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    Arcosanti Hosts Six-Day Experience Week - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    From Sunday, May 22 through Friday, May 27, Arcosanti hosts a six-day immersive workshop that introduces guests to life as part of the Arcosanti community while gaining a deep and hands-on understanding of the community’s mission, vision and values amid the backdrop of the stunning natural desert ecosystem.   Arcosanti’s unique and vibrant architecture serves as a living laboratory reflecting the collective efforts of more than 8,000 individual workshop participants and volunteers dating back more than five decades. Guests will become immersed in the community during the Six-Day Experience workshop which includes: -Breakfast lunch and dinner each day (including Conviviality, the Arcosanti community’s traditional potluck dinner) -In-depth tour of the community that explores the history and construction of the property’s prototype and arcology -Tour of The Cosanti Foundation’s extensive archives -Up-close look of the bronze bell-casting process and an opportunity to cast and carve a bell -Participation in Arcosanti’s growing agriculture program -Guided ecology hike -Resident-led yoga -Introduction to welding and metalworking -A variety of programmed and spontaneous evening activities -Free time to enjoy the community, the arcology and the surrounding desert   All sessions take place at Arcosanti and are led by Arcosanti residents. Cost is $990 and sessions are limited to six people. Accommodations for Experience Week workshops are in a shared co-ed dorm with full kitchen, living room, shower room and bathroom. Participants must be 21 or over. Email workshop@arcosanti.org for more information or register via arcosanti.org/workshops/.   Date: Sunday, May 22-Friday, May 277 Time: All day Location: Arcosanti (address below) Arcosanti 13555 S. Cross L Road, Mayer 86333 928-632-7135 arcosanti.org

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    MAY 2022 – Miracle Mile Deli specials and 73rd anniversary - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    May is Burger Month – Enjoy a different burger each week on special for $11.00. It includes fries and a dill pickle. 5/2-5/7 – Uptown Burger – 1/3 pound fresh beef patty, Pepper Jack cheese, avocado, grilled onions, lettuce, tomato & chipotle mayo. 5/9-5/14— Ellis Island Burger – This classic 1/3 pound fresh beef chuck is served with your choice of aged Cheddar, Imported Swiss, Classic American, Provolone or Pepper Jack cheese. Green leaf lettuce, tomato and red onion. 5/16-5/21 – Jack & Patty Melt – 1/3 pound fresh beef patty, grilled onions, Pepper Jack cheese & Miracle Mile dressing served on grilled Rye. 5/23-5/28 – Broadway Burger – This incredible cheeseburger is topped with aged Cheddar, crispy bacon, green leaf lettuce, tomato, red onion and Miracle Mile dressing! Tuesday, May 10: Miracle Mile Deli Day – We’re celebrating 73 years in business with a $19.49 Special. Enjoy a Pastrami, Brisket or Corned Beef Sandwich with a draft beer or slice of pie for $19.49. We will also give away $100.00 gift card every hour from 12p-7p. 4433 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 776-0992 miraclemiledeli.com   Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-7 pm Closed Sundays. Curbside, Dine in, Take Out, and Catering available.

  • Arizona Restaurant Association Announces 2022 Spring Arizona Restaurant Week Dates - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    The Arizona Restaurant Association announces the return of its annual Spring Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW). Taking place at participating dining establishments from Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 29, Spring Arizona Restaurant Week features specific three-course menus at a variety of restaurants throughout the state. Arizona Restaurant Week serves as a time to showcase the state’s culinary breadth and highlight the talent of chef-driven establishments while giving diners an opportunity to try new menus for a great deal. During this 10-day culinary event, participating restaurants offer three-course prix fixe menus for just $33, $44 or $55 per person, or even per couple in some instances. Dishes not normally served are often featured on these menus, giving chefs a chance to think further outside their creative box and use very seasonal items while giving diners a taste of something new. Some restaurants also offer wine pairing selections to accompany the menu for an additional cost. Takeout is also available at participating restaurants. Returning ARW participants already committed to this year’s event include: Blue Agave Mexican Cantina Buck & Rider Charleston’s Restaurant Chelsea’s Kitchen MATCH Market & Bar Paul Martin’s American Grill The Canal Club The House Brasserie Thirsty Lion Gastropub locations in Tempe Marketplace, Gilbert, Chandler and Desert Ridge University Club of Phoenix The Arizona Restaurant Association welcomes new and returning restaurants to participate in Arizona Restaurant Week. Applications can be completed online at www.azrestaurant.org/arw/. Beginning May 1, a complete list of Spring Arizona Restaurant Week participants and their menus will be posted via www.arizonarestaurantweek.com. As new restaurants are added, the website will be updated to reflect the most comprehensive list of choices.

  • Macayo’s Mexican Food Launches New Beverage Program April 6 - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    On Wednesday, April 6 Macayo’s Mexican Food, the longstanding Mexican food restaurant brand with locations throughout the valley, rolls out its new beverage program. The new selections are a result of a project that began with a review of the brand’s current beverage menu. From that research Macayo’s collaborated with Jason Asher and Mat Snapp of Barter & Shake, which presented Macayo’s with a multitude of innovative and enticing new beverage selections.   Macayo’s new beverage program encompasses all these things and is a comprehensive expression of extensive market research on trending flavors and drinks around the country and regionally. New cocktails to be included on the new beverage menu include: Bee’s Passion featuring house gin, house made sweet and sour and passion fruit topped with Strawberry Citrus Smash Spiked Ice Berry Cooler — house vodka, house made sweet and sour and raspberry topped with Lemonade Refresher Spiked Ice Cantarito featuring Corazon Blanco, house made sweet and sour and orange juice topped with Ruby Fizz Spiked Ice Guava Colada — Myer’s Platinum Rum, house made sweet and sour, pineapple juice coconut and guava with a Myer’s Dark Rum float Ranch Water — made with Corazon Blanco, house made sweet and sour and pineapple topped with Cherry Lime Chiller Spiked Ice Red Sangria featuring house red blend, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, house made sweet and sour, lime juice, orange juice and blackberry (photo attached) White Sangria — house pinot grigio, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, Mr. Boston Peach Schnapps, house made sweet and sour, lime juice, guava and peach   Macayo’s Mexican Food restaurants will also feature a new-to-market hard seltzer from Sparkling Ice. The line of Sparkling Ice Spiked beverages are low calorie and contain zero sugar. Various flavors are featured in some of the cocktails noted above and are available to purchase by the can for $4.25 each.   To complement the brand’s bright and bold new beverage program, Macayo’s is featuring beautiful new glassware, helping to make every sip a celebration. New products include cantarito glasses as well as clay mugs for $9.99 each. New glassware  — as well as existing items in Macayo’s home product line such as Macayo’s margarita glasses, $19.95 for a set of four, and Macayo’s glass carafe, $11.95 each — will be available for purchase online at www.macayo.com/shop.

  • FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel Debut UPCYCLE: RE:cycle. RE:purpose. RE:imagine. Exhibition - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    With support provided by Artlink Inc., FOUND:RE Contemporary and FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel debut their latest exhibition “UPCYCLE: RE:cycle. RE:purpose. RE:imagine.” The exhibition will be unveiled Friday, April 1 during an opening reception from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.   UPCYCLE: RE:cycle. RE:purpose. RE:imagine. will extend throughout the entire property, showcasing works by Arizona artists who use their craft to explore a variety of ways to reuse and repurpose materials and or found objects in an electric and artistic manner. This diverse selection of works, which embraces the mindset of sustainability, comes just in time for Earth Day on Friday, April 22 and runs through Saturday, July 23.   FOUND:RE Contemporary, the freestanding gallery on Portland Street, is adjacent to the FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel. For more about FOUND:RE Contemporary, visit www.foundrecontemporary.com; for more about FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel, visit www.foundrehotels.com.   Date: Friday, April 1-Saturday, July 23 Time: During gallery hours Location: FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel and FOUND:RE Contemporary (address below)   FOUND:RE Phoenix Hotel and FOUND:RE Contemporary 1100 N. Central Ave., Phoenix 85004 602-875-8000 www.foundrecontemporary.com; www.foundrehotels.com

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    LDV Winery Launches Wine Time with Peggy Podcast - May 25, 2022

    Date: May 25, 2022

    Time: 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

    Wine lovers, turn up the volume! LDV Winery’s Peggy Fiandaca is sounding off on all things wine-related in her new podcast starting May 4 at 4 p.m. (MST). Wine Time with Peggy will then air on the first Wednesday of every month and can be accessed later on demand.   Wine Time with Peggy will cover everything and anything about wine including vineyard activity, wine and food pairings, events, the Southeastern Arizona wine region, winemaking — and whatever else comes up! The new podcast is being aired through Big Blend, which has been producing a variety of digital platforms engaging three million nationally and globally for 25 years.   The company’s podcasts are available where people typically find their favorite podcasts including the Big Bend Facebook and YouTube pages and on all of its podcast outlets. Listeners can view the list of outlets or listen on bigblendradio.com. Peggy will be discussing everything wine, vineyard activity, wine/food pairings, events, Southeastern Arizona, winemaking, or whatever comes up will be on the table.   For more, visit ldvwinery.com.   Date: Wednesday, May 4 (and every first Wednesday of the month following) Time: 4 p.m. Location: Via podcast outlets and as noted above   LDV Winery Tasting Room 7134 E. Stetson Dr., #B110, Scottsdale 85251 480-664-4822 ldvwinery.com

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    Arcosanti Hosts Six-Day Experience Week - May 26, 2022

    Date: May 26, 2022

    From Sunday, May 22 through Friday, May 27, Arcosanti hosts a six-day immersive workshop that introduces guests to life as part of the Arcosanti community while gaining a deep and hands-on understanding of the community’s mission, vision and values amid the backdrop of the stunning natural desert ecosystem.   Arcosanti’s unique and vibrant architecture serves as a living laboratory reflecting the collective efforts of more than 8,000 individual workshop participants and volunteers dating back more than five decades. Guests will become immersed in the community during the Six-Day Experience workshop which includes: -Breakfast lunch and dinner each day (including Conviviality, the Arcosanti community’s traditional potluck dinner) -In-depth tour of the community that explores the history and construction of the property’s prototype and arcology -Tour of The Cosanti Foundation’s extensive archives -Up-close look of the bronze bell-casting process and an opportunity to cast and carve a bell -Participation in Arcosanti’s growing agriculture program -Guided ecology hike -Resident-led yoga -Introduction to welding and metalworking -A variety of programmed and spontaneous evening activities -Free time to enjoy the community, the arcology and the surrounding desert   All sessions take place at Arcosanti and are led by Arcosanti residents. Cost is $990 and sessions are limited to six people. Accommodations for Experience Week workshops are in a shared co-ed dorm with full kitchen, living room, shower room and bathroom. Participants must be 21 or over. Email workshop@arcosanti.org for more information or register via arcosanti.org/workshops/.   Date: Sunday, May 22-Friday, May 277 Time: All day Location: Arcosanti (address below) Arcosanti 13555 S. Cross L Road, Mayer 86333 928-632-7135 arcosanti.org

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    MAY 2022 – Miracle Mile Deli specials and 73rd anniversary - May 26, 2022

    Date: May 26, 2022

    May is Burger Month – Enjoy a different burger each week on special for $11.00. It includes fries and a dill pickle. 5/2-5/7 – Uptown Burger – 1/3 pound fresh beef patty, Pepper Jack cheese, avocado, grilled onions, lettuce, tomato & chipotle mayo. 5/9-5/14— Ellis Island Burger – This classic 1/3 pound fresh beef chuck is served with your choice of aged Cheddar, Imported Swiss, Classic American, Provolone or Pepper Jack cheese. Green leaf lettuce, tomato and red onion. 5/16-5/21 – Jack & Patty Melt – 1/3 pound fresh beef patty, grilled onions, Pepper Jack cheese & Miracle Mile dressing served on grilled Rye. 5/23-5/28 – Broadway Burger – This incredible cheeseburger is topped with aged Cheddar, crispy bacon, green leaf lettuce, tomato, red onion and Miracle Mile dressing! Tuesday, May 10: Miracle Mile Deli Day – We’re celebrating 73 years in business with a $19.49 Special. Enjoy a Pastrami, Brisket or Corned Beef Sandwich with a draft beer or slice of pie for $19.49. We will also give away $100.00 gift card every hour from 12p-7p. 4433 North 16th Street Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 776-0992 miraclemiledeli.com   Hours: Monday-Saturday, 11 am-7 pm Closed Sundays. Curbside, Dine in, Take Out, and Catering available.

  • Arizona Restaurant Association Announces 2022 Spring Arizona Restaurant Week Dates - May 26, 2022

    Date: May 26, 2022

    The Arizona Restaurant Association announces the return of its annual Spring Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW). Taking place at participating dining establishments from Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 29, Spring Arizona Restaurant Week features specific three-course menus at a variety of restaurants throughout the state. Arizona Restaurant Week serves as a time to showcase the state’s culinary breadth and highlight the talent of chef-driven establishments while giving diners an opportunity to try new menus for a great deal. During this 10-day culinary event, participating restaurants offer three-course prix fixe menus for just $33, $44 or $55 per person, or even per couple in some instances. Dishes not normally served are often featured on these menus, giving chefs a chance to think further outside their creative box and use very seasonal items while giving diners a taste of something new. Some restaurants also offer wine pairing selections to accompany the menu for an additional cost. Takeout is also available at participating restaurants. Returning ARW participants already committed to this year’s event include: Blue Agave Mexican Cantina Buck & Rider Charleston’s Restaurant Chelsea’s Kitchen MATCH Market & Bar Paul Martin’s American Grill The Canal Club The House Brasserie Thirsty Lion Gastropub locations in Tempe Marketplace, Gilbert, Chandler and Desert Ridge University Club of Phoenix The Arizona Restaurant Association welcomes new and returning restaurants to participate in Arizona Restaurant Week. Applications can be completed online at www.azrestaurant.org/arw/. Beginning May 1, a complete list of Spring Arizona Restaurant Week participants and their menus will be posted via www.arizonarestaurantweek.com. As new restaurants are added, the website will be updated to reflect the most comprehensive list of choices.

  • Macayo’s Mexican Food Launches New Beverage Program April 6 - May 26, 2022

    Date: May 26, 2022

    On Wednesday, April 6 Macayo’s Mexican Food, the longstanding Mexican food restaurant brand with locations throughout the valley, rolls out its new beverage program. The new selections are a result of a project that began with a review of the brand’s current beverage menu. From that research Macayo’s collaborated with Jason Asher and Mat Snapp of Barter & Shake, which presented Macayo’s with a multitude of innovative and enticing new beverage selections.   Macayo’s new beverage program encompasses all these things and is a comprehensive expression of extensive market research on trending flavors and drinks around the country and regionally. New cocktails to be included on the new beverage menu include: Bee’s Passion featuring house gin, house made sweet and sour and passion fruit topped with Strawberry Citrus Smash Spiked Ice Berry Cooler — house vodka, house made sweet and sour and raspberry topped with Lemonade Refresher Spiked Ice Cantarito featuring Corazon Blanco, house made sweet and sour and orange juice topped with Ruby Fizz Spiked Ice Guava Colada — Myer’s Platinum Rum, house made sweet and sour, pineapple juice coconut and guava with a Myer’s Dark Rum float Ranch Water — made with Corazon Blanco, house made sweet and sour and pineapple topped with Cherry Lime Chiller Spiked Ice Red Sangria featuring house red blend, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, Fireball Cinnamon Whisky, house made sweet and sour, lime juice, orange juice and blackberry (photo attached) White Sangria — house pinot grigio, Gran Gala Orange Liqueur, Mr. Boston Peach Schnapps, house made sweet and sour, lime juice, guava and peach   Macayo’s Mexican Food restaurants will also feature a new-to-market hard seltzer from Sparkling Ice. The line of Sparkling Ice Spiked beverages are low calorie and contain zero sugar. Various flavors are featured in some of the cocktails noted above and are available to purchase by the can for $4.25 each.   To complement the brand’s bright and bold new beverage program, Macayo’s is featuring beautiful new glassware, helping to make every sip a celebration. New products include cantarito glasses as well as clay mugs for $9.99 each. New glassware  — as well as existing items in Macayo’s home product line such as Macayo’s margarita glasses, $19.95 for a set of four, and Macayo’s glass carafe, $11.95 each — will be available for purchase online at www.macayo.com/shop.