The Charles Phoenix Test Kitchen Puttin' the Kitsch in Kitchen!
Eye-popping edible party centerpieces and potluck pleasers made with legendary American brand name products. These festive original recipes reflect the retro sensibility Charles is famous for. Don’t just eat your food, have fun with it too! And serve it up with a great big helping of American pride!
RETRO DISNEYLAND SLIDE SHOW Live Performance Celebrating the Original Disneyland Park in the 50s & 60s
Disney's Grand Floridian Resort
Walt Disney World
4401 Floridian Way
Be prepared for your Disney lovin’ spirit to soar when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, sweeps us away on a fun-filled, time-travel adventure to the granddaddy of all theme parks, when it was new. With…Read More
Prepare for your national pride to swell when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, launches retro pop culture into the stratosphere! With his spirited commentary, keen expertise, and eagle eye for oddball detail, Charles shares the…Read More
CHARLES PHOENIX CATALINALAND Live Retro Slide Show Performance Celebrating SoCal's Enchanted Island!
Avalon Casino Theatre
1 Casino Way
Avalon, CA 90704
Catalina Island Museum presents ... Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, at the iconic Casino's spectacular 1929 Art Deco movie palace. Be prepared for your Catalina loving' spirit to SOAR when Charles sweeps us away on…Read More
Before I nearly tripped over the Sweethearts candy standee virtually blocking a graceful entrance to at the almighty Party Store a few delightful days ago, I had no idea Sweethearts had been around for 150 Valentine’s Days. That’s a long time in candy years.
Charles Phoenix serves as a judge on the Holiday themed episode of Epic Chef where two chefs compete to make the most tantalizing and scrumptious meal out of holiday ham, mint jelly, puff pastry, whiskey and bacon. Yum!
Flamingo pink walls and pea green curtains provide a festive backdrop for stockings hung by the chimney with care, plastic poinsettias on the mantle, clown on the wall, Christmas cards on the television console and gifts around the aluminum Christmas tree.