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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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“The Wedding Plan” is for believers

Rama Burshtein’s film, “The Wedding Plan” has received excellent reviews after making its American debut in New York on May 12. This is the second production for Rama after her first film “Fill the Void,” which came out in 2012. The movie follows Michal (Noa Kooler), an Orthodox Jewish woman, who is finally looking forward…

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Beth Surdut: drawn to wildlife

Artist Beth Surdut has always been interested in wildlife. She might have become a naturalist, had she been drawn to science instead of art. Her newest exhibit, “The Art of Paying Attention,” features detailed drawings of the “critters” she encounters around her Tucson home. Beth only recently started doing these intricate drawings. “I was a…

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