Incredibly delicious, Mama G’s grilled shrimp salad is quick and easy to prepare

Grilled Jumbo Shrimp Salad  Incredibly delicious, Mama G’s grilled shrimp salad is quick and easy to prepare.   Grilled Jumbo Shrimp Prep time: 15 minutes Cook time: 10 minutes   For the shrimp: Extra virgin olive oil, as needed 3          jumbo shrimps (U4/6), peeled and deveined 2          Tbsp. chopped parsley 1          clove garlic, peeled and minced 1.5       tsp. kosher salt 2          tsp. ...

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Stylist Martin Weston offers a glimpse of what to look out for this season

Hair Trends  Stylist Martin Weston offers a glimpse of what to look out for this season.   In September 1979, I began my senior year of high school. Back then, my hair fell to my shoulders in a shag cut made popular by actor Leif Garrett, and thanks to Sun-In, I was surfer blond, but not everyone was crazy about my hair. Within the first week of school, my mother picked me up and asked if I wanted to j ...

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The 2017 Jeep Compass Limited 4×4 is ready for some action

Urban Warrior  The 2017 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 is ready for some action. There’s an adventure in every direction with the redesigned, second-generation Jeep Compass. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ intent with the Compass was to create a Jeep that could be a volume seller in many global markets, as many consider the Cherokee too large and the Renegade too small. As the first generation Compass exits the market ...

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Kuma heads north for some camping adventures

Dog town Lake  Kuma heads north for some camping adventures. Told by Kuma and written by Lorraine Bossé-Smith I always love when my folks load up the car with snacks, drinks, and our hiking gear. It means we’re going on an adventure. Now, when I see our new camper trailer, I know we’ll be heading some place new and exciting. Woof! We drove about two hours north of Phoenix to Flagstaff, but we didn’t stop th ...

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Judge Gerald A. Williams questions if we should celebrate America’s birthday in September

Happy Birthday, America?  Judge Gerald A. Williams questions if we should celebrate America’s birthday in September.   The Fourth of July remains one of my favorite holidays; but is our nation’s birthday actually in September? Let’s look at some key historical dates, all of which happened in September. September 9, 1776: Congress names our new nation the United States of America September 18, 1776: Geo ...

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Merrill Gardens at Anthem: Local retirement facility celebrates the grand opening of their Anthem facility.

Merrill Gardens at Anthem  Local retirement facility celebrates the grand opening of their Anthem facility. By Sondra Barr Photos by Shannon Fisher Residents started moving into Merrill Gardens at Anthem in May. Now, they’re officially ready to celebrate their beautiful 85086 community with a grand opening party on Sept. 14 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Mix and mingle with residents and neighbors while enjoying foo ...

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The Ledge is a true-life account of tragedy and survival

True Adventure  The Ledge is a true-life account of tragedy and survival. By Kristine Abrams Gresh Did you check out Jim Davidson’s The Ledge (written with Kevin Vaughan)? I was looking for an intense true adventure book and I got it. It's the account of two friends, Davidson and his pal Mike Price, who set out to climb Mt. Rainer. They summit, they celebrate, but then tragedy strikes on the descent. Davids ...

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Better Botox: Dr. Kelly Collins on how zinc and digestive enzymes help achieve better and longer-lasting results

Better Botox  Dr. Kelly Collins on how zinc and digestive enzymes help achieve better and longer-lasting results.   Clinical research shows that taking mineral zinc, along with digestive enzymes that assist in absorption of the zinc, makes Botox last about 30 percent longer. Botox injections are fantastic at smoothing lines and wrinkles on the face and neck and are also used to diminish migraine severi ...

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Experiment with these interesting projects designed to encourage curiosity and creativity

Science Crafts  Experiment with these interesting projects designed to encourage curiosity and creativity. By Shannon Fisher Photos by Shannon Fisher Photography Since most children are now back in school, September is a great month to combine science and crafts. Here are a few quick and easy projects to pique your kid’s interest. Milk Sculpture You can make a sculpture with milk and vinegar. Start with a c ...

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The owners of ProSkill Plumbing, Heating, & Air are all about keeping it local

Brothers in Business  The owners of ProSkill Plumbing, Heating, & Air are all about keeping it local. Tyler and Travis Ringe, the brothers behind ProSkill Plumbing, Heating, & Air, are dedicated to serving the community and giving back to the area they call home. 85086 Magazine recently sat down with the duo to learn how they got their business off the ground. What were the circumstances surrounding ...

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