6 Buzzworthy Events, People and Places on Local Buzz This Week

Matthew JohnsonAugust 5, 2022
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Every week, we will highlight some of the notable and buzzworthy topics featured on the Local Buzz social media platform. Tony Ce — in PHOENIX‘s Great 48 class of 2022 — created the video app for the people of the Valley to share their love of local restaurants, events, farmers markets, skate parks, hiking spots, shopping, concerts and more. Check out this week’s highlights and download the app for your mobile phone.


Papa Ed’s Ice Cream

Check out this mom and pop shop in Glendale for a delicious and cold treat and you’ll also see some local art from Look.See.Draw’s Aileen Martinez on display.

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Milk & Honey Food Store

A new bodega-like convenience store is now open along Roosevelt Row in Downtown Phoenix. Local Buzz user @losiney shows us around the shop.

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Laz Barbershop

This family-friendly barbershop on McDowell Rd. and 16th St. has an old school vibe and a flare for nostalgia.

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KP Studio

Best of the Valley 2022 Readers’ Choice winner for Best Place to Create Art, KP Studio on 24th Street offers classes from beginning to advanced. The place has everything you need to create!

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Eighty Seven

This new local clothing and art collective along Grand Avenue is less than a year old inside Desert Sun Plaza. See them during First Friday on August 5 for a new clothing drop from Ashley Macias.

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Casa de Falafel

Home to one of PHOENIX magazine’s 101 Best Dishes in the Valley in 2022, Casa de Falafel was a big hit at Dish Fest in February. They’re serving up the best falafel at their shop in Glendale, along with mouth-watering mediterranean fare.

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