Raising the Bar
By May 27, 2016 Read More →

Raising the Bar

If energy bars and protein bars are part of your diet, the cost can add up quickly. And, while it may seem like a timesaver to grab a box at the grocery, making these bars with raw ingredients in your food processor takes very little time, creates very little mess and costs a fraction of […]

Party in the Park…
By May 27, 2016 Read More →

Party in the Park…

Break out the belt buckles and cowboy boots— Arizona Moonshine Band is kickin’ it a little country this Friday to wrap up the month of music at Anthem’s community park. A mix of  yesterday’s favorites and today’s country hits, this group will have you tapping your Tony Lama’s in no time. And, they thrive on […]

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Q&A: Angie Grimm
By May 26, 2016 Read More →

Q&A: Angie Grimm

Award-winning Canyon Springs teacher on the sarcasm and seriousness of teens, and her passion for a poorly paying job.  By Sandi Carll— Every day is a new opportunity to make a lasting impression on an adolescent. That is, if you’re Angie Grimm. A proud Canyon Springs “Wolf” since 2007, Grimm was recently awarded DVUSD’s Demonstration […]

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Prickett vs. the Asteroid
By May 24, 2016 Read More →

Prickett vs. the Asteroid

By Chris Prickett— Back in the 60s, my three spinster aunties lived a few blocks from my home. It seemed like every weekend we were volunteered by my mom to do some type of monotonous chore that was usually weed related. All the while, my aunts would complain about their various maladies, aches and pains, […]

Kidney Stones on the Rise
By May 24, 2016 Read More →

Kidney Stones on the Rise

  By Karen Goveia– If you’ve ever experienced the sudden, sharp pain of a kidney stone, it’s probably some of the worst pain you have ever felt. If misery loves company, you might be glad to know… the company is growing. Recent analysis of 16 years of data found the incidence of kidney stones is […]

Chi-Town vs. New York
By May 20, 2016 Read More →

Chi-Town vs. New York

  By Chris Prickett— You can argue all you’d like, but you’d be wrong. The best pizza isn’t even a pizza, it’s a “tomato pie” which can be found in and around, coincidently, the greatest city in all the land, which is Philadelphia. The big difference between a tomato pie and a pizza is that […]

Party in the Park…
By May 20, 2016 Read More →

Party in the Park…

  True to Life is the third band in the lineup for the month-long Music in May series at Anthem’s community park. A high-energy dance band, True to Life plays an eclectic mix from Top 40 to disco, country and blues. Music in May True To Life 7–9 p.m., Friday, May 20 Anthem Community Park […]

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LDS Seminary Variance Proposal Fails
By May 19, 2016 Read More →

LDS Seminary Variance Proposal Fails

With a vote of two in favor and three opposed, the proposal for a variance to convert a residential home to an LDS seminary has failed at the Parkside HOA meeting Thursday, May 19. The deciding vote was cast by newest board member Chris Yano who was seated immediately after a previous meeting when the […]

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Parking Problem in Patio Homes Resolved
By May 19, 2016 Read More →

Parking Problem in Patio Homes Resolved

(Well, the battle over those exorbitant fines is over… for now.) By Nadine Shaalan— The street parking problem that pit neighbor against neighbor and confounded the Anthem Parkside HOA for years has been resolved. In a meeting Monday, May 9, the board passed Resolution 16.9 to reinstate the original fine structure for street parking, overturning […]

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