re lifelong friends. Carr unapologetically injects humor into his conversations, making diners feel at...
Robert Cray

Robert Cray brings his universal style to town

Robert Cray By Kenneth LaFave Robert Cray knew what kind of music he wanted to make when he heard the blues on the radio as a child in Columbus, Georgia. Not only was the music filled...
breakfast in Mesa

Bloody Mary, Benedicts key to Sunnyside’s success

Breakfast in Mesa By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Inspired by his grandfather, Gabriel Garfio has always been fascinated with food. Sometimes it was much to his parents’ chagrin. “When I was 5 or 7, my parents owned a small...

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