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  • Hot Dog Days Returns to Joe’s Farm Grill SEPT. 1-OCT. 1

    Date: September 1, 2023 - October 1, 2023

    Joe’s Farm Grill announces the return of its popular Hot Dog Days extravaganza featuring eight over-the-top hot dog specials made with all-beef natural casing hot dogs and premium sausages from Schreiner’s Fine Sausages.   Each Hot Dog Days special is served with fries or guest’s choice of any of Joe’s Farm Grill’s regular menu side dishes. Get one for $14 or two of the same or mix and match for $21. Selections include:   Chicki-Chimi Dog — A tortilla-wrapped, deep fried Chimichanga with grilled hot dog, shredded chicken, refried beans and cheese; served with sour cream, pico de gallo and avocado.   Mac Daddy Dog — Mounds of homemade baked macaroni n’ cheese topped with sour cream, ranch dip and classic Cheetos Puffs.   Bursting Brat — Schreiner’s smoked bratwurst and stone-ground mustard piled with grilled onions and sauerkraut under melting American and Wisconsin Brick cheese.   Country-Fried Dog ‘n’ Gravy — A split, breaded deep-fried hot dog and potatoes smothered in Joe’s Farm Grill’s sausage cream gravy, topped with choice of sunny-side up egg or egg any style.   Dynamite Dog — Schreiner’s spicy pork hot link nestled in ghost pepper cream cheese and topped with hand-breaded fried chilito peppers and sweet-hot pepper jelly. A little explosive, but not too dangerous!   BBQ Bacon Blue O-Ring — A clone of JFG’s famous burger: A bacon-wrapped, BBQ sauce-dipped fried hot dog threads three onion rings and sits in tangy blue cheese.   Coney Chili-Cheese — Grilled hot dog, lots of homemade Michigan Coney chili sauce, diced white onions and yellow mustard, topped with a mound of with finely shredded Tillamook cheddar.   Sonoran — A jalapeño-stuffed bacon-wrapped fried hot dog with homemade Farm (pinto) beans, queso de cotija, and pico de gallo. Topped with yellow mustard and sour cream-mayo drizzle.   For more, visit


    Chompie’s Launches Breakfast for Dinner Menu SEPT. 15

    Date: September 15, 2023 - October 15, 2023

    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day — regardless of when it’s served! With that in mind, Chompie’s introduces an all-new Breakfast for Dinner menu featuring an array of hearty bagel sandwiches. The menu will be available all day, every day at Chompie’s locations valley wide beginning Friday, Sept. 15. Items include:   Scottsdale Stacked Cragel — Ham, turkey, bacon, Swiss, two fried eggs, a potato pancake, cream cheese and habanero jam all loaded onto a Cragel bagel, $14.99   Lox & Loaded — Smoked salmon, two fried eggs, sliced tomato, sliced red onion, chive cream cheese, a potato pancake and capers on an everything bagel, $15.99   Park Avenue Pastrami — Hot pastrami, two fried eggs, Swiss, onion strings, a potato pancake and BBQ aioli on an everything bagel, $14.99   Broadway Brisket — Hot brisket, sliced bacon, two fried eggs, cheddar cheese, a potato pancake, onion strings and BBQ sauce on an everything bacon, $14.99   Camelback Chorizo — Chorizo, two fried eggs, cheddar cheese, avocado, pico de gallo, jalapeno cream cheese and a potato pancake on a jalapeno cheddar bagel, $13.99   Country Steak Eggstravaganza — Country fried steak, two fried eggs, cheddar cheese, cream cheese and a potato pancake on an everything bagel with a side of country gravy, $14.99   Thunderbird Turkey Melt — Sliced turkey, melted jack cheese and honey mustard served on an everything bagel, $12.99   Rockefeller Roast Beef Melt — Sliced roast beef, melted cheddar and horseradish sauce on an onion bagel, $12.99   Madison Square Garden — Roasted red pepper, green leaf lettuce, sliced tomato, sliced red onion, cucumber, avocado spread and veggie cream cheese on a sesame bagel, $12.99   A to Z Avocado Sunrise — An open-face everything bagel with avocado spread, poached eggs and tomato garnish, $12.99   Diners can add a side of choice such as coleslaw, fruit salad, cottage cheese or cucumber salad to their breakfast for dinner for $2.49. For more information, visit


    Chompie’s Rolls Out New Seasonal Treats for FALL

    Date: September 23, 2023 - November 21, 2023

    Fall is around the corner and with it comes all sorts of delicious new treats from Chompie’s for seasonal snacking and holiday hosting too! Chompie’s bakery is pleased to introduce the following new items to enjoy all season long:   Beginning Saturday, Sept. 23, just following the official autumn equinox, guests can enjoy the following: Turtle Cheesecake Three-Nut Tart Cranberry-Orange Mini Bundt Zucchini Loaf   And on Saturday, Sept. 30, guests can new chocolate creations including Black Forest Bar Cake and Double Chocolate Fudge Bar Cake — plus a dip into pumpkin season with the new Pumpkin Iced Loaf!   Come October, Chompie’s pulls out the stops for all things pumpkin and Halloween! Beginning Saturday, October 7, diners can enjoy Pumpkin Bagels, Halloween-themed Cupcakes and Cookies and Fall-themed Cupcakes and Cookies.   Pumpkin Tarts and Cranberry Orange Bagels will be available beginning Saturday, November 4. Then festive flavors take over just in time for the holidays with the debut of the Eggnog Mousse Tart on Saturday, Dec. 2 and the Yule Log Bar Cake on Saturday, Dec. 9.   Don’t miss these sweet Saturday launches throughout the season at Chompie’s locations around the valley. For more information, visit

  • Arcosanti Announces Five-Week Fall Farm to Table Program SEPT. 25-OCT. 31

    Date: September 25, 2023 - October 31, 2023

    Arcosanti, located in Mayer, has announced dates for its fall Farm to Table program. This five-week experience takes guests on a journey of exploration surrounding where today’s food comes from, understanding the real source and handling of food, eliminating transportation using a closed-loop food system and how to grow quality food crops with high nutritional value.   Participants will learn hands on techniques and practice the science of sustainable food production while becoming inspired to turn the fruits of their labors into memorable meals. Facilities include an array of growing styles such as greenhouse agriculture, hydroponics, raised beds, a fruit and nut orchard, field crops and a permaculture food forest.   During the program, participants will also build a community with experiences including running a store and making group meals together, the importance of respecting history and caring for its habitat and living, working and playing in a shared space.   Program begins Monday, Sept. 25 and runs through Tuesday, Oct. 31, spanning the end of the summer harvest and the beginning of fall planting. Cost is $1,750 and includes tuition, breakfast and lunch, housing, facilities and field trips. Upon graduation, students will join the more than 8,000 alumni who have built the arcology of Arcosanti.   To register for this program, visit To request further details about the Farm to Table Program, email For more about Arcosanti, visit

  • Scottsdale Encourages the Community to “Fall in Love with Scottsdale Civic Center”

    Date: October 3, 2023 - November 22, 2023

    This fall, the city of Scottsdale officially unveils the much-anticipated Scottsdale Civic Center remodel — a comprehensive renovation of the area that has served as the city’s civic and signature special event and gathering space for 55 years.   The renewed and refreshed Civic Center provides locals and visitors alike with a better experience than ever, a beautiful place to gather for art, culture, entertainment and festivals and family relaxation.   Improvements to Scottsdale Civic Center were finalized in March and beginning in October, the city is celebrating with the aptly named Fall in Love with Scottsdale Civic Center event. Fall in Love with Scottsdale Civic Center features more than 70 activities taking place in and around the center and throughout Old Town from Tuesday, Oct. 3 through Wednesday, Nov. 22.   “We are absolutely thrilled to officially relaunch Scottsdale Civic Center, the original epicenter of Scottsdale’s arts culture, hospitality, community spirit and unique Western reputation,” said Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega. “Going way beyond renovation, we can now enjoy three new outdoor stages, kid-friendly play areas, botanical exhibits, 140 new shade trees and water conservation turf areas. We invite everyone to celebrate with us.”   Scottsdale Civic Center’s revitalization began with construction in October 2021. The overhaul of the area included improvements to structural and electrical deficiencies as well as enhancements to provide a safe and attractive environment for residents and visitors. Scottsdale Civic Center’s outdoor public space was also updated to be event ready, placing itself in a competitive position to attract large-scale events. The $33.5 million project was financed primarily with bonds approved by Scottsdale voters in 2019.   Improvements include a new permanent stage at the East Bowl with a shade structure, and a new centrally located 360-degree performance structure between the Civic Loop and West Bowl. The Social Hub, located between Scottsdale City Hall and Civic Center Library provides direct connection to a new children’s library entrance and boasts a splash pad and fog feature, a children’s play area and shaded social and picnic areas. Substantial reconstruction of the west entrance — now named West Paseo — new restrooms near the Social Hub and updated City Hall lagoons round out the project improvements.   Naturally, art remains a core element of the Scottsdale Civic Center. Many of the beloved pieces of the Scottsdale Public Art Collection are back, with some in new locations. The intuitive Civic Loop provides a walking experience to view most of the iconic public art within Scottsdale Civic Center.   Mayor Ortega notes the completed renovation will better serve as a cohesive connector for the entire area.   “Scottsdale Civic Center links Scottsdale Stadium, the iconic City Hall and Civic Center Library, the renowned Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and Scottsdale Historical Museum to Historic Old Town, Main Street galleries, Museum of the West and northbound to the Scottsdale Waterfront and fabulous Scottsdale Fashion Square,” he said.   Fall in Love with Civic Center starts off with a bang Tuesday, Oct. 3 with the Read more [...]


    FOUND:RE Contemporary at FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel Announces New Exhibition

    Date: October 6, 2023

    Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

     FOUND:RE Contemporary at FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel, located at 1100 N. Central Ave., has announced its latest art exhibition. “Saguaros & Shards” by Stacy Holmstedt, will debut with an opening reception on Friday, Oct. 6 from 6-9 pm. and remain on display through Sunday, Dec. 31. The studio space will also serve as a working studio for Holmstedt, who will be painting and mosaicking on a weekly basis throughout the duration of the show’s exhibition. “We are thrilled to present Stacy’s contrasting mediums of acrylic paint and mosaics,” said FOUND:RE Curator Jordan Zurn. “Regardless of medium, her vibrant art showcases such raw and natural talent. We encourage art enthusiasts to not only view her works but come watch her painting and mosaicking live here at the FOUND:RE.” The Mesa-based mostly self-taught artist calls her paintings her love letters to Arizona, while the Gemini in her also inspires her to pursue a dual passion of making mosaic artworks. The software designer by trade also credits night classes at Scottsdale Artists School and the Mesa Arts Center as well as her love of Arizona for her inspiration. “Rather than creating consistently in the same style, I prefer experimentation. I like to work for months on a deep concentration piece, followed by a burst of loose gestural work. When I need a break from painting, I’ll make a mosaic out of glass, beads or buttons. When I tire of nipping glass, it’s back to the easel. I create with both sides of my brain because I paint with my left hand and nip my mosaic pieces with my right,” Holmstedt said. “Though I’ve been exhibiting in group shows around Arizona since 2016, FOUND:RE Contemporary is my debut solo show and has my gratitude for the opportunity.”   “Saguaros and Shards” will be presented as part of FOUND:RE Contemporary’s regular schedule of rotating exhibitions organized by Zurn. These works will also be for sale in person and via Holmstedt’s live onsite schedule throughout the exhibition will soon be announced. For more about FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel, visit; for more about FOUND:RE Contemporary, visit


    Phoenix City Grille Hosts Pillsbury Wine Dinner OCT. 6

    Date: October 6, 2023

    Time: 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    On Friday, Oct. 6, Phoenix City Grille hosts an exclusive four-course wine dinner featuring pairings from Pillsbury Wine Company. Menu and complementary pours of Pillsbury wines are as follows:   Course One — New England Clam Chowder featuring ocean clams, smoked bacon, Yukon potatoes, fresh herbs and chive tartlet served with Wild Child White 2022   Course Two — Citrus Roasted Local Beets with Crow’s Dairy goat cheese, spiced Arizona pecans, fennel apple salad and elderflower and tarragon vinaigrette with McClendon’s Farms citrus and balsamic reduction paired with Mourvedre Reserve 2021   Course Three — Chula Seafood Alaskan Halibut with huitlacoche and Oaxacan cheese quesadilla, calabacitas, avocado salsa verde and micro cilantro served with Inappropriate 2022   Course Four — Dark Chocolate Pot Dr Crème with Queen Creek Olive Mill Meyer lemon oil, Arizona pistachio crumble and gooseberry paired with Petite Sirah Reserve 2019   Cost is $110 per person, plus tax and gratuity. To reserve seating, contact Brittnee Reed via email at or phone at 602-510-7174.   For more about Phoenix City Grille, visit


    Arcosanti Presents Clay Pit-Firing Workshop OCT. 7-8

    Date: October 7, 2023 - October 8, 2023

    Arcosanti is filled with hands-on experiences that honor traditional methods. It’s latest workshop provides attendees with the opportunity to learn and participate in an ancient form of firing pottery that uses natural materials and does not require the use of gas or electricity. The two-day program takes place at Arcosanti in Mayer on Saturday, Oct. 7 and Sunday, Oct. 8.   During the experience, guests will select a small pre-made (bisque) clay vessel to decorate with various colorants and learn the process of burnishing surfaces on leather hard clay. Then the firing process begins, which lasts several hours until the pit is covered and left overnight.   That evening, participants will join a potluck-style dinner followed by a short presentation of the history of pit firing and its significance in the indigenous communities of the Southwest as well as land stewardship. Overnight accommodations at Arcosanti can be reserved or guests may camp onsite.   The next morning begins with a beautiful nature hike followed by brunch in the Arcosanti Café. During the hike, guests will collect a burnishing stone to take for their future work. By afternoon, the pit should be cooled enough to unload. During this process discussion begins on how to finish the vessels with waxing or leaving them as is. At the end of the program, guests will take home their decorated, burnished and fired vessel.   Cost is $325 (lunch and brunch included); camping is $15. Guests can reserve a room at Arcosanti via   For complete details (including important information on what to bring) and registration, visit (scroll down to select Clay Pit-firing Workshop).


    Park West Market Returns to Park West for Farmers Market Season Beginning OCT. 7

    Date: October 7, 2023

    Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

    The weather is finally starting to break just in time for the return of the popular Park West Market held at Park West lifestyle center in Peoria. On Saturday, Oct. 7, the Park West Market celebrates opening day with a host of activities and events including food trucks, live music and other entertainment for the whole family including dinosaurs, axe throwing, face painting, a caricature artist, balloon animals, princesses, a photo booth and more. The Park West Market features more than 140 local vendors and is pet friendly. The market takes place every Saturday through April from 9 a.m-1 p.m. Admission and parking are free. Park West Market now accepts EBT, making it the only West Valley market with this option. For more about Park West Market, visit or @parkwestmarket. For more about Park West lifestyle center, visit or @shopatparkwest.