Month: January 2018

Late Night Catechism: Lend a Hand and Share the Laughs

February 10, our community will have another opportunity to lend a hand. An off-Broadway showing of “Late Nite Catechism” will be held in the ballroom at Anthem Golf and Country Club’s Ironwood Clubhouse to benefit Austin Cuaderno, a 24-year-old ASU senior pursuing his degree in health sciences.

Michael P. Johnson: True to the Trade

Michael P. Johnson has presence. It’s not the fact that his 6-foot, 4-inch frame makes him tower over most of his friends or his distinct mane of long white hair that makes him stand out in a room; Johnson has a distinctive energy about him that isn’t seen so much as it is felt.

Citrus Cilantro Chicken

This one pan chicken dish is refreshing and full of flavor. I love how the sauce bakes with the chicken and becomes a sticky glaze. It’s a yummy, quick dish for any night of the week!

Birds of a Feather

Ask any tourist what brought them to Arizona, and you’ll likely hear something about the more obvious attractions: the Grand Canyon, the weather, and spring training et al. Anyone living in the desert knows, though, that it’s the unassuming things that make Arizona special.

Take a Ride Through History on the Foothills Trolley

The towns of Cave Creek and Carefree have come up with a great solution for making their unique contributions of food, shopping and fun accessible to visitors and locals alike. Their latest effort, the Foothills Trolley, is a free way to traverse some of the towns’ most popular spots and scenic views, and it’s a nod to Phoenix history to boot.

Mini Chocolate Brownie Skillets

When that craving hits for something chocolate-y, whip up these guilt-free skillets in a matter of minutes to satisfy that sweet tooth. I love this recipe because it is gluten- and refined sugar-free, which makes it easier to keep your resolutions of eating healthy for the new year!

The Dynamic Dancing Duo

Hardly a little girl alive in the 1960s didn’t dream of dancing and singing like Chita Rivera. The tiny, dark-haired dynamite had a high-energy sass about her that captured the imagination of America at a time when dance was becoming a popular language of its own.

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