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When the Sundome Center for Performing Arts opened in September 1980 in Sun City West, it was billed as the largest single-level auditorium in the Southwest. more
Entering its sixth week of Emergency Disaster status at The Salvation Army Sun Cities Valley Corps, 17420 N. Ave. of the Arts, Surprise, the number of meals the Corps serves daily has more than … more
It has long been speculated that bald eagles could use saguaro cacti as nesting sites. Now the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) has documented proof. During recent eagle survey flights … more
With many regularly scheduled blood drives closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Banner Health is partnering with Vitalant, the region’s blood bank operator, to encourage blood donations … more
If mass runs on toilet paper, wipes and hand sanitizer represent a low point of the COVID-19 pandemic, making homemade masks rates among the high points. Volunteers across the country are sewing … more
Vintage Vehicles of Sun City, a restoration and social club, is planning a “cabin fever cruise” through care center parking lots between 10 a.m. and noon Wednesday, April 22. The club … more
Del Webb Sun Cities Museum officials expected a surge in attendance during spring training. more
With the threat of the coronavirus still looming, Sun Cities residents are coping with the situation in varying ways. more
The Valley View Community Food Bank got a boost from the Sun City Community Assistance Network. more
Yesterday: This small building, left, was erected by the Del Webb Development Company in 1959 to house a salesman to answer inquiries from passersby. more
Desert Garden United Church of Christ, 18818 N. 128th Ave., Sun City West, has established a weekly drive-thru food drive. “Because of increased unemployment the Valley View Food … more
The story of the missing fire hydrants between Grand and Peoria avenues was told in previous issues. Yet another of the long-forgotten stories of Sun City involved a second missing utility — streetlights. more
AARP Historic Chapter No. 1 swore in Glenn Stark as a member of the board of directors and the chapter’s first Sergeant-at-Arms at their monthly board meeting. Besides being a member of AARP … more
Koelsch Communities, such as The Park at Surprise Independent Living Community, 14630 W. Parkwood Dr., Surprise, is offering online expert-led events free for West Valley seniors during … more
There’s a program available for seniors to give back to the community, whether it’s serving the young or senior group. more
    Next Game and Fish meeting to take place telephonically To ensure the safety of customers and staff, the next meeting of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission will be conducted … more
Sun City clubs, both Recreation Centers of Sun City chartered and independent, are finding ways to adjust to facility closures and self-quarantines. more
As part of broader crisis response strategies, Arizona arts funders and service organizations have set up a collaborative fund to provide emergency relief grants of $500-$1,500 to artists and arts … more
Many churches, synagogues and temples have suspended worship services to comply with recommendations for slowing the spread of COVID-19. And although worship services may be on hiatus, congregations … more
Barbara Kessler is the SilverStones Club’s featured artist for March. She makes necklaces, bracelets and earrings. Ms. Kessler starts with a spool of wire and makes her own jump rings of … more
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