Here’s To Health

With the New Year now upon us, it seems like we have instantly gone from the carefree indulgences of the December holidays to the urgency of having to set resolutions, most of which center on leading a healthier lifestyle. But what really defines health? When prompted with the phrase “Health Is…” one could indeed come up with a vast array…

Healthy Spirits

For most of us celebrating the New Year, it may result in a hangover the next day or multiple yawns. But for approximately 45 million Americans it could lead to debilitating headaches and missed work days that result in 13 billion dollars of lost wages to their employers each year. Most have tried home remedies and prescription medicine to rid…

Drive the Dream

Each year, more than 3.6 million referrals are made to child protection agencies nationwide, involving more than 6.6 million children, according to statistics from Childhelp— the nation’s oldest and largest nonprofit advocating for abused and neglected children.

Lifestyle Publications “Meet and Eat” Event

RA Sushi graciously hosted both North Scottsdale Lifestyle and Paradise Valley Lifestyle magazine's "Meet and Eat "at their new location on N. Scottsdale Rd. Guests indulged in delicious food on the spacious patio as they enjoyed conversation and making new connections.

St. Jude’s “A Night to Remember” Soiree

Paradise Valley resident Dusyhant Gandhi opened his beautiful home for "A Night to Remember" benefiting St. Jude's Research Hospital. The event included a Silent Auction. A special Thanks for all local Business and Private Donors that made this Event a tremendous success. Robert Keegan Photography

Valley of the Sun JCC Gala

More than 750 guests flocked to the Arizona Biltmore for this heartfelt gala honoring Bill Levine, who spoke from his heart while accepting the recognition by touching on the most important thing to him, his family. Sandra Tenuto Photography

14th Annual Heroes Patriotic Luncheon

This most patriotic luncheon hosted by the Veterans Medical Leadership Council (VMLC) at the Arizona Biltmore honored our Veterans and military personnel for their dedicated service to our country during a truly humbling ceremony. Bill Pedene Photography

January 2017 Around Town

Plans are currently in the works for Ballet Arizona’s Dance With Me Gala. The event is one of the nonprofit’s largest fundraisers of the season and is dedicated to raising money for Ballet Arizona education and community outreach programs. Themed as Dance With Me, the night will include performances from Ballet Arizona. Artistic Director, Ib Andersen, and School of Ballet…

Getting to Know Mallory Buxton, RN, BSN of Solos- Concierge Home Care

Will you tell a little about your background and how you got into the nursing field? I grew up on a farm in South Dakota; my father is a third generation farmer. Being the oldest of three girls, responsibility came naturally to me. I loved the sciences in school, so the medical field was a logical progression for me. My…

Finding Inner Strength

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get into shape, Scottsdale’s Pulse Fitness is here to help. From getting enough sleep to not buying processed food, here are some key tips for leading a healthier lifestyle from Fitness Director at personal training studio Pulse Fitness, Brent Moore, that will last you into 2017 and beyond.

Fighting For a Cure

It’s not something you often hear about on T.V. or read in the news, and it rarely comes up in conversations. It’s not something you really even think about, and it’s certainly not something you ever expect to face. Yet it’s still there; and can come on in swift, silent and unexpected ways.

Getting Healthy With HYPOXI

Valley residents searching for a new exercise method to kick off the new year with will find exactly what they’re looking for in HYPOXI. HYPOXI is a unique training method that was founded in 1997 by a sports scientist in Austria, and has since expanded into more than 50 countries. The first Arizona location opened in 2015, in Scottsdale. Another…

Salt and Serenity

While traveling up the winding highway leading to Sedona one will inevitably pass the small, quaint Village of Oak Creek. Here, popping out of the picturesque red rocks, lies a brightly-colored shopping center with storefronts in vivid hues of natural green, tan, red and orange housing a mix of eclectic, locally owned stores and restaurants. The Collective Sedona, as it’s…