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  • 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 […]
  • The guide to Arizona Beer Week around the state

    Whether you’re an Arizona local or just visiting for the winter months, stop by Arizona Beer Week for an event that tastes great. 2017 promises an interactive week of events with more variety, fun and food than ever before. Below are some highlighted events to enjoy, no matter where you are across the state: Northern Arizona Those […]
  • Tips on building the best wine room in Arizona

    A cool, relaxing space to forget about worldly cares could be considered a necessity in this day in age. An in-home wine room not only serves as storage for a growing collection, but a sacred retreat for lovers of the vine. “Opening an easy-drinking red is as close to heaven as some of us get […]
  • Avoid the nightmare: 6 tips to choose a great contractor

    It’s the start of a new year and spring is just around the corner. It’s also a time many people choose to launch home improvement projects. One of the biggest challenges for homeowners planning a project is choosing a reliable, reputable contractor. To make the process easier, many turn to review and rating sites like […]
  • Breast cancer: Improved testing and treatments means more survivors

    Despite ongoing efforts to find a cure, it is estimated over 300,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. Receiving a cancer diagnosis is never welcome news. Fortunately, even with the number of breast cancer patients on the rise, the number of survivors are also rising, giving hope to women everywhere. In fact, […]
  • Best and worst of Super Bowl commercials

    Every year America sits down to watch the Super Bowl, but some people aren’t in it for the football. Super Bowl commercials have been something to look forward to for years, as advertisers do their darndest to promote their brands in a catchy or meaningful way. Here are some of the most memorable Super Bowl […]
  • Failed back surgery: New hope for patients living in pain

    Severe lower back pain is one of the most common ailments reported by adults in the U.S. According to a survey by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 25 percent of respondents reported experiencing back pain in the prior three months. Many patients suffering from chronic back pain turn to surgery for […]
  • Ticking time bombs: Telltale signs your water heater is about to explode

    No matter where you live in the U.S., there is a good chance your neighborhood is full of potential ticking time bombs. There might even be one in your home. No one has been invaded or infiltrated. The potential explosive devices were installed with the blessings of the homeowners. Last year, we wrote an article about […]
  • Reading glasses could be a thing of the past

    There’s something magical about immersing yourself in a piece of carefully crafted literature. A great story can take you on a vacation of the mind and is often overlooked as one of the cheapest forms of entertainment. Unfortunately, for many readers, this joy has been tainted by vision loss caused by aging eyes, also known […]
  • 6 cool ways teachers are using technology in the classroom

    It wasn’t long ago that the only high-tech equipment in most school classrooms consisted of an overhead projector and a television and DVD player. Today, there are technological teaching tools unimaginable just a decade ago, however, adoption of technology is frequently hampered by the lack of financial resources. CenturyLink is trying to change that by […]