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Arizona’s small businesses drive significant economic growth in the state. Garin Groff’s July 15 article, “Mesa, Chandler Gilbert pace East Valley’s lead in Valley in retail recovery,” shows the East Valley is doing especially well, with spaces left vacant during the recession finally filling up with new businesses.
“Is there a criminal penalty for shooting down a drone over U.S. soil?”
Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center will break ground on a 130,000 square-foot, $62.6 million expansion on the Banner Gateway campus Jan. 22.
It didn’t take long for Xavier to get its offense going, grab momentum and easily advance in the Division I state girls volleyball tournament.
It’s August. Schools are gearing up for the return of students, and mothers everywhere are exhaling a huge sigh of exhaustion. Finally, a few hours in the day free from “I’m bored,” “I’m hungry,” and “He hit me.” Now you can focus on you.
A new gym is coming to the East Valley, promising a clean, streamlined fitness experience at a low price.
On Thursday night (June 7) about 8 or 8:30 p.m. on the walking path along the power lines between Mesquite and Elliott Roads, my precious little Chihuahua-mix, Sugar, was attacked and killed by two large, unattended dogs. They had collars and were clearly domesticated. Sugar was a sweet and lovable reddish-brown dog who loved kids.
The cookie-cutter homes that dominated the Valley landscape for decades won’t be as common in the future as the real estate market climbs out of the recession and builds new kinds of housing.
Gilbert was abuzz in 2005 when crews were supposed to break ground on Main Street Commons, an upscale mix of retail, office and residential that would be the town’s answer to the similar Kierland Commons.
In the Tempe, future inclusive leadership begins early due to a nationally recognized program ran by the city’s Diversity Office.
Before they go head-to-head against other high school students today, vying for potential job and summer internship opportunities, Gilbert High School students in Sherrie Hinton’s second-hour class discussed business ethics as part of their final preparations.
Students at Mesa Westwood High School are getting a exposure to the art of spoken word thanks to Mesa Arts Center’s hosting of “Word Becomes Flesh,” a choreopoem performance that was held at the center last week and parts of which will be shown during spark! Mesa Festival of Creativity being held at the center March 16-17.
Gilbert gave its first State of the Town address in digital form Thursday, incorporating town council members, community leaders and business owners in addition to Mayor John Lewis.
Nobody plays deadpan strait man better than Jason Bateman. Nobody plays belly laugh shocking better than Melissa McCarthy. Based on this promising mismatched duo, “Identity Thief” looked like it might be the first sidesplitting comedy of the New Year.
It was less than three years ago that Mesa’s The Gold Mine Radio station finally received its FCC license — following a 12-year effort.
Calling the governor’s revenue projections too rosy, Republican budget crafters said Tuesday they want a much smaller spending plan than she proposed last week.
In the course of just a couple days, the film industry has delivered two extremely different, but uniformly brilliant, family oriented pictures. Peter Hedges fashioned an enchanting fable with “The Odd Life of Timothy Green” earlier this week. Now “ParaNorman,” a gothic stop-motion animated feature from Chris Butler and Sam Fell, has granted families a second reason to go to the movies this weekend. Even if a child or your family doesn’t accompany you though, both of these films can provide substantial entertainment for any audience.
With a resume that includes a few roles on Broadway and several small supporting credits in film, Zoe Kazan isn’t necessarily a household name. That should all change however, with “Ruby Sparks.”
“Those Harry Potter fanatics actually want a made-up game to become an Olympic sport!”
“Savages” is a much better movie than it could have been mainly thanks to the gifted directorial talents of Oliver Stone.In the hands of somebody like Michael Bay, this easily could have been another soulless, meaningless summer blockbuster like “Bad Boys II.” Stone however, manages to tell a compelling story about a Mexican drug cartel with effective violence and characters. The film probably won’t go down as one of the preeminent outings from Oliver Stone. As an entertaining B-movie with no shortage of attractive stars though, “Savages” is ultimately a success.
Paris has long been the pioneer of the food world, but based on the popular mini-dessert trend, Arizona chefs are keeping pace quite handily with their French counterparts.
The University of Phoenix formally opened its new primary campus in Tempe Thursday, moving offices and classrooms from the Hohokam Towers in the university’s namesake city to the new John Sperling Center for Educational Innovation.
The Gilbert boys volleyball team is knocking on any wood it can find, because this is lining up a little too well.
The event is called Just For Laughs, but it will be a chance for those to show who’s really serious about the craft of comedy.
Seven students from the Design School at Arizona State University earned a silver medal at the San Francisco Flower and Garden Show, one of the largest garden shows in the country, for their urban garden design.