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7 THIS WEEK IN

The Neighborhood

9 THIS WEEK OUT

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11 CURRENTS » HEALTH

No Food Stress! The Power of Thankfulness

17 THE TALK

Talkin’ Turkey

19 GET OUT

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21 OVER THE PRICKETT FENCE I’m, Like,…Soooo Bored

22 CLASSIFIEDS

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THIS WEEK

IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD THURSDAY 11.21

COMMUNITY

Made by Hand

1 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

A gathering place for those wishing to knit, crochet, tat, macrame or work with fiber. Bring your projects, books, patterns, accomplishments and knowledge to share with others.

SCHOOL

Diamond Canyon: Book Fair Through Friday, Nov. 22 Diamond Canyon School 40004 North Liberty Bell Way 623-445-8000

BCHS: Active Parenting of Teens 6:30—8:30 p.m. Boulder Creek High School 40404 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 623-445-8600

Workshop to help parents raise responsible children who are able to resist negative peer pressure. For parents of children ages 12-18.

BCHS: Talent Show

7 p.m. Boulder Creek High School 40404 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-621-3400 $7

Public welcome.

FRIDAY 11.22

Photos with Santa.

COMMUNITY

SCHOOL

9 a.m.—4:30 p.m. Through Sunday, Nov. 24 North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

North Valley Christian Academy 42101 North 41st Drive Phoenix 623-551-3454

Used Book and Media Sale

Book, audio books, CDs and DVDs for sale. Public welcome. Benefits the library.

Hands Across Anthem Charity Tournament and Dinner

11:30 a.m. Anthem Country Club 2708 West Anthem Club Drive $125/Golf and Dinner; $35-$45/Dinner only

Golf starts at 1 p.m. Dinner and silent auction at 5 p.m. At Ironwood.

DINING

7:30—9:30 p.m. Elevate Coffee Company 2530 West Happy Valley Road 602-341-5480

10 a.m.—6 p.m. Through Sunday, Nov. 24 The Shops at Norterra 2550 West Happy Valley Road 623-582-9599

More than 40 vendors with arts and crafts for sale.

DINING

Live Music

SCHOOL

ENTERTAINMENT

Golden Go Getters Activity Night 6—8 p.m. Anthem Community Center 41130 North Freedom Way 623-879-3011

Games including poker. Bring a snack to share. Coffee provided. For ages 50 and up.

Hangout at the Gallery

7—9 p.m. Fellowship Church 39905 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 480-375-1246 Free admission

Live music, shopping, food and drinks at the Art Gallery.

All day Through Tuesday, Dec. 24 Outlets at Anthem 4250 West Anthem Way 623-465-9500

Briar Patch Marketplace

Colour Blind performs.

Mrs. Lincoln performs.

Santa’s House

SATURDAY 11.23

COMMUNITY

7:30—9:30 p.m. Elevate Coffee Company 2530 West Happy Valley Road 602-341-5480

Live Music

KIDS

NVCA: Family Thanksgiving Lunch

BGHS: Wrestling Black and Gold In-House Tournament 9 a.m. Barry Goldwater High School 2820 West Rose Garden Lane 623-445-3000

SUNDAY 11.24

COMMUNITY

Anthem Farmers Market

9 a.m.—1 p.m. Anthem Community Park 41703 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 623-848-1234

Local producers of organic and seasonal crops. Ranchers with grass-fed beef, pork, lamb and goat. Fresh eggs, cheeses, butters, jams, jellies, pickles, tamales and sauces. Freshly baked breads and pastries. Upper section of the park by the Veteran’s Memorial.

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Community Blood Drive

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BGHS: Girls’ Basketball Deer Valley Thanksgiving Tournament Deer Valley High School 18424 North 51st Avenue 623-445-3000

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TUESDAY 11.26

Story Time for Preschoolers

9:15 & 11 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

Stories, rhymes, music and movement. Ages 3-6.

Teen Book Discussion

4 p.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

Share your favorites. Snacks provided. Ages 12-18.

SCHOOL

BGHS: Boys’ Basketball Paradise Valley Invitational Paradise Valley High School 18401 North 32nd Street 623-445-3000

BGHS: Girls’ Basketball Deer Valley Thanksgiving Tournament Deer Valley High School 18424 North 51st Avenue 623-445-3000

SDOHS: Boys’ Basketball Paradise Valley Invitational Paradise Valley High School 3950 East Bell Road 623-445-7100

DVUSD: Governing Board Meeting 7—8 p.m. Deer Valley Unified School District 20402 North 15th Avenue 623-445-5000

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KIDS

Time for Twos

9:15 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

Stories, songs. 18-36 months.

Baby Time

11 a.m. North Valley Regional Library 40410 North Gavilan Peak Parkway 602-652-3000

Books, lap-sit songs, rhymes, puppets, music, shakers. Birth-18 months.

SCHOOL

BGHS: Boys’ Basketball Paradise Valley Invitational Paradise Valley High School 18401 North 32nd Street 623-445-3000

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THURSDAY 11.21

ENTERTAINMENT ‘The Mountaintop’

7:30 p.m. Through Sunday, Dec. 1 Herberger Theater Center 222 East Monroe Street, Phoenix 602-252-8497 $49-$72

Reimagining of the events on the eve of Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. Contains mature language.

‘White Christmas’

7:30 p.m. Through Tuesday, Dec. 24 Phoenix Theatre 100 East McDowell Road, Phoenix 602-254-2151 $30-$80

Based on the holiday classic story of two World War II veterans with a successful song-and-dance act. Features 17 Irving Berlin songs.

HEALTH

Fall Fitness Hike

8—10 a.m. Cave Creek Regional Park 37019 North Lava Lane, Cave Creek $6/Vehicle

Moderate, steady pace based on the fitness level of participants. Hike a different part of the park each week. Meet at the nature center.

FRIDAY 11.22

BUSINESS

Captain Mark Kelly and Gabrielle Gifford: Endeavor to Succeed

8 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 $59-$89

Kelly shows audiences how to accomplish their mission while maintaining the love and devotion to family that is the foundation of true success. Benefits Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona.

COMMUNITY

Carefree Farmer’s Market

9 a.m.—1 p.m. Carefree Desert Gardens Amphitheater 101 Easy Street, Carefree 623-848-1234

Demonstrations by chefs from Valley restaurants.

DINING

Thelda’s Community Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Deer Valley Airport Restaurant Phoenix-Deer Valley Municipal Airport 702 W. Deer Valley Road, Phoenix 602-262-6011 $4.99

Meet with Thelda Williams, Phoenix City Councilwoman. Speaker: Judge Clancy Jayne. Topic: orders of protection, injunctions against harassment and harassment in the work force.

ENTERTAINMENT

Hidden in the Hills Studio Tour 10 a.m.—5 p.m. Through Sunday, Dec. 1 480-575-6624

Shostakovich’s First Violin Concerto

11 a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Through Saturday, Nov. 23 Symphony Hall 225 East Adams Street, Phoenix 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 $18-$79

Classical music.

‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’

7:30 p.m. Through Sunday, Nov. 24 Cactus Shadows Fine Arts Center 33606 North 60th Street, Scottsdale 480-488-1981 $11-$32

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s biblical story of Joseph, who is loved by his father, despised by his brothers, sold into slavery and given up for dead... and that’s just in the first 10 minutes of the show.

OUTDOORS Archery 101

Noon—1:30 p.m. & 2—3:30 p.m. Lake Pleasant Regional Park 41835 North Castle Hot Springs Road Morristown 602-372-7460, Ext. 202 $6/Vehicle

Learn to shoot a recurve, compound and cross bow.

Self-guided tour of 46 studios and 167 working artists throughout the towns of Cave Creek, Carefree and North Scottsdale. View map at Sonoranartsleague.org/hidden.php. [See below.]

SATURDAY 11.23

ENTERTAINMENT

Jeffrey Siegel: Music for the Young and Young at Heart 11 a.m.

More than 160 artists featured at the 17th annual Hidden in the Hills Artist Studio Tour and Sale. Eight returning artists join nearly 40 new exhibitors. Friday–Sunday, Nov. 22–24, and Nov 29– Dec. 1. Info Sonoranartsleague.org/hidden.php. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |

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Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 $19

Compositions such as “The Flight of the Bumblebee,” “Cat and the Mouse” and Mozart’s variations on “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star.”

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8 p.m. Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 7380 East 2nd Street, Scottsdale 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 $35-$69

Jazz pianist.

SUNDAY 11.24

ENTERTAINMENT

The Remarkable Farkle McBride 2:30 p.m. Symphony Hall 225 East Adams Street, Phoenix 480-994-ARTS, Ext. 2 $11-$19

Orchestral adaptation of actor John Lithgow’s children’s book.

An Irish Christmas in America 4 & 7 p.m. Musical Instrument Museum 4725 East Mayo Boulevard, Phoenix 480-478-6000 $34.50-$38.50

Irish musicians, singers and dancers.

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Whether it’s the pressure of cooking the pictureperfect meal or fear of overeating, food-related anxiety can crimp your holidays. We asked five pros for tips on surviving the feasting. By Amanda Niemerg aniemerg@anthemnews.com

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ieters, diabetics, vegetarians, cooks… The days leading up to the annual feast can put chefs and diners in a panic. Maybe you’re cooking for a lactose-intolerant uncle or a nut-free niece. Or, you finally got your cholesterol back to planet Earth. Or, the biggie—will the mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie push you off the weight-loss wagon?

Don’t Sweat the Scale The average person will gain just about one pound over the holidays. “It’s usually because the foods we are eating are more caloric and we tend to eat more frequently,” said Sarah Jones, Mountainside Sarah Jones Fitness nutrition

counselor. “Some key things to remember are tuning into your hunger cues (mindful eating), focusing on the company of friends and family (and less on the food), and increasing (or at least maintaining) your physical activity level,” she said. And when guests arrive bearing edible gifts, “Just know it was made with care and love and intention. Look at it as a gift. Don’t look at it as a guilty pleasure.”

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Stressing about holiday eating won’t get you anywhere. Chef Sara Siso suggests eating healthy, Sara Siso organic foods so you don’t have to worry about indulging. “It’s about making the right choices so you can eat as much as you want,” she said. Siso would know; she owns Chef Sara’s Raw Vegan Academy THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |

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Notch Down Carbs and Portions In&Out contributor

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THE POWER OF THANKFULNESS

Lourdes Morris, right, was able to transform her grief into something positive; an especially challenging task during the holidays.

Living in the now—grateful for the little things— can bring light from misery. By Dianne Ryan dryan@anthemnews.com

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ere come the holidays, emotionally charged and stressful. You are not alone in wondering how you will get through the season in peace and joy. “Thanksgiving is just the beginning of the holiday season, and the intensity surrounding the holidays can serve to be overstimulating and overwhelming to many individuals,” said Cynthia Spencer of Daisy Mountain Family Therapy. “Excitement and anticipation—especially for children— can ramp up their energy levels and cause behavioral issues and stress.” Spencer recommends prioritizing what is important and not packing in too many things. “Don’t try to do too

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much, spend your time doing quality family activities. The true heart of the Thanksgiving holiday is the ability to share time with your family and to be mindful of what you have to be grateful for.” Julie Caldwell, an family therapist in Anthem, said “Holidays are often the anniversary or reminder of difficult life experiences. It can be a time of high stress and high—sometimes unrealistic—expectations.” Her advice to those saddened by their memories is to keep “reminding ourselves of what we do have, even if you have to start small like, ‘I’m thankful for this sunny day.’” Look for things to add to your list and soon you’ll notice a change. “This string of thinking uplifts you and changes your mindset. Focusing on gratitude helps us to feel joy, which


creates hope and allows us to live out of an attitude of abundance,” Caldwell said. Caldwell also recommends handling sad memories by making new ones like Lourdes Morris of Phoenix. Lourdes lost her 18-yearold son Saulo to cancer. Instead of succumbing to the pain of her loss, she began a new tradition to recall his memory in a positive light. She hosted get-togethers at various venues on the monthly anniversary of his passing for one year. Then she worked with his friends to form an outreach group: Team Saulo visits hospitals on the holidays, giving out meals and toys and participates in Relay for Life. Lourdes reminds people to avoid visiting the past and instead, to live in the moment. Scott Ingegneri, senior pastor of Grace North church in Anthem, said it’s important to understand the power of what we say—the power of words. He suggests, “Be honest, transparent. Open up to someone. Ask people how they are, and how you can help.” There is great power in acknowledging and giving thanks for what we have. Our perception is a key factor in being truly thankful. “Perspective is everything!” Ingegneri said. “Perspective changes everything and it creates gratefulness. If you’re not grateful, you’re miserable. Thanksgiving really is where the miraculous flows. Jesus gives thanks to the Father and feeds thousands of people. And so it opens the miraculous; it’s a principle.” io Angela D’Angelo contributed to this story.

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o one knows for sure the exact date in 1621 when the newly arrived Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn meal that would be known as America’s first Thanksgiving. But it would take 242 years for that day to inspire the annual, American celebration we now love. It took the fortunes of a terrible Civil War, a spunky editor of American Ladies’ Magazine and a beleaguered, war-weary president to come together in 1863 to start this great American tradition. September 1863 began with the forces of the Union Army completing a summer of great battlefield victories. The most important of those victories occurred on July 1, 2 and 3 around the small farming community of Gettysburg, PA. After three days of fighting, best estimates showed the Union Army and the Army of Virginia had suffered between 45,000–51,000 casualties total, including 3,155

Union soldiers and an estimated 4,708 Confederate soldiers killed in action. The Union still stood and Gettysburg would prove to be the turning point of that terrible American Civil War. September 1863 found President Abraham Lincoln preparing to speak at the soon-to-be dedicated National Cemetery at Gettysburg. Sarah Josepha Hale had been lobbying President Lincoln since the beginning of his presidency, to declare an annual national day of thanksgiving. On Sept. 28. 1863, Ms. Hale once again urged the president to declare that the “day of our annual Thanksgiving (be) made a National and fixed Union Festival.” This time Lincoln agreed with Hale and on Oct. 3, Lincoln issued a Proclamation of Thanksgiving to his fellow citizens “to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise….” Lincoln traveled to Gettysburg on Nov. 19 to deliver the impassioned Gettysburg Address. A week later, on Nov. 26, the fourth Thursday of the THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2013 |

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reluctantly signed a bill returning Thanksgiving to the fourth Thursday. So as you pause in thanks this year, remember those who came before to make this day a special American holiday. It was the Plymouth colonists and the Wampanoag Indians who first gathered, but it was the unrelenting efforts of Sarah Josepha Hale and the proclamation of Abraham Lincoln that engenders us each fourth Thursday of November to celebrate America’s Thanksgiving Day. io

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Single-family detatched homes listed for lease on the MLS Week ending 11/11 Anthem Country Club Anthem Parkside Sonoran Foothills Tramonto Amber Hills Carefree Crossing

Active & Pending 23 17 10 12 3 6

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NOTE: Selling price of individual homes influenced by the quality of upgrades, lot location and overall condition of the property.

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