Chandler Archives

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The Rockin’ Taco Street Fest is coming back to Chandler! After not hosting the event last year due to COVID-19, this year’s festival marks the 10th annual Rockin’ Taco Street Fest, and festival organizers are going all out! Whether you like tacos or live music, this year’s festival has it all. There are so many things to do, including: Tacos: Who doesn’t love a good taco? The Rockin’ Taco Street Fest boasts more than 20...

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From Glendale to Gilbert, downtown neighborhoods across the Valley have flourished over the past decade, sprouting high with local restaurants, boutiques, theaters and that all-important “cultural density.” Now, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, they need our love more than ever.

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Could America’s next drug crisis be a critical drug shortage? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration currently reports 104 drugs in short supply – from the sodium chloride infusion used for hospital patients with fluid loss to the injectable dextrose used to treat low blood sugar. The spread of the coronavirus in China may worsen this situation, as 85 percent of drugs sold in the U.S. use some component from China. Few companies are stepping...

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McDonald’s, Burger King, Five Guys – you were all delicious and convenient, but in 2020, we might have to leave you behind. The White Castle for Asian Americans everywhere is coming to Chandler.  Jollibee, the hit Filipino fast food chain that was once only seen in the Philippines, California and some other states scattered across the U.S., has finally decided to break ground in one of the cities with the largest Asian population in Arizona. ...

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In our October 2019 issue, we reported that Arizona’s 7th congressional district – including south-central Phoenix and a portion of Glendale – was the deadliest place for pedestrians nationwide. In September, life insurance company TermLife2Go released a study that revealed the opposite effect in Chandler and Gilbert, who were No. 4 and No. 8, respectively, on a list of the 10 safest cities for pedestrians. The full list: 1. New York City, NY 2. Plano,...

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Local beer and liquor enthusiasts now have something new to add to their bucket list. SanTan Brewing Company, Arizona’s largest independent brewery and distillery, is now offering tours and tastings at their 35,000-square-foot production facility in Chandler. The behind-the-scenes brewery tours take guests through the craft beer and spirits labs, provide a peek into the science and similarities of the brewing and distilling process and include an intimate education about the past and future of...

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It’s the week of Friday the 13th and Lola Forbes and Chris Szydlowski have a rack of 100 sugary hockey masks on cooling racks in their kitchen. This is par for the course at Spooky’s Swirls, the duo’s gluten-free, horror-themed bakery in Chandler. Patrons can find a rotating menu of horror movie-inspired masterpieces in the bakery’s display case. Pennywise, Godzilla and the Demogorgon from Stranger Things have all appeared on pastries in the past. Forbes...

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Fall is finally here and Chandler is celebrating in a big way, with the fourth annual Arizona Harvest Fest and Open Air Market at Dr. A.J. Chandler Park on Saturday, November 10. The free, family-friendly festival will feature more than 150 merchants purveying products that range from holiday gifts to home décor. Peruse furniture, clothing, art and jewelry while listening to a live soundtrack provided by local bands including D. on Darox & the Melody...

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