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Arizona Sage Art Market: Event offers ‘Main Street’ shopping experience

By Annika Tomlin The Arizona Sage Art Market will bring together 30 artists from various mediums during its sixth annual event from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, January 30. Admission to the market at...

All-Natural: Daughter supports cancer society with natural deodorant

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Ginger Panico is doing everything she can to protect women from getting breast cancer, which claimed the life of her mother at age 38. Panico makes natural deodorant under the name Sencilla in...

No Mulligan: Russ Ortiz’s 2GG Apparel donates all proceeds to charity

By Morgan Cole As the holiday season approaches, charities’ demand for donations and involvement increases—this year even more so because of the pandemic. Founded by 12-year MLB pitcher Russ Ortiz, Mesa’s 2GG Apparel is a golf...

Taking Over the Quarter: Junk in the Trunk returns with a new venue and...

By Annika Tomlin Junk in the Trunk Market is back and ready for business with its new Holiday Pop-Up at Scottsdale Quarter from November 1 to December 27. Since 2011, Coley Arnold and Lindsey Holt have...

Stitched Together: AZ Custom Hats & Apparel merges with Arizona Custom Embroidery

By Kamala Kirk When Brett Ortiz launched AZ Custom Hats & Apparel in 2016, his business grew quickly and built a reputation for making high-quality, custom products that include everything from hats and accessories to...

Ending Hunger: Foothills Food Bank offering artistic bowls online

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The 2020 Foothills Empty Bowls Project is moving online this year. Sponsored by Tech4Life Computers & Websites, the event’s bowl sale and art auction will be held on the Foothills Food Bank’s...

Making a ‘Whish’: Aimee Werner wanted all-natural products, so she created them

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Aimee Werner was pregnant with her second son when she tried her husband Jesse’s shaving cream. She didn’t have any expectations but was soon enthralled. “Shaving was never good for me,” she...

For the Love of Gaming: D&D brought this couple closer together—in business, too

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The novel coronavirus pandemic has caused an unexpected surge in game and puzzle sales among those quarantining with family. After less than a month in business as The Gaming Goat, Mark Gorden has...

‘It Will Burst into Bloom’: Poppies Flower Shop blossoms with boutique flowers

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Natalie Gilliland has always loved flowers because of their beauty and the creative ways in which she can arrange them. After she and her husband, Michael, retired from their commercial landscaping business, the...

The Art of the Deal: J&B Furniture Consignment is perfect for new homeowners

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Barbara Willis never imagined she would open a consignment store. But when she heard an Anthem shop was available, she took the opportunity. In 2012, she opened J&B Furniture Consignment, which is filled...

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