Mừng Giáng Sinh 2013 – Báp Tít Hiệp Nhất Phoenix, Arizona

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Slanted Rice Vietnamese Bistro

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của azcentral.com Slanted Rice Vietnamese Bistro opens in Scottsdale By Howard Seftel Republic restaurant critic


Theo nguồn tin trên trang blog của phoenixnewtimes.com Slanted Rice Falls Short in North Scottsdale By Laura Hahnefeld


ADDRESS: 6149 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite A-105, Scottsdale, AZ, 85250 PHONE: 480-696-3116. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/slantedrice

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Phoenix Air Conditioning & Heating Contractor Gives Tips to Help Prepare for the Cold Winter Season

Theo nguồn tin của Air Care Cooling & Heating trên mạng prweb.com Air Care Cooling & Heating in Phoenix, Arizona offers tips to help homeowners prepare for the cold temperatures.

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 26, 2013

Tips to Help Busy People Prepare for the Cold Winter Season

Preparing the home for the cold weather takes a lot of work and many homeowners have a scarcity of time available. Caring for a home can actually feel like a full-time job, especially when people have yet to get a routine in place. Unfortunately, failing to prepare home for AZ winter can lead to emergencies that will create no choice but to focus on problems. The best way to avoid these emergencies is to find preparation solutions that work for specific circumstances. This way, no matter a homeowner’s lifestyle and other obligations, all they need to get done for the cold weather is accomplished.

What are some of the things that can be done to ensure cold weather prep is completed?

Start Early

It is never too early to begin thinking about winter weather prep. Some people even schedule heat service Phoenix, AZ for mid-summer in anticipation of the cold weather. Even those who are not prepared to bring in professional service technicians before the first wisp of autumn can get a few things accomplished early on. Make a list of everything that needs to be completed and put it into a schedule. Sometimes planning is enough to keep things focused and ensure they are completed in time.

Divvy Up Tasks for Everyone

Once a list is made, decide who handles what in the household. When one person is forced to take all of the responsibility for winter prep, things can fall by the wayside. If each person has a little bit to do, things go smoothly. Assign one person the task of insulating the windows, another the task of scheduling heater service, and so on. When several people have just a few things to accomplish, things tend to fall into place better than if one person is overwhelmed by all there is to do.

Keep Tabs from Year to Year

Getting the house ready for winter the first year or two is a tough undertaking, but once a homeowner understands all that is involved, things go a little easier. Save the to-do list from year to year, so everyone knows exactly what is needed. Once a routine is established, it is a lot easier to get things done in preparation of the winter weather.

Undo as Little as Possible at the End of Each Season

Consider whether there are winter projects that can be left alone throughout the year. Are there windows insulated in rooms that are rarely used? Just leave those insulated all year round. This might not save a lot of time, but every few minutes count when there is so much to do.

Call in the Pros

Still not sure it is possible to get everything done in preparation of the winter weather? It might be time to call in a professional to handle a few of the jobs. The truth is there are some things homeowners should not attempt to do. A Phoenix A/C professional is needed to service the furnace and clean the fireplaces and handle a variety of jobs that require special skills and training. Air Care Cooling & Heating can help homeowners prep for the coming cold and avoid weather-related emergencies in their homes this winter.


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bestofluxury.com Phổ Biến 10 Nhà Hàng Ngon Và Sang Trọng Tại Thành Phố Phoenix Trong Tháng 12 Năm 2013

Theo nguồn tin của bestofluxury.com trên mạng prweb.com 10 Best Phoenix Fine Dining Restaurants Released by bestofluxury.com for December 2013 1- Kai 2- Prado 3- Modern Steak 4- Sassi 5- Kabuki Japanese Restaurant 6- Binkley’s Restaurant 7- El Chorro 8- Top of the Rock Restaurant & Bar 9- Voltaire 10- Hillstone


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Phoenix Home Remodeling Company, Republic West Remodeling, Launches Guide on "How to Prevent the Home Remodeling Nightmare"

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của The Phoenix Star PHOENIX, Dec. 19, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Phoenix home remodeling company, Republic West Remodeling, announced it has developed and released a new guide titled “How to Prevent the Home Remodeling Nightmare.” The document details what steps homeowners need to take to ensure a successful outcome to their projects. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131219/MN36328) To shape the outcome of projects, the new guide includes the top five things homeowners should never do during remodeling. In addition, the guide discusses in detail five major guidelines for project success. For example, the guide outlines the following main topics: What research homeowners need to do before they interview contractors How to develop a strong relationship with the selected contractor What homeowners need to know about their contractor’s current workload Everything homeowners need to know about how the contractor will manage their project What elements need to be included in the final contract “Our company wants to help homeowners protect themselves from sub-par contractors and nightmare projects,” said Jim Weisman, owner of Republic West Remodeling, a leading Phoenix home remodeling company. “This new resource guide will arm homeowners with useful knowledge so their projects become success stories. We hope by reading our new guide, they’ll approach contractor selection assertively, remain vigilant throughout their projects, and end up with the home of their dreams.” Interested homeowners can download the guide by clicking here. They can also request a complimentary design consultation by calling 480-428-2695 or visiting the company’s website. About Republic West Remodeling Republic West Remodeling is a leading specialist of home improvement in Phoenix, offers the highest quality home remodeling services including kitchens, bathrooms, room additions and outdoor living spaces. Jim Weisman founded the company in 2011 after co-founding Republic West in 1995. The belief from the beginning was that ethical standards, honest communication, quality work performed by company employees and a low key education and design driven sales approach was what the customer yearned for. Republic West Remodeling is an operationally driven company that utilizes various disciplines, processes and procedures to help insure that it can deliver what is promised and is careful to only promise what it can control. Learn more about Republic West Remodeling’s home remodeling services in Arizona and the Phoenix Metro area by visiting the company’s website. Media Contact: Jim Weisman, Republic West Remodeling, 480-428-2695, jweisman@republicwestremodeling.com News distributed by PR Newswire iReach: https://ireach.prnewswire.com SOURCE Republic West Remodeling RELATED LINKS http://www.republicwestremodeling.com


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Kicking For The Dream Reaches $30,000 Fundraising Goal to Fight Ovarian Cancer with 9 Days Left in its Fundraising Campaign

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của The Phoenix Star With 9 days left in its fundraising campaign, Kicking For The Dream has reached its fundraising goal of $30,000 to help fight ovarian cancer, according to Kicking For The Dream founder NFL kicker Billy Cundiff

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 21, 2013

After surpassing its original fundraising goal of raising $20,000, Kicking For The Dream has now reached its extended fundraising goal of $30,000 according to Kicking For The Dream Founder NFL Kicker Billy Cundiff.

Cundiff says he is overwhelmed by the success of Kicking For The Dream's fundraising efforts, adding that people are still raising money – and awareness- with 9 days left in its fundraising campaign.

“We are thrilled that we have reached our goal of raising $30,000,” says Cundiff who is the kicker for the Cleveland Browns. “The people participating in Kicking For The Dreams fundraising effort continue to raise awareness about ovarian cancer, as they raise money to support cutting edge research.”

Cundiff says Kicking For The Dream was created to bring kicking specialists together -from every level- to join in the fight against ovarian cancer. And it has done exactly that.

Some of the kicking specialists who have joined Kicking For The Dream’s effort represent the greatest names in NFL kicking history such as Morten Anderson, Neil Rackers and Matt Stover. Some are high school kickers such as Grant Ryerse, Joseph Giglio and Luke Taylor.

And one very special Kicking For The Dream fundraiser is ovarian cancer survivor Jill Pall, who has already raised over $8,700 during the campaign, and learned how to kick at the same time.

“Kicking specialists are some of the most caring and generous people I know,” says Cundiff. “And the support Kicking For The Dream has received from so many kicking specialists in this fundraising effort just confirms that.”

Cundiff says all money raised by Kicking For The Dream goes directly to Colleen’s Dream Foundation, a foundation he and his wife Nicole started in 2012 as a result of his mother-in-laws’ battle with ovarian cancer.

“Many women succumb to this disease within a short period of time, because unlike cervical or breast cancer, ovarian cancer does not have a standardized early detection procedure,” says Cundiff. “That is what happened to my mother-in-law, Colleen Drury.”

Cundiff says it was Colleen’s “dream” that someday other women would not have to go through what she went through when faced with ovarian cancer.

“Colleen felt it was important to raise money for research that will lead to reliable early detection testing and improved treatment for ovarian cancer,” says Cundiff. “Because so little is known about ovarian cancer in proportion to other women’s health issues, we have an incredible opportunity for research and education.”

About Kicking For The Dream:

Billy Cundiff, who is the kicker for the Cleveland Browns, and has been an NFL kicker for over 10 years for teams such as the Cowboys, Saints, Ravens and Redskins, launched Kicking For The Dream in May of 2013, as an effort to support Colleen’s Dream Foundation, a foundation which raises money to support research for the early detection of, and improved treatment for, ovarian cancer.

About Colleen's Dream Foundation:

Colleen’s Dream Foundation started in 2012 and supports research for early detection and improved treatment for ovarian cancer.

The story of Colleen’s Dream started in 2007 when Billy Cundiff’s mother-in-law, Colleen Drury, was diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer. It was only then that Colleen and her family realized a new world that was filled with invasive surgery, harsh chemotherapy, and lots of uncertainty.

Colleen’s Dream Foundation believes it is important to raise money for research that will lead to reliable early detection testing and improved treatment for ovarian cancer. Because so little is known about ovarian cancer in proportion to other women’s health issues, we have an incredible opportunity for research and education.

Colleen’s Dream is working with some of the top research hospitals and universities that are researching ovarian cancer. By offering seed funding to young investigators, the Foundation funds cutting-edge research by some of the brightest, young minds in the world.

Colleen’s Dream Foundation is a qualified 501 (c) (3) tax exempt non-profit organization based in Phoenix, Arizona.


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Gây Quỹ Cứu Trợ Nạn Nhân Bão Haiyan (Fundraiser for Victims of Haiyan Typhoon)

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng Facebook của ut Tre Magazine Nguyệt San Bút Tre Trân Trọng Kính Mời Đêm nhạc gây quỹ cứu trợ nạn nhân bão Haiyan. 100% event proceeds will go towards the victim of Haiyan Typhoon. 100% tiền bán vé & đấu giá sẽ được đưa vào quỹ “Bên Em Đang Có Ta” của Trung Tâm Asia & Dài SBTN để cứu trợ Nạn Nhân Bão Lục Philippines và Việt Nam – Sẽ có phóng viên Đại SBTN (từ Cali) đến tham dự & nhận tiền cứu trợ ngay khi chương trình kết thú” -Ngân phiếu cứu trợ xin đề “Bên Em Đang Có Ta’ -Số tiền gửi về VN sẽ qua 2 hội: Giáo Hội VN Thống Nhất và Giáo Phận Công Giáo Miền Bắc/Tổng Giám Mục Hợp. Ngày 18 Tháng 1 Năm 2014 Tại Phoenix Palace Restaurant January 18, 2014 @ Phoenix Palace Restaurant. 2075 N. Dobson Road, Chandler, AZ 85224


PLEASE JOIN OUR EVENT FOR FUNDRAISER ON JANUARY 18, 2014. SHARE on your page, TAG a friend, INVITE a relative, PRESSURING a family member to go. OK, maybe not pressuring, but we would love to have your support. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!

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Thông Báo Đóng Cửa & Các Dịch Vụ Trong Ngày Lễ Giáng Sinh và Năm Mới

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của phoenix.gov Holiday Notice Dec. 17, 2013 City of Phoenix InformationCity of Phoenix offices will be closed beginning at noon on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24; on Christmas Day, Dec. 25; and New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Here’s how city services are affected: Transit: Phoenix city buses and Dial-A-Ride will operate using Sunday schedules on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24; Christmas Day, Dec. 25; and New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Express and RAPID buses will not operate. Valley Metro Light Rail will operate using Sunday schedules on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24; Christmas Day, Dec. 25, and New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Light rail also will run a regular schedule including late-night service on New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31, to serve the demand from special events. Trash and Recycling: Christmas Day – Wednesday’s collection moves to Thursday, Dec. 26; Thursday’s collection moves to Friday, Dec. 27; and Friday’s collection moves to Saturday, Dec. 28, New Year’s Day – Wednesday’s collection moves to Thursday, Jan. 2; Thursday’s collection moves to Friday, Jan. 3; Friday’s collection moves to Saturday, Jan. 4. Transfer Stations: Transfer stations will run on holiday hours (6 a.m. to noon) on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, and New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31. They will be closed on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, and New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Libraries: All Phoenix Public Library locations will be open from 9 a.m. to noon on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, and closed on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. All locations will close at 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, Dec. 31 (with First Night celebrations from 5 – 9 p.m. at three locations), and closed New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Parking Meters: They will be free beginning at noon on Christmas Eve, Dec. 24, and on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. They also will be free on New Year’s Day, Jan. 1. Media Contact: Public Information Office 602-262-717


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Sky Harbor Offers Parking Coupon, Travel Tips and Gift Wrapping

Theo nguồn tin trên mạng của phoenix.gov Dec. 17, 2013 Sky Harbor Airport EntranceTraveling this holiday season? America’s Friendliest Airport is offering a parking coupon, free gift-wrapping and valuable travel tips to help you on your journey. A parking coupon is available for those planning to park in the Airport terminal garages. The coupon is valid for 40 percent off the terminal garage rate Dec. 18, 2013 – Jan. 6, 2014. The coupon, which can be downloaded and printed from skyharbor.com or shown on a mobile device, allows travelers to park in the terminal garage for just $15 per day, compared to the usual rate of $25. This means no waiting for buses – just drive to your terminal, park, and walk directly to the ticket counter or security checkpoint. Customers can stay past Jan. 6; however, the discount is only valid Dec.18 – Jan. 6, 2014. All economy parking lots and garages, including the Terminal 2 garage economy section are excluded. If you’re using the parking coupon you should pull a ticket upon entering the garage. Sky Harbor is once again offering free gift wrapping at Terminal 4. Remember, the TSA encourages travelers not to wrap their gifts when passing through security. This service will be available on Friday, Dec. 20 and Monday, Dec. 23 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. post-security at the B Checkpoint and near the West Information Counter in Baggage Claim on Level 1. New this year will be a self-wrapping station for those travelers flying into Phoenix. The self wrapping station will be available from 6 a.m. to midnight on Saturday, Dec. 21 and Sunday,Dec. 22, near the West Information Counter on Level 1. Visit skyharbor.com for more information. The Airport has these additional travel tips for December travel: Arrive at the Airport two hours before your flight departs. Before you leave for the airport, review the carry-on rules at tsa.gov. Check your bags for any prohibited items. Food items such as pies and cakes are permitted but may require further inspection. If travelers are not sure if a food item is considered a liquid or gel, it is best to pack the item in checked baggage or ship it to a destination in advance. For questions about security screening, visit tsa.gov or contact the TSA at: 866-289-9673 or TSA-ContactCenter@dhs.gov. For updated information on parking availability, visit skyharbor.com/FindASpot on your desktop computer or skyharbor.com on your mobile device. Phoenix Sky Harbor also has a 24-hour parking hotline: 602-273-4545. If you’re using the PHX Sky Train 44th Street or East Economy stations, free Early Bag Check is offered for US Airways and Southwest Airlines customers. Sky Harbor now offers free water bottle refilling stations post-security. Simply bring an empty water bottle and fill it once you pass through the security checkpoint. Media Contact: Sky Harbor Public Information Office Text or Page: 602-673-5355


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