July 30th, 2020 | Season 5 | 18 mins 50 secs
arizona, az, beer, brats, brew, brewery, chandler, cooper state, day tripping, downtown, drink local, dtphx, forty eight state, goodyear, grand canyon state, history, hops, litchfield park, local, local first az, micro, native, old pueblo, phoenician, phoenix, phx, pilsner, pima, podcast, restaurant, scottsdale, travel, tucson, uarizona
Ten55 Brewing Company in Tucson, Arizona.
July 23rd, 2020 | Season 5 | 38 mins 11 secs
arizona, art, az, boca, bomb tacos, chandler, chef, chopped, cooper state, day tripping, downtown, dtphx, forty eight state, goodyear, grand canyon state, history, kiss, litchfield park, man v food, native, old pueblo, phoenician, phoenix, phx, podcast, scottsdale, sonora, tacos, travel, tucson, usa today, visit tucson
Sit down with Chef Maria Mazon of BOCA Tacos y Tequila in Tucson, Arizona
August 22nd, 2019 | Season 3 | 30 mins 21 secs
arizona, art district, arts, coffee, conscience, downtown, educator, entrepreneur, fair trade, first friday, grand canyon state, local first az, nsnaz, phoenix, phx, podcast, rooseveltrow, small business, teacher
ob along with our special guest host from LocalFirst AZ Kendall Jones enjoy a cup of coffee with Stephanie Vasquez at her Fair Trade Coffee shop on Roosevelt Row in Phoenix Arizona. At Fair Trade ‘coffee with a conscience’ is not simply a phrase or a marketing piece rather its a way of life.
August 8th, 2019 | Season 3 | 38 mins 55 secs
agua caliente, arizona, arizona state research library, az memory project, downtown, four peaks, fry, grand canyon state, history, jack swilling, king woolsey, knights of pythias, majerles, marriage, masons, mischief, murder, not so native, nsnaz, phoenix, podcast, state forty eight, territorial, woolsey wentworth building
We met up with our new friend Mike Bell at Majerle’s Sports Grill in downtown Phoenix. What he shared with us is a true wild west story that tells the tale of a woman that journeyed to Arizona for a new life and through some savvy business dealings and ‘relationships’ she wound up being one of the state’s largest landowners. Enjoy!