Over the Weekend: Top Chef, Native American Basketball and Romantasy Cabaret
By Jonathan McNamara
The Summer heat didn't slow Downtown Phoenix Public Market down a bit this Saturday. While just across the street early morning people scrambled to get a seat at Matt's Big Breakfast, market shoppers selected fresh produce, traded crafts and oh yeah, got autographs from Top Chef cast members Richard Blais (season four) and Betty Fraser (season two).
Life is a cabaret old chum, and that means the audience was treated to music, dancing and even a few revealing acts at The Sets on Saturday July 26, 2008.
The NABI’s men and women's brackets battled it out to determine who would win it all and who would go home on July 26, 2008.
Also: Don't miss "Senator Files Ethics Complaint Over Gay Marriage Vote" posted Saturday by John Dickerson on Valley Fever.
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