As family members start trickling in for the holiday weekend, start planning your outings with some ideas listed in this week’s 10 Things (March 30-April 1)! From sporting events to fashion events to egg hunts, we have included something for even the pickiest people to please. So take your pick and prepare for a hoppin’ time!
BEST AUTOMOBILE AUCTION
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction
The annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction sets the bar higher each year for Arizona car enthusiasts with a mind-blowing array of epic automobiles. Based in Scottsdale, Barrett-Jackson is the leader in collector car auctions and automotive events, specializing in providing the best products and services to gearheads around the world. Thus far, Barrett-Jackson has collected almost $102 million for charity, with a number of notable figures having attended past auctions, including Michael Phelps, Jay Leno and Kenny Chesney. barrett-jackson.com.
BEST LOCAL RADIO TALK SHOW OR DJ: MORNING DRIVE
JOHNJAY & RICH, 104.7 KISS
Every weekday morning, Johnjay and Rich, alongside Kyle and recent-addition Suzette, delight devoted listeners with their stories that will induce some serious LOLs, as well as their celebrity interviews, programs like War of the Roses and much more. Johnjay and Rich are also the founders of the #LoveUp Foundation, which aims to spread love and kindness throughoutthe community to support children living within the foster care system. johnjayandrich.iheart.com; loveupfoundation.org.
Big Winner: 104.7 KISS was also named BEST TODAY’S HITS RADIO STATION!
10 Things to do in Phoenix This Weekend
Real talk: who needs a cocktail after this week? I know I do, I mean did this week have 10 days in it or was it just me? So, let me make this easy for you. Here is a list of ten cocktail related things to do in Phoenix this weekend, or events at least situated in the vicinity of those yummy adult beverages.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, more e-waste ends up in our landfills and incinerators than is being recycled. In fact, the United Nations Environment Program says that there are 50 million tons of electric waste disposed of worldwide each year. Many are unaware that a large number of what is considered e-waste is actually not waste at all, because most electronic equipment and its parts can be reused or recycled. In honor of Earth Day just around the corner, here are ways you can recycle tech you are no longer using.
Recycling Old Technology:
The first thing you should...