Crave Culinary Festival Changes Dates to 2011

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​Almost nonchalantly, the message went out on Twitter yesterday afternoon: "Crave AZ announced today that it is moving its scheduled lineup of events from late October to the weekend of January 28-30, 2011."

But that's huge news, actually. A high-profile culinary event at SouthBridge in Scottsdale is pushing out its October events to early next year?

Indeed, it's true, says PR representative Angie Miller.

 

"The board made a decision based on some new large sponsors who are getting involved," she says, indicating that the October timing of Crave wouldn't work for these potential players. Since they are not contracted yet, Miller cannot name the sponsors.

However, she elaborates on the timing.

"Crave has always been designed to attract national attention, and it's better timing to have it in-season than during the shoulder season," she says.

Fair enough. If that's the case, though, it's interesting that such a strategy wasn't considered before. This will be the third event for Crave, if you count Eats3 (the original name of the festival when it debuted in 2008) as the first one.

This afternoon, a press release just landed in my inbox, detailing all of the above. As a sort of nod to the original October date, a "pre-party" will still be held on October 23.

The January lineup includes more than 40 local, independent restaurants and 200-plus wineries. There will be Elixirs at the Loft - a back-to-back wine tasting and Top Bar Chef mix-off - on January 28, a VIP reserve wine tasting called Decanted on the 29th, and the afternoon Grand Tasting on the 30th.

Tickets are on sale now at www.cravearizona.com



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SunDevilRick
SunDevilRick

CDaniel WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY off topic

cdaniel
cdaniel

Impeach, impeach Arrowhead (formally Lake Pleasant), Justice Court Judge John Keegan, he is not for the people, he won’t even let you represent yourself in court (a constitutional right), he is on the side of lawyers and corporations.

If you find yourself in his court; he won’t even read your hardship letter, he won’t give you a grace period if you are late (in this case 20 minutes), but he will wait for a lawyer who didn’t even appear in court, call him on the phone and then after only getting an answering machine, still grants them thier judgment.

Against a mature single woman’s pleas for mercy, to stop a rich corporation from taking a huge portion of her meager wages. For a debt that was more than 3 quarters paid, until they added almost the original amount by adding additional undisclosed charges.

How many cases has he sided with the corporations because the defendant could not afford a lawyer. It seems his motto is, “I won’t even listen, unless you are represented by an attorney.” Not everyone can afford a lawyer. And why is it that people who reside in Peoria, have to go to his court anyway? Isn’t Glendale Justice closer than El Mirage?

We should ask; why is this Judge so friendly towards lawyers and corporations? He is certainly not for the pro-per individual that comes before his court. Is he taking brides, payoff? This is one Judge that needs to be investigated by the County Attorney’s office for abuse of his authority.

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