Friday, Aug. 21

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Phoenix Art Museum -- Lowrider Exhibition Phoenix Art Museum is hosting Phantom Sightings Fiesta Day, a community and cultural festival on Saturday, Aug. 22, from noon to midnight that will feature lowrider cars and bicycles, live music, artist demonstrations, performances, workshops, exhibition tours, food, drinks and more. To learn more about Phoenix Art Museum, visit , or call the 24-hour recorded information line at 602-257-1222.

Angel Flight West For more information, visit .

Electric Motorcycles Zero Motorcycles will be demonstrating four of its bikes at ASU tomorrow. For more information, visit .

New Gadgets SweatBlock antiperspirant: Ear Bud Covers: , $10.99 Windshield Wonder: , $10 Handy Recorder: , $180 Headphones: , $99 Cryo LX notebook cooler: , $69.99 Pogo Sketch: , $14.95

Restaurant Review With Nikki Buchanan -- Pittsburgh Willy's Pittsburgh Willy's is located at 1509 N. Arizona Ave. For more information, call 480-857-2860.

"Avatar" -- James Cameron , Director "Avatar" opens in theaters in December, but there is a 15-minute preview at local IMAX theaters in 3D. For more information, visit or .

Craig Outhier, Movie Critic All the movies featured in the movie review are in theaters now.

Home Depot -- Decorative Trims You can find Debbie Hernandez at the Home Depot located at Arrowhead, off the Loop 101 and 59th Avenue. For more information, visit .


TO HELP WITH AED DONATIONS AT GILBERT SCHOOLS: The East Valley Chapter intends to further the mission of the national Sudden Cardiac Arrest Association through education and awareness, advocacy, outreach, and support for those whose lives have been changed by sudden cardiac arrest. To join, simply register at or email .

MESA GETS FEDERAL HELP AIMED AT PREVENTING HOMELESSNESS The goal is to prevent people from becoming homeless and to quickly re-house those who are homeless.? The City of Mesa has signed a contract with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to receive approximately $1.4 million from the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP).? The three year program was created as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The program is designed for people who are about to be evicted or have their utilities disconnected.? Activities eligible for HPRP funding include short and medium-term rental assistance, security deposits, utility payments, moving assistance, legal services and housing search and placement.? People eligible for HPRP are individuals or families who are homeless or are about to become homeless, who earn at or below 50 percent of the area median income.? For a family of four, the area median income is $32,950.? Eligible program participants must have no alternative housing options and must lack financial resources and support networks needed to obtain or remain in housing.? All participants must have an initial consultation with a case manager.? The intent of the program is to provide temporary assistance, not long-term support.? HPRP is not a mortgage assistance program.? Congress has established other funds to assist homeowners. For more information on HPRP, contact City of Mesa Housing and Revitalization at (480) 644-3536.

Family Fun & Craft Fair! It will take place on Saturday, August 22 from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Calvary Community Church, located on 12612 N. Black Canyon Hwy. in Phoenix. All proceeds will be donated to the Josh E. Sanders Medical Fund to help provide a life-saving surgery for Josh. For more information, email .

Sunnygram Contact Sunnygram Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. You can write to them at P.O. Box 5318 in Glendale, California 91221 or go to . ?