Delicious Inspiration: 2019 Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge

  Click a photo to learn more about participating restaurants and their creative desserts. For the sixth year in a row, chefs from some of the state’s most popular restaurants will use their culinary prowess to re-imagine one of the beloved flavors of Girl Scout Cookies — Do-Si-Dos, Samoas, Savannah Smiles, Tagalongs, Thin Mints and Trefoils — into a custom dessert menu item during the Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge. Each restaurant will feature its dessert on their menu Feb. 1–28, with a portion of … [Read More...]

Show Some Love for Your Library in February

Matching grant gift to support youth and teen services Desert Foothills Library announced February as “I Love My Library Month.” The event was initiated in response to an anonymous matching grant gift to raise up to $15,000 to enhance youth and teen educational services and programs at the library. With just four weeks to raise these funds, the library is asking for donations from supporters and advocates to help rise to the challenge. Desert Foothills Library is a member-supported library that relies on the … [Read More...]



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Little Rituals Bar Opens Just In Time For AZ Cocktail Weekend, Feb. 16-18

Officially open Saturday, Feb. 16, Little Rituals is ready to elevate expectations for the traditional hotel bar. Handcrafted by two of Arizona’s top … [Read More...]

Disney’s Magic Touches Arizona Fine Art Expo Artist — Expo runs through March 24

In the last few weeks of the Arizona Fine Art Expo, one artist’s mind is off in a far-away land. Jacinthe Dugal-Lacroix may be sculpting and painting … [Read More...]

Deadline Extended for Outstanding Young Man/Young Woman of the Year Program

The City of Phoenix Youth and Education Office is now accepting applications for the 2019 Outstanding Young Man/Young Woman (OYMYW) of the Year … [Read More...]

Hula’s Modern Tiki to Host ‘Anti-Valentine’s Day’ Party

“Roses are red, violets are blue, no one hates Valentine’s Day more than you! Except for us!” — Hula’s Modern Tiki owner, M. Dana Mule Calling … [Read More...]

Oral Health and the Opioid Epidemic

— By Thomas Biuso, M.D., senior medical director, UnitedHealthcare of Arizona The opioid epidemic is affecting countless lives and communities … [Read More...]

Celebrate National Pizza Day at Pomo — Support Phoenix Children’s Hospital

As a tribute to America’s favorite food, Pomo Pizzeria is offering discounts on its signature margherita pizza, in honor of National Pizza Day, … [Read More...]

VYT Thirtieth Anniversary Season Continues with THE MIRACULOUS JOURNEY OF EDWARD TULANE

Valley Youth Theatre (VYT) opens the only play of its 30th anniversary season, The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane, Friday, Feb. 8, 7pm, at Valley … [Read More...]

Male Call: What Shivers Your Timbers?

 By James Roberts – It doesn’t take a Robert Mueller to mull out what happened with your last relationship: All we need to do is look at what your … [Read More...]

Jeneve Rose Mitchell to Perform at Arizona Folklore Preserve

Jeneve Rose Mitchell brings her whole family to the stage at the Arizona Folklore Preserve Feb. 10. Her whole instrument family, that is. There’s her … [Read More...]

Ballet Arizona Premiers New Production, Romantic Classic Valentine’s Day

Ballet Arizona presents the world premiere of The Firebird alongside the romantic classic, La Sylphide, at Symphony Hall beginning Valentine’s … [Read More...]

Cactus Shadows High School Students Sweep ASU’s 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Contest

Cactus Shadows High School announced that Sarah Weiss, Angela Khammo and Mikaela Morris were the first, second and third place winners, respectively, … [Read More...]

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