This month, some of the greatest Christmas chronicles of all time will take the stage in Arizona.
On Saturday, Dec. 9, Jeep and utility terrain vehicle enthusiasts in Anthem will embark on their seventh annual holiday light cruise through the community.
Here in our little corner of the Valley, we are blessed with a plethora of independently owned restaurants and the proprietors share their own family traditions and recipes with valued customers.
Anthem native Mimi Hymel founded Comfort Bears in a Catastrophe out of her own experience with tragedy. When she was just 3 years old, her family’s home was ravaged by the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina.
Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Amber Cargile has a long history of volunteer service with the Anthem Veterans Memorial, serving as protocol advisor during its inaugural Veterans Day ceremony in 2011 and assisting with script research as well as ensuring the flawless lead-up to its 11:11 a.m. solar spotlight ever since.
Following a Nov. 16 dinner that features live and silent auctions, Anthem Cares Through Service will host its second annual Festival of Trees Nov. 17–19 at Outlets at Anthem.
With Halloween right around the corner, performing arts organizations around the Valley are pulling out all of the stops to serve up spooky spectacles to Arizona audiences, proving that this ancient form of storytelling is still very much alive — or, shall I say, undead.
Proudly celebrating its 20th season, ProMusica Arizona — comprised of nearly 100 singers and instrumentalists ranging in age from mid-teens to early-80s — has performed more than 275 times for more than 134,000 people in venues across Arizona.
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.
Anthem will host its 22nd annual Independence Day celebration Sunday, July 3, which will feature a grand fireworks display.