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

Matthew JohnsonDecember 8, 2022
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The Buzzworthy blog is back to highlight the local shops, eateries, people and events you can find on the Local Buzz app. Check out this week’s highlights and download the app for your mobile phone.

Olla Olla

17th Avenue and Van Buren is the place to be for late night crepes with a Mexican twist. Try the new December menu with S’mores and apple cinnamon crepes ready to go.

Snood City Neon

The art of neon glass blowing takes shape and form at this workshop  in the Grand Avenue Arts District.

Kabob Grill N’ Go

There’s a fiery spirit for the skewer at this eatery near 16th Street and Thomas.

For The People

The holiday spirit is alive and well at this Uptown Phoenix home goods store.

ASU Art Museum

Take a flying elbow drop trip to see the new Lucha Libre historical exhibit on display until May 7.


The hip historian gives users a sneak peek at the Festivus festivities coming to the Downton Public Market on December 14 and 15 from 5-10 p.m.


Tom Cen Cafe

The flavors of the holidays come alive in this Peppermint Mocha Sweet Cream cold brew available at this local coffee shop near Central Avenue and Thomas Road.

Super Star Video

Be kind and rewind to an old throwback. Local Buzz user @sole319 takes a look inside the nearly 43-year-old Super Star Video location in Glendale where DVDs and video games line the shelves. Blockbuster, eat your heart out.

Chars Live

Latin Night takes the stage every first and third Sunday of the month at the iconic nightclub near 7th Avenue and Highland Avenue in the Melrose District.

Rice Paper

Vietnamese food and hip cocktails are on the menu at this eatery with two Valley locations in Phoenix and Scottsdale.

Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)

The Hip Historian checks in on the Local Buzz app with a quick look at what’s hip inside the MIM in North Phoenix.

La Piazza Forno

Congrats to the Downtown Glendale pizzeria for 15 years in business and keep watching the video for a little history lesson on the Margarita pizza.


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