PhxArt Virtual Visit: Enjoy the Great Outdoors from Inside!

Phoenix Art Museum

With all this time at home, we can’t help but dream of our next great outdoor adventure (and no, we’re not talking about a Friday night trip to the grocery store). Ansel Adams: Performing the Print If your wanderlust is acting up, too, this PhxArt Virtual Visit is one you won’t want to miss. We’re bringing you collection highlights and breathtaking images from our latest … [More]

Platform Launches Free Coronavirus-Specific Features to Support Frontline Workers


Beekeeper, the mobile-first communications platform for frontline workers, is releasing a host of new features for free for 2 months to help companies communicate with their employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. The rollout comes in response to a massive threefold increase in platform-wide activity since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The new feature set is the most … [More]

It’s Friday: How to Make a Mojito like Tommy Bahama

Tommy Bahama Marlin Bar

Relax and bring a little paradise into your home with the Tommy Bahama Mojito. This rum cocktail with a hint of mint is full of flavor and a little fizz thanks to the club soda. Follow the recipe below and join the Instagram LIVE Cocktail Class and Happy Hour Thursday, April 9, 6:00pm EST/3:00pm PST Once you’ve got your cocktail, sit back, relax and enjoy this refreshing … [More]

Nonprofit Offering Critical Financial and Resource Assistance for LGBTQ+ Youth


When one•n•ten first launched, it did so in an effort to create a sense of community and a source of support for some of the state’s most vulnerable. Now, recent world events are forcing one•n•ten and other organizations that provide potentially life-saving services to LGBTQ youth to adapt to a new reality – and they can’t do it alone. “No one could have forecasted the … [More]

Phoenix-Based Developer allows 100+ Employees and their Families to Eat for Free

RED Development

In an effort to support its more than 100-plus employees and restaurant tenants during the pandemic at 16 mixed-use centers across the country (most of which are in Arizona), Phoenix-based RED Development is allowing company employees to order ALL of their meals for the day via takeout from open restaurants at any of its participating properties. That means that RED … [More]

Spine Health: The Pandemic Underscores Its Importance

by Steven R. Knauf, D.C.

With two-thirds of the workforce now working from home, there is growing concern to adopt new practices that promote self-care along with productivity. Many may be sitting in new positions — working on a laptop at the dining table, or participating in a video meeting on the sofa (or bed) — for prolonged periods of time, which, according to the National Spine Health Foundation, … [More]

COVID-19 and Increased Cyber Risk

by Meghan O’Connor and Simone Colgan Dunlap

As part of attempts to control the spread of COVID-19, businesses are increasingly relying on a remote workforce. Businesses should operate in a heightened state of cybersecurity posture during this time. Bad actors are taking advantage of COVID-19 fears, rapidly evolving environments, a distracted workforce, individuals’ good will, and unprecedented changes in business … [More]

Consumer Price Index Falls 0.4 Percent, Driven by Plunging Gas, Hotel, and Airline Prices

The Center for Economic and Policy Research

The overall Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell 0.4 percent in March, driven by sharp falls in prices in several sectors that were strongly affected by the coronavirus crisis. The most important of these was a drop in gasoline prices of 10.5 percent. This is the result of the price of a barrel of oil falling to well under $30 on world markets. If it stays near current levels we are … [More]