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  • Health Benefits of Kombucha

    Though kombucha didn’t appear on the shelves of U.S. health food stores until the 1990s, humans have been swilling the fermented tea for more than 2,000 years. Legend holds that this mystical brew was first consumed by Emperor Qin Shi Huang in ancient China, one of the first civilizations to recognize the health benefits of kombucha. … Continue reading

  • 8 Arizona Breweries You Should Visit

    Beer enthusiasts around the Grand Canyon state would agree that over the last half decade, Arizona breweries have grown exponentially. Phoenix and Tucson, in particular, have exploded their numbers of craft breweries, as Arizona residents have fallen hard for beer from small and independent brewers.

    In Tucson alone, seven new breweries opened up in 2016 and … Continue reading

  • ASU Pop-Up Event on AI

    ASU will host a pop up-up event on April 6 to feature short talks on the implications of artificial intelligence in health.

    According to the director of Health Innovation Programs at Arizona State University’s College of Nursing and Health Innovation, the integration of artificial intelligence into health care is inevitable.

    “AI has been around for quite a … Continue reading

  • Opening Day 2018

    The day we’ve all been waiting for is finally here – opening day of 2018 major league baseball! Our Arizona Diamondbacks are hosting the Colorado Rockies in their first regular-season game on March 29th, and the game and celebration will be a great one.

    The D-backs announced their full list of scheduled festivities, ceremonies and giveaways … Continue reading

  • Arizona Bucket List

    Arizona is full of cool things to see and do, with everything from sweeping vistas to scenic hikes, funky artists colonies to relaxing resorts, historical monuments to only-in-Arizona museums. Below are the must-do items to add to your bucket list when traveling to Arizona.

    Grand Canyon
    The Grand Canyon yawns across a remote part of Arizona roughly 80 miles from the … Continue reading

  • March Madness Begins March 11th

    Now that it’s March, the madness can begin.

    The annual basketball tournament begins with Selection Sunday on March 11th, when the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Committee reveals which 68 teams have made the field for that year’s basketball championships. In addition to the selection, the 2018 NCAA March Madness Selection Show, televised on TBS at … Continue reading

  • Hayden’s Ferry Days, March 2 – 4

    Hayden’s Ferry Days is what it has come to be called — honoring one of our community’s first businesses. Introduced in 1971 for Tempe’s centennial year, it proved to be a wildly popular six-month celebration of our city’s heritage and history.
    In 2016, Peggy Bryant, Tempe Historical Society member and former Tempe Daily News reporter and editor who worked … Continue reading

  • Girl Scout Cookie Dessert Challenge

    They are as much of an American tradition as apple pie – Samoas, Thin Mints and the chocolate-coated, peanut butter-filled Tagalongs. Girl Scout cookies, around over 100 years, have become the must-have dessert this season.
    In Arizona, chefs are reimagining the traditional Girl Scout cookies – and whipping up their own versions of the timeless classics. #DessertChallenge was … Continue reading

  • Spring Training Soon to Begin

    Athletes and coaches are already making their way to Arizona to get a head start on spring training. Games officially begin February 23rd across different stadiums in the Valley, so there is no shortage of baseball for the next few weeks.
    Members of the Cactus League include:
    Arizona Diamondbacks

    Chicago Cubs

    Chicago White Sox

    Cincinnati Reds

    Cleveland Indians

    Colorado Rockies

    Kansas City Royals

    Los … Continue reading