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Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack.
This year’s Gilbert mayoral election pits current mayor John Lewis against former mayor Steve Berman again, in a rematch of the 2009
Oliver Stone gave audiences one of the most infamous drug lords to grace the screen with the contemporary remake of “Scarface” in 1983. Thirty years later, Stone has returned to the drug arena but in a far less remarkable fashion with “Savages.” In fact, “Savages” is not only plagued by a lousy script and ghastly performances, it is one of the dullest action films to open this year.
Why is it that some people want to end the consumption of meat and dairy? Who would eat and drink these products if we don’t? Someone has to. As for those cows, well, they HAVE to be milked. There is no one else who can do it (you think they are smart enough to milk themselves, yes? No?).
At a time of unusually dismal attitudes toward politics and government, an unusual number of opponents are poised to challenge Mesa’s incumbent mayor and three City Council members this fall.
Opus Field at on Brophy's campus can be a bit of a mirage.
Sustainability, medical, mechanical engineering and military problems don’t have to be solved solely by private corporations or government agencies.
“According to Rep. Terri Proud, R-Tucson, poor women who are without money and are pregnant, better not expect help from any religious group. More than likely she is against Planned Parenthood too. Wake up Terri, you are losing the votes from women.”
Fixing electronic devices is big business in the Valley, and around the country.
Urban Legend’s Pizzaworks serves more than a great slice of pizza. The Gilbert restaurant also serves the local community by creating the town’s newest hangout and simultaneously funding a youth center.
If you could step inside a kaleidoscope, it might look and feel something like Mirazozo.
Emily Lenz, 10, from Chandler’s Basha Elementary was selected through a public online vote as the winner of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona 2012 Walk On! Kids’ Cooking Contest with her recipe, “Em’s Broccoli.”
When Gabe Urias turns 51 on Jan. 14, he’ll be marking his birthday in a way that many of us wouldn’t try at age 31.
A federal appeals court has slapped down efforts by home builders to overturn a decision that two stretches of the Santa Cruz River are legally “navigable.”
The Centennial girls basketball squad used a stingy trap defense to keep La Joya out of the point and make work to find the open shooter.