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


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


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


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 […]

Weekly BBQ + Bourbon Deal At Southern Rail


Every Monday and Tuesday, from 5pm-close, guests can enjoy a deal on a platter of barbeque, accompanied by two glasses of bourbon, for $20, at Southern Rail. The sharable tray includes meat with sauce and a side. Each week the platter will change – juicy, smoked meats will depend on Chef Justin Beckett’s whim, and […]

2016 Arizona Presidential Preference Election Public Meetings To Be Held


Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan will hold three public meetings to listen to voters describe their experience as a part of her review of the frustrations related to the 2016 Presidential Preference Election.  Upcoming meetings in Phoenix and Gilbert include: Monday, April 11 Cartwright School District Building 3637 North 55th Avenue, Phoenix, 85031 5:30-7pm […]

Phoenix Residents: Let Your Voice Be Heard On Proposed Budget


The City of Phoenix is in the process of preparing its 2016-17 budget.  Last week, City Manager Ed Zuercher presented the proposed Trial Budget to the Mayor and City Council. Residents are invited to attend community hearings to discuss the proposed budget and provide input and ideas and ask questions of council members and city […]

Orpheum Theatre Ghost Tours


The Halloween season is here and that brings with it the Orpheum Theatre Ghost Tours. October 28-31, the Friends of the Orpheum Theatre will share shocking tales that prompted the West Coast Ghost and Paranormal Society to host a ghost hunting investigation at the historic theater. Come out and stroll around the historic theater, hear […]

Call For Entries: Artlink 17th Annual Juried Exhibition


Artlink Inc. is now accepting submissions for its 17th Annual Juried Exhibition, featuring the works of professional artists residing in the state of Arizona. Submitted artwork will be reviewed by a panel of prominent members of the Phoenix arts community. The show will take place at The Oasis on Grand, 1501 NW Grand Avenue, on Thursday, […]

PVSchools Program Seeks Volunteers


Paradise Valley Unified Schools’ (PVSchools) Volunteer In Paradise (VIP) program was recently named a first place Magna Award winner by the National School Boards Association in a national recognition program. Community volunteers are invited to become VIPs and provide academic assistance to students in kindergarten through sixth grade. Students throughout PVSchools are in need of additional […]