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To honor the mighty men and women who've given their all for the country, the 2014 Salute Our Troops Run puts running shoes on the ground in a scenic shuffle packed with pride. It's all for a good cause, too: the run benefits the Military Assistance Mission of Arizona in providing financial aid and morale for current Arizona active duty military, their families, and wounded warriors. With races in both Phoenix and Tucson, participants can absorb the scenery on the 5K run/walk or leapfrog over their next of kin in the family fun run. Afterward, achievers collect their awards and a festival for families features jump castles, crafts, a military honor wall, and a special military ceremony.
Stella Bella owner Kristin Provvidenti has good reason to be sensitive to sensitive skin. The medical makeup artist and permanent cosmetic technician is a survivor of cancer, so when she went about creating her own line of skincare products, it was important to her to use ingredients that would benefit chemotherapy patients in particular, and people with sensitive skin in general. The result is a collection of moisturizers, cleansers, and exfoliants that nourish skin without irritating it.
Since its inception, the Stella Bella line has grown like a rabbit's Christmas-card list. It now comprises tanning formulas, salt scrubs, mineral cosmetics, and even microfiber brushes. Perhaps the key to its success is transparency; one page on the company's website lists and describes all the main ingredients the products use—and the ones they avoid.
The nationally acclaimed pizzasmiths at Papa John's hand-toss dough in preparation for a miscellany of fresh meat, locally sourced veggies, and all-natural sauce. The menu sets out more than 15 toppings ($1–$1.50), such as pepperoni, black olives, and jalapeños, which adorn four sizes of original thin pizza ($7+) bedecked with fresh tomato sauce and cheese that unites the diverse ingredients much as a squabbling family is united by a love for pizza. Preselected topping combos ($11–$18) save stomachs from indecision; The Works proffers three types of meat, three vegetables, and olives, and the hawaiian barbecue chicken calls for a truce in the eternal fruit-veggie food fight with the addition of pineapple.
Brewfest on Lincoln supplies each of its visitors with 20 sampling tickets, ensuring that they get ample 3-ounce tastings of their chosen brews to rinse their mouths. Local food vendors dish out plates to pair with each foamy pour. The afternoon's entertainment draws from a variety of genres, featuring bands from genres ranging from R & B to classic rock.
Jeff and Deb Bitton began blazing the trails of Idaho in 1969, leading horseback expeditions into the mountains and hills of the American frontier. Thirty years later, the couple fulfilled their own manifest destiny by expanding their operation to Arizona, where they help equestrians trot along the public lands of Cave Creek Regional Park and Estrella Mountain Regional Park, the headquarters of Corral West Adventures. There, groups of riders mount up with Jeff and Deb to explore the rolling hills and mountains as the region’s first settlers did—taking cell-phone photos from their saddles. By settling in Estrella Park, Corral West has been able to extend its services beyond trail rides, hosting yearly festivals, teaching rodeo techniques, and hosting romantic wagon rides ending with campfires that blaze against the beautiful matte-painting backdrop of the Estrella Mountains.