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New Pop-Up Shop in Scottsdale –  Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market

by on January 22, 2021 0

A popular pop-up shopping experience is back. Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market, that features handmade and vintage products from local stores and artisans and curators, has returned to Scottsdale Quarter. The 2,000-square-foot store will feature home decor, adults’ and children’s clothing, accessories and vintage products from 25 small businesses. Past Junk in the Trunk locations have […]

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Recreational Marijuana Sales at Arizona Dispensaries Could Start Next Week

by on January 22, 2021 0

Dispensaries have begun applying online for new licenses and Arizona’s medicinal marijuana shops could be selling for adult recreational use in a week. They get new FBI background checks and send $25,000 checks to Arizona’s Department of Health Services as part of the process. “The health department already knows all of us,” said Lilach Mazor […]

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Phoenix Bill Aims to Provide $5 Million to Arizona Pre-K Programs

by on January 21, 2021 0

A bill making its way through the Arizona State Legislature aims to help get more young children through pre-kindergarten programs. “House Bill 2015 calls for Arizona to fund high-quality pre-K programs for kids throughout the state who wouldn’t have access otherwise,” Democratic State Rep. Lorenzo Sierra said. If approved, the bill would allocate $45 million […]

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It’s Girl Scout Cookie Season in Arizona

by on January 21, 2021 0

Girl Scout cookie season is underway in Arizona, which means cookie connoisseurs can begin clearing a space in their pantry. Every year, more than 1 million scouts in the U.S. sell about 200 million boxes of cookies, USA TODAY reported. The fundraiser generates $800 million, with proceeds going to the local council and troop to […]

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“The Wave” Now Allowing 3 Times More Hikers

by on January 21, 2021 0

Outdoor enthusiasts and landscape photographers hoping to land one of the elusive permits needed to explore the colorful, contoured landscape of a U.S. Southwestern hike called “the Wave” will now have a better chance under a new plan announced Monday that allows three times the previous number of daily visitors. The plan takes effect Feb. […]

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