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Recently, more than 100 community newspapers from around the country gathered together in Las Vegas for the annual Association of Free Community Publications (AFCP) industry conference and “Be…

Nobody really knows exactly what to expect when they go to The Lavatory’s museum and ball pit. No Instagram post or Yelp review can prepare one for the reality of the place. The Lavatory, whic…

When I think of July, what immediately pops into my head is fireworks, the smell of burgers on the grill and wiping the sand from my feet after dipping my toes in the ocean. I have spent the b…

Marshall Shore, otherwise known as “The Hip Historian,” has made it his life’s work to bring the history of Arizona to people in a way that keeps them engaged, interested and coming back for more.

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Walking outside in July, it feels like the sun is trying to smite you out of existence. You turn three shades redder if you haven’t already put on sunscreen. You want to leave the confines of …

When you step through the door of Oh One Eight Coffee, you’ll notice the origami butterflies, the brightly colored walls and the comfy seating arrangement at the front. This is the vision of L…

The world is growing at a rapid pace. According to the U.N.’s most recent estimate, 50 percent of the world’s 7.7 billion residents live in cities today, with that number expected to increase …

When thinking of long-standing competitive sports, fencing probably isn’t the first one to come to mind. However, the sport of fencing has been around since the 18th century. The sabre-only va…

From Pre-K to junior year, Scott Ledyard’s educators watched him grow into the talented, hardworking person he is today. And every one of them came together to congratulate him for his latest …

How many people can say they’ve traveled to Haiti to help provide citizens with clean water? Or to Nicaragua to build a school garden, or taught algebra to kids in Ecuador? These may seem like…

Back-to-school time is coming up, which means there’s an opportunity to support the numerous neighborhood organizations that provide students with clothing, food and school supplies so that ev…