Articles

Charlie Chaplin: His Personal Life, Part 2

BY ed boitano Well, it’s been a week. And once again I find myself sitting on the park bench in Vevey, Switzerland, next to the...

Defying Discouragement

BY Connor Dziawura Mesa artist Susan Hanch Paige says it’s unusual for someone to have an extended art career like her. “I think artists get discouraged,”...

Building a ‘Mayberry’

By Connor Dziawura Robson Communities is always looking to improve its model to satisfy what the company’s Brian Boylan sees is a growing aging population. Founded...

Detroit Proud

David Najor brings the flavors of Michigan to Scottsdale BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When David Najor moved to Arizona, he brought the feelings, the work ethic and...

Switzerland

Charlie Chaplin was happy at Corsier-sur-Vevey By Ed Boitano A warm wind blows across Lake Geneva, which I find both soothing and invigorating. Soon I’m amidst...

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....