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As they continue to struggle the impact of the pandemic, restaurant owners are grappling with an unexpected obstacle: finding workers.
Steve Alfonsi is on a mission to assure dignity and respect for individuals and families needing care at home, those facing illness, and bringing comfort at the end of life.
When the pandemic shuttered businesses and pushed people to pursue more socially distanced outdoor activities, few benefited more than golf courses — including Troon North Golf Club and Troon Country Club in Scottsdale.
In the male-dominated world of marijuana retail, a group of women is cultivating a more inclusive, more welcoming environment for female consumers interested in working with weed.
When the pandemic forced Sue Hagan to briefly close her LeBouquet Florist & Boutique in northern Scottsdale, she couldn’t stop thinking of the people that COVID-19 left isolated.
Kitchen 18 is serving up Mediterranean and Chinese cuisine true kosher.
Scottsdale-based Innonix Technologies has unveiled the first FDA-cleared anti-viral mask for children.
Ann Barker had a “fantastic” career in corporate events and marketing. The COVID-19 pandemic changed all of that.
My Popcorn Kitchen was a career change for Kim Brush and her husband, who started the North Scottsdale business nine years ago.
A Scottsdale company has created a timely app that can verify the user has had a COVID-19 vaccination.
Arizonans who find themselves out of work through no fault of their own could get their first increase in benefits in 17 years.
No glove rentals. Smaller classes. Temperature checks. Hand sanitizing stations. Face masks.
Andrew Bloom, CEO, senior partner and co-founder of BVO Luxury Group at Keller Williams Arizona Realty, has surpassed $1 billion in closed residential real estate deals.
Architect Mark Candelaria, AIA, recently reminisced on his early career with a visit to Casa Blanca, one of his first projects in Scottsdale.
Scottsdale Airpark-based Cereset uses a noninvasive process to reset and rebalance the brain so it can operate at its fullest abilities.
Cybersecurity expert and former FBI agent Michael McAndrews has three loves in his life – malware, motorcycles and music.
According to a 2017 study, the healthcare industry incurs a $150 billion loss each year due to canceled and missed appointments.
Scottsdale-headquartered ROLFS has developed a new, “revolutionary” higher-education program for beauty professionals.
Former racecar driver Danica Patrick acknowledges that her reasons for offering rosé wine aren’t necessarily classy or politically correct, but they’re true.
Ginger Panico is doing everything she can to protect women from getting breast cancer, which claimed the life of her mother at age 38.
When Jennifer Lyons moved to Scottsdale two years ago, she observed one highly sought-after need among her neighbors, especially among those who owned second homes: personalized, reliable services, like home watching and pet sitting.
Nearly 100 years ago, Roy Franklin discovered a tree sprouting in a Phoenix yard and knew it was something special.
Mary Hampton’s Scottsdale Airpark office of Hook & Hunt is unassuming.
Round up the kids and hop in the car: it’s time to hit the road and embark on a holiday lights tour through the city.
By day, longtime Scottsdale residents and husband-wife team Bryn and Andrew DeFusco work together as the partners and attorneys at DeFusco Law, which they founded in 2015.
A new planned private residential community broke ground in Scottsdale last month in a unique way.
Glassblower Newt Grover has one mission: to share his work with the world.
Tanya Shively was inspired to be an interior designer by Mother Nature.
Remedy Salon & Spa co-owner Michelle Keoghan won’t soon forget the day she locked the doors to her salon on April 4, as ordered by Gov. Doug Ducey to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
After Deena Goldstein’s late father fell following lung surgery, she and her husband Sandy, a physical therapist, started MEASURAbilities Home Safety in 2013 to help create safer home environments.
A little less than one year ago, Scottsdale became home to a film distribution company, Cloudburst Entertainment.
As an increasing number of pickleball players swarm the tennis courts this fall, a Scottsdale-based vitamin and supplement company has introduced a new product to help players combat dehydration and cramps.
Teaching kids to swim is something that Arizona parents take seriously – but finding a certified instructor who can work with little kids in a pool safely might be a challenge.
Kristi Morrow likens her job as a financial adviser to a puzzle.
A major bourbon whiskey manufacturer wants the U.S. Supreme Court to stop an Arizona firm from producing a dog toy that the company’s attorneys say associates its “image of sophistication’’ with “juvenile bathroom humor.’’
As partners in business as well as life, Yani and Jodi Deros have been the parents of invention.
There have been times since they moved here from France that the owners of Merci in Scottsdale needed a little mercy.
Old Town’s first new hotel in over a decade has finally opened its doors.
Scottsdale is getting its own Dark Sky Zone resort this fall.
Music venues may be closed, but one Scottsdale engineer and producer is providing a virtual outlet for local musicians and fans to get a live music fix.
Shoppers may not be keen to rummage through racks at secondhand stores for clothing, but used furniture sales and consignments are going through the roof.
With a 30-page resume enumerating 57 years of teaching at four universities, over 300 publications and presentations and more than a dozen consulting roles to the likes of Shell Oil and the American Cancer Society, one might expect Dr. David Van Fleet would be spending his retirement fishing…
When Harkins Theatres reopened its Valley theaters Aug. 28, moviegoers had an appetite for more than a heaping bucket of buttery popcorn with a Coke-filled Harkins Loyalty Cup on the side to wash it all down.
Scottsdale-based Harkins Theaters is raising the curtain again after the nearly six-month pandemic shutdown, but moviegoers should prepare for a somewhat different experience.
Scottsdale mom of two Kelsey Guthrie knows the struggle of keeping up with the ever-growing mommy to-do list.
LearnKey, an online education and workforce solutions provider headquartered in Scottsdale and St. George, Utah, is offering two free online certification courses to all unemployed Arizona and Utah residents.
Scottsdale-based portrait and photography studio Captured Moments is expanding its studio space and its services.
A Scottsdale-based trainer is offering his clients technology often only found among professional sports organizations.
Huzzah! Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament will reopen its castle doors Aug. 6 with new health and safety modifications throughout.
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