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The Governor’s Office today released additional guidance on essential services and recreational activities. “During these unprecedented times, providing clarity for small businesses and employers is an important measure to ensure we protect our citizens, slow the spread of COVID-19, and protect this critical part of our economy,” said Gov. Doug Ducey. “As guidance from public […]

By Kathryn M. Miller ~ It’s August, which means back to school for many families and the end of summer travel for others. But back to reality doesn’t have to mean an end to summer fun, especially for those lucky enough to call the Valley home — there are months of warm weather ahead and […]

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By Maria Grazia Swan – Travel is one of my favorite ways to escape. Lately, I’ve been more safety conscious about traveling alone and have adjusted my habits accordingly. There are still fun places that, with planning, can be safe to visit solo. Las Vegas, for one. Choose a centrally located hotel on the strip […]

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By Melanie Tighe – Are manners dead? Is etiquette only for old folks? “NO!” says local author, David Rothschild with his newest book, EatiQuettes The Main Course on Dining Etiquette. Rothchild’s books and presentations have helped teens and adults feel more confident while dining at buffets or the finest restaurants in Phoenix. His previous book, The […]