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Labor Day 2016

Here we go again! Revving up to celebrate another holiday most Americans know little to nothing about, but hey, a day’s break from labor? I’m in! Labor Day was actually declared a national holiday in 1894 after President Grover Cleveland failed to break up a massive railroad strike led by the American Railroad Union’s Eugene…

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The Power of Science

Science. What does this word bring to your mind?  Maybe you think of test tubes and lab coats.  Maybe you imagine Albert Einstein and other brilliant, if eccentric individuals.  You see the double-helix from DNA, electrons clouding around a nucleus, microscopes showing organisms that are otherwise an invisible mystery. Amy Albritton’s life was dismantled by…

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Can you TASTE it?

Our office is very proud to be taking part in the Executive Council Charities’ annual “The Original Taste” event taking place on Saturday, April 23, 2016, at the Scottsdale Waterfront.  Good food, good wine, and a great cause sound like our idea of a wonderful evening! For those unfamiliar with the work of the Executive…

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Let’s Get Culinary!

If you’ve lived in the Valley for any length of time, you’ve probably discovered that Arizona has some incredible restaurants. From the best pizza in the world to savory Swedish and Ethiopian dishes to perfectly balanced cocktails, there are so many dishes to taste that we have two restaurant weeks every year. But this weekend…

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Arizona!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Arizona!  Whether you’re thinking of checking out the last night of the Pot of Gold music festival in Tempe, heading to Kelly’s At SouthBridge in Scottsdale or visiting a classic pub like Rosie McCaffrey’s, we wish luck of the Irish to everyone! Thinking of sharing a pitcher of green beer with some friends this evening?  You…