Do the KIND Thing

April 2, 2012 | 4:30 PM | News | By Staff

Each month, Do the KIND Thing challenges residents of a certain city to go out and do one act of kindness – with the promise that if enough people sign up to do so at this website, the KIND organization will pay forward their benevolence by giving back to a group of people in need.

This April, if enough Phoenix residents pledge to send a note of thanks to any educator they know (a mentor, a teacher, or even a wise friend) – KIND will deliver text books to hundreds of local children battling serious illnesses at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. The delivery is aimed at bringing the gift of learning to these children who are not well enough to attend school with their peers.

For more information or to participate, click here.

Goddess-Like Accounting at Mere Mortal Pricing

March 20, 2012 | 9:30 AM | Local | By Staff

Sorry government, but we HATE tax season. Not necessarily the act of paying, but the act of filing is certainly something that makes our stress meters skyrocket. This year, though, we’re feeling less frustrated about tax season…in fact, we may even have a reason to celebrate. Thanks to Shauna Wekherlien, CPA MTAX – AKA the Tax Goddess – tax season just got a whole lot more relaxing.

Recently having been featured on CNN Money and USA Today, Shauna and her team can do it all, from focusing on filing, bookkeeping and payroll services for small businesses to helping individuals do it right. This year, in addition to doing Tax Relax 2012, the sword-loving, martial-arts guru and of course, super-knowledgeable Shauna will offer in-house massages and pampering for clients from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. April 13 and April 16, the day personal taxes are due…which we think is the most awesome idea ever and the best (and only) way we could ever relax before paying the piper.

Tax Goddess Business Services P.C. | 5743 East Thomas Road, Suite 6 |  Scottsdale, AZ 85251 | 602-357-3275

Fashion Gets Ugly: Alexander Wang Sued for His ‘Broadway...

March 8, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Media | By Staff

Apparently fashion month can’t all be about the hoopla of who’s wearing what, where and with whom – there are some serious scandals strutting off the catwalks too –or should we say, behind the catwalks. In an interesting, and rather unfashionable twist, the king of street-cool sportswear Alexander Wang is being struck with a $50 million labor lawsuit. According to the New York Post, Wang is being sued by around thirty of his workers who have been “forced to work 16 hours a day  or longer — without overtime — in a suffocating, windowless, 200-square-foot room” – a “Broadway sweatshop,” as it’s titled by the Daily News. Allegedly, one of his employees even claims he was hospitalized after fainting and told that he would be fired if he didn’t follow rules ( While the Wang empire is denying everything, we can’t help but shake our heads and admit that perhaps the dark side of the fashion industry is striking again.

Have a (Beach) Ball at Phoenix Children’s Hospital Event

March 2, 2012 | 7:55 AM | News | By Staff

Every day thousands of children need the services of Phoenix Children’s Hospital, and every year no event helps meet these needs more than the annual Beach Ball Event fundraiser.

The annual Beach Ball Event has raised millions of dollars over nearly two decades for the hospital; this year, organizers are hoping to raise one million dollars for the expansion of the Emergency and Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center. Apollo Group/University of Phoenix will sponsor the event, which will be at 6 p.m. Saturday March 3 at the Phoenician in Scottsdale. Read “Mia’s Story” for how the Pediatric Trauma Center helped one little girl save her foot by clicking here.

For tickets and for more information, click here.

‘Ask Oz’ Tomorrow at Clarendon Hotel

February 29, 2012 | 4:30 PM | Local | By Staff

Join Sutra Yoga on the SkyDeck at the Clarendon Hotel tomorrow, March 1 at 7:30 am during their complimentary Rooftop Yoga lesson and a special session of ‘Ask Oz’ with Dr. Oz.

Emmy Award-winning Yetta Gibson, Arizona Family’s 3TV correspondent, will be onsite enjoy the class and to facilitate a live session of ‘Ask Oz’ to answer any health related questions you may have. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to ask Dr. Oz about yoga, massage, allergies, ailments, alternative medicine, diet & nutrition, etc, etc, – anything you want to know!

Click here to register for the free class.

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120 Seconds: Rob Schneider

February 17, 2012 | 10:30 AM | 120 Seconds | By Staff

Yes, the hilarious Emmy-nominated comedian, Rob Schneider, from some of our favorite big screen comedies including “Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalo,” “Benchwarmers” and “Grown Ups” with Adam Sandler, Schneider took two minutes to chat with us on his life, the glory of drinking wine and his thoughts on the sequel to “Deuce Bigalow.” See Schneider perform his most recent stand-up comedy act live February 25 at Wild Horse Pass Casino in Chandler. Can’t get enough of the funny man, good news: CBS will begin airing a family comedy based on Schneider’s real-life experiences in 2012.

So here’s how it works, we shoot off random questions, you make it funny and interesting. Ready?

DLT: What’s your favorite thing about Arizona?

Rob Schneider: I love how in February, Arizona mornings are around 70 degrees while most of America is digging out snow and trying to get vitamin D from fish oil!

What’s it like to have your own TV series? It’s a great to have your own show on television. I recommend it to everyone. The hours are good, you get your own dressing room and before taxes it’s a shit-load of money!

Could you sum up your new show in five or less words? Meet Mexican Food Burns Anus!

Do you prefer being on stage or being in front of the camera? I prefer either when it’s going well and neither when it’s going bad!

What’s in your glass at the moment? ( Favorite cocktail, drink?) I like wine because wine is transformative. You could be talking to someone and be bored to tears. But after a couple of glasses of wine you think, “Okay, I’m going to try to have sex with this person!” »READ MORE

Find Your (Millionaire) Prince Charming

February 14, 2012 | 9:30 AM | News | By Staff

Every lady is looking for her prince charming, and if your definition of “prince charming” includes a millionaire’s bank account, then head on down to Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge from 7 to 9 p.m. February 16 for PJ’s Casting Call, an event organized by Phoenix’s Top Dating Coach Joann Cohen and Phoenix Matchmaker Pam Peterson to find beautiful, smart, single women ages 25-35 for several handsome young millionaire clients. Participants will enjoy champagne and strawberries as they find out how the matching process works. If there’s a match for the bachelors at the forefront of the casting call, Pam and Joann will discuss the client with them and potential matches will then complete a profile, photographs and individual interviews. If not, the women may still be matches for other clients.

“We work with successful single men and women looking for their life partners – not dating services,” explains Cohen. While it is one thing to find someone to go on a date with, the matchmakers are looking for smart women with whom their clients can spend the rest of their lives. No trophy wives here – serious ladies only, please!

For more info, call Joann Cohen Coaching at 480-620-1463, Pam and Associates at 602-696-6669 or click here.

Dollhouse Cocktail Lounge | 7419 East Indian Plaza Drive, Scottsdale, AZ | 85251

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Fresh Start’s Growing Impact

February 13, 2012 | 12:30 PM | Events | By Staff

Fresh Start Women’s Foundation is not only one of Arizona’s largest non-profit organizations but continues to be one of our city’s most influential charitable institutions. The organization, which aids in the empowerment and success of women from all walks of life through engagement, educational programs, mentorship, counseling, job training and placement, serves around 30,000 women and their families a year and is quickly attaining national recognition – as evident by their partnership with Ralph Lauren, who will give a runway show featuring looks from Spring 2012 for the 2012 Fresh Start Fashion Gala at the Biltmore. Recently, we sat down with Fresh Start’s new CEO Susan Berman to discuss the Gala and the foundation’s extensive, highly-impactful presence in the Valley.

DLT: Describe for us the mission of Fresh Start:
Susan Berman: Fresh Start was created to address women’s issues and to help empower, encourage and educate women. We started the resource center – which is entering its 10th year of operations – to bring together resources under one roof. We want to empower women to help empower themselves. We look at her as a holistic individual, [helping her with] career enhancement, development, self-esteem issues, women’s dress and professional wear, legal issues, financial issues, action planning and development. We have a very rigorous and robust mentoring program. We look at different educational opportunities and funding and we have opportunities to provide scholarships to different women. »READ MORE

Upload Your “Bradying” Pic

February 9, 2012 | 8:30 AM | National | By Staff

“It’s all about winning. And hair. And winning hair,” says the website dedicated to Tom Brady and his amazing hair. Of course, this week for Brady and Brady fans it’s all about pouting. And pictures. And posting Tom Brady-like pouty pictures on Bradying. Take your own and upload it to the site to join in on the virtual pity party here.

Nourish The Bode

January 16, 2012 | 2:30 PM | LivingWell | By Maxfield Barker

OneBode (pronounced ‘one body’) has a lot to be proud of. After only being in the game since 2006, this all-natural supplement company has grown substantially, sold internationally, and even picked up Steve Nash as their spokesperson.

Selling a variety of products like vitamins, minerals, protein powder, and probiotics, OneBode, unlike most of its competitors, uses only natural, plant-based ingredients. “We’re food and plant-based. The vitamins come from food and we’re really big into plant-based enzymes. We’re more on the holistic side as a supplement company,” Sean Loomer, co-founder of OneBode, said.

Actually, Nash, who is known for being environmentally conscience, approached OneBode to represent them. “He liked our products, our philosophy, and what we were doing. We’re always trying to promote and do as much environmentally good as we can,” Loomer added.

Because of Nash’s Canadian roots, OneBode sales have been rising from our neighbors to the north. Its ongoing dedication to customers includes making sure that the formulas and ingredients are based on the most up-to-date research available, according to the Tempe-based company’s website.

Even though the company has only been around for a hand full of years, they have set themselves apart from other supplement companies. OneBode’s products are clean compared to that of their competitors, who typically use synthetic ingredients in their products, Loomer said. “The brand continues to grow. We continue to educate people on taking vitamins that are from food and not synthetically created. We’re really trying to do things from nature.”

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Get Reel with Hollywood Director

January 13, 2012 | 12:30 PM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

Former Mayor of Tempe and activist Neil Guiliano will interview Hollywood Director Bryan Singer at the Chandler Center for the Arts, January 14. The event, which takes place at 7:00 p.m., will raise funds for the new Holocaust & Tolerance Museum currently being constructed in Chandler, of which both Guiliano and Singer are proponents.

“I am proud to support the museum’s success,” quotes Singer, who not only serves as an executive producer for House and Dirty Sexy Money but who directed several films relating to the Holocaust such as Apt Pupil and Valkyrie, as well as blockbusters such as The Usual Suspects, X-Men and X-2: X-Men United. “You don’t tell stories like Valkyrie or Apt Pupil without it impacting you in a very personal way. It’s critically important for us to honor Holocaust victims and survivors and the unimaginable experiences they endured. It is only by remembering that we can strive to prevent anything like that to happen again.”

Guiliano remarks that “it’s a special opportunity to be able to interview a huge talent like Bryan Singer, but even more important to be involved with a project like the Holocaust & Tolerance museum. Arizona doesn’t have anything like this museum, which will use the lessons of the Holocaust to ensure a world without hate.”

The Chandler Holocaust & Tolerance museum, which will educate the public about the importance of diversity and to combat prejudice at a community and global level, will be one of only five such museums in the country. The museum is a project of the East Valley Jewish Community Center.

To purchase tickets or for more information, click here.

Chandler Center for the Arts | 250 N. Arizona Ave., Chandler, AZ | 85225

Comment on this post your favorite Brian Singer movie and one lucky random reader will win 2 tickets to SATURDAY’S event! The winner will be selected and announced at 3 p.m. today! 

Fashion Guru Simon Doonan to Appear at Barney’s

January 12, 2012 | 7:55 AM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

Don your Little Black Dress and grab your stilettos! Barney’s New York Creative Ambassador-at-Large and know-it-all fashion king Simon Doonan (seriously, he knows everything) will appear at Barney’s in Scottsdale for a signing of his new book, Gay Men Don’t Get Fat, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. January 14. There will be copies of his book available for sale, but arrive early! We know the Louboutin-clad line will be way out the door.

To RSVP, call 602-337-6000.    Photo via SecondCityStyle

The Rumorist Confirmed: Puff Daddy Plays Daddy in AZ

January 4, 2012 | 7:55 AM | News | By Staff

Turns out, Sean “P. Diddy” Combs made it to AZ last night to play daddy to his son Justin Dior Combs during the  Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl at Chase Field last night. Tweeting from the field, I’m so proud of every one of the All American players out here tonight!! #SEMPERFIBOWL #ProudParent LET’S GO!!!” and to his son, “Great game son @JDior_ so proud of you!!!!!!!! Luv

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The Best of 2011: Worth Repeating: Heather Morris, Chic to Gleek...

December 27, 2011 | 2:00 PM | People | By Staff

We’re counting down the top stories of 2011. Check back daily for what you missed loved this past year on DLT. Happy New Year! We’ll see you in 2012!

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (or at least since we launched way back in 2010).

As we get ‘Gleek-ed’ up for the return of “Glee,” we’re bringing back this Q&A with everybody’s fav cheerleader and former ASU student, Heather Morris (aka Brittany).

While in town for the launch of Glee Live, Heather Morris, aka the dippy cheerleader, Brittany, took a few minutes to swap some one liners with us. As ASU’s favorite drop-out and a former back-up dancer for Beyonce, Morris dished about her lack of party skills, as well as preserving her perfect make-out record when she smooched a local youngin. Interview after the jump.


(Online) Shop ‘Til You Drop at KatyBug Faye

December 1, 2011 | 2:00 PM | Her | By Staff

We know that when the challenges in our lives become too much to endure (the holidays have taken quite a toll) there is nothing like a little retail therapy to put the spring back in our step and the glow back into our perfect skin. But driving to the mall involves putting on clothes, getting done up, and walking-just a whole lot of work that frankly, we just don’t want to go through. And the crowds! Shopping is supposed to be relaxing. That’s why lately we’ve been getting our retail fix through the ‘Net.

It used to be just the big name department stores who offered this service, but lately smaller stores have come to the realization that physically going to the mall can be a real time consuming chore, and have set up places online where you can peruse their best stuff right from the comfort of your favorite sitting spot.

Lisa Looney, owner of the fabulous Chandler boutique, KatyBug Faye, just recently opened up an online shop, and so far it’s working out great. We at DLT got to sit down with her and talk about the latest expansion of her boutique. Find out how taking to the internet is working for her local retail shop:


Worth Repeating: Behind the Beats with DJ Manifesto

November 27, 2011 | 2:00 PM | People | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (aka last week). Just in case you missed it.

DJ Manifesto is mixing at The Mint in Scottsdale tonight. We caught up with the mix master on how his career picked him and what he likes best about bringing the music to the people. Check him out tonight at The Mint’s Pre-Thanksgiving Party from 9:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m. 

DLT: When did you become a DJ?

DJ Manifesto: I was 11 years old when I bought myself my first set of turntables (vinyl) and a rotary mixer. Then making a makeshift studio in my walking closet and spending hours after school teaching myself how to spin.

More from DJ Manifesto, after the jump:

2. What prompted your DJ career?

Well it’s a long story. I used to be into extreme skating and my local YMCA would take weekly summer trips to the skate park out of town. »READ MORE

The Best Pizza in Phoenix Opens the Best Pizza in London

November 22, 2011 | 12:30 PM | News | By Staff

Now open across the pond, famed Chris Bianco of Pizzeria Bianco and Pane Bianco in Phoenix has opened “Union Jack’s” in London with British top chef Jamie Oliver. UJ focuses on pizza and flatbreads with a British twist stating on their website, “wood-fired flatbreads meet great British flavours. At Union Jacks, we want to take you on a journey of discovery through Britain and reintroduce you to familiar flavours, cooked and presented the Union Jacks way.”

Read more about the collaboration by clicking here.   

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We’re Famous and Fashionable

November 18, 2011 | 12:00 PM | People | By Staff

Once again, our fearless leader here at DLT has dazzled his way into the national media. The official blog of Tory Burch, featured DLT owner John McDonald in “10 Minutes with an Entrepreneur” on Monday, even giving DLT a little shout out in the intro stating, “We spent 10 minutes with the restaurant and media entrepreneur.” The “media” part – that’s us.

Check the article, with some fashionably smart business tips from the fashionably dressed John by clicking here.

The Nation’s Tallest Tree Lights Up with Michelle Branch

November 16, 2011 | 9:30 AM | Art & Entertainment | By Staff

The Outlets at Anthem will light the tallest Christmas tree in the nation on Saturday, November 19 with their annual free gala event from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Standing at 114 feet, the tallest tree harvested from California will be decorated with three miles of LED lights, more than 6,000 ornaments and bows and a 3-foot-tall copper star tree topper hand wrought by Outlets staff. But the event topper, the headlining star of the evening, performing a selection of her hits and new songs, will be Sedona-native Michelle Branch.

Branch, in town this weekend to kick-off the tree lighting as well as her own Thanksgiving holiday, chats with us about her hometown holiday fun and the not-s0-fun break up of her Grammy and CMA nominated duo, The Wreckers and more after the jump: »READ MORE

Worth Repeating: 120 Seconds: Tara Hitchcock

October 30, 2011 | 1:50 PM | Events | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (aka last week). Just in case you missed it.

Next on the clock is one of our all-time favorite local news anchors, Tara Hitchcock. Fresh from her departure from her morning gig at Ch. 3, she’s hosting the “8th Annual Best Buddies Spirit of Friendship Awards Prom Night” this Friday, October 28th. We chat with the bright-eyed beauty on her senior prom and what’s on the horizon for her.

So here’s how it works. We fire off questions, Tara answers and bam, we post them on the interwebs for the world to see. Let’s begin.

DLT: How long have you been involved with Best Buddies?
Tara Hitchcock: I’ve been involved with Best Buddies for about 8 years now!


Jerry-U at GCU

October 25, 2011 | 12:14 PM | Local | By Staff

Sports icon and entrepreneur Jerry Colangelo announces partnership today with Grand Canyon University to relaunch the Colangelo School of Sports Business in Phoenix. Leading with the Colangelo Guest Lecture Series that will bring top leaders from pro sports, college athletic departments and leading sports companies to the campus, the programs at the school will emphasize sports entrepreneurship and ethics.


Worth Repeating: Can I Kick It?

August 28, 2011 | 2:00 PM | People | By Alanna Watson

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (aka last week). Just in case you missed it.

From starting his own foundation benefiting childrens’ charities, to opening a designer shoe store and starting his own clothing line it seems like Adrian Wilson has a lot underfoot these days. This, of course, is in addition to starting his 11th season with the Arizona Cardinals after being named one of the Top 100 players in the NFL by his peers. We got a chance to talk with the Pro Bowler about the ups and downs of owning High Point Shoes, what’s hot in back-to-school kicks and what it’s like to finally join the twitterverse. Read our full interview to get all the details and how to get a killer deal on some sweet sneaks.


Can I Kick It?

August 23, 2011 | 2:24 PM | People | By Alanna Watson

From starting his own foundation benefiting childrens’ charities to opening a designer shoe store and starting his own clothing line, it seems like Adrian Wilson has a lot underfoot these days. This, of course, is in addition to starting his 11th season with the Arizona Cardinals after being named one of the Top 100 players in the NFL by his peers. We got a chance to talk with the Pro Bowler about the ups and downs of owning High Point Shoes, what’s hot in back-to-school kicks and what it’s like to finally join the Twitterverse. Read our full interview to get all the details and how to get a killer deal on some sweet sneaks.

What are you most looking forward to in your 11th season with the Arizona Cardinals?
I have been here for so long that I just really love to see how its changed over the years and how the talent has changed and evolved. We’ve worked really hard and getting the talent we have now is a step in the right direction.

During the lockout, what did you fill your time with?
I spent a lot of time working out and getting mentally prepared for the season. Everybody knew it was going to happen, we just didn’t know how long it was going to be so I spent a lot of time getting focused. I spent a lot of time in my store, too, and working on the private label I have that’s in the store now. I got my hands in a lot of things and I was really just trying to stay on top of everything.

Private label?
Yeah, it’s called Dearly Departed and we sell it in High Point and twelve other vendors around the country. I started this two or three years ago and it started off small, but since then I have just told the guys to do whatever design-wise and creatively and I oversee the business.

You are very involved with charity work and the Adrian Wilson Foundation. Could you tell our readers what it’s about?
I have always been active in the community. The fans have been good to me so I really felt the need to give back. Our main focus is fundraising for children and we try to find causes that relate to that.

Not many people know that High Point Shoes is your store, but the name comes from your hometown in North Carolina. What made you want to open a shoe store and name it after the place you grew up?
To be honest, I wanted my store to be named High Point because it’s where I came from, where I grew up and I wanted to recognize that. I also said that when I started my own business, I would be at a high point in my life, so it has that double meaning.

What have been the best things and worst things about owning your own clothing/sneaker business?
The best thing is the free clothes, obviously. For me, that is number one. But also, I kind of proved to myself and others that I can do something other than just play football. I wanted to think outside of the box and do something that I am not comfortable with. It takes a lot of time and patience and I was happy to do it that way because it was something new. I would say the worst part is trying to stay focused with the economic times we have now by doing things the right way and not getting over my head and really giving the consumer what they want without falling behind.

With school back in session, what would you recommend for kids who want the trendiest shoe? How about the kids who just want the classics?
Trendiest shoes, I would say, are the Retro Jordan’s. They are always a really hot item. For the kids who want classics, you can’t go wrong with Vans. Everyone can afford them and they are just a classic shoe.

What’s your favorite sneaker at High Point right now?
Nike has a shoe called the Toki. I probably have about ten colors of those right now.

On a day off, what would people see you walking around in?
Pharell Williams has a line called BBC Ice Cream and I pretty much live in that. My favorite pair of jeans right now are James Shop Jeans and of course anything Dearly Departed. You can see me in that stuff everyday.

You recently joined twitter (@adrian_wilson24). How do you feel about the wonderful world of social media thus far?
It’s crazy. The social network is crazy period, but I am enjoying it. It gives you an up close and personal view of the fans and its also a good way to connect with the them. I think it’s entertainment, but then you have the people who take twitter so seriously and it’s really not that serious so I try to be careful in that aspect.

Get in any really good tweets so far?
I try to tweet relevant things and try to interact make it fun for the fans and the people who follow me. I also like to interact with my teammates and goof around.

Any parting words?
I am really excited about the season. It has been awhile since all of us have played together so we are just excited to be back and working together as a team.

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Adrian has been sidelined with an injury. We wish him a speedy recovery.

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101 Uses For My Ex Wife’s Wedding Dress: The Book

August 8, 2011 | 4:38 PM | News | By Staff

Remember wayyyy back in May of last year when we stumbled across a little blog called 101 Uses for My Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress? Well not only has Tucson resident Kevin Cotter achieved 101 uses (his favorite being the Darth Vader scarecrow), but he’s also secured a book deal. The story of “how one man took an awkward situation and made it hilarious and practical,” is currently available for pre-order from Amazon here. We’re seriously wishing we could see his ex-wife’s reaction, because really, this is infuriatingly awesome. 

Worth Repeating: Southwest Shakeup

July 23, 2011 | 10:00 AM | News | By Staff

As chosen by you, here are the most popular stories OF ALL TIME (aka last week). Just in case you missed it.

The last time we wrote about mixologist extraordinaire Jason Asher, he was “turning beets into gold” having recently come off a win at Bombay Sapphire and GQ’s Most Inspired Bartender competition. My… how things have changed!Having left Sanctuary’s Jade Bar (where his expertise revolutionized their cocktail culture) you can currently find him slingin’ drinks behind the bar at Mabel’s on Main. But that too, is about to change as Jason recently landed (so recent in fact that upon completion of our interview he had to ‘make a few phone calls’) every barman’s dream job.

But first, a little background info. Did you know that Arizona is the only state in the U.S. where all the country’s top five liquor and wine distributors operate compete? Recently, RNDC and Young’s Market (two of the top dogs) merged to form Youngs Market of the Southwest, and Jason Asher is their secret weapon.

So what will he be doing? Exactly what he does best, cultivating cocktails and making sure they’re perfect by overhauling their cocktail portfolio (you know when you go to a sports bar and their ‘cocktail list’ is just…awful? Yeah, those are portfolio cocktails), works with liquor reps to develop strategy, in store set-ups, and individual bar clients to keep staff on point. He’ll be an essential part of all aspects of the new venture’s state-wide beverage program overhaul. As Jason says, “it’s a career move, it’s all about the bigger picture.”

So what does this mean for Scoop Factory sippers? First, stop by Mabel’s and order a drink from Jason… or three. Secondly, cocktail quality in Arizona is about to get better. Wayyyy better. And despite losing one of our favorite bartenders, who are we to complain about that?

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