Laveen, AZ Single Mom Renews Hope After Earning $1,500 Grant

Pursuing a double major is difficult for many individuals. Add on the complexity of the double major being in molecular biosciences & biotechnology and biochemistry pursued by a single mom with three jobs. It seems like a nearly impossible scenario. For Laveen, AZ resident Cynthia Carrizoza, 29, this is the ambitious path she embarked on […]

New in Town: Copper Mule Kitchen and Bar

Copper Mule Kitchen and Bar opened in North Scottsdale in January, offering a diverse menu inspired by the owners’ travels and home states of New York, Texas, New Mexico, Mississippi and Arizona. Menu items with regional influences include Hatch chile queso, Montauk fried olives, Sonoran shrimp cocktail and Delta deviled eggs, as well as sandwiches, […]

Day of Hope Spring Carnival is Free for Cancer Patients, Family Members

Community Event Slated for Saturday, Feb. 29 at Cancer Support Community of AZ Fighting cancer can feel like a full-time job for the patient as well as his or her family members, but an upcoming special event seeks to give everyone affected by cancer an opportunity to take a day off. Cancer Support Community of […]

Eat Your Art Out Chandler Cooks Up Support for Local Arts Scene

A Portion of Proceeds Raised at Participating Restaurants Tuesday, Feb. 25 Fund Chandler Center for the Arts Free Art Programs Hungry for a way to give back to the greater good? Then step out and enjoy lunch, happy hour or dinner in Chandler later this month and see a portion of every dollar you spend […]

Beadle Sculpture to be Dedicated at Scottsdale Artists’ School

A recently donated Al Beadle sculpture to the City of Scottsdale will be dedicated at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Scottsdale Artists’ School, 3720 N. Marshall Way in Scottsdale. The sculpture, titled “Ziggy’s Sister,” was designed by the late Beadle and donated to the City as an anonymous gift in honor of the Beadle […]

Junior League of Phoenix Celebrates 85 Years with $85K Grant to Phoenix Rescue Mission

The Junior League of Phoenix is celebrating 85 years of service to the community with an $85,000 grant to Phoenix Rescue Mission, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing solutions to end hunger, homelessness, addiction and trauma. The grant will allow Phoenix Rescue Mission to expand its current food bank program with a mobile food pantry […]