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Category: Fall 2013

being green

Drinking Local: It Is Easy Being Green

Have you ever pondered how drinking local is also being green? A look behind the scenes of Arizona’s wine industry unveils a variety of...

page springs

Vagabonding Lulu: Winding through Page Springs

After driving straight through high country deserts near Sedona, I drop down into a hidden dale of green. Page Springs is a small valley...

crudo

Crudo Serves Up Three Deliciously Unique Dinners This Month

Since opening Crudo in 2012, Chef Cullen Campbell has delighted Valley residents and national foodies alike. Rave reviews have poured in...

Love at First Bite: Kaleidoscope Juice

After a long weekend of delicious Arizona wine, indulgent dinners and pastry, one may feel lethargic and run down. Your body may crave...

local

POINT OF BREW: Local is All Over the Place

I grew up in northern Minnesota—not just “eating local,” but living off the land. We grew our own wheat for flour, purchased whole...

capital grille

Wine about Town: The Capital Grille

So, you’re looking for a place to go out for dinner and you’re thinking prime steak and generous pours of decent wine? Metro Phoenix...

St. Francis

Happy Hour Highlight: St. Francis

Housed in a skillfully renovated 1955 building, St. Francis welcomes guests with an inviting mix of vintage and sleek architectural...

Nowhere Man and A Whiskey Girl: Playing in Heaven

Arizona suffered a huge loss last week when we lost two very special people, Amy and Derrick Ross, known musically as Nowhere Man and A...

Maynard Keenan

Callaghan’s Round Table: Questions 5 & 6 with Maynard Keenan, Rod Keeling, and James Callahan

QUESTION #5: “How significant do you think vintage variation is in Arizona? Please elaborate with examples.” Maynard Keenan So...

Travis Nass

Cocktail Corner: Travis Nass

I first fell under the spell of Travis’ bar craft at Rancho Pinot when he spontaneously agreed to pair cocktails with our dishes. I still...