Articles

Medieval Talent

Performers show their unique skills at Renaissance Festival BY Connor Dziawura Renaissance fairs around the nation are breeding grounds for people with interesting talents. From unique...

Planning for the Future

URA Group AZ wants to help make retirement comfortable BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When John Kieber signed up for his first 401(k), he lacked the...

Hospice of the Valley to break ground on innovative dementia campus

By Lin Sue Cooney We embark on a new decade celebrating a huge milestone in our efforts to help families live well with dementia, a...

Rancho de Tia Rosa

Landmark restaurant makes grand return to Northeast Mesa By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Cory Lucas likes to say he just fell into the restaurant business. Perhaps he’s making...

The Last Days

Van Gogh’s final time in Auvers-sur-Oise By ed boitano Ask most people to name a famous painter, and they’d probably say Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh....

On a ‘Mission’

Styx kicks off its 2020 tour at the Celebrity Theatre By Haley Lorenzen This January, fans can catch all sides of Styx when it kicks off...

Hitting The Court

Northwest Valley men bounce their way to good health BY Eric Newman Bill Irwin is 86 years old and, admittedly, one of the most competitive men...

News Briefs

by Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Authors luncheon features latest works The Arizona Women’s Board recently hosted its 40th annual Friends of Erma Bombeck Authors Luncheon at the JW...

Studying The Beatles

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Chicago’s Jason Scheff admits he’s a little young to fully recall when “The White Album” was released in 1968. “I’m 57, so when...

‘I Can Be a Mom,not a Caregiver’

By Lin Sue Cooney Hospice of the Valley support parents of medically fragile children Fear, guilt and loneliness consumed Jamie Stutzman and Kathleen Muldoon, two working...