More time at home may lead to an extra amount of creativity. If time on your hands has you thinking about projects and things you can do around-the-home, this episode of Arizona Living is perfect for you. This month we explore the wonderful world of Kathy Cano-Murillo, or better known as, the “Crafty Chica.” Arizona’s iconic artist, shares with host, Jane Monzures, the things she’s doing at home and why she thinks pandemic-aside, this is a great time to be creative!
While artists create, many musicians are using this time to explore new ways to showcase their music. Through collaborating with others using podcasts or Zoom, many have found this down-time to be therapeutic. However, for some, music is their main source of income. What happens when you can’t do shows and performances? We pose that question to Arizona-resident and international musician, Al Ortiz. Al is normally out on tour with Stevie Nicks this time of year, but for now, he’s sticking close to home. This enabled us the chance to catch up with Al to tell us about life off the road, and what the future holds for concert-goers. Did we mention he does group chats with Stevie Nicks?
What do you think of when you hear “jungalow-style”? If you guessed it has something to do with the bungalow, you would be partially-correct. The term is used to describe a mix of bringing the jungle indoors and combining it with features in your home. American Furniture Warehouse designers show you how to take this style and make it your own.
And finally, keeping everyone safe during this difficult time, can be a daunting task. HonorHealth is doing it for their patients and their employees. We take a look at some of the safety measures they have put in place to protect people utilizing their services as well as the folks who work for them.
Don’t forget you can catch all of these stories and more on “Arizona Living – Your Home Your Inspiration” hosted by Jane Monzures airing Sundays at 9 p.m. and again Tuesdays at 6 p.m. on YurView, Cox cable channel 4 in Phoenix and channel 7 in Tucson.