Thursday, October 02, 2014

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¶lim¶Valley Doomsday Preppers

From 2012 doomsday survivalists to closet ‘preppers,’ more and more of our neighbors are secretly stockpiling food, water and weapons to guard against an approaching enemy: us, the unprepared.

 

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¶lim¶Hells Angels Shootout

After a fierce shootout last year in Chino Valley between members of the Hells Angels and rival bikers the Vagos, it seems a turf battle is brewing. Could Phoenix be a future battleground?


It was a peaceful Saturday morning like any other for Terrance and Judy Schafman – that is, until the outlaw biker gun battle erupted across the street.

 

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¶lim¶2011 Best New Restaurants

From a cozy crêperie and quaint coffeehouse to primo pizza joints, hot Mexican restaurants, pretty gathering spots and a handful of amazing Asian places, these 23 new restaurants are dishing up some of the Valley’s best cuisine.

Eat up!

 

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¶lim¶Arizona's 10 Best New Restaurants

We've Listed the Valley’s best new places to nosh, Now here’s a taste of the rest of the state’s most mouthwatering new restaurants.

Harry’s Hideaway

Cornville, September 2010
“Hideaway” translates to a delightfully off-the-beaten-path destination discovered by savvy Verde Valley foodies and local winery rock stars such as Page Springs Cellars & Vineyard owner/Arizona Stronghold founder Eric Glomski. 

 

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¶lim¶51 Ways to Beat the Heat

Dear Heat,
We’re staying cool for the rest of the summer with the Valley’s iciest drinks, sweetest desserts, splashiest pools, most soothing spas, best indoor entertainment and a few super cool road trips. See you next summer…
Love, Frosty in Phoenix

 

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