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Ryan House Announces Passing of Its Namesake

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Ryan House has shared the news that its namesake, Ryan Cottor, died on Dec. 7 due to unexpected complications related to his spinal muscular atrophy. Cottor was 17. Phoenix-based Ryan House, which was founded in 2004, offers world-class care and programs for all children and...


Mom's Moment: 7 Splurge-Worthy Gifts


If you're part of a lucky bunch that doesn't have to budget this holiday season, here are splurge-worthy gifts for kids... all over $100.

You can now get your kiddo that pony they've always wanted. PonyCycle is a mechanical ride-on plush that improves a child's core strength and balance (we named our's Macaroni). They don't require batteries or electrical power; your kid's body does all the galloping! Small and medium sizes available for ages...


Mom's Moment: Massive Gift Guide 2018


‘Tis time for my annual massive gift guide, breaking things present ideas for everyone in your family. This year, I’m going back to the basics: games, art, music and more.  


Plant a Pizza Garden

Get your kids gardening with this pizza-centric kit. It comes ready to grow with basil, peppers, oregano and tomato seeds (all non-GMO). Once the pizza...


Jessica Hernreich of Ecosa Institute is Cultivating Change and Preserving the Granite Dells


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The future certainly appears to be female at the Ecosa Institute, a nonprofit educational organization in Prescott that promotes design education as a means to cultivate sustainable, natural solutions to global issues.

In May of 2017, the Institute appointed Jessica Hernreich as the Executive Director. Since then, Ecosa has adopted a more modern and hands-on approach to projects, with the Institute even looking to revise their current curriculum towards a focus on the U.N. Sustainable Development...


10 Things To Do This Weekend in Phoenix


Celebrate the magic of Christmas at Dream City Church’s annual Broadway-style holiday show, shop local gifts and goodies at the Phoenix Festival of the Arts, admire fluorescent light shows and neon-colored boats at Tempe’s Fantasy of Lights Boat Parade, or embrace Arizona’s brisk, winter weather and connect with fellow nature lovers over a drink at the Peaks and Pints Beer Hike. No matter your idea of fun, the Valley has everything and more for you to do this weekend, Dec. 7 through Dec. 9.

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