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High Time for High Tide

High Time for High Tide

High Tide, a recently opened seafood restaurant in Gilbert, has a good shot at being one of the East Valley’s hottest restaurants. Great seafood is hard to come by, but have a sit-down with High Tide’s Executive Chef Eric Emlet, and you’ll be convinced why the quality of the seafood ...

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Santa Barbara, The Quintessential Beach City!

Santa Barbara, The Quintessential Beach City!

Santa Barbara has long been known as The American Riviera, and for good reasons. In our eyes, no other U.S city delivers such a dramatic seaside setting reminding us so much of the European Riviera and especially Spain’s Mediterranean coast.

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On a Roll

On a Roll

Sushi culture dates back to fourth century BC, originating in Southeast Asia. It was discovered that the salted fish placed in cooked rice results in the first steps of a fermentation process. Centuries later, the Japanese served the first complete sushi dish, calling it Nare-zushi or “aged sushi.”

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Miss Arizona’s Struggles to the Crown

Miss Arizona's Struggles to the Crown

Jordan Wessel wasn’t a pageant baby; she wasn’t even a pageant teen. Her crowning as Miss Arizona was a stunner for her—at age 20, it was the first pageant she’d ever entered.

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Self Sustainable Living: East Valley Style

Self Sustainable Living: East Valley Style

Dennis and Danielle McClung, like many, found themselves struggling to feed their growing family.   In 2008, the couple purchased a foreclosed home that had been abandoned for quite some time. The Mesa home lacked a working plumbing system, with exposed flooring throughout and a run-down, empty 9-foot swimming pool in the ...

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Great Events for March

Great Events for March

Drew Carey March 7, Tempe Drew Carey is an American comedian, actor, photographer, and game show host. Have a few drinks and many more laughs as you enjoy a night of timeless comedy at Tempe Improv.

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High Time for High Tide

High Time for High Tide

High Tide, a recently opened seafood restaurant in Gilbert, has a good shot at being one of the East Valley’s hottest restaurants. Great seafood is hard to come by, but have a sit-down with High Tide’s Executive Chef Eric Emlet, and you’ll be convinced why the quality of the seafood and the methodology behind the cooking makes his restaurant the best around.

Purely Sumptuous, Handcrafted Luxury Soap

Purely-Sumptuous

Handcrafted soaps from Purely Sumptuous will give you a reason to clean up your act. Commercial soaps are often full of chemicals. But Purely Sumptuous soaps are natural, use essential oils and appeal to both adults and children who want quality soap without all the chemicals.

On a Roll

On a Roll

Sushi culture dates back to fourth century BC, originating in Southeast Asia. It was discovered that the salted fish placed in cooked rice results in the first steps of a fermentation process. Centuries later, the Japanese served the first complete sushi dish, calling it Nare-zushi or “aged sushi.”

Dance Like the Gods, Apollo’s Ballroom

Apollos-Ballroom

Apollo’s Ballroom began as a fitness center offering services like personal training, boxing and MMA. In 2013, a family friend possessing years of ballroom experience approached owners Dr. and Mrs. Jean LeTarte. Jean had a passion for arts of any kind and went with the concept, to which she explains, “There is nothing more beautiful than the combination of a healthy and fit body as it is in motion on the ballroom floor.”

Self Sustainable Living: East Valley Style

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Dennis and Danielle McClung, like many, found themselves struggling to feed their growing family.
  In 2008, the couple purchased a foreclosed home that had been abandoned for quite some time. The Mesa home lacked a working plumbing system, with exposed flooring throughout and a run-down, empty 9-foot swimming pool in the backyard. As financial burden weighed on Dennis, the eyesore of a swimming pool shifted from another thing needing to be fixed, to an inspiring opportunity.