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Chef Julio’s Secret For Preparing Flavorful, Healthy Meals Even With Dietary Restrictions

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Chef Julio Velázquez has proven himself a gifted culinary artist, having worked and trained under such renowned Executives as Epicurean Chef, Eddie Matney and French cuisine icon, Chef Christopher Ross in Phoenix. He also served as Sous Chef and Head Chef of the award winning Cheuvront Restaurant in Phoenix.

It was this combination of hefty culinary experience, and the sage advice of a wise doctor that pulled Julio through the traumatic diagnosis of Lupus in 2009. By all accounts, his future was to be filled with massive changes in activities, diet, indeed, even his ambitions to become a…

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Roger Clyne and the Peacemaker’s Circus Mexicus Final Lineup—It Just Gets Better

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It’s a highly anticipated tradition that Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers come to town the first weekend in June with thousands of their loyal fans (last year fans came from 32 states and 7 countries) and rock our little slice of paradise by the sea into a musical frenzy. It’s called Circus Mexicus, a rock and roll festival that is four days and nights of non-stop partying, beach soccer, golf, hot dogs and, did we mention Rock and Roll?

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Bacanora Grill Stays True to the Taste of Sonoran Traditional Cuisine

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When good friends get together for a brainstorming session, something good usually results. With the objective of diversifying some of their investments, four local business leaders recently put their heads together, pooled their talents, expertise and resources to develop a unique dining experience in Puerto Peñasco. The four brains involved belong to Martín Martínez of Terranova Properties, which include two restaurants; Eddie Wharez of fine furniture and interior design fame; Carmen Martens of Sushi Sun Japanese Restaurant fame, and Jorge Bonillas, professor at Cetmar Center for Technological Studies of the Sea. The finished product is Bacanora Grill…

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3rd Annual Sonoran Resorts Las Vegas Night for Charity Set for July 5th at the Sonoran Sky!

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It’s going to be a great weekend with the 4th of July on Friday and the Sonoran Resorts Las Vegas Casino Night on Saturday the 5th—so much so that you may want to consider bringing those family members you’ve been wanting to introduce to Rocky Point for awhile!

The event this year will again be held in the spacious Los Volcanes ballroom on the second floor of the Sonoran Sky. You will enjoy your choice of Black Jack and Roulette all evening to build a stack of chips with which you’ll be able to…

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New Owners Open Wine Shoppe, Concierge and General Store at the Sonoran Spa

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If timing is everything, then Kip and Debbie Evans have it all with their new Rocky Point Wine Shoppe and Concierge with an outside entrance on the east side of the Sonoran Spa lobby.

They bring a very special expertise to our little slice of paradise by the sea: For the last 15 years they have served the private jet owners in Scottsdale Air Park with full catering and personal shopping needs. The fact that they regularly serve celebrities, high government officials and royalty from around the world, has given them the widest range of service and shopping experience as possible in the industry.

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Overwhelming Success! Puerto Peñasco 5k Color Run Raises 100k Pesos for Hemodialysis

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You’ve probably seen at least one API photo coverage of those recent rad rages called Color Runs (or Toma Color in Spanish) where hundreds of runners get doused in puffs of brightly colored, harmless, powder as they run or walk or dance past stations set up for that specific purpose, on their way through a 5k course. They are usually held to raise money for a charitable cause. Popular in the U.S. for the last couple of years, they’ve now extended to most of the world including Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Puerto Rico and other countries.

Recently, a group of friends, all young business entrepreneurs here in Puerto Peñasco, put their altruistic heads together for a way to help expedite final stages of the DIF Hemodialysis Center project headed by First Lady Rafaela Félix de Figueroa. They wanted something fun that would appeal to all ages thus maximizing the potential number of participants in the event. They went with the Toma Color concept since it is catching on so fast throughout the Latin American countries. This creative group could not have made a better decision.

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If You Weren’t At the RCPM January Jam, You Missed a “Don’t Miss” Event

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When Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers come to Rocky Point in January, they come to jam! That’s what we’ve come to expect and that’s exactly what they deliver—and then some! This year’s January Jam of two nights held over the weekend of January 24th and 25th was a bit beyond exceptional up to and including the weather. The Jam began with the Friday night show at The Hut (formerly Chango’s) and of course Saturday at JJ’s Cantina in Cholla Bay where…

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Honest to Goodness “Goodness” Going On In Rocky Point!

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2013 transposed to 2014 with so many good things going on in our little slice of paradise by the sea that a couple more stories are in order to bring summary substance to the diversity of good people who perpetuate fulfillment of the many needs of Rocky Point’s poor.

Our first story is about the group of 70 or so LDS faithful from Mesa, Arizona’s Ray 2nd Ward Mormon Church who love Mexico, Puerto Peñasco and its people in particular. Though most had been enjoying the tranquil ambiance and mesmerizing natural beauty of the beach, the sea and surrounding desert for years, it was six years ago when they figured out ways they could help the locals they’d come to appreciate so much.

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