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Mesa is moving forward with a plan to have liquor licenses at two city-owned entities - the Arizona Museum for Youth and the Arizona Museum of Natural History. The idea is to make these venues more attractive as options for fundraisers and other events by making it easier for organizers. With a year-round liquor license in place, event organizers would not have to apply for a special permit, so the required paperwork is less, said Randy Vogel, director of theaters and operations at the Mesa Arts Center. Hit by budget cuts, the city's arts and cultural department has been trying to come up with ways to boost revenue. Vogel said they're focusing on booking more weddings, receptions and corporate parties in efforts to increase activities other than shows. Last year, the museums made about $3,000 in event revenue, including birthday parties and private events. This year, officials hope to collect between $15,000 and $25,000 in revenue.
The United Food & Commercial Workers Union is taking credit for anonymous fliers distributed to neighbors of a proposed Scottsdale Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market, urging opposition to the store’s liquor license application.
Mesa will not be granting lifetime liquor licenses to city businesses anytime soon.
Ariz. Gov. Jan Brewer has named a new boss for the state's liquor department.
The state liquor department is investigating 10 allegations at the FBR Open related to failing to check ID, serving underage patrons and overserving alcohol.
Whether Apache Junction's historic Mining Camp Restaurant will be able to serve liquor remains unanswered three months before it opens for seasonal business.
For a few minutes Tuesday night, it appeared that the Scottsdale City Council understood that micromanagement of downtown Scottsdale restaurants and bars was a losing proposition for the city, not to mention the merchants involved.
Gov. Janet Napolitano’s new Cabinet member is a former Detroit police chief whose tenure ended after he was arrested trying to take a loaded and unregistered handgun onto a plane.
The state Auditor General's Office says the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control should take "stronger action against repeat and serious violators" of state liquor laws.
Beginning this summer, Arizonans could get a little taste of liquor while they’re out shopping for lawn chairs and lettuce.
May 7, 2005
The legislation's influence will likely not be felt beyond mimosas with breakfast at restaurants and an early beer at sports bars on NFL game days, causing the lawmaker behind it to suggest that "it's really not that interesting."
March 4, 2005
Forget about watching the Sunday sunrise at a resort with a mimosa in your hand.
State senators are being forced to decide between the right of Arizonans to bear arms and the right of restaurant owners to keep armed — and potentially intoxicated — patrons out.
The Arizona Department of Liquor Licensing and Control is investigating a Tempe bar where Arizona State University student Jack Culolias was last seen during a fraternity-sponsored pledge event attended by dozens of university underclassmen.
Soon there will be more than one way to walk out of Bass Pro Shops loaded. Islamorada Fish Company, the restaurant within Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Mesa, is up for liquor license approval at Monday’s City Council meeting after months of delays caused by errors in the application to the state.
The Department of Homeland Security is running an unprecedented media campaign urging Arizona companies to sign up to use a federal database to check the legal status of new employees.
The owner of the historic Mining Camp Restaurant in Pinal County says he wants a liquor license to fulfill customers’ requests for a cold beer or glass of wine with dinner — but some nearby residents are worried about what alcohol sales could do to their neighborhood.
It was no surprise a 20-year-old man was arrested over the weekend for stabbing another man at the Country Thunder music festival in Pinal County. News reports tell of an argument escalating into violence. I’d bet excessive and criminal alcohol consumption played a part in this crime.
For many beer aficionados, nothing beats the freshness and flavor of a microbrew straight from the tap. Many drive miles to brewpubs to fill up glass bottles, also called growlers, with their favorites.
Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control Director Jerry Oliver stands over a variety of energy drinks and their alcohol energy drink companions — top tier — at the department’s office in Phoenix. State Attorney General Terry Goddard has cri
The Chandler City Council voted 5-2 this week to deny a use permit and recommended denial of a liquor license for a Chandler Target store.
Walgreens plans to begin selling beer and wine at all 239 of its stores across Arizona.
A popular swanky bar inside a posh downtown Scottsdale hotel is facing administrative charges involving underage drinking offenses from the Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control after authorities netted 27 arrests during a Valentine’s Day promotional event late Thursday.