Wednesday, April 20

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Local Love: Joe's Midnight

The new restaurant, which takes over a former drive-thru liquor store at 6101 North Seventh Street, specializes in wood-fired fare ranging from blistered shishito peppers and grilled wings to oven-roasted foie gras with blackberry jam and cashew butter. With a '90s hip-hop theme, Joe's owner hopes to bring an edgy, irreverent vibe to the bourgeoning neighborhood, which will be complemented by a menu of beer, wine, and spirits on tap and a kitchen that's open until 2 a.m. 

The Joe's Midnight Run building was originally built in the 1960s as a liquor store, and has been expanded to make room for the restaurant's bar and kitchen. Diners can take in the original wood ceiling beams that stretch over the dining room, and a large skylight in the center of the space bathes the room in soft natural light.

Wooden accents, exposed brickwork, and playful lighting give the space a subtle Midcentury Modern style, while textural elements like a steel partition keep things fresh. The brick wall opposite the restaurant's open kitchen references the '90s hip-hop theme with quotes and sayings.

For more information visit:

6101 N 7th St
Phoenix, AZ 85014

PlanetPalooza Brings Earth Day Family Fun 

This year the city of Peoria will be hosting it’s first-ever Earth Day festival, Planetpalooza, on Saturday, April 23 at Centennial Plaza Park. This festival is a free, family friendly event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Attendees will get to meet Peoria's new planetary superheroes, the Desert Defenders, which include Water Woman, The Generator and Recyclone. Kids will also have the chance to make their own capes and take pictures with the superheroes. Also, there will be educational exhibits, food vendors/trucks, handcrafted goods, live music from Sughabeats, The Hamptons and Jeoride, an electric car show, an eco-fashion show, Kid Zone with inflatables, face painting and games. For more information about Planetpalooza or other sustainability activities and initiatives, visit or contact 623-773-7684 or

Debbie Hernández/ Home Depot

Learn to build a hanging gutter planter. Join our workshop and learn to use a power drill and other tools to create a simple planter from vinyl gutters and caps. Then, personalize your project with paint and, with the addition of rope and hooks, the space-saving design can be used to grow and display a variety of plants.

The Home Depot Workshops are designed to provide a mix of associate led instruction, demonstration, and some hands-on learning. Materials can be purchased to make your own project. For more information, contact your local Home Depot store at

Debbie Hernandez with Home Depot

Everything you need to know about OZONE

Tips are listed on that site but main ones are carpool, refuel your vehicle AFTER DARK, don't idle in drive-thru lines, and avoid time outside, especially children and elderly.  Can make it tougher to breath, can cause coughing and itchy eyes.  

The Wildlife World Zoo

The Wildlife World Zoo is located at 16501 W. Northern Ave. in Litchfield Park.
For more information on all the zoo's exciting attractions and events, call 623-935-WILD or check out their website  

"Celebrate Earthday with Wildlife World and Ratchet and Clank".  
We will be doing a VIP Giveaway for a prescreening for the movie immediately after our GMAZ segment on our Facebook Page.

April 18-22 is Tech Recycling Week

All Arizona locations of Data Doctors will be serving as a drop off point for your unused electronics. To find the location nearest you, go to:

List of Acceptable Items:

  • Computer Equipment  PC's, Laptops, Servers, Tablet Computers, LCD Monitors, Modems, Switches, Hubs and Routers, Storage Devices, Main Frames, Servers, Power Supplies, Tape Libraries, Circuit Boards, Power Cords, Wire and Cabling, Mice, Keyboards, Hard Drives, Floppy, DVD and CD Drives, etc.
  • Point of Sale Equipment: Credit Card Machines, Printers, Scanners, etc.
  • Telecom Equipment:  Telephones, Cell Phones, Switches, CSU/DSU Multiplexing Equipment, Phone Systems, Answering Systems, etc.
  • Printing Equipment:  Printers, Fax Machines, Copiers, Calculators, Typewriters, and Printer Cartridges
  • Audio/Visual Equipment  Flat Panel Televisions (LCD, Plasma, LED), Stereos, Radios, Amplifiers, Projectors, Satellite and Cable Equipment, Video Equipment, Video Game Equipment, Surveillance Equipment, Cameras, Broadcasting Equipment, Communication Equipment, etc. 
  • Miscellaneous Electronic Items: 
  •  Test Equipment, Lab Equipment, Medical Equipment, Cables and Wire, Connectors, Ballasts (No PCB's), Power Strips, etc.
  • Surplus Metals, Wire, Cable, etc.

Unfortunately Technology Recycling Week will not be accepting CRT televisions, CRT monitors, vacuums, hair dryers or alkaline batteries.

Legends of Guitar Show featuring Anthony Mazzella

7pm show tonight at Hard Rock Cafe
Every Thursday at Sound Bites Showroom in Sedona 7pm

Fawn Fashion