Nearly three dozen students and chaperones representing the theater department at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale start their journey to Scotland today to participate in the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, one of the world’s largest arts festivals. The American High School Theatre Festival chose 45 schools in the United States and Canada to participate in […]
Pectus excavatum, sometimes called sunken or funnel chest, is a congenital deformity that several thousand children are born with each year. Though the condition may be present at birth, typically pectus excavatum worsens and becomes more apparent during adolescence. As kids grow taller, their pectus gets deeper and the center of the chest appears caved […]
I am a homebody. I am not one to partake in staycations, knowing that my furry friends and my comfy bed are so close and I am not there to enjoy them. But I must say I jumped at the chance when invited to enjoy a staycation at The Phoenician. I had driven past the […]
Summer nights in the pool are a highlight of childhood in Arizona. This simple, kid-friendly craft will add a bit of magic to those twilight swims. All you need is a few plastic water bottles, glow sticks and pebbles. • Add five or six pebbles to the water bottle to help it sink. • […]
Permit Prep 101. Teens (with an adult). Prepares teens for their written permit test and educates families on what they need to know before the new driver takes the wheel. Presented by AAA AZ. 6-7:30pm. Free. Preregister. Litchfield Park Branch Library, 101 W Wigwam Blvd, Litchfield Park. 602-652-3000 or mcldaz.org.