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Native Trails - Celebration of Southwest Native American Culture 
Native Trails a free family friendly event at Scottsdale Civic Center Mall in downtown  Scottsdale presented by Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation & produced by  Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts & Scottsdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. Taking place most Thurs. & Sat. now thru April 10th from Noon- 1:30 p.m. The event celebrates Native American society & individual cultures of Southwest thru music, dance, story telling & pottery textiles. Visit or call 480-421-1004.

Rachel Harris - Love on the Cheap 
>>View Rachel's article on Love on the cheap

Chef Mark Tarbell, Tarbell’s
Tarbell’s at 3213 E. Camelback Rd. can be reached at 602-955-8100  or visit
>>View Chef Mark's recipe for Kale salad with hemp seed
Dr. Grey Stafford, Wildlife World Zoo – Interesting Creatures
For more information on Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium’s go to or call 623-935-WILD. – Musical Variety
Arizona Musicfest at various times & locations in N. Scottsdale thru March 7th. 
Marion  Meadows Celebrates Black History Month at ASU Kerr Cultural Center  Sun. 1:30pm.
Sunday A’Fair performed by Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts in Scottsdale Civic Center Mall on Sun. Feb.14th Noon – 4pm thru April 11th. 

Kali Ray Torres, Yoga Instructor -
Freeing the Emotional Body with Hip Openers 
For more information on Kali’s yoga segment visit
>>View Kali Ray's article on Freeing the emotional body

Flowers provided by: AVANT- GARDE William and Company Floral Design Studio located at 803 North 7th St. in Phoenix. For more information call 602-252-1685, fax 602-252-1686, email or visit them on the web at