Daily Archives: April 26, 2017

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The Paper Place: Sisters in Stationery

In 1978, gasoline was 70¢ a gallon, a postage stamp was 13¢ and Scottsdale Fashion Square was a three-story open-air structure. That’s also the year that Judy Silver and her daughter, Nancy, opened The Paper Place on Marshall Way in Scottsdale. “Mom was a tennis player and housewife…I think she was tired of being a…

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Business Profiles

Judy E. Laufer Author and Publisher Little Egg Publishing Company 1331 N. 7th St. #375, Phoenix 602-539-5839 littleegg@cox.net littleeggpublishing.com Judy E. Laufer is a publisher and author who writes under the pen name of J.E. Laufer. She is the creative spirit behind the Little Egg Publishing Company or Little Egg Kids Books on Facebook. She…

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Biz Ins and Outs

Mental Health America of Arizona adds new board member Mental Health America of Arizona is pleased to announce its new board member, Myra Richman, owner of Richman & Associates, Inc. and Blacktie-Arizona. Appreciating the significance of being connected to her community, Myra has actively contributed to many Arizona organizations. She has served as a board…

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A Jewel in the Valley’s crown

Bonnie Radow can’t remember a time in her life when she wasn’t creating. That creative streak has taken her on a unique path from interior designer and sculptor to her current raison d’être: jewelry designer. Her knack for creativity came in handy for clients of upscale homes when they couldn’t find just the right furnishings…

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Debut novel highlights Phoenix

Brad Graber says his goal of writing a novel had been percolating for years but acknowledges that he “had to make a living.” He finally decided to fulfill his fantasy by saving enough money and retiring short of age 60. A native New Yorker with a master’s degree in healthcare administration, Brad and his spouse,…

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Chef’s Corner: Shakshuka, an Israeli specialty

May 1 is Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day. Celebrate the occasion by making shakshuka, a dish that closely competes with hummus and falafel as an Israeli staple. Originally introduced to Israel by Libyan and Tunisian Jews in the 1950s, shakshuka has since become a favorite for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Israel is truly a melting…

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taste of Arizona: The Doughbird has landed!

Atop the site of a former decrepit Circle K, like a Phoenix rising from the ashes, sits the newest creation from Fox Restaurant Concepts, Doughbird. If you have followed me on my journey through Valley restaurants, you already know I’m no fan of the focus-grouped, corporate-structured dining experience. (Shiver!) However, these Fox Concept guys have…

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