Thunderbird Artists Sculpture & Wine Festival

With the spectacular fountain as its backdrop, a main avenue in Fountain Hills will be transformed into a sculpture wonderland next month when Thunderbird Artists hosts its 2nd Annual Sculpture & Wine Festival Friday through Sunday, Jan. 13 through 15. The juried show will feature more than 60 acclaimed sculptors from around the globe, giving…


Nothing Like a Dame

She’s a self-described “big, brassy dame” with a penchant, as a kid, for “overacting and stealing the show.” She is Paulette Rockir, a native New Yorker with a flair for mimicry and a passion to perform.  Now residing in Prescott since 2009 with her husband and biggest fan, David, Paulette was on stage in November…


Happy Hanukkah!

Hanukkah enlightens and revives for me the many faces of miracles that reveal themselves every day: my children, life, health, love and so many more. It’s the gratitude that builds up inside that reflects an everlasting flame that flickers and bursts each time I witness G-d’s grace in my life and in others. The oil…


Eat for a good cause at Joy Bus Diner

Joy Bus Diner $$ 3375 E Shea Blvd., Phoenix 602-595-5884 Two things you need to know right up front: it’s a mitzvah to eat here and the food is good! The combination of doing good while eating well is a joyous experience and reflects the very name of this restaurant. It’s a mitzvah because…


8 Nights of Fashion

Hanukkah is right around the corner and that means dressing for eight festive nights! As we enter the joyful season, we see a shift toward cooler weather and holiday style with winter fabrics and flourishes. Sure, a little black dress or menswear suit is always a solid choice for the party scene, but who says…


Calling All Rosarians!

You’re the One. Ruby Ruby. Voodoo. Sexy Rexy. If you recognize these as names of roses, you’re probably a rosarian. If you don’t, there’s no time like the present to become one and join legions of lovers and cultivators of roses the world over. What’s so special about the rose? Not only is it the…


Time for Tea

As the story goes, afternoon tea began in the early 19th century, when Anna Russell, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, is said to have complained of growing very hungry between the more substantial meals of breakfast (7 am) and dinner (8:30 pm). She requested that her servant bring tea and a light snack, perhaps a…

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