Hawk Salvage Archives

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Fulfill Your Need for Speed Motorists can cruise for a cause with five paced laps around the iconic mile-long oval track that hosts the NASCAR Cup Series Championship during Track Laps for Charity, Oct. 16. Proceeds benefit Arizona Accelerator Charities. Passenger vehicles only; maximum speed of 55 mph. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. $25. Phoenix Raceway, 7602 Jimmie Johnson Dr., Avondale, 866-408-7223, phoenixraceway.com/aac/#tracklaps. Get Wiggy with it at Cancer Fundraiser Guests are encouraged to wear a wig...

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Photo by Jacob Tyler Dunn | www.JacobTylerDunn.com   Hawk Salvage, located in the historic Grand Avenue arts district, is the place to find one-of-a-kind curios. The shop features a curated collection of vintage, industrial and antique oddities and, most recently, an extensive selection of rare and unique houseplants. Founded by Greg Hawk, a retired Phoenix Fire Department captain, passionate “picker” and self-proclaimed “plant nerd,” Hawk Salvage is like a perfectly preserved history museum, its walls...

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One man’s junk is another man’s treasure. That’s how Greg Hawk sees it when he’s hunting for wares for his industrial vintage store on Grand Avenue in Phoenix. Opened in November, Hawk Salvage was originally an automotive garage in the ’40s, and the aesthetic perfectly suits Hawk’s taste. “I love old stuff and I love old buildings,” says the Phoenix Fire Department captain. He has traveled from coast to coast finding items for his shop...

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