Nursing is one of the most versatile careers in the health field
Sonoran Bank has named Frank X. Coumides to its board of directors. Coumides currently serves as senior vice president of lending and brings with him 15 years of experience in the banking and finance industry, along with a strong cultural understanding of the Valley’s business climate.
Excellence in education and the community will be celebrated this month when Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC), Glendale Community College (GCC), and the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation (MCCF) present the fourth annual Awards for Excellence. Honorees include Outstanding Alumni Cuauhtémoc “Memo” Espinoza, and Outstanding Student Advocate Jason Martinez. Jason Martinez has been working for the […]
Phoenix native Frank Ybarra has been creating art since he can remember
The Carl Hayden Falcon Robotics team placed 14th out of over 50 teams at the 2010 FIRST Arizona Regional Competition in March. The Falcons received the Gracious Professionalism Award and team members were also recognized: freshman Jesus Meraz as safety captain, and senior Norma Irigoyen won the Steve Sanghi Scholarship.
The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce has selected 10 finalists for its prestigious IMPACT Awards, which recognize Valley businesses for their outstanding achievement in community involvement, company culture, innovation, response to adversity, and the 2010 Impact Business of the Year. Finalists include Robert Vallelunga, Luis De La Cruz, Angela and Mario Lepore, and Victor D. […]
A psychiatrist from Britain has made a bold declaration: Baby boys left in the care of a nanny or other caregiver (we assume female) are more likely to become womanizers. ¿No me digas? We wonder how the good doctor came up with this theory. Dr. Dennis Friedman, a Fellow of the Royal College of […]
The work of five contemporary photographers is on view now at Phoenix Art Museum. Studying people and places, this new exhibition uncovers photography’s intrinsic relationship with time. As years, months, days, even minutes go by, the camera has the unique ability to capture change and reveal subtle and not-so-subtle differences. Photographers, such as the five […]
Fort Worth Opera will host the world premiere of Before Night Falls, composed by Cuban American composer Jorge Martín. The opera is based on the memoir of the same title by Reinaldo Arenas, a Cuban poet, novelist and playwright persecuted under Fidel Castro’s regime for his homosexuality. Raised by his mother and grandparents, the young […]