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According to Entrepreneur magazine, "Breastaurants" (yes, an actual term used to describe restaurants that sport scantily clad women as waitresses), are becoming one of the fastest- growing segments of the hospitality industry. And ... More >>
Another week has come and gone leaving us to ponder the upcoming events that will shape our lives and, more importantly, our dinners out. But before we move on, let's have one last look at the blog posts from this week.
Quick Guide to Cooking Beans
Plastic Disposable Coffee Cup Lids -- Start Your ... More >>
In case anyone in the Valley needed a reminder that you don't make enough money and the recession put your retirement fund in the crapper, Forbes reminds us that five of the world's 1,210 billionaires are Arizonans.
Forbes put out their annual list of worldwide billionaires W ... More >>
It's finals week at Arizona State University, which means The State Press, the school's student newspaper, is printing articles that appear to be term papers. Like, for example, this monster 1,800-word profile of Stinkweeds Records owner, former Modified owner and all-around Phoenix indie booster ... More >>
Based on the most recent job-loss data, Arizona may have been hit harder by the recession than Michigan, a state infamous for job losses in the past. The most recent data shows that Arizona, since the start of the recession, shows the highest percentage of job losses. Arizona, according to th ... More >>
Regular readers of Chow Bella already know we're big on putting your money where your mouth is.
Now Governor Jan Brewer is helping to push the same message as part of a statewide campaign to "kick-start the economy" through dining out at local restaurants.
Dine4AZ, launched today by Shamrock ... More >>
Congratulations America, the recession is almost unofficially over!Well, if you believe Valley businesses that have declared September 17 the official end of our current national economic woes.If it was that easy, why the hell didn't they do this six months ago? Not only are all of our e ... More >>
Last year, when the city of Phoenix still had money, Earth Hour was all fun and games. Then came the recession, which forced the city to start making nine-digit budget cuts and laying off hundreds of people.
New Times has confirmed that, this year, Phoenix won't be sp ... More >>
Separated at birth? According to economist Paul Krugman, it's possible.
Will soon-to-be Arizona Governor Jan Brewer repeat the mistakes of Republicans in the midst of the Great Depression, specifically those of President Herbert Hoover?It seems likely. With a GOP-led legislature intent on "starv ... More >>
GOP boosters say Arizona's medical system for the poor should be a model for national health-care reform. But three federal investigations question whether Arizona's system is any less expensive than traditional Medicaid plans.