Sonora Quest is out for blood in pursuit of colorectal cancer eradication

Numbers show various forms of colorectal cancer are on the rise in Americans, and data illustrates those younger than 50 years old being [...] Continue Reading →

Vision of a sustainable WestWorld operation emerges at Scottsdale City Hall

A formal evaluation of business practices, leadership and approach to management at WestWorld of Scottsdale is beginning to percolate in an [...] Continue Reading →

Thornton: Independent Newsmedia pursues public record initiative

There are some truths that continue to be self-evident and in the 21st Century there is one I hold dear: Journalism is the practice of publishing [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros help fuel effort to bridge gap of local generations

By the year 2060 the amount of Americans who are at least 65 years old will double to a staggering 98 million people, translating into nearly 25 [...] Continue Reading →

Issues & Experts series offers insight into future of Old Town Scottsdale Arts District

In Detroit they build cars and in Pittsburgh they manufacture steel, but in The West’s Most Western Town they make, cultivate and appreciate art. [...] Continue Reading →

Horseback: Scottsdale Hunkapi Programs offer new views for those in need

Sometimes the best medicine is a change of perspective — and the first time a novice rider is in rhythm with a thoroughbred in full gallop [...] Continue Reading →

Q&A: Sharon Cini talks Scottsdale Human Relations role in LGBT equality efforts

Despite efforts for a statewide law protecting the civil rights of the members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in [...] Continue Reading →

A case for all: The municipal pursuit of statewide LGBT equality

“We’re open for business!” is the message elected leaders of Arizona want to be sending to people of all walks of life, but not all decision [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Artists’ School outreach effort shares power of creativity for all to experience

The practice and ability to expound artistic expression is something everyone possesses — but oftentimes victims of circumstance don’t get [...] Continue Reading →

Coronado Community Carnival offers celebration of place in cinematic history

In the spring of 1988 high school student Mark Smith was ushered out of the auditorium at Coronado High School to make way for the production of [...] Continue Reading →