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Spring cocktails around the Valley

Spring cocktails around the Valley

This morning I grabbed the paper and found an article on spring cocktails. The way the weather has been, most would think it was closer to summer… But as it heats up, we spend more time outside and in an effort to shake things up, some of these cocktails might be just what the doctor ordered.

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Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Henrix

Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Henrix

This dude is from Miami, but he is producing some unforgettable music. He has worked with countless record labels, too, having release work on Size Records, Mixmash Records, Universal Music, Republic Records… The list goes on. He has a new single out with Celeda called “The Underground” and is doing what he can to be heard.

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Top 38 Golf-Specific Twitter Accounts to Follow

Top 38 Golf-Specific Twitter Accounts to Follow

I joined Twitter in September of 2010 to grow my tutoring business, The Tutoring Solution. I began handling the social media presence for my local golf course in 2011 and quickly used Twitter to connect with other golfers like myself.

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The Phoenician Golf Club: How many steps?

The Phoenician Golf Club: How many steps?

A few weeks ago, I decided to walk the Monument Course at Troon North Golf Club. Turns out it is nearly 20,000 steps and nearly 8.5 miles to walk that golf course. But I did it, it felt great, and I wrote a blog post about it.

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Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Dada Life

Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Dada Life

Fun. Theses guys are fun. That’s all there is to it. When you listen to their music, when you watch their videos, or when you read their posts on Facebook and Twitter, it’s easy to see why these guys are so popular.

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Monument Course: How many steps?

Monument Course: How many steps?

On Saturday I booked a tee time at Troon North Golf Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. Troon North is my favorite golf course in the Valley, and I consider it my home course. Also a big fan of the sliders served at the Dynamite Grille. Those alone make the trip worthwhile.

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Big & Dirty serves Release “Systematic Overdose”

Big & Dirty serves Release “Systematic Overdose”

Big & Dirty takes the next step into 2015. After delivering unquestionable banger “All The Ravers” coming from the mysterious project D.A.F., the Dutch label has recruited another heroes to play the main role on the dancefloors around the world during forthcoming weeks.

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Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Adara

Artist Interview: 1-on-1 with Adara

A few months ago I had no idea who Adara was. I love the name, though. Now I can’t stop listening to her and am pretty sure she will be all the rage by the end of the year. She recently released “Expose,” a track featuring her unforgettable vocals and high-energy progressive house.

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QuikTrip Delivers Outstanding Customer Service

QuikTrip Delivers Outstanding Customer Service

A few weeks ago I stopped by QuikTrip on my way home from the gym for some gas. I noticed an advertisement for Candy Cane Hole Bunches. So I went inside only to find no Candy Cane Hole Bunches available for purchase.

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2007 Paris Calendar: City of Light

2007 Paris Calendar: City of Light

Earlier today I was cleaning the house, and found a Paris calendar from 2007. Our entire house is decorated in Paris stuff, but this was just sitting on a shelf collecting dust. So I opened it, and decided to actually take several of the photos and hang them on our wall.

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