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No ‘Deep Dive’: Shinedown playing the hits on new tour

By Alan Sculley | January 4, 2022 Spring 2020 saw Shinedown’s “Deep Dive” tour go up in smoke when the pandemic hit. It was going to be a rare opportunity for fans to see the...

Behind the Music: Florida’s Wage War wants to provide a break from stress

By Alex Gallagher | January 4, 2022 Music has always been an escape for Wage War guitarist/vocalist Cody Quistad. Even when Quistad is not on stage, he says he blasts music — no matter the setting. “I...

‘It’s Always Been Music’: Michael Gerry finds his home at the Silver Star

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | January 4, 2022 When Michael Gerry was a toddler, he was transfixed by a phonograph player. It was a sign of things to come — a lifelong dedication to music. “There was never...

Neighborly by Nature: Common Ground’s new concept has polished American cuisine

By Jordan Houston | January 4, 2022 A new restaurant is filling the void in Uptown Phoenix’s nightlife scene, amplifying the community’s culinary palate along the way. Neighborly Public House, Common Ground Culinary’s latest concept, opened...

‘Carrying the Torch’: Pedal Haus Brewery opens on Roosevelt Row

By Jordan Houston | January 4, 2022 Local businessman Julian Wright has built a reputation as a powerhouse entrepreneur within the community. Wright, who owns the award-winning Tempe-based Pedal Haus Brewery, recently opened a third location...

Hope Floats: Local wine business tastes great while doing good

By Alison Bailin Batz | January 27, 2022 Third-generation Arizona native Kristen Shroyer grew up knowing two things. “I knew I loved Scottsdale, especially going to school at Cochise Elementary, Cocopah Middle and Chaparral High. I...

Steering Toward Success: Talking cars with Barrett-Jackson’s Steve Davis

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | January 4, 2022 As a child in Visalia, California, Steve Davis grew up collecting Hot Wheels and dreaming about the day he could drive. Model cars and automotive magazines secured his...

Big Flavor and Goals: Barrio Cosita has a neighborhood feel

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | January 24, 2022 Linda Nash acknowledges that diners at her popular Barrio Queen restaurant are sometimes in a hurry. She and co-owner Steve Rosenfield listened to their guests and opened Familia:...

‘Let Us Eat to Live’: Chic eatery Santé offers regenerative foods

By Alex Gallagher | January 24, 2022 Nico Doniele has been frustrated with the lack of attention restaurants paid to where the food comes from. Many eateries in California source meat and produce from regenerative farms,...

Cruise Down Memory Lane: Barrett-Jackson celebrates 50 years

By Jordan Houston | January 4, 2022 Barrett-Jackson in the last five decades has made a name for itself as a barometer of the car collector industry, attracting enthusiasts from across the globe to its...

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