‘Suffering from a dementia-like disease is like being in a prison. I wish I had discovered this profession earlier in life, because at the end of the day, it’s very satisfying to provide care for our residents.’
Signing up for the summer Volunteen program at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center is easy. Getting accepted takes a bit of work:
Kwesi, mononym of the owner and manager of Jollof King, one of Tempe’s newest dining experiences, is quick to explain that his educational background is definitely not in the field of culinary arts or restaurant management.
Get Ready for some free bread! Leslie, Ward, George and Floyd Walston discuss their plans for a celebration in light of their 10 year anniversary of opening Great Harvest Bread Company, located at Warner and McClintock rd.
Tempe Community Council is seeking nominations for its new Impact Award, created to recognize good works big or small that boost human service needs in the city.
On Friday, July 13, high school football lost one of its cornerstones.
Bersano said that “he has a blast everyday” playing for the Earthquakes and in Major League Soccer.
The summer swelter has arrived, and with it some sound advice to make sure you have plenty of your favorite icy beverages on hand along with an assortment of shady spots to retreat to.
It’s incredible how familiar sounds and smells can cause us to reminisce on times past—memories which most call “the good old days.”
Most 13-year-olds spend their summer hanging out with friends, playing video games and trying to accomplish as much (or as little) as possible before they go back to school.