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Through his exhibit “And It’s Built on the Sacred,” artist Jacob Meders examines the gentrification of indigenous lands and the impact that colonial and capitalistic influences have … more
Arizona Helping Hands recently received a grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust for $100,000 to assist AHH in underwriting the Licensing Safety Program over the next year. more
After Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust donated a record-amount of funds to 71 Arizona organization on September, many local leaders are voicing shock and appreciation. Catholic Charities … more
Trustees of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust awarded a total of $123 million in surprise grants to 71 Arizona nonprofits — the largest single-day grant initiative in Arizona’s history, … more
Kimber Lanning and Dr. Warren H. Stewart, Sr. will be Valley Leadership’s 72nd Man & Woman of the Year, the organization announced. The pair were selected because of their commitment to … more
Local women who are pursuing vocational, skills training or an undergraduate degree are encouraged to apply for the Live Your Dream Award through Soroptimist International of the East Valley. Two … more
Copies of Independent Newsmedia’s 2022 Scenic Arizona Calendar are now available for purchase. Photographers with submissions featured in the calendar include: Curtis Roberts, of Peoria; … more
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month approaches, a Phoenix-based program is working to support breast cancer survivors by helping them through the recovery process both physically and emotionally with … more
Scottsdale Leadership's Colleen McKenna Katz,  54,  loves being a photographer, volunteer and most of all, a mom. more
OdySea Aquarium announces the birth of three healthy whitetip reef shark — Triaenodon obesus — pups including one male and two female pups. more
The Great American Seed Up returns to North Phoenix Baptist Church, 5757 N. Central Ave., Phoenix for its first live event since March of 2020. more
Valley Presbyterian Church will host the 50th annual Cooks’ Tour between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 6, on its campus at 6947 E. McDonald Dr., Paradise Valley. more
From 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 24, St. Joseph the Worker will host its seventh annual Celebration of the Worker Breakfast event. more
A peaceful anti-war rally and 9/11 commemoration event will be held at Scottsdale’s El Dorado Park on Saturday, Sept. 11. The noon-3 p.m. event is hosted by the Arizona Libertarian Party … more
If there’s anything that the recent Tokyo Olympics showed us, it’s that Olympians are just like us, only more so. They suffer from the same anxieties, and similar financial and … more
North Scottsdale United Methodist Church will celebrate the new school year with a blessing, party and pretzels from the Mustache Pretzel Food Truck, with mustache-shaped pretzels, during the UMW Sunday worship service at 10 a.m., Sept. 12. more
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution encourages Americans to reflect on the U.S. Constitution during this month’s annual observance of the foundational document of national governance. more
Kids in Focus has announced Billie Jo and Judd Herberger returning as honorary chairs for the Third Annual Noche para los Niños — Night for the Children — event. more
Acronis SCSVets, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing veteran and military spouses under and unemployment, announced its first annual golf tournament on Sept. 10 at the Arizona Grand Golf Course. … more
Bernard Falchook, a Scottsdale World War II veteran, has many memories he holds dear to him on his 95th birthday, Sept. 2. more
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