All babies should live like royalty. Behold, here are some fabulous finds and essentials for your little prince or princess.

A Royal Room for Baby All babies should live like royalty. Behold, here are some fabulous finds and essentials for your little prince or princess. By Nadine Bubeck Photo by Marisa Belle Photography     Romina cribs are stunning, sturdy, and safely crafted available in many finishes and designs. Pictured: The Classic Crib Nerva in natural. rominafurniture.com   Elegance meets affordability with Gle ...

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Pastor David Bowen explores how many households are like yours

The Average American Family Pastor David Bowen explores how many households are like yours.   In 2014, there was a total of 81.35 million families living in the United States, which is almost double the 45 million families in 1960. Today’s families come in all shapes and sizes, so what does the typical American family look like? That’s not an easy question to answer, since it can be argued that there’s ...

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Pace of Play

Golf enthusiast Cassandra Johnson makes a case for stepping up the tempo of your game with ready golf. One buzz phrase in the golf community lately is pace of play. Ever since Morgan Pressel was penalized for slow pace in 2012, amateurs like us seem to take it a little more seriously. Slow pace of play can turn what should be a three-hour round of golf into a tedious afternoon of brainstorming excuses about ...

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Even the sky has no limits for these pilots who call Deer Valley Airport their home field

Licensed to Fly Even the sky has no limits for these pilots who call Deer Valley Airport their home field Compiled by Sondra Barr   Jessica Schram  Photo by Shannon Fisher Photography Day job: Commercial Pilot, Flight Instructor (CFI, CFII, MEI) When did you start flying? My journey to become a professional pilot began in January 2013 when I started researching my upcoming career change. However, my pa ...

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Getting involved in your child’s education pays off. Local educator Mary Birdoes explains why.

Join In Getting involved in your child’s education pays off. Local educator Mary Birdoes explains why.   I have an eccentric aunt from New York City who once took a job as a telephone psychic. Let’s see if clairvoyance runs in the family while I attempt to tell you a few things about yourself: I see a precious and talented kiddo in your life. Oh, wait. Do I see more than one? It appears that you have t ...

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Seven game-changing cocktail trends

Seven Game-Changing Cocktail Trends By Linda Losey More Playfulness, Less Pretention Preciousness and pomposity has taken a back seat to professionalism, opting for homespun hospitality over haughtiness. Cocktailing is becoming simpler, with a lowbrow laid-back sensibility on the rise. Small Batch Is Still Big The American Distilling Institute reports the meteoric rise in craft and microdistilleries, where ...

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Starlight Community Theater actors nominated for awards

Local Theater, Actors Recognized   Congrats to Starlight Community Theater and their actors, who received 28 ariZoni Theatre Awards of Excellence nominations for the 2014–2015 season.   Overall Production - Non-Contracted Play: The Curious Savage   Overall Production – Youth Play: Alice in America-Land Peter Pan and Wendy   Actress in a Major Role – Non-Contracted Play: Pat Drapac as Mrs ...

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Keep the Back-to-School Bugs at Bay!

Dr. Clifford Gazda offers suggestions to reduce the risk of your children contracting and transmitting disease. Back-to-school time for students means taking new and exciting classes; signing up for sports, clubs, and other extracurricular activities; and catching up with old friends and making new ones. For parents, it means new schedules and a break from the summer activities. It’s an exciting time, no ma ...

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School Lunch Solutions

Try these inventive tips to create a kid-approved sandwich Waterproof the Bread No one likes a soggy 'with for lunch. To waterproof the bread before adding meat and fillings, spread a thin layer of butter edge-to-edge on the inside of each bread slice. Ditch the Square Don't you know it's not hip to be square? Nix the standard box and stamp out something unusual for your kids' sandwich. Check out thelunchpu ...

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Fireside resident Fara Walling is helping to change the face of homelessness in Phoenix

Born to Serve Fireside resident Fara Walling is helping to change the face of homelessness in Phoenix. Photo of Fara Walling by Final Touch Photography Longtime Fireside resident Fara Walling has been volunteering with various organizations in our community for several years. She inherited the love of volunteering from her mother, who has volunteered most of her life, and that’s what nurtured Fara’s love of ...

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