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With their roots firmly planted in Mesa, local rock band Mimelight is on a quest to share its music with the world. You can see them next at a benefit concert for Mesa’s Paz De Cristo shelter Dec. 10 at The Underground in Mesa.
LOS ANGELES — There's this weirdly unfounded reputation that just about everyone in Los Angeles is vegan and therefore sunbaked Angelenos only feast on the likes of kale and quinoa. Such a stereotype is antithetical to the City of Angels' unhealthy obsession with the hamburger, an ongoing between-two-buns preoccupation that's birthed hundreds of Southern California burger joints.
Brett Hundley knew when he committed to UCLA three years ago that a day like Saturday would come.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Every year about this time, millions of turkeys are fattened up so American households can chow them down. But in "Free Birds," two brave turkeys make it their mission to travel back in time and get their breed off the Thanksgiving menu.
I like prayer. I often pray, at least once a day, likely more. Our family prays each day at dinner, as we have for generations. We’ve discussed prayer over the years, that prayer is at least as powerful for those who pray as for those who are the subjects of prayer, that prayer helps us cope with those difficult times and celebrate the beauty in our lives.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — David Hall was afraid of his own son. They were getting into violent, physical fights requiring police intervention. Fearing the teen would end up in juvenile detention, Hall had his son hauled away in handcuffs and shackles to a southern New Mexico ranch for troubled youths.
What do you think? Can porn be addictive? More mental health professionals are telling us “yes it can,” and further, it can be as addictive as hard core drugs and it’s known to change the health of the brain.
To many teenagers, homecoming has become an expected part of their high school experience. But one group of Corona del Sol High School students received a special invitation to their first homecoming dance just this year.
From the day Keyshaun Boyd was old enough to draw, it was clear he inherited his father William’s interest in the arts.
Football is — among so many things — a game of attrition, which explains why many schools struggle either suddenly or gradually. That’s happening everywhere around East Valley football programs these days, seemingly with more frequency than ever (at least it feels that way).
It's been reported the last words Steve Jobs said were, "Oh wow, oh wow, oh wow."
With one last chance to get Arizona back in the game, Carson Palmer spotted open tight end Rob Housler near the New Orleans 10-yard line. He threw over Housler's head — right into the hands of rookie safety Kenny Vaccaro.
In the summer of 1787, the nation’s most influential lawyers, generals and politicians gathered in Philadelphia with a single purpose: To create a government that was ruled by the people instead of ruling them.
WASHINGTON — All summer, thousands of visitors traipse among the U.S. Capitol's many statues, which honor the nation's founders, leaders and legends.
The blink of an eye is usually involuntary. It’s ones that have purpose behind it that matter.
A statue of John Gorrie of Florida, center, inventor of the ice machine, stands next to the popular Rosa Parks, left, in Statuary Hall at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 2, 2013. A physician, scientist, and inventor, Gorrie is considered the father of refrigeration and air-conditioning; he died impoverished and virtually forgotten in 1855. Among the U.S. Capitol’s many statues which honor the nation’s founders, leaders and legends, the marble figure by scuptor C.A. Pillars, is largely overlooked by thousands of visitors who tour the Capitol daily. At right is Samuel Kirkwood who became famous as the governor of Iowa during the Civil War. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
John Gorrie of Florida, inventor of the ice machine, stands next to the popular Rosa Parks, left, in Statuary Hall at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, July 2, 2013. A physician, scientist, and inventor, Gorrie is considered the father of refrigeration and air-conditioning; he died impoverished and virtually forgotten in 1855. Among the U.S. Capitol’s many statues which honor the nation’s founders, leaders and legends, the marble figure by scuptor C.A. Pillars, is largely overlooked by thousands of visitors who tour the Capitol daily. At right is Samuel Kirkwood who became famous as the governor of Iowa during the Civil War. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)
La Ristra, a new restaurant with Spanish flare, has opened in Gilbert.
It’s a lot of fun to watch the East Valley’s best go toe-to-toe throughout the season, and there will be no shortage of those heavyweight showdowns in upcoming weeks.
Camp Tontozona - The foundation for Todd Graham's coaching career was set by a man he never met and another who came into his life at just the right time.
The Hamilton football recruiting saga from this summer involving J.T. Gray is over. Coolidge alleged recruiting against the Huskies, both districts investigated and brought their findings to the AIA Executive Board during Monday’s monthly meeting.
"You hear nothing. You see nothing. You only serve." Such are the instructions Cecil Gaines receives as he embarks on his daunting new job at the Eisenhower White House in "Lee Daniels' The Butler."
Nearly 300 people gathered Sunday night to remember a teenager killed in an accident in San Tan Valley Saturday evening.
"Live in the moment." It's a pat piece of advice we all get at some point in our lives, usually when we're being anxious or obsessive about something we can't control.
On and off screen, it's been a bruising summer for Hollywood.