Thursday, October 20

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Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Disability Job Fair

The Tempe Mayor's Commission on Disability Concerns and the Tempe Office of Strategic Management and Diversity recognize National Disability Awareness Month with: Tempe Presents: Deaf and Hard of Hearing/Disability Job Fair from 9 a.m to. 2 p.m., Oct. 20, at the Tempe Public Library, 3500 S. Rural Road.  

Tempe is actively seeking to increase employment opportunities and diversity while promoting the strong contributions of qualified applicants who are Deaf, hard of hearing, and disabled.

More information is available at

Paul's Carwash to benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters begins today

It's the 9th year for Paul's Carwash, partnered with 95.1 The Oasis, and you can join the crew of CBS and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona to wash cars and collect donations! Participate by bringing your car down. Beginning today, CBS-5 Meteorologist Paul Horton will live in an RV at Desert Ridge Marketplace for the entire week, as he prepares to wash upwards of 2,000 cars to raise money and awareness for Big Brothers Big Sisters. It's a fun community event featuring music, mini horses, drill team entertainment and more. Last year Mayor Greg Stanton kicked things off as Dan Majerle, Grumpy Cat, Tom Chambers, Alice Cooper, and Luis Gonzales all drove their cars through. 

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Crab & Mermaid

Crab & Mermaid Fish Shop is one of the newest brands of Square One Concepts located in Old Town Scottsdale. The friendly and easy going seashore atmosphere allows patrons to enjoy an unforgettable yet casual seafood experience. The menu focuses on fresh seafood from coast to coast featuring regional clam chowder, lobster rolls, crab cakes, a raw bar and more.

For more information: 

Crab & Mermaid Fish Shop
4218 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Sun-Thurs: 11am-10pm
Fri-Sat: 11am-11pm
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6pm
(480) 758-4994

Bourbon & Bones

Bourbon & Bones is the youngest brand of Square One Concepts located in Old Town Scottsdale. The modern, upscale chophouse offers an extensive high-end bourbon list of more than 75 bourbons as well as a classic handcrafted cocktail program, along with a selection of craft beers and fine wines, all with a with a modern twist. The menu features top quality dry and wet aged steaks including bone-in cuts and chops, fresh seafood and Chef Isaac Carter's signature side dishes in an upbeat boutique fine dining setting. Open seven days a week from 3pm-1am. Happy Hour Monday-Friday 3-6pm and a "Power Lunch" on Fridays only from 11-3.

For more information: 

Bourbon & Bones
4200 N Scottsdale Rd Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Dining Room: Daily 5-11pm
Bar: Sun-Thurs 4pm-12am; Fri-Sat 4pm-1am
Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 4-6pm (Bar Only)
(480) 629-4922

Anthem Tree Arrival

The Outlets at Anthem welcomed Arizona's tallest Christmas tree this morning, as it arrived on a flatbed truck at 6:30 a.m. The festive tree arrival celebration featured a hot chocolate station, carolers, Santa arriving on a firetruck, and more. It will take a 10-person team more than 120 hours to shape and decorate the 22-foot-wide tree with more than 5,000 ornaments and 8,000 feet of lights. 

For more info:

Outlets at Anthem
4250 W Anthem Way, Phoenix, AZ 85086
1-17 & Anthem Way 

Fiesta Bowl Balloon Testing

If you love parades, there's no better way to celebrate the Fiesta Bowl than attending the annual National Bank of Arizona Fiesta Bowl Parade, now in its 46th year. While the parade takes place on Dec 31st, and is free to the public, this morning, staff tested out the balloons you'll see, to get ready for the big day. The parade will feature brilliantly colored floats, giant helium balloons, equestrian units, local celebs, marching bands and more, along the two-mile parade route through Central Phoenix. If you can't make it out, you can watch it live on 3TV, on and on the 3TV News mobile app. 

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Dave Owens, The Garden Guy: Fall herbs for cooking and medical needs

Planting an herb garden is going to do a lot for you besides add tasty ingredients to your food. Herbs can help heal many of the problems that ail you. For centuries, farmers, gardeners, herbalists and scientists have grown and developed herbs to help people feel better. 

They are a source for vitamins and are still used to a great extent in Europe and Asia. A list of common plants and herbs that can help are Aloe for sunburned skin, Calendula for cuts and burns (steep petals in boiling water, then soak a compress in the liquid). Garlic to cure a mild cold or sore throat (drink a mixture of crushed garlic cloves with hot water. Parsley, mint tea, peppermint and lemon balm are others to consider. 

To get herbs to grow healthy, plant them in a white 1 or 5-gallon plastic bucket in organic soil. Place the potted herbs in an eastern exposure where they will receive morning light and afternoon shade. Fertilize your herbs with a light dose of extreme juice every 3 weeks or so. Our water has a lot of salt in it so when you irrigate, makes sure the water flushes out the bottom of the pot."

Contact Dave at, or visit 

Curt Whipple: 3 reasons your 401K could ruin your retirement and even your life!

1.  When you really need the money (as in emergency) the government takes up to 55% of what you take out

2.  Your employer decides how you can invest your money by deciding what investments you can choose to invest in

3.  You end up paying the IRS more in taxes by having the 401K then you will save by contributing

-Alternatives (Can depend on age of investor)

1.  Roth IRA - you pay the IRS a small amount of tax and you keep to keep the ALL of your money tax-free!

2.  LIRP (Life Insurance Retirement Plan) No limit on how much you can put in and it all comes out tax-free!

-Important to plan properly or could end up like Willie Nelson and Gary Busey bankruptcy court and IRS Problems

For more information on Curt Whipple CWS, CEP visit his website:
Phone: 877-669-2738 
Chandra Chriswisser from Ohana Salon shows us how easy it is to become a vampire, zombie or a fairy! Visit for more info.

Ohana Salon
6870 E 5th Ave
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Streets of New York 40th Anniversary

Streets of New York, one of the oldest family-owned pizza chains in Arizona, commemorates its 40th anniversary with the 40 Days of Streets celebration. It includes prizes and special dining offers through November 12, 2016 with a portion of the proceeds from the 40th anniversary special benefitting Make-A-Wish Arizona.

Make-A-Wish Arizona will receive a portion of the sales from the "40th Anniversary Weekend Special" (Friday through Sunday), which is a 16" cheese pizza and 24 baked chicken wings for $20.00, as well as $1.00 for each person who enters the campaign. The goal is to raise a total of $5,000.00 to benefit the Make-A-Wish charity.

The 40 Days of Streets celebration will offer a variety of ways for guests to celebrate and participate. Guests may sign up online (http://( or in store for a bevy of prizes, including five grand prizes, which will be drawn each week throughout October and November. Prizes will include:

  • Daily Streets of New York gift card giveaways 
  • A trip to New York City for two to cheer on the Phoenix Suns vs. the New York Knicks on January 21, or the Brooklyn Nets on March 23. Round-trip airfare, lodging for 4 days and spending money are included.
  • A year of free pizza
  • 55" flat-screen television
  • A year of free subs
  • Suite Night at the Suns: Host 20 friends for an evening of food, drinks and the game
  • *In the spirit of harkening back the pricing of the 1970s, the pizza chain will also be offering 76-cent slices of cheese pizza from 12 pm - 5 pm on October 19, 2016 at participating locations.

Family Size Toscana Pasta with Penne Recipe
By Streets of New York
36 oz.     Penne Pasta 
20 oz.     Cubed Chicken Breast (oven-baked)
8 oz.     Pesto Sauce
16 oz.     Alfredo Sauce
12 oz.     Artichoke Hearts
8 oz.     Yellow Onions
4 oz.     Fresh Spinach
6 oz.     Roma Tomato
2 oz.     Fresh Basil    
1 oz.     Fresh Garlic
1 oz.     Olive Oil
4 oz.     Shaved Parmesan Cheese

Toss chicken breast in olive oil and garlic and bake in the oven at 400 degrees until cooked (approximately 50-60 minutes.)
In a pot of salted water, boil the penne pasta. 
Drain the pasta and set aside for later. 
In a sauté pan, add 1oz of olive oil and place on medium heat.
Add the yellow onions and artichoke hearts to the pan and sauté until softened.
Add the garlic chicken breast and continue to sauté. 
Add the pesto sauce and alfredo sauce and continue to cook until all ingredients are hot. 
Add the penne pasta. 
Add in fresh spinach and toss with ingredients. Do not overcook spinach, just wilt it.
Pour into a large serving bowl. 
Salt and pepper to taste.
Top with diced Roma Tomatoes, fresh basil and shaved parmesan. 

Meredith and HGTV's Fixer Upper launch new magazine

HGTV's hit reality couple, Joanna and Chip Gaines of "Fixer Upper" are launching a new lifestyle magazine called Magnolia Journal, which the Meredith Corporation, owners of 3TV and CBS-5, will be publishing. We had a chance to speak with them about their new venture as their Magnolia enterprise continues to grow. Their first issue is available now. 

To order Magnolia Journal: