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MT Sinai

24210 North 68 Street
Paradise Valley, AZ
(480) 585-6060
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Pinnacle Peak Mortuary

8555 East Pinnacle Peak
Paradise Valley, AZ 85255
(480) 502-3378
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Music, comedy, festivals and more this week around town - The Detroit News

Monday, August 29, 2016

Godfather of Funk, George Clinton & the Parliament Funkadelic. They perform at 9 p.m. Friday in Campus Martius, but programming starts Thursday with a concert at Paradise Valley Beatrice Buck Park with Geri Allen at 8 p.m. Additional performances and other social events continue through Sunday at Capitol Park and Campus Martius. Visit DAYZEat Blake’s Hard Cider Co.Buy PhotoSample hard cider and more at Cider Dayze. (Photo: Todd McInturf / The Detroit News)Sample hard cider and other products from companies in Michigan and beyond. The two-day event also has food, games and live music. Noon-8 p.m. Sat. and noon-5 p.m. Sun. $30-$35, bus transportation available from Woodward Avenue Brewers in Ferndale for $5. 17985 Armada Center Road, Armada. showsTHURSDAYChubby Checker at Caesars Windsor, pop/oldies, 3 and 8 p.m. Thurs. $16 Canadian and up. 377 Riverside Drive East, Windsor. (800) 991-7777.O.A.R. with the Hunts and Stephen Kellogg at Royal Oak Music Theatre, rock, 7 p.m. Thurs. $49.75-$79.75. 318 W. Fourth, Royal Oak. (248) 399-2980.Darius Rucker with Dan + Shay and Michael Ray at DTE Energy Music Theatre, country, 7 p.m. Thurs. $25.50-$95.50. 7774 Sashabaw, Clarkston. (248) 377-0100.Darius Rucker will perform with Dan + Shay and Michael Ray at DTE Energy Music Theatre. (Photo

Franzen-Davis notices - The Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Monday, August 15, 2016

Virginia M. “Ginny” O’Hair, 76, of Paradise Valley, Montana, passed away Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, at her home with her loving family by her side. A memorial funeral service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17, at the Livingston Christian Center (1400 Mount Baldy Drive, Livingston). The service will be followed by a reception and further celebration of Ginny’s life will follow at the Christian Center’s Fellowship Hall.Arrangements are under the care of Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory. Online condolences may be shared at

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Hastings Street Blues: The economic roots that contributed to Detroit's worst summer - Crain's Detroit Business

Monday, June 19, 2017

Paradise Valley, the commercial district, covered the area approximately where Comerica Park and Ford Field are today downtown, said Detroit historian Ken Coleman. His book, Million Dollars Worth of Nerve, profiles the power-players of Paradise Valley and Black Bottom, a residential neighborhood that existed generally where Lafayette Park is now, bounded by Gratiot Avenue to the north, Congress to the south, the Grand Trunk Railroad (the present day Dequindre Cut) to the east and Brush Street to the west.Exactly where the neighborhoods started and ended is up for debate, Coleman said."It's not like these communities were codified in boundaries at City Hall. They were loose in general."Still, what's clear is that the two areas were vibrant, bustling with activity.Joe Louis co-owned a restaurant, the Brown Bomber's Chicken Shack, with Sunnie Wilson on East Vernor (it reportedly lost the legendary boxer $40,000, according to LIFE magazine).Charles Diggs, later the state's first black stat

Cody Ryan McBride - White Mountain Independent

Monday, May 01, 2017

He was born Sept. 6, 1996, in Phoenix.Cody grew up in Lakeside, having attended the Blue Ridge schools and graduated with the Blue Ridge Class of 2015.He then moved to Phoenix and was attending Paradise Valley Community College on a pole vaulting scholarship. He was planning to transfer to Arizona State University in the fall to pursue a civil engineering degree.Cody was a light to everyone around him and he was surrounded by his family and friends as he passed. He will continue to help others as he was an organ donor.He is survived by his parents, Kelly and Ruth McBride, of Show Low; sister Mattie McBride, of Queen Creek; paternal grandmother Joyce Snuttjer and her husband, Rollie, of Lincoln, Neb.; maternal grandparents Violet and Paul Hughes, of Show Low; as well as many extended family members and friends.He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, James McBride; and uncles Brett Snuttjer and Andrew Mills.A celebration of life service will be 2 p.m. Sunday, April 30, at “The Church” (Blue Ridge High School), 1200 W. White Mountain Blvd. in Lakeside.In lieu of flowers, the family has set up a scholarship fund in Cody’s honor: Blue Ridge Scholarship Fund, Cody McBride, P.O. Box 672, Lakeside, AZ 85929, Non-profit

Arizona leaders praise legacy of Phoenix philanthropist Gary Herberger, who has died at 79 -

Monday, March 13, 2017

That visit with them still remains one of the highlights for me, because being in a space that was 360-degree designed by the person who lives in that space. Every detail in that home in Paradise Valley had Gary’s design thumbprint on it.”As news of Herberger’s death spread last week, civic leaders around the Valley offered praise.Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey took to Twitter on Tuesday to praise his “immeasurable and lasting” impact on the state, and Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton, via Facebook, called him “a true giant for education, architecture and the arts.”Architect. Businessman. Philanthropist. #AZ is better thanks to Gary Herberger. His impact on @ArizonaState & #AZ is immeasurable & lasting— Doug Ducey (@dougducey) March 7, 2017In an appreciation published online by ASU, university president Michael Crow said, “Gary had an extraordinary intellect that was wide-ranging and effortlessly curious about how to design things better, how to make things better. He was totally committed to upgrading the intellectual capability of the community. His legacy here at ASU and around the Valley will be felt for generations to come.”Reach the reporter at or 602-444-4896.Read or Share this story:

Charles Diggs Sr: Black Bottom and Paradise Valley business mogul - Michronicleonline

Monday, February 20, 2017

Although he weighed only 135 pounds soaking wet, Charles C. Diggs, Sr. was a Joe Louis-like heavyweight champion on the Black Bottom and Paradise Valley business and political scene.On January 2, 1894, Diggs, the son of church leader and a school teacher, was born in Issaquena County, Mississippi, located in the Delta region on the border of Arkansas and Louisiana.Diggs trekked to Detroit and on January 2, 1921 opened a funeral home in a tiny store front located on St. Antoine Street and East Adams in the heart of Paradise Valley, and later at 1391 Mullet Street at Russell in Black Bottom. Although James H. Cole holds the distinction of being the first black businessman in Detroit to lay death victims to rest with dignity in 1919, the House of Diggs became one of the most recognized.Charles Diggs, Sr. also dabbled in related business interests. During the 1920s, blacks faced unspeakable discrimination and racism when it came to securing burial grounds. To address the inequity, in 1925, Diggs, a one-time follower of Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association, and other prominent blacks co-founded Detroit Mem