Indulge in Ten Days of Culinary Discovery

2019 Fall Arizona Restaurant Week  The Arizona Restaurant Association announces the arrival of its 2019 Fall Arizona Restaurant Week (ARW), which takes place from Friday, Sept. 20, through Sunday, Sept. 29. During these 10 days, diners can take advantage of three-course meals and prix-fixe menus for just $33 or $44 per person at participating restaurants around the state.  “Consumer demand for restaurants in Arizona has been the highest it’s ever been and that’s why we see such support each year during both Spring … [Read More...]

Foothills Caring Corps Seeks Volunteers

Join a growing and thriving community Studies show volunteering provides a boost to one’s self-confidence, self-esteem and overall life satisfaction. Doing good things for others in the community provides a natural sense of accomplishment, and a sense of pride and loyalty. Ask Carefree-based nonprofit Foothills Caring Corps volunteers how they feel, and they echo the same sentiment. Binka Schwan, who leads the Friendly Pet Visiting program for the 501(c)(3) organization says, “To be able to give back to my … [Read More...]



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Czech Scientists Exhibit Opens at Burton Barr Central Library

What do Gregor Mendel, the father of modern genetics, Gerty Cori, the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in medicine, Adela Kochanovska, pioneer … [Read More...]

Save the Dates for Fall Carefree Restaurant Week

The Carefree Restaurant Association invites Valley residents to Carefree’s very own Fall Restaurant Week, which will be held Sept. 29 – Oct. 5. During … [Read More...]

Ballet Under the Stars Kicks Off Tonight in Fountain Hills

Join Ballet Arizona this week as they kick off the season with free events and dance performances for the whole family in Phoenix and across the … [Read More...]

2019–20 CITYSunTimes Performing Arts Season Preview

Another spectacular season of dance, music and live theater is just around the corner in the Greater Phoenix area! Performers from around Arizona and … [Read More...]

The Little Gym Debuts New Location in Cave Creek

The Little Gym of Cave Creek is commemorating a new gym through an open house celebration hosted by local Arizona franchisee and veteran Dan Drummond, … [Read More...]

Five Things She Can Do as a Girl Scout (That You Probably Didn’t Know)

By Alexandra Anton Girl Scouts–Arizona Cactus-Pine Council Bike ride Not only can girls do recreational bike rides through the mountains of … [Read More...]

Words Hurt and Heal

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz, D.D. — A few years ago, I delivered a sermon expressing the need for civility, integrity and honesty in government. It … [Read More...]

Reducing the Risk of Macular Degeneration

By Stephen Cohen, O.D. — Age-related eye conditions will triple in the next 15 years. Macular degeneration alone will account for 50 percent of … [Read More...]

Camp Verde Performing Arts Center Announces New Season

The Phillip England Center for the Performing Arts Foundation announced that its 2019–20 concert schedule will kick off with the annual Labor Day Jazz … [Read More...]

Waking Up In Budapest

By Kathi Kovach Koenig It’s just before dusk as we slowly head into the city. Suddenly, our driver takes a quick turn, skirting traffic. … [Read More...]

SUSD’s Nutrition Services Eliminates Reduced Lunch Fee — 800 Students Could Benefit

For many years, the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) has charged $0.40 per lunch to students who qualify under federal guidelines for a … [Read More...]

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