In&Out Survey Results for Anthem Enhancements

In&Out Survey Results for Anthem Enhancements

In&Out Staff Writers — An informal online survey allowed readers to express preferences for future enhancement ideas in Anthem on a scale of 1 to 5. Shown are the number of respondents who gave an idea a high ranking (4 or 5). The results, from 494 respondents, do not necessarily represent the views of all residents. In […]

Music in May: Flashback Friday

Music in May: Flashback Friday

The SuperHero band will get you on your feet for a Flashback Friday with high-energy dance favorites from the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s while keeping it fresh with today’s hits. The performers exude a contagious passion for each song, having the time of their lives and livening up the night. The public is welcome. — Caitlin […]

5 Things That’ll Send You Straight To …

5 Things That’ll Send You Straight To …

By Chris Prickett — A very wise friend recently said she believes most of us wake up at some point in our mid-20s, look back on life and say, “What the heck was I thinking?” Then we proceed to be (relatively) decent and responsible human beings who contribute to society. Go to work, raise some kids, maybe […]

Snake Safety 101: Leave ’em Alone

Snake Safety 101: Leave ’em Alone

By Chris Prickett — I’ve never seen “Snakes on a Plane.” Not the movie, and not in real life. I have seen snakes in the wash, snakes by the pool filter, snakes under the garbage bin, and I often see snakes in the road. I think snakes are cool. I also make it a point to leave […]

Paradise at the Park: The Daisy Mountain Luau

Paradise at the Park: The Daisy Mountain Luau

Escape to an island getaway at Anthem Community Park. Hosted by the Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce, this event is open to the public and includes street-carnival-themed games, an authentic Polynesian dance performance, music from Anthem’s DJ Hybrid Thirty-3, a tiki bar and dinner from Mama’s Hawaiian Bar-B-Que. Daisy Mountain Luau 5–10 p.m., Saturday, May […]

Get Smoothies, Tea and a Workout

Get Smoothies, Tea and a Workout

In&Out Staff Writers — A new Anthem business offers smoothies and green tea in a casual environment up front, with light workouts coming to a studio under construction in the back. Lifestyle 2 Nutrition, owned by former competitive mountain biker Lanie Sybouts and her brother Wes Mason, uses Herbalife products as the base for a range […]

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Now Serving Coffee & Smoothies

Now Serving Coffee & Smoothies

By Karen Goveia — A new place to get your daily java or juice fix opened quietly in March on Anthem’s west side. The former lobby inside the Tennessee Grill is now a coffee and smoothie counter. Patrons can sit in the bar, the dining room or at outside tables. Operated by Tennessee Grill’s Bob […]

Country Bash Kicks Off Music in May

Country Bash Kicks Off Music in May

The stage is set for the North Valley’s big spring event: Four free nights of sensational cover bands under the stars. Lay back on blankets with the whole family or get up with that special someone and dance the night away. Music in May’s hot 2017 lineup is jam-packed with cool hits. This week, pull […]

By May 4, 2017 Read More →
New Store Prints T-Shirts While You Wait

New Store Prints T-Shirts While You Wait

UPDATE 5/2/17: The target date for a soft opening has been changed from May 1 to May 8, store owner Chris Yano said today. A new specialty store in Anthem prints custom T-shirts, hats and other apparel on demand. The Tee Shirt Shoppe, which also has a location in Indiana, has thousands of designs, or you […]

Technology is Kicking My Butt

Technology is Kicking My Butt

By Chris Prickett— In 1981, I sold fax machine leases to businesses in San Diego. Explaining how a box in their office could miraculously make documents appear at another location was inconceivable to many. I would have had better luck selling magic beans. Nowadays, the fax machine sits on the same dusty shelf as the typewriter […]

Anthem Community Council’s New Board President: Roger Willis

Anthem Community Council’s New Board President: Roger Willis

By Robert Roy Britt — In a unanimous vote at its monthly meeting April 26, the Anthem Community Council elected Roger Willis as board president. Willis, who had been vice president, succeeds Ryan Halleran, a Parkside representative who remains on the board as a director. Willis has served many roles in Anthem’s governance, including on […]

By April 28, 2017 Read More →
Anthem U-Haul Expansion Approved

Anthem U-Haul Expansion Approved

By Robert Roy Britt — U-Haul got approval from the Anthem Community Council to roughly double the footprint of its self-storage facility in the Anthem Commerce Park. The company aims to expand to a 4-acre empty plot directly north of its existing facility on the west side of North Vision Way. The new facility would […]

By April 27, 2017 Read More →
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