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  • Traditions: faith, family and football on Sundays

    If there were any day of the week ripe to be ritualized, it’s Sunday, a day where people gather for family, faith, and if it’s the season, football. Even in this day in age where you can get a whole tailgate party delivered to your door in an hour, there are some companies who remain […]
  • Top 5 scenic drives in Arizona

    You may have heard about the Pacific Coast Highway, but Arizona offers more rugged beauty. From stunning saguaros to gorgeous vistas, there’s something for everyone to appreciate. Road trips are always much more fun when you have the right vehicle for the trip to experience the best of the Sonoran Desert with these five routes […]
  • Bocce ball and basketball: How you can help Arizona’s Special Olympics athletes

    In any athletic endeavor, there is physical risk. During Special Olympics events, the most prevalent physical ailments are people with lumps in their throats, tears on their cheeks and hearts that want to burst. Emotions will run high Feb. 17 at the Law Enforcement Torch Run Guardian Games at Westgate Entertainment District. In a first-of-its-kind event, unified teams of […]
  • Operation Santa Claus needs holiday help

    Christmas is the season for children and generosity. Those two things achieve perfect harmony each year in Operation Santa Claus. Now in its 15th year, the annual holiday drive has collected over 75 tons of food, 65,000 toys for children and thousands of monetary donations for local charities. In 2015, the value of donations exceeded […]
  • 6 reasons the Cardinals are driven to win the Super Bowl

    Coming into the 2016 season, the Arizona Cardinals are one of the favorites to be playing in February, at least based on the preseason power rankings of Sports Illustrated writer Chris Burke. He writes, “For the Cardinals … any finish other than one that has them lifting the Vince Lombardi Trophy would be a significant letdown. They […]
  • Celebrating Fourth of July is much cooler in these AZ towns

    Since the Fourth of July falls on a Monday this year, many Phoenician’s will use the long weekend to get away someplace cool. Before you hit the road to get out of the heat, take a look at weatherspark.com for some average summer temps. If you still can’t decide where to go, here’s a roundup […]
  • 3 Arizona road trips and the vehicles to get you there

    Across America, and perhaps throughout the globe, Arizona is known for expansive vistas and scenic byways. Taking some time to travel some of the state’s backcountry roadways is just the thing to escape from the upcoming triple-digit weather. If you simply can’t wait for adventure, here are some great places to visit and explore in Arizona. […]