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Frequencies-R-Us – Healing Through The Mind-Body Connection

healing frequencies
April 22, 2012 by in Blogs | Healthcare

Being able to release the frequencies of unhealthy emotions is where true healing begins. When I was about 10 years old, I was fascinated by a TV show that was on channel 8, our local Public Broadcasting Station. I remember they showed a chicken and then they took the DNA of the chicken and somehow… Read More →

Lunchtime Sushi: Dining Out And Healthy At Sapporo

April 17, 2012 by in Blogs

Lunch Dining is Back, Brown Bags are Out: Valley restaurants, including Sapporo and its lunchtime sushi, are offering healthy cuisine at lower prices Brown-bagging it becoming a little boring? Then save them for the groceries, and take a stroll to the nearest eatery. After years of the recession eating away the midday lunch crowd and… Read More →

The Dos And Don'ts Of Sushi Etiquette

Sushi Etiquette
March 21, 2012 by in Blogs

Traveling to Japan soon? Or maybe just the nearest sushi restaurant? For first timers, doing either can be intimidating. While no one will kick you from a restaurant or ban you from Japan for mixing sake with your sushi or using too much soy sauce, knowing sushi etiquette can help prepare you for your next… Read More →

AZRE Honors Arizona’s Top Projects, Top Brokers at 7th Annual RED Awards

RED Awards 2012
March 7, 2012 by in Blogs

Phoenix, March 2, 2012 – AZRE: Arizona Commercial Real Estate Magazine held its 7th Annual RED (Real Estate and Development) Awards last night to recognize the biggest, best and most notable commercial real estate projects and transactions of 2011. The winners and honorable mentions were selected from a record 116 nominations received in 12 project… Read More →

Insightful Organizations Must Revolutionize The Way Students Learn

Insightful Organizations
March 7, 2012 by in Blogs | Education

Changes in our world are occurring at warp speed. Whatever form it takes, change is upon us. Insightful organizations will be ready; Maricopa Unified School District (MUSD) is ready to be insightful. Today’s students must be able to quickly adapt to an increasingly chaotic, yet opportunity-filled, global environment. In this era of uncertainty — globalization,… Read More →

STOCK Act: What You Need to Know

March 5, 2012 by in Blogs | Business News

The STOCK Act prohibits Congress members from making investments based on nonpublic information, giving you (somewhat) of fair ground. As an individual investor – whether you are managing your own money, or having someone else invest it for you – it is important for you to understand how your financial future is affected when the… Read More →

ONEHOPE: Scottsdale Wine Saving Lives!

February 16, 2012 by in Blogs

ONEHOPE Wine is saving lives and has raised more than $600,000 since launching in 2007. Find out how this began and its major causes to date. According to wine-loving Scottsdale resident Kristen Shroyer, giving back is good business. After graduating from UA in 2005, she managed to merge her aptitude for business and passion for… Read More →

Food and Beverage Unplugged: 2012 Food Trends

2012 Food Trends
February 15, 2012 by in Blogs

While last year brought the emergence of the cupcake, this year’s new food trends will have you saying, “That is so last year.” From infused drinks to a social dining experience, 2012 brings promising expectations for foodies nationwide. Guests will not only get a chance to tempt their palate with new tastes, but also engage… Read More →

Purse-Suit Of Fashion: The Doctors’ Runway Hosted By Sun Health

Sun Health
February 7, 2012 by in Blogs | Events | Healthcare

Thanks to the Sun Health Foundation, on Saturday, February 18th, doctors will no longer be recognizable; they will be in “Purse-Suit of Fashion.” Leaving behind their scrubs, stethoscopes and lab coats, doctors and physicians will trade in their uniform and instead show off some of Dillard’s hottest spring fashions. They’ll also be trading in their… Read More →

2012 Super Bowl Video ~ Madonna & Kelly Clarkson

Super Bowl XLVI ~ Madonna & Kelly Clarkson Video
February 5, 2012 by in Blogs | Events | Executive Lifestyle

Super Bowl XLVI New York Giants vs. New England Patriots Why Super Bowl Video? Before the Super Bowl the buzz is about the teams, but after the game it’s about everything else.. Kelly Clarkson ~ National Anthem The first “American Idol” winner backed by a children’s choir, belted a pleasant and lyrically-correct version of the… Read More →

ASU Football: Immediate Impact Players in 2012 Recruiting Class

Scottsdale Saguaro's DJ Foster (Darryl Webb, East Valley Tribune)
February 4, 2012 by in Blogs | Snapshot | Sports

Outside of the yearly Duel in the Desert game against Arizona and the possible bowl appearances, National Letter of Intent Day is one of the biggest days for ASU football and Sun Devil nation. With fresh new faces committing to each university, it is a look at the future and the new faces of each… Read More →

Shows To Watch In 2012: Game Of Thrones

Game of Thrones
January 29, 2012 by in Blogs

“Game of Thrones” on HBO is based off No. 1 New York Times bestseller author George R. R. Martin’s series “A Song of Fire and Ice.”  Martin released book five, “A Dance of Dragons,” in the series July 2011 and is heavily involved in the production of the HBO show. Season two will depict the… Read More →

Shows To Watch 2012: Shameless

January 22, 2012 by in Blogs

What do you get when you have six kids (the oldest raising the other five); a deadbeat dad, who’s only full-time occupation is to be a con artist and get hammered; a high-end car thief that is actually an ivy league drop-out, and an agoraphobic? The building blocks for the U.S. Showtime series Shameless. There… Read More →

SOL Mexican Cocina: A Healthy Approach To Mexican Food

SOL Mexican Cocina
January 19, 2012 by in Blogs

Push away that heaping plate of beans, rice and melted cheese, and take a healthier approach to Mexican food with SOL Mexican Cocina. SOL Mexican Cocina offers an alternative to Mexican food we are used to, focusing on healthy but flavorful cuisine in smaller portions. Opening its second location at the Scottsdale Quarter within the… Read More →

Regional And Scottsdale Wineries 101: Learn All About Your Favorites

Scottsdale, Regional Wineries
January 19, 2012 by in Blogs

We all know that Scottsdale is full of fabulous eats, but there is also much to be said for the growing portfolio of fine wines popping up at your friendly, neighborhood resorts, bistros, bars and even breweries. Why not take some time to learn more about some of the up-and-comers to the area? Below, we… Read More →

Shows To Watch In 2012: The Borgias

The Borgias
January 15, 2012 by in Blogs

Showtime is known for producing hit series such as “The Tudors” and “The Sopranos.” Now, Showtime has produced a combination hit with the original crime family, “The Borgias.” “The Borgias” first aired in April 2011 and had the highest ratings for a Showtime season premier in the past seven years. The show began to take shape in… Read More →


January 12, 2012 by in Blogs

Phoenix, January 12, 2012 Event celebrates the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business. Arizona Business Magazine and the Association of Corporate Counsel – Arizona Chapter celebrated the importance of in-house counsel and the role it plays in the success of companies’ success at the Arizona Corporate Counsel… Read More →

Shows To Watch In 2012: Spartacus

Photos: Starz
January 8, 2012 by in Blogs

Spartacus is the Starz breakout original series that blew expected ratings out of the water. The electrifying, blood-soaked action-drama is based on the violent and grotesque gladiatorial fights of ancient Rome. Season one grabbed my attention for its highly developed, cinematic action scenes and the dramatic relationship development between characters and story plot. Lucy Lawless (Lucretia) and John… Read More →

Debate Over Renewable Energy Tariff For Rebate Customers

Solar tariff
December 26, 2011 by in Blogs | Green

Solar rebate customers may be faced with a higher renewable energy tariff that will supplement the solar rebate fund to help other customers install solar equipment. Previous articles in the Green Scene section focused on the many available rebates for purchasing solar equipment for a home or business. These articles also focus on the savings… Read More →

Celebrate With Sapporo's Holiday Cocktails

Holiday cocktails from Sapporo
December 21, 2011 by in Blogs

Sapporo Holiday Cocktails Hear those sleigh bells ringing and jing ting tingaling too? No? That’s because it’s the sound of a martini shaker making your favorite holiday cocktails. ‘Tis the season to be jolly, and with holiday parties aplenty, what better way is there to celebrate than with a Christmas cocktail or some vodka with… Read More →


November 29, 2011 by in Blogs

Phoenix, November 29, 2011 Event celebrates the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business. Arizona Business Magazine is recognizing the important and vital role that in-house counsel plays in the success of a business with the Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards (ACC Awards). Finalists and winners will be recognized… Read More →

10 Sound Tips to Improve Your Home Theater

Improve your home theatre
September 4, 2011 by in Blogs | Executive Lifestyle | Lists | Tech

You don’t need to buy new equipment to improve your existing home theater. Often, the television and other audio/video equipment you already have are not being used to their maximum potential. Here’s a list of 10 easy tips to help you make the most of your existing system. 1) Check the settings on your receiver: Many… Read More →

Seller Carry-Backs And Creative Financing For Your Commercial Buyer

Seller Carry-Backs & Financing, Commercial Real Estate
August 20, 2011 by in Blogs | Finance | Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate: About Seller Carry-Backs and Creative Financing Not everyone can get financing on a commercial building for one reason or another. Maybe the buyer’s credit isn’t where the banks require for their lending programs, or maybe the desired real estate won’t appraise for the published asking price; this is where asking the seller… Read More →

Tech Blog: Google Plus vs. Facebook

Google Plus vs. Facebook
August 14, 2011 by in Blogs | Tech

Google Plus vs. Facebook You may have recently heard something about Google Plus, the new social networking site. Thousands of hip, social networkers have fled Facebook for Google’s potentially greener pastures. Should you be one of them? Read this and decide if Google Plus is really better than Facebook. The History – So Far On… Read More →