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Building Redesigns, Plus Bruschetta, Pizza, Ice Cream, Tacos, and Wines By Monica Sifert. Postino WineCafe isn’t just about food and drink. It’s about atmosphere and connection. It’s about hanging out with awesome, genuine people. It’s about community and, yes, it’s about the most incredible wine and bruschetta. And it’s also more sustainable than you might…

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A Natural Response to Illness By Max Lancaster Winter has arrived, which means cold and flu season is here and parents are doing everything they can to ensure their children don’t get sick. Despite our best efforts, illness is an unfortunate reality of life and is often accompanied by a fear-invoking fever. At some point,…

The post Understanding Children’s Fevers appeared first on Green Living.

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By Pete Keller. The holidays may be the most wonderful time of year, but they’re also the most wasteful. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, Americans generate 25 percent more waste than average. The parties, decorations, gift-giving, and travel generate almost 1,000 pounds of trash per household. The good news is that Arizonans can do…

The post Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – Resolve to be a Better Recycler in 2019 appeared first on Green Living.

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By David M. Brown. The promise of enlightenment comes with every New Year. In partial progress toward that goal, consider the green and lifestyle benefits of solar tubes, also known as tubular skylights. Solar tubes allow homeowners and businesses to economically bring natural light into a dark room, especially when windows or traditional skylights are…

The post A Green Light For The New Year, Bring the Light of the Sun Inside appeared first on Green Living.

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By C. Haire. When you think of a hybrid car, the Toyota Prius might come to mind. Introduced in 1997, Toyota has sold about 4 million units thus far. The reliability is proven and the price is reasonable, starting at about $24K. We obtained a fresh 2018 model — the upgraded Touring version, loaded with…

The post 2018 Toyota Prius Touring, Hybrid Continues to Deliver Great Fuel Economy appeared first on Green Living.

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By Tyler Hurst. Lisa Khnanisho, co-founder of four restaurants and the co-owner of three, doesn’t cook. But Khnanisho figured out a long time that restaurants were about far more than that. “I don’t even like to cook. My husband cooks really well. Our strength comes from the fact that we understand customer service. You could…

The post Tryst Café Serves Up Customer Service, Organic Comfort Food for Everyone appeared first on Green Living.

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By Rob Myers. The PGA TOUR’s Waste Management Phoenix Open is recognized internationally as being one of the largest Zero Waste events in the world. Since 2013, all tournament waste – more than 6.4 million pounds – has either been recycled, composted, donated, reused or used to create energy. Vendors, sponsors and attendees are at…

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A photographic exhibit by Ed Lowry By Jill Bernstein, Executive Director, Keep Arizona Beautiful Take a hike below the rim: Every year, the Grand Canyon draws millions of visitors from around the world, eager to experience this extraordinary natural wonder. Yet, many of these visitors never venture far off the canyon’s rim. While the views…

The post Below the Rim: The Colors of the Canyon appeared first on Green Living.

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It’s not about sacrifice. It’s about global awakening that’s fun, sexy and fashionable. By: Laura Madden Fashion Pioneer If you love fashion and you care about the planet, you might already know of ECOfashion pioneer Marci Zaroff, or you might remember her from our May 2015 issue. Marci is here to teach us that fashion…

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