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With the polo season ramping up and the Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships returning to WestWorld of Scottsdale on Saturday, Nov. 5, the Arizona Polo Club is launching its new Scottsdale Polo Academy starting Thursday, Sept. 29.
With the official end of summer just around the corner, Anthem Cares through Service (ACTS) isn’t wasting any time preparing for its second Festival of Trees holiday fundraising event, scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 17, to Saturday, Nov. 19.
Let me introduce you to Bruno, if you don’t know him. In the movie “Encanto,” Bruno is the uncle in a family who no one in his family talks about.
Returning to the Musical Instrument Museum Saturday, Oct. 1, and Sunday, Oct. 2, Suzanne Vega was moved by previous visits.
It’s been nearly three years since the famed legato-style guitarist Joe Satriani has treated fans to a major tour.
Before Lollapalooza became the Chicago juggernaut, it was a touring summer camp of sorts with some of alt rock/hip-hop/rap’s hottest bands.
As a climate change activist and mental health advocate, Arizona State University graduate Saiarchana Darira studies the effects of global warming not just on the environment but on the well-being of people worldwide.
I enjoy playing golf. Actually, if I think about it, I don’t enjoy it. I tolerate it. Or maybe golf tolerates me.
The Musical Theatre of Anthem is hosting auditions for the Sci-Fi musical “Be More Chill” for ages 14 to 18 Saturday, Oct. 1 and Sunday, Oct. 2.
Every once and a while, you meet someone special. Such was the case a few months ago when I received an email from a reader of the Foothills Focus. His name is Paul Fredericks, the Pastor of Heritage Bible Church in Phoenix.
Anyone who has ever been to the doctor and diagnosed with some kind of ailment — cold, flu, COVID, infection — has undoubtedly been told to make sure they drink lots of fluids. Water isn’t some kind of universal cure, but its benefits go far beyond what most people realize, according to Tayl…
Besides having more humidity than I remember, this summer sure has been windy. Mom and dad would just get the pool clean, and the winds would kick up, blowing stuff back in the pool. Wind makes me go crazy. I get all wild and must run because of the sensory overload coming into my nose. Woof!
Take a free class to learn how to make ceramic bowls and help the community’s foodbank efforts for the annual 2022 Empty Bowls big heARTs fundraising event Friday, Oct. 14, organized by Foothills Food Bank and Sonoran Arts League.
Desert Veterans started as an idea between two colleagues who saw a way to fill a need. Also known as Desert Dogs, the concept was simple — people need to get rid of their junk and veterans who have a hard time adjusting need work. Why not put them together?
Let me introduce you to a couple you may have heard about from your Sunday school days. The couple was once the king and queen of Israel. Their names were Ahab and Jezebel.