Author: Amber Kahwaji

This Wine Station Is What Dreams Are Made Of

Calling all winos! The Discovery WineStation is here to make your wine dreams come true. The stainless steel wine cooler is actually a four bottle wine dispenser, and makes hosting parties an absolute blast, both for the host and for the guest. Designed to be either a built-in or free standing appliance, the WineStation keeps each bottle temperature controlled, and has options for the wine lover to either try a taste, a half pour or a full pour with a quick push of a button. The Discovery WineStation by Dacor also keeps the vino fresh for 60 days while keeping...

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Fashion Runways Showcasing Diversity In A Big Way

Every year fashion enthusiasts gather in the top cities around the world to get an exclusive first look at all the hottest designers’ new collections. From New York to Milan, the runways have long had a certain look. Tall, thin girls and muscular men were the typical build, and rarely did men and women of color get cast to walk in shows. But this year fashion week was different. This year men and women of all ages, skin colors, and genders showcased their talents as they wore the best of the best in high-end fashion. For the first time,...

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Breakthrough Marketing for Breakout Sales Event Gets Thumbs Up

On Friday, April 14, Sharon Lechter and her dream team held their first digital marketing event in Scottsdale at the McCormick Hotel. The event featured keynote speakers from The Agency, Google, and various business professionals and entrepreneurs, all sharing their expertise on the advancements within the digital marketing age. “We don’t want to just focus on Google ads or Facebook ads, but to understood that it’s a communication tool to reach people and utilize these digital marketing opportunities to reach people,” Lechter said. Lechter shared with her audience that many of the tools talked about in the various seminars...

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Gear Up For A Long Allergy Season

Grab the tissues and antihistamines because this allergy season is gearing up to be longer and more severe than seasons past. And one idea scientists have as to why this year’s allergy season started early and has a longer shelf life is due to climate change, according to CBS News. Warmer weather means more trees and flowers are in bloom, which means more pollen is floating around in the air. For allergy sufferers, the pollen prompts a reaction in the body to think something is attacking it. That’s why coughing, sneezing, itch and watery eyes, and even a sore...

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Maricopa County Animal Care Offering Free Pet Adoptions This Weekend

The Maricopa County Animal Care and Control is asking for the public’s help to try and find new homes for the more than 800 dogs and cats that are currently at the shelters. Both county shelters are at capacity, and in response to the overcrowding the MCACC has decided to hold free adoptions this Friday and Saturday, according to ABC15. Free adoptions are available for any dog or cat over 6 months old. The shelters are staying open an hour later on Friday, April 21, to help accommodate interested adopters. The shelter hours are 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m....

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How TV Shows are getting real

Oh the wonderful world of TV. Since the early 1930s the television set graced households, and by the late 1990s 98 percent of households owned a TV set, according to NYU.com. Witty family shows about the Cleavers, a little boy and his best friend Lassie, and late-night sitcoms all became fan favorites. Throughout the generations television evolved, and today the shift in storylines is clear. We are seeing less of the happy family sitting down to dinner each night, and more of the struggle of what it’s like to not have a home to go to. The TV shows have...

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