Tuesday, January 17

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AAWL National Walk Your Dog Month

It's National Walk Your Dog Month and our friends at the Arizona Animal Welfare League are teaching us leash etiquette and showing us other gadgets for the next time you take your pup for a walk.

For more information on visit: https://aawl.org/                             

Arizona Animal Welfare league
25 N 40th Street Phoenix AZ 85034
602-273-6852

Russo and Steele Auction finds new home at Salt River Fields

Russo and Steele Collector Automobile Auctions returns to Scottsdale January 18-22, but now the event will take place at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. The annual auction is a staple event in the Valley with some of the most exclusive automobiles. Tomorrow, Wed, Jan 18th is preview day. 

Russo and Steele is known across the globe as "The World's Most Exciting Collector Automobile Auction". Year in and year out the event brings forth the most complete collection of fine collector automobiles available anywhere during Arizona Car Week. The annual auction will feature their well-established "auction in the round" format with five days and more than 800 cars crossing the block.

Bidder registration is $200 and includes admission for all five days of Auction in the Round action for the bidder and one lucky guest. For 

Russo and Steele places buyers, sellers and enthusiastic spectators up close and personal with vehicles.

For more information: www.russoandsteele.com.

Salt River Fields 
7555 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Yoga Wall

The Scottsdale Community College yoga instruction program now boasts a professional yoga wall, thanks to a student-led fundraising plan that netted more than $6,000. 

The fundraising included personal donations, primarily from students, that ranged from $20 to $2,000, proceeds from T-shirt sales and $1,000 from the college's Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance department budget.   
 
SCC's Facilities Department built and installed the wall, saving about $8,000 in projected costs from outside vendors. 
  
Located inside SCC's Fitness and Wellness Center, the wall, which stands 8 ft. by 20 ft., assists those studying and practicing yoga in achieving some of the practice's more difficult poses through a sophisticated system of bars, belts, ropes and pulleys.

For information on yoga classes, contact 480-423-6771 or visit http://www.scottsdalecc.edu

Scottsdale Community College, 
9000 E. Chaparral Road,      
  
Phoenix Magazine: Where to Eat 2017 issue

Phoenix Magazine’s Where to Eat issue identifies 10 hot dining trends for 2017 and where you can find them. 

Issue also highlights a "coming soon" roster of new restaurants we can't wait to try.

Scottsdale's The Fat Ox, from top chef Matt Carter, just opened and is a good place to try several of these culinary innovations in one place. 

For more information, visit: http://www.phoenixmag.com/food-reviews/where-to-eat-2017.html

For information on the Fat Ox visit: www.ilovefatox.com

6316 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85253
(480)307-6900

Diabetic Cover Girl

Christina Jordan, Master Nutritionist & Owner of Fit Body Weight Loss in Gilbert, Arizona give three tips on how to make weight loss FUN>

3 Tips to KICKSTART weight loss FUN
 F= Find your motivation. For Christina it's being healthy and alive for her family and staying
accountable to her clients she sees on a daily basis at her clinic
 U= Understand how your body operates. It NEEDS healthy food to function and thrive.
 N= Never give up. No matter how many times you fall off that wagon or mess up you just keep going and you get right back on track.

For more information, visit: www.fitbodyweightloss.com

Christina Jordan, Master Nutritionist
Fit Body Weight Loss
1-844-537-2408
33 N. Lindsay Rd., #105
Gilbert, AZ 85234

Hunted premiers on Sunday, January 22nd on CBS 5

Hunted follows nine teams of two in a real-life manhunt as they attempt the nearly impossible task of disappearing in today's vast digital world as highly skilled investigators combine state-of-the-art tracking methods with traditional tactics to pursue and catch them. From searching their targets' homes and scouring their internet and cell phone histories, to identifying behavioral patterns, Hunters in the field and Command Center investigators work together to identify clues to potential hiding places and collaborators that can ultimately lead to capture. Will the anxiety of being fugitives on the run cause teams to make a critical error, or will they be able to stay off the grid long enough to avoid being found within 100,000 square miles of the southeastern United States? A grand prize of $250,000 will be awarded to each team that successfully evades being caught for up to 28 days.

"Hunted" will premiere on Sunday, Jan. 22nd at 8 pm on Channel 5.
The series moves to Wednesdays on Jan. 25, with a special two-hour episode at 7 pm.

For more information, visit: http://www.cbs.com/shows/hunted/