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Discover Phoenix's top fall finds, from football-friendly sports bars to harvest hooplas.
Updated: August 13, 2004
Pundits predict new coach Dennis Green and wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will work miracles; keep your foam fingers crossed.
Have more fall fun than a barrel of monkeys with Zoovies, Boo at the Zoo and the annual Zoofari fund-raiser.
"The Immigrant," a riveting new musical and Pulitzer-Prize winner, kicks off Arizona Theatre Company's new season, beginning October 7.
The October 22 preview provides sneak peeks of the 39th Annual Cowboy Artists of America Exhibition's 125 new works.
Sail into the season on Rio Lago's Oktoberfest (includes beer or wine), Halloween costume, Veteran's Day and Thanksgiving cruises ($2-$10).
When temperatures drop, climb these local-favorite trails; pack a picnic for an "It's finally fall, Phoenix" celebration.
Buy produce, French sundries and Chef Vincent's restaurant specialties at the Saturday market. New this season: Spanish paella, Corsican honey.
Autumn Ale and Pumpkin Porter are on tap through Thanksgiving. Pick up a limited edition Pumpkin Porter T-shirt, too.
Since Halloween 1968, this Glendale confectionary has provided sensational seasonal sweets. Free twice-daily tours include scrumptious samples.
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