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Geoff Med School – Pt. 1

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Geoff Notkin gets fast-tracked by Dr. Teresa Wu in the Center for Simulation and Innovation at University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix. Our intrepid host tries his hand at ultrasound guidance and intubation working with high fidelity mannequins as simulated patients.

Fair Trade Cafe

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Fair Trade Cafe and Gallery is a locally owned cafe committed to providing certified fair trade, organic, and shade grown coffee to the Valley. All of the coffees are locally roasted, not only for taste, but also to bring money back into the Greater Phoenix community. Coffee with a conscience.

All the coffee and tea brewed at Fair Trade Cafe is certified fair trade and organic, meaning that the farmers are ensured fair living wages for their products and work under safe conditions. The owners strive to buy all of their products from local vendors. The coffee is roasted in Goodyear and the tea comes from the Scottsdale based China Mist. All cups, napkins and lids are from recycled materials.  

To learn more, please visit www.azfairtrade.com

Winning Landscape Design

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

When you’re one of the best landscape designers in Arizona, people tend to notice. Pete Cure takes a look at the people who won top honors from the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association. Their designs are like them: unique and eye-catching.

The first backyard Pete shows us is a showstopper in Paradise Valley. Donna Winters from Enchanted Garden Landscape tore down everything in the yard and built it back up. From a stunning man-made waterfall built into the surrounding mountain to the spectacular pool. This backyard defines luxury.

We also take you to Singh Farms to learn about compost.

Fiestas Patrias Review

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Su Vida takes a look at the Fiestas Patrias celebration at Rawhide on September 13th & 14th, featuring music, entertainment, traditions of Hispanic culture, and lots of family fun. Interview with Michael Kowakoski from Cesar Chavez Foundation.

Spectacular Views

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

When you’re one of the best landscape designers in Arizona, people tend to notice. Pete Cure takes a look at the people who won top honors from the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association. Their designs are like them: unique and eye-catching.

Pete will show off a design by Duo Design Group. They took a small courtyard area off a master bedroom and created a tranquil spot with sweeping views of Camelback Mountain. 

Plus, do you have rabbits in your yard? We’ll answer a viewer email about how to take care of this problem that’s not so ‘adorable’. (Especially, if they’re eating your plants)

Genomics

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Geoff and Bekah investigate the Institute of Molecular Medicine to see how Dr. Robert Arceci is trying to help children with cancer at Phoenix Children’s Hospital and around the world by breaking down genetic codes to create new treatments for serious diseases.

La Purisima

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

La Purisima is a longtime bakery for pastries, cakes, and cookies with Mexican items like pan dulce and tortillas. JR and Vanessa take a tour and see how the tasty treats are made from scratch. 

ACU vs Air Force JV HL

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Arizona Christian University Firestorm take on Air Force Academy JV Falcons on September 20, 2014 (Highlights)

Geoff Med School – Pt. 2

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Geoff continues his quest to learn more about recent medical advances by working with Dr. Teresa Wu to treat simulated patients at the Center for Simulation and Innovation at the University of Arizona College of Medicine in Phoenix. Resuscitating a patient, delivering a baby, and exploring a synthetic cadaver are part of the fun.

Stunning Pool

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

When you’re one of the best landscape designers in Arizona, people tend to notice. Pete Cure takes a look at the people who won top honors from the Arizona Landscape Contractors Association. Their designs are like them: unique and eye-catching. 

Pete shows us is a showstopper in Paradise Valley. Donna Winters from Enchanted Garden Landscape tore down everything in the yard and built it back up. Wait ’till you see the view from this stunning pool. This backyard defines luxury.

Fiestas Patrias Food

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Great food was a big part of the Fiestas Patrias celebration at Rawhide. Su Vida takes a look at some of the delicious food at the Fiestas Patrias celebration on September 13th & 14th. Matt Lock from Mega 104.3 FM tastes the fabulous taquitos.

MindCrowd

Posted on: September 21st, 2014 by xmlrpc

Geoff explores labs at TGen to inquire about MindCrowd — a research project designed to learn more about Alzheimer’s disease by finding out how the brain functions and how genetics might influence memory. The research is the brain child of Dr. Matt Huentelman and hopes to attract a million test subjects online.