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L&M Pop-Up Art Show Celebrates Veteran’s Day Weekend!

L&M Pop-Up Art Show is thrilled to host their second local art show in Scottsdale on Sunday November 11th!  From 11am - 5pm the show will be at SNIP Salon at 31313 N. Scottsdale Rd, A150, near North Scottsdale and Lone Mountain Road. 

This community event was created in order to support and promote local businesses and art in the Valley. Co- hosted by two small businesses, Snip Salon/Gallery, which is owned by Kenny Mei, and L&M Pop-up Art Show, created by locals...

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AZ Insider: Cooks and Corks Was a Philanthropic Success

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10 Things to Do This Weekend in Phoenix

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Oh November, we’ve missed you! From Polo Championships to PGA Tour stops to NASCAR races, this weekend will be filled with dozens of extravagant and exciting activities that the whole family can take part in. Check out our top 10 things to enjoy around the Valley this weekend (Nov. 9 through Nov. 11).

 

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A Desert Dweller's Guide to Hygge

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The Danish concept of hygge (pronounced "hoo-ga") has made its way stateside, encouraging Americans to embrace of a lifestyle of comfort, togetherness and well-being. Basically, hygge means enjoying a cup of hot coffee fireside on a rainy day under a cozy throw blanket—and we’re all about it this holiday season. Here’s where to enjoy some local hygge and how to infuse a little more of it into your own home.

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AZ Giving: Food for the Hungry

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Charity begins at home. And in the midst of a chaotic holiday season, the Phoenix-based global organization, Food for the Hungry, is working to serve the physical and spiritual needs of the world’s most vulnerable through its international relief and development efforts. Via its annual gift catalog, people can sponsor a child, donate or purchase items—everything from medical care for a child to two chickens for a poverty-stricken family.

Phoenix’s Food for the Hungry, which was founded in 1971 by Larry Ward, envisions a world where impoverished communities are no more and vulnerable...

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