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Celebrating Independents Week at Tempe's Cartel Coffee
This week people are encouraged to support locally owned businesses for National Independents Week. Tempe's Cartel Coffee is celebrating Arizona's small businesses with free coffee!
Starting at 8am to 9am the first 50 people can get a free coffee.
Tempe's Cartel Coffee
225 W University Dr., #101
Phone: (480) 621-6381
Score big deals during Independents Week
From now until Sunday, you can score big discounts at nearly 300 local business around Arizona for Independents Week. Kylee Cruz is at Practical Art in Central Phoenix to tell us how we can save money while shopping local!
Independents Week is Arizona's only week-long celebration of local businesses that lets you save money while shopping local. During July 1-9, use your Golden Coupon to save 20% at hundreds of participating businesses in every imaginable industry all across Arizona!
For more information on Independence Week, visit: http://www.localfirstaz.com/independents-week/
5070 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
New Wave Market opens with free ice cream!
The new craft market is having its grand opening on Saturday and will be handing out free mini ice cream cones to guests. Both the specialty ice cream flavors and waffle cones will be made in house by owner/pastry chef Country Velador.
New Wave Market adjoins Super Chunk with 1,100 square feet of retail space. The market has an expanded menu of breads and baked goods, lunch, grab and go items, and locally roasted coffee from Peixoto Coffee.
For more information, visit: www.newwavemarket.com
New Wave Market
7120 E. 6th Ave. #20 Scottsdale
Open Tues- Sat: 8 am- 5 pm
It's National Fried Chicken Day!
Phoenix's landmark TEXAZ Grill is offering a mouth-watering special in honor of National Fried Chicken Day, today, beginning after 4 p.m. After 4pm, enjoy TEXAZ's famous Southern Fried Chicken, featuring 100% natural and antibiotic-free chicken, served with housemade cole slaw, choice of potato and hoe cakes for only $14. But get there early, because there is a limited quantity and they are expected to sell out.
For more information, visit: www.texazgrill.com
National Fried Chicken Day (Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 4 to 10 pm)
6003 N. 16th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Celebrating Fried Chicken Day with Lo Lo's Chicken & Waffles
We couldn't celebrate National Fried Chicken Day without Lo Lo's Chicken & Waffles. It's scratch-made, and over the course of ten years, has been perfected by Founder Larry White, known as "Lo-Lo." His now famous fried chicken and homemade waffle recipe gained traction with the likes of Charles Barkley, Shaq and the late Muhammad Ali, helping to turn Phoenix into an unlikely destination for authentic soul food.
For more information and locations, visit: http://loloschickenandwaffles.com/
Raising Cane's: Where every day is Fried Chicken Day
If you've never heard the story behind Raising Canes, it's a real rag to riches story. The founder was told by his professor that his idea for a chicken finger restaurant would never fly. The banks said the same thing. Now, the popular restaurant has locations all around the country, where we're sure they celebrate National Fried Chicken Day, every day.
For more information and locations, visit: https://www.raisingcanes.com/
Big Brother begins its 19th season with new drama
New drama and lots of laughter is promised for the new season of BIG BROTHER on CBS. We get an update with Host Julie Chen, as they follow a group of total strangers in a house outfitted with 87 HD cameras and more than 100 microphones. Their every move is recorded, and each week, someone is voted out of the house. The last remaining house guest receives the grand prize of $500,000.
Big Brother airs tonight on CBS 5 at 8pm.
For more information, visit: http://www.cbs.com/shows/big_brother/
At the Movies: Spiderman
Tara Hitchcock sits down with the cast of the new movie, "Spiderman."
For more information on the Spiderman movie, visit: http://www.sonypictures.com/movies/spidermanhomecoming/
For more information on Tara reviews and interviews visit these websites:
The Garden Guy: Summer Insect Control
There are a number of organic techniques I use to reduce the number of pests in and around my home. Best of all, none of them will harm pets, children or the environment. Surrounding your garden with upright rosemary not only repels insects, but it makes a nice hedge. Rosemary naturally repels insects and smells and looks great, too. If you have ant problems, try sprinkling bay leaves in and around problem areas. Bay leaves can also be placed throughout your pantry and cabinets for added protection. In addition, peppermint, tansy and geraniums have been known to ward off ants. Another herb that grows almost all year in the ground and in pots is basil. Not only is it great for cooking, but basil will ward off flies and mosquitoes. Tip: Grow basil in an area that receives afternoon shade. Chemicals can't tell the difference between beneficial bugs and non-beneficial bugs. So, the best way to get rid of bad bugs is with garden friendly bugs. The best time to release friendly bugs in in the spring and one of the best insects to release is the ladybug, they are inexpensive, easy to order and ferocious eaters.
With the closing of the local Susan G. Komen organization, local cancer patients and donors may not know where they can turn for guidance, assistance and education. Singleton Mom's is a local non-profit organization that people can now turn to with the closing of the breast cancer foundation.
Singleton Mom's is a Scottsdale based organization that helps single parents Valley wide who are battling cancer with support for their day-to-day needs. They offer financial support, toiletries, household items and support groups. The majority of the single parents that are part of the Singleton family are currently battling breast cancer.
Singleton Mom's also just announced an expansion of their program that will now help single parents who have children battling cancer through Singleton Ped's.
For more information, visit: www.singletonmoms.org
7579 E. Main Street, Suite 700
How to dress for your cold office on hot days
Do you feel the chill indoors in the summer? Emilie Andrews, stylist and marketing director for Tempe Marketplace, shows us how to dress on those hot days at the office.
For more information, visit: http://www.tempemarketplace.com/
2000 E Rio Salado Pkwy, Tempe, AZ 85281
Hours: 11am- 9pm
Phone: (480) 966-9338