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  1. Three Bites of Restaurant News From the PHX That You Need to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Phoenix New Times

    We've got a lot of few restaurants in the Phoenix area and anodther popular one on the way plus an old one that's been judged one of the best in the United States. Here's what you need to know from the food scene from the past week.

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  2. Inquiry: No Rules Broken in Special Treatment of Parks Boss' Ex-HousemateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Phoenix New Times

    Governor Doug Ducey's administration concluded that Arizona State Parks failed to follow standard practices - but did not break any rules - when the agency took unusual steps to hire a ranger who had a prior relationship with former Director Sue Black. Phoenix New Times first reported in October that Parks hired Sharie Holland, who allegedly dated the former director, as a seasonal park ranger without making her undergo a background check or physical examination.

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  3. Here's What's Opening in Phoenix Movie Theaters This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 7 | Phoenix New Times

    An autobiographical masterpiece, a 25th anniversary reissue, and an understated Swedish troll drama are among the metro Phoenix movie openings for Friday, December 6. Openings were accurate at the time of publication and are subject to change. For showtimes and more film and television coverage, check out the Phoenix New Times film page.

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  4. 10 Area Restaurants Make November's D-List: Wash Those HandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Phoenix New Times

    Every week, the county's health inspectors within Maricopa County Environmental Services give restaurants grades after completing inspections. Participation in the rating system, however, is voluntary, which means owners or managers do not have to accept a grade after an inspection; instead, the restaurants are listed online as "not participating."

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  5. As Pieces of Arizona Drought Plan Fall in Place, CAP Insists on Signing RightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Phoenix New Times

    A longstanding disagreement over whether the Central Arizona Project has the right to sign Arizona's Drought Contingency Plan will likely resurface today, possibly holding up recent progress for a final agreement with the state. Much has happened in the past week.

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  6. Phoenix Artist Lara Plecas Opens Desert Crafted BoutiqueRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 6 | Phoenix New Times

    Phoenix artist Lara Plecas was surrounded by friends and fellow creatives on Friday night, November 23, for the soft opening of her new boutique called Desert Crafted. It's located at 2809 North Seventh Avenue, inside a two-story red brick building.

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  7. The 10 Best Things Our Food Critic Ate This YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Phoenix New Times

    A long year of living and eating in the Sonoran is drawing to a close. I ate some heady meals, including a $364 feast from Binkley's that could have made for a scene in the Satyricon .

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  8. Tacolandia Ticket Prices Go Up on Saturday, December 8: Order NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Phoenix New Times

    If you're looking for the best deal on tickets for Phoenix New Times' third annual Tacolandia festival, you better hurry. Prices go up Saturday, December 8. Tickets currently are $25 for general admission and $45 for VIP, which includes a separate VIP entrance, access to the VIP lounge, and two drink vouchers.

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  9. Drivers Needed: Waymo's New Autonomous Taxi Service Falls Short of 2018 GoalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Phoenix New Times

    Waymo has failed to meet the stated goal of CEO John Krafcik, and expectations of the public, to have a fleet of fully driverless vehicles on the roads of metro Phoenix by the end of 2018. The company is receiving a deluge of media attention today with its launch of a commercial ride-hailing service in Arizona.

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  10. Gila River Indian Community Approves Major Deal to Provide Water to CAPRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Phoenix New Times

    In a major step forward for Arizona's Drought Contingency Plan negotiations, the Gila River Indian Community Council voted unanimously Wednesday in favor of a deal to supply water to the Central Arizona Groundwater Replenishment District. Under the deal, the Gila River Indian Community would supply the district, often referred to as CAGRD, with up to 830,000 acre-feet of desperately needed water over the next 25 years, starting in 2020.

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  11. Here's Your Guide to December 2018 First FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Phoenix New Times

    Take note, Phoenix. December First Friday is a must-see affair. You've got plenty of intriguing exhibits to choose from, plus some time-honored traditions and unique experiences taking place around downtown Phoenix including the return of Crafeteria, the launch for a new line of Fortoul Brothers clothing , a rare gallery show by renowned downtown muralist JB Snyder, and a look at artist Lara Plecas' new Desert Crafted boutique.

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  12. November Openings and Closings: More Doughnuts, Barbecue, and Another Whining PigRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Phoenix New Times

    November has been an exciting month for the Phoenix culinary scene as 19 new restaurants have opened. Crme brulee and grilled-cheese doughnuts; lobster, asparagus, Asiago and Parmesan mac and cheese; and venison sliders are just some of the far-from-ordinary menu items now available in the Phoenix metro area.

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  13. Drab Majesty End 2018 Sharing a Stage With the Smashing PumpkinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Phoenix New Times

    After their stellar Shiny and Oh So Bright Tour kickoff earlier this year at the Gila River Arena, Smashing Pumpkins will return to Phoenix this month for a victory lap. In addition, they're bringing along excellent support in the form of Los Angeles goth rock act Drab Majesty.

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  14. Best of Phoenix 2018: Literary LocationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Phoenix New Times

    Sure, the turmoil of our modern age may have you staring at your brightly lit screen every waking moment, but when's the last time you put down the device and looked at a nice, non-glowing book? There's something reassuring about the printed word nowadays, whether it be the novel that transports you to distant lands or the finely sourced cookbook that will give you better recipes than anywhere online. Luckily, there are plenty of places in the Valley where you can find these magical objects, sometimes for free.

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  15. This Scottsdale Restaurant Was Named Third Best in the U.S. for Fine Dining.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Phoenix New Times

    Scottsdale's Cafe Monarch added to a growing list of accolades Monday night when TripAdvisor named it the third-best restaurant for fine dining in the U.S. The only restaurants finishing ahead of Cafe Monarch are both in New York City Gabriel Kreuther and Daniel. Both were also named among the top 25 in the world in TripAdvisor's 2018 Travelers' Choice Awards.

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  16. Guatemalan Migrant: Tohono Couple Demanded $1K a Night RansomRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Phoenix New Times

    A Tohono O'odham Nation couple took in a Guatemalan migrant who crossed into Arizona illegally from Mexico, then wouldn't let him leave until he paid $1,000 a night for his stay, a federal complaint says. Mariano Pu-Alonzo entered the Tohono O'odham reservation at Arizona's southern border early last week and headed to a residence 23 miles to the north in the tiny town of Ali Chukson, where he believed he'd find people who would help him past the gauntlet of border patrol between there and Phoenix.

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  17. The Best Free Things to Do in Phoenix This WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 3 | Phoenix New Times

    With the holidays coming up, you may find yourself short on cash. Luckily, this week you can have fun for free.

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  18. 5 Ethnic Restaurants in Metro Phoenix That You Need to Try Right NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Phoenix New Times

    Metro Phoenix is an international cornucopia for food lovers. From Peru to Vietnam, Italy to Mexico, our restaurants allow us to take a virtual tour of the world's cuisine without ever straying too far from the 101.

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  19. The 25 Best Concerts in Phoenix in December 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Phoenix New Times

    Look, we get it. You're probably going to be really short on money and time this month, what with the holidays exhausting your supply of both.

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  20. Best of Phoenix 2018: Music Scene CreativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Phoenix New Times

    Whether you're a DJ, singer, dancer, rapper, or any other kind of artist, there's plenty of room for you in Phoenix's expansive, eclectic music scene, and of our favorite bands, musicians, record labels, and other artists proves it. It was hard to narrow down the best from the rest, but we hope we've done just that.

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