SUSD parent alleges curriculum lacks substance, teaches activism instead

A Scottsdale Unified School District parent alleges the educational entity’s curriculum focuses mainly on activism instead of educational [...] Continue Reading →

Raider of the lost art: Murian collects, sells antique books

Alcuin Books owner, Richard Murian, whose 81st birthday was Sept. 17, is like an Indiana Jones character in the famed movie series. Much like [...] Continue Reading →

Voila French Bistro celebrates owners’ 3-year anniversary in Scottsdale

As the Voila French Bistro owner celebrates the restaurant’s three-year anniversary, so marks the “trois ans” of his family’s U.S. arrival. Three [...] Continue Reading →

Going green: Scottsdale stylist explains recycling salon waste

Twenty-five-year-old Melina Lombardi is a cut above others when it comes to going green at her family hair salon. The manager of Hair by Michelle [...] Continue Reading →

U.S. Egg scrambles 5 Scottsdale DiLorenzo sisters as servers

U.S. Egg Breakfast & Lunch Restaurant has scrambled up five Scottsdale sisters who are all they’re cracked up to be and more. From studying [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves construction of Scottsdale Fire Station 616

Scottsdale City Council has approved a measure allowing for the construction of Fire Station No. 616 at 10905 E. Loving Tree Lane. During an Aug. [...] Continue Reading →

Coffee cafe business brewing at Scottsdale Civic Center Library

Business will be brewing in the Scottsdale Civic Center Library with a coffee cafe approved to come. During a recent Scottsdale City Council [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Sister Cities Association gets four-year, $60K contract

Scottsdale City Council awards a four-year contract totaling $60,000 to The Scottsdale Sister Cities Association. An annual fee of $15,000 for [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale native Elexes Richardson is crowned Miss. Twin Peaks

Elexes Richardson, a Twin Peaks server at the Scottsdale location, was recently crowned a representative of the local restaurant and national [...] Continue Reading →

Pima Dynamite Trailhead master plan gains Scottsdale City Hall approval

Criteria has been met for a Municipal Use Master Site Plan meant to devise an access trailhead area for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →