Celebrate The New Year With Indian Comfort Food – Whether A Night In Or Out On The Town


Those considering a cozy night at home to celebrate New Year’s may want to check out Phoenix’s award-winning Indian restaurant, Marigold Maison. The restaurant is making it easy to enjoy their modern Indian menu in the comfort of one’s own home – whether it’s an intimate evening for two or a celebration with family and […]

Free Estate Planning Workshops Offered


Nicole Pavlik of Nicole Pavlik Law Firm, PLC will host two free Estate Planning Workshops providing a small group setting for participants to learn the essentials of developing or updating an estate plan. In a supportive and engaging environment, participants will learn: Powers of Attorney: Why they are important and what specific language should be in […]

Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary In Danger Of Closing


Tranquility Trail Animal Sanctuary is searching for a new location. The Scottsdale facility not only provides shelter to the third most surrendered animal (rabbits), they are a cornerstone to something much larger by providing volunteer and educational opportunities to all ages. The sanctuary’s educational youth programs offer an opportunity to teach children about leadership, kindness, compassion […]

Newest Phoenix Fry’s Food Store Features Mural By Local Artist

Fry's Mural

The Public Art Program of the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, in partnership with Fry’s Food Stores, commissioned Valley-based artist Lauren Lee to create a mural in the newest Fry’s Marketplace. The store, located at 1311 East Bell Road, opened on Friday, July 15. Lee was chosen from among 23 Phoenix area artists who […]

Plumbing Masters Hands Out Water Bottles To Phoenix Homeless

Plumbing Masters Water Giveaway

Scorching hot temperatures continue in the Valley this week, and residents are being urged to keep hydrated and stay indoors as much as possible. While most of us can run from our air conditioned cars to our homes or offices to escape the sizzling heat, that’s just not an option for the thousands of people […]

City of Phoenix Names New Police Chief


Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has chosen Jeri Williams as the new Phoenix Police Chief, effective October 2016.  Williams will take over the leadership role from current Police Chief Joseph Yahner, who will retire from the force after more than 30 years of service. Williams was chosen from a national recruitment that included some of […]

Law Enforcement Community Hosts Fundraiser To Support Phoenix Police Officer Ben Denham’s Fight Against Rare Autoimmune Diseases

Officer Denham and his son

A community fundraiser will be held on Saturday, July 16, from 9am-1pm at Deer Valley Airport in the Phoenix Police Air Support Unit hangar to benefit Phoenix Police Officer and father of four, Ben Denham. Officer Denham was diagnosed with two rare autoimmune diseases, Systemic Sclerosis and Polymyositis. Currently there is no cure for either […]

Natural Grocers To Open Two New Stores May 31

Phoenix Store

Natural Grocers, a specialty retailer of organic and natural groceries, body care and dietary supplements, is opening two new stores in both Phoenix and Chandler on Tuesday, May 31. In celebration of the grand openings, Natural Grocers will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at each location at 7:55am and will then distribute mystery gift cards to the first 50 […]

Sierra Bonita Serves Up Signature Southwestern Brunch For Mom

Atole Pinon Hotcakes; Photo by Debby Wolvos

On Mother’s Day, May 8, from 9am-3pm, Sierra Bonita Grill will be serving its signature Southwestern brunch dishes, plus specials that have been created for the occasion. Popular selections include the Southwestern Benedict: panko crusted eggs atop green chile beer biscuits, topped with Cure 81 Ham and roasted poblano hollandaise, served with roasted root vegetables ($14). […]

Arizona Jewish Historical Society Hosts Opening Reception For “The Art of Ira Moskowitz”


Arizona Jewish Historical Society will hold an opening reception for The Art of Ira Moskowitz: The Torah Series and Story of David Lithographs, Sunday, April 17, at 2pm. The free reception will feature a discussion (“My Father’s Passion”) with Diana Gordon, the artist’s daughter. Ira Moskowitz, descendant of a long rabbinical line, was born in […]