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  • Community Florist
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    550 W McDowell Rd
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • MacAlpine's Vintage and Antiques
    In its 75-years of life, MacAlpine's has seen a lot: a stock market crash, the Great Depression, a World War. It's watched as Phoenix grew from a small town to a bustling epicenter, and, most recently, it also served as the setting for a music video from a local performer. So it's fitting then, that those looking to own a piece of the past now flock here for more than just a malted milk. Today, the old-timey soda shoppe–-complete with its checkered floor, high-topped counter, and abundance of retro Coca-Cola signs––is also a modern-day vintage clothing and antique store, named, appropriately, MacAlpine's Vintage and Antiques. A perfect setup really, considering nothing beats an afternoon of sifting through A-line skirts and colorful ties, or vintage train sets and furniture, quite like a frosty milkshake or the chance to dance the hand jive in socially-acceptable setting.
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    2303 North 7th Street
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Yogini's
    During both heated and non-heated yoga classes at Yogini's, each regimen of stretches and poses bolsters strength and flexibility while ousting toxins. All of Yogini?s instructors have been certified by the Arizona Yoga College, can claim at least three years of dedicated practice, and can make a fully grown pretzel cry.
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    3508 N 7th St
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Bards Books
    For booklovers by booklovers! Cozy bookstore open 7 days a week since 2008. We offer New & Used Books, fiction, non-fiction, children's & collectible; we stock out new arrivals every day. You never know what gems you'll find; trade for credit. B/W Indian School & Thomas, west side of 7th St, north of Osborn.
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    3508 N 7th St
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Arizona Highways Magazine
    In 1925, the Arizona Department of Transportation published the first issue of Arizona Highways magazine as a way to attract a new population of automobile drivers, encouraging motorists to get off the couch and discover both new and old in the Grand Canyon state. That first cover?despite the fact that it was just black and white?captured the beauty of the Phoenix to Yuma Highway winding around a sunny hill with shadows draped across its surface like silk stockings on a bedroom chair. After 90 years and subscribers in 50 states and 100 countries, the magazine continues to capture the state's stunning landscapes alongside humorous cartoons, stories, and insightful articles on travel and transportation, showcasing all that is unique about Arizona. The monthly magazine is committed to continually rediscovering the state for its readers, educating them with stunning features about new places to explore such as caves, trails, or the Superstition Mountains, where the backup sun is stored in the event that the first one burns out.
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    2039 West Lewis Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Crave Urban
    Established: 2013 Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Reservations/Appointments: Required Most popular offering: Flavored balsamic vinegar Good for Kids: No Q&A with the Owner What sets your business apart from your competition? We've taken the risk out of buying olive oil and balsamic vinegar by offering the highest quality extra virgin olive oils from olive farms around the world. We also believe we have the best barrel-aged, 18-year balsamic on the market. All our products are all-natural, vegan friendly, and gluten-free. We also give customers the opportunity to sample these products in their homes, where they can learn more about how to cook with these ingredients in a fun and interactive environment with friends or family. Guests will have the opportunity to try a wide variety of some of the finest olive oils, aged balsamic vinegars, sea salts, and spice blends sampled with a variety of food. What was the inspiration for starting this business? People love good food. They also want to understand what they are eating, and how to cook with olive oil and balsamic vinegar. It's a lot of fun to teach them about these ingredients. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? We encourage hosts to prepare a complimentary cheese-and-fruit platter. Your Tasting Expert will do the rest of the work, so you can sit back and enjoy some delicious samples of gourmet olive oils and flavored aged balsamics while your tasting expert teaches guests to distinguish between different products. This is fun for both men and women of all adult ages. What?s your favorite part about your job? Educating people by giving them the chance to try foods they wouldn't ordinarily try, and then watching them enjoy the experience.
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    114 West Adams Street
    Phoenix, AZ US
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