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Meet Dana Corbo, an artist, high school senior and Scottsdale resident who currently has work in two Scottsdale Arts exhibitions. Miss Corbo has two paintings in Scottsdale Public Art’s … more
I first became aware of music around the age of two. I was marching around the breakfast table to the music of John Philip Sousa being broadcast over the radio on Don McNeill‘s Breakfast Club. … more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
The Tempe Diablos are excited to announce the official finalists for the 32nd annual Excellence in Education award ceremony. more
Hilda Villaverde, of Scottsdale, and her son in California, Ron Fusselman, may differ on accounts of whose idea it was to write their life story together, but one thing for certain is the bond bound … more
Childhelp hosted its 14th Annual Childhelp Wings Virtual Fashion Show on Thursday, April 15, netting nearly $125,000. Proceeds from the event support the lifesaving services provided to abused … more
Ciera Babbrah, who hails from the Town of Paradise Valley, grew up in a Sun Devil family. With both of her parents being Arizona State University alumni and having a sister who currently attends … more
Queen Creek son Dr. Alexander Matheson has called the eastern Maricopa County residential enclave home long before the rural town was transformed into the bustling community it is today. But all … more
The Phoenix Women’s Board of the Steele Children’s Research Center — also known as PANDA — recently held its annual “Children Helping Children” Fashion … more
Several West Valley cities joined to proclaim April 22 “White Tank Wild Day” in an effort for all to enjoy and to conserve the natural and cultural resources of range, a rare pristine landscape in the Valley that many residents and visitors enjoy each year. more
To Ken Parsons, business and community are intrinsically intertwined. more
As a way to recognize their valuable service to Mesa, the city has created a Volunteer Walk of Fame in downtown Mesa. Temporary yellow stars have been placed along a route through downtown Mesa … more
If all the world is a stage then we all have a certain role to play in our day-to-day lives — and maybe a more joyful role to play for some is found in the world of make-believe. But it … more
A local Girl Scout Brownie troop delivered $1,000 to Phoenix Children’s Hospital, donating funds to the hospital’s Camp Rainbow program serving cancer patients. Brownie Troop 4917 from … more
Meet your neighbor, Robert Zuart, a Scottsdale resident who makes a living as a professional electrician. Read below to get to know Mr. Zuart, including what he considers to be the best days. … more
Local health agencies are partnering with Superstition Community Food Bank to sponsor a pickleball benefit tournament to feed the hungry. The tournament is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 17, at the … more
What began as a challenge to keep a “crafty” seven-year-old Nicholas Bubeck, of Scottsdale, busy during quarantine has resulted in a soaring business a year later. more
On March 30, Cosanti in Paradise Valley hosted the Cause Bell Check Presentation Ceremony, during which the organization made a nearly $20,000 donation to the Arizona Community Foundation. In … more
Philip A. Tremonti has resigned as president of the board of the Superstition Community Food Bank, a position he held for the past year. Mr. Tremonti, along with Executive Director Myra Garcia, … more
If you bought Girl Scout cookies this spring, there’s a good chance you bought a box from Troop 558 in Peoria. more
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