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"You know you live in Arizona when... notice the best parking place is determined by shade instead of distance."

Restaurant Review

I've been here several times over the years, but haven't really remembered the experience with any detail. This was a solo-early-dinner. The salsa was a bit sweet, maybe a little too sweet. They brought the "hot" salsa as well, and I was able to cancel out some of the sweetness by mixing them together -- That helped a little.

Feature Article
Rain Dance
by Nick Coons

It was amazing. I was driving through north Scottsdale this afternoon, and I saw grass. Not in people's front lawns, which are intentionally crushed stone anyway, but in natural desert landscape. Driving down Pima Road, looking at the untouched desert on the sides of the road that's normally made up of dust, rocks, and other forms of dirt, as well as several varieties of cactus, now had patches of miscellaneous grass.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A visitor to Arizona once asked, "Does it ever rain out here?"

A rancher quickly answered "Yes, it does. Do you remember that part in the Bible where it rained for 40 days and 40 nights?"

The visitor replied, "Yes, I'm familiar with Noah's flood."

"Well," the rancher puffed up, "We got 'bout two and a half inches during that spell."
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