Providers across Arizona Set to Begin Vaccinating Ages 5-11 against COVID-19

Arizona Department of Health Services

Providers across Arizona are set to begin offering safe, free, and highly effective COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5 to 11 following this week’s approval by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "Parents already protect their kids against a host of diseases that have been eliminated or all but eliminated thanks to the modern miracle of vaccines,” said Don … [More]

Arizona Arts Organizations to Dim Their Lights on Friday Evening in Remembrance of Judd Herberger

The Herberger Theater, alongside more than 15 Arizona arts organizations, will honor the life of Judd Herberger with a dimming of the theater lights at 7:15pm on Friday, November 5. Judd Herberger, longtime arts philanthropist and beloved member of the community, passed away on October 27, 2021. The tradition of dimming the lights pays tribute to the life of celebrated … [More]

Data & Analytics Recruitment Firm Announces Further International Expansion with New Office in Tempe, Ariz.


Harnham, the global leader in Data & Analytics recruitment, based across the U.K., E.U. and U.S., has announced its latest expansion with a new office in Tempe, Ariz. to meet the growing demand for Data & Analytics talent across the region and globe. The Greater Phoenix expansion marks Harnham’s third office in the U.S., joining San Francisco and New York. This … [More]

Drybar Expands to Tempe, Celebrates Ten Years in the Valley


Drybar, a premier blow dry bar specializing in just blowouts, no cuts or colors, plans to open its doors to Tempe residents on Nov. 12, 2021. Located at The Watermark, the 1,400-square-foot space will consist of eight styling chairs and feature all of Drybar's signature elements. “This year we’re not only celebrating 10 years of Drybar shops in Arizona, but we’re also … [More]

Arizona Department of Housing Announces $15 Million to Support Arizonans Experiencing Homelessness

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Housing today announced the distribution of $15.35 million in federal funding to support three projects aimed at providing shelter and services to Arizonans experiencing homelessness. “We must do all we can to ensure Arizonans in need have access to safe, clean and reliable housing,” said Governor Ducey. “The homeless … [More]

Survey Shows Supply Chain Issues and Staffing Shortage Will Raise Prices, Costs


The NFIB Research Center released its latest COVID-19 survey assessing how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected small businesses. This is the 20th survey in the series and includes updates on supply chain disruptions, the staffing shortage, and anticipations about the upcoming holiday season. The survey was conducted from October 25-27 with 613 responses … [More]

Port of Los Angeles Gears Up for a Robust Return of Cruise Ship Sailings

Port of Los Angeles

The departure of the Grand Princess at the Port of Los Angeles on September 25 signaled the start of a big comeback for cruise ship operations at the World Cruise Center on the LA Waterfront. The Port is forecasting more than 200 sailings during the 2022 calendar year – the most since 2008. Vacationers can choose itineraries from 11 unique cruise brands, anchored by the … [More]

Shots for Eligible Children Available at 15 Select CVS Locations in Arizona

CVS Health

CVS Health announced that select CVS Pharmacy locations will be offering a two-dose primary series of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 pediatric vaccine to children ages five to 11 years of age starting on Sunday, 11/7, upon receipt and confirmation of vaccine supply. This follows authorization of the vaccine by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) based on guidance … [More]

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