Saturday, Sept 13

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Brittney was out at ASU'S Gammage Auditorium this morning, where tickets just went on sale for Disney's The Lion King, coming to Gammage in January. For more information call 480-965-3434 or email

Cystic Fibrosis

The 28th Annual Cystic Fibrosis Stair Climb and Firefighter Challenge is raising money and awareness of Cystic Fibrosis. For more information on the event, log on to And if you'd like to know more about the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Arizona, visit

Arts Calendar

A comprehensive calendar of the Greater Phoenix region's theater, music, dance, exhibits, festivals and more can be found at, along with a Ticket Marketplace that sells last-minute discount tickets and other special offers for events throughout the Valley. is a project of the non-profit Alliance for Audience.


If you're interested in volunteering in the community, The LifeBridge Community Volunteer Center is holding a volunteer fair today until 11 am. They are located at Orangewood Church at 7510 N. 27th Avenue in Phoenix. For more information log on to our website at

Travel Tips

For more travel tips from Rosanne Coloccia call 602-252-1140 or e-mail

Massage Envy

Massage Envy will be holding their 4th annual "Massage for a Cure" on Monday September 15th. The massages are free, but donations are encourage, and will go towards breast cancer research. Massage Envy has various locations throughout the state, for more information log on to

Garden Guy

Garden Guy Dave Owens' book, "Extreme Gardening," is sold at Walgreen's, Changing Hands Bookstore, Borders Books, Barnes & Noble and Southwest Gardener located at 15th Avenue and Thomas Road. Be sure to read his latest column in the Cooking & Home section, too. The Garden Guy Store is located at 520 W. Warner. Contact him at, or visit


Today we featured fashions for men and women from the new CH Carolina Herrera boutique at Scottsdale Fashion Square. For more information call 480-421-9960. And for more on Ford/Robert Black modeling, visit

Art for the Cure

Art for the Cure, a unique exhibit featuring works from the private art collection of the founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, can now be seen at the Phoenix Art Museum. The exhibit is an effort to unite people with a passion for art with those who want to fight breast cancer worldwide. For more information on the exhibit, call 602-257-1222 or visit And for on the Phoenix affiliate of the Susan G. Komen foundation, call 602-544-CURE or log on to