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As with so many businesses in the age of coronavirus, Arizona-based event company Cloth & Flame has had to adjust to the new normal. Since Governor Doug Ducey’s executive order prohibiting large gatherings went live, Cloth & Flame has been concentrating on smaller gatherings, including corporate events (splitting larger parties into smaller groups) and micro weddings. They specialize in “boundary pushing” custom-designed experiences in “accessible and seemingly impossible locations.” We recently spoke with owner Matt...

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Six months ago, prepaying for a nice dinner without knowing when you would be eating it or who would be cooking it would have been a ludicrous proposition. These days, it makes more sense than most things. Cloth & Flame – the destination dinner magicians known for chic pop-ups in the desert, meadows, farms, etc. – is pre-selling seats at future community dinners through the crowd-sourcing site GoFundMe. The Arizona Community Dinner Fundraiser will benefit...

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