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To compensate for a lack of change at the top of the boys basketball landscape as the 2012-2013 season begins, the girls basketball world might pick up the slack.
Here's a list of East Valley high school athletes who've signed letters of intent during this early signing period. This list will be continually updated.
Know a Disney-crazy kid? Bring them to Mrs. Potts Tea Party on Oct. 23 for a singing, manners-learning, sandwich-munching, tea-sipping good time.
While representing their state at a national education summit, Mesa-based sophomores Jasmine Betancourt and Yaqub Elmi found a little inspiration as they complete their high-school years.
From left, Epimenio Negrete, Jr., Mesa High student Jasmine Betancourt, Red Mountain student Yaqub Elmi, Socorro Barragan Nieves and Esther Avila Rodriguez represented Arizona at an education summit held in New York City last weekend. [Gary Trujillo/Be A Leader Foundation]
From left, Helios Education Foundation President and CEO Paul Luna, Red Mountain High School student Yaqub Elmi, Epimenio Negrete, Jr., Esther Avila Rodriguez, Socorro Barragan Nieves, Mesa High School Jasmine Betancourt, Helios Education Foundation Founding Chairman Vince Roig and Board of Directors member Jane Roig in New York City. [Gary Trujillo/Be a Leader Foundation]
From left, Epimenio Negrete, Jr., Red Mountain student Yaqub Elmi, Esther Avila Rodriguez, Socorro Barragan Nieves and Mesa High student Jasmine Betancourt Jasmine Betancourt – Mesa High School. [Gary Trujillo/Be a Leader Foundation]
Police spokesman Steve Berry said Jasmine Montoya, 11, and Cecilia Montoya, 14, were last seen around 4 a.m. near Power Road and Main Street.
The Mesa Police Department has located two young girls who went missing together early Monday.
Seton Catholic def. Saguaro 25-20, 25-12, 25-19
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The Division I girls volleyball landscape has been dotted with dynasties ever since its inception.
Tom Green arrives at the LA Premiere of "Blue Jasmine" at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences on Wednesday, July 24, 2013, in Los Angeles.
On and off screen, it's been a bruising summer for Hollywood.
Diane Keaton. Mia Farrow. Dianne Wiest. Scarlett Johansson. Penelope Cruz.
In this film image released by Sony Pictures Classics shows, from second left, Cate Blanchette, Sally Hawkins and Andrew Dice Clay in a scene from the Woody Allen film, "Blue Jasmine."
A recent General Mills Cheerios commercial has reminded us Americans (and those in other parts of the world) that race still causes severe social and political upset in 2013. A 30-second YouTube commercial featuring a young biracial child interacting with her white mother and black father has created a cyber firestorm of racially-charged attacks: “disgusting,” “racial genocide,” “anti-white,” and “want to vomit.”
Even Madison Clarke’s mother is in admiration.
The silky petals of a fragrant pink shrub rose; the crunchy texture of a gravel path; a nook where grass rustles and a stream runs. What we smell, see, hear, touch and taste can make a garden walk a wonderful sensory experience.