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Motor through time at the Heritage Festival
This year's event features approximately 100 vintage and classic cars, dozens of historic craft demonstrations and hands-on cultural activities, food trucks, and live music. The Rosson House Museum and Handcrafted will both be open for their regular hours.
For more information,visit: www.Heritagesquarephx.org
Live Music Arizona's official historical brass band, Territorial Brass: http://www.territorialbrass.com/
Truck provided by Hall of Fame Museum: http://www.hallofflame.org/
Motoring Thru Time & Heritage Festival at Heritage Square,Saturday, February 4th from 10am-4pm; 113 N. Sixth St., Phoenix, AZ 85004; (602) 262-5070
The booming, half-mile stretch of eateries is about to gain its most notable addition yet with the confirmed Feb. 3 opening of Mora Italian by acclaimed chef, restaurateur, cookbook author and judge on Food Network's highly rated "Chopped," Scott Conant.
Conant, who operates restaurants in Las Vegas, Miami and New York, is easily one of the country's most talked-about and admired Italian chefs, and he fell in love with Phoenix after spending time in the sprawling Southwestern capital. He was immediately captivated by the region's burgeoning restaurant scene and everlasting sunshine, which together created an ideal setting for his vision of a lively, approachable Italian eatery.
Opening Hours: (Lunch, brunch and updated hours coming in a few weeks.)
Monday through Thursday 5PM-10PM
Friday and Saturday 5PM-11PM
Bar is open until 12AM Thursday, Friday and Saturday
5651 N 7th St, Phoenix, AZ 85014
Dave Owens, The Garden Guy shows us how to prepare soil using sugar, corn meal, coffee grounds and compost
"Compost is what you get when organic material breaks down and decomposes in an enclosed space. Within that space, moisture is held in to help the process. Nitrogen and more than a dozen essential elements pack it full of nutrients and micronutrients. It provides soil with a kick in the pants to get micro biotic activity going. That in turn makes the soil more hospitable to plants, helping it to provide roots with more food, like iron. This is one of the great benefits of organic additives."
Top Golf Movies
The Jack Nicklaus of golf movies! Bill Murray, as greenkeeper Carl Spackler, improvised all of his lines. In fact, a lot of the movie was improvised. Director Harold Ramis basically put together a cast of the funniest people of the day and let them do what they do best -- be funny. Hard to top Caddyshac, It's perfect. It can't be topped, proven by the horrible sequel.
#2 Tin Cup
Kevin Costner is a mix of John Daly and Phil Mickelson go for broke, always trying to pull of the unlikely shot. Lots of cameos in this including Peter Kostis and Mickelson. Cheech is the caddie Romeo, best "Romeo" in a drama since Romeo and Juliet.
#3 Happy Gilmore
Who doesn't love a Bob Barker fight scene? Even decades later, some tour players use the famous Happy Gilmore swing when messing around or in pro ams. Adam Sandler at his best.
#4 The Greatest Game Ever Played
Shia Labeouf plays Francis Ouimet, the first amateur golfer to win the U.S Open in 1913 in Brookline, Massachusetts, a place where he started out as a caddy. An inspiring movie where golf was pretty much a game for the wealthy. Ouimet was a working class kid who defied the odds. (considered the "father of Amateur Golf" before the rise of Bobby Jones.
#5 Legend of Bagger Vance
It didn't do great at the box office, but it showed the importance of having a great caddie. Matt Damon is Rannuply Junuh, a promising golfer who's lost his love of the game. Enter Bagger Vance, played by Will Smith who becomes his swing coach, mental coach and a friend helps him overcome his demons. Directed by Robert Redford.
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AAA Highroads: Flagstaff in the Winter
Flagstaff is having one of its best winters in years, and we travel north to enjoy the fun. We'll first go to the Nordic Center. First we'll go cross country skiing on the finely groomed trails, try some snow shoing then enjoy biking of all things in the snow. We'll also get in a little downhill skiing at the Snow Bowl and cap our day with a fine dinner at Criollo.
AAA Highroads airs on Saturdays at 8 p.m. on 3TV.
For more information, visit: www.aaahighroads.com
Super Bowl commercials already building social media buzz
We're just days away from the Falcons taking the field against the Patriots, but as usual, a lot of buzz on social media, surrounds the commercials. We talk to a local advertising expert about some of the hottest ads you'll see during the Big Game. Snickers will try to lure audiences with a first ever live commercial, while other brands opt for humor and romance. Will these tactics work on today's audience? And are these efforts in vain, as many people can simply watch the new Super Bowl ads online?
For more information: www.riester.com
3344 E. Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Brewers Bowl celebrates growing craft beer scene in AZ
On Saturday, February 4th from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m., the third annual Brewers Bowl craft beer festival will be held in the heart of downtown Scottsdale, on Brown between 3rd and 4th Avenues. There will be beer tastings, live music, food trucks and more!
The Brewers Bowl will be held in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale near 4216 N. Brown Ave., Scottsdale, Ariz. 85251. The festival is set-up on Brown Avenue between 3rd and 4th Avenues, which is closed to vehicle traffic.
Advance purchase general admission is $35 dollars and includes 20 beer-tasting tickets. General admission tickets will increase to $40 at the gate. VIP admission is $55, and includes 25 tickets, plus one-hour early entry into the event at 4 p.m. A portion of event proceeds will benefit the Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit: www.brewersbowl.com
Super Bowl Food: Rinaldis Deli
For more information: http://www.rinaldisdeli.com/
16211 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254
21705 N. 19th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85027
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