Greg Eveloff of Phoenix's The Clotherie Dies

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Greg Eveloff, CEO and owner of The Clotherie in Phoenix, has died.
Greg Eveloff, CEO and owner of The Clotherie and Bonafide Goods at the Biltmore Fashion Park, died over Labor Day weekend. He was 60 years old.

The local businessman was snorkeling in Maui with his family on Saturday, August 31, when he unexpectedly lost consciousness. Eveloff was pulled to shore and given CPR but was declared dead before arriving at the hospital, according to a report from the Republic.


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Phoenix Fashion Designer Anya Melkozernova: 100 Creatives

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Meet the designer, wearing a Oliver Hibert design.

Phoenix is brimming with creativity. And every other year, we put the spotlight on 100 of the city's creative forces. Leading up to the release of this year's Best of Phoenix issue, we're profiling 100 more. Welcome to the 2014 edition of 100 Creatives. Up today: 17. Anya Melkozernova.

To call Anya Melkozernova a night owl is an understatement.

The 27-year-old designer, who's based in Phoenix and originally from Russia, is behind Looks Good Anya Fashion. Melkozernova says she spends her nights sewing from about 11 p.m. to 6 a.m. That's when the ASU alum isn't keeping up with her social media followers, coordinating photoshoots, or marathoning Law & Order.

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5 Must-See Movies in Metro Phoenix in September

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The cast alone should sell you on seeing this movie in September.
Whether you're looking to escape through some movie magic or learn something new about your favorite band or actor, there are plenty of films coming out this month that fit the bill. Cult favorite directors like David Lynch and Terry Gilliam will surely present something that will keep you guessing, dissecting, and discussing for days. Walk the line between fictional tales that seem real and true stories that are stranger than fiction with five of our suggestions for movies to see.


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Phoenix Fashion Week 2014 Tickets on Sale Now

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Melissa Fossum
View a slideshow of Phoenix Fashion Week 2013.

Start planning your outfits, because Phoenix Fashion Week is just a month away.

Tickets are now on sale for the annual style event, which features a mix of established and emerging designers. The runway shows will be held at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale from Thursday, October 2, and Saturday, October 4.

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5 Things to Do in Metro Phoenix This Week

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Courtesy of ASU Art Museum and Emily Long

"These Are Some of My Favorite Things"

If you have a box full of Pez dispensers buried in the back of your closet or a book of state quarters discretely hidden between copies of the latest bestsellers, then we have something in common. Peter Held has us thinking about these kinds of assemblages, if you will, for his final exhibition as curator of ceramics at ASU.


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Daniel Mills' Sprawlr Seeks Story Submissions

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Daniel Mills is behind Sprawlr.
ASU alum Daniel Mills thinks Arizona could do with a new image.

Which is why the Big Brain finalist is gearing up to put out Sprawlr, an online publication that sets a new spin on the way we see the Copper State. The digital publication will feature stories, essays, and other nonfiction works relating to life in Arizona. And right now, he's looking for contributors to help make that happen.


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3 Free Events in Metro Phoenix This Week

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Long weekend leaving your pockets empty? No worries. We know plenty of events that'll keep your social calendar strong and your savings, well, intact. From kinky film screenings to souped-up rides and fashionable exhibitions, here are three free events in metro Phoenix this week.

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15 Ridiculously Cute Animals to Follow on Instagram

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In case you couldn't tell, we love Instagram. Whether it's athletes and photographers to follow, or learning about how to up our photography game, we can't get enough of this app. However, there is a large part of Instagram that we can ignore no longer: animals.

There is basically an Instagram account for any kind of animal you can think of, and, of course, there are probably too many dedicated to people's dogs and cats. But some have risen above the rest and caught more of our attention than we'd like to admit. And now we have decided to share with you our favorite animals to follow on Instagram.


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Graduate Tempe Hotel to Open Near ASU September 23

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Tempe may have bid farewell to the Twin Palms Hotel in May of 2014, but it's about to welcome a new hotel venue in the exact same space.

On Tuesday, September 23, Chicago-based company A.J. Capital Partners will open Graduate Tempe, a 141-room boutique hotel that's one of the first in a new line of hospitality destinations known as Graduate Hotels.


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Charles Bowden Dead at 69

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Charles Bowden has died.
Charles Bowden died Saturday, August 30, at his home in Las Cruces, New Mexico, according to Tucson Weekly.

The author and journalist was born in Tucson, Arizona, and formerly wrote for the Tucson Citizen and contributed to New Times. He was 69.

As a nonfiction author, Bowden wrote about the Southwest, penning environmentally conscious works and spending decades writing about the region's underbelly, the War on Drugs, and the city of Juárez in particular.


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