Helen Yung Sweet Republic 9160 East Shea Boulevard, Scottsdale 480-248-6979, www.sweetrepublic.com See also: -- Sweet Republic Makes U.S. News and World Report's List of America's Best Ice Cream -- Tastemaker 88: Jan Wichayanuparp and Helen Yung This is part one of my interview with Helen Yung, c ... More >>
Just who is paying Lisa Hauser's tab?Monday morning, oral arguments are scheduled to begin in the legal challenge to the recall of state Senate President Russell Pearce. Lawyers representing the Arizona Secretary of State, Maricopa County Elections and the recall committee Citizens for a Better ... More >>
Sweet Republic's toffee banofi sundae gets TV time.Looks like Sweet Republic, the artisan ice cream haven in Scottsdale, has caught the attention of the national media -- and it hasn't been the first time. Prior to celebrating their third birthday last month, Jan Wichayanuparp and Helen Yung ... More >>
Wikimedia CommonsWarner Music Group artist MadonnaWarner Music Group -- home to acts like Led Zeppelin, Green Day, and Tempe-based indie rock band The Maine -- is for sale. If you think it's tough outbidding other eBay users for a rare record, you should see the bidding battle currently underway ... More >>
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