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Sweet Deal: North Phoenix bakers compete on ‘Cakealikes’

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Rebecca Hauger and Mara Hodge call being on the Discovery+ show “Cakealikes” a mirror image of the hard work they put into their business, Geek Desserts. The show is a comedic competition program...

Spicing It Up: Disabled vet heats up Arizona with salsa

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Buckeye resident Stephen Paul Campos is continuing his father’s legacy in the Mexican food business with Senor Campos Salsa—salsa with a purpose. A native of Modesto, California, Campos started working with his father,...

Hot Dates!: Sphinx Date Ranch’s roots run deep in Scottsdale

By Alison Bailin Batz Nearly 100 years ago, Roy Franklin discovered a tree sprouting in a Phoenix yard and knew it was something special. The tree was producing black sphinx dates, which are smaller and...

Taco Guild introduces exciting new brunch menu

By Lynette Carrington At first glance, the stately building north of 7th Street and Osborn Road in Phoenix may appear to be a church. That would be partially correct. Taco Guild is housed in a deconsecrated...

6 essential farmers markets to visit in Phoenix

By Dan Hodges The sweltering Arizona summers keep many of us inside and cause some outdoor venues to shut down until fall. That includes several Phoenix-area farmers markets. But you don’t have to go without...

Hotel Adeline just steps away from all the Scottsdale action

Article and Food Images by Lynette Carrington, Hotel Adeline Images Courtesy of Hotel Adeline A large sign at the entrance to Hotel Adeline proclaims, “WTF,” meaning, “Where's The Fun?” Hotel Adeline is as much of...

Sphinx Date Co. Palm & Pantry is a Scottsdale gem

Photos and article by Lynette Carrington Sphinx Date Co. Palm & Pantry is a jewel in the crown of Scottsdale. The unassuming and cute business that has residence in a vintage home sits on Scottsdale...

Mission Accomplished! Valley attractions celebrate Apollo’s 50th anniversary

By Brianna Moore The Entertainer! “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” On July 16, 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins embarked on a valiant mission to become the...

Phoenix Zoo’s Winter in July offers a respite from the heat

By Laura Latzko,  In the summertime, people aren’t the only ones who are looking for a break from the heat. Animals also want to cool down. Phoenix Zoo’s annual Winter in July is Saturday, July 13,...

Project J.O.Y. Journey’s Arnel Pineda takes the stage for his home country

By: Christina Fuoco-Karasinski From The Entertainer! Arnel Pineda is using his fame as Journey’s lead singer to raise funds for his home country, the Philippines. He is teaming with Project J.O.Y. for a Friday, August 2, fundraiser...

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