A Lifestyle of Fitness

Kim LaJoye-Redus, owner of Anytime Fitness, started her career selling prosthesis to people who needed total joint replacements. For 15 years, she found it to be very rewarding, but something was missing. So she went back to school and got her master's in kinesiology. Her motivation was to own her own business where she could help and connect with people…

Carefree Smile

Though patients surely have noticed that Carefree Smile in Cave Creek is under new ownership, Dr. Sam Swainhart wants everyone to know that little else has changed. Longtime local dentist Dr. Peter Finocchiaro announced his retirement last summer, and in hopes of continuing the legacy of exceptional cosmetic and general dentistry at Carefree Smile that has been over two decades…

Concierge Medicine: A New Approach to Healthcare

The inefficiencies of the current state of our health care system are well known, and as general practices and physicians have had to take on an increasing number of patients in an effort just to meet their budgetary needs, it is the quality of interaction with their patients that has been sacrificed. In an effort to return that focus back…

Horses & Horsepower

Like a refreshing gust of wind, a certain change comes over North Scottsdale each fall for just one day. Like clockwork, the Sixth Annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships will return once again to West World of Scottsdale on November 5, 2016, promising an extravaganza brimming with the best of sports, entertainment, fashion and culture.

Reel Works

Parents are constantly looking for creative and artistic outlets for their children. From painting and drawing to theater, dance and music, the hope is always to ignite a passion and discover an outlet that will help pave a path toward a lifetime of continued learning, discovery and satisfaction. As an actor moving to Arizona from Los Angeles eleven years ago,…

House Call

I started working for a corporate veterinary clinic right after graduating from veterinary school. While I can say that corporate medicine wasn’t my cup of tea, I did learn a lot in those first two years working solo.