At Arizona’s Vision, Dr. Mark J. Page, OD, clinic founder and chief optometrist, leads a skilled team in providing comprehensive eye care services—including basic checkups, corrective procedures, emergency care and a wide selection of eyewear and contact lenses—in a recently remodeled, state of the art facility.
Prospective students and community members interested in learning about naturopathic medicine as either a lifestyle or professional career can find what they need at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine’s Discovery Day from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 14, 2015 at 2140 E. Broadway Road in Tempe.
For years the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce’s Public Policy Committee has been bringing speakers to Ahwatukee Foothills to keep the business community and the community at large up to date on important issues, but in 2015 the committee is looking for more participation to take its goal to the next level.
Another holiday season has passed, and with it the marathon cooking and baking sessions. The hours spent using every kitchen appliance and inch of counter space had a potential benefit more lasting than a good meal: When we really use our kitchens, we discover what does and doesn’t work in this very important room.
A recent (guest commentary) writer, Sean Bowie (“With great power comes great responsibility, AFN, Dec., 19), is familiar with the answer to the question — denial. Bowie creates many reasons for the failures of the Democrats in the last election and avoids identifying any mistakes by his party. While this pattern of denial provides encouragement and hope for partisan Republicans, these delusions do not provide the state or the country with any hope that the next two years will bring us any closer to the solution of the many problems we face.
As a free-market, constitutional conservative, I agree with Barry Goldwater Jr. (“We expected better from the Salt River Project,” AFN, Dec. 17) on two points when it comes to Salt River Project’s (SRP) new solar price structure:
He admits the plan is a political longshot. But Rep. Mark Cardenas, D-Phoenix, hopes to convince colleagues to approve legalizing marijuana for recreational use by adults, if for no other reason than the alternative is having voters adopt their own plan.
Rex Bowser sits down at a small table in the corner of a Starbucks in Chandler. The longtime Seton Catholic football coach sips his coffee in a laid-back, relaxed manner and begins to tell the story of his more than four-decade-long career.
Valley Metro and Tempe officials reassured residents concerned about the costs and consequences of the city’s planned streetcar system at an occasionally contentious question-and-answer meeting on Monday, Dec. 1, at the Tempe Transportation Center, saying the project would be an economic boon and sometimes defending it to a few sharply skeptical questioners.