Don’t be a Chump! Check for a Lump! works to provide free breast health education, testing and direct assistance to breast cancer survivors with wigs, support and resources in Arizona.
Dr. Shaun Kennedy, ND, assistant professor of nutrition at Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, outlines which fresh, seasonal foods to add into your diet with the new season. While everyone is excited for all things pumpkin spice, consider picking up one of these nutritious fall foods on your next shopping trip.
Not to be deterred by the pandemic, Kris Price opened Cryoshift, offering cryotherapy and other services for recovery and rejuvenation, at Crossroads Shopping Center in Gilbert this summer. This veteran of the wellness arena also happened to be the owner of the first Orangetheory Fitness in Arizona. Learn about Kris Price…
Now or Never, an upscale lifestyle shop, is now open along Roosevelt Row in Phoenix. The new shop curates clothing, furniture, accessories, home décor and skincare products from fine designers and independent brands and makers from across the globe.
One of the many things that city dwellers took from their time at home over the past few months is it how glorious it would be to have space to roam. That is where The Estates come in, offering a one-of-a-kind development of 10-acre lots in Flagstaff.
Located in Scottsdale, the newly opened Colette Skin Studio specializes in natural, pure products and holistic treatments from seasoned esthetician and Valley native, Kim Carson.
Carmen Starks is the CEO of Starks Candle Co. (a k a self-care candles) which offers hand-poured candles that are bursting with personality. Starks even offers a monthly subscription service.
In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Arizona Facial Plastics and Sojourner Center have teamed up with Phoenix’s Charity Charms to raise awareness and funds through their Key to Strength program.
Taliesin West in Scottsdale has reopened its doors to the public. Visitors to the celebrated Valley landmark can expect a low-contact, intimate experience.
From his time at military school to his 10-year career as a touring musician, it is safe to say Trent Hancock’s ability to wear many hats prepared him to be the VP of marketing at Scottsdale-based Camelot Homes. Learn about Trent Hancock…