The Next Chapter

The Next Chapter

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski For the Musical Theatre of Anthem’s “lucky” 13th season, the company will bring to the stage new performances sure to delight patrons of all ages. MTA ...

Adventure Through the American Riviera

Adventure Through the American Riviera

By Alison Bailin Batz Just over an hour from the Valley by plane—and only about seven by car—lies Santa Barbara. Nicknamed the American Riviera for its similarity to the French Riv ...

The Whole Family

The Whole Family

By Laura Latzko Some areas of the Valley cater more specifically to one demographic or age group. In communities like Fireside at Norterra, Sonoran Foothills and Union Park, folks ...

Smelly Service

Smelly Service

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Adam and Alisha Johnson feel for their customers. The Anthem couple who founded Doody Defense Pet Services are animal lovers who just want what’s best ...

Grandma’s Recipes

Grandma’s Recipes

By Pastor David Bowen, Standing Stones Community Church, Standing Stones Christian Academy Spring break has never been a time for our family to get out of town, but it is a wonderf ...

Stay Inside, Eat Great

Stay Inside, Eat Great

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Arizona Restaurant Association has come to the rescue of dining establishments suffering because of the recent state of emergency. It has debuted ...

A Taste for Change

A Taste for Change

By Dr. Brian Hester A quick Google search for “diets” will give you endless results. Everyone wants to tell you what foods you should eat, how much to eat, and what foods you shoul ...

No Ordinary Gym

No Ordinary Gym

Jabz uses boxing to help women meet their goals By Connor Dziawura Christina Peregrym was a longtime client of Jabz Boxing when she decided to get in on the concept and open a fran ...

Great Daddy Dates

Great Daddy Dates

Father sets high bar on dates with his girls By Pastor David Bowen, Standing Stones Community Church, Standing Stones Christian Academy February and Valentine's. The month of love. ...

Crossing Boundaries

Crossing Boundaries

Anthem chamber offers trips to Mexico and Costa Rica By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce is expanding the boundaries of business networking to include ...

No Horsin’ Around

No Horsin’ Around

Equestrians take the Sun Circuit show seriously. Period. By Annika Tomlin Horses are Bob Avila’s life. His parents, Don and Pat, owned and showed horses during his childhood in Nor ...

Entertainer’s Delight

Entertainer’s Delight A Sonoran Foothills family enjoys their spacious backyard   By Sondra Barr Photos by Final Touch Photography   Mickey and Rachel moved to the Valley from Southern California in 2005. After a few years of acclimating to the area, they found their current home in the Desert Trails section of Sonoran Foothills, which they happily moved into in 2009. Since then, the couple has cr ...

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Juicing Offers Energizing Benefits, Says Local Dietitian Kelli Morgan

I began juicing regularly four years ago, and now, I don’t feel myself without my daily juice. I feel so energized after I juice! I love it first thing in the morning, but if I’m running short on time in the morning, I’ll have it in the afternoon. It’s a perfect pick-me-up at 3 p.m.! Freshly made juice at home is not even in the same category as the “stuff” you buy at the grocery store. Fresh juice contains ...

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“Prescott’s First Citizen” Was a Rough-and-tumble Grizzly-fighting Mountain Man-by the Name of Pauline Weaver

When old Joe Walker, one of the West’s most famous explorers, and his party of prospectors arrived at Granite Creek in the spring of 1863, an old mountaineer by the name of Pauline Weaver was already camped there. The area was the stomping ground of the Yavapai Indians, a formidable tribe of warriors, but surprisingly, the earliest days of Prescott’s history were relatively free of bloodshed, and the credit ...

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