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Restaurant Review
Gurley St. Grill

It was recommended that I visited this restaurant on my next trip to Prescott, which lead me to this historic building on Gurley St. From what I had heard, this place was pretty busy. The large number of patrons on a Sunday afternoon seemed to confirm this.

Feature Article
No Vacancy
by Crystal Coons

Every once in a while, the city is just too much for some of us. The palm trees, the cactus, the overpriced lattes. We need to get away. So I did. We decided to go up to Sedona, and if you're a devoted reader of my column, which I'm sure you are, you know Sedona is my most favorite get away in the state. We ended up leaving at about 6ish this past Saturday. We packed up the truck to make the 2.5 hour drive. We had an awesome talking all the way, and being our usual dorky selves. We got into the Village of Oak Creek, and we thought it would be nice if we tried another hotel, rather than the one we typically stay at. We drove to several and found they had no vacancy. No Vacancy. The theme of the night.

Arizona Dry Humor / Jokes
Joke Of The Week

A woman had been living in Arizona for about a year. While talking to a friend of hers back east, she spent a considerable amount of time boasting about how wonderful it is to live here.

"The scenery is beautiful, everyone is so friendly, and the weather is gorgeous," she noted.

That fall, her friend came to visit for a week. The first day she was here, it rained. The woman was so disappointed, especially after claiming how wonderfully sunny it always was.

"I can't believe it's raining. It almost never rains," she whined.

In an attempt to console her, her friend replies, "But it's a dry rain."
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