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Last year was a harrowing time in America’s rich and complicated history. Our great nation was faced with a novel coronavirus and an old, deeply ingrained racial disease aching for healing and remedy. more
For 23 years, the Town of Paradise Valley has had a tradition of honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an in-person celebration and luncheon, and this year, while dramatically different in some … more
When Charles St. Clair arrived in Arizona in 1990, to begin a faculty position with the School of Humanities, Arts and Cultural Studies at ASU West in Glendale, the local culture was shifting. more
While Mesa is not hosting an in-person parade and festival due to the pandemic, the city will honor and celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a virtual parade. The event is on … more
Superstition Mountain Promotional Corp., the Apache Junction Mounted Rangers and the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce have canceled the 2021 Lost Dutchman Days event due to increasing health and … more
Adult day programs are one of those industries that continue to worry about maintaining a healthy environment in the wake of the coronavirus pandemeic. more
Nov. 19 marks Women’s Entrepreneurship Day and two Phoenix-area businesses run by women have found hope despite the fear of suffering financial impacts of COVID-19. Before the pandemic hit, … more
Fears about the spread of COVID-19 caused families around the world to shut their doors to strangers, literally and figuratively. But dozens of foster families and adoptive families with Aid to … more
Let me start out by saying that even in the veterans community there seems to be some confusion as to what makes someone a veteran. Some say you have to have completed a contract of service. Most … more
Since its earliest days, the labor movement has sought to improve the quality of work life, create workplace democracy and participate in employer-employee decision-making. The many benefits and … more
This year marks the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. The date is now … more
Red Nose Day is back for the sixth year at Walgreens, with 240 locations across Arizona. While the mission to raise money to end child poverty remains more important now than ever, the "Red Nose" … more
In a show of generosity and selflessness at a time of unthinkable challenges, nearly 39,000 Arizonans donated a record-shattering $6,095,007 to 913 nonprofit organizations participating in the … more
Your heart may belong to your Valentine, but it’s truly yours to keep healthy. more
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