Stories tagged: "Family"


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Phoenix-based ‘Sesame Street’ Puppeteer Takes Show on the Road

Stacey Gordon is retrofitting an ice cream truck into a mobile puppet theater—and could be driving to a street near you!

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Here’s a List of Free Events Around the Valley to Get You Out of the House

Many public events are sprouting up across Arizona as vaccination numbers across the state continue to rise.

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During One of the Hardest Holiday Seasons Ever, You Can Still Give Back

Many families may not be able to buy their children Christmas gifts this year.  This year has been incredibly tough on many Arizonans’ health and finances.  The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about not only sickness and death, but in many cases, job loss.  As of November, more than 280,000 Arizonans were unemployed. Many who do...

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How to Stay Coronavirus-Free This Christmas in Arizona

Arizona’s ICUs are filling up as the state sees a record surge in COVID-19 cases.  Christmas, like most other 2020 holidays, will have to look different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has asked the public to forego holiday travel and gatherings this holiday season. ...

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This Phoenix Woman Lost Two Family Members This Year. Now She’s Raising Money for Toys for Tots.

With more than 288,000 Arizonans are without jobs and federal eviction protection set to expire soon, families may find it tough to afford Christmas gifts.

Even though Thanksgiving may look different this year, that doesn't mean it can't be a memorable experience. Photo by skynesher/Getty Images
How to Have a Lively Virtual Thanksgiving This Year

No matter who’s coming to the virtual dinner table, there are ways to keep Thanksgiving from feeling boring this year.

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Suburban Families #ChalkTheVote Leading up to Election Day

Hundreds of chalk-laden families plan to decorate sidewalks with pro-voting messages in the days leading up to the Nov. 3 election.