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Add a little Irish to your Italian

Add a little Irish to your Italian

Executive Chef Tomaso Maggiore of Tomaso’s Italian Restaurant is celebrating the Irish Catholic holiday by adding a colorful twist to his..

Chamber music society hosts Winter Festival

Chamber music society hosts Winter Festival

The Phoenix Chamber Music Society, the Valley’s only professional music organization dedicated to the art of chamber music, presents its..

Free family music interactive event

Free family music interactive event

Music Together of Phoenix will host a benefit concert for young children (birth-8) and their families, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at..

Free summer camp expo in the park

Free summer camp expo in the park

Where will your kids go to camp this summer? In the ZONA presents a Summer Camp Expo from 1-5 p.m. Sunday, March 5, at Enchanted Island..

A fun way to learn about nutrition

A fun way to learn about nutrition

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has marked Feb. 1 as Walk On! Day, in recognition of a program to help target childhood obesity. To celebrate, Blue..

Holy yoga offers stretching, spirituality

Holy yoga offers stretching, spirituality

Whether you are trying to connect with your body or connect with a higher meaning, Holy Yoga might just meet both your needs. “Holy Yoga..

New therapies help those with Parkinson’s

New therapies help those with Parkinson’s

When Robin Allen, medical office manager, started working at Fellowship Square in Phoenix last April, she noticed that the Parkinson’s..

What are ASU’s plans for bio-med?

What are ASU’s plans for bio-med?

Arizona State University’s Biomedical Initiatives will be the topic at the Arizona Association for Economic Development’s (AAED) March..

Scooter’s Coffee helps clean up 19th Avenue

Scooter’s Coffee helps clean up 19th Avenue

Scooter’s Coffee teamed up with the 19 North community to clean up 19th Avenue from Dunlap to Montebello during the “Love Our..

See the Japanese garden by moonlight

See the Japanese garden by moonlight

“Haru in the Garden” is back for another year, presented by the Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix. Enjoy the colors and sounds of..

Citrus trees ready to be planted

Citrus trees ready to be planted

The Urban Farm this month wraps up its fruit tree pop-up nursery events as part of its annual Fruit Tree Program. Citrus fruit trees will..

Talks, tours highlight Modern Phoenix Week

Talks, tours highlight Modern Phoenix Week

Modern Phoenix Week, featuring seminars, mixers and tours, takes place March 24-April 2 around the Valley, with a few fun events in the..

Spring festivals & family events

Spring festivals & family events

The weather is heating up and so are the outdoor events around Phoenix. Check out these events coming up: St. Patrick’s Day Parade and..

Wandering up memory lane

Wandering up memory lane

There are many ways to access the popular Shaw Butte in the North Mountain Preserves, most of them via hiking trails that wind around the..

Local couple honored for decade of service

Local couple honored for decade of service

North Central couple Todd and Beth Weinstein were celebrated for their decade of service to aiding and encouraging local LGBTQ youth.

Stark, DeRose vie for council seat

Stark, DeRose vie for council seat

Phoenix’s District 3 residents have the opportunity to decide who will best represent them in a special election set for Mar. 14.

Sharing a love of all kinds of shoes

Sharing a love of all kinds of shoes

When Jackson’s parents asked him to think about a charitable project, Jackson knew it would have to involve shoes.

Youth/seniors join in on spring break

Youth/seniors join in on spring break

A unique program sponsored by the city of Phoenix pairs youth ages 13-17 in the Sunnyslope area with senior citizens at the Sunnyslope..

Chef keeps things fresh at Stock and Stable

Chef keeps things fresh at Stock and Stable

It has been a busy nine months since opening day for Stock and Stable, and Chef Joe Absolar continues to tweak his menu.

Cooking, crafts, more at 2017 Coyote Camp

Cooking, crafts, more at 2017 Coyote Camp

The Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort’s annual Coyote Camp provides a fun, safe and educational program that allows children to just be..

Swim & Gym Fest benefits hospital

Swim & Gym Fest benefits hospital

Hubbard Family Swim Schools and The Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics & Dance Center are teaming up to host their eighth-annual Swim & Gym..

Supercamp set for spring break

Supercamp set for spring break

The Arizona Sunrays Gymnastics & Dance Center, 3110 E. Thunderbird Road, hosts its fun-filled spring break “Supercamp” March 6-31..

‘Master’ the aging process

‘Master’ the aging process

The Area Agency on Aging has partnered with the National Council on Aging to present The Aging Mastery Program, a 10-week series of classes..

Workshop on wills, bequests

Workshop on wills, bequests

Learn about the importance and legal aspects of having a will by attending a free-of-charge presentation offered by the Duet Professional..

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