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Travel Latin America with Province at The Westin

8 years ago by Kate Crowley
Ever been to Peru or Cuba? Well, now's your chance. Province restaurant at The Westin Phoenix Downtown has extended its Latin Passport Dinner Series, a tour of several Latin countries with a stellar menu created by executive chef Randy Zweiban. Seats for the remainder of August (Peru) and September (Cuba)...
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First Taste: A Haven of Agave Spirits and Latin Food at Ofrenda in Cave Creek

3 months ago by Chris Malloy
Ofrenda in Cave Creek is trying to set the world record for most tequila and mezcal.
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Vecina

This fiercely original restaurant, which opened its heavy front door in Arcadia in 2019, is a gem from start to finish. Chefs Eric Stone and James Fox have developed a one-of-a-kind menu, driven...
Latin, Mexican, Contemporary
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Andrew Thomas Invents New Type of Crime: "Latin America-Style Violence"

13 years ago by Ray Stern
By Ray Stern There's your typical, garden-variety USA-style violence. Even worse, Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas seems to imply in his latest press release, is the dreaded "Latin America-Style violence." But like the propaganda Thomas put forth in a recent public service announcement, Thomas' attempt to capitalize shamelessly on the...
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Cafe Review: Journeying Through Phoenix’s Thriving Black Barbecue Scene

9 months ago by Chris Malloy
In greater Phoenix, eating Black barbecue is a great way to provide support.
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Arizona's 40 Most Influential Musicians

10 months ago by Benjamin Leatherman
A "who's who" of the most iconic, most important, and most influential musicians and bands who are associated with our state.
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What Are MIM’s Curators Listening To?

1 year ago by Jason Keil
Their selections include everything from bluegrass to Bach.
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A Look at the Ancient and Modern Foods of Arizona

1 year ago by Chris Malloy
Chefs, foragers, millers, brewers, and palo verde pod-pickers are driving the ancient and novel cuisines of Arizona.

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