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Upon walking into Ghost Donkey, a new cocktail concept in the heart of Roosevelt Row, you’ll first notice the twinkling ceiling lights and the crowd gathered around the bar. The bar is warm and welcoming, bathed in pink neon lights. Under the color-changing lights, you’ll notice funky décor, including a life-size donkey statue wearing a sombrero, that transports you to a summertime fiesta in Mexico. On weekends, Ghost Donkey and its sister establishments (Cham Pang...

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The artist known as The Lady Egg recently left a smattering of paintings on Roosevelt Row in Downtown Phoenix. This pop of yellow adorns the 10-O-One Building, just down from Bunky Boutique. Another Lady Egg creation stands guard at the exit to the parking garage around the corner. This 3-D bespectacled fellow is captured in free fall, about to tumble into the dumpsters behind Pedal Haus. A distinguished egghead reads the paper behind the bike racks...

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Eight years ago, Ali Nervis met his business partners, Henry Dickerson and Dominic Clark, when they were selling T-shirts and jewelry at small business events. “We share a lot of the same values in terms of why we’re in business – family, community and self-sustainability,” Nervis says. With their wives, the trio launched Archwood Exchange, a monthly swap-meet affiliated with the Buy Black Marketplace movement, in 2016. Their latest project: Straw & Wool, a hip...

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Peter Kasperski and Richie Moe were two of the most illustrious names in Valley dining until bankruptcy and substance abuse sent them tumbling to Earth. Now the longtime friends have banded together to open a hit Roosevelt Row restaurant – and keep their demons mutually at bay.