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  • 3 essentials for outdoor grilling in Arizona

    Every season is grilling season in Arizona, so take advantage of the cooler weather by hosting an outdoor barbecue for the upcoming game or to liven up your next family dinner.
  • Play Santa Claus this season to help local charities

    The holidays are a time when thoughts may turn to helping others, so what better way is there to start the season than by playing Santa Claus?
  • It’s time to stand up to bullying

    A lot of us grew up in a time when bullying, already common in schools and on playgrounds, was thought to be “kids being kids.” Victims were expected to deal with it and “toughen up.” A lot of us also grew up without the presence of social media, a medium that keeps kids connected to each other at all times of the day. As adults, our perspective and knowledge of bullying may not be in line with today’s reality.
  • 7 ways to update your outdoor living space

    In Arizona’s year-round warm weather, the design of your yard can mean the difference between avoiding going outside and enjoying all the seasons in a space you love.
  • See 20/20 in 2020 with new technologies in eye care

    Vision problems affect more than 12 million people nationwide, and that number is expected to double by 2050 as baby boomers develop age-related vision problems like cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration, according to research in JAMA Ophthalmology journal.
  • Greg Hague Get Smart Real Estate Show

    Downloads L4X Training System 72SOLD Homeseller Brochure
  • Dos and don’ts of refinishing furniture

    It’s satisfying to take an old piece of furniture and turn it into a work of art you can enjoy for years to come. There will always be more chores to do, but a refinishing project gives you something you can be proud of accomplishing — and show to every visitor to your home.
  • 9/11: Remembering and paying tribute

    Every year in September, the collective memory of the nation turns to thoughts of what happened on that fateful Tuesday morning in 2001 when nearly 3,000 lives were lost and the country was changed forever.
  • Fly internationally and help Sky Harbor get additional air service

    Phoenix Sky Harbor served almost 45 million passengers last year, making it one of the top 50 busiest airports in the world, according to Airports Council International.
  • How local businesses support a children’s hospital

    The difference between a local business and a large corporation often comes down to community engagement. Nowhere is that clearer than in the way Arizona businesses support worthy causes.