Thursday, January 12Posted: Updated:
HireLive Job Fair
HireLive.com will be hosting a job fair today, January 12th at the Embassy Suites Biltmore in Phoenix. The job fair starts at 9am to 12: 30pm.
Job Opportunities include:
Inside Sales Reps, Outside Sales Reps, Account Executives, Retail Managers, Account Managers, Insurance Sales, Customer Service, Technical Sales, Sales Managers, Pharmaceutical Sales, Telesales, Sales Trainer, Merchandiser, Mortgage Brokers, Financial Planner, Route Sales, Retail Sales, Retail Management, Human Resources and much more!
- Bring 10-15 Resumes
- Dress Business Professional
- This is a free event for job seekers
For more information, visit:
Thursday, January 12th
Embassy Suites Biltmore
2630 East Camelback Road
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Press Coffee opens today with free coffee!
Press Coffee is opening in Chandler Ocotillo with free drip coffee for everyone on Thursday, January 12. In addition to free drip coffee, people can enter to win coffee gift boxes and a coffee tasting class for 10 people.
For more information, visit: www.PressCoffee.com
Press Coffee Roasters - Ocotillo
2577 W. Queen Creek Rd.
Chandler, AZ 85248
Once-a-month vintage market offers DIY workshops
Highland Yard Vintage Market, a once-a-month market, is now launching renovation workshops and decorating classes in January to help people with their DIY projects.
January is also a HUGE sale month for our designers who are clearing out their current inventory, so there will be many pieces of furniture, home & garden items and more at reduced prices. There will also be a section dedicated to project pieces, for those looking for a project to kick off 2017.
Thursday 8a - 8p
Friday & Saturday 10a - 6p
Sunday 10a - 5p
Monday (MLK Day) 10a- 6p
Located in a separate warehouse behind Merchant Square
More than 50 local Designers and Makers this month.
For more information: www.facebook.com/Highlandyardvintage
Highland Yard Vintage Market
1509 N. Arizona Avenue
Shooter: Ryan Phillippe
We first fell in love with Ryan Phillippe in the 90's ("Cruel Intentions") now, he stars as an expert marksman living in exile in USA Network's, "Shooter." The movie is loosely based on the movie "Shooter." He tells us how he trained for the role of a military sniper, and about his work with the Hidden Heroes organization which provides resources for disabled veterans. "Shooter" finale airs Tuesday, January 17th at 10pm ET/PT on USA.
The story revolves around a con man, Marius (Giovanni Ribisi), who gets out of prison only to find himself hunted by the vicious gangster he once robbed. With nowhere else to turn, he takes cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cellmate, Pete, "reuniting" with Pete's estranged family -- who have no reason to suspect he's not their long-lost loved one.
Dave Owens, The Garden Guy
Warm weather gardening (tomato, eggplants)
"If you are looking to plant tomatoes this year you should be preparing your garden now, tomatoes need three things: afternoon shade, a lot of compost mixed with soft phosphate, and fertilizer. In Arizona you need to buy short-season varieties of tomatoes. These will get you tomatoes in less than 60-70 days. I suggest buying Early Girl, Heat Wave, Sweet 100's, Better Boy or my favorite Celebrity (Celebrity is extremely disease-resistant). Consistent watering is crucial to grow tomatoes in the valley. You may want to buy a small coffee can right beside the plant with holes in the sides and the top exposed. Fill the can up to water the plant. This helps with deep watering. Or mulch with 4 to 6 inches of compost. With as cool as the temperatures are right now, use a tomato cage and surround the tomato plant with clear plastic, creating a small greenhouse to protect it from the cold but make sure the plastic doesn't come into contact with the plant itself.
Eggplants another member of the tomato family thrive in the heat of the Sonoran Desert, but require ample water. They produce beautiful lavender flowers, and the lovely glossy fruit comes in colors ranging from white to lavender to dark purple and there are even striped varieties. These vegetables are perfect additions to the flower garden, adding both diversity and beauty. They are also indeterminate, which means it will continue to produce fruit until extreme heat or cold stops it. Once planted though they will be productive for at least two years if cared for well."