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Milan’s Mission: Veteran’s candle company helps sex trafficking victims

By Kamala Kirk | May 12, 2022 After returning home from Afghanistan in 2014, Luis Garcia knew he wanted to help rescue and rehabilitate sex trafficking victims. At the time, he had no idea what that...

Carrying on a Legacy: Black Mountain Guitar strikes a chord

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | February 4, 2022 Music has embraced Ed Heisler’s life. A Marine City, Michigan, native, Heisler traveled south to the Detroit area to perform in clubs throughout his teens and early 20s. He...

The Art of Wildflowers: Dyana Hesson expands to home goods

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski | December 21, 2021 Dyana Hesson is expanding her artistic reach with the launch of glassware in conjunction with Tempe’s Refresh Glass. The set of four limited-edition drinking glasses is etched with Hesson’s...

The Paper Place: Sisters keep mom’s legacy alive with shop

By Alex Gallagher | December 16, 2021 For nearly 44 years, The Paper Place has been selling cards, invitations and myriad gift options. The business started as the expansion of a Texas-based franchise in 1978 that...

The Soap Gal: Mesa woman makes soap a business and passion

By Rylee McDaniel | December 16, 2021 Most people look at soap as an everyday essential used without a second thought, but to Joanna Couch, it means more than smelling good and being clean.  In 2012,...

New Adventure: Junk in the Trunk turns to the holidays

By Mallory Gleich | October 20, 2021 It all began with a love of junk. Well, not junk, but vintage finds — items that some might consider clutter but that Coley Arnold and Lindsey Holt...

Making History: The eyes of the art world are on Scottsdale

By Alex Gallagher | October 20, 2021 A Scottsdale gallery could be making the biggest art sale in Arizona history on Saturday, when an Andy Warhol painting of an electric chair goes on the block. The red...

Not Your Typical Farmers Market: Vendors selling at Cabela’s in Glendale

By Allison Brown | October 16, 2021 Momma’s Organic Market has brought local goods to its third location, Cabela’s parking lot, Sundays through May. “We’re so excited to be partnering with a large business like Cabela’s...

Refined Concept: Scottsdale man makes a business from selfies

By Alex Gallagher | September 15, 2021 After being furloughed from his job at a tourism company in 2020, Mike Clevenger wondered what he would do next.  As someone with an entrepreneurial background, he saw an...

A Smooth Transition: Barnes & Noble unveils relocated Peoria store

By Annika Tomlin | September 15, 2021 Barnes & Noble celebrated the reopening of its new Peoria store with a September 1 ribbon-cutting ceremony. This new bookstore at Arrowhead Palms Shopping Centre replaces the original...

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