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Ne-Yo seen at Fame and Philanthropy's Celebrates the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 2, 2014 at The Vineyard Beverly Hills in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Arnold Turner/Invision/AP)
For years Cathi Herrod and her Center for Arizona Policy have flexed their political muscles and pushed through legislation that represented what she calls “fundamental principles,” often those espoused in the Bible.
Train enthusiasts have an opportunity to learn about the history of Arizona railways as the Arizona Railway Museum will celebrate its 30th anniversary on March 1 at Tumbleweed Park in Chandler.
The decision by Republican lawmakers approve a decision on a measure billed as promoting religious freedom is forcing Gov. Jan Brewer to choose between her desire to promote the state's economy and her own strong religious beliefs.
Mesa will receive free sterilization for homeless cats living in two zip codes — 85201 and 85204. The Spay Neuter Hotline will be scheduling appointments, giving out humane traps and aiding in the process. The money for the program comes from a grant given out by PetSmart Charities.
Listen to live music while browsing a selection of hand-crafted bowls, pots, mugs, necklaces, platters and vases made by local artists and students, during this annual charity sale, Feb. 22 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the courtyard at Tempe Library Complex.
The Chandler Horizon Rotary Club will host the annual million dollar hole-in-one shootout.
Teens of all ages are invited to attend Teen Maze, an interactive game of choices and consequences at Fiesta Mall in Mesa on Feb. 28 and March 1.
ATLANTA — Actress LisaRaye McCoy has heard of some of the harsh reviews of her VH1 romantic comedy series, "Single Ladies," that call the show's script and acting subpar. But McCoy says numbers speak louder than words.
This image released by VH1 shows LeToya Luckett, left, and Black-Charity Shea from the series "Single Ladies," airing Mondays at 9p.m. EST. The hour-long series about three very fashionable women who are best friends dealing with the trials of dating and relationships. (AP Photo/VH1)
High school students tour the United Food Bank warehouse. Donations to Mesa United Way's Community Chest help support the food bank and 27 other local charities.
Advertisers played it safe in Super Bowl ads this year.
Isabel Duran has lived in her Chandler home near Arizona Avenue and Pecos road for more than 42 years.
Desert Schools Federal Credit Union is in the midst of a celebration of its 75th year and has launched a contest where people can pick one of six charities to receive $30,000. Desert Schools, which has branches in Chandler, Mesa, Tempe and Ahwatukee, has started its Shine On campaign that has six charities in the running to win a $30,000 grand prize. The six groups — Assistance League of Phoenix, Kitchen on the Street, Anti-Defamation League, MentorKids USA, Free Arts for Abused Children of Arizona and HALO Animal Rescue — have already received $7,500 a piece for making it to this point.
When the Mesa Family YMCA opened its thrift store last fall, manager Georgie Campanozzi’s first customer was a homeless man who needed shoes and a shirt. He found both, which he proceeded to put on immediately and tuck his old shoes into a backpack that he’d gotten earlier from the Salvation Army in Mesa.
A couple of thieves broke into a tattoo shop in Chandler and stole more than equipment.
Last February we told you about a very cool Kickstarter project for a film documenting real people who have been inspired by Batman to triumph over adversity and live heroically in their everyday lives. Last Sunday afternoon the Amazing Arizona Comic Con screened the finished film, Legends of the Knight, which has turned out to be as inspirational as the “caped-crusader” himself.
Mac Howell is, by all accounts, a good kid.
Exercise. Diet. Being a nicer person. Giving more to charity. Volunteering. Becoming optimistic. Don’t sweat the small stuff. All well and good as individual New Year’s resolutions go — at least until about late February when they’re long forgotten — but what about the bigger picture? For all the craziness (good and bad) that happened in 2013, there’s no reason to think much the same will happen in 2014. Some we’re wishing for to happen again. Some not so much. But the goal is to always leave one year slightly better off than the one before, so here’s Varsity Xtra’s New Year wish list. We don’t ask for much, just these. [compiled by Mark Heller/Tribune]:
After six years of trying to get pregnant and one miscarriage, Kellie and Andrew Burkhart welcomed little Andrew to the world in 2006.
Arizonans looking for ways to divert some of what they owe the state to other causes have a new option this year: foster care.
Leon Ceniceros complained last week in the (Dec. 8) Inbox. He said that the Catholic, Mormon, Evangelical and other Protestant churches advocate unrestricted illegal immigration.
Thorobred Chevrolet in Chandler is providing free photos with Santa up through Christmas Eve while collecting items for area charities.