For 15 years, In&Out Magazine has been the definitive source of “Everything that’s going on” in and out of the community. We thank you, our readers, as well as the businesses that support the magazine through advertising, for that opportunity. But with little going on, and many businesses suspending or canceling their ads during the Covid-19 crisis, we are suspending publication of the magazine and web sites for the month of May.
UPDATE 5/2/17: The target date for a soft opening has been changed from May 1 to May 8, store owner Chris Yano said today.
A new specialty store in Anthem prints custom T-shirts, hats and other apparel on demand. The Tee Shirt Shoppe, which also has a location in Indiana, has thousands of designs, or you can bring your own on a computer file.
Custom orders take 15-20 minutes, said owner Chris Yano. A soft opening was planned for May 8 and a grand opening with music and giveaways Saturday, May 13.
Help Save Our Community Small businesses are the lifeblood of our country and even more so this community. Supporting local businesses during this crisis can help keep our community economically viable. Please strongly consider supporting the businesses below, In&Out Magazine's display advertisers, as well as those in the Classifieds section of the magazine (see the full April 9 issue in PDF form). Many of these businesses have been part of the fabric of this community for two decades, not just serving our professional, service and retail needs but stepping up to support local charities, sports teams and so much more. Tip: If you know you’ll need to schedule a service, consider contacting a local business you trust and paying the standard fee for the deferred service. The links below go to their web sites.