Stephen Webster’s designs marry traditional craftsmanship, innovation, fair trade and a decidedly rebellious rock ’n’ roll spirit.
Phoenix Art Museum’s new director, Jeremy Mikolajczak, wants everyone to experience the magic of museums.
Co-facilitated by Dana Rakinic and Jan Kruse, Literate Foodies meets the first Monday of each month at Desert Foothills Library to discuss topics at the intersection of food and literature.
Jim Sherbert presents a monthly lecture series at Holland Community Center featuring a broad spectrum of Americana topics — from sports, banking and politics to Native American culture, the supreme court and wars.
Luxury jewelry designer Katherine Jetter’s colorful, eye-catching designs combine premier quality precious stones and specialty gold finishes.
Matt and Amanda Kimes have found a sweet spot of flair and functionality with their Kimes Ranch brand –– designed in Arizona and emblematic of an American West spirit that’s alive and well.
Making Nayon Iovino a resident choreographer, Ballet Arizona has essentially put its trust in the dancer to continue creating artistic works for the company for years to come.
Although the Miss Arizona USA crown implies a particular prestige, Cassidy Jo Jacks does not consider herself to be anything other than the girl next door.
Opening Genesis Fitness, Anthem resident Dawnylle Kohl is using her affection for fitness to inspire others to develop grit so that they can conquer anything and everything that life throws at them and live their very best lives.
Set for Saturday, June 4 at the Holland Center, the Desert Foothills Book Festival is a new free event conceived by a small group of local authors who desired to connect personally with book lovers and to promote an appreciation of reading and the literary arts.