HOTLINE: Tuesday, Oct. 16

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by Linda Foss

azfamily.com

Posted on October 16, 2012 at 8:52 AM

Updated Tuesday, Oct 16 at 8:53 AM

Dr. Art Mollen
Today's topic of dicussion: Online Pharamacies. Dr. Mollen's Practice is located at 16100 N. 71st St in Scottsdale. For more information call 480-656-0016 or log onto www.drartmollen.com

Phoenix 10K Run is sponsored by Mollen Foundation.  To register for the event on November 4th go to www.phoenix10k.com

Kingsfoil
Indie pop band KINGSFOIL are touring in support of their new self-released album A BEATING HEART IS A BLEEDING HEART. The band features former "Malcolm in the Middle" star and Arizona resident Frankie Muniz. For more info on Kingsfoil: www.kingsfoil.com

ADOT seeks public comment for passenger rail, bus study connecting Phoenix, Tucson
As the Arizona Department of Transportation continues to study the feasibility of a passenger rail line or bus service between Phoenix and Tucson, the agency is again calling on the public to provide input on the seven alternatives that have been selected for further study.  The survey and the complete list of outreach events can be found at www.azdot.gov/passengerrail. The public comment period runs through Dec. 15

Belly Dance Superstars: The Magic of Dance
Mesa Arts Center
One East Main Street
Mesa, Arizona 85201
Box Office 480-644-6500

Humana Job Fair
Oct. 16 3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Oct. 17 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8990 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale
http://careers.humana.com/

GoDaddy Job Fair
Today 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Hilton Hotel
US 60 & Alma School, Mesa

Krispy Kreme - New location in Scottsdale
Krispy kreme is opening a new store today at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard. Doors open at 5:30 am. If you show up early, the first customers in line will  win freebies including free donuts for a year.

Energy Saving Tips
Thinking about the cooler weather that will evenutally be a part of our lives.
The department of energy says you can save yourself some money if you change your thermostat. It's advice is to get one that's programmable.
They start at $20 up to $120. It's supposed to save you as much as 15-percent on your bill.  For more energy saving tips go to www.energy.gov.
 

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