• Next Doors: The Tip of the Spear

    TGen leads Arizona’s fight against COVID-19 on several fronts So I have to admit, I was anxious to get this interview done. After all, most people don’t have the chance right now to pick the brain of...

    • Posted 2 months ago
  • Next Doors: Where Do we Go from Here?

    Uniting to help during the coronavirus outbreak             The best way to deal with this crisis is to do what we’ve always done — come together as a community.             It’s difficult to figure out where to...

    • Posted 3 months ago
  • Next Doors: Working Toward a Solution

    Glendale Works is helping homeless individuals restart their lives             It’s no secret that homelessness is a critical problem right now. You can see it as you go around the Valley. The homeless population is increasing, and...

    • Posted 4 months ago
  • Next Doors: Promoting Civil Discourse in a Cynical Age

    Sandra Day O’Connor Institute sees opportunity in the clamor We live in a time when it’s difficult to discuss our differences calmly and rationally. This fact has dominated recent news cycles, when black seems white, and white...

    • Posted 5 months ago
  • Next Doors: Starving for Answers

    Feeding Matters breaks new ground in pediatric feeding disorders             We all love to eat, right? It’s one of the simplest and most basic things we do as human beings. When we’re hungry, we find food. Sometimes...

    • Posted 6 months ago
  • Next Doors: Honoring While Learning

    Veterans Heritage Project documents stories of heroes while enlightening young people Ashley Durham was a sophomore at Cactus Shadows High School when she met a man by the name of Frank Lambert. On the surface, you wouldn’t...

    • Posted 8 months ago
  • Next Doors: A Reimagined Rio

    Project seeks to restore the artery of the Valley If you’ve studied your Arizona history, you may know of the Great Papago Escape. If you’re not familiar with it, the escape is probably the most noteworthy story...

    • Posted 9 months ago