North 32nd News2020-04-17T18:14:12+00:00

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Your Guide to Local Farmers Markets A round up of nearby markets, tips and tricks By Jenna-Lee Neff With our gorgeous weather, now is the prime time to get out to a farmers market to support local small businesses, farms and creatives. To help you pick where to go, we’ve rounded up a comprehensive list of farmers markets across the Valley. Roadrunner Park... - Read More... Move to Improve: Modified Movement is your personal in-home movement expert By Michelle Talsma Everson
Photos by Be Peachie (bepeachie.com) From your first hello, it’s obvious that Ashley Sayaloune loves what she does. She is the owner and operator of Modified Movement, a corrective exercise, yoga therapy hybrid designed to help adults who have experienced acute or nagging chronic injuries that are holding them back from their favorite... - Read More...
Uptown Psychiatry: Removing the stigma of mental health treatment By Michelle Talsma Everson
Photos by Flying Robot @FRaerials
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many mental health professionals have noted that factors like stress, quarantine, and more have made mental health issues even harder to deal with. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), in a June study, discovered that 40 percent of adults reported struggling... - Read More...
West-MEC: Career-driven, student-focused educational opportunities Throughout 2020, schools and students alike have faced unprecedented challenges. Now, as Arizona starts to revive, students are looking for the education option that best fits their needs. Some schools are offering online learning while others are offering a hybrid learning model. Western Maricopa Education Center (West-MEC), a local public career and technical education... - Read More... Harness the Power of the Sun - Sunsolar Solutions Helps Locals To Go Solar And Save Big By Michelle Talsma Everson When you think of renewable energy, the first type that may come to mind is solar power. Solar energy works by capturing the sun’s energy and turning it into electricity through solar panels—and with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year—Phoenix is the perfect place for those considering supplementing... - Read More... Doggone Good! Dogtopia of Paradise Valley Village helps four-legged family members to live their very best lives By Michelle Talsma Everson Whether you’re returning to the office and you need a place for your furry family member to go to for help with separation anxiety, or you’re working from home and you need a little space from your active pup, Dogtopia of Paradise Valley Village has you covered. Family-owned and operated, the... - Read More... Make a Splash! Goldfish Swim School – North Scottsdale Opens its Doors By Michelle Talsma Everson When you talk to Sherry Scott about her new venture, Goldfish Swim School – North Scottsdale, you can hear the excitement in her voice. This month, the state-of-the-art swimming facility dedicated to teaching children as young as four months to swim, opens its doors at the Scottsdale 101 Shopping Center (7000... - Read More... The Covenant Becomes PV Pie & Wine By Michelle Talsma Everson During the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, instead of just closing up shop and waiting for the go-ahead to open up again, the team at The Covenant decided to switch gears and transition to a new restaurant concept: PV Pie & Wine. “We knew we wanted to adapt with the needs of the community,”... - Read More... The Importance of Estate Planning with a Professional Attorney Libby Banks helps locals plan for the future By Michelle Talsma Everson Attorney Libby Banks is passionate about a unique area of law—so passionate in fact, it’s what she focuses on exclusively. Banks’ area of expertise is estate planning, probate and trust administration. Essentially, she helps clients of all ages plan for what happens to... - Read More... Iron Doors Arizona Adding style and security to your home or business By Michelle Talsma Everson Steve Yagudayev, CEO of Iron Doors Arizona, knows his way around entryways. The owner of Iron Doors Arizona, LLC, for the past four years, Yagudayev has worked hard as the business has become the largest iron door company in the state with Arizona’s largest showroom, too. “At Iron Doors Arizona, we design... - Read More... Letter from the Publishers March 25, 2020 Our Valued Readers, We are always ‘working ahead’ in our world. Our newspapers are written, designed, printed and sent to the Post Office up to two weeks prior to you receiving it in your mailbox. With particularly fast-moving news like what is going on today with COVID-19, we are now pushing relevant, timely... - Read More... Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock: Not Your Ordinary Teen Center By Molly Cerreta Smith One of the coolest things I love about Arizona is the amazing talent that has been born out of this state and the incredible amount of celebrity love we have here. I’m not sure there is another rock star that has been as supportive of the state as former wildman rocker... - Read More... Clean Colonic: Building a business from the bottom up By Molly Cerreta Smith Carolyn Berry, owner of Clean Colonic, located at 4744 East Thunderbird Road, Suite 4 in Phoenix, has always been dedicated to and passionate about helping people. But it wasn’t until her own health issues and years of suffering that she turned to colonics for the answer to unlocking the mystery of... - Read More... Enchanted Chapters: Providing Comfort for Young Readers By Molly Cerreta Smith Enchanted Chapters bookstore at 10880 North 32nd Street has only been open for a few months but it has been a dream of owner Andrea Montepagano’s that grew out of a need and a desire to create something that really didn’t exist — a bookstore designed and geared toward children with... - Read More... Weight loss resolutions: Is it time to consider bariatric surgery? Every year, countless resolutions are made following the holidays to “lose that extra weight once and for all.” While there is no magic solution, there is a medical solution at Abrazo Health hospitals. In the United States, more than two-thirds of the population suffer from obesity, and the numbers continue to increase. When diet, exercise... - Read More... Got Memories: Preserving Memories of the Past with Today’s Technology Hailing from England, Phil Thomas, owner and operator of Got Memories, located in the 32nd Street corridor at 3241 E. Shea Boulevard, moved to the valley in 2002. With him he brought the experience and technology of video and film transfer, as he had run a family business in his homeland doing the same... - Read More... Lovecraft: Bringing New Mexico Style Flavors to the Neighborhood By Molly Cerreta Smith LoveCraft Ale House, Bottle Shop and Smoke Kitchen has evolved greatly in the short time since it opened its doors less than a year ago last December. What started as a beer bar with small bites served on paper plates has evolved into a full service sit down restaurant with community... - Read More...

CITY NEWS

A North 32nd Author Releases His Second Book In the second week of March 2020, both Paul Fiarkoski and his wife were notified by their employers that their jobs were ending February 8, 2021 Read More.. The “I Got Your Back” Project Helps Comfort Spinal Patients at PCH By Emma Wolff How many times have you heard someone say, “I got your back”? Well, 17-year-old North 32nd resident Darcy February 1, 2021 Read More.. A Local Nonprofit Tackles Domestic Violence by Providing Survivors with Resources to Escape By Jenna-Lee Neff Victims of domestic violence often find themselves struggling to leave because they don’t have the finan February 1, 2021 Read More.. Chill Out at Fairmont Scottsdale’s New Premier Event: Winter at the Princess Winter isn’t over yet, and the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess is ready to celebrate all that the season has to offer at Winter February 1, 2021 Read More.. The Arizona Tennis Association Moves to North 32nd By Emma Wolff The 1980s were a time of legwarmers, big hair, rock-and-roll, and tennis? Yes, tennis! Shelley Chambers and he February 1, 2021 Read More.. The Paradise Valley Mall Redevelopment Project Continues to Move Forward Contributed by the Desert Cove & Friends Block Watch The Paradise Valley Mall Redevelopment Project is still in its plan February 1, 2021 Read More.. Phoenix Water Debuts New Activity Book with Stormwater Hopper Phoenix Water’s mascot, Hopper, is a friendly desert toad that represents stormwater education. In Hopper’s newly released February 1, 2021 Read More.. Travel Tips from ADOT: Staying Safe While in the Driver’s Seat By Ethan Kispert In the city of Phoenix, automobile accidents are one of the leading causes of death. According to an Arizon February 1, 2021 Read More.. Phoenix Police Reflect on 2020 and Look Forward to the Future By Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams 2020 is behind us, marked as one of the most unique years in modern history. The chall February 1, 2021 Read More.. Phoenix Implements Hazardous Waste Home Pick-up Program The Phoenix City Council recently approved the implementation of a 6-month pilot program that will allow Phoenix solid waste cu February 1, 2021 Read More.. New Coffee Shop Alert! Paradox Brew Opens Its Doors “Come in for a cup, leave with a smile,” is the motto of Paradox Brew, a new local coffee shop that just opened at 3215 E. February 1, 2021 Read More.. Waste Management Phoenix Open Preparing to Host Limited Fans The Thunderbirds – hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open – are moving forward with a scaled-down version of the 16th H December 31, 2020 Read More.. AHS Veterinarians Perform Blood Transfusion to Save Dog’s Life Eight-year-old Yorkie mix, Kimiko, was saved by an unlikely hero when she was on the brink of death. Kimiko was in dire straits December 31, 2020 Read More.. North 32nd Resident Connects Companies and Nonprofits for the Greater Good After a 15-year career working in the nonprofit sector and seeing companies swoop in for a one-time volunteer event or particip December 31, 2020 Read More.. North 32nd Resident Helps Women Become Their Own First Line of Self-Defense “Have you ever been punched by a man before?” And before she knew it, his right fist connected with the left side of her fa December 31, 2020 Read More.. A Small Act Of Kindness Goes a Long Way During COVID-19 Random acts of kindness naturally go a long way, but in challenging times the impact is much more powerful and everlasting.Thro December 31, 2020 Read More.. Local Poet Inspires North 32nd With His Vintage Typewriter By Emma Wolff If you hear the clicking of a 1945 vintage typewriter at a local establishment, don’t be alarmed, it’s jus December 31, 2020 Read More.. Starbucks planned for NE Corner of 32nd Street and Shea SimonCRE, a commercial real estate development and acquisition firm, recently closed on a parcel of land at the northeast corne December 31, 2020 Read More.. The City’s Climate Action Plan in 2021 By Councilwoman Debra Stark, Phoenix District 3 The City of Phoenix is currently working to update its Climate Action Plan ( December 31, 2020 Read More.. Redevelopment of Paradise Valley Mall Could Begin This Year By Jenna-Lee NeffPhoto Courtesy of paradisevalleymall-zoning.com For more than 40 years, Paradise Valley Mall has stood at t December 31, 2020 Read More.. Waste Not Launches Free App to Connect Donors with Nonprofits Feeding the Hungry Waste Not, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit agency that rescues perishable foods before it goes to waste and delivers it to those in need, December 31, 2020 Read More.. Arizona DPS to Enforce Distracted Driving Law By Sergeant Kameron Lee,Arizona Department of Public Safety Ninety four percent of crashes the Arizona Department of Public December 31, 2020 Read More.. North 32nd Author Contributes to Literacy Education Worldwide By Jenna-Lee Neff Rodo Sofranac is a writer on a mission to bring literacy to children across the globe, and he is tackling December 11, 2020 Read More.. St. Vincent de Paul Opens New Local Thrift Store St. Vincent de Paul (SVdP) is happy to announce the grand opening of its newest thrift store, located on the border of Phoenix December 1, 2020 Read More.. A 40-year North 32nd Tradition of Giving Continues with Christmas Trees By Jenna-Lee Neff For more than 40 years, Helen Anderson has made it her mission to deliver gifts for the children at Saint December 1, 2020 Read More.. Shop for the Holidays at the Neighborhood Artisans Network Arts and Crafts Show By Gwen Jorgenson The Neighborhood Artisans Network arts and crafts show is open for business. This month we are showing on December 1, 2020 Read More.. Local Boy Scout Troop Hosts 71st Annual Christmas Tree Sale By Michelle Talsma Everson If you’re purchasing a fresh-cut Christmas tree this year, consider heading over to the Christm December 1, 2020 Read More.. North 32nd Community Comes Together to Support a Dignity Drive By Michelle Talsma Everson Recently, Affinity Wealth Advisory Group teamed up with community members for its second annual D December 1, 2020 Read More.. Street Repair and Pavement Updates Street transportation crews had a busy and productive street paving season. In District 3 alone, crews have completed 85.4 mile December 1, 2020 Read More.. A Festive Community By Allison J. Barnett This year was a year for the books in so many ways. One of the highlights is just how our vibrant Nort December 1, 2020 Read More..

REAL ESTATE & HOME

BUSINESS

Hiring Tips and Resources for a New Job in 2021 The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on almost every sector of the economy. Many Arizonans were laid off or furloughed. January 11, 2021 Read More.. 12 Ways to Support Local Small Businesses In The New Year The New Year can bring on new problems for small businesses. Why? Because consumers supported them during the holidays and give January 11, 2021 Read More.. Out With the Old, In With the New By Libby Banks with the Law Office of Libby Banks, PLLC As we start the New Year, I want to talk about older methods of esta December 31, 2020 Read More.. The Benefits of Crafty Virtual Team Builders By Heidi Koffman and Emily Wottreng It’s pretty fair to say that 2020 is the year of national anxiety and depression—and December 1, 2020 Read More.. Talking to Your Executor (or Trustee) By Libby Banks, The Law Office of Libby Banks The holidays are just around the corner, and when the family gathers, it can be November 1, 2020 Read More.. Hi My Name is...Dr. Jenna Dye Hi, my name is… Dr. Jenna Dye My company & title: Dr. Jenna Dye, Naturopathic Physician A typical day in my life inc July 8, 2020 Read More.. Is It Time to Update Your Old Trust? By Libby Banks, The Law Office of Libby Banks I review many trusts, and some of them are quite old. After these old trusts we June 1, 2020 Read More.. 6 Ways How to Support Your Favorite Local Business in a Time of Need It’s no secret that businesses of all shapes and sizes are struggling right now. The recent pandemic has virtually put the wor April 15, 2020 Read More.. Hi, my name is... Joe Pepp Hi, my name is... Joe Pepp My company and title is…. Extra Mile Painting Company, Owner A typical day in my life include April 10, 2020 Read More.. Hi, my name is... Carolyn Berry Hi, my name is... Carolyn Berry My company and title is… Clean Colonic, Owner A typical day in my life includes… Helpi April 10, 2020 Read More.. Hi, my name is... Ed Chaney Hi, my name is... Ed Chaney My company and title is…. Cannafyl CBD A typical day in my life includes… My typical busin April 9, 2020 Read More.. Hi, my name is... Layne Kizler Hi, my name is... Layne Kizler My company and title is…. AZ Dog Sports, operating partner A typical day in my life inclu April 9, 2020 Read More.. Hi, my name is... Darrell Peruch Hi, my name is... Darrell Peruch My company and title is.... A-Authentic Garage Door Service Co., President A typical day April 9, 2020 Read More.. Hi, our names are ... John and Trish Degraaf Hi, our names are ... John and Trish Degraaf Our company and titles are... Triton Cabinets, President and Vice President A April 9, 2020 Read More.. companies currently hiring With unemployment skyrocketing nationally, many find themselves in the position of seeking new or additional employment. Here ar March 27, 2020 Read More.. Watches: History, Repairs and Maintenance By Indra Jhaveri Spring-driven, portable clocks developed in the 1400’s presaged the invention of pocket watches in the 150 March 27, 2020 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Marc Raciti My company and title is… Owner/Medical Provider of The Mending Spot. A typical day in my life includes… Waking up to my February 28, 2020 Read More.. The Power of Networking By Molly Cerreta Smith Networking is one of the most beneficial ways to take any business to the next level or for new busine January 31, 2020 Read More.. Phoenix Ranks Among Top 10 on Inc.’s 2020 Surge City list Phoenix has made it into the top 10 on Inc.’s 2020 Surge City list. Phoenix climbed two slots into the top 10 on the Inc. 2020 January 2, 2020 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Professorjohn aka PJ MY COMPANY AND TITLE IS... Founder and Chief Body Inspiration Officer of the Muscle Memory Group, Author and YouTube Host for Th January 2, 2020 Read More.. Washington Federal Transforms into WaFd Bank Arizona By Alison Bailin Batz Washington Federal is one of the nation’s strongest banks. Within Arizona, it boasts $1.4 billion in December 3, 2019 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Saunders Staley My company and title is…. Owner and Creative Specialist with Flying Robot. We provide ground and aerial cinematography, photog October 31, 2019 Read More.. Hiring The Wrong People? Maybe You’re Asking Them The Wrong Questions A company’s intention in a job interview is to find the person who best fits a particular position. But recent research has sh October 31, 2019 Read More.. Standout Resumes in a High-Tech World By Liz Illg Struggling to find the job of your dreams? You’re in good company! I’m Liz Illg, an Operational Strategist, B October 31, 2019 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: George Zavulunov My company and title is… Elegant Gents Barbershop and I'm a master barber. A typical day in my life includes… waking up October 4, 2019 Read More.. What Is Your Definition Of Success? 5 Tips To Find It While building and maintaining a thriving business may not be easy, experts in entrepreneurial endeavors say that building a pe October 4, 2019 Read More.. Estate Planning Basics: The Revocable Living Trust – Part two By Libby Banks Last month I wrote about incapacity planning using the Revocable Living Trust. This time we’ll talk about t October 4, 2019 Read More.. What is Promotional Product Marketing? By Maria Rohde By definition, promotional products or specialty advertising are useful items imprinted with an advertiser’ May 31, 2019 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Beau Horner My company is… Complete Chiropractic and I am a Chiropractor. A typical day in my life… involves waking up early with my May 31, 2019 Read More.. The Secret Soul of Graphic Design By Gene Malowany A mentor of mine once said “To design is much more than simply to assemble, to order, or even to edit; it May 1, 2019 Read More..

FAMILY AND EDUCATION

A North 32nd Teacher Receives National Certification PVSchools is proud to announce that Elizabeth Cook, a Title I reading specialist at Palomino Intermediate School, is one of the newest National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) in Arizona. National Board Certification is the highest certificate an educato February 1, 2021 Read More... Arizona History: A Rootin’ Tootin’ Legend of the West By Jill “MamaBug” Frier On Valentine’s Day, Arizona will celebrate its 109th birthday. It took 49 years for Arizona to become a state from the time it was first declared a territory, but the 48th state finally was admitted to the Union on Februar February 1, 2021 Read More... Wild Animal Rescue In Arizona By Jill “MamaBug” Frier One of the many reasons we love living in the Sonoran Desert is that it is home to an abundance of wildlife. Coyotes and their kits roam freely across the desert behind our home, while hawks, owls, and falcons soar above the December 31, 2020 Read More... Camp Hubbard Winter Camp Offers Safe, Affordable Fun to Local Kids Camp Hubbard will offer an exciting, action-packed winter camp for children, ages 4 to 14, at Paradise Valley Christian Preparatory School in Phoenix. Children will get to stay active and busy during their winter break playing basketball, volleyball, s December 1, 2020 Read More... 12 PVSchools Seniors Named as 2021 National Merit Semifinalists The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has released the names of the 2021 National Merit Semifinalists. PVSchools is proud to have 12 seniors from Horizon High School, North Canyon High School, Paradise Valley High School, and Pinnacle High School qua December 1, 2020 Read More... Great Wolf Lodge The Annual Snowland Celebration Offers Frosty Fun for the Whole Family Great Wolf Lodge celebrates the most festive time of year with its annual Snowland celebration taking place now through January 3, 2021. As part of its Paw Pledge, Great Wolf Lodge November 30, 2020 Read More... Find a Winter Wonderland…In Arizona! By Jill “MamaBug” Frier When you live in the Valley of the Sun you don’t usually give much thought to snow and ice, even on the coldest winter days. We love our sunny, warm weather here in the desert and cherish our temperate winters. But for peo November 30, 2020 Read More... COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Holiday Celebrations Information Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Thanksgiving and the holidays are a time when many families travel long distances to celebrate together. Travel increases the chance of getting and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. S November 1, 2020 Read More... Celebrate the Holidays Arizona-Style By Jill “MamaBug” Frier It is the season for the wonders and magic of the holidays. Arizona brings its own special flavor to the holidays, with western scenes, cowboy Christmas celebrations, stunning luminaria displays, and unforgettable desert magi November 1, 2020 Read More... Carve Out Some Fun Pumpkin Nights at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess offer so much fun it’s scary! Every Thursday through Sunday night through Halloween from 6-10 p.m. Valley families will have the opportunity to get into the fall season, as the Fairmont Scottsdale Princ October 1, 2020 Read More... Let’s Get Cooking! Teaching Kids How to Navigate the Kitchen By Jill “MamaBug” Frier The holiday season is fast approaching, which makes this a great time of year to start giving your kids some practical life skills by helping you in the kitchen. Getting your kids involved in the holiday food preparation is a October 1, 2020 Read More... Flu in a World of COVID-19: Why This Year’s Flu Shot is Critical By Dr. Tara Ostrom It’s 100+ degrees out, so you may not be thinking about flu season. However, there are sporadic cases of flu here in Arizona, according to community health data from Maricopa County, and already doctors are recommending people make September 1, 2020 Read More... Tortilla Flat: A Piece of Arizona’s Old West History By Jamie Killin While Arizona has come a long way from its Old West roots as Phoenix becomes one the country’s largest and fastest-growing cities, there are still places that hold a piece of Arizona’s timeless history and transport its visitors back September 1, 2020 Read More... Superhero September: Hope is Stronger Than Fear By Michelle Talsma Everson An award-winning law veteran, Sean Reavie is the founder and president of the board of directors of Put on the Cape: A Foundation for Hope. This month, and all year-round, Reavie and his team of real life superheroes raise fun September 1, 2020 Read More... Resources for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren By Michelle Talsma Everson Sunday, September 13 is National Grandparents Day, a special time to recognize the grandparents in our lives and all that they do. With the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrations may look a little different this year though as famili September 1, 2020 Read More... Visiting National Monuments in Arizona By Jill Frier Arizona is known for its abundant natural beauty and majestic scenery. Many of our fantastic natural resources and awe-inspiring historical sights are specially preserved for the public as National Monuments. While National Parks are creat July 31, 2020 Read More... Art, Culture, and Science for Local Kids By Jill “MamaBug” Frier As parents and caregivers, we are constantly looking for opportunities to help our children grow and learn in creative, innovative ways. This is especially true these days while kids are largely stuck at home during the ups a July 31, 2020 Read More... PVSchools Governing Board Appoints New Leadership Positions For the 2020-21 school year, the PVSchools Governing Board has appointed several new district office administrators, as well as six new principal and three assistant principal assignments. New Administrators Dr. Shaun Holmes was appointed as the direct July 31, 2020 Read More... Local Schools Receives the ADL No Place for Hate Designation Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Explorer Middle School, Greenway Middle School, and Vista Verde Middle School have received the Anti-Defamation League® No Place for Hate® designation for creating safe and respectful learning environments and bringing awar June 1, 2020 Read More... The Importance of Summer Reading By Michelle Talsma Everson A recent study of children in the third to fifth grades showed that students lost an average of 20 percent of their school year gains in reading and 27 percent of their school year gains in math during summer break, according June 1, 2020 Read More... Home Spun Fun to Beat the Stuck at Home Summertime Blues By Jill “MamaBug” Frier Are you at your wit’s end trying to come up with ideas to entertain your kids at home while you try to get work done? After spending two months in quarantine, the thought of trying to plan even more fun activities for summe June 1, 2020 Read More... Tips for Positive Family Communication During COVID-19 By Michael Aurit, JD, MDR, and Karen Aurit, LAMFT Families are facing some very difficult conversations now that Arizona has re-opened. A range of strong opinions about social distancing and safety precautions may cause family conflict if communication June 1, 2020 Read More... Goldfish Swim School to Open Locally, Registration Now Open Goldfish Swim School Franchising, LLC, the premier learn-to-swim franchise concept, has announced rapid expansion plans for Arizona with goals to bring 10 locations to the state over the next several years, specifically targeting the greater Phoenix area. June 1, 2020 Read More... four Schools Receive the ADL No Place for Hate Designation for the 2019-2020 School Year Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Explorer Middle School, Greenway Middle School, and Vista Verde Middle School have received the Anti-Defamation League® No Place for Hate® designation for creating safe and respectful learning environments, bringing awarene June 1, 2020 Read More... Visiting the Mogollon Rim By Jill Frier Looking for some less frequented spots in Arizona where you can see stunning views and tall pine forests? Head north of Fountain Hills on State Route 87, the Beeline Highway, and take a road trip to Rim Country. The inspiration of early 20 June 1, 2020 Read More... Protect Your Kids from Slip and Fall Accidents By Dave Snow of Non-Slip Services Many of us think of slip and fall accidents as something that happens primarily to the elderly. But according to the Centers for Disease Control, aside from the elderly, children aged 0 to 4 years and older teens, ages May 1, 2020 Read More... Virtual (And Fun!) Educational Offerings for Kids Compiled by Michelle Talsma Everson The kids have been indoors for more than a month now, and maybe you’ve run out of things to do. To help, we’ve rounded up some online adventures perfect for students of any age and interest. Better yet? The option May 1, 2020 Read More... Schools Serving Meals During District Closure PVSchools Nutrition & Wellness Department will provide free meals to any child 18 or younger, regardless of application status or school enrollment. Per USDA regulations, children must be present at the time of pick up for meals to be provided. Each March 26, 2020 Read More... City of Phoenix Youth and Education Office now accepting applications for the 2020 Outstanding Young Man/Young Woman of the Year awards The OYMYW of the Year program recognizes and honors the outstanding achievements of young people, enhances the perception of youth and raises community awareness of the positive contributions of youth. Each year, 16 high school students are selected as January 2, 2020 Read More... PVSchools Offers an Array of Preschool Options There are many preschool options available to parents throughout the Valley. At PVSchools, we offer a variety of early learning programs that will fit your child’s learning style and needs. Our youngest learners receive the foundation and building blocks January 2, 2020 Read More...

COMMUNITY

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

Around the World in North 32nd By Allison J. Barnett It is amazing that one of the big assets of our North 32nd community is the ability to explore the fla February 1, 2021 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows NetflixMalcolm & MarieThis film starts out focusing on a couple taking time out to spend some alone time together after a s February 1, 2021 Read More.. A Boutique Escape in Paradise Valley Mountain Shadows offers artful design and dramatic views Mountain Shadows resort set the benchmark for desert luxury and dis February 1, 2021 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows Netflix Pieces of a WomanThis is a tragic tale that will be a tough watch for some. The life of a woman is shattered after a December 31, 2020 Read More.. Uptown Phoenix’s First Boutique Hotel: ARRIVE Phoenix is Handcrafted by Locals Photos by Kristin Teig Now open, and featuring high-tech safety protocols, ARRIVE Phoenix invites visitors and locals alike December 31, 2020 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows NetflixThe Christmas Chronicles 2A follow up to the 2018 film, Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus return when a new threat against the November 30, 2020 Read More.. World of Illumination A bright idea in entertainment In a brave new world, where the height of entertainment is seeing what recently dropped on Ne November 30, 2020 Read More.. Canopy by Hilton Tempe Downtown Full-Service Hotel with Boutique Feel Offers Local Experience & Two New Dining Concepts Owned and developed by Driftwood Ca November 1, 2020 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows Netflix The Liberator The Liberator brings to the screen a unique take on the stories of WW2 by presenting it in rotoscope ani November 1, 2020 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows Amazon prime Welcome to the Blumhouse The beginning of a partnership with Amazon and Blumhouse, this October will bring four October 1, 2020 Read More.. Family-Friendly Fall and Halloween Events Across the State Compiled by Veronica Leon Fall is here and that means fall festivals, apple picking, hayrides, and Halloween. We know you’r October 1, 2020 Read More.. A Family-Owned Local Restaurant Stays Innovating During the Pandemic The spring of 2020 was slated to be another strong quarter for Ling and Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill. Between spring training f September 2, 2020 Read More.. Arizona Restaurant Week Dine In or Take Out Returns Arizona Restaurant Week has proven to be one of the most beloved and well-attended culinary events around the state. While it ha September 1, 2020 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows Netflix I’m Thinking Of Ending Things A woman takes a trip with her boyfriend to meet his parents for the first time. It’s September 1, 2020 Read More.. Dining Out Safely During COVID-19 By Molly Cerreta Smith Dining out provides much more than simple nourishment — it’s one of the most popular ways people i July 31, 2020 Read More.. Must-Watch Streaming Movies & Shows Hulu Palm Springs Two wedding guests find themselves trapped in a never-ending time loop. Over time, their relationship builds July 31, 2020 Read More.. Arizona Restaurant Weeks: Dine in or Take Out When COVID-19 threatened the very core of the food and beverage industry with closures in mid-March, restaurant owners responded June 1, 2020 Read More.. must watch shows and movies Netflix Da 5 Bloods A group of Vietnam veterans reunite decades later to return to the country. There they seek to find the re June 1, 2020 Read More.. Must Watch Shows and Movies NETFLIX Tigertail A multigenerational story about a man who attempts to reconcile with his daughter. In order to do that, he w May 1, 2020 Read More.. must watch shows and movies Whether you are feeling sick or well, staying home will help slow the spread of COVID-19. Take this opportunity to spend quality March 27, 2020 Read More.. Safe Use of Parks and Open Spaces During the COVID-19 Outbreak The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) prepared the following statement in support of the safe use of parks and ope March 26, 2020 Read More.. Movie Releases - March 2020 March 6 Onward The Way Back Bacurau (limited) First Cow (limited) Sorry We Missed You (limited) March 13 Bloodshot The February 28, 2020 Read More.. Movie Reviews - March 2020 Bad Boys for Life Mike and Marcus have to deal with the fallout of an enemy that Mike put away long ago. Bad Boys for Life pro February 28, 2020 Read More.. Salty Sow Turns Up on the Heat on Spring Menu with New BBQ Options By Molly Cerreta Smith Since it arrived on the scene at Cactus and Tatum several years, Salty Sow has been and continues to b February 28, 2020 Read More.. Movie Releases - February 2020 February 7 Birds Of Prey (And the fantabulous emancipation of one Harley Quinn) The Lodge (Limited) February 14 The Photog January 31, 2020 Read More.. Movie Reviews - February 2020 By AD Beal Uncut Gems The Safdie brothers might currently be the best directors at making an audience root for the most irre January 31, 2020 Read More.. New Releases: January 2020 January 3 The Grudge January 10 Like A Boss Underwater The Informer January 17 Bad Boys For Life Dolittle The Last January 2, 2020 Read More.. Movie Reviews: January 2020 By AD Beal Knives Out Knives Out is not your every day, run-of-the-mill murder mystery. This film makes the normal macabre s January 2, 2020 Read More.. Over Easy: Making the Breakfast Game Look Easy By Molly Cerreta Smith Back when famed local chef Aaron May open the first Over Easy location in Arcadia more than a decade a January 2, 2020 Read More.. Movie Review: The Irishman I’ve seen several critics argue that a filmmaker’s work generally declines in quality as their career goes on. That does not December 10, 2019 Read More..
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