Su Vida

Su Vida

Su Vida explores restaurants, music, art & culture – all with a Hispanic twist. Su Vida takes you on an odyssey of fun things to do and places to go.

We're kicking off a new season of Su Vida from the Cardinals training camp. Arizona Outback Adventures shows us fun and safety on the water. Su Vida visits the National Council La Raza Expo in Phoenix. Tiny homes in one Arizona town...
Su Vida this week is about Latin Sports and the ability to inspire everyone to stay in shape and have fun. JR and Vanessa visit Krazy Air Trampoline Park (Mesa) to experience a fun and unique way to get...
JR and Vanessa show us some great options to keep the kids entertained in the summer. We visit the Children's Museum of Phoenix, the Halle Heart Children's Museum, a railroad park and Enchanted Island. Global Ties Arizona brings investigative journalists...
By Kaye Robinson School is out and summer is in! On that last day of school my friends and I would walk home and make our plans for the summer. Growing up in Phoenix, 60 years ago, in the shadow of...
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. From the young child who saves up their allowance and donates it to a homeless shelter to the volunteers at a soup kitchen. We all have the ability to be a hero. There...
The day started out as a typical day. I was running errands and decided I needed some caffeine to keep me motivated, so I stopped at the first place with a drive through. I placed my order and waited,...
By Shana Fischer It's the age old question that has divided households, caused friendships to fray, and frustrated many a hungry person: where should we eat? The Phoenix-Metro area used to be a landscape of fast food joints and the typical...
On Sunday, July 24th 2016, seven-year-old Dylan was thrown from a boat and struck by the propeller. He sustained multiple critical injuries. His recovery has been remarkable, however, he has a long way to go. Sanderson Ford donated a...
For the third year in a row, Pita Jungle will host an “Empty Bowls” event. Guests can purchase hand-crafted clay bowls created by local artisans during the holiday season to benefit Waste Not, a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit that has...
ICAN is a free, family-centered youth service providing a full complement of programs proven effective in equipping youth to achieve personal and academic success by tackling substance abuse, gang involvement and juvenile delinquency.