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44 WELLNESS

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34 CRAFTS

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Fireside family jumps into the amusement business

Lease extensions

Deer Valley businesses

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Thanksgiving cooking countdown

Dillon’s Bayou

fresh 6 BETWEEN NEIGHBORS Editor’s note

10 MOMENTS

Fun things to do in November

12 WEATHER

Turkey & Pigskin

14 FACES

Richard and Isabelle Martin

16 TUNES

Addison Burglin

18 PERSPECTIVE

Presidents & Thanksgiving

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Consequences

Athlete nutrition

Gratitude

Fall leaves

35 ENTERTAINING

Thanksgiving table décor

Stretching

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THINGS TO DO… N OV E M B E R Compiled by Sondra Barr

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The 14th Annual Arizona Wild West Days is back. Featuring mutton bustin’, period costume competition, period vendors, encampments, live entertainment, gunfighters, parade, rodeo, and more, it’s western entertainment at its finest throughout the historic town of Cave Creek. For a list of event times and activities, visit wildwestdayscavecreek.com

Practice yoga surrounded by thousands of butterflies during Yoga in the Rainforest. This hour-long class will guide you through a series of yoga poses that help you build strength and gain flexibility. Ages 18 and up. 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. $20 per person. Pre-registration required; call (480) 8003000, ext. 210 to reserve. Butterfly Wonderland, 9500 E. Via de Ventura, Scottsdale. butterflywonderland.com

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The Vintage Kart Company hosts the Second Annual Grand Prix of Scottsdale. This unique, stylish event celebrates Arizona-made Vintage Mini Racers, century old global brands, and the luxe euphoria of Roaring 1920s-era racing and craftsmanship. 8a.m. to 6 p.m. Free. grandprixscottsdale.com

The Sixth Annual Scottsdale Bentley Polo Championship: Horses & Horsepower is America’s most-attended polo event. Equal parts pageantry and panache, the event features luxury vehicles, fashion, art, music, cocktails dancing, fireworks, and rousing polo action. Tickets are $20 and up. WestWorld of Scottsdale, 16601 N. Pima Rd., Scottsdale. thepoloparty.com

Enjoy the wonderful delights of fresh, locally grown food at the Anthem Farmer’s Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ACC Community Park, 40410 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem. onlineatanthem.com

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The Anthem Community Council, Anthem Veterans Memorial Support Team, and Daisy Mountain Veterans celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Memorial’s dedication. The ceremony serves as the culmination of the Veterans Memorial Fifth Anniversary Celebration, and is expected to draw a record crowd. 10 a.m. Anthem Veterans Memorial, 41703 N. Gavilan Peak Pkwy., Anthem. onlineatanthem.com/avm-fifth

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The 12th Annual Daisy Mountain Veterans Parade is free and open to the pubic. Parade route begins at Gavilan Peak Parkway and ends at the Anthem Community Center. This year’s parade will honor Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm Veterans. A helicopter is scheduled for landing at the Anthem Community Park soccer fields at approximately 9:45 a.m., and an historic plane flyover is also planned. onlineatanthem.com

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Continuing tradition, Outlets at Anthem is celebrating the holiday season with its annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony. When equipped with the custom-designed hand-made copper star, the white fir stands 80 feet tall with 8,000 feet of LED lights. When the clock strikes 7 p.m., Santa Claus, along with Javier Soto, will lead the countdown and flip the giant switch to light the tree. Enjoy free musical performances throughout the day, prize giveaways from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and more. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Outlets at Anthem, 4250 W. Anthem Way, Phoenix.


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All eyes will be on downtown Phoenix as the lively music and festive atmosphere of an inaugural Mariachi Festival permeates the Orpheum Theater for what will be a showstopping cultural experience of sound and sight. 7 p.m. Tickets start at $40 each. Orpheum Theatre, 203 W. Adams St., Phoenix. phoenix.ticketforce.com/ordertickets

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The Second Annual Phoenix Pizza Festival brings pie lovers together for a day filled with pizza vendors, dessert food trucks, related food vendors, craft beer and wine tasting stations, lawn games, and live bands. Participants include Fabio on Fire, La Piazza Al Forno PHX, Dang Brother, and more. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. $10. Margaret T. Hance Park, 1202 N. 3rd St., Phoenix. phoenix.pizza

The 23rd Annual ArtFest of Scottsdale features more than 200 juried artists and craftspeople from across the nation, continuous live music, international foods, activities, and more. Dogs are welcomed to attend. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. 7380 E. 2nd St., Scottsdale. 888artfest.com

The Turkey Trot is a community race for anyone looking to get some exercise and win one of the many awards. Cost varies by time of entering. 8:30 a.m. Anthem Community Center, 41130 N. Freedom Way, Anthem. 4peaksracing.com

The Fifth Annual Carefree Southwest Art & Indian Market brings up to 100 exhibitors of Southwestern fine arts and crafts, a variety of live music and dance performers together. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. Sanderson Lincoln Pavilion, 101 Easy St., Carefree. magicbirdfestivals.com NOVEMBER 2016

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NOVEMBER WEATHER Average temperature:

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Rainfall is not uncommon for November. In fact, the longrange forecast this month calls for rain during Thanksgiving week. This can create a perfect storm of on-field advantages for your squad. The dainty ones will opt-out for fear of getting their loafers ruined. Your big-haired aunt will run for cover at the first sign of precipitation. And then there’s the mud. There’s something about the presence of mud that has a primal effect on men. Touch football soon becomes tackle football. Regular rules go out the window. There will be slipping, sliding, splashing, and fumbles. On days like this you want to load up your team with players who are unafraid to get dirty (or who brought a change of clothes for after the game). Look for the late hit, the extra shove, and the noseto-nose argument by two blood relatives over where the goal line actually begins. At the end of the day, the dirtiest team usually wins. So if the forecast calls for rain, make sure you’re on a team of scrappers who wear mud stains and blood stains like badges of honor. With a little knowledge and a reliable weather forecast, you can build your team around the prevailing weather. You don’t even need to have the best athletes—just the ones who fit into your climate strategy. Do this, and you’ll be in great shape to win the day and enjoy the spoils of victory. Just try not to rub it in too much when you emerge victorious. After all, this is family we’re talking about. By the way, if anyone needs me on Thanksgiving, I’ll be busy not doing the dishes. NOVEMBER 2016

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proved laborious and started with the pieces being carefully placed in a shipping container. “It’s a long journey, from the warehouse, in a container up on a truck, then to Lyon, France, out of the truck, then it goes on a barge on the river to the south of France, then from the barge to a boat to Italy, and then in Italy it gets loaded on another boat bound for Long Beach, California,” explains Isabelle. It’s a journey that takes over two months. While most of the items arrive without incident, a few pieces have been damaged, which is where Richard’s unique skill set comes in handy. “He’s the waxing guy, the fixing guy, the refurbishing guy. He knows everything about everything—the wood, the period, where the piece comes from,” says Isabelle of her husband, who sports a tattoo of the United States on his arm. The American Dream finally came true for the Martins when they opened Un Jour En France in the fall of last year in Cave Creek’s charming Stagecoach Village center. Since opening, Isabelle and Martin have been warmly received by the local business community, as well as by the many customers and home designers who are delighted by the authentic assortment of French antiques for purchase in prices points starting from a couple of dollars for Parisian one-shot glasses to a walnut monastery table for $7,000. The allure of the store is that each item has its own story and contains a bit of French history, a piece of heart, a fragment of a previous life during a different time. “We operate in an industry where experience is essential and in which there is no room for improvisation. Indeed, the authenticity and remarkably preserved

condition of each item assures the best investment for the antique collectors and home designers,” says Isabelle, who can recount the history and origin of the pieces in Un Jour En France. She points out a 200-year-old wedding armoire that was originally full of linens and clothes in a bride’s new home, then a 300-year-old renaissance buffet, before showing off one of her favorite pieces, an intricate statue of an eagle that came from a church in 18th century France. “All the pieces have stories,” says Isabelle. Un Jour En France represents what the Martins consider their last adventure in life and they’re eager to share their culture in a country that means so much to them. Says Isabelle, “For us Europeans, I think the United States represents the land of anything possible. That’s how we see it from overseas. If you work hard here, you can succeed.”

Un Jour En France Antiques unjourenfrance.com (480) 575-1130 7100 E. Cave Creek Rd., Cave Creek NOVEMBER 2016

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Lease Extensions

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THIS DISCUSSION SETS forth a three-stage process that commercial tenants can use when deciding whether to extend a lease or relocate the business or practice, as well as how to neutralize tactics that landlords and their property managers and real estate agents employ when negotiating lease extensions. u Assess your present and projected space requirements: Begin by evaluating your space/location/budget requirements with fresh eyes. Is the layout efficient? Can seldom-used files be stored offsite (at a lower cost)? Would additional work-area help create greater revenue? Are you paying for unproductive space? Would a different location help the bottom line? And while you’re at it, size up the landlord’s circumstances. Ask yourself if vacating would have a significant impact on the landlord’s cash flow or negatively affect his ability to sell or refinance the property. Answering “yes” means you possess negotiating leverage. u Educate yourself on market conditions: While many buildings display available or for lease signs, few include size or price. No database exists that contains every commercial vacancy. The terms and conditions of existing leases are largely proprietary. This intentional scarcity of availabilities and comparative information makes true arm’s-length commercial-lease transactions (where the parties are dealing from equal bargaining positions) virtually impossible for the majority of tenants. To obtain meaningful information about market conditions, including price, typical terms, and concessions, many business owners and physicians outsource their real estate to an experienced commercial realty adviser who specializes in tenant representation and does not list properties. u Proactively negotiate on the current space and the best alternatives: Tenants considering extending a lease should be proactive, and start the process nine to 12 months prior to the expiration date of their current lease. Of note is that many landlords delay extension discussions until the tenant no longer has adequate time to perform essential due diligence or conduct meaningful negotiations on other properties. I call this tactic “negotiation by ambush” because it forces the tenant to extend the lease on the landlord’s terms or incur significant holdover penalties, which can be 150 to 200 percent of the present rental rate. I also suggest conducting simultaneous negotiations on alternative sites. That’s because the rates, terms, and conditions available from competing properties represent strong leverage when negotiating with the present landlord. Closing thought: Treat a lease extension as you would a new lease. Seek the pricing, terms, and incentives a fully-informed tenant could reasonably negotiate. NOVEMBER 2016

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Fun Time Fireside family jumps into the amusement business.

A FATHER OF TWO, Fireside resident Jeff Carl had the same experience with birthday parties as most parents: adults are unable to hold conversations due to noise levels, and when the party breaks, they are left following their kids around to make sure no one gets lost or hurt. This common occurrence inspired Jeff to brainstorm a new type of family entertainment center; one where adults can hold conversations while still keeping their children in their line of sight. Eventually, the former insurance agent—alongside his wife Karen Sung—turned the idea into a one-of-a-kind family business. “Whipples Fun Center opened in mid-September but it was really four years in the making,” Jeff explains. “It’s a family entertainment center with a focus on lines of eyesight for the parents and an emphasis on safety for the kids; for example, there are nets on the trampolines and climbing walls. While our attractions are kidfocused, adults can partake on them, too.” Whipples Fun Center, located at 1510 E. Bell Road, #300, in Phoenix, is home to a variety of attractions, including: an arcade with more than 40 games; Ballocity, an indoor playground; laser tag; bumper cars; and trampolines. For adults who would rather sit back, relax, and hold a conversation, there is a cafe with free

Wi-Fi. Jeff and Karen note that the cafe is known for its pizza and kid-friendly food options. “There is something for everyone ages 3 to grandparents,” Jeff says. “One unique thing is that our six trampolines are for individual users; there are nets around each one to reduce crashing with other jumpers and injury. Our laser tag area is two stories and can fit up to 20 people at one time.” Karen adds that Whipples’ color scheme and atmosphere is also designed with adults in mind. She notes that in Whipples’ second phase of construction—which will likely take place in spring 2017—they plan to add wine and beer options and a patio space. “We’re looking for Whipples to be a place for everyone to gather for anything, not just birthday parties,” Karen explains. “Although we do have those as an option! We have four separate party rooms.” When it came time to turn Jeff ’s idea into reality, both he and Karen admit that it was sometimes a tumultuous experience. “It’s challenging building a family entertainment center because there are so many working parts and permits involved. It was an eight month build out from the time we got the space; we had to juggle contractors, make sure no one was stepping on each other, and more,” Jeff says. “The trampolines we have are from Italy so NOVEMBER 2016

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ATTRACTIONS @

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ARCADE: More than 40 state-of-the-art games

BALLOCITY: The ultimate playground with blasters, vacuums, fountains, and cannons that propel, trhow, raise, and dump foam balls

LASER TAG: A tiki-themed adventure featuring a two-level arena where you can wear a multi-colored LED vest and use a laser beam phaser for tagging friends or foes

SPIN ZONE: Spin Zone bumper cars spin, bump, make u-turns, and change lanes at will

TRAMPOLINES: The first of its kind in the Valley, Whipples’ trampolines have a safety net separating each jumper, reducing the risk of bumps and crashes

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“It’ s challenging building a family entertainment center because there are so many working parts and permits involved. It was an eight month build out from the time we got the space; we had to juggle contractors, make sure no one was stepping on each other, and more.” —JEFF CARL there was a lot involved in securing those as well.” “This [Whipples] was built from the ground up; it’s not a franchise, that’s something we’re asked all of the time,” Karen adds. “The trampolines Jeff mentions are not only the only ones like them not only in Arizona but in the U.S.” With a 9-year-old son and a 7-year-old daughter, both Karen and Jeff admit that balancing family and a new business has been a learning experience. Karen notes that the children don’t seem to mind mom and dad’s new venture at all though—at least not yet. “I keep waiting for them to be sick and tired of going to Whipples but, instead, they’ve been our number one marketers,” she explains. “They tell all of their friends at school and we’ve seen a lot of traffic from others’ word of mouth as well.”


Only open a couple of months, Karen says that Whipples had a “soft opening” to make sure that customer experience and feedback are evaluated and learned from. “This is a new kind of business and a first time experience not only for us but our employees as well,” she says. “But we’ve had some rave reviews about our staff and we’re looking forward to our phase two additions this coming spring.” Jeff and Karen note that Whipples has been doing its best to cater to all ages and stages of families. During the weekday, the fun center runs specials for moms or caregivers who might be home with young children or those who homeschool. Birthday party rates are also competitive with other types of family entertainment centers. One fun note that Jeff loves to tell about his family’s new venture is how the fun center got its unique name: as a child he and his family watched the Charmin commercials where the character Mr. Whipple made sure to tell moms “not to squeeze the Charmin!” Initially it was a family nickname created for laughs, “Whipple” followed him into his teenage years and seemed an appropriate moniker for his family’s new business venture. To learn more about Whipples Fun Center, visit whipplesfuncenter.com or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/whipplesfuncenter. NOVEMBER 2016

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DEER VALLEY BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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2 DA VALLEY GRILL 2040 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85087 (602) 904-6356 davalleygrill.com

2 DE GRAFFICS 1515 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 869-6720 degraffics.com

Auto License & Title Services

2 DCR TITLE 701 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 850027 (623) 879-0341 dcrtitles.com

Automotive 2 ALL COUNTRY COLLISION 1920 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 582-2787 allcountrycollisioninc.com

2 AMERICAN MOTORSPORTS 21630 N. 9th Ave. #108 Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 236-3628 ammo-racing.com

2 ANTHEM AUTOMOTIVE 701 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85027 anthemautomotive.com

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Kitchen & Bath 2 PORK ON A FORK 1515 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 434-1794 porkonafork.com

2 AVONTI KITCHEN & BATH 941 W. Deer Valley Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85027 (602) 997-7330 Avontikitchenandbath.com

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Land Surveying & Mapping Services

2 COYOTE GLASS 1745 W. Deer Valley Rd., #106 Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 587-4816 coyoteglassllc.com

2 GEOMATICS CONSULTING GROUP 1745 W. Deer Valley Rd., #118 Phoenix, AZ 85087 (623) 580-0921 geomaticsconsultinggroup.com

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Marble & Granite

2 HAYDEN ELECTRIC 940 W. Melina Lane Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 434-0608 haydenelectricinc.com

2 ACCENT MARBLE & GRANITE 21609 N. 12th Ave., #800-900 Phoenix, AZ 85027 (623) 582-1501 accentmarblegranite.com


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