When Morgan Travis graduated from Northern Arizona University in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, she wanted to gain work experience in the field.
This week's Friday Flicks brings you options: a harrowing drama, a bevvy of films at the Scottsdale International Film Festival, and a "new" Orson Welles masterpiece that has debuted today on Netflix.
What we're watching this weekend:
Steve and Patti Luttrell started the Children’s Cancer Network in 2004 after their 5-year-old son, Jeff, was diagnosed with cancer. Read on to find out what they have accomplished since then and how they help other Arizona families faced with pediatric cancer.
October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month and to bring attention to this important issue, we caught up with Carol Minchew, a volunteer with Sojourner Center, a Phoenix-based domestic violence shelter founded in 1977. “Sojourner Center has been at the forefront of providing outstanding services to victims, their children, and recently, their pets, fleeing the trauma of both physical and verbal/mental abuse,” she says. Retired from a successful interior design career that spanned 40 years, Minchew is the mother of two grown children and four “amazing” grandchildren and has been married to her second husband, Weldon, for 48 years.
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