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The Arizona Sunrays kicked off its Balance Program Aug. 3. The program is geared toward assisting parents with student care needs during the school year, and runs Monday through Friday, 7:30am–5:30pm for grades K–10. The company says that the program will run for as long as needed to accommodate families while virtual school learning is […]

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Cave Creek Olive Oil Company will celebrate its four-year anniversary by offering customers a 20 percent discount on all products (except beauty) along with champagne, cake and punch. The anniversary event will be held Saturday, June 23, from 10am–5:30pm. “Balsamic vinegars and olive oils are heart-healthy foods,” says owner Martha Bates. “Balsamic vinegars help to […]

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A common theme in American democracy is the threat to move to Canada if candidate A, B or C gets elected. Now “Maple Match” wants to rescue you from Trump: “Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them from the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency.” This […]

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz – Memories. Thoughts of the past. Ideas from former actions. Drifting into the ether of yesterdays, composed of memories, recollections. We build on the past. We formulate today on the basis of yesterday, to make a new tomorrow. Each chapter of our book follows a previous page. Every tomorrow has […]

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By Kathryn M. Miller ~ Wednesday, April 9, is a day for raising awareness…and a day for raising funds. The Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits (Alliance) and Arizona Grantmakers Forum have announced the return of Arizona’s statewide day of giving – Arizona Gives Day 2014. “After seeing the success of this event last year, we are […]

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz – The light of a candle is serviceable only when it precedes one on the way, useless when it trails behind. – Bahya ben Asher How often we search for something to brighten our way; to make living more comfortable; to assist us in reaching our goals. And where do […]

By Rabbi Robert L. Kravitz – “It hurts.” “I’m sad.” “Where is God while I’m in trouble?” Familiar sentiments? Familiar question? For these there are no easy answers, but there are answers. Many of us find times troubling; familial issues overpowering; personal problems huge. So what do we do? Some will try to use over-the-counter […]