Not only did she bring home gold in the 1996 Olympics, Kerri Strug won American’s heart as a member of the famed Magnificent Seven of the United States Women’s Gymnast Team. Today, the mother remains passionate about fitness and staying active. When she was in town for HERSHEY’S Family Play Day, Tucson-born Strug shared her favorite games and activities for family-friendly playtimes.
By: Cadie Carroll
Laura Varker was born April 5, 1990 in beautiful Phoenix, Arizona. Growing up she was always very passionate about music, and her tight-knit community allowed her to explore a wide array of genres, styles and sounds. At the young age of 14, Laura recorded her very first single – and she has yet to look back. Now more than eight years later, she’s recording under the name LV Sharp and has proved to be one of the hottest up-and-coming artists of her generation.
Meet five Brophy seniors who are gearing up to participate in the Brophy Fashion Show with Saks Fifth Avenue in October.
AFM caught up with actor Patrick Fischler, known for his TV roles in “Mad Men” and “Californication,” while screening “The Test,” a short film created by and starring Fischler and his wife, Lauren Bowles, at the Phoenix Film Festival. (The film captures the emotions of the vulnerable situation of taking a pregnancy test.) Up next for the actor? A summer-release action flick with Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg.
What does it take to make notorious chef Gordon Ramsay run in the opposite direction? Ask Scottsdale's Amy Bouzaglo. An instant hit amongst the reality digest shows like “Best Week Ever” and “The Soup.” Bouzaglo is hot headed and unfiltered. But this blond is more than just a Real Housewife, she is a firecracker in the kitchen, to say the least.