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As soon as summer’s blazing temperatures drop, all of the Valley’s festivals come out of the woodwork. Music and art fests are sweet, but we’re suckers for great wining and dining.

We’ll be sure to slide to the eastside for the second annual TASTE - Chandler’s Culinary Festival. The Historic Downtown Chandler Promenade will be filled with food vendors from all over town, but its local roster of participating eateries aren’t slouches either. Siracha Lounge's sushi, Urban Tea Loft's specialty teas (natch), and a frosty pint at SanTan Brewing Company are worth your time. TASTE doesn’t skimp on the non-food fun either, with a silent auction as well as live music by jazz guitarists Vandal Hancock Duo.

Sat., Oct. 2, 6-10 p.m., 2010

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