This time of year can be a bit hectic, filled with holiday shopping and events galore. And if you’re entertaining at home for the holidays, sometimes you just need an easy recipe to take your stress level down a notch. Today, Stefano Fabbri of Pomo Pizzeria offers an uncomplicated recipe for piadina, “a bread brought from the Roman Empire,” he says.
About eight years ago, Tim Vasquez, owner of Someburros and Isabel’s Amor, was so moved by an annual family gathering in Guadalupe that he wrote a book about it called “The Taco Stand.” “Just seeing the family gathered around the table and sharing memories around food was the inspiration,” Vasquez says. The main character is based on the family matriarch and Vasquez’s grandmother, Isabel, who passed away 32 years ago. “It’s not necessarily a true story, but Isabel is the main character who loves to cook for other people.”
Geri Wright’s nonprofit fundraising career has spanned more than 25 years and has included stints at the Heard Museum and Arizona Theatre Company. After a mutual friend introduced Wright to the founders of Act One, a nonprofit organization that provides arts experiences to lower-income school children in Maricopa and Pima counties, she came on board in 2015. Now Act One’s CEO and president, Wright is passionate about the organization’s mission and shares why arts education for children is vital.
An Arizona lawsuit might change the way Social Security treats same-sex couples.