Building the future

Building the future

Scottsdale architects discuss  state of their craft in the city By Scott Shumaker Since Arizona became a territory in 1863, many building styles have had their moment in the sun -- literally and figuratively. At times builders and architects have looked to the [...]

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Casual Sophistication

Casual Sophistication

JetSmarter’s new Scottsdale/L.A. route expands its unique service Residents of metro Phoenix will be able to fly direct between Scottsdale Airport and Los Angeles using the JetSmarter booking app beginning Sept. 25, according to an announcement from the private travel service [...]

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Medicine for the Whole Person

Medicine for the Whole Person

Orion gathers data to make diagnosis more precise By Kenneth LaFave For years, patients thought their doctors had all the information they needed: age, weight, medical history and medications. They were wrong. “Doctors have access to only about 10% of the information they need [...]

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Lending a hand

Lending a hand

Dan Shufelt and Arizona Helping Hands want what’s best for foster kids By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Dan Shufelt used to keep his volunteer work under wraps, preferring to stay behind the scenes. But the Phoenix resident is so enthusiastic about Airpark-based Arizona Helping [...]

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Effective Communication

Effective Communication

Airpark Toastmasters work to improve public speaking skills By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Brad Taft was in high school and early college, he struggled with public speaking. In college, after initially majoring in biology, he switched his major to speech and that helped [...]

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Comfortable with kids

Comfortable with kids

Chad Barnett aims to change children’s lives here, abroad By Alison Bailin Batz For many, the prospect of being knee-deep in hundreds of kids is daunting. But for father-of-three Chad Barnett—a co-founder of the Arizona Children’s Business Fair and past board member [...]

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