Wake Up Call

Pre-Solstice Party, Wine Maker Meet and Greet, Nut-Free B-Ball Game and Hamburger Cupcakes in Today's Eater's Digest

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Roosevelt Row Pre-Solstice Party
Tonight, May 21st, from 5 p.m. until midnight head to the roof of the PTE Offices at 1017 N. Central Ave for a Pre- Solstice Party.

Tickets are $50 per person and all proceeds go to benefit art-based neighborhood improvement projects on and near Roosevelt Row, such as the gRow House. Tickets include food from Athenian Express, beer and wine.

We're really looking forward to the silent auction. Win unique foodie experiences like Baking with Brady from Urban Cookies and Dinner for 6 cooked in your house by chef Azalia Trujillo. Click here for more information.

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Wine Maker Antonio Sanguineti Bottle Signing
This Saturday May 22, rom 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. join Queen Creek Olive Mill as they welcome wold famous wine-maker Antonio Sanquineti. Complimentary wine tastings, bottle signings, and your chance to meet and talk the wine extraordinaire. Visit www.queencreekolivemill.com for more details.

Peanut Free D-Backs Game
Is an Epi-Pen your most important accessory? Take yourself out to the ballgame, for once. The Diamondback have teamed up with the Phoenix Allergy Network to provide "Peanut-Controlled" party suites. Seating is limited and will run you $25 per person. For more information call 602-410-5783

Hamburger Cupcakes!
Imagine how happy we were when an office-mate's girlfriend dropped these impressive cupcakes off at the New Times building! A yellow cake"sesame seed bun" sandwiching a brownie "burger" complete with "mustard and ketchup." We hope to see more of her cute -- and tasty-- creations in the near future.

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Shannon Armour
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