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Mimita’s Cuban Café Brings Traditional Dishes and Original Plates to the Table

By: Jessica Danielle Ramirez Spanish and African inspiration is what customers will find when dining at Mimita’s Cuban Café.  Named “the best Cuban food” around town, the café combines traditional recipes from past generations and Cuban dishes with a twist.

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Phoenix Teens' Video on Mental Illness Garners National Recognition

By COLTON GAVIN Cronkite News Service WASHINGTON – When Shelly Ortiz and some classmates at Metropolitan Arts Institute in Phoenix were looking for the subject of what would become their award-winning short documentary, they didn’t have to look far. “I have

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Pat Tillman's Death Remembered 10 Years Later

By: AP Associated Press PHOENIX — Tuesday marks the 10th anniversary of the death of former Arizona Cardinals safety Pat Tillman. The former Arizona State University standout, who led the Sun Devils to the Rose Bowl, had an interview with

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Señor Sushi Offers the Perfect Combination of Japanese and Latin Ingredients

By: Jessica Danielle Ramirez In Phoenix, there is a unique spot where two cultures mix. While live Latin music play on one end of the eatery, cooks mak sushi rolls with Mexican ingredients at the other. Lalo Gonzalez is the

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International Women's History Month Celebrates Local Latina's Achievements

By: Cindy G. Castillo March is the International Women’s History Month. The perfect time to celebrate women’s achievements over the past few centuries. For women like Ixchel del Castillo, Hispanic Marketing Manager at Cox Communications, this month represents a celebration

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Super Bowl Central and NFL Experience will be Epicenter for Super Bowl XLIX Activities

The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee today announced several major initiatives that will take over 12 city blocks in downtown Phoenix and together will serve as the hub of fan, sponsor, media and NFL activities for Super Bowl XLIX. The

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Stanton Sets Course for Stronger Economy

Says Phoenix Must Do More to Compete in Innovation-Based Economy, Aims to Double Exports in 10 Years, Triple Phoenix Light Rail Miles Mayor Greg Stanton today said that Phoenix’s long-term prosperity depends on charting a new economic course to make

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Google Selects Phoenix as Potential Site for Ultra High-Speed Internet Service

Faster Internet key to city’s ‘Innovation and infrastructure,’ Stanton Says Phoenix is among a select few U.S. cities that will work with Google to deliver the company’s ultra high-speed Google Fiber network to local residents, businesses, and education centers, Mayor

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Phoenix-area Housing Market Officially in Slowdown

Expect those big price increases we’ve seen for Phoenix-area homes to slow down, possibly even stop or reverse a little this year. A new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University predicts two-plus years

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Artlink Phoenix Presents: Art d'Core Gala

Join Mayor Greg Stanton, Downtown Phoenix, Az Inc., Artlink Phoenix and other community partners on Saturday, March 1, 2014, at the Crescent Ballroom for the Art d’Core Gala.  This exceptional celebration will spotlight the significant contribution of the arts in invigorating and adding

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