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The Tempe Fire Department responded to the Marquee Theater, on Mill Avenue at the Red Mountain Loop 202, in response to teenage girls who were overcome with heat exhaustion while waiting outside for a Sunday performance.
In the town of Madison, Florida, you can find the Colin P. Kelly memorial, a striking sculpture of four angels, their wings unfurled in the wind. The memorial was dedicated in 1943 to the name and heroics of a B-17 pilot whose plane was shot down just days after Pearl Harbor.
Coconut water, maple water, even birch and cactus waters... A quick inventory of beverages in the produce section makes it clear — plant waters are rising.
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The quality of imported oil, of the olive variety, is under scrutiny after a 2010 report by the University of California, Davis Olive Center determined most “extra-virgin” olive oils fail to meet U.S. or international standards regarding the content and taste.
Today let’s consider the locust: it looks like a grasshopper, but is something scientists call “gregarious,” which means it joins up with its friends, creates swarms that together cover about a fifth of the Earth’s land mass and eats up to 423 million pounds of food a day.
Officials with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office found two dead rabbits at the Green Acre boarding facility, the same place where more than 20 dogs were found dead last month.
Papa Murphy’s offers $5 discount for water donations to aid homeless
Independence Day celebrations typically include barbecues and some involvement with fireworks, whether it is viewing a show done by professionals or launching them illegally, or, at the least, unsafely.
Ernest Hemingway lived, drank, fished and wrote in many locales around the country and the world. One of his most celebrated haunts is Key West, Florida, where the late writer's birthday is marked each July with a Hemingway look-alike contest and other festivities, some held at one of his favorite bars. But fans following the Hemingway trail will also find museums, homes and other places connected to him in Illinois, Idaho, Arkansas and Cuba. Here's a list.
Who knew local literary devotees — and those who simply enjoy a frosty beer and lively Irish revelry — throw a party to commemorate Emerald Isle author James Joyce? Celebrate his groundbreaking novel, “Ulysses,” at this seventh annual bash, which includes beer-tasting, wine and spirits, food, live Irish music by The Brazen Heads and the Irish Cultural Center Academy Band, and readings — some of them bawdy — from the salty tome.
DETAILS >> 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, June 14. Irish Cultural Center, 1106 N. Central Ave., Phoenix. $25 in advance or $35 at the gate for those who imbibe; includes 16 tokens good for food and drink. $10 at the gate for teetotaler admission; includes free soda and bottled water. (602) 258-0109 or AZirish.org.
Sundt Construction Inc. hosted its fifth annual Thirst Aid Water Drive and delivered almost 200,000 bottles of water to a local charitable organization on June 6.
Sundt Construction Inc. employees donated almost 200,000 bottles of water to St. Joseph the Worker on June 6. [Submitted photo]
Annalisa is a beautiful 1-year-old Shar-Pei with great markings and a great personality. This charming, sweet, affectionate girl loves attention from people, big and small, and is very willing to trade kisses for kisses. Annalisa enjoys snuggling with or napping next to you. She knows basic commands such as sit and takes treats very gently from your hand. She can also drink water straight from a bottle. Show Annalisa a toy box and she’ll get right to work carrying each toy into a different area of the house. Annalisa likes to fetch tennis balls, play with rope toys, and gnaw on bones. One of her favorite games is playing with a running water hose — she’ll jump into the spray, chase the water, and after the water is shut off, she’ll paw at the hose trying to get the water to reappear.
You may be shocked to learn that the United States federal government misleads you about the contents of the food you are eating, and that they even help subsidize that same harmful food. And you might be alarmed to know that this insanity is allowed to happen because large corporations are lobbying your government representatives to keep it all on the down low. Then again, I doubt that anyone is surprised by this – and yet it continues to happen.
In the northern Arizona city of Williams, restaurant patrons don't automatically get a glass of water anymore. Residents caught watering lawns or washing cars with potable water can be fined. Businesses are hauling water from outside town to fill swimming pools, and building permits have been put on hold because there isn't enough water to accommodate development.
Hoping to get your hands on a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle 23-year-old bourbon? Hope on. The wildly popular ultra-premium bourbon is legendarily difficult to find and when it is spotted — there's even a Pappy Tracker app for that — it's quickly sold out.
NEW YORK — As the air gets warmer and spring blossoms, the season of music festivals is upon us. From Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Tennessee in June to Lollapalooza in Chicago in August, music lovers across the country will soon begin to flocking to festivals, which can draw hundreds of thousands of fans.
FILE - In a Sunday, Aug. 4, 2013 file photo, a Lollapalooza balloon floats between stages at the Lollapalooza Festival in Chicago. The 2014 season of music festivals is upon us. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and spend a bundle, on everything from tickets to accommodations to bottles of water. But with a little foresight, it’s easy to cut down on excess spending and enjoy the music and excitement without breaking the bank. (AP Photo/Scott Eisen, File)
FILE - In this June 16, 2013 file photo, Alex Ebert of Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros performs on Day 4 of the 2013 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. The 2014 season of music festivals is upon us. It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and spend a bundle, on everything from tickets to accommodations to bottles of water. But with a little foresight, it’s easy to cut down on excess spending and enjoy the music and excitement without breaking the bank. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File)
As the weather gets warmer, I cook lighter. And in The Husband's taxonomy of food, crabcakes are relatively light. So I thought I'd employ of couple of seasonal stars — peas and radishes — to put a spring spin on them.
NEW YORK — Summer vacationers looking for deals on hotel rooms are going to have to search a little harder.
Make a day of 98KUPD’s UFEST 2014, where you can rock out to a variety of bands including A Day To Remember, Devour the Day, Asking Alexandria, Trivium, August Burns Red, and We Came As Romans.