Daily Archives: December 22, 2015


Famed pianist Emanuel Ax comes to Scottsdale

The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts welcomes pianist Emanuel Ax Jan. 24 for a program of six pieces by Beethoven as part of the Virginia G. Piper Concert Series. Ax combines unsurpassed musicianship with a self-effacing, almost diffident approach to making music, whether with an orchestra or as a chamber musician. He has been…


Sculpture & Wine: Inaugural Festival

In an unprecedented event for the award-winning producer of juried fine art and wine festivals in Arizona, Thunderbird Artists hosts its inaugural “Sculpture & Wine Festival” on Jan. 15-17 in Fountain Hills. The juried show will feature more than 60 acclaimed sculptors from around the globe, giving patrons a chance to view and purchase stunning,…


Chef’s Corner: No Meat Mondays

Photos by Mathew Strauss The New Year is suddenly upon us, and people everywhere are making new year’s resolutions with the goal of bettering themselves. One of my resolutions is to eat less meat, not only for health reasons, but also to create vegetable-based dishes that my family will enjoy and request frequently. Burgers are…


Lisa Levinson and her new biz

The Bakery Phx features organic, local ingredients It’s said that the word delicious has its root in the Old French delicious and the more modern French term delicieux, so it is only fitting that one of the most mouth-watering places you will ever stumble upon, The Bakery Phx, took root in a Montreal kitchen. Lisa…


Andara: Vibrant Senior Living

One might speculate that the majority of seniors in this country are scared speechless about growing older. If that’s the case, people living at Andara, a senior living community in Scottsdale, are definitely in the minority. Andara is a beautiful community that provides full-time assistance to those who need it. Whether it’s assisted living, short-term…

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