Interview with James A. Schweikert Phoenix, Arizona – James A. Schweikert, Founder of Breakthrough Parents LLC., is a certified…
Interview with Keith Brown Phoenix, Arizona – Marriage is common. Usually, about 90% of us marry. However, divorce is also…
Michelle Terrell, a Health and Wellness Coach, provides support and counseling to men in toxic relationships or who are trying to extricate themselves from toxic relationships. Many of these men are fathers who are trying to protect their children and preserve their relationship with their children.
Phoenix, Arizona – Jeff Hebner, CEO and Founder of Deck of a Deal, has created an app that people…
Phoenix, Arizona – The Phoenix area has a large network of modern libraries. One library is the Cesar Chavez library in south Phoenix. It is next to a large park and lake. The library is spacious, modern, and engages in community outreach. It is important for the surrounding community and is often a meeting places for groups. It is also a good place to reach out to if you are in need of reference materials as they have a full-time librarian.
Todd Thommes, a transplant for Los Angeles, has been trying to break into film scoring for two decades. He worked in Hollywood as a script reader and other jobs, while trying to make contacts in the music industry. Hollywood is a competitive environment and this was in an age before the proliferation of music on the internet. Mr. Thommes got a gig playing at the Sofitel Hotel. There he mostly played jazz piano. He met a few jazz greats, but none led to the big break.
Phoenix, Arizona – The 2019 Phoenix Fall Festival took place on November 2, 2019 from 10AM to 4 PM in Nance Park in downtown Phoenix. The Festival has been in operation for fifteen years and has become a Phoenix tradition.
Phoenix, AZ – Todd Thommes, a composer and musician, is an Arizona transplant from Los Angeles and has begun doing commissioned independent compositions for various people, especially those with podcasts. He began playing the piano at four years old – when he used to be awakened by his mother playing Chopin on the downstairs piano.
Phoenix, Arizona – The McClelland Irish Center in Phoenix, Arizona has been in existence for twenty years and its landmark building is downtown and not far from several Phoenix art museums. The building is cobbled gray stone with a grand entrance way. It is distinctive in this desert city.
Phoenix, Arizona – The Irish Center in Phoenix, Arizona was established twenty years ago and has been important in informing the public about Irish culture, Irish language, and Irish history. The Irish Center currently has an exhibit – created by the Irish government – entitled the “The Irish in Latin America”. Thousands of Irish went to Latin America during the Famine and many more followed during the Irish Revolution.