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Teacher surprised with donated vehicle

Teacher surprised with donated vehicle

Christmas came early and in a big way for Sunnyslope Elementary fourth-grade teacher Patricia Wharton, who was surprised with a donated..

Two music series featured this month

Two music series featured this month

Arizona Bach Festival returns for its 10th-annual season of inspiring, transcendent performances of the music of Baroque composer Johann..

Local author signs new children’s book

Local author signs new children’s book

Phoenix author Barbara Renner is launching her new picture book, “Quincy the Quail and the Mysterious Egg,” from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday,..

Applications open for Camp O’Connor

Applications open for Camp O’Connor

Applications for The Sandra Day O’Connor Institute’s Camp O’Connor 2019 will open Monday, Jan. 7, at www.CampOConnnor.org. Camp..

Start the new year healthy with yoga

Start the new year healthy with yoga

Make this the year to start or come back to your yoga mat. Desert Song Healing Arts Center, 3232 N. 20th St., has monthly opportunities for..

Night of the Three Kings at Phoenix Zoo

Night of the Three Kings at Phoenix Zoo

Celebrate “Noche de Reyes Magos” (the Night of the Three Kings) from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 6, at the Phoenix Zoo. The event..

Acacia Library marks 50 years of service

Acacia Library marks 50 years of service

On Saturday, Jan. 5, the Acacia Library, located at 750 E. Townley Ave., will mark 50 years of service to the community. Join City..

Former brewers create unique seasonal batch

Former brewers create unique seasonal batch

Stop by North Mountain Brewing (NMT) this month to experience Ghosts of Brewers Past, a collaboration on a winter ale with some of NMT’s..

Tibi takes helm at Biltmore Lions Club

Tibi takes helm at Biltmore Lions Club

Phil Tibi, founder of The Phil Tibi Group, 2 Biltmore Estates Drive, was named president of the Phoenix Biltmore Lions Club. “After..

Sean Lieb promoted to first vice president

Sean Lieb promoted to first vice president

North Central native Sean Lieb recently was promoted to first vice president of the Phoenix office of SRS Real Estate Partners, 3131 E...

Reduced rates for interior design help

Reduced rates for interior design help

Updating and redesigning your home can bring incredible results but getting to the end of the project or remodel can be challenging...

Local businesses win cash prizes

Local businesses win cash prizes

Business entrepreneurs and third-generation North Central residents Jeff Malkoon and his sister, Denise, the team behind Peanut Butter..

Donate citrus for new CenPho Citrus IPA

Donate citrus for new CenPho Citrus IPA

Huss Brewing Co. is accepting citrus donations from now through Jan. 14 to make its upcoming batches of the all-new CenPho Citrus IPA,..

Central Phoenix commercial properties are selling well

Central Phoenix commercial properties are selling well

Central Phoenix continues to experience significant new development. Cashen Realty Advisors in the second half of 2018 closed more than $11..

Barry’s Ace Hardware now a U-Haul dealer

Barry’s Ace Hardware now a U-Haul dealer

Barry’s Ace Hardware, 1929 W. Glendale Ave., has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Phoenix community. Barry’s will..

Recycling fest returns on Jan. 5

Recycling fest returns on Jan. 5

I Recycle Phoenix is back, where local residents can clear out their items and stay green for 2019. It will take place at Christown..

Ikebana Exhibit Jan. 26-27 at garden

Ikebana Exhibit Jan. 26-27 at garden

The Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix hosts the 10th Annual Ikebana Exhibit Jan. 26-27, sponsored by The Sonoran Desert Sogetsu Study..

Yoga teaching certification class come to Kharma Life

Yoga teaching certification class come to Kharma Life

A new fast-track yoga teaching certification that concentrates on the Therapeutic Foundations of Yoga will launch on March 1, and features..

Volunteer literacy tutors sought

Volunteer literacy tutors sought

As children gear up for their second semester of school, volunteer tutors are needed to help them finish out the year successfully. The..

Two books look at unique Arizona

Two books look at unique Arizona

Arizona’s official State Historian, Marshall Trimble, has released a new book, “Arizona Oddities: Land of Anomalies & Tamales”..

State museum asks for volunteers

State museum asks for volunteers

The Arizona Capitol Museum, 1700 W. Washington St., is looking for volunteers. People who have a love for Arizona’s past can come help..

Mindfulness for happy self, healthy family

Mindfulness for happy self, healthy family

The ASU Center for Mindfulness, Compassion and Resilience team offer a free interactive introduction to these wellness practices, 11..

Pitties and Chihuahuas fixed for just $20

Pitties and Chihuahuas fixed for just $20

The holidays and just after the new year are critical times for Altered Tails, as many people give pets as gifts only to discover that they..

Learn the benefits of fermented foods

Learn the benefits of fermented foods

Suzette with local business Garden Goddess will share the benefits of fermented foods, 12:30-1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19 at the Cholla..

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