Nominations Sought for Eighth Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards — Deadline is July 31


Phoenix Center for the Arts will present the Eighth Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Margaret T. Hance Park Urban Plaza. Nominations for this year’s awards officially opened to the public today and will remain open until 11:59pm MST July 31, 2019. Nominated artists will be asked to fill out a more detailed […]

Ocean Prime at High Street Reopens July 18


Ocean Prime, located on North Phoenix’s High Street, announced its reopening this Thursday, July 18, at 5pm. Due to a much-needed pipe repair underneath the building, the restaurant closed for several weeks to address the issue, while simultaneously refreshing its interior dining room design and adding more seating. In celebration of the reopening, Ocean Prime will offer new happy hour specials in […]

Tech4Life Presents Cyber Security Workshop at Desert Foothills Library


Ransomware, identity theft, password hacking… Tech4Life says that small business owners and affluent households are prime targets for these cyber crimes, and the company wants to help Valley residents avoid becoming a victim: 22 major public sector ransomware attacks in the first quarter of 2019 Standard Wi-Fi routers now put users at major risks Customized […]

Anasazi Named International Baccalaureate Program Candidate School


Anasazi Elementary School, part of the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), has been named as a Candidate School for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Primary Years Programme (PYP). The IB aims to create global student citizens who learn to think critically and creatively about the world and its issues, and how they relate to them. In […]

Red Cross Issues Urgent Call for Blood and Platelet Donors


Today the American Red Cross announced that, following a difficult Fourth of July week for blood and platelet donations and ongoing challenges finding new blood donors, the organization is facing a blood shortage and is issuing an emergency call for eligible individuals of all blood types to give now and prevent delays in medical care. […]

Carefree Vice Mayor John Crane Writes… JULY 2019


Desert Wildfires While we may have had the most pleasant May on record, the exceptional winter and spring rains, combined with the unusually long, cool growing season have set the stage for an exceptionally scary fire season. Compounding the situation, the invasive Globe Chamomile has sprung up everywhere.  The seas of dry yellow flowers are […]

Scottsdale Mayor Lane Writes… JULY 2019


Constitution Day Contest As we celebrate the birth of our nation, the plans are laid to honor its founding document with a wonderful opportunity for children. I am pleased to announce that Scottsdale is once again sponsoring a Constitution Day Contest. This contest allows Scottsdale students to gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of the […]

Bondurant Announces New Drag Racing Program


Bondurant School of High Performance Driving announced today the addition of a new drag racing program, breaking new ground as the first of its kind to offer professional drag racing instruction to the public behind the wheel of the most powerful street legal cars in the world July 27 and Aug. 17, with additional courses […]

Celebrate Arizona Brews at Real, Wild & Woody


From barrel-aged brews to specialty casks, the Phoenix Convention Center will welcome a variety of fresh flavors and seasonal specialties poured by more than 75 of the Southwest’s best craft brewers, and with over 350 craft beers, there is something for everyone at this year’s Real, Wild & Woody Beer Festival Join the Arizona Craft Brewers […]

Hidden in the Hills Chooses Tour Directory Cover Artist


Scottsdale painter Sue Hunter’s mixed media collage painting, “All Tied Up,” featuring a rare scarlet ibis, will grace the cover of the 23rd Annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour artist directory. An ibis is a long-legged wading bird that inhabits wetlands, forests and plains. A signature event of the nonprofit Sonoran Arts League, […]