FOUR GIRLS FOR EVERY BOY! At least that was the ratio for one
lucky guy last weekend when the Fairmont Scottsdale debuted
Salvation, the resort’s new free (for now) Sunday pool party.
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Estate House, which just opened at Scottsdale's SouthBridge, is
a multi-level, mansion-inspired dinner house. The downstairs dining
room, reminiscient of a seaside retreat, features wood beams,
unfinished wood floors and broad-striped drapes
BOLDLY FLAVORED: Brush Fire Arizona Grill offers Southwest
cuisine including, clockwise from lower left, pork tenderloin with
apple-whiskey barbecue sauce and iron skillets of jalapeno baked
beans and green chili au gratin potatoes, housemade jala
With seven band members (from left, Tony Juarez, Phillip Juarez,
Dale Fox, Jeff Dobberpuhl, Gil Guillia, Jim Dustan and Jocelyn
Fox), several of whom are multi-instrumentalists, World Class Thugs
experiment with a maze of musical textu
In strict, cholesterol-rich accordance with Midwestern culinary
tradition, the Grainbelt’s succulent flagship steak dish — the SOB
Filet ($29.95) — is finished in the oven with a stick of butter.
All of the restaurant’s corn-fed cuts are
Phoenix Film Festival founders Jason Carney, left, and Chris
Lamont comb through another batch of films. Since its inception
seven years ago, the festival has grown into the state’s
most-attended, with more than 18,000 attendees in 2006.
Kirkwood-Dellinger (a Valley band led by bassist/singer Brian
Dellinger and guitarist/singer Elmo Kirkwood) have been together
barely four months, but have already recorded a CD and have played
more than 20 shows.
It’s becoming more acceptable for two guys to hang out alone
together. But we’re still negotiating when, and where, and how
often. Here Mike Silver of Ahwatukee Foothills drinks with his
brother in Scottsdale.