Learn from local experts, shop 2023 trends at the Maricopa County Home & Garden Show

The Maricopa County Home & Garden Show, the largest home show in the Southwest, returns to the Arizona State Fairgrounds Friday, January 13th through Sunday, January 15th, featuring more than 900 vendors and dozens of seminars and workshops. In its 30th year, the show offers an opportunity to support Arizona businesses, enjoy outdoor gardening, and … Read more

Food in a nutshell: 12/31/2022

New Year’s walk THOMPSONVILLE – A family-friendly art tour begins the morning of Jan. 11 at Michigan’s Legacy Art Park. Executive Director Angie Quinn leads this winter trip to see the outdoor sculptures. The tour includes new installations: a pine cone forest and two gates. Admission is $10 per adult; Free for veterans and youth. … Read more

These cities are taking urban agriculture to the next level.

Want to support the hyperlocal food movement and get your groceries from your backyard? You might not think it’s possible to live in a big city, but these innovative programs are bringing urban farming to a neighborhood near you. All that is needed to grow a revolution is a seed of inspiration. Urban farms do … Read more

The A&E Calendar is the best for local entertainment

Registration for the Summer Studio Youth Arts Education at Huhkinson Arts Center, 15 Franklin St. “Sherman and March to the Sea” by Jim and Joyce Hendrix on Civil War’s Day 30-3 Re 30 at the Mecker County Museum, Hall, 308 N. Marshall Ave., Litchfield. . Introduction is a membership, which includes free e-mails that anticipate … Read more

Harvest, enjoy the garden, mint and

Add a little cool flavor to your drinks, meals and desserts with home-grown cinnamon this summer. Try using peppermint leaves in fruit cocktails and ice cream. Add spice to your tea or use lamb and jelly to taste the leaves. Or try chocolate mint to get a unique, sweet and refreshing taste in desserts and … Read more