Tuesday, June 21Posted: Updated:
FDA Voluntary Recall of Frozen peas and mixed vegetables
For more information on the voluntary recall and a list of brand that are being recalled visit:
The Salvation Army Deploys Hydration Stations and Cooling Centers
The Salvation Army will deploy five Hydration Stations and Cooling Centers Sunday, June 19, in response to the extreme heat warning. Hydration Stations will provide chilled bottled water and safety information to individuals in or potentially in distress due to the heat. Locations designated as a Cooling Centers will also provide refuge from the heat. Hours will vary slightly with all station open between the hours of 9 a.m. 2 p.m. The centers are expected to remain open through Wednesday, June, 22.
Hydration Stations are located at:
- SW corner 16th St. and Jefferson (8 a.m. 2 p.m.)
Cooling Center are located at:
- 2707 E Washington St., Phoenix (8 a.m. 2 p.m.)
The Salvation Army Corps Locations:
- Phoenix Central Corps: 4343 N. 16th St., Phoenix, (8 a.m. 2 p.m.)
- Chandler Corps: 85 E. Saragosa St., Chandler, (8 a.m. 4:30 p.m.)
- Phoenix Citadel: 632 N. 3rd Ave (8 a.m. 4 p.m.)
(Previously NW corner of 3rd Ave. and Fillmore)
The Salvation Army is in need of volunteers at the Hydration Stations and Cooling Stations. Please call Danielle Shankle at 602-267-4117 or visit http://phoenixsa.volunteerfirst.org to volunteer. The Salvation Army will be collecting bottled water (8-16.9 oz.) throughout the summer. Individuals interested in donating can deliver water to 2707 E. Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ 85008 or drop off at any Safeway or Albertson's location.
For more information on The Salvation Army, please visit www.salvationarmyphoenix.org.
Urgent need for: Water and other heat relief items. "Code Red: Heat Relief
With Valley temperatures expected to hit 120 degrees this week, Phoenix Rescue Mission is gearing up to ensure the Valley's homeless have the essential heat-relief items to get them through the next few days. In addition to hitting the streets in its Hope Coach van to deliver bottles of water and heat-relief items to the homeless this week, the Mission will keep Community Services Center doors to provide covered areas with misters and cold water. To help, people are encouraged to drop off water at the Mission's warehouse, which is open 8 to 4pm Monday through Friday.
The public can drop off water from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Mission's warehouse, 1468 N. 26th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85009.
This is a Valley-wide effort, with several municipalities, businesses and churches helping to collect heat relief items. For a complete list of items needed and drop-off locations, visit www.phoenixrescuemission.org.
The "Code Red: Summer Heat Relief" campaign runs through August 31, but the extreme temperatures expected this summer elevates the urgency to provide help to homeless men, women and children and elderly shut-ins.
New restaurant in Chandler. 55 Chicago doing Chicago style food and brewed beer from next door at the Perch.
55 W Chicago St.
Chandler, AZ 85225
Cross streets: Arizona Ave
4TH Of July Pet Safety Advice from Lost Our Home Pet Rescue:
July 5th is always one of the busiest days of the year for Valley animal shelters. While it's fun for us to celebrate with loud music, fireworks and backyard barbecues, dogs and cats are easily spooked by the loud noises and smells of the 4th of July.
1. Keep your pet indoors. Even if you pet is not easily frightened, fireworks scare most pets. Leave on a TV or music to help drown out the loud noises. You may not be near a firework show but that doesn't mean a neighbor won't set off fireworks.
2. Microchip you pet and make sure your pet is wearing a collar with an ID tag. A collar with an ID tag is the fastest and easiest way for people to reunite pets and families after the celebration is over. A microchip is a great backup in the event the collar gets off. If your pet happens to get out and is lost, it will be much faster to locate the rightful owner if the pet is microchipped or has a collar on with ID including name and phone number. (It's also great to have a current picture of your pet, just in case they go missing!)
3. Watch alcoholic drinks and pets. Alcoholic beverages have the potential to poison pets. Never leave your pet unattended with alcoholic drinks they could reach.
4. Don't feed leftovers to your pet. Barbecues can offer tantalizing treats for pets; however, most of them are toxic to our pets. Fatty and rich foods (and the seasonings on them) such as hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken and baby back ribs can wreak havoc on your pet's stomach, often leading to indigestion, upset stomach, diarrhea and ultimately pancreatitis. Onions and garlic, a common ingredient are toxic to dogs and cats and can lead to fatal poisoning.
5. Exercise your pet early in the day. With the hot Phoenix temperatures, dogs need to be walked in the early morning hours to avoid the peak hours of sun when the pavement is the hottest. A good rule of thumb is if it's too hot for you to walk barefoot on it for the distance they need to walk, it's too hot for pets too. Remember the longer the walk, the hotter the pavement will feel since there is not cooling down between the steps.
AAWL Pet for Adoption: Blonde
I bet you've never met a pup with more pep than me! I am always smiling and ready to play, and I'll sure let you know it! If you adopt me, we can go on a whole ton of adventures together and I'll be sure to lead the way. My nose can sniff out fun and I can lead you right to it! Think about it: walks, hikes, car rides...we could do it all! But, only if you adopt me! So, come down to the shelter and ask to meet Blondie (that's me) so we can hit it off and get outta here!
Chihuahua, Short Coat/Mix
5 years 1 month 8 days
Breed Chihuahua, Short Coat/Mix
Age 5 years 1 month 8 days
Intake Date 5/9/2016
Adoption Price $177.00
For more information visit: https://aawl.org/
Arizona Animal Welfare league
25 N 40th Street Phoenix AZ 85034
Summer heat brings hair woes! Pro-tips and at-home tips on keeping hair healthy in high temps! Did you know that the number one question stylists receive every summer is clients asking how to take care of their hair during our extreme weather?
Since we're heading into potentially record-breaking temperatures, and with high temps, UV damage and desert dryness being so punishing on hair, many viewers will likely be interested in ways they can take care of their hair. Amy Freudenberg, master stylist at Dre's Salon and Spa in Scottsdale has several pro-tips on how to keep hair looking great all summer long. Time to say goodbye to dry, brittle hair, split ends and tight scalps.
The summer, especially here in the Valley, does a real number of people's hair. The good news is that there are a lot of things we can do to help keep your hair looking and feeling great all summer.
Damage #1: UV Rays (science behind UV ray damage and what to look for)
- Pro tip: Sunscreen in hair/leave in conditioner and how to use it.
- At-home tip: Water/conditioner solution, how to make it and how to use it.
Damage #2: Chlorine/saltwater pools (science behind the damage and what to look for)
- Protip: Clarifier shampoo and how to use it.
- At-home tip: Baking soda mixture, how to make it and how to use it.
Damage #3: Hair weakness (science behind the damage and what to look for)
- Protip: Keratin (for moisture) and how to use it.
- At-home tip: Avocado mixture, how to make it and how to use it.
For more information visit: http://dreshairsalon.com/
Address: 15551 N Greenway Hayden Loop
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Phone: (602) 368-2009
Boutique a go go mobile shopping truck
Find Boutiqua (name of the truck) on all Social Media (FB, IG, Twitter) @boutiqueagogo
Every 1st & 3rd Tues at Food & Fashion Truck Fest~ NE Corner 32nd St/Cactus 6~8pm
Every 2nd Tues at Food & Fashion Truck Fest LIV Northgate Apts 455 S Recker Rd Gilbert 5~7
Every 1st Sat pop up shop at Postino Wine Café Gilbert 9:30~2
Every 3rd Sat pop up shop at Uptown Farmers Market~ SE Corner Bethany Home/Central 8~12
AZ Tomato Season/St Francis
June marks tomato season in Arizona with locally-grown tomatoes popping up in supermarkets across Phoenix for a steal! With more than 16 varieties of Arizona tomatoes to work with, Chef Suny Martinez-Santana, Chef de Cuisine of St. Francis has created amazing summer dishes using local Arizona tomatoes that viewers at home can easily recreate.
Arizona's 16 varieties of tomatoes in season for the month of June (where to buy them and what flavor profile each tomato has)
Demo of the "no cooking" required recipe for the new Heirloom Tomato dish on the summer menu at St. Francis. This easy recipe includes simply layering local tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion and burrata cheese atop crostini and drizzling with olive oil and red vine vinaigrette for a cool and savory summer dish.
111 E. Camelback Rd.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
For more information on paddleboard yoga, classes and fitness visit their website: