Scottsdale North News2020-04-17T18:25:38+00:00

COVER STORIES

It’s Fun to Feel Good! Pickleball Passion Inspires Jigsaw Health to Launch Specialized Product By Amy Wolff
Photos by Kimberly Carrillo
From music parodies about clean hands to dancing lobsters, pickleball songs and epic Braveheart spoofs, Jigsaw Health is not your average nutrition supplement company. “I bet we are the only dietary supplement company in the world that has a full-time sound engineer... - Read More...
Building Better Golfers Through Balance FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Center can help you improve your golf game By Michelle Talsma Everson Because of its outdoor location and the ability for players to physically distance themselves from one another, the already popular game of golf has experienced an upswing during the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, a University of Arizona study found that... - Read More... Cornelis Hollander Jewelry Designs This family-owned business is still shining bright after 36 years If you’re considering purchasing an engagement ring—or any type of jewelry—this holiday season, stop by Cornelis Hollander Jewelry Designs to take a peek at their impressive, customized collection. Established in 1984, Cornelis Hollander Jewelry Designs is located in the heart of the Scottsdale Art District... - Read More... The Benefits of Buying Local Drop the big box and support your favorite small businesses this holiday season November 28 is National Small Business Saturday. The purpose of this annual occasion is to raise awareness and encourage everyone to shop small and patronize businesses that are locally owned. After all, according to statistics, for every $100 spent at a locally... - Read More... The Boozy Breakfast - The Place to go on High Street for Breakfast, Brunch & Booze By Michelle Talsma Everson If you’re looking for a local place with delicious drinks, superb food, and a great vibe, look no further than The Boozy Breakfast, located on High Street. “A proper breakfast/brunch eatery on High Street has been one of the most frequent requests over the past several years,” says Charles Ferguson, senior vice... - 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. The state-of-the-art swimming facility dedicated to teaching children as young as four months to swim just opened its doors at the Scottsdale 101 Shopping Center (7000 E.... - Read More... Educating the Whole Child Scottsdale Christian Academy offers a Quality Education with a Christian Worldview By Michelle Talsma Everson “Parents shouldn’t have to choose between a quality Christian education and a quality academic education; the two are not mutually exclusive,” says Dr. Brent M. Hodges, superintendent of Scottsdale Christian Academy (SCA). Dr. Hodges explains that generations of local families have... - 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... Affinity Wealth Advisory Group: How to Handle Market Volatility By Renee A. Hanson, Private Wealth Advisor, Affinity Wealth Advisory Group, a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC The exhilarating anticipation of ticking up the roller coaster is quickly followed by the screams of the downward spiral to its eventual stop. We know the ride, yet we will stay the course because... - 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... Spring is Festival Season in Scottsdale Spring in Scottsdale in my favorite time of year. Can you argue? The weather is amazing, and there is so much to do. March begins what I like to call “festival season” — with a fantastic festival focused on food, wine, beer, art, food, fashion, food, music, food… okay, sensing a pattern here? Though... - Read More... Rio Verde Country Club: The Best Kept secret in the North Valley By Molly Cerreta Smith Rio Verde Country Club, nestled in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains and abutting the Tonto National Forest, is a hidden golfer’s paradise that is world’s away, yet just minutes from Scottsdale North. Recently the Rio Verde Country Club completed a $3.75 million renovation that included a refresh and upgrade of the... - Read More... Arizona Fine Art Expo Returns to Scottsdale Come January 10, a dedicated parcel of desert in North Scottsdale will become a temporary arts community for the following 10 weeks as the Arizona Fine Art Expo returns to the valley. Renowned artists from across the globe will set up their studios and create original pieces of fine art in what has come... - Read More... Scottsdale North: Connecting Forgotten Territory By Scott Gaertner Scottsdale North is one of the most beautiful areas of the valley, in my opinion, and yet the neighborhood seems to be “forgotten territory” and disconnected from the rest of the valley and even according to Google Maps! The app actually shows the area of Scottsdale North ending 17 miles south of... - Read More... Why Hello! Modern Home: Retail Therapy at its Finest By Molly Cerreta Smith Tucked into the open-air shopping center of The Summit at Scottsdale on Ashler Hills Drive and Scottsdale Road, Why Hello Modern Home offers shoppers a relaxing and inviting environment in which to enjoy the shopping experience, not stress about it! Opened just over a year ago in October 2018, Why Hello... - Read More... Foothills Community Foundation Connecting the Local Community Through Arts, Entertainment and More By Molly Cerreta Smith The Foothills Community Foundation, located at 34250 North 60th Street in North Scottsdale, serves as the non-profit 501c3 umbrella for a handful of separate organizations they work with and help develop as independent community programs. “We are simply the guiding force,” says Jennifer Rosvall,... - Read More...

CITY NEWS

Pandemic propels Unique Lab Services into rapid expansion as safe provider of blood draws ULS adding vaccines and COVID testing to mobile services From quick responses to rapidly changing health care guidelines t February 6, 2021 Read More.. This Sun Shines New Phoenix Suns player Jae Crowder embraces his new home team and Scottsdale  By Lynette Carrington Photo Credit: R February 6, 2021 Read More.. A Local Doctor Overcomes The Odds and Shares Her Story to Inspire Her Patients to Succeed Living by faith in service is something that North Scottsdale resident Dr. Baharak Tabarsi, a family medicine physician at Vall February 2, 2021 Read More.. New Ways to V-Day: Help Cupid’s arrow fly this Valentine’s Day By Alison Bailin Batz It’s that time again: Valentine’s Day. And this year, Valentine’s Day not only falls on the week February 2, 2021 Read More.. A New Coffee Table Book Highlight’s Arizona’s Wine Industry Award-winning photographer, designer and Scottsdale resident Jenelle Bonifield just released her highly-anticipated hardcover c February 2, 2021 Read More.. YAM Properties LLC Purchases Pima Crossing Shopping Center Cushman & Wakefield recently announced that the firm has brokered the sale of Pima Crossing, a high-quality 238,275-square- February 2, 2021 Read More.. Cooped Up? Get Out and About at Scottsdale Quarter It’s safe to say that many of us might have cabin fever these days, but you can get out, have fun and stay safe from a social February 2, 2021 Read More.. Scottsdale Police Department Warns of Recent Phone Scams the Scottsdale Police Department (PD) recently announced that they have experienced an influx in calls from local residents abo February 2, 2021 Read More.. Scottsdale’s New Mayor, City Council Members and Assistant Chief of Police Take Office Scottsdale recently welcomed its first new mayor in 12 years when David D. Ortega was sworn-in and took office. He is joined by February 2, 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.. 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.. Sam Baker Inspires Kids Through His Second Children’s Book Everybody could use some joy and a reminder that we are all connected. Scottsdale author Sam Baker promotes this through his ch December 31, 2020 Read More.. Neighbors Help Neighbors with Scottsdale’s Brown Bag Program By Jan Horne The dark, calm early Thursday morning is a stark contrast to the hustle and bustle taking place inside the brig December 31, 2020 Read More.. Want to Get Involved?Apply to Serve on a City Board or Commission Scottsdale residents who want to institute positive change in the city can apply to serve on advisory boards or commissions, wh December 31, 2020 Read More.. Holland Center Hosts 6th Annual Arizona Sage Art Market On January 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the Holland Center, a nonprofit organization committed to enhancing arts, education and c December 31, 2020 Read More.. A Local Church Helps to Bridge the Digital Divide Information Courtesy of Scottsdale Bible Church Today, most students are expected to use technology at home, but millions do December 31, 2020 Read More.. Cooper’s Hawk Brings High-end Winery Concept to the Valley Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants, a lifestyle brand and one of the nation’s fastest growing upscale casual dining res December 31, 2020 Read More.. The Arizona Fine Art EXPO to Take Place with COVID-19 Safety Precautions William Daggett’s sculptures start in a place many may not expect – the forests of northern Arizona and southern Utah. Each December 31, 2020 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.. 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.. Arizona’s Top Female Polo Player Gives Back By Lynette CarringtonPhoto by David Carrington The sport of polo has achieved a new level of appreciation in Arizona, especi December 1, 2020 Read More.. Danica Patrick Debuts New Wine: Danica Rosé By Lynette CarringtonPhoto by Will Bucquoy Danica Patrick may be officially retired from the world of auto racing, but she h December 1, 2020 Read More.. Scottsdale Names Interim Police Chief Scottsdale City Manager Jim Thompson has selected Jeff Walther to serve as interim police chief. Police Chief Alan Rodbell r December 1, 2020 Read More.. Scottsdale North 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.. Walmart and Cruise Chart a New Roadmap for Retail in Scottsdale By Tom Ward, SVP of Customer Product, Walmart U.S. This year, we’ve had our foot on the accelerator, expanding our pickup December 1, 2020 Read More.. Ofrenda: A Place to Taste and Remember A feast for the senses awaits dinner guests as they walk through the elegant doors of Ofrenda, the latest restaurant concept fr December 1, 2020 Read More.. Scottsdazzle Delights with Seasonal Activities By Molly Cerreta Smith Tis the season to be jolly! For those that are looking to celebrate cautiously this month, Scottsdazz December 1, 2020 Read More.. Live at Grayhawk Returns to Grayhawk Golf Club Live at Grayhawk, featuring live performances by Vinyl Station along with drink and appetizer specials, returns to the patio at November 1, 2020 Read More.. Scottsdale Adopt-A-Senior Program Needs You! By Anya Wright, Via Linda Senior Center The holiday season will be upon us very soon. We are getting ready to help Scottsda November 1, 2020 Read More..

REAL ESTATE & HOME

BUSINESS

Hello My Name Is Jennifer Muff of Moxi Medical Associates Hi, my name is: Jennifer Muff My company & title is: Moxi Medical Associates, owner and nurse practitioner A typical February 5, 2021 Read More.. 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.. New Resources Available to Support Small Businesses, Business Recruitment and the Hospitality Industry Arizona’s small businesses and hospitality sector have been especially hard hit by the pandemic, with thousands of jobs lost November 30, 2020 Read More.. Remote Work Tips From a Local CEO North Scottsdale based Shandee Chernow founded CertiStar in 2017. I launched CertiStar a little over two years ago and curren May 12, 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... 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.. 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.. BUSINESS PROS CONNECT: YOUR FREE LOCAL NETWORKING GROUP We’ve all heard the saying, “It’s not WHAT you know, but WHO you know.” This rings most true in the business world. October 4, 2019 Read More.. ZILLOW GROUP CELEBRATES ONE-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF ZILLOW OFFERS and OPENS it’s SOUTHWEST HUB IN Scottsdale Most of you are already familiar with the Zillow Group, which houses one of the largest portfolios of real estate brands on mob May 31, 2019 Read More.. Renee A. Hanson Honored As Top Best-In-State Wealth Advisor by Forbes Magazine Renee A. Hanson, CFP®, ChFC®, CEP®, CDFATM, CFS®, BFA®, APMA®, a Private Wealth Advisor with Ameriprise Financial in Phoe April 1, 2019 Read More.. 2019 Study Ranks Scottsdale the Best City for Jobs in U.S. The City of Scottsdale has been named by WalletHub as the best city in the U.S. to find a job. The 2019 study cites 30 key indi February 1, 2019 Read More.. Three Tips For Leading A Successful Entrepreneurial Life The life of an entrepreneur – or at least the idea behind that life – can seem enticing to just about everyone. You lau January 1, 2019 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Dave Karsten My company & title is… Along with my wife Cheryl, we are the owners of Karsten’s Ace Hardware with four valley location January 1, 2019 Read More.. Scottsdale North Small Business Saturday By Scott Gaertner Lifestyle Contributor It’s the annual holiday shopping tradition that gets communities everywhere out in su November 1, 2018 Read More.. Profile On Local Entrepreneur: Lori Harlig My company & title is…Amici Catering & Events. I am the CEO/Chief Event Officer (and co-owner). A typical day in my l October 1, 2018 Read More.. Profile On Local Business: Scott Gaertner My company & title is… Scott Gaertner Group A typical day in my life includes… At 5 a.m. I begin planning the day with August 30, 2018 Read More.. TOP 10 REASONS TO HIRE A PROPERTY MANAGER   1 Credit and back ground checks. Believe it or not, sometimes people and not honest with their past. One must be like a April 10, 2018 Read More.. Tips For Planning Your Employee Holiday Party Thanksgiving is just ahead of us and many employers are already stressing and focusing on end-of-year holiday parties for their November 1, 2018 Read More..

FAMILY AND EDUCATION

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... The Free January 16 Itty Bitty Open Introduces The Littlest of Golfers to the Sport In its thirty third year, the Junior Golf Association of Arizona (JGAA) will host the 2021 Itty Bitty Open on January 16 at numerous Valley-wide locations. Open to all kids age 3-5 years old, the free event offers three clinic times per location starting December 31, 2020 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... Dr. Burdick to Retire from CCUSD After 47 years in education, Cave Creek Unified School District (CCUSD) superintendent, Dr. Debbi Burdick, will be retiring on December 31. Dr. Burdick has held the position of CCUSD superintendent since 2008 and came to the district in 2004 as associate December 1, 2020 Read More... We Need a Little Christmas at The Princess Rekindle the joy and tradition of 11 years of “Christmas at the Princess” at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess. The iconic AAA Five Diamond resort becomes the most festive place this side of the North Pole during its annual Christmas at the Princess 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... Black Mountain Elementary School named an A+ School of Excellence Black Mountain Elementary School (BMES), located in the Cave Creek Unified School District, has been named one of 44 Arizona public schools receiving the coveted A+ School of Excellence Award by the Arizona Educational Foundation (AEF). “The A+ School November 1, 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... CCUSD Welcomes Students Back In-Person and Online By Debbi Burdick, Ed.D. The Cave Creek Unified School District (CCUSD) opened for in-person classes and welcomed back the majority of our students on September 8 after the Governing Board voted and reaffirmed the in person start date at their Monday, Au October 2, 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... CCUSD Returns with Excellence By Debbi C. Burdick, Ed.D., Superintendent of the Cave Creek Unified School District After a summer of meetings and discussions with parents, staff, and experts, CCUSD had its academic plans for Returning with Excellence as well as its Logistics Plan fo September 2, 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... Peoria Unified School District Bond and Override Initiatives Added to November Ballot By Jessica Gonzalez, member of Support Our School PAC Voters will be asked to decide on two funding measures for Peoria Unified School District during the November election – a 13% maintenance and operations override renewal and a critical needs bond. August 3, 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... 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... CCUSD and the Community Come Together During Unprecedented Times The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly allowed us all to do things differently and adapt our lifestyles and habits, whether we wanted to or not. In the Cave Creek Unified District (CCUSD), we started adapting in mid-March when Governor Ducey and Superintenden 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... 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... 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... CCUSD Superintendent’s Current Letter to the Community We are so fortunate to live in a community where so many people and entities in our community graciously support our schools in so many ways. One of our newest partnerships this school year is with the Town of Carefree. Titled Carefree Cares, it was develo January 2, 2020 Read More... Cactus Shadows High School’s “Shadows” Literary Magazine and CS Press won Crown Awards The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced its Finalists for their Crown Awards. Both Cactus Shadows “Shadows” Literary Magazine and the student run newspaper, CS Press have won Crown Awards. They will find out in March if they are Silver or G December 3, 2019 Read More...

COMMUNITY

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

FRANCINE Restaurant Unveils New Dishes Using Award Winning MillPress Imports Olive Oil FRANCINE, the highly acclaimed French-inspired Mediterranean cuisine restaurant in the luxury wing of Scottsdale Fashion Square February 7, 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.. Eat Clean Phx Helps Locals to Eat Better While Giving Back It is now more important than ever to live a healthy lifestyle. With everyone having to make changes in their lives, it can be December 31, 2020 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.. The Ultimate Charcoal Grill Shopping Guide By BBQ Island If you are planning to purchase a charcoal grill for the first time, it is important to consider certain facto December 1, 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.. Eight Crucial Things to Consider When Building Outdoor Kitchens Contributed by BBQ Island Outdoor kitchens are luxurious and rewarding additions for any backyard patio. Of course, you canno November 1, 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.. The Scottsdale International Film Festival Goes Virtual The Scottsdale International Film Festival (the Festival), an annual event that connects audiences with award-winning cinema fro October 2, 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.. 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.. Two New Restaurants Debut in North Scottsdale Are you looking for something different for dinner tonight? These two new local eateries should be on your must-try list. Se August 3, 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.. Create the Ultimate Outdoor Grilling Space Contributed by BBQ Island Food is always a plus when it comes to bringing friends and family together, making your grill the June 1, 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.. KEEPING YOUR BBQ ISLAND IN TOP NOTCH CONDITION By The BBQ Island Team When something is brand new, we all take extra care to make sure that it stays looking nice for as lon April 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.. Tomaso’s Italian Kitchen: A Culinary Legend Continues By Molly Cerreta Smith I’ve been eating and writing my way through the valley as a profession for more than 20 years. And o March 2, 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..
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