GiGi’s Playhouse offers career development, cafe internship opportunity

GiGi’s Playhouse marked the grand opening of its new career development program with adults for Down syndrome, GiGi U and GiGi Studio Cafe, on [...] Continue Reading →

Colliers adds experienced real estate trio to Phoenix office

Colliers International in Phoenix has expanded by adding three employees with experience in real estate within the industrial, office and retail [...] Continue Reading →

Mailloux: Kierland projects raise questions over direction of development

I write in response to your article in the Scottsdale Independent concerning property development in the Kierland area, which is one of Phoenix’s [...] Continue Reading →

Valley women business owners invited to apply for mentoring program

The Phoenix chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners provides a business mentoring program that is designed and facilitated [...] Continue Reading →

Police: personal vendetta appears to be motive of Scottsdale killing spree

Six murders that occurred in the areas of Scottsdale, Phoenix and Fountain Hills are believed to be connected, police officials announced on June [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona Theatre Company re-imagines ‘Man of La Mancha’

Arizona Theatre Company brings a re-imagined “Man of La Mancha” to Phoenix, taking inspiration from the spontaneous, raw theatricality of [...] Continue Reading →

50th anniversary: New dorm to assist more youth at Devereux

In 1967, the Richard L. Raskin family donated 10 acres of land in the heart of Scottsdale to Devereux to help youth with emotional, behavioral [...] Continue Reading →

Duet: Partners in Health & Aging welcomes new board members

Duet: Partners In Health & Aging, a Phoenix area nonprofit that promotes health and well-being through vitally needed services to homebound [...] Continue Reading →

Over the Edge event rappels 27 stories at Phoenix’s CityScape

The Over the Edge event for Special Olympics Arizona literally takes fundraising for athletes to new heights. The annual benefit, scheduled from [...] Continue Reading →

School board approves exterior Hopi Elementary aesthetics

Something as minuscule as a four-inch red brick catapulted the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board into a lengthy conversation [...] Continue Reading →