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.
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All individuals in the state “shall limit time away from their place of residence” except to conduct essential activities, for employment, to volunteer or participate in essential functions, and other necessary functions.
Nine Arizona mayors, including those of Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff “would like to know why the Governor has not followed the recommendation of health officials.”
As Arizona’s tally of COVID-19 cases surpasses 1,000, people age 20-44 make up one of the largest groups infected, and children getting it, too.
The executive director of the Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce offers an overview of the new relief package.
Community Center, pool and Civic Building remain closed. Outdoor parks stay open.
Charities expect a lot of need now. If you can help, join us and make a donation to either of these two local organizations, Anthem Cares Through Service (ACTS) or St. Vincent de Paul. If you need help in these difficult times, we have the phone number.
The state universities remain open, with dorms and food service continuing as some students return from spring break, despite the risk of COVID-19 infections. Only one is offering refunds for students who choose not to come back.
HonorHealth is among the facilities providing testing for COVID-19, but people cannot walk in and expect to be tested. Here’s what to do if you think you might have the disease.
In any crisis, young children might hear things they’re not ready for. We sought guidance from two psychologists with knowledge of this topic.
As social distancing becomes the new norm, local businesses bear the brunt of the economic slowdown. Here’s what they’re doing, and some suggestions for what you can do.
Some people are finding opportunities amid this crisis. Here’s some practical advice.
The site includes resources for food, financial assistance, healthcare and childcare, among other help.