This summer, Pinnacle's Youth Group raised money at their yearly rummage sale, offsetting the cost of their important mission trip to Nassau in the Bahamas. Church members of all ages volunteered many hours so the Youth Group could have this international philanthropic experience.
It was through a shared passion for vintage goods and owning a business that Shelley Adelson and Sophia Kobs, the owners of Piece and Story Vintage Goods, opened their Scottsdale store, a haven for unique, quality vintage finds.
The 2019 McLaren 570S Spider truly delivers the ultimate driving experience. This undeniably brought me to my roots. My late grandfather, Bob Montana, was a race car driver who competed amongst racing legends including the great Bruce McLaren in the CanAm Circuit.
Gary Voorhees and his daughter, Candace, established Arizona Taste Catering and Event Planning in 1990 to provide premier catering and event planning services for private and corporate clients of all types. Now, as the top caterer in the Valley, Candace says that impeccable attention to detail, along with exquisite cuisine and wines are what Arizona Taste blends to create occasions that…
Newt Grover of Newt Glass has large-scale blown glass masterpieces displayed all over town and the country. They are best described as vibrant, contemporary, original and intricate. Inspired by exhibits of Dale Chihuly's work, Newt decided late into his career of making neon signs and jewelry to switch gears and teach himself the art of blown glass.
Joye DeGoede was just 10 years old when she won her first coloring contest and had some of her artwork commissioned. In an effort to channel their daughter’s creative ambitions—and probably redirect DeGoede’s penchant for carving into mirrors and painting on walls—her parents enrolled her in private art lessons. As DeGoede grew up and entered the working world, she never…
Whenever local fused glass artist Jacki Cohen opens her kiln, she takes a deep breath. She never knows just what to expect. “The biggest learning curve is figuring out the kiln,” says Cohen. “You have to keep records. Long lists of what works and what doesn’t. Sometimes you can salvage things.”